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"shari redstone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Platforms and the global reach the industry back issues set to lead the new company said to be called Viacom C. B. S. it would combine Nickelodeon's Dora the explorer CBS news sixty minutes and comedy central's drunk history in the same corporate pantheon the two are separate wings of the red stone families media empire split by Sumner Redstone in two thousand six in an effort to unleash the profit potential of the entertainment side in Viacom instead it lags and C. B. S. flourished Sumner Redstone is now in his mid nineties his daughter Shari Redstone had to fight Sumner's former girlfriends and executives in board rooms in court rooms to ensure she in the family would retain control of the two companies cherry red stone was interviewed by the digital new site we codes Peter Kafka back in twenty seventeen one point Viacom was gonna be the the star now CBS is the star of last fall both starred both your children and I left on that got laughs but read soon made clear she wanted one happy family I think looking at the changes that were taking place in the industry the changes in in distribution to me it made sense to figure out if you put these companies together if you have content for all of these demographics is that going to be the right thing the new Viacom CBS will have to compete with bulked up competitors Disney acquired much of the entertainment properties of Rupert Murdoch's twenty first century fox including The Simpsons and the X. men eighteen T. owns cable systems Warner brothers studios CNN the Cartoon Network and more.
"shari redstone" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"If you come to record you'll find a really unique little corner of the Internet where people treat each other quite differently than they do in the typically toxic online environments that are so prominent nowadays and I. I think there's a reason for that and the reason is the basic premise of what they're doing. Their people on hit record aren't just competing for attention. They're working together with a common goal. They're they're making things together whether they're making little videos and they're making little songs little stories or the making taking folks that whatever it is that they're making together when you're relating to other people on that basis of like hey we're making something together that elicits a different kind of respect a different kind of like mutual encouragement and warmth and it's really sweet and inspiring to see and and that's the thing I'm most proud of that. We've accomplished that didn't get into how we've now become a venture backed company but that's the next chapter of the story. It is indeed I mean I guess my main question and it was funny because before the episode obviously I sent you scheduling you said about it being quite defined ended in written out and going slightly off schedule to intrigued you mentioned that incredible development Arafat record an alongside at your acting was exploded in terms of success. I guess my question is how do you define your cell from what I mean by. That is which you say that you all sized attack founder which you say that your actor. How do you define yourself in that respect given the success of both Jew lows in your life? That's very kind of you to say I guess I would consider myself first ECLECTIC. I would be sad if I had to give up any of the wide variety of things that I am fortunate enough to do and by the way I never considered myself a tech founder and we never really considered hit record a tech company until very recently we always said I don't have tech background. Jared doesn't have tech background our third CO founder founder mark his background is in architecture design were three artists really and we always said technology is not as strong suit. We have a small team of engineers who have been able to build a website in an APP based on what mark draws and that's fine whatever is. Is Adequate enough to allow us to make the art that we want to make that's good and we're not gonNA lean any further into technology than that but then after we sort of ticked all the boxes and accomplished everything that we had put on our list originally what we noticed was we're hitting a certain limit limit of how many people we can really include in these productions when we're a production company and we started thinking to ourselves what if it wasn't always us leading the productions what if anybody could come and have the tools to lead their own project we could take what we've learned as a production company leading these collaborative creative processes for all these years and build the tools to let other people lead their own projects and the ecosystem to allow other people who wanna find and get involved in projects next week and build that ecosystem but it'll take much better technology than what we have and that's when we sort of said okay. Let's embrace the tech side of ourselves and that's when I met Alex who you mentioned that's when we went up to silicon valley and pitched the idea of we want to evolve love and take this production company that we've built and built around it a larger ecosystem a larger platform for anybody to come in and lead projects the way that we've been doing it for years and we were able to raise a great series with javelins leading crossland capital came on after after them Shari Redstone Venture Fund advance it came on we had a great few angels David Rozier who who you mentioned the CO founder of masterclass Kevin Lynn the CO founder.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"And he's just one guy. What was he gonna stay with L, Sean? Yeah. Yeah. I'm just saying in general Josh Adams has had two straight games at twenty carries. And he came through with eighty five eighty four yards touchdown last week. He had did not have one last night. When I say last week I met week twelve how about this only four running backs have had more than twelve carries against the Cowboys this season. So Adams will be an interesting play this week, maybe tough because sprawls back. Probably not any work in the passing game for them. Yeah. It would appear so encouraged by Carson Wentz is kind of an up and down game for him terrible throat, the goaling. Yeah. That was bad. But otherwise, I think he's been okay or he was okay. In this game. He hasn't been okay. The previous couple of games. He made some really bad throws in this game. Missed earth's up the sideline he threw a screen pass. That was terrible any made some great throws in this game too. He's just he was inconsistent Shari Redstone the Redskins go. I mean, it's over now. Team over and they call it their uniforms are so ugly. And you just hope Adrian Peterson scores. They have the giants this week Adrian Peterson. He had his best game against the giants. You start him. That's I guess read because he's a titan who's a better start Peterson. Or Josh Adams this week Peterson Peterson? All right. Let's go to the Sunday night game. It was more fun than the Monday night game chargers. Thirty three Steelers thirty major takeaways from this one fellas. Filbert is damn good little lucky. The Keenan touchdown was just an unbelievably lucky break. But the the more lucky one was in calling false start on the Trump. Sure. Sure. And they were lucky to get offsides called in their favorite twice there at the end with the field goals. Yeah. Pretty it was a pretty good game for the chargers. I think it's a good example of what they can do. And what the look like without Melvin Gordon thought. It was interesting that rivers through thirty six passes and Mike Williams, Tyrone Williams combined for five targets tireless healthy. Do you think that Michael badgley miss that first game winning field goal because of the off sites? No because there was definitely pressure coming from his right? And then he yanked it left. But okay, we'll say, no. Then the thing about badgley. He's not. I just don't think he's that good. He's on a good team. But you know, you don't wanna lose because kicker missed field goal. He missed one. He missed two one of them called back, and then he made it, but. Spend much time on that. What else we got James Connor was good to go line? Touchdown certainly helped. But he left at the injury. That is really not running the ball. Very well, though, he hasn't. You're right in Vance McDonald seventy five percent owned mean, you just kinda shrug and say, what are you gonna do? You gotta start them. You gotta own them. Is a streamer once that I just wanted to look up rivers is third in the NFL and passer rating behind reason Mahomes, and he's just having such a great year. So I guess it's just a matter of is you're going to have to throw a lot because you know, he just doesn't throw that often. And he's got Cincinnati this week probably won't have to..
"shari redstone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Aetna CBS corporation and its controlling shareholder. National amusements are said to be possibly nearing an end to their feud before going to trial next month. We are told the two companies are weighing a resolution that would let an A I president Shari Redstone appoint new directors to the board at CBS. We check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg right now more dollar weakness with the Bloomberg dollar spot index down one tenth of one percent. Japanese yen is up two tenths of one percent. At one eleven thirty two Nikkei weaker by three tenths of one percent. In Seoul, the kospi is up three tenths of one percent. Asx two hundred is down eight tenths of one percent. Hang sang is down less than one tenth of one percent. And the Shanghai composite up one half of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than one hundred twenty journalists and analysts. This is Bloomberg. Amid trade conflicts between the US China, the EU and Canada emerging markets continue to suffer as trade pressure hurts currencies for more on EM investing. Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Ferrell spoke with Alberto Gallo, head of macro strategies, algebra's investments. The realization of a ten year long trend in American market, close reversing obviously it's it's not easy to make one group out of all the different countries. But what we have seen initially as Turkey Argentina, which are the weakest from a deficit point of view being abandoned by investors in the last few days other. Less. Fragile countries have joined the trend, for example, which faces elections next month with two populist potentially going into the ballot. You know, left wing dot and right wing Bolsonaro and help Africa as well has joined the selloff with very high exposure to commodities in China and eventually Asian economies which have been the most resilient with Chinese savings. You know, and and and less market sensitivity. Remaining a the bedrock called the Asian economies. Are starting to also be weaker to Indonesia in particular. We think is driven by the fed tightening liquidity conditions, but also by the wave of populist, which is spreading across not just developed markets. But also think about Turkey Brazil. In many countries you have. Economic proposals being promised to get electorate so bad. So if this is the beginning of a ten year unwind. It's just it's got a long way to go. I do think that we are starting to see value in some areas, but it's early to call it a bottom any m there are still many areas, which are very expensive different countries have different problems. But the the one common denominator is that the stock of debt has not gone down in the last ten years or so Turkey or South Africa. Brazil have private debt problem across companies and banks Argentina has a sovereign debt problem, very complex sovereign debt structure is the peso continues to depreciate. Right. He goes up, and and and so on so that there will be a paternity, but we're the long term average. How do you actually use foreign exchange within your ability to not lose money in bonds? So let's say you have you have three instruments to to head. I mean, you have the effects than you have local interest rates for countries with the local market, and then you have hard currency bombs now countries that have a sovereign debt problems sovereign debt overhang like Argentina are going to be particularly hurt in their hard currency markets dollar debt. He's now tweeting at between sixty and seventy cents on the dollar for countries, for example, like Turkey, which have a private debt problem a lot of private leverage across consumers banks corporates you have to think about direction, thanks of the central Bank in Turkey to currency has been hurt by outflows from investors. But the central Bank has not reacted. It also because there's so much leverage in in the economy and president does not want to figure of domestic credit crunch. So interest rates have remained low and the currency has taken most of the hit in a country like Russia where the central Bank is more independent as a munition to fighting station. Local interest rates are the ones that will go up the currency will not depreciate as much because the central Bank is fighting against the currency depreciation. We use a mix of these instruments too young. To protect ourselves. And we have had a net short position. We continue to have a net. Short position across the good news for anyone with exposure to American assets is that the dates with the United States continues to stand up. Gloss over the fact that we had a factory I Sam yesterday the printed a fourteen year high. I don't see any evidence at side of the anecdotal evidence. That gets presented to us now. And then the US economy has been hit by any of these troubles US economy is in the first round of trade wars and the first round. He's actually good for US economy because you're basically shifting demand from foreign goods to domestic goods, you get domestic companies factories to produce good stead where otherwise imported by China yet. So initially, it's good. What we need to understand is wetter to trade war gets to a global stage where you have a retaliation from China. But you know, for the for the coming month what we see is still good data. The US divergence between the US and the rest of the world the opposite of last year's, synchronized growth environment. Also, European data is not doing bad. It's actually recovered in the last few months. But obviously Europe is much more affected by EM sentiment. That was Alburto Gallo head of macro strategies, algebra's investment speaking with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Farrow.
"shari redstone" Discussed on KCRW
"Leslie Moonves continues and I feel like with hard to form, his sentence almost because if another few allegations come out against him of sexual misconduct I don't know how much more can. Be withstood the state. Of play is that Ronan Farrow published his series of. Allegations these were six women the most recent allegation was more than. Ten years old that was one and the rest were more. Than twenty years old so? I think the point of view on this is either is? It, possible to evolve is. It possible. To forgive or the. Other side would be no it is not. Possible that's misconduct he has to go the whole place is stocked with less loyalists they are trying to. Find a way to forgive or hope that they can use can be, moved past the belief is that should Leslie wound vacs be knocked from his perch. And it could happen at, any time with another allegation or a few more allegations they feel that Sherry Redstone, we'll take over and that CBS. Will, basically Implode and possibly even ceased to be accompanied with the, same you know a a legacy company possibly get swallowed up as FOX was by Disney FOX's in the process of being. Yeah and that's what's. So interesting here because there are multiple levels associated with. The scandal there's obviously the behavior and what did he or didn't. He do but there's also the motivations of everyone involved here. Because Sherry Redstone obviously has? An interest in these allegations coming out there was a piece? That, you reported this past. Week that. The CBS board members. Urged the company to investigate some allegations against. Upper management I e Leslie Moonves weeks before the Ronan Farrow piece came out so that puts in question. Whether Sherry was helping Ronan Farrow he claims that he was working on, this way in advance of all the litigation it's possible that both are true but. All of this is complicated, by the war for CBS Viacom that said I think a lot of this is going. To depend on what this investigation, brings. Up CBS's hired two, law, firms, the lead investigators from both firms are very prominent female attorneys and they. Are going, to start digging and what we've found in these other situations involving harassment claims is that once you start. Digging, you tend to dig up more and if that's the case then this could be. A very very short tenure for less going forward yeah I actually, wonder whether the investigation will ever get a chance to be, completed because he will be under a lot of pressure. It's tenuous now so I don't know that he can get there so yes there was a letter from a couple of board members asking. For less invest to be investigated in June but one of them. Was Sherry Redstone and she has two other loyalists on the board and one of them was one of her loyalists so this was a faction. On the CBS board trying it, appears to unseat Leslie moon fez now you could say well Sherry Redstone was Is. Right if you engaged. In, misconduct by all means he should be investigated but on the other hand it does seem. She little eager to get. In there and make sure that Leslie Moonves is ousted because he resisted her efforts to have him. Merge Viacom which is you know had been struggling with CBS which was not struggling Leslie Moonves, did not want to saddle CBS. And himself with Viacom's problems, and that obviously made Shari Redstone, extremely unhappy it's really remarkable Matt where. Someone, has brought so much value to a company that in normal circumstances Sherry Redstone would be protecting les Moonves says you know shield. Him with her, body because he has been of so much of. Value to, CBS but when you get to the question of control you know let's just set aside the issue of, like we can give her the benefit, of the doubt and say she was outraged by, the allegations although they are rather old so far. Or you see it as a power play and in. That regard you know I've talked, to. People at CBS somebody, told, me, today I We will all quit we will go. To other companies and we will spend the rest of our days. Trying to thwart anything Shari, Redstone tries to achieve so that's how bitter this yeah and I think it's ultimately going to come down to this investigation so let's look at these claims, and most, of them, are from the eighties and nineties there is one. Claim from two thousand six two thousand seven where a producer named Christine, Peters claims that in a meeting that she. Had with les, Moonves about becoming the president of CBS films he put his hand up her dress, and that is a key. Claim in the, story because, it's takes things that happen decades ago and puts it in a relatively recent context but. You reported this past week that a lot of, people around, Hollywood have kind of looked at that Christine Peters story and are having some questions I mean nobody wants to attack a person who allegedly, as a victim of sexual assault at certainly I don't I mean I've done a lot of two stories, and I've, been on the side of women. And all of them, with People who. Were accused of misconduct however. Christine, Peters tried for many years to establish yourself as someone with a. Real career who could be considered to run CBS films but the reality is at that. Point she was dating eighty something year-old Sumner, Redstone she has only two credits for her entire career both of which were at Paramount Pictures the studio owned by for sometime boyfriend Sumner Redstone and, honestly Sumner Redstone the fish thank from, the head it was from Sumner Redstone who treated women like objects more than anybody and was constantly trying to stow away his girlfriend's in. These jobs so insiders in Hollywood are little bit like really she was traumatized by a man even if Munoz actually had the nerve to make a. Move on, his bosses lady friend so that is one of the few things and also the. Ileana Douglas claims. That les, Moonves then tried to destroy her career, I mean a lot of people inside Hollywood people remember that incident aren't So sure that's what really happened it feels a. Little bit, like things were shaded towards the conclusion that les, Moonves says is an evil villain now I think. These women's stories for the most part do seem. Credible, and I don't think you should just walk away from that but it does feel a bit like the story held him accountable. For everything that happened in the far corners of CBS such as pop which is. A joint venture cable channel run by Lionsgate Lionsgate, does HR so if there was misconduct. Pop laying at the feet of les, Moonves to, insiders in, Hollywood feels, like okay. Bit of a stretch. I think it's it's just agony for a lot of people trying to figure out what position to take given the Sherry Redstone of it. All and the questions about what exactly happened but again if somebody else comes forward, few more women come forward as they very well might that I think will be it. Yeah and I think that's going to be. A job for the investigators you know there's a certain standard that a media outlet. Has but, a legally vetted investigation has a. Different standard I think they're Going. To get, into that right now if they have time thank, you Matt thank you that's Matt Bellamy director of. The Hollywood reporter The new coming of.
"shari redstone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Robust financial success but also being personally involved in managing the talent and being taste maker and sort of what. Shows and what films to pursue what does the article detail? About charges in the news division and we've got to say the honored show sixty minutes in its executive producer will the article bedroom and in the New Yorker makes an argument that there's a link between that and a question of past tolerance and incidents of sexual harassment. Against women within, the news, division Charlie rose famously of course was dismissed last year after allegations rose about. His behavior towards younger female colleagues but the executive producer the, much-lauded executive producer of sixty minutes Jeff Fager Himself was accused of tolerating sort of madman atmosphere at sixty minutes and there were a two. Senior producers no longer with show against whom accusations were lodged? Over the years but also that he himself at times got in a sense I think the words was Hansie at certain instances and that there was one instance in which a woman felt very uncomfortable by his behavior toward her he denies those allegations vigorously and CBS news. And CBS have, said the, don't tolerate harassment and that they have a culture there that takes such concerns. Very seriously accusations come at a really difficult time for CBS don't they Well it's captaining amid a. Fight. That's playing out in the board room in courtroom, the controlling owner of CBS's really Sherry Redstone she's the daughter, of the patriarch of it who's now a. Bit out of the picture Sumner Redstone. But, Shari Redstone, effectively through a holding company national amusements has control of CBS and of its former parent, company Viacom she's been seeking to combine them Moonves has been such a powerful figure that while chairman and. CEO he's been essentially blocking her with a board that's pretty loyalty him from, taking it over so this is a, very delicate moment for him corporately as well let's Moonves has had, a statement yes he said that he make advances in the. Past but that he always accepted the proposition that no means no and that he regretted tremendously what he did he's claimed there's no retribution CBS corporation. Although you know being in sort of moon visits thrall for the past couple of decades has said corporately it's going to investigate thoroughly and independently and that the. Directors are going to figure out what to do, once those Findings in various David Folkenflik thanks so much you bet Nineteen forty five the people of southern. New Mexico saw the flash of the first atomic bomb when, it was tested at a place called the trinity site they weren't. Warned and they weren't protected from falling sixty years later the composer John Adams premiered doctor atomic his opera about, the physicist j Robert Oppenheimer and. The, birth of Saddam but the Mexicans were largely ignored again it's finally. Changed in a new production at the Santa Fe opera here's Meghan camera. Of member station. K. UNM It's dress rehearsal at. The Santa Fe opera and Tina Cordova, is waiting for her cues we're down, Linders we're going to. Be on stage with the members of the actual cast down Wenders are people who lived near the first nuclear explosion at the. Trinity site and their descendants like Cordoba there is not a single one of us on stage. It isn't either a cancer patient. Dealing with a tumor or cancer the first bomb was tested in southern New. Mexico near towns with Hispanic and native American residents you say, they were damaged by fallout but unlike down winters in other states. They've never received compensation but then to be invited by Peter sellers to participate in this opera has been outside, of anything we could ever imagined. Director, Peter Sellars created the libretto for doctor atomic and ever since its. Premiere in two thousand five he has one Wanted to bring it here the subsequent history of. What the nuclear age has done to the world is a story that has to be told. From New Mexico And through the lives of people in this state Before the opera begins dancers from three native American, publics near Los Alamos where the bomb. Was built perform, a sacred corn dance for. Healing it's really amazing truly blessed to be here Nina Harvey is from Santa Clara. Pueblo which was polluted by activity, at Los Alamos? No one's ever come? And asked you know what what do you? Think what do you had to say about this but dancers exit and the opera begins.
"shari redstone" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Boy at the outbound to either upper. Or lower deck forty five to sixty minute delays from the cross Bronx expressway we also have now into us a. Disabled vehicle blocking the right hand lane on that outbound upper level as well, the delays all. The way back to castle hill avenue on the cross Bronx the, Lincoln tunnel we're, looking at thirty to forty five minutes on the inbound side a half hour. At least on the outbound side of the Holland tunnel thirty to forty. Five outbound getting into the city is just about a fifteen to twenty minute wait their problems on the roads in New Jersey and plenty of. Them southbound on the Garden State. Parkway and the express lanes near one sixteen we have. A disabled vehicle there that's. Blocking the, center, lane, northbound on, the Garden State A pass to exit one fifty seven there's also a broken down car that blocks the left hand lanes southbound route seventeen just past the Garden State to in Paramus there is. A disabled, vehicle that blocks the right hand lanes lot of folks breaking down and today not. A, day you want to do that because there, is a lot of rain could be some downpours out there just be careful if you're out and. About this, afternoon our next traffic update is coming up in, less than ten minutes on WCBS we've got a thunderstorm watch. For area right now and as matter of fact our weather radar showing some thunderstorms just north of the city moving. Towards Stamford through Westchester county the temperature in town right now's eighty three degrees, let's get back. To the forecast okay thunderstorm watch for the area it's a couple, of thunderstorms are, going to be moving through the area and they can produce severe winds flooding. Downpours large hail damaging winds as mentioned and tonight all of that's supposed. To blow outta here with the overnight low about seventy two degrees and for your weekend partly sunny maybe a stray shower thunderstorm tomorrow high of. Eighty six and partly cloudy nicer. Lower humidity on Sunday with a high of eighty four Monday's a sunny day. With few clouds a high of eighty four and Tuesday. And Wednesday son and mixed with clouds and the highs in the mid eighties right now mostly cloudy. Here in the city again just missing that rain to. Our north it's eighty three degrees here in Hudson square WCBS CBS news time. Three forty the CEO and chairman of CBS les. Moonves has been accused of, unwanted kissing and touching the New Yorker says the alleged sexual harassment started twenty years ago some, of the cases were, fairly? Recent in a statement. CBS says it takes allegations of. Personal. Misconduct seriously and they are. Investigating CBS suggested though that the timing of the allegations was suspicious in CBS isn't a legal dispute with majority owner Shari Redstone, now Representative for Redstone, fired back, quote the militias insinuation that miss Redstone is somehow behind the allegations of inappropriate behavior by Moonves is false and, self serving, a new study shows children raised. By gay mothers grow up to be, just, as happy as children raised by heterosexual parents the report From the national longitudinal. Lesbian family study which followed eighty four families beginning back in nineteen Eighty-six the study ended when the kids turned twenty five. Dr neck Cottrell is the lead author of the study what we did is we compared the twenty five, year old who are born to lesbian parents in our study with a population based sample of twenty five year old and we use. A standardized test to compare the, two groups on, relationships with their family members friends spouse partner as well as their educational and job performance and then we also examined. Their behavioral emotional and mental health problems and we, found no significant differences in the two groups on any of these assessments. Essentially finding Sons and daughters of lesbians who were conceived in this first generation born through donor. Insemination are just by. Dr and a Gartrell the author, of that study three forty two at..
"shari redstone" Discussed on KOMO
"At twelve thirty four, Puget Sound forecast nothing sunny and hot we're going to. Be up near near ninety today probably eighty seven or. So for a high same tomorrow a little bit warmer on Sunday ninety degrees ninety one on Monday gradually cool up the middle of next week we should be down. Into the mid and upper seventies sunny and seventy. Five, degrees now in downtown Seattle at twelve. Twenty six a forthcoming New Yorker expose is. Absolutely tanking shares of CBS CBS said it would investigate A. Claim in an as yet unpublished article in, the New Yorker that reportedly involves, les Moonves the company's chief executive CBS. Did not say what the allegations are but did say they go back several decades CBS question the timing of the story amid what it called a very public legal dispute Moonves in, the board of CBS have been battling with the Redstone family for control CBS stock has, been dropping since word of the impending, article hit Twitter. ABC's Aaron Katersky reporting former Fox News host Kimberly Gill foils reportedly facing allegations of misconduct at the network huffpost says FOX has been. Investigating claims of inappropriate behavior including misconduct Guilfoil has been dating Donald Trump junior recently announced she was leaving the network voluntarily however huff post. Says the departure was not voluntary a week after the murder of a well-known. Cardiologists Houston police seem no closer to catching the killer despite the publication of surveillance. Images showing a fairly clear picture, of the, suspect and even with an army of volunteers. Canvassing the neighborhood police have no arrests in The shooting of Dr Mark house connect the sixty five year old was riding his bike to work one week ago when another bicyclist past him and then. Stopped and fired three shots into house connects body the police chief, now says that all signs point to a random attack but to a targeted assassination Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas he Iowa mother of. Twenty year old Molly Tibbets speaking for the first time since she disappeared after going. For a jog last week ABC's Ryan burrow mother Laura called would hasn't, done, much, media since, her daughter Molly Tibbets, went missing, July eighteenth okay if this is what it takes. To get, the word out there and get Molly home, I'll do. It because you can't. Give up, hope I mean I know if if or meat. Or, machine Lally wouldn't, give up hope she says the last time she spoke with her daughter was, July eighteenth they were talking about a recipe search. Teams continue looking for Molly across, her hometown of Brooklyn Iowa authorities searched some properties Thursday but did not need a warrant because owners of the property were cooperative Ryan burrow, ABC news social media exploded, with anger over how police. Handled the murder case of eighteen year. Old nyah Wilson a black woman in Oakland California who was stabbed while waiting for a train the suspect a white man what was seen as a lack of coverage in. The aftermath of Niyaz murder led. To. Protests and outrage online more than sixty eight thousand people taking to Twitter with the hash, tag say her name celebrities urging Justice for NIA. Anne Hathaway, calling out white privilege with a post about Neo saying may she rest. In the power and peace she was denied here adding white people do. Not have equivalents for this fear of violence and that report from ABC's Linsey Davis we'll have, ABC.
"shari redstone" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And trouble on the verrazano here's Tim Feldman that's right Double-trouble the one that looks like it's just about cleared away it's the Brooklyn bound. Upper level there's another accident that looks. Like it's just cleared away one lane was blocked off still some delays but Staten Island. Bound upper level still getting word of another accident in the center lane then the delays continue on the Staten Island expressway westbound as you're getting into route for forty. In, Brooklyn eastbound bell Parkway near bay Parkway broken down vehicle there that's got a lane blocked and then those delays continue. Into queens not much. Better on the BQ e very slow northbound from the Golan is passed the Brooklyn Bridge all the way. Up to around metropolitan avenue we're getting reports of an accident there FDR that, is jammed up from the Brooklyn. Bridge all the way up into the. Nineties you've got delays down Harlem, river drive from. The RFK all the way up much better on the west side. Highway from the eighties really slow, all, the way. Up again it is, now over an hour on the westbound cross, Bronx to the WB the Degan that, is jammed up, there There as well if you're in queens Whitestone expressway northbound van Wyk slow from jewel avenue. Onto the Whitestone. Bridge in. Jersey lots going on there as well turnpike truck lanes approaching. Gospels bridge that you knew change. Thirteen broken down tractor trailer and Elaine southbound Garden State. Parkway by one fourteen in the local lanes, another accident there two lanes are, blocked off and then the delays they continue going down. To exit one zero five and ten fall so really slow as you're heading to the shore right now, next traffic update, less than ten, minutes away on WCBS. Forecast does include the severe. Thunderstorm watch until ten tonight we do, see a line of showers moving through northeastern New Jersey right now some of the rain there is heavy and some of these thunderstorms later on. They'll be another line coming through later. That could include some damaging wind and hail overnight things quiet down a bit cloudy maybe. A leftover shower a low of seventy two tomorrow warm with a mix of clouds and sun maybe a stray shower thunderstorm again tomorrow's high eighty six Sunday better with. Sunny, to partly cloudy skies no mention of any rain on Sunday lower humidity to Sunday with a high of eighty four Four seventy eight now Scott away it's Eighty-three and Newark liberty and Eighty-three here in lower Manhattan three ten. At WCBS the CEO and chairman of CBS les Moonves has been accused of, unwanted kissing and touching the New Yorker reporting the alleged sexual harassment started twenty, years ago some of the cases were more recent the article is, by reporter Ronan Farrow who also uncovered the allegations against. Harvey Weinstein in a statement CBS says it takes allegations, of personal misconduct seriously and is investigating a rep for CBS controlling shareholder. Sherry, Redstone says quote the militias insinuation that miss Redstone is somehow behind the allegations of inappropriate personal behavior by, moon vez or today's reports is false and self serving Staten Island is getting a new fire company, more on that from Peter the department's per. Squad on Staten Island will be housed. Here at Incheon one fifty four fire Commissioner.
"shari redstone" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Shares of cbs they are down more than six percent after this ruling by the delaware judge a victory for shari redstone who happens to be cbs director and president of the of her family's movie theater operator national amusements of course they're pushing for merger with cbs and national amusements controls viacom here to tell us more about at all as paul sweeney director north american research for bloomberg intelligence and internet and media analyst for bloomberg intelligence paul is this the the conclusion de believe of leslie moonves his career at cbs well it it certainly could be i think we still have probably six months of litigation back and forth between the you know the all the parties here but this was a big blow for less and for the board that was trying to re assert some level of influence and versus its control shareholder national movement here and and that initial opportunity for them really took a big blow here so this is something that i think you know the neck the balls in the court of sherry redstone national amusements and what will they do with the board what will they do with management including less and i think what the stock down six percent at kind of tells you that investors think a deal is coming in mergers going to happen and it won't include les moonves so so basically shares down more than six percent on the expectation that les moonves will exit from the helm of cbs viacom and cbs will merge a lot of shareholders of cbs don't want just can you bring back the memory of y cbs so why cbs shareholders or against this merger at this point i think cbs shareholders view viacom is a flawed asset it's you know it's a company that's been struggling the cable networks are particularly prone to cord cutting because the the tv networks nickelodeon networks and all those they tend to.
"shari redstone" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Have had to battle struggle for every increase i've ever seen in my income none of it has been like you know magical i didn't inherit anything neither did bill gates by the way neither did jeff bezos by the way although you can make the case that donald trump did inherit at least the beginnings of his empire most of the time guys like howard whatever his name is from starbucks and b's os or or you know what was his name the late dead apple ceo tim jobs jobs steve jobs or you know these guys they they definitely made fortunes offer their genius and i have no objection to that anymore because i understand what it takes i've had a million brilliant ideas not one of them has paid off you know what i'm saying not one looks like less moon bears as just lost his case that's going to be a big news story later on today i'm trying to see if i can find out more information on it did it the redstone family this is the cbs shares plunged six percent after a delaware judge ruled in favor of national amusements bid to challenge a voting control plan national amusements is control controlled by the redstone family which has been trying to merge cbs and viacom both of which fall under its umbrella but that merger has not been able to come to terms on some aspects of the merger and cbs was fighting what it called interference by the red stones they wanted to cut national amusements voting power through a special dividends to shareholders it's sports scheduled a meeting to consider the dividend for later on thursday confirmed the meeting would take place as planned despite the fact that a judge has ruled in favor of national amusements this would allow shari redstone and national amusements to to vote in the manner in which they planned on voting and the share does don't get any say in it at all they have they haven't in the judge's view done anything truly damaging to shareholders yet and the judge actually put the word yet in there that's that's just crazy wells fargo shares are down on a report that employees altered customer documents in business banking unit is there any sector that's not riddled with corruption at this point.
"shari redstone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Patients by mouth or injection can be just as effective as treatment using an iv details npr's petty name and during surgery intravenous anesthesia keeps patients unconscious so they don't feel pain but after surgery continued iv injection may not be warranted in the study researchers from yale school of medicine compared how well pain was controlled for patients who got opioids by mouth injection iv they found all three adequately relieved pain but those on iv got far higher doses of opioids the ivy method has more side effects like nausea and poor lung function and researchers say can also cause changes in the brain that are associated with addiction they say the findings might alter the practice of pain control and hospitals the studies published in jama internal medicine patty named npr news you're listening to npr news pollution several cities are reporting dozens of arrests monday during the first in a series of nonviolent antipoverty protests across the nation an unconfirmed report unconfirmed statement that is from the campaign says those arrested include the campaigns co chair the reverend william barbara the former head of the north carolina in w c p chapter organizers say the non violent protests will be held for six weeks to press for several social changes the board of directors at cbs is fighting an attempted takeover by entertainment giant viacom as npr's data folkenflik tells us the case is remarkable because the same woman has controlling shares in both corporations cvs ceo les moonves is trying to keep his alternate boss shari redstone at bay and the corporate rules for cbs allow it to dilute the voting power of its controlling owners the redstone family has effective control over both cbs viacom which have historically been intertwined redstone had attempted unsuccessfully to force a merger two years ago she says lawsuits allegations are outrageous cbs alleges redstone sought to block the acquisition of cbs by third party reportedly the telecom giant verizon cbs's moonves had wanted a higher sale price and had not wanted to absorb viacom executives into his company's leadership ranks now moon visit is either engaging in high stakes negotiating tactics or scorched earth strategy david folkenflik npr news new york.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Potisk bloomberg radio viacom wants more money from cbs to combine the two multi billion dollar media companies according to people familiar with the matter viacom has asked cbs to raise its bid by more than twenty percent that would value viacom at more than fourteen billion dollars the gap in expectations is a challenge for shari redstone whose family controls both companies apple is introducing a red version of the iphone eight we get details from bloomberg's patrice sikora the new color scheme is part of the product red initiative a program that gives a percentage of sales to the global fund to fight hiv and aids the back of the phone is read the front is black the new models cost the same as the gold gray and silver versions of the red phones go on preorder tomorrow and will be available in stores on friday the upgrade comes will works on a larger six and a half inch iphone and update to the iphone ten and a new low cost model for the fall patrice sikora bloombergradio steve wynn could be selling one hundred fifty million dollars worth of art by andy warhol and pablo picasso according to people familiar with the matter the former chief executive officer of win resorts is anonymously selling at least three paintings through christie's next month the billionaire stepped down from his post in february amid sexual harassment allegations which he has denied coming up a look ahead to mark zuckerberg's testimony before congress i'm joe snyder this is bloomberg it used to be you hello it's me the designer jeans and the back of your closet what happened to us used to somewhere in the hamptons and now i'm.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"He's fantastically successful at broadcast even though it's a declining business used we do very well it it there's a lot of discussion about sports the value of sports in sports rights you guys have paid a lot for the nfl nfl ratings were down last year the last couple of years are you at all worried we just talked about the fact that viacom doesn't have sports are you a worried that all worry that cbs's over exposed to sports and football now i think sports is really important to a lotta people i mean people go to cbs news fits poets for general entertainment content i think it's a great vertical to ban and i think that's gonna be part of our success going forward and something that we have uniquely because you know people want exclusive content whether it's tv shows whether it's sports whether it's news and i think that's one of the things that gives cbs said explain why do you figure fell ratings were down last year well as a major nfl fan i think that the anniversary i if you can't guess from the accident you take your team ready for it is a particular team i'm rooting for and it is the new england patriots so i happened to be with the right team at the right time but i should say i've had season tickets 1980's six so i've been through the tough years but i i think that the it got confusing for the consumer with the nfl last year i think they were on too many networks they started to commoditisation experience and not really keep it you know is something that was really special on sundays on thursday's you didn't know what network it was found on i think they had a lot of social issues that they were dealing with whether it was.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Recode Replay
"I have full confidence in the nfl they're a great organization in we love our football as someone who's investing one football what do you think about twitter and now amazon playing around football and everyone expects when these deals come up in a couple of years that you probably see amazon apple google facebook all making bids for these games that you traditionally have shown can you compete with those guys resports route you're talking to be about the experience around content so absolutely and by the way we had the nfl tied up for very long time so i'm not a long time you use right it's pretty who are out there are very much out there but i think it's not just content experience around the content i think we have great broadcasts i think we have great visuals i think that's going to continue to evolve with the technologies out there so i do believe that the experience at cbs springs is gonna make really matter guys heeded the bird amazon twitter and an amazon or take your broadcasts and redistributing them and getting credit for for broadcasting mogamed which it you're broadcast will it is our broadcast that life is in perfect you have to make the best with what you're given trust me i've learned that very upbeat what's ask if we have questions of the reserve other ones from this red zone share the question about nfl and the live sporting events do you see an interactive component that the networks will embrace to bring kids in or keep them there longer now i think that it is going to be more interactive you're gonna whether you're doing it on one device you're doing it on multiple devices people are going to do that but you know you heard steve say yesterday to you know there's something great about go into football you want to wait until you don't move what it's all about which is watching the game so right now i think it's a little complicated with the technology that's out there to bring olive it into the viewing experience but i do believe that will evolve with time as will the viewing of other content not just sports.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Recode Replay
"Well as a major nfl fan i think that the anniversary i if you can't guess from the accident you take your achievement ready for there is a particular team rooting for and it is the new england patriots so i happen to be with the right team at the right time but i should say i've had season tickets since 1980's six so i've been through the tough years but i i think that the it got confusing for the consumer with the nfl last year i think they were on too many networks they started to commoditisation experience and not really keep it you know is something that was really special on sundays on thursday's you didn't know what network it was found on i think they had a lot of social issues that they were dealing with whether it was the concussion issue a domestic violence made a big mistake taking tom brady out of the four games at the beginning of the year is out there who weren't playing and i think that you know for the league that wasn't necessarily a good decision cbs by the way is one of the companies pushing thursday night football is good but you have told me play isn't it they if you really want from me if i wanna watch the patriots i will always find where they are if it's thursday night and there's not a particular game i'm watching the first thing i'm gonna do is say hey let me watch thursday night football but if i see something on my way to the football game i might not watch that so i think for it just got too much too many stations too many networks and i do believe that some of the stars weren't there in the beginning of the year but i think it's a great franchise it's going to get stronger i heard that the games are longer that taking a look at that that taking a look at the refereeing process that taking a look at making some more changes in the game to speed it up.
"shari redstone" Discussed on Recode Replay
"So back in two thousand eleven you had all the traditional media companies here you had the new technology companies here traditional media companies thought that these guys we're going to disappear these guys thought that they were gonna succeed without traditional media companies and what i found really exciting is how was all of this gonna come together to create the future of media and entertainment it's not uncommon for big media conglomerates comcast time warner does your version or make beds compromise usually people who are controlling shareholder people running these media conglomerates also during venture invoke brokers to be clear that what you're doing during stage and venture investing in companies like companies like mode which was just bought by oracle which was one of our first investments that had to do with add text in really creating a better platform for advertising like maker studios which was acquired by disney when now investing in virtual reality artificial intelligence new content creation ploughed went on have viacom ventures one of cbs ventures do they do it yourself well first of all i would say a lot of comcast ventures in these new companies actress that in the last few years and i was looking at this many many years ago but when i take a look at my roles and by a com and its cbs i think the most value that i can add to them is really understanding what's going on in this world what is the future we're is the consumer going what are the trends that we're seeing that impact consumer behaviour that impact our businesses.