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"siriusxm" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:57 min | 4 d ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on podnews

"Sirius, , XM's financial report for quarter to twenty twenty has been released. . The company owns stitcher simple cast Pandora ads with the acquisition price for simple cast unreported at the time was twenty, , eight, , million dollars Pandora which Sirius. . Xm owns now has fifty nine point six million monthly active users that figure dropped by one point three, million , in the last quarter. . Poor casting is finally big business as an article for Jovana which focuses on an overview of recent deals. . You'll find it linked in our show notes and newsletter today talking about show notes spotify now supports html formatting for show notes as to use the description field rather than content and coded. . Lasts in American podcast report is out from Triton digital covering the four weeks ending July the fifth the top ten podcasts have seen a slump in downloads down by over ten percent the highest new entry number eleven a financial podcast from radio's Grupo Globo. . has made a fancy short pass. . You can type podcast dot new into a browser straight into the episode builder. . It's part of Google's ownership of the new to Maine and elision claims to be the world's first podcast APP that's focused on learning and issued a statement with podcasts enriched with rich audio visuals, , which the company claims his quote, , a unique listening format, , which enriches the audio content with text photos and links, , which is a bit like. . Others. . And Impalas News Nice, , white parents, , launched yesterday. . It's the first from cereal productions, , a New York Times company. . It's a new limited podcast series about building a better school system and what often gets in the way wight parents, ,

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SiriusXM: Simplecasts price; Pandoras decline

podnews

01:57 min | 4 d ago

SiriusXM: Simplecasts price; Pandoras decline

"Sirius, XM's financial report for quarter to twenty twenty has been released. The company owns stitcher simple cast Pandora ads with the acquisition price for simple cast unreported at the time was twenty, eight, million dollars Pandora which Sirius. Xm owns now has fifty nine point six million monthly active users that figure dropped by one point three, million in the last quarter. Poor casting is finally big business as an article for Jovana which focuses on an overview of recent deals. You'll find it linked in our show notes and newsletter today talking about show notes spotify now supports html formatting for show notes as to use the description field rather than content and coded. Lasts in American podcast report is out from Triton digital covering the four weeks ending July the fifth the top ten podcasts have seen a slump in downloads down by over ten percent the highest new entry number eleven a financial podcast from radio's Grupo Globo. has made a fancy short pass. You can type podcast dot new into a browser straight into the episode builder. It's part of Google's ownership of the new to Maine and elision claims to be the world's first podcast APP that's focused on learning and issued a statement with podcasts enriched with rich audio visuals, which the company claims his quote, a unique listening format, which enriches the audio content with text photos and links, which is a bit like. Others. And Impalas News Nice, white parents, launched yesterday. It's the first from cereal productions, a New York Times company. It's a new limited podcast series about building a better school system and what often gets in the way wight parents,

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Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

Talking Tech

07:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

"The pandemic has sent us all home without access to gyms, hair salons movie theaters. So what's a documentary into do? Peter Spier Academy Award nominated producer director has been making films for several decades dock. He says the documentaries are now finding a renaissance in streaming. One of the unexpected side benefits were filmmakers and peters going to tell all about it Peter. Yes thank you very much a pleasure to be here with us. To tell us about what's going on in streaming. So right now. Because of Covid people are staying home. Fortunately, streaming has really picked up since that time and their reports for the strenuous got up between thirty five and forty percent, so people are now. Using streaming taxes, all of their content Bluefin's shows the Netflix. We're talking about Netflix. Talking about Amazon Voodoo Fandango Comcast Cox. All of these platforms are doing very well. You've got a bunch of different. Movies are out there right now. Summer old summer newer. Tell everybody about what you've got in what what you've seen it. Is it been easier to get them up there? So let's start with telling everybody about some of the titles. Right, so I have a couple of club rugged entertainment. We have three titles right now. A film that I got back from a distribution company called Doug's more which we now have on Amazon Voodoo and Fandango? Probably a few others Newfield called the Sharm hate about the OT. PT Community and that film is currently on all platforms. And we're what's called transactional video so for your for people out there that don't know the difference. There's a transactional video which means you have to rent the video there s Vaud or Day. which subscription video which would be services like? Netflix and Hulu at Amazon and Yeah, so those are the two main. Video. in demand on demand services. Are You finding? There is a bigger thirst for documentaries from the buyers right now than there was before covert. I think with the emergency. Some big documentary programmes tiger king right now out of control in terms of popularity Are you know the jinx? That was another one that kind of broke through and we're looking at documentaries that. Are Not only one offs, but sure. I have what's called a one off. which is just single episode, but. They're also you know episodes. Alike limited a limited series for it's. One two I mean would say three to five or six episodes now. How are you finding the documents as Documenta? How're you finding as a documentarian? Being able to shoot right now when we're social distancing and we're wearing masks, and you're not supposed to be going out and doing these things how you're getting stuff done. It's almost impossible I you know. I think the industry is trying to come to terms with how we are going to move forward shooting the biggest issues insurance so being able to cover, not only the liability. But to protect the crew, that's a whole thing, but you know what it's easier with documentaries and doing a full on production so I think you. Wall Street documentaries because of the cost and the. The smaller impact with the size of the crew well, you could always interview people outside. You don't have to interview them in their office and that has to help right. Well people are doing those kinds of things and then there are you know because people are getting accustomed now to save zoomed interviews, there are documentarian making. Documentaries using zoo. Which is pretty interesting so They're just setting it up and you know you do your interview it. Routing out with other kinds of clips and archival footage, but yeah I mean. People are doing all kinds of work around to make this. If you watch the local news or the National News, it's now become the reporter introduces. As Zoom interview basically and they they cut back and forth between the reporter, staring this computer, his or her computer, and then there's zoom interview. So how do you? You Always WanNa, take documentary docu documentary and take it to another level. So how do you make that more instinct? Well I think in those cases. They're using just the. presets of that look. I think if you're doing the documentary yet more time to creatively do with that particular interview, but you bring up a good point, and you only have limited resolution and quality to zoom interview and. you know unfortunately you have to deliver to the platform, and the platform may reject it based on the quality, so it's definitely something that's going to have to be navigated. Okay finally, tell everybody, but does more. This was the film that you did several years ago. It's been lost lost for years, and it's now back alive again. Thanks to streaming, so plug it in television, yes! Dunn's more features. wwl Brown could name. Harbison Talia Shire a Barry Corbin. Some really cool actors. It's kind of who done it I call it You know a small a town film. On steroids and it's very cool, cool film. And I've got disarm hate about the LGBT committee that's got documentary out now. Streaming narrated by Harvey Fierstein and we have our latest film. Michael Debar. Who Do you walk me? Be About? His kinda zealot type character who was in the film shirt with love and also performed of a billion people at live aid. And why is there a documentary? Why is there a documentary about him now? Well. He's also currently DJ Little Steven's underground garage his second. Biggest DJ that's to Howard Stern, so he's very popular on Siriusxm but He's got an incredible life I. Mean you know it's? It's also a story about recovery. And I'm telling you no matter what you've been through in your life, it will not compared to what he's been through. You can't even imagine the stories the sky half well you. You'll get to see in the film so if you're going to go off and watch documentaries on streaming this weekend. Where should we go? go to Amazon Tango all those places. VOODOO COMCAST COX but the three films to watch Dunsmore. Michael the bar. Who Do you want me to be and disarm me and you could see them on Fandango, Voodoo and Amazon. All of those react Peter spier rugged releasing.

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The Michael Jackson Channel to Launch Today On SiriusXM

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Michael Jackson Channel to Launch Today On SiriusXM

"Jackson Channel is launching today on Sirius X M radio. Jackson Estate, announcing that the Michael Jackson Channel will start its around the clock king of pop programing at noon today. It will feature music from Jackson's albums and also from live performances.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:26 min | Last month

"siriusxm" Discussed on podnews

"Sirius XM has a client podcast host. Simple cost simple concepts, says nothing changes for their current customers, and no terms were given your find some analysis in our episode notes and our newsletter today. Kim Kardashian West to signed an exclusive deal with spotify report. The Wall Street Journal the Verge says she'll do a show with podcastone criminal justice reform. No terms will give them. They're either. Rob Greenlee has been confirmed as chairperson of the PODCAST Academy in a press release writing for poured news. Greenlee says the becoming chairperson was not something I asked for even lobbied for he focuses on the benefits of being involved in highlights to free webinars today to learn more. The reports that fifty two percent of at buyers plan to spend more on podcast ads during the second half of two thousand and twenty, only fourteen percent plan to increase their spend on radio. PODCAST. Production Studio audio up has announced a number of signings to their executive team including David Herve's from NBC. Crystalline eat from the history channel, actor and musician Dennis Quaid, Hey, pm and Minnesota public radio are to lay off twenty eight staff members John Mos- podcast. hilarious world of depression is also a casualty of the conce. The company lost fourteen staff members last month and has made a number of additional cost savings. audio boom has announced a set of new shows including real life stories behind movies and new weekly crime show and look at America in the run up to the two thousand and twenty presidential election get vocal is a new platform that combines the potential live video technology with the storytelling and community building power of podcasters, according to its CEO and podcast movement is planning virtual. Meet up on June the twenty fifth the. The Times mean that it works in the US, and also in Australia and impulse 'cause news telescope is exploring. The black lives matter movement in a special run from new episodes this week. The current episode features the relationship between social media, the pandemic and the anti-racist protests and kids. These days is a new podcast from Michigan Radio by Teens fourteens offering insider perspective on what it's like to be a teenager today.

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SiriusXM (owner of Pandora and AdsWizz) buys Simplecast

podnews

02:26 min | Last month

SiriusXM (owner of Pandora and AdsWizz) buys Simplecast

"Sirius XM has a client podcast host. Simple cost simple concepts, says nothing changes for their current customers, and no terms were given your find some analysis in our episode notes and our newsletter today. Kim Kardashian West to signed an exclusive deal with spotify report. The Wall Street Journal the Verge says she'll do a show with podcastone criminal justice reform. No terms will give them. They're either. Rob Greenlee has been confirmed as chairperson of the PODCAST Academy in a press release writing for poured news. Greenlee says the becoming chairperson was not something I asked for even lobbied for he focuses on the benefits of being involved in highlights to free webinars today to learn more. The reports that fifty two percent of at buyers plan to spend more on podcast ads during the second half of two thousand and twenty, only fourteen percent plan to increase their spend on radio. PODCAST. Production Studio audio up has announced a number of signings to their executive team including David Herve's from NBC. Crystalline eat from the history channel, actor and musician Dennis Quaid, Hey, pm and Minnesota public radio are to lay off twenty eight staff members John Mos- podcast. hilarious world of depression is also a casualty of the conce. The company lost fourteen staff members last month and has made a number of additional cost savings. audio boom has announced a set of new shows including real life stories behind movies and new weekly crime show and look at America in the run up to the two thousand and twenty presidential election get vocal is a new platform that combines the potential live video technology with the storytelling and community building power of podcasters, according to its CEO and podcast movement is planning virtual. Meet up on June the twenty fifth the. The Times mean that it works in the US, and also in Australia and impulse 'cause news telescope is exploring. The black lives matter movement in a special run from new episodes this week. The current episode features the relationship between social media, the pandemic and the anti-racist protests and kids. These days is a new podcast from Michigan Radio by Teens fourteens offering insider perspective on what it's like to be a teenager today.

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'A step toward normalcy' - NHL shapes a return to play plan

ESPN Radio

04:18 min | 2 months ago

'A step toward normalcy' - NHL shapes a return to play plan

"So the NHL's not gonna be regular season but they are gonna have a playoff season they put out a plan today that it will go straight into the playoffs with twenty four teams instead of sixteen if the answer was able to resume play that's what commissioner Gary Bettman the NHL said early today he said and I quote of the return to play plan since March twelfth we've been hopeful and optimistic that by developing all options alternatives we could get to this point I know I join sports fans everywhere when I say we cannot wait for the players hit the ice again as we see some return to normalcy this is an important day for NHL fans in quote let's bring in a man that works with Gary Bettman as a matter by his right hand man he's bill Daly NHL deputy commissioner joining us in Freddie and Fitzsimmons on ESPN radio and SiriusXM channel eighty bill we can say this is whatever step it is first step middle step whatever that means but now there's a plan in place if things are able to happen the way you want what does this mean for your support not having the force to be taking a year off because a Copa ninety yeah well I I agree with you it's a I can't I can't number the staff but it is the staff and I think it's an important step and while I'm the first to acknowledge that we still have a long road to travel and so were playing games I think you know you always need to to make progress and I think that we made significant progress in as Gary alluded to a number of times during his availabilities today you know I I think it's a positive message for a fan base and certainly exhibits and demonstrates that both the league our clubs and our players have an interest in bringing the games back provided self help you save to do it so so we're pleased with today but also understand that a lot of work out of this hello there hope is not a plan you guys actually put a plan in place as you mentioned no set start date everyone has to be cleared and have to be safe but take us behind the scenes you found a way as a league to get an amicable deal done to have a plan to return to the ice to return to the game with the players MLB take note and you you and you and you did it away from the media this is all done behind the scenes how were you able to get this done you know what we we've had and and you know I I I couldn't give the the players and the players association more credit in terms of how they approach the situation it is not a pleasant situation for everybody we understand there are a lot of people suffering both from a health standpoint but an economic standpoint as well in our fans are missing the game and I got you know that they could have taken a myriad of different approaches than they have but since day one we really have been online in wanting to come up with a plan wanted to do what's right for this for what's right for our for our players for our clubs and for our fans in terms of of coming back to play bring the game back and and trying to you know take those steps to get back to normalcy so you know they they've been instrumental in this entire process we form what we call the resumption of play committee early on five active players were participated in that lead during during otherwise tough times though they they volunteered their time to give some thought to this and and to help us work through the issues we were guided a lot bye bye the their input on on certain issues particularly with respect to the difficulties they will have of being out of of of you know hockey conditioning for two months now you know the need for ice time potentially a longer training camp than they would normally have just so the you know just to preserve their their health and safety and so I you know that they had a large hand in in in sculpting on this and you know we we so it looks still work in progress and in in many ways but again I think there's a lot of certainty to it and it does give our fans something to look

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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

10:10 min | 2 months ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Time zone believe in times. It doesn't even matter so it's the thing This this and this. This'll tie into the books. I was thinking about this earlier. The editorial board of the taps right that the as our fucking just put your names on through editorial was bill today why was US military celebrate white supremacy? Well I don't think they do but Is a lot of these forts like you know say Fort Bragg for banning are named after people who are part of the south in the in the Great War. Yeah those horrible hand gestures they hold up yes so they so they want say want that gun. I keep saying and people at the beginning you said this fight with Jerry. It'd be like you're crazy or crazy. Eventually people are going to see your stories like this was on. The judge judges that her name in the book. Yeah judge only judge. This is a woman who was a slave George Washington slave and she escaped the Washington. The hundred down forever eventually. Washington DC is going to be called even at the time. It didn't look like everyone was down harlow notes. Okay Daryl Halston Solo l. Some John John Giving give you a chance to come back and join the band in the moment but pretty pretty soon. Washington DC is going to be tubman. Dc and link inelegant but whatever Jefferson is going to be Frederick Douglass fine. I don't care but this is this is going to. I am telling you this is going to happen at some point this country so if trump wins again they're just gonNA look for Shit to do now. I always say my take on. That is is part of history. Some of it's good some of it's bad but you have to acknowledge it if you pretend it's not there it's crazy so I'm with you on high schools and libraries and all that shit that'll be gone eventually. The only reason I doubt it was like Washington state is just. There's no precedent for renaming a state. It'd be too confusing eared. Here's the thing if it's super liberal. State Washington is not really right Washington. Really Nervous yes. I like crunchy concentrated. Celso washing the reveal Washington? There areas are more conservative but overall it's a it's a Democrat state so at some point will somebody make that case. I think the answer's definitely I think there are probably already people making the case. I mean people that aren't lunatics and by the way I am not for this in any way shape or form George Washington owned slaves. Steve Believe Thomas Jefferson rapes. I do you don't you said you don't believe what we just have different ways of processing evidence. I like to. I like to err on the side of caution for condemning someone but eventually they're going to say why Washington and his wife were despicable to this so the book is great libraries and schools in any other street. You might be right. You might be right so it'll just be tremendously expensive for the state of Washington wants to Rename District of Columbia wants to rename. You GonNa Change basically everything that you going to say. Oh it's still Washington DC. How quickly he makes sense. I think it's crazy but things practical. Do you think these people are start carrying about like spending more money can liberals you could make a liberal case that okay how we're going to spend we're going to spend a hundred billion dollars renaming. Washington DC as opposed to maybe using that money to make lives better care about minority bullshit because we're spending it. They're not did these fucking tax the lawmakers don't care where Ryan what's your point which is why. Why did you call now for this? I'm sure I last night last thing. Hey Kirk Look Book. A history book recommendation But yeah his wife was worse than him. Really and As always hang up and listen. But lastly I was totally kidding about being a gearhead Thank you I don the whole time. I'll think of a book free in a moment here. Are THEY STILL LOADED UP Steve? They are still loaded up car. That's not nice to say that was very hurtful after that song and everything was if my feelings weren't down enough the gray the main the finest in the union. Hello what's up? Hey I was wondering if so I was listening back a couple of those. Go back to the matter. Watched the episode excellent and There's I think a lost sound in there that I won't be brought up again. We've been very end. It has nothing to do with very angry. When you've actually thank everybody and when the is introduced you guys remember that the WHO. The bean guide the being guy. Dolle the minivan means for the tr- yes I saw. It was a fun sound. I didn't know if I really shot. I don't remember that I set my mic. Doesn't Whoa what happened. How about just going to be? I don't go Steve. Shoes excitement to introduce in the beamed. I Oh okay good I guess thank you very much. Thank you finding that a great sound. I don't remember that see. Do you remember that. I remember introducing the guy because we were just thanking. All of our sponsor was Jessica who is very enthusiastic. Yes yes being man. I love enthusiasm. Hello going to be hard to follow up that. Call Nick from Minnesota and I just WANNA weird. Yes eight. No she earlier Mike was like. It was not not believe this propaganda six seven shows. We called it. I started ahead interesting. Vent Lost Jesus Christ. Hello where are you in the soda? Uptown MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS. Oh yeah okay fine anyway some great medicine compiled all of your top one hundred songs. Sauve that Kirkman offense top one hundred. I saw that just want to say I've been listening to study for the CPA and it's a good week rebate. Well thank you added to it again today. With a Bruce Springsteen don him in the week as we get closer and closer the numbers get smaller but the hits keep getting bigger. He's not giving credit. Okay you I give him credit their Jesus. Good luck on your CPA exam. Thanks Cook a father passed the exam in two years ago. All right thank you there you go. I think I did do something to that or something. I thought so. Yeah which I haven't shuffle because I like those songs some hurt to most to a lot right Lou. They still won't work. They're still ended up. Hello what's up Kirk? How you doing man? This is gross. Point Zach where are you located Zach right here? In Grosse Pointe Michigan. Yes but I'm wondering your thoughts on the Dave Portnoy peanuts situation. We talked about it briefly earlier. Clearly he was not wearing underwear. It wasn't just in the pool before that or something in. I'm not sure it looked a little shriveled out but it still looked pretty. Gercy the president would look it. Looks sick to a nice thick penis not necessarily big but good sized Dick and I thought mushroom head on it. You know it makes you Mike. Portnoy's Dick Awfully it was. The head was so big that looked like even flying Mike. It's it's true. It's an comments. Some hot sauce on that fudge sauce and Michael talented. You know curiosities yes. That's true by curious. Yeah I was I was not. I was not an impressive. It was good is passable. Mike Bisexual thoughts even allowed to think about Portland. That's a great question Vicky. That's a good question. Why don't think you can discriminate against Mike? If he is by point point might be a big lawsuit. I don't think I could vocalise those thoughts but I could probably have them consciously. How can Mike Masturbate fantasizing about deport noise cock? I mentioned the as. That's not the question though. I think he I think it would be be allowed as long as he doesn't talk about but he's not really know what it looks like though either in my mind the shape of the head but does to tear it. You can't really see though forgetting is a beautiful puts. Vision is not true necessary. That's true paradise. Well thank you for the call. Grosse Pointe Blank. It is important to get these on the table. That's true good evening. Hello one or two more. Hello a drop off her. She's got a fucking hello five one eight that's you what are you what are you want? I was actually not prepared for this tattoo. Answer I'm a ringside but you called but you call. You must have had a point make it. I got nothing. What did you call for pulled on the hangup? What'd you call for the number on twitter? So you're your hope. Was it would be busy up my first attempt. Yes do you call every number you see you see an advertisement? Do you call those numbers as well. No where are you located upstate? New York column strange. Okay well thank you. Is that a town Massachusetts where there have been upstate. New York NASA chooses before it's different state. I didn't think they exist. We know you didn't but Jeez. Wow your masters right again. It was US means to you. Always in. This will never be enough good evening. They still up Steve They're still ended up people on the call strange. Hello what was that? 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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

08:28 min | 2 months ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"They are. I suppose yes. There are teammates now. Yes this together brothers in arms if you will. That's right now. Chaffetz finally gets to be part of a platoon with me pretending to the joke. I can tell the show people listening. It's actually Tuesday Memorial Day. Oh right that'd be very disrespectful. Wreck district wasn't GonNa say before that I forget. Wilson's going on well so we have here. Autism big big weekend. It was. Oh yeah what else would I miss? Biden Charlemagne. The God that was that was the worst gaffe entire political season. Recycling jokes the St of the day at the end of the marathon thing. I've said it before you. I said if you almost the Kirkman show you went black planet. Simple problem figuring out whether you're familiar trump and you ain't black eight. I love the most. That's the clip. Most you're point is just that the most offensive part to me is before that he's like listen for Charlotte which is very well know exactly what I mean. Even Hillary Clinton would adopt kind of a southern Twang. He's talking about getting get. And the John Kerry two one point yet. He dropped into southern thing. I forget what the was. I don't know why people will have to do that. 'cause you appealing geared uncomfortable handwriting. Shit I guess I mean it's so dumb. It's never worked at hand in one thousand nine hundred six or something. He did that with Obama. Just let me throw my so now. You're right quick. Here's a fax. Yeah I don't know it's a I mean so charlene the God yes trick your friend you have to me once. I get along better now but I mean we should be even showing sears because difference Kirkdale God that'd be. The it's what is right in these days. Not Voting for Biden. Yeah I think. He said he left it open. I don't think he he confirmed that he was gonNA vote for him but he was. He was pretty critical of him before. And after that interview. Yeah I mean and he's a he's ruined a lot of Democrats Elizabeth. Warren went on his show. You violent this guy. I'm disappointed me does a good job. He's I would never we say who's talented left and race. Forget him. He's the only one big talent for sure. I mean you know talent but yeah it was but it doesn't really matter like wait sorry gone. Yep It'll matter when the trump campaign starts putting ten million dollar advise that video on facebook feeds over Biden was going to vote for by at that point you think suddenly black people in a vote for Donald Trump. I mean I think it might have that kind of high handed attitude coming guidance. Did the deplorable thing hurt. Hillary did it's the same exactly what it is. I think it'll be a to the extent that a Catholic that can move votes. I think that's pretty a pretty bad one. There's no we'll vote for trump now but there are people that might not vote for button. Maybe a but I think people aren't over by anyway I think Biden's I've said this. I said this the other day but creamed he's GonNa get fucking destroyed in whenever the health avid I suppose November. He's going to get killed and I know you know people don't want to believe that and I see people on social me of course but it's going to be a now bino in the states that you know. Democrats almost always win. This'll be worse than first of all trouble. When the when the just general you know pop vote and then. He's going to win the electoral college by more than one a couple years ago in Florida. Who Am Wisconsin again? He a win all those states a win Ohio. Who in Florida? He's GonNa win re fucking route. Say why they always trying to keep a brother Dak. That's True Nam. Saying it's the only complicating factor is the economy. How much are people going to say? Oh it's because of corona virus. It's not trump's fall. How much are they going to hang? The loyalists will come out and vote. Trump hasn't biden doesn't as nobody. There's nobody who's loyally Joe Biden. He's also has the advantage of having programmed as voters not be concerned with coronavirus. And it's also very difficult historically anyway no matter what. The situation is to To kick out the sitting president. Yeah that's very rarely happens. Last time it happened was Bush's bad and before that I mean was was Well I guess it was Carter and Ford but but doesn't happen all that often and especially during I mean clearing during something like it gets not that you know like George W Bush when you ran against Kerry was really unpopular that point. I mean we're in Iraq. We were far removed from nine eleven three years or so to enough year so removed from nine eleven. Almost three. And you still want because we're in the middle of a war. John Kerry was a horrendous candidate. Can Joe Biden. Is the worst presidential candidate major? You know a of a nominee ever ever like these other guys he we fucking brain dead eighty years old and he's any who was worse than biting. I mean he is a major party candidate. Nobody believes in the middle of Alzheimer's. I guess I'm thinking of all the goofs they have in earlier rat in the past of people were saying nominee down the actual nominees kick think of many people that are worse. I mean these other people at least had mental capacity. He doesn't he doesn't off with almost any other candidate that ran. Did you hear the thing that we said that while be Joe Biden own? He's like you know. And that's why I'm going to be Joe. Biden Hammy tweeted like. You're probably better if you know. Marvin Gaye Sang. Charlemagne you crazy. Going to be voted for Beechwood. I'm prepared to say that I have a record of over four years and that I'm going to be Joe Biden. Oh again the Magic Dan. Quayle George W Bush. He's he's not wrong. True he is nowhere. Senator it once trump goes in for the kill. He's trump has been kid gloves so far and he say goes the sleepy gun his basement. I've gone easier. We will probably more focused on accusing Joe. Scarborough of murder. You probably you probably also liked him in a little bit in the weird way like he's not like I don't think Biden's I got a horrendous human being I just don't he's actually got actually has a great story like you know what I mean like. I think he's I think he's mellowed out a little bit but he was a Dick. A world-class Class Dick. When he was younger senator. If you look at the Clarence Thomas Videos from those. I mean it was a him going around and talking about how high Q. Is Wife and losing kid and losing another kid like you know? It's it's IT'S A it's a great story. They my guess is trump. Doesn't hate the guy like I think. He hated Hillary after awhile. How can you really hate? Even trumpeting have some PD for must in with Obama though trump hits Obama to the point of like like a disorder. They were seen him really go after by. No I don't know if I don't know if trump hated the guy to show scarborough of murder twice in social media about like. I don't know why this happened. Who knows I don't know if trump hated like Jeb Bush Chris Christie and he went after Marco Rubio. Those guys actually destroyed them true but I think he was for him more fun. It's just like a ricochet selects another yet. Then I'm surprised doesn't miss that. Maybe Corona virus has distracted by in two thousand sixteen. There was the whole thing. He'd clearly won the primary but he was still trying to bear. Bury the other. Republicans people why we got to focus on the common enemy. Focus on the common enemy so he held off on Hillary Clinton for quite a while in the fight to though at that point. Yeah it took a again. I don't know why the Fuck Bernie Sanders dropped out of this race. Fuzzy thinking I mean what the fuck was he thinking? He had that guy you heard he can be debating against and then he had like New York fucking wronged. They just kicked him out basically music. Oh Pussy Fan. If I was a sport has I would never That's the same with Hillary. Those Bernie voters are not vote for Joe Biden. I don't think Jerry ever actually wanted to be president or the nomination you wanted to leave. He wanted to leave the movement. You know he's. He's effectively changed the Democrat Party permanently. Now they're all adopting his position so he's really like I guess executed his vision without having to do hard work or if you didn't think he would win figures why go against trump spring it this far. I suppose simplisafe simplisafe's back this week they are. That's good simplisafe dot com slash Kirk at free shipping and a sixty day. Money back guarantee that simplisafe dot com.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

07:42 min | 2 months ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Start with the big announcement. Or a little five k recap would you guys think? He's he's you say I was GONNA say get ready to bring on the air on the bear as they say yes they do. Say That you said that well. No you wouldn't have said that shook that's true I mean the five K. Went really well. I think I think it was a good event. Not Abbas kind of obvious technical problems but it looks like everybody a really good time squeezing me out. What's that. The APP was squeezing me out. It wouldn't allow me to finish. Is that true? I would have had a blistering time if not for that APP. Well I mean you seem like you're in a good location for yes. It was beautiful before I saw there. You go it was great to have you guys test your connection in the one place and then decide to do another place. I was there the day before everything was perfect. It was just insanely. Would you cannot account for the on Castle Island. Yes strange it was Wendy there. It was friars versus a mere week New England weather. That's true. It's going to be in the nineties when you're listening to today eight or something got so many people. It was Nice I. It's kind of cool to see people all over the country in different different countries. Doing it seemed like well I wanted to do was have Something that people just had a fucking good time because we are so and art. Hey what's going on in the world and be on our own negativity. I think people genuinely had a good time. Good job kept saying it was nice to be around. People can people. You're around but you know still despite being mock that's how yeah but yeah no. It was good the number big. It seemed like everyone had a good time or I was a whole bunch of people. There was everyone kind of stayed away from each other at one ran my group speedy. Man I thought I did pretty well. It was a fifth or sixth. I grew I thought it was pretty cool to see the map of where everybody was representative. Yeah I know we had people running in Germany and the United Kingdom and South America. Well we we`re. We're glad you're Jesus in Hawaii and all over the country so some states for not represented next year. That will change North Dakota well by do next year. Hopefully hopefully we're past this or whatever and we'll give you an we can do a big race in a physical location that sort of connected to the show. Somehow you want to but also have agree but I think also that satellite opportunity. You have a big gathering somewhere. That satellite opportunities still open for everyone. You kind of get both you know in like a Dexter places that we've talked about on the show. Wherever Mama Mia. You don't want that but I mean you know places like that so we'll see you know but it seemed like it went well. I thought it was pretty cool. I mean I don't think you're gonNA find a podcast or show or anywhere else. That would even attempt something like this. No I would well. No I'm in. I'm SORTA surprised. I mean it seems like something. That's not that much heavy lifting it sort of is sort of runner dependent. I mean we we see the good job got the charge and we have great friends with Cameron and tristate running and they were great. But I mean you know you could do it in. It's kind of a collaborative in the next we. Now I think is sort of in that vein as well. We'll do that in the next couple of weeks. I hope it never mind podcast but I was just saying I said the other night. I guess it started a little more now because of corona virus. Yeah it seems like an obvious thing that just no one thought to do a five K. Around the because you're doing it for charity or something you've just freezes the. Yeah but I also think a big part for us is like you could just do it but then the have the Stephen Scott doing it in sort of everyone connected because if we just went did it's kind of like well you know. I don't know so we'll see where it goes next year. But we'll do next year for sure you know not. I don't know what form or fashion workhorses of Barstool sports. Then someone has to be and you know keeps coming So you know very not not a big deal. I don't think it's a big deal yet but Wednesday morning at eleven. Am Eleven am. Yes so tomorrow morning. When you're listening to this correct yes Wednesday morning at eleven am the Kirkman hand show. We'll be on Sirius. Radio BARSTOOL POWER. Eighty eight eighty four eighty five eighty five. I'm like those odd numbers for work on that Eighty-five BARSTOOL radio. So Kirkman the hand back on radio. Wow Sirius radio and it's going to be the show and it's not going to be I don't know what would the frequently asked questions be? Do you think Will it be how you do? You think it's going to be like a best of the podcast. You will not be that no. It's going to be a completely original our And I think it's going to be. I Don I mean my understanding is that once a week. Maybe even when this whole thing is over won't be going on I. I don't know if they're gonNA want more or less of us as it goes on. We'll see we know. I don't know that we'll see. I mean are we in competition now with hard factor in the cousins. Is it like a on that as well? Yeah oh I don't know. I mean the cousins whenever they're on the tape like six weeks before Friday's the cousins telling stories dinner. I went to the movies class. Friday I think we can. I agree we love the cousins. I don't wanna cost the cousins anytime I think people want to know. How are they going to continue to interact with the show? Once it's on serious it'll just be the same right. I mean the same phone number. We've only milk use the barstool phone. Actually I mean I live yes but I would say yeah and I think it's good you know. I think it's good for us. I think it's good promotion. Six people listen to because of that. It's it's it's it's found listenership so we'll just go do an hour a bullshit and I. It's like sound. I don't think it's going to sound any different. The only difference is that will be at some point. The commercial interruption in the middle one break one break. That's it and you know we're not gonNA have it during our show which is going to do it and we're going to tape it Wednesday morning. So it's I unless something insane happens in the forty seven minutes in between Steve. Sending it out to Is Mike Getting it? Mike and Mike is putting up. I mean we'll react to restore of the day. I think you know and then you'll have a podcast up before that probably midnight. We'll probably do mostly Tuesday nights. I think going forward now but I but I mean you know I. I don't know I don't think it's going to be any different than this could easily be the first eight minutes of our show. They're the only difference is it's fifty three minutes. So Anna differences. The other difference is I'm sort of trying to figure out. Is You know we always joke around with the guy in Omaha? I don't really know how we're going to do that. Starting Wednesday other than I don't really feel like change. I'm not gonNA introduce myself has mentioned that the other day when you talk about like are we going to say? Here's WHO BOB. Murchison is stylistically curious to see how I handle the just the whole thing. I think there's so much on youtube clips so much on social media that we can point people towards if they're really interested if they're if they're stumbling block is like knowing the history before they start listening figures using most of the bars to radio people no way. I mean. I've been on Barstool radio enough. Have Been Sec. Kale weeks of the Super Bowl. Like I don't I think they're pretty aware of WHO I am if they haven't listen to this show yet even the people that he listened to the first episode and I don't understand what the fuck is going on they. Some of them will never listen again in some a month. They'll say. Let me check out the next day or week. Oh I do think though. They're going to ask for more Kirkman show on Sirius sooner rather than later because serious is going to see serious increases in subscription of people who are just tuning into lesson like their metrics are good enough so that they're gonNa know exactly where that bump is coming from. I mean to be mean guy knows I'm lean but show me the green on saying I'm fucking saying that's what Mike was saying earlier. I mean it was. It was told me very quickly when I was asked about this. There's no extra money but Well for you.

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Open, Free, and Spotify

Exponent

06:31 min | 2 months ago

Open, Free, and Spotify

"Hi James How're you much better much better we? We actually tried to buy gas couple of weeks ago and I was. I was a little busy just kind of all over the place. It's like I can't it but we're back. I like to compare it to win. You're going through your IPO. And I think we tried to podcast wants Dan and we also can't it because it just wasn't happening and life comes and goes you're busier. Us busy and I was a little busy but not market. Yeah we'll welcome back. It's good to have you back. There are a few interesting episodes last time we tried. But I'm glad to be back at regularly scheduled programing. Yes yes absolutely absolutely. It does make the question. Then why are you so busy? Yeah well it's funny because I watch the new podcast service a couple of months ago with the Czech restarted daily updates whereas basically me reading it and that was part of the date updates if you already paid for the daily update you could also get a via podcast so there was a lot of interesting technical parts to that too. You have it tied in tracking and in all the different sorts of things that went into that but it was a station to my sustained business model but it wasn't something new so what I also want to do. Experiment with what would it be like to make purely paid podcast and again part of this is I was really proud of my talk about this? And how does trajectory is? I'm proudest of course but I'm also really proud of the business model and it really makes me happy to see folks pursuing this model and going forward and companies you know like sub stack wherever might be trying to build businesses supporting people winding this. I'm all for it for support of love to see them doing that. It's kind of one of those things where I once thought I would build a company like subject and then I realized actually I'm better off focusing on Chakri billion companies really hard. It's difficult Howard stern rather than Siriusxm. Some of those lines and it was gratifying to come up with this model. And then it's Kinda cool that anyone other people will invest in these folks to do all the hard work to build it up so other people can do it. Which is totally fine by me. I want to see this model succeed. I WANNA see it out there and so I've long argued in thought you do a similar thing with podcasting is so I wanted to sort of experiment and push out here too. Not just because I think it'd be cool and maybe make a little money but just because I want to see this model independent creator model and become more things and so I sort of wanted to see what else we could do with it. Thus the new podcast dithering with our friend John Gruber and three times a week. Fifty minutes per episode. It's short google. You know exactly what you're getting which I think is real sorry. I'm kind of rambling here. But it's become the genesis of the businesses interesting but I'm super interested also in the genesis of the content side of it. There's a few things I thought about it. The actual content and the look and feel and the aesthetic of dithering is absolutely a shared project with me when I speak about the podcast itself. I'm saying my part of what is definitely a two-part relationship so I wanted to be super super clear about that. So if I say me or I than that's just because John here and I'm sorta speaking for myself but one of the things that I've thought about is what does it mean to sell content on the Internet and I wrote about a little bit this week because you're selling zero marginal cost good your so bits right. I mean literally selling email and the whole trouble that the news industry has encounter in the content injuries encountered is. It's really hard to sell something that doesn't have some sort of marginal cost attached to it. It turned out that selling a plastic disc was a lot easier than selling. Mp threes right or selling a book is easier than selling tax on a page newspaper of actual paper. It's the actual physical aspects of that and the difficulties of producing it and disturbing it and getting in front of people that was actually the foundation of all these different businesses and wants distribution became trivial. An easy it turned out that that actually was bad for business. It was good for the sort of content producer as far as reach goes but as far as actually making a living. It wasn't so great after all so one of the things that I thought about is. What am I son? The daily updates am I sign an email that never felt quite right in the whole micro transaction thing. I've always been skeptical about because it takes a lot of work to produce something in produce Oughta work. There's no guarantee is going to be a pickup and then try to sell it and I'm not sure that that's a sustainable sort of approach for publication or sort of an independent journalists. What is more attractive is people that are invested in your sort of ongoing production of content. And this idea that I'm going to do this thing. And you're GONNA pay me not necessary for the thing itself but for the ongoing production of this thing. It's like the difference between like discrete and continuous instead of paying for discrete items. You're paying for sort of continuous production and the output ends up being discreet items but those are sort of worthless artifacts worthless in terms of marginal cost perspective. That are evidence of the ongoing production. Which is what you're actually paying for. I'm not sure if that makes sense. Eight does make sense but let me grounded with another example from we've talked about. This was when you describe this model in the context of local news. You would pay someone to go. Collect the local news for you and reported but some days they might report well. There's actually no news today and you still pay them because you're paying for the piece of paper or the email you paying for the process of them to go out and do this and you need to pay them in such a way that they can reliably make a living doing it. That's exactly right. That's a perfect example like I'm paying for them to do the work to tell me that nothing is going on right like it's the effort that I actually want and I want the output from that but it's almost like if to integrate the effort with the output instead of trying to sell these discreet output items. It's all one package. You'RE PAYING FOR THE ENTIRE PACKAGE. And so you take that and you apply it to a podcast. Well what's a problem with some podcasts? I mean we worked very hard to keep our podcast to about an hour and it's kind of predictable and sometimes we go along and we feel a little sheepish about that because you want people to if they start expose know about how long it's GonNa take and say something that our Fred. John has been a little less disciplined about like fuck has to go an hour to two hours three hours or whatever which is fine it works for him but if you're purchasing something that feels overwhelming on one hand and other hand you want to get something for your purchase right and so this is one of the ways. We arrived at this idea of three fifteen minute episodes a week. It's exactly fifty minutes. Every single time is three days a week. It's very well defined exactly what you get and I think that's an important piece of this business

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Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

CBS Sports Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

"Brad L. or the Green Bay Packers trading up to draft quarterback Jordan love in the first round last week surprised everybody including Brett Farr the hall of Famer watch the exact same thing happened fifteen years ago when the pack drafted his successor in Aaron Rodgers Green Bay again choosing to focus on the future with its first pick rather than build off of last season's run to the NFC championship game here's farm on SiriusXM NFL radio they were several plays away from the Super Bowl to me it sends a message that I'm not I'm not saying that it's with the wall pick but I'm saying based on their situation present

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Podcast promoters are still a thing: we talk to one

podnews

02:47 min | 3 months ago

Podcast promoters are still a thing: we talk to one

"The latest from our newsletter at palled news dot net people used to spend money to manipulate the apple. Podcasts chance but if you think podcast promoters have gone away while they haven't hard news is editor. That's me chatted with a podcast promoter yesterday but I'm not going to unmask the podcast. So we're spending money to manipulate the apple podcast charts. You can find out why in a personal blog linked from episode notes and our newsletter today. The Webby awards have announced their nominees and open for the People's votes. You've nine days to get your votes in judges. Also get to vote separately and as a disclosure. I am a Webbie's judge. Congratulations to all who've been nominated the one world media. Awards have also announced their nominees. Among them are podcasts. Afra- Queer and mothers of Invention plink podcast link service have really status showing when people are clicking a link to listen weekdays. It TURNS OUT MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS. Especially free podcast. Host anchor has unveiled a new service to turn your online video chats into a podcast service appears to work on most video platforms including zooms skype. Facetime google meat and others. Most digital audio editors also accept files from these services. By the way apple podcasts. In recommending news podcasts according to actually us in a special editorial sections the US Canada UK and Australia Siriusxm. The own of Pandora has admitted in an earnings call. That Pandora has definitely seen a downturn in listening company didn't mention Pandora's podcasting aspirations at all. Pandora itself has lost eight percent of its monthly active users over the past year. Meanwhile Howard Stern is open to ideas about what happens at the end of the year wants. His contract expires. Costs has interviewed. Amanda Laughlin the of a Brooklyn based podcast collective called multitude. We noticed that pocket costs accounted for one point one four percent of all podcast downloads in August last year according to Lipson but even though the went free in September it slightly decreased its sheds a one point one two percent and spreaker now offers a customizable publisher plan aimed at attracting more corporate uses of their podcast hosting platform in podcast news. Talk Money podcast. About investments recently pivoted a second season and is now focusing on the price of the pandemic to specific businesses. The show comes recommended by those. We're here we're told and happy. Israeli Independence Day is story is running. A virtual online event is re Palooza all day today with stars from the country and the spicy more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe at called New Star

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Highlights from Tom Brady's interview with Howard Stern: On legacy, marriage, Michigan and more

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Highlights from Tom Brady's interview with Howard Stern: On legacy, marriage, Michigan and more

"Steve Tom Brady never cared about legacy that's what he told Howard Stern during their in depth interview on SiriusXM radio this morning Brady said he knew before last season that he was probably done in New England and siding with the box was a chance to do something else after twenty years and six Super Bowl titles the interview covered everything from Brady's childhood to his home life in in maybe the most revealing moment Brady told stern that he stopped going to the patriots offseason workouts because his wife Giselle Bundchen wanted to carry the load more

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Bravo's Andy Cohen Share His COVID-19 Experience

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Bravo's Andy Cohen Share His COVID-19 Experience

"To have Andy Americans Cohen is working opening up about having the coronavirus again by during that an episode Easter of that SiriusXM's beautiful Easter day Jeff Lewis lie speaking with he fox talks news about all earlier things the president covert repeated nineteen his unsubstantiated I feel like claim it's definitely that keeping the working economy life shot working is worse than its the virus way through my body humorous yesterday people was horrible you're going to have but if there's all I have these moments every day when I'm like I'll wait I think I feel totally better and then CBS

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Newman out of hospital after Daytona crash

The Conservative Circus

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Newman out of hospital after Daytona crash

"Line he would SiriusXM NASCAR radio Corey la Joye reveal that Ryan Newman was in great spirits when he spoke to him joking around just days after a fiery crash landed Newman in the hospital in serious condition or so you're going to Armonk now instead of seven I thought that was funny these down there so I guess with the Martins house in Florida and the joy was involved in that Daytona wreck Newman's car smashing in front of his the driver the number thirty two was okay walking out of the infield Medical Center Newman out of the hospital after less than two days recovering from the injuries that he suffered in that wreck deemed non life threatening Matt apartado

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Chartable gets certified, another company hijacks podcast feeds

podnews

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Chartable gets certified, another company hijacks podcast feeds

"Status from the tech lab. Hey Acosta's Toronto series of free workshops in the US to celebrate and amplify voices from underrepresented communities in podcasting called a class. The first event will be in New York on February. The twenty seven follows similar workshops in the UK. How much did spotify pay all the ringer. Two hundred and fifty million leeann dollars says Bloomberg two hundred now fifty later. We've discovered that hub hopper an Indian podcast APP and website is altering and and republishing public podcast. RSS Feeds this. Has the effect of spamming Google podcasts. At least for our podcast are full. Show notes have been removed removed. A category altered links added to their website instead of ours and an additional click counter added to our audio links. How Papa haven't haven't responded to our emails for comment podcast. Radio has launched in London on the plus digital radio. If you're in London and you can pick up either radio caroline or Lantis. You should be able to find podcast. Radio to and excitingly. We're on it. Every Weekday Siriusxm the owner of Pandora has borsa awesome minority stake in soundcloud for seventy five million dollars. soundcloud is used by some podcasters past host. Pandora already sells advertising on soundcloud in the US and luminary is to expand its service to South Africa Ireland and he'll and the company claims this doubles the number of international national locations. Where Luminary is offered. It adds a further potential sixty six million listeners to the subscription podcast service

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From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution

Busted Open

04:00 min | 7 months ago

From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution

"One of the most respected journalists in the history of pro wrestling and somebody who has covered every detail of the sport for the last thirty plus years. Dave Meltzer on the progression of women's wrestling in the wwe this decade and the importance of the annex t women a lot of the women in the in annex t which is kind of where the whole thing started there were The kinds of the new generation. You know I think page was was kind of an example who came up as an independent woman wrestler slur and well. She's very good looking. It was really in some ways. She started for self as a wrestler First Glamour Persons Second and Charlotte Flair was another one who came up in that year and Sasha banks and all that and so when they started having really strong matches I remember Charlotte and Sasha banks matches all over over and exterior including the one in San Jose. My in my city Vince McMahon was at that absolutely tore the house down. You know Adrian Neville and been valor that follow and could not follow that match which is amazing because those two are the best wrestlers in the world right now but the crowd was so hyper for the Charlotte. Sasha banks matching they really delivered on that night and I think that came into the exte- thing you had more and more of a groundswell of fans who saw that and wanted women wrestling no high-level women's wrestling supposed to models trying to wrestle the new wave of divas in the wwe had finally arrived but a trip to at and T.. Stadium in Texas in the spring of two thousand and sixteen would bring even more change after the break the divas get their name back. A feud for the ages and a slew of first I you're listening to the pro wrestling defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. Michael you're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday Monday through Saturday from nine. AM to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm Bite Nation Channel One fifty six or on demand with the series. XM APP taking you through the moments and superstars that defined a decade of wrestling. This is pro wrestling's defining moments of the decade back here on pro wrestling's wrestling's defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. I'm host the bust. It Open Dave or Greco. The Davis Division was about to undergo yet. Another change changed. We've seen a lot of changes over the last two years especially with page winning the divas championship kind of sense that something big was about the happen is he. W Legend Tommy Dreamer on the turning point for the women was through social media where it was almost like give the divas a chance and that started this movement or when you saw the so cold four horse women in annex t stepping up and it was really. WWe answering the call from the fans and the girls answered the call to and you know you think about that for this past decade. It's only been a short time. But in that short time they have taken and the tradition and history of wrestling and thrown Atma garbage in her trailblazing their new paths just hours before Wrestlemainia thirty thirty two at. At and T. Stadium. Texas Stephanie McMahon informed the Divas they would now be known as WWe superstars the divas name was dead and before for the match that would steal the show at Wrestlemainia. Alleged officially kickstarted. The women's evolution abolution of women in this business is the divas revolution. They are so much more than divas here. In this ring today they are all. WWe Superstars Sodas with my great honor to let you guys know tonight. The winner of the triple threat will be the recipient of the first ever. WWE wwe women's championship.

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New Ozzy Osbourne Album to Be Released in January

Steve and Ted

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

New Ozzy Osbourne Album to Be Released in January

"Morning to take a backseat to his crazy train and singing and touring as of late after recovering from a bad fall earlier this year the force the Black Sabbath singer to hang up his boots for a while to heal Ozzy's wife and manager Sharon Osborne says in a new SiriusXM interview with the just cable show but also you can't sit still for long it is planning on releasing his new studio album in January Sheeran's as Ozzy has been super depressed since he took is bad fall but now that this new album is ready to go

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Alexa Now Offers SiriusXM Student Premiere Package in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Alexa Now Offers SiriusXM Student Premiere Package in Canada

"And like to listen to Sirius Xm Kim here is a new package that they have that is available to listen to on Amazon Lexi. They just put out a recent news release. He's a press release and it says that they've created the package called the student premier package and it gives students all the content in Sirius. XM's premier Um your streaming package for four dollars per month that sixty nine percent off the regular price which is normally twelve ninety nine per month and and the vice president of Syria. Sam Says Today's students group listening to Sirius Xm in their parents car and then we have the package just for them and of course the reason. I'm bringing this up on the flash. Briefing today is that you can listen to your Sirius. Xm audio through Amazon Lexi if that is what you choose to do so if you are a fan in of Sirius Xm and you're a student and you are interested in getting that four dollars a month pretty good deal so check it out hope you enjoy it. Oh and before I forget I do want

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Al Franken Lands Weekly Talk Show on SiriusXM

WAOK Programming

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Al Franken Lands Weekly Talk Show on SiriusXM

"Former Minnesota senator al Franken is returning to the public sphere with a new weekly radio show on SiriusXM Franken resigned in December twenty seventeen after multiple women accused him of unwanted sexual advances the al Franken show will make its debut on Saturday Franken said listeners will hear both comedy and politics on his show he said comedians such as Chris rock and political friends like former Nevada senator Harry Reid will be

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Al Franken to make return on weekly SiriusXM radio show

Ben Maller

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Al Franken to make return on weekly SiriusXM radio show

"Al Franken. gets a new radio show on Sirius XM. pretty exciting. yeah he's good on radio. then name is good on radio and interesting things to say friends who liked him. yeah he's out in June yeah people like him because of his point of view and not because he's good radio but he and I member sitting next to him and he and I were on the same stage I actually quite liked him. the end of a character about ten he that I think he chickened out I think you should have stayed in and dealt with what was

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Andrew Luck's Injury Related to 'Small Little Bone' Issue, Says Colts' Jim Irsay

Dana Loesch

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Luck's Injury Related to 'Small Little Bone' Issue, Says Colts' Jim Irsay

"Andrew luck's ongoing absence from Indianapolis Colts training camp is related to a bone issue in his lower left leg that's the colts owner Jim Irsay told SiriusXM NFL radio Monday that these things was called like you know mold something else it's a small little blown in writing team had it and Raheem Brock I think as the trainers told me that also audio also played back this morning on ninety three five and one of seven five the thing and say did not indicate whether locks diagnosis had any effect on his eventual return

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"siriusxm" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"On SiriusXM about the president creating an environment to which violence is encouraged followed by the sounds of a Bernie Saunders volunteer trying to kill Steve Scalise at a baseball field very close to the studio it's quite ironic that a man who is criticizing the president for being a racist as a Jew as an American Jew had no problem honeymooning and I'm not joking look it up honey mooning in the Soviet Union one of the most anti semitic totalitarian regimes outside of the **** third right they lie to you every single day but we won't let them last night I have to say hot spot I am so excited every time that my friend Tucker Carlson has the greatest strategic mind in America today Victor Davis Hanson on his show Tucker's been being given a lot of grief for the last eighteen hours because he called the white supremacist threats in America a hoax but just listen to the audio at least listen to how Victor Davis Hanson in a hundred and twenty seconds demolishes all the arguments of the left let's listen to Victor Davis Hanson on the technical some show Cup seven we are the most racially intermarried assimilated integrated country in the world soccer like you and I couldn't go to China and say we're Chinese because we don't look Chinese the Mexican constitution as have been in it that said it was immigration had to preserve its racial essence awards is all about and Elizabeth Warren did not fake a Finnish identity she didn't say I want to be the place finish professor Harvard in battle well I didn't say my name is Fritz on store I want to take advantage of all those white privilege and people don't trailer names are per compound names and what's the what's the force of my own ancestry dot com or twenty three in may it's to find some of the background in this racially intermingled and as someone in society we don't know exist and maybe we can find something that's not white that we can translate into careerist advantage in the fashion of Elizabeth Warren Beto o'rourke racial does all in Seoul it's kind of a construct and when you say white supremacy and service for very wealthy liberals and I think wealthy and it's a class thing wealthy minorities it says I'm a cake even though I have the privilege that doesn't count because I'm saying that guy in Bakersfield or about four one guy now fully chill is a deplorable or he's a claim or any house privilege and therefore and also announce career advantages obviously and we don't even talk about class anymore Tucker I mean here we are just think of it we have a Cory Booker who's a child to be IBM executives and we have a lives with her Harris who has all the intellectual privilege in the world both her parents for P. H. P.'s and we have Elizabeth Warren who faked an ID I never think identity who's a Harvard professor and they're yelling about all these people who supposedly have the privilege that they have and it's sort of it's become a nun I didn't need policy for wealthy people in the media politics and academia that once you say that your virtuous and you're spotting races under every bad and he has for supremacy have privilege near you can say almost anything genius genius how do those with warm get her professor hobbit by claiming she's a Caucasian from Finland really is that how it works in America because we so racist and I have a rule once they get elected by redeeming himself what Fritz Roque Victor Davis Hanson in to analogies blasts the arguments out of the water if you want more from this man go to American greatness am greatness dot com where he writes every week apps Luthuli sublime might deal Kohl's let's go to make line three in Philadelphia neck welcome to America first doctor gore good afternoon hi the court that I could I could turn around the Bernie Sanders and I I can ask him how exactly did we get to this moment Bernie hi I don't we get here and this is how we got here Donald Trump decided to respond to the squad into a larger Cummings when they were spreading lies about what's going on at the border and what the situation is and the school and in particular the squad because they were denigrating the United States they were they were constantly doing it and it was being amplified by the media so Donald Trump correctly correctly asserted that it was picking up traction and he decided to take it on head on hello are you coming Dr Gordon I know you've seen footage of him at that committee hearing yes discuss the maniac he was like a maniac screaming at the guy from homeland security and he was acting like a warlord in the Middle Ages he was ready to execute the guy you got to court how are you nailed it Nick how did we get here because the left brought us here and somebody to respond and it took a find a from queens to do it call Donald Trump god bless you Nick Superman I suspect have you got my book I don't have a doctor gore covered stay on the line because of that cold you get a copy of why we fight nicely done look he he stop the calls of anything he's the response the billion sound at the and god bless Donald Trump by having the re ball it is fine the G. O. P. lacked for thirty years of the Ronald Reagan walked out of the White House we lost our backbone and finally took a non politician who beat a Democrat for most of his life to save enough of the insanity and we are pushing back that's why we are here to here in America first and remember if you want to be proficient if you want to be able to protect your family you have to be able to.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"SiriusXM channel eighty football as we know right around the corner the NFL kicking off in seven weeks and what questions out there is what can we expect from the new look brown's the going into the season with some talent and some confidence including the confidence from their quarterback centers you were asked to combine the prospect of playing for the Browns and he said anyone can turn that franchise around it be me how you feeling about that you know some people are of the wrong way because they read it is he thinks he can do themselves now it is the attitude that I try and bring I've you that is that's my next challenge and that's what I want to do you very famously are the underdogs older anymore how you find things to feel you when there are really haters and used to keep a list and all that stuff but I realized you know so that's gonna run out you look at Michael Jordan or Kobe or Tom Brady is still playing they have the inner motivation you know they have every reason to be in place and say you know I don't have to do this but when you find your routine you find what you're you know what drives you that's that's really key first of all this is the most people we've had in this room ever but for I mean but you guys showed up walk me through your reaction your emotions when you found out I don't know if I could walk you through it was pretty hectic I just remember you know you're in the rumors and stuff going back and forth and here in the kind of ups and downs of is going to happen is it not and then I got a text from Freddie and he said we just got a little bit better and a little bit yeah and casual Freddie terms so now that was it was really exciting and I had a friend on the couch because oh my god you guys just got a dell so maybe maybe not holding anything back out of it just you know overcome with emotion because you know I I know him and everybody can have the perception but who is in the locker room you know the bar the standard he sets that goes much further than anything you could ever go when you won the first game the CD react I'll be honest I was a little worried about the city coming down of excitement no it was you could tell these were just overcome with joy overcome with emotion like a weight lifted off the shoulders and that's that's really you know the feeling that I had to like okay let's get used to this and you know it's a joy it and move on knowing like the fans have been through do you feel even greater pressure said bring this team to the playoffs and finally a reward them after so much misery who feel pressure you know these kinds of service you know they're they're Die Hard fans and it's very rare to have you know fans like that through thick and thin trying to reawaken that beast is John Dorsey says and get these people excited because they have a taste of that feeling in a long time.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"I think that is very cool yeah yeah about it because you think minerals you'd think iraq yes going way down and drilling he's right it's a mineral that's when it's you know minus twenty celsius it's pretty close to its melting point zero celsius sweet all right man so it sounds like this is pretty much science that settled it settled in the scientific community okay all right well then the you know then let's explore whether or not it settled with our caller's why don't we go to the phone and take schuyler who is calling from san francisco schuyler how's it going i'm doing great thank you for taking my call and tonight it's a pleasure to speak to you greetings are you a member of the planetary society is that what i'm seeing honoree member of society i visited it last month in doing research science fiction novel that i'm writing oh good and your work with the solar sails and was very important to me because in my book i use those and some solar sail everybody is a spacecraft for the big shiny sheet that so low mass chuck yes how low mass is so low mass that sunlight gives it a push and you say we'll light has no mass how can it have any momentum it does late is pure energy and it has momentum and this is a consequence either of classical physics pointing victors and so on or relativity you get the same answer so this is these ideas have been around about making sources spacecraft for decades and the planetary japanese aerospace exploration easy jackson did it and the planetary society is done it to citizen funded space craft.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Call it imminent danger is it truly eminent danger that's the problem the feature of climate change is it's happening in slow motion okay so you over the course twenty thirty fifty years is just a little longer than you can get your head around but yeah we had we had these catastrophic storms very expensive watery rico is a mess houston is badly damaged and so called florida these places and so these are all going to cost money and you can't tie any single one any single weather event to climate change but the big picture is we expect with the warmer ocean to have stronger storms and that's what we've got and so we also expect higher snowfalls in some places because the oceans warmer so more water evaporates in the nominally cold years cold time of year rather cold seasons and so these are all things that you'd expect from the electric computer models that prime scientists rate and the striking thing you if you watched i hope everybody watches the film at least once you know you can go back and see it a couple times right you know buy a ticket each i'm here for you men no there's a guy in the film job started who's a meteorologist and he's a conservative commentator he goes on conservative television radio in and says climate changes in an issue don't worry about it it's a small okay but he apparently missed a huge thing when he was in school and by that i mean i'm talking about the greenhouse effect carbon oxides tiny fraction of the earth's atmosphere okay nowadays point four percent points percents this is the same as four hundred parts per million talk about parts per million it used to be three hundred anyway he apparently listening to him talk believes that because it's a small fraction this tiny fraction less than half a percent rather less than half of a tenth of a percent way he thinks that because it's a small fraction it would have a small fact but we all eat food and that comes from green plants which depend on carbon dioxide correct and so without carbon dioxide that role.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Founded siriusxm satellite radio and you know now transgendered but married to the the same woman for thirty plus years in multiple kids and knew nothing about biology and had a daughter who is afflicted with pulmonary hypertension and ends up going and identifying a compound in wellcome trust and gsk that is totally improbable they say you'll never be able to formulated will never work in humans she literally is picking up a highschool biology book him teaching herself and in surrounding yourself with brentwood total outside right in every facet every definition of it and ends up with a drug that works and today it's a billion and a half dollars revenue she pays gsk every your hundred fifty million bucks temper some royalty and sus explained are publicly traded company and so that's the kind of outsider that looks at something and whereas most people like oh that'll never work and you always hear that from older entrepreneurs and older executives the young people are really naive standrds famous mackerel guy was when my early investors i remember stand saying for the same reason he was investing in so you know wasn't because we were smart was the same reason that somebody gave him money when he was early which was the same reason that they put thanking roles on the front line of war they don't know any better than to chart full speed ahead you want a little bit of that entrepreneurial naievety and sometimes that comes from an outsider who dozen know all the dogma inside of a sector so we love the rebel scientists that generally have something and by the way my favorite entrepreneur to back is somebody that is sort of like me in a way they have something broken something from their family something from a divorce background they were made fun of his a kid they had a list they were fat doesn't matter how much money or success the achieved there's always that empty sorta a inside and i have so many lps that actually have been attracted to invest with us because they themselves were like those people and it's just something that is this perennial inextinguishable fire that drive is people through their life and some of the great entrepreneurs you know maybe they were adopted maybe they were orphans they were made fun of they had some affliction they were dyslexic but there were something.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Founded siriusxm satellite radio and you know now transgendered but married to the the same woman for thirty plus years in multiple kids and knew nothing about biology and had a daughter who is afflicted with pulmonary hypertension and ends up going and identifying a compound in wellcome trust and gsk that is totally improbable they say you'll never be able to formulated will never work in humans she literally is picking up a highschool biology book him teaching herself and in surrounding yourself with brentwood total outside right in every facet every definition of it and ends up with a drug that works and today it's a billion and a half dollars revenue she pays gsk every your hundred fifty million bucks temper some royalty and sus explained are publicly traded company and so that's the kind of outsider that looks at something and whereas most people like oh that'll never work and you always hear that from older entrepreneurs and older executives the young people are really naive standrds famous mackerel guy was when my early investors i remember stand saying for the same reason he was investing in so you know wasn't because we were smart was the same reason that somebody gave him money when he was early which was the same reason that they put thanking roles on the front line of war they don't know any better than to chart full speed ahead you want a little bit of that entrepreneurial naievety and sometimes that comes from an outsider who dozen know all the dogma inside of a sector so we love the rebel scientists that generally have something and by the way my favorite entrepreneur to back is somebody that is sort of like me in a way they have something broken something from their family something from a divorce background they were made fun of his a kid they had a list they were fat doesn't matter how much money or success the achieved there's always that empty sorta a inside and i have so many lps that actually have been attracted to invest with us because they themselves were like those people and it's just something that is this perennial inextinguishable fire that drive is people through their life and some of the great entrepreneurs you know maybe they were adopted maybe they were orphans they were made fun of they had some affliction they were dyslexic but there were something.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

"The howard stern show all right so then you called big foot and gave him the same yeah i can imagine how that when you allow mr big foot please go go grade my name is fred quivers from the serious accent computer department we'd like to update the password on your siriusxm radio can grab a pen please air war your airway durie not a problem mr big foot do you think you could memorize it worldwide wonderful the first letter of the password is a a bright the second ladder is b and then the third part of the password is hello we really close listen again that's correct and then the third parties whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa mm we won't wonderful now re the whole password please a b war uh the new move lorde well over mcgolgan for not a problem mr big put let's take it from the top story gigi very well stern shelves.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hey sportsmad the siriusxm free listening to that may be over which you can get it all back with packages starting at six ninety nine a month that's right college sports the prospanish 247 talk analysis and basically the best sports garbage around could be yours once again and that's just the beginning because we've got tons and tons of commercial free music plus comedy entertainment more waiting for you to subscribe now with packages startingsix ninety nine a month get all the details and subscribe at siriusxmcomjet as xm hey guys welcoming sorry fnfc studios i'm alexis units here with craig burley jacket his up at stevie nickel gap marcatti is also joining us you know we've got to tackle all of the action that went on in the champions league today let's have a look at the first group that is group f manchester city's girl bear in action today a depleted man city at that's against checks are john yes so shucks at one two one but banned city poverty through topping that group by they've got the manchester derby at the weekend that's where the other gave napoli they still where it and it with a shout but now they have crashed out after losing the northern who are at the table so you know now we have to go to gap marcatti gaba just how surprised are you napoli who are doing pretty well for themselves in the city odd to say the least crashing out of the champions league now in the group stages.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"With our phones with her this with downloads playlists takes for siriusxm alcohol jr i reiterate interview right now you're you're you're near you understand the to your home as well let's go your own villas are the app i'm sure worth the horizontal yes but what is on in the same breath though like yeah i know of vinyl is making a comeback too to a certain degree abadia acts bro on it it's strange the kids are that don't have any go the jailing aljahdali to undermine ha cosac is chad of yes i like it but they they didn't grow up holding something to listen to other than a i potter and three players so the fact it's becoming a bit of a novelty like like the fact that mike is know how to use a wrecker players i find is i think their friends find is like blows their mind at the liked that though the kind of like the social media who knows where it's going to transition from this place yeah no i just i mean i think as long as people i i like it whether it's vinyl whether it's cd would ever when they physically by something i think you have more of a bond and a connection to it i grew up working at a record store it's interesting what you said about japan because there was that documentary on tower records that came out on how many people sought tom hanks his son did it and they said the one place tower records is still thriving and we're cds are still really activists in japan and i agree with what you said you would think that that would be like you know the the opposite it there is there so so ahead but speaking of formats did i read where some of the early nickelback omsaar coming out on vinyl yet yeah we did a relief of some of the stuff on vinyl i remember trying to get the our records on vinyl a few years back and it was.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That espn siriusxm channel eighty we are still four more days away from the start of the nba finals sunday though the final day of rest before the stanley cup final phil perry and also pretty nerveracking so such station still us of separate still relatively new disley trying to myself the who is sold for sure a little bit less penguins really mad murray penguins trying to become the first team since the redwings at ninety ninety eight to win backtoback titles penguins host the predators in game one monday night or steve leave barry melrose their back in pittsburgh just as we were last year the building might have changed his name but the home remains the same excellent the pittsburgh penguins look at become backtoback stanley cup champs and barry this is our twentythird can say if he very gal unbelievable luckiest guy in the world i'd have to agree that kid so i would say that nashville is rather lucky to be here i mean after all they are the sixteenthseed the sixteenthseed is not making it to the nba finals how is that possible to make the stanley cup final couple of things for national numberone packer any turned into the best goaltender in the world i can't believe he's not gonna win the contract winner loses lose guts and the second thing is a defense very mobile they create a lot offense but also really good defensively a heck of a defense i think it's the best one in nhl whatever corser key players p k so bad acquired in a critical trade from montreal of the prayed they have their eyes squarely on the prize part of the our success in asheville has been this staying in the moment living in the mall that end.

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"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"siriusxm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That espn siriusxm channel eighty we are still four more days away from the start of the nba finals sunday though the final day of rest before the stanley cup final so no prisoner writings such station still it's still relatively new trying to for myself definitely so for sure maybe a little bit less lesser penguins volley mad murray penguin trying to become the first team since the wings at ninety ninety eight win backtoback titles penguins host the predators in game one monday night or steve levy barry melrose of their back in pittsburgh just as we were last year the building might have changed his name but the home remains the same excellent the pittsburgh penguins look at it become backtoback stanley cup champs saberi this is our twenty thirdconsecutive he's unbelievable luckiest guy in the world i have to agree with that kid some would say that nashville is rather lucky to be here i mean after all they are the sixteenthseed the sixteenth seed is not making it to the nba finals how is that possible to make the stanley cup final couple things for national number one pecorelli's turned into the best goaltender in the world i can't believe he's not gonna win the consultations when a racist democrats and the second thing is a defense very moldau they create a lot offense but they're also really good defensively a heck of a defense i think it's the best one nhl one of that of course are key players case bad acquired nee critical trade from montreal savannah the fred's they have their eyes squarely on the prize part of the our success in asheville has been this staying in the moment living in the mall that end.

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