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90-Year-Old Franklin Man Celebrated With Birthday Drive-By Parade SW Of Boston
"Style honors a 90 year old veteran in Franklin Step BBC TV's Paul Burton. He was at the celebration, smiling from ear to ear under his mask, 90 year old Frank Liotta. Got a birthday party Surprise will never forget. This is my best 90th birthday On Saturday, Franklin Police, followed by friends and family held the drive by birthday party outside his home. Back here. E enjoyed life to this point, and I'm gonna enjoy continued to enjoy it behind you got friendship can live alone. Ryota has certainly lived life to the fullest. The U. S Navy veteran is also a member of the Franklin Elks Post 2136 on some island. He's heavily involved with the Massachusetts Veterans Association and regular visits hospitals playing bingo and other games. Supplying clothes, food and gifts. His daughter, Cherry was brought to tears. He's given so much stuff. What we didn't know who needed it. It's clear from the outpouring of love that frankly, order means so much to this Franklin community and beyond, the family says he's already donated nearly happened million dollars to local charity. Why does he do it? Because he loves to see people smile like to see people happy and by me doing it makes me happy. E thought the police were gonna take me in. If he's guilty of giving back to his community, he says he has no regrets as sirens, balloons and horns feels his Southgate road He's looking forward to 2021 returning to the Elks Lodge, which he greatly Mrs. Great to be here on. Keep those mask on in Franklin on Paul Burton. WBC news is by
Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley
"Harry Maguire managers are get booked twice in the space of half an hour reese James Manages to get sent off after the final whistle and England lose at home to Denmark. Chose Maguire's having a rough time. Do you blame him or do you blame the managers who keep playing him? To start. Button, ready with United Against Peres I thought that was even worse with England on on Wednesday night I mean why is going on? There's a second yellow card he tackles with his left foot right-footed. Like maybe I don't know. But even just defy. Logic of anything and he's just I think he needs a break. I think you need to stop playing for a while. I think just needs to refocus reenergize just just having breakfast just stop do something. To do something bit, don't play with united at the weekend against to. Surly doppler with united. against. Chelsea and Aston, which are the next to. Premier League. I think it could get worse. Okay. But I agree with you on the wire but should we be called? I know we all love Gary Southgate because he's not very nice guy you don't like him. Till you're going to blame him as well for. What Clearly you can see that. Lacks confidence lacks form likes pretty much everything. Much much fitness sharpness everything what you play him was you pay me in the game night. This were already you were not good against bedroom, for example and not. Even McGuire and then you play in a game like this again I i. think you need a break I think everybody can see it and I just hope you get say for his own sake I will say this about southgate because we're seeing the same film that unwound with every single previous in England coach. Everybody jumped on the bandwagon. So great it's love show good whether at the time was competitor happened with hearts and Ericsson and then all of a sudden they turn on him and totally go the other way. Observe Gab look at the last four games, your food not run.
Tens of Thousands in SoCal Still Without Power After Punishing Weekend Heat
"A real toll on the power power grid grid with with almost almost 70,000 70,000 Southern Southern California California Edison Edison and and L. L. A A Department Department of of water water and and power power customers customers without without electricity electricity this this morning morning for for some some of of those those people, people, the the light light and and air air conditioning conditioning are are not expected to be restored until tomorrow. The bulk of the outages are in L. A. D. W P territory, including silver like Lemur Park and recede a around 20,000. So Cal Edison customers are in the dark in places like San Gabriel Southgate, Whittier and Newport Beach. A statewide flex alert, calling for energy conservation will be in effect again today from 3 to 9 this evening. It's not No
Woman Seen Stealing, Killing Kitten In South Gate, Near Los Angeles
"Authorities were looking for a woman who was caught on camera killing a kitten at someone else's house. It was just past midnight on Monday when a doorbell camera cops unidentified woman coming up on Cindy Esquivel's porch in Southgate. She reached for Esquivel, six week old kitten that was sleeping on top of the cooler and held on to him as she wandered. And rummage through whatever was around her. She looked very intoxicated, very drugged out. I'm not sure which one of the two Esquivel woke up and realized what had happened when she checked the video. She was in shock when she saw the woman at one point, holding the kitten out with one hand and spring bug spray on him with the other. This person I just don't understand how they could do something like that to a little innocent animal. It's it's It's scary. After the woman left Cindy's house with the kitten, she apparently went two doors down and tried to break into her daughter's house. Later that morning, Esquivel's family found the kitten dead nearby. His jaw had been broken. Just devastating. I mean, When I got the pictures of the kitty, I was like, Oh, no, that
Caught On Video: Woman Wanted In South Gate, Los Angeles, Killing Of Kitten
"Of people are left to wonder who would do such a thing. Authorities air trying to find a woman who was seen on security video killing a kitten. It happened Sunday night, A woman with orange hair was seen on video walking up to a house in Southgate picking up the kitten who was sleeping on the porch and spraying it with bug spray. The kittens owner Cynthia Esquivel tells K attacks. The kitten was only six weeks old, and she was supposed to be adopted. Someone said, Well, maybe it got run over I go. The kitten was 10 inches long. It's head of the size of a golf ball, and on Lee, it Like face was crushed. She was born here in my house and lived on the porch and I had just found a home for her. The animal was later found dead with a broken jaw, and neighbors say the suspect behave strangely going to another home to borrow a pair of pliers. Local residents are working with Southgate police to track down the suspect by posting flyers about the incident and sharing the video with animal rights groups.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
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"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Welcome back to another Episode of New Media Lab Today we have our first guest the incomparable troy hybrids trae is not only a green podcast but a good friend before we get to the interview let me introduce myself I am your host Robert South and I am so thrilled you decided to join me before we jump in Detroit Center I want to tell.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"This is a really difficult question. Oh that's a great question. That's a good question. That is a great question. That's a really good question. I love this question and i think this this really is going to help me kind of meditate and grow on it want to hear the answers checkout season. Two of new media lab with robert southgate new episodes leads every tuesday available on spotify. I tunes google podcast and wherever you subscribe to your favorite podcasts <music> welcome back to another episode of new media medialab. I've got a fan tastic episode for you today before we get into who my guest is. Let me introduce myself. I'm your host robert southgate southgate and i am so honored that you have decided to join me as promise last time. I have a great interview for you today. Some of you may know this person and for those of you that don't it is my pleasure to.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Welcome back to new media lab. Thanks so much for joining me again. Hey this week. We have another fantastic guest at the time of this recording. Back in November of two thousand eighteen wing Kwena was still pretty new to podcast short time as content greater she's really figured a lot out and has some valuable insights that you shares as you may know these interviews were conducted as part of my thesis for my MBA harkening, I was out to prove you don't need to be a celebrity to have successful podcasts. Live it or not. That was actually not Arthur approve at all. But I wanted a wide variety of experience levels, and genres and podcasting to be represented. So we would get an interesting cross section of ideas. We had gotten to know Queen because she was one of the podcasts at the women podcast festival that my wife Martha, I run the reason that I wanted newer, podcasters, I thought they would have some different insight. It's the more experienced podcasters. I was correct. Just not in ways I expected Queen gave me a six-year podcast veteran with over two thousand recordings under his belt some major things to think about she's doing things that I knew I should. But that I wasn't. She has good practices that we can all learn from also highly recommend following Queen Komal on social media to see exactly what she's doing to get so much engagement. Before we get to the interview, I do have a little business to take care of I, we have a patriot page where you can directly support this show and help keep us going coming up in July. I plan to share a couple of exclusive extended interviews from this series, one of which is over two hours long, and chocked full of information that I've never shared before. A show like this is best when the audience and host are engaged with each other. In other words, getting conversation with me, either through Email Facebook, Twitter Instagram, patriot anyplace else that you can find me the Email for this show is Southgate small business at gmaiLcom..
Champions, Europa League Finals, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Final and More to Watch
"Drawn by the Harry Kane would stop the Champions League final against Liverpool Finland. Captain insists he's fit and ready to face that Premier League rivals in the Madrid showpiece on Saturday. Purchasing says he has faith in the whole squad food. Influence, although TV says he's above the believes the faith new coli rights to the final when insurance. Was a new name. Quantify much at this heat, the undo the cut Sutton unpack here in trip, yet, and Harry wings have been left out of the final twenty three man squad for England's nations league finals campaign next month. Gareth Southgate has also up to Southampton. Joe Nathan Redmond and James ward Prowse at high for the tournament in Portugal, England take on the Netherlands in the semi final and Carl at member. Tends to first round action today at five games in the final set with Jeremy shoddy at the French Open bad light stopped play yesterday, in the decider after more than three hours on court. Britain's Cameron Nari meets Frenchman edit Ben Sherry in a strap
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Today? Yeah. I think that'll be today because I don't wanna go too far from where we got our lying right right at I guess. I'm sorry. I got one more. Go ahead. How does? How do the Twitter numbers compute to downloads? Our example in April, I had nine hundred nine downloads, right at least that's the number. Matt gave me, but I've only been posting to Twitter, you know, three times a week when show comes out. Yeah. They don't. Okay. They don't could they. Yes. Think of it as you're putting advertisement out there at advertisement usually get a one to three percent return on. So if if you've got thirty thousand followers, you should pick up between three hundred and while neck as three thousand listens. Which is pretty significant. Right. Yeah. Well, three thousand three thousand would be ten percent so three hundred but that's three hundred extra listens. Because people saw your stuff on there. And they clicked on it. And it Bill audience out of that post now that there's no way those are hard numbers. Okay. I'm just making up. But but the the one to three percent is a real thing in advertising. So if you think of it as advertising is really just engagement. It's engagement with your audience. That's what you're trying to do is give them engagement. So they feel value. So they wanna talk to you. And that's when they wanna listen to your show. So Scott's numbers do not translate to his downloads. They should. It's because he's not providing value. So all they're seeing this promotion every time if they felt like they were in conversation with their his download numbers would be even higher. Okay. If you're looking for it to happen in a month. That's not gonna happen. Right. All right. K and anyone that's listening. Listen gaming, Scott. If you like gaming shows, it's a fantastic show. I love when he has interviews. They're phenomenal. The phenomenal. Time to grow that audience. Chime for me to do my job and be an executive producer get him growing that audience because I'm telling you, it's it's a excellent excellent show. That deserves to be heard it deserves that audience. It has a lot more. So. Yeah. Gaming with Scott, excellent show, at of course, the Kevin long show is an excellent show our Kevin give your social media again, you can find us on Twitter at the Kevin long S H one. You can find us on Facebook by searching, the Kevin long show or you can Email us at the Kevin long show at gmaiLcom rate. And if you are going to post something you wanna post something to either of us one, let's let's do a hashtag for. What do we call this creators lab do hashtag? Okay. If you want to send something to us regarding this particular thing use the hashtag creators lab, I think that'd be pretty cool. We might get a few post here and there and trust me if you post that I've read it, and I'm gonna respond. The other thing is use the hashtag support. Indie podcasts always used that. Because that's what we're all about. And if you have questions for me right to me at Southgate, small business G, mail dot com. You can also find me on Twitter at our Southgate or on Instagram at rob Southgate, or you can find a centre website Southgate media group dot com where we've got over a hundred shows, and blogs, and podcasts blogs and all sorts of stuff going on. And if you have questions don't hesitate to write in for that matter, we might end up putting on a show if you've got a good one I recorded another group that. Wanted me to review their show, and I'll bring that out here in the next couple of weeks I recorded with them in talked all about their show. So stay tuned for that this week. We have our next guest. I don't know. Did you listen to the Scott Philbrick one? I did which I think I thought it was great. That's where my that's where my questions were coming from. That's yeah. Good good. It's one of my favorites this week. I believe I'm going to do the Queen Cuomo episode which Queen is she's at the time recorded into podcasters, she's kind of killing it right now. But what I recorded this back in December. She was still kind of new and get her feet wet. It's really interesting to get the perspective of somebody like her versus somebody like Scott Philbrick and hearing how they're kind of saying the same things, even though, you know, it's the common knowledge we all have, but one is putting into action the different way than the other. So stay tuned for that win Cuomo is the one I'm going to Thursday. Decision was just made until next time. Kevin I will talk to you next week until time keep creating.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Out. As with each of these interviews, I try to leave with three key takeaways. The three that's out to me from Scott. Our number one be authentic number to cross promote with other shows and number three actively interact with your listeners. What are your takeaways what it Scott say that affected, your business and content creation going forward? Share your thoughts on the Facebook threat of this episode of I would love to read your. You can find scotch website at astonishing legends dot com. Make sure to follow Scott Phil broke his co host forest Burgess and the astonishing legends podcast on Facebook. And definitely join their Facebook group as well. Find astonishing legends on your favorite podcast app. Apple podcast, Google podcast, Stitcher Spotify. Tune in wherever be sure to subscribe and give astonishing legends great reviews while you're at it. Please subscribe to new media lab with Robert Southgate wherever you listen to podcasts. You can Email the show at Southgate small business at gmaiLcom. New media lab is on Facebook, simply search for at new media lab xo our networks website is Southgate media group dot com where you can find this as well. As over a hundred other podcasts pleasant logged videos information about our live events information wrote a book, we might have coming out shortly and more if. If you wanna follow me, personally, I'm on Twitter at ourselves or on Instagram at Robson support this show. Awesome extra content becoming a patriot like that extra footage. I alluded to earlier with Scott Philbrick, go to patriot dot com slash new media lab. Choose your tier please rate and review this show on whatever service. You subscribe to podcasts on it really helps others find the show and tells me if you like what I'm doing here, you can find new media lab on items, Google dot casts, Stitcher Spotify tune in radio and hopefully anywhere else that distributes podcast. If you can't find us, let me know. And I'll rectify that situation all this plus more links will be in the show notes and on our website. Don't worry if you don't have a pen to write this down. Thanks again. Scott Bill for helping with my thesis and for being such an incredible guest. That's it. For this week, everyone the next episode of creators level trop next Tuesday. And we'll be back with our next guest. A new media lab on Thursday until then get out there and create something.
Los Angeles police arrest suspect in 'slasher' attacks
"The LAPD has arrested a suspected serial slasher who attacked people from his bike. Police say the man wrote up people at random and slice them in the face LAPD. Captain Dan Randolph says the man attacked at least nine people around south LA. The suspect has been terrorizing the cities of Los Angeles and Southgate for the last couple of months. He says it appears the nineteen year old who was arrested is homeless. Police put out surveillance video yesterday of the slasher riding on his black and Green Mountain bike. Detectives found a man in
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"This is a really difficult question. Oh, that's a great question. That's a good question. That is a great question. It's a really good question. I love this question. And I think this really is going to help me kind of meditate and grow on it. Want to hear the answers checkout season two of new media lab with Robert Southgate new episodes every Tuesday available on Spotify. I tunes. Google hod Cass and wherever you subscribe to your favorite podcasts. Welcome back to new media lab. I am so happy you've decided to join me. Again. I am rob Southgate your host. This week's guest is Andrea Klunder from podcast and be and the creative imposter both shows are exceptional and deserve your time. In fact, I think everyone that listens to media lab. Should subscribe to podcast envy as well. Can you tell them a big fan before we get to the interview I do have a little business to take care of? I a show like this is best for the audience and hosting gauged with each other. 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It's much much more than that in order to provide value to the new media lab patrons I asked another question of each interviewee that I'm not sharing on the free version of this show. Only supporters will get the answers the question. How do you monetize podcast? Yeah. I know the question they all get asked. And that you get asked all the time. If you're a podcast. After the answers. I got back were incredible. You don't wanna miss out on these each week? I plan to post the answers to the question by the guest featured on the free show exclusively for supporters on patriotic. I also plan to post unedited versions of some of the interviews occasionally as well. My suggestion. Pause the podcast. Go to patriotdepot dot com slash new media lab and become a patron today. After you've done that come on back. Listen to this episode. This week's guest is Andrea Klunder from podcast envy. Our interview interviews chock full of information, and ideas that are unique from any of the other guests and absolutely fantastic. Andrea really understands what it takes to be a successful podcast and freely. Shares her thoughts right here enjoy. So Andrea thank you so much for being on. I have some questions here. I up can you? Describe your podcast. Sure. I have two podcasts right now. The original podcast that I started with and have had the longest is the creative imposter, and that show is all about creativity. Entrepreneurship mindset, and as the name implies imposter syndrome, and it's kind of wide topic show in that. I interview different creative. Individuals anything from. Artists performers writers to entrepreneurs to healers to therapists to all kinds of different types of professions, who I see doing something uniquely creative and outside of the box. And we talk about a lot of different things. But the conversation always comes back to and focuses around this idea of imposter syndrome and self doubt, and how to move beyond those feelings and still create an still put work out there, despite whatever is going on internally in your own mind. And then I also do solo episodes on that show usually riffing off of some kind of topic that came up in one of the interviews, and or talking about relevant examples from my own life that show is at the time of this recording currently on a little bit of a hiatus since last summer, but will be coming back with some kind. New inventive format in two thousand nineteen that I'm working on. And then my current show that is active at this moment is podcast envy. And the podcast envy is a show all about how to craft a podcast that matters. So it's a lot of podcasting tips in advice beyond sort of just the what's the best microphone to us. And how do I make money on my show? We talk about little deeper things like how to build community or how to make a show that makes some kind of positive social impact some of those deeper kinds of questions what to do when you're feeling burned out, and you don't wanna make your show anymore. And I alternate again between interviews with other podcasters to see how they're doing things. And then also dispensing advice, as I guess this persona that I've taken on as being your podcast boss when did you start podcasting? So I launched the creative imposter in. In October of two thousand fifteen and that was my first show, and that has been steady up until summer of two thousand eight teen and we'll come back in two thousand nineteen. So that's what three years about three years ago and and podcast envy. Launched this past, sir. Just before I decided to take the highest with the other show, partly because managing to shows. In addition to everything else, I do is kind of insane has so podcast envy. Has only been out for August September October for about four months. Great interpret, this all you like are you a celebrity? I would say no, I just had I mentor a group of high school students, and they produce a show called power your story. And we just interviewed someone today who's a professional storyteller in Chicago. And they asked her if she knew anyone famous or had worked with anyone fame. Mous and or any celebrities, and she laughed and she said defense on how you define celebrity. And so I would say, no, although I have been building more. What would I say brand awareness around myself? I would say that more and more people in the podcasting space know, who I am as a result of my podcast. So I would not call myself a celebrity by any means, but definitely my network in my circle of influence has expanded since I began podcasting. Do you think that gaining audience today is the same as when you started podcasting? Yes. And no, no. Because I had no idea how to gain an audience when I started I had not any shred of a clue as to how to promote my show other than just making sure that it was in as many directories like apple podcasts in Stitcher and Google, and I mean at that time Spotify did not exist as a directory, but does now I really had no idea how to build an audience or get a following other than just telling the the small network of people that I have and the magic of IT tunes, basically. But now it's different because I have learned a lot more about marketing and positioning and have been more intentional and conscientious about how I'm positioning things specifically with podcast envy. So I just have more knowledge and more of a plan. And also, my approach has changed. Rather than just thinking of it as a podcast that I am promoting and marketing, I'm thinking of it as the whole brand over all. And so there are some people who may never listen to my podcast, but they're still some way in which the brand might be useful to them or they might engage with me on social media. Even if they're never going to actually listen to the podcast water. Three key things you've done to grow your audience. So one thing that has been huge is public speaking. And that is a combination of applying to speak at conferences. I just spoke at podcast movement this past summer for the first time, which was great and definitely gave me a bump in listenership. Also, I seek out opera -tunities here in Chicago locally to speak about podcasting and do free intro workshops. There's a place called nextdoor Chicago that offers free classes in the evenings centered mostly around being an entrepreneur business startup in that sort of thing, and I do quarterly free classes there, and that has really built up my audience and gotten more listeners for the show. And also, my client base, I might add. So just finding opportunities to speak about podcasting and be face to face with people in real time has been huge that would be number one number two would be thinking very specifically about key words in my show
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Scenes, and we took everything down at this moment. What is the secret of your podcast success? I would say probably one of the best things is John. And I have known each other for thirty plus years, you know, we've been friends for a long time. And we're doing something that we both like we're not we always like to say that we're skept skeptically optimistic about the things we talked about. But we also love what we're talking about. We have a lot of fun with it. And so because we know each other for thirty plus years, we've got a pretty good back and forth. And I think that comes out in the show because we've been friends for so long and be able to rely on another and there were the others going, especially in the show, that's mostly improvised. We have an outline we know we're going to talk about, but we make sure that we know the topic. And we just see kind of where it leads us. That's a huge key to us and a lot of. People always say, you know, or one of the things I like hearing from people when they tell us is like, oh, you know, you guys you can see you guys really know each other and you're very comfortable talking to one another. And I think that that comes through and helps helps quite a bit. But that's not something that's easily. You know, not everyone's going to know their hosts for you know, for that long. And that's not some hasta take that long. We're just lucky in that. And then aspect in your opinion. What's the next big thing? And podcasting. I think that the big thing that's coming outside of just what's in our control is better tech from better apps. You know, better you I and recommendations for more advanced metrics more advertising opportunities. It's time for them to shoot a grow up, and it is slowly. But I think that's the next big thing. As far as I don't know. Exactly, what that looks like, you know, but you know, better metric, so we can breakdown shows, you know, I wish that all hosting companies use the same. What is it called them metrics or whatever, you know, not metrics, but they use the same form ZOA. Download with this host counts as a download with that. Right. The same compliance, and they don't, but hopefully that we can get that in the future. Apps. You know, there's no great every app that's out. There has a fault. I tunes is really fallen behind. And you know, we're we're having issues with iheartradio. Not not always updating a Google their new app has been not updating us, you know, things like that and the search function and a lot of them is very much lacking. So I think and if someone could come out with an fantastic app, I think it would really help out. And the other thing is finding advertising doesn't, you know require the show to have, you know, fifty thousand dollars a month one hundred thousand dollars a month that the that they can work in that. If that means, you know, more shows if you want that not ever show wants advertising, but if you want that ability outside of like advertise cast or something like that. I think that's something that's gonna come in the future. And how about some shows be able to do it? There shows longer. You know, part is, you know, not getting burnout because the money dries up, you know, in your in your hobby pocket stuff like that. I told you brand had a lot of great ideas. I encourage you all to subscribe to hysteria. Fifty one to follow him across social media. There's a lot more to this interview. But like I stood before I'm only sharing the answers to the questions for my thesis on this show as with each of these interviews, I try to leave with three key takeaways. The three that stood out to me from Brant, our number one interact on social media, everyday to add real value to the content you offer outside of the show and three consistency. Yeah. We hear that constantly. Don't wait. I love this quote. He said don't retreat once you're there. So what are your takeaways? What it Brent say that affected your business and content creation going forward? Share your thoughts on the Facebook thread for this episode. I would love to read your insights, you can find Brent and his website hysteria. Fifty one dot. Dot com. Make sure to follow hysteria fifty one on Facebook and join their Facebook group hysteria nation, it's a blast. Find his show on your favorite podcast app. Be iheart radio. I tunes Google podcast, Stitcher. Tune in radio be sure to subscribe and give his show a great review while you're at it. Please subscribe to new media lab with Robert Southgate wherever you listen to your podcast. You can Email the show at Southgate small business at gmaiLcom. New media lab is on Facebook. Simply search for new media lab xo our networks website is Southgate media group dot com where you can find this as well as over a hundred other podcasts, plus blogs, videos information about our live events are more and just so much more. If you wanna follow me, personally, I'm on Twitter at our Southgate or on Instagram at rob Southgate, support this show and get awesome extra content by. I becoming a patron go to patriot dot com slash new media lab and choose your tier please rate and review this show on whatever service. You subscribe to podcasts on it really helps others find the show and tells me if you like what I'm doing here, and please share the show on all your social media. Tell your friends tell your family tell your enemies, we'll take care of them too. You can find new media lab on June's, Google podcasts Stitcher Spotify tune in radio and really hopefully anywhere else that distributes podcasts. If you can't find us, let me know. And I'll rectify that situation all this plus more links will be in the show notes and on our website. So don't worry if he didn't have a pen to write this all down. Thank you again to Brent hand for helping me on my thesis and for being such an incredible guest. That's it for this week's show everyone. The next episode of creators lab will drop on Tuesday. And we'll be back with our next guest. On new media lab on Thursday until then get out there and create something.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"This is a really difficult question. Oh, that's a great question. That's a good question. That is a great question. It's a really good question. I love this question. And I think this really is going to help me kind of meditate and grow on it. Want to hear the answers checkout season two of new media lab with Robert Southgate new episodes every Tuesday available on Spotify. I tunes. Google hod Cass and wherever you subscribe to your favorite podcasts. Welcome back to new media lab. I am rob Southgate your host. And I am so happy you've decided to join me on this journey last week's interview with Dave Jackson sparked a lot of questions I messages and emails about specific points that David made. I hope the answers I provided offered a little insight please keep writing in with DA's and questions. The Email here is Southgate small business at g mail dot com. And that's exactly what Kevin long did he wrote in asking about the value of getting on platforms other than I tunes? This started a conversation that resulted in a second show on this feed on Tuesday, we launched our first creators lab, we made it up on the spot basically because there was way more getting asked by Kevin than a couple of simple sentences on Facebook messenger, would've answered it's really cool. Kevin came on and asked a bunch of questions. He's had his show the Kevin long show for a while now. But like all of us. Us. He still has a lot to learn each week will address concepts to build and strengthen his podcast. Plus, I'll answer the questions that came up for Kevin after listening to the latest episode of the show, it's such a cool project. And I am really excited about it. As we progress will track his downloads and other data to see if our experiment is having an effect. I encourage you to listen and try some of these concepts for your own shows. So this is a great time to give my social media information. So you can get in conversation with me too. You can find new media lab on Facebook by searching at new media lab show. You can follow me on Twitter at our Southgate or an Instagram at rob Southgate. Our networks website is Southgate media group dot com where you can find this as well. As over a hundred other podcasts, and blogs and videos. There's just so much there. Finally, follow our newest endeavor on Twitter at Indy podcast project and be sure to use the hashtag. Support indie podcasts when post in your own shows or sharing anything podcast related. Did you know that we have a patriot page for those of you that don't know patriot. As a way for you to support artists and content creators directly I've set one up for the new media lab to help offset the cost of doing this podcast. I don't see patriot as like a tip jar. It's a lot more than that in order to provide value to the new media lab, patrons I asked another question of each person, I interviewed that I'm not sharing on the free version of the show only supporters on patron will get those answers the question. How do you monetize? Yeah. I know the big question that we all asking that. We get asked all the time the answers, I got back were incredible. You don't wanna miss out on these each week? I plan to post the answers to the question by the guest featured on the free show exclusively for supporters on patriot. I also plan to post unedited versions of some of the. The interviews occasionally as well. My suggestion. Pause this podcast, go to patriot dot com slash new media lab and become a patron right now. After you've done that come on back and listen to this episode. This week's guest is Brent hand from the hysteria. Fifty one podcast. It's a great show. That is absolutely killing it. I know Brent because he's a member of the Facebook groups, Chicago, podcasters unite and Chicago podcasters both of which I add men we met when we and his producer and wife. Lisa came to a podcast or meet up that we had put on since then Brent ni- run into each other constantly on the various podcast or groups that were members of Brenton is co host John Goforth are building a solid following. And have created a podcast. That is entertaining. As it is unique. I am honored that Brent offered. His wonderful insights to my thesis. And that he joined me for this interview. Why don't you? Describe your podcast. Yes. I am the co host of hysteria fifty one we've been doing it. We actually just had our two year anniversary in September. We are a comedy. I show we talk about conspiracy theories and the paranormal and the strange and anything weird that we can think of we cover that. And you can find us anywhere with Bod catchers, just look up hysteria fifty one. We also have a Facebook page as everyone podcast hysteria nation is a Facebook group and hysteria fifty-one dot com. If in case you forget any of that stuff where easy to find. Okay. So so Brent win. Did you start podcasting? So I started podcasting. We started in late twenty fifteen my current show hysteria fifty one we started in September of twenty sixteen. I had two shows previously that didn't take off the show that it lasts the longest before this was one called Radyr fad. And we went about six months on it and hysteria fifty-one kind of took off. But so coming up on three years for for solid podcasting. And how many episodes are you posting in a month four we you wanna week we released a new episode every Monday excellent. And is that consistent is at year round. Yeah. Yeah. Every week. Yeah. Yeah. So so far we've never missed a week fingers crossed stays up. Are you? I'm gonna ask another question here and interpret this the way you want, right. Are you a celebrity or is anyone associated with your podcast a celebrity? I'm not even a household. Name of my own household now, I have not as liberty. You know, people at the podcast and CUNY my know me because I'm active, but no, I'm not a celebrity in any way, shape or form. And and your partner is not either. No, no, not at all. Not at all. I wish I wish we would have because we we sure wouldn't of had to of fought and clawed. And Doug to get to where we are. But no, no, no, we are not. So that actually negates the next question, which is where you celebrity when you're starting s. No, I was not I was not do you feel like you're gaining celebrity at this point. We do you know what? So my wife, and I we always judge that as far as like, how many Facebook friends requests. So my wife is she helps produces show we actually had to make her a fake Facebook page because she got so many friend requests and stuff like that not a fake one. But we made her like page, so I guess the more downloads and the more publicity. We get we get a lot more people wanting to reach out and talk to us and things like that. But I I definitely wouldn't call it celebrity when you do show people wanna talk to you people want to interact people wanna get to know you because I think. I think that the difference between, you know, a lot of things in podcasting is people feel that they really get to know the person. And and because of that kind of leads into I want to know this person, I want to be friends, I want to interact with
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"This is a really difficult question. Oh, that's a great question. That's a good question. That is a great question. It's a really good question. I love this question. And I think this really is going to help me kind of meditate and grow on. It wanna hear the answers checkout season two of new media lab with Robert Southgate new episodes every Tuesday available on Spotify. I tunes. Google hod Cass and wherever you subscribe to your favorite podcasts. Welcome to the new media lab, creators lamp island. It's a pretty good name for this. What we're gonna do is. I am going to over. The course of the next. I don't know ten weeks four weeks. We'll see how this last. I'm going to interview Kevin long from the Kevin law show. Hey, kevin. Hey, I actually have not interviewing Kevin what we're going to do with. It's a very horrible thing that we're going to do and I'm gonna put it on a regular free feed. And if it turns out that people are really into this and want to get a little bit more. We might do supplemental episodes that we put on the patriot only. But for now, let's give it away because let's face it people have questions and just to give a little background about you. And I'm sure I want you to jump in on this. Kevin. Kevin is part of our network. He's part of the Southgate media group network came to us what three years ago. Yes. All right. And wanted to podcast, and boom is a podcast. And here's the deal. First of all, it's very niche the Kevin long show, and we'll get into what the niches in the second is a very specific group that were retargeting with it. And in the course of three years we've seen very tiny growth. Now, I believe that that growth is directly related to what Kevin is or isn't doing. And what I as a network had 'em doing or not doing. I think we can make this show grow. And I think the most important thing here is. Between us very often you and I right on Facebook. It'll be just a quick ask question. I'll give a quick answer boom or out. And then I thought you know, what I bet there are a lot of people that have show. That's three years old. That has you know, whatever let's say fifty listens and episode, and they really can't figure out why am I not up to five hundred or a thousand and they're going to be in the same boat. You are there are also people brand new to podcasting that can learn a hell of a lot before the three year Mark if we start talking about it now. Right. So Kevin I'm going to turn it over to you to get started. I want you to give background about the Tevin long show. What is it Harare? The Kevin long show is a weekly podcast that has to chose. I guess we'll call him shows on Monday. We talk about magic items and magic spells in dungeons and dragons and how you can use them. In your game. And on Thursday. We have the main Kevin long show where we used to talk about a whole bunch of nerd stuff. But I decided that by original concept was dungeons and dragons, so we're going to go back to focusing on just dungeons and dragons and basically the love of the game. Okay. It's happening in the game as a whole things that like new creator contents for all the old editions one thing that I have coming down the pipeline is some dude in Utah compared what what's characters the Utah Jazz would be if they were in the indie game. So we're gonna look at that. And just dungeons and dragons in all the stuff that comes with it. So you're gonna very specifically talking about that as a property the other the other fitness out there. We have a few shows that I know you listen to there's a thing called actual play podcasts where they played a game. And then you hear your fly on the wall listening to it. And they walk you through it. That's not what you do. You're talking about dungeons and dragons as a fan, so almost like a fan podcast of Dan. And eventually with the original goal was to do an actual play podcast. We're just not there yet as as a show. Okay. Okay. So first of all, here's one thing. I'm going to say. What you just said when we started versus where we are. Now where we started throw it away. We're starting from right now. Okay. The actual play thing. Let's let's make that part of your vision board. Yup. So right now we have magic Monday. And then we have the Kevin long show on Thursday. The the other thing the the actual play part of it is something that as a creator. We can say well, okay now, it's got legs. Now, we've got a lot of fans now we've got people that are really invested in this. And I want to do this actual play thing. I've got a cast for it. Great. We can either add that to this thread, we can give it its own thread, or that's the type of content that you say, this is my patriotic. Here's the Kevin long show patriot. This is what's going to be the fuel to help keep this going to pay for and what have you and you put your actual play show only on there. We're not there yet. Right. But that is definitely a goal that you want to put a pin. It. Okay. Now, everything you just said if I was starting to show. The very first thing. I would do what I'm going to kick you off with an assignment here real fast. Okay. Is you have already figured out your niche? Okay. What you need to do is figure out where that niche is. So tell me exactly what you're inches in niches deity phantom perfect. And you'd be surprised how many people ask a question like that. And they start talking about all sorts of what gigged of a nerd stuff and all this. Nope. Your niche is fans of DND, which there are a lot of it's a nice broad niche, but it is niche. Okay. The name the Kevin long show doesn't tell us that. Okay. One thing that we need to do it will upfront. Here we go. We're going to get into assignments. When when you're launching a show. Let's see you're on Lipson. That's where I do all of our stuff from there are different fields that you have to fill in when you're launching the show one is your show description. Okay. So if I go to the Kevin long show right now, which I am going. Two. And I look at it shows settings. Here's what I have showed us corruption. Kevin is buddies discuss all things geeky that's old, and it's horrible. That's not telling us anything to what I need you to do this week is write me a paragraph. Do an elevator pitch about what the Kevin long show is really niche it down. We know that it's fandom for DND. I want it to say that Kevin talks about his phantom for dungeons and dragons and do it in the third person because reading it is not you or is not talking to you. So it's in the third person and give it a good like four or five sentences that really tell the audience. This is what my show is. Here's what we do. Okay. And then from a technical standpoint the last part of it is to give a good setup. Oh, and we can add this later. I'm more concerned about getting that first part. Right. But we can add like a weekly podcast, though, podcast drops on Tuesdays, or whatever it is that the more information you can give to the audience the better off you are. But in the beginning getting that description right is key. When you when you go down, and you look at things like tags and keywords, I have things like table top nerd geek, dungeons and dragons,
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Welcome to the second season of new media lab. I m your host Robert Southgate, and it is great to be back. Lifer means world wind since post in the last episode of this podcast. It's hard to believe the last new media lab posted two and a half years ago, yet your we are right after launching the show, I started in MBA program in marketing Roosevelt university, which I just completed a couple of weeks ago as part of Miami. A I had the opportunity to an independent study which involved with the business side of podcasting. The thesis I had to prove was this podcast did not need to have a celebrity as a host to attract a large audience. It's a mixture of audience engagement consistency. And increasing visibility. The analytical process, I employed to prove my thesis was I enter viewed sixteen podcasters with audiences from fifty purpose owed to over three hundred thousand per episode. I asked everyone the same ten questions the answers. I got had a lot of similarities yet were all very different at the same time. The bottom line is I got a lot of incredible information out of each. And every interview I asked how they engaged with their audience their social media tactics, timing and consistency of show posting how they perceive gaining market share today compared to when they started podcasting. And what the host dude, which she high visibility we discussed best practices and what they perceive as the secret to their success. It was an absolutely fascinating project the provided insights, well beyond what my thesis posited being a content marketer. I couldn't simply conduct all these interviews. Filter them down into a paper and turn it in for a great and just leave it at that. I recorded these interviews and planned to share them right here on new media lab. And don't worry. I was up front about this with all my guests. In fact, they were all enthusiastic willing participants so much so that they agreed to help with another little project, but more on that in a moment. This is a really difficult question. That's a great question. Good question. That is a great question. It's a really good question. I love this question. And I think this really is going to help me kind of meditate and grow on. It wanna hear the answers checkout season two of new media lab with Robert Southgate new episodes every Tuesday available on Spotify. I tunes Google hod casts, and wherever you subscribe to your favorite podcasts. The second part of this project is I've launched a patriot page for those who don't know patriots away for you to support the artists and. Content creators directly I've set up. The new media lab patriot page to help offset the cost of doing this podcast. I don't see patriotic as a tip jar. It's much more than that in order to provide value to the new media lab patrons I asked another question of each interviewee that I'm not sharing on the free version of the show. Only supporters will get the answers the question. How do you monetize? Yeah. I know the question you get asked all the time. If you're a podcast or that you ask every podcast you run into the answers. I got back were incredible. You don't wanna miss out on these each week? I plan to post the answers to this question by the guest featured on the free show exclusively for the supporters on patriot. I also plan to post unedited versions of some of the interviews casually as well. For example, one interview was over two hours long, and Chuck full of ideas and information that simply I couldn't fit. It in the paper, I was writing. But that you will definitely want to hear my suggestion. Pause this podcast, go to patriot dot com slash new media lab and become a patron after you've done that come on back and listen to this episode. Also, if you wanna connect with the show, you can Email us at Southgate small business at gmaiLcom, you can find new media lab on Facebook by searching at new media lab show. You can follow me personally on Twitter at our Southgate or on Instagram at rob Southgate. Our networks website is Southgate media group dot com where you can find this as well. As over a hundred other podcasts, plus blogs, videos, Ben much more. Finely, follow our newest endeavor on Twitter at Indy podcast project and be sure to use the hashtag support. Indie podcasts when posting your own shows or sharing anything that's podcast related. Our first guest of season to his Dave Jackson. You may know him from the school podcasting. If you don't pause this and go subscribe to that show right now, you can come back and pick up right where we are. Okay. Great. I'm really glad you came back. Dave is been podcasting since April of two thousand five in helped
Listen To The Play By Play Of Harry Kane's Dramatic Comeback During The England Vs. Croatia Game
"What a Sunday and UEFA nations league, so many great matches. But we gotta start at Wembley England and Croatia winner-takes-all England wins. They win the group. Croatia wins. They win the group draw. Spain wins the group everybody got that. Yeah. Yeah. That second minute trouble here for Jordan Pickford onto ravage though. Take advantage pick for something. He can pick it up since the ball is coming from bell. But ravage doesn't take advantage of the opportunity eleventh minute nights past year. Harry Kane Raheem sterling Hellenic the big stops. What we see from him stealing a lot. These days taken up a much more central position using these pace to get behind finishing in the final Ha's improved. And it just. In the ensuing corner. Kick Harry Kane point blank reign. Why it open, and I mean, why open Harry Kane nut good. Extinct minute. Beat sterling to the ball. Harry Kane no goalie per staffer denied then is another big stop ripple from Dell on these reconfirmed, stealing noses pasted by six or seven goalkeeper takes head can publish. It are taking the touch the FOX them. The jazz was growing nil at the half fifty second minute. Marcus rash. Furred sterling another stop from the Croatian. The only sterling has got to take it for time. He doesn't know pretended to goes away if seventh minute and many Croatia highlights, here's one. Andrei Kamara dancing around can't find a window. He found one little help. But he found one say once normal you take that many touches invokes going wait from goal you really get the finished. But monitoring what the space. We'll join stones on on his backside and just opened up from though Croatia winning the group at this point in the match in England relegated. Seventy eight minute long. Throw ingesting lindgaard. The tap in one hundred percent, my kinda rains hurricane gets a ton rolling across the line. Yes. I love those happing city the layup. Eight banal still England is going down with this result. Spain winning the group eighty second minute nita's header saved up the line lingered. Megan big stops. These there. Nothing because Jordan picked was hunt. This well, eighty fifth minute Benca. Well, the free kick, and Harry Kane as a redemption story wide in the second half. But you cannot give him time space if you had to pick up some guy in the box it would be hurricane. He's wide open. Nice finish Southgate's excited to one England. So at one point in this match price will winning the group and then later Spain we're winning the room yet. It's England that ends up winning the group. They are food to the nation's league finals next June those to be held in Portugal. Croatia. Relegated to be the World Cup finalists.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Hi, just Jackson here on a upcoming episode. Set listening breeze. Our aunt, Kathleen, my I guess Lugar. Rob Southgate was on the show talking about his musical biography. A new types of food redoing onset listening Bruce called time with Terry the premises. You pick a song for every decade you've been alive? That's the only rob gave an absolutely wonderful song selection in the reasons he picked the songs where to so special look for it in the settling in Bruce feed soon. However at the end of the episode, I asked him what was coming up, and he gave several things that are happening in the Southgate media network things that Martha in he are involved in in one that is wonderful daughter. Molly isn't often. And I thought this was good. Enough that we should share this around the network. So here we go. So rob this will come out in a couple of weeks. Obviously take some time to edit as you well know, what do you got coming up in October. Okay. Well, hopefully, this won't be passed quite on it. I don't want. They will be every year. We do. I do a lot of live events. We'd a lot of things that kamikazes. And what have you first of all I suggest following us at our website, which is south eight media group dot com. Follow us on Facebook there as well. If you follow us on Twitter, it's at s MG pods and IMAX at our Southgate's, and I'm also on Instagram as rob south gay. So the reason I'm saying that is we have a lot of lives stuff. If you follow us on those things, you're gonna see his post about them, if you can make it out to something please do September twenty-ninth, which I know is going to be after this post fourth annual as g podcast marathon at that. Doctor who cafe I mentioned the boombox cafe in Elgin, Illinois. Those episodes will be on our feed live at the blue box. If you want content go to go subscribe to live at the blue box because there's a hundreds of shows from things we've done there and our pockets birth on a real white cut. Really interesting fantastic stuff. I dare say it's the best pocket marathon indie hottest marathon in existence at I'm. I'm excited for that. Now, it might be topped already because on October sixth at the other world theater venue in Chicago, which is right by Wrigley field. Just like the metro that. I mentioned we are doing the first ever women in podcasting festival. Dan, the reason that happened number one one of the tenets of our businesses. We always said, hey, my will doesn't look like a bunch of forty year old white dude's my world has all sorts of people and at least half of them are female at least. So why why is it? I go to podcasting things that it's like eighty percent ninety percent forty year old white guys. So we started the women podcasting festival as a way to change the narrative. It's it's awesome. The shows are is not a feminist marathon. What it is is. We said that they shows that are hosted by female identifying house does it mean that a man can't be on the show. So like, we don't. Just a black of Martha's the host for that. I can still be on the pest evil with her hosting because it's her shop, right? What we put together is just absolutely fabulous lineup. It's daytime performance. If you could make it that would because we had to pay for venue. We do have to sell tickets to that. And we really really need to sell tickets. Now, if you can't go, and you want to support us, you can either order ticket and just not show up which would be terrible. Were we have a donate button at the website? If you go to the website, click on the poster four whip women in August festival, and there's a donate button there, and you can help support it because if we don't sell enough tickets, guess what we can't do this again next you, and we already got women that are writing us from all over people are coming in from all over the country to be on this marathon this festival. It's it's five hours. And I I mean, we could do we could have three days with it. But I can't if we don't sell any tickets. So it's really it's just really important thing. It's very special loss. The that. It will also be on. At least on the website at Southgate media group. I don't know if I'm going to end up making a a festival feed that was all things because we do do a lot of these kind of things were actually talked about doing it a festival on diversity and bringing out a lot of other voices and show that like what's not a bunch of forty old white dude's doing this. There's a lot of interesting ideas out there and people with you know, I don't care who you are. If you have the flash you of the flash if you Bruce Springsteen, you love Bruce Springsteen, and you've gotta show about it. It should be highlighted. Let's see what else. I we're always doing stuff. If you just gotta follow us on things and you'll see it on there. We do have a patriot as well for Southgate media group and Jesse and I have been talking we are going to actually somewhat up listening. Bruce of it'd be helping him out with that. And we're probably do that across the network because it does cost something to do these. And it would be very helpful if people through a buck in here, and there that would really really make a difference. What else? What were they if you happen to be in Chicago during December? Molly is starring in a show at a theater, it is the world's first science fiction fantasy female theater exclusive theater. And this is their art Earl year ad for their Christmas show their holiday show. They're doing a show called the winter wolf at actually wrote it with Molly in mind is the lead and she is going to be doing twenty performances. So if you could be integrated into supper compassi to where wall because you you'll be crying here you're going to see some terriers in that it is. It's it's a motion. And it's it is science fiction easy. It's it's based on German folk tale, it's it's it's just beautiful. We the ring through a year ago, and the people there had no idea it was going to be made into a show. People crying somebody research ended and said please put this on stage and use this cast and Molly was a little girl on it. So there you go, I think everything.
NewsRadio Justice Department, Southgate and Civic Center discussed on KNX Programming
"A federal judge extends the temporary ban on. The posting of three d. printed gun, blueprints it's a win for, California's have heavier Sarah and other. Attorneys general who contend the, sharing of. Plans for these so-called ghost could prove deeply dangerous and have an unprecedented impact on, public safety the judge finds the untraceable and. Undetectable nature of the small, firearms poses a unique danger court does a. Very poor job of addressing the first amendment question attorney Michael overbearing as an adjunct professor at US's Annenberg school We don't like the. Effects of gun, violence real question is why is there an, incentive to engage in the bad. Behavior and what can we do, to punish the bad behavior and that's where the law needs to be targeting not in suppressing speech the attorneys general. Suit block settlement the Trump administration had reached with defense distributed allowing the Texas based group to post the blueprints defense distributed argues it should be allowed. To do so under the first and second
Disneyland Resort proposes to raise minimum wage for California park workers
"The company. Jumped. Into full damage control sport has said that they will investigate and take appropriate action at the end of that investigation, Hollywood reporter editor at large Kim bastards who's, reporting help bring down Harvey Weinstein tells Kate actually is known about these allegations For some time had fire Charlie. Rose from their morning show after multiple allegations of misconduct Been reported to. Management over the course of decades intermittently and there was no action, so that's one. Avenue I think that could be explored this could put moon vis editor size, of, disadvantages power struggle with CBS's biggest shareholder who wants to merge the, company with Viacom Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a road rage incident on the seven ten freeway in Southgate ends with a man. In one of the cars being shot and killed a black Honda. Just, past the ninety one freeway either got too close to cut off another car seconds later several. Shots were fired of the pastor of the Honda was struck by at least one bullet the driver pulled off a floor avenue and got into a parking lot and call for help the shooting victim, of, twenty four year old man was taken to a local hospital where he later died share social Marcello concerto, says they only. Have a vague description to the other car involved in the incident day smaller black SUV we have no specific information as to the shooter detectives are hoping someone saw what happened on the freeway and to give investigators a better description of the issue or even the exact location of the shooting On the freeway in bell gardens Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio let's see here it's a Been five weeks since Olympic alpine. Skier Bode Miller and his wife Morgan lost their little girl, in gardening accident in Orange County the couple. Is now sharing their story for the first time, and they're also sharing a warning in thinking he likes some. Weird circumstance or some strange thing and it's not. Just happens in the blink of an eye Miller told NBC's today show. That on June twelfth everything happened in just a, matter of moments and it was unbelievably quick the couples that neighbor's. House when they're nineteen, month old daughter EMMY wandered into the backyard and into the neighbor's pool, her mother Morgan says her daughter drowned after only being in. The, water for about thirty seconds and she has a warning for other parents as a parent now when you go to someone else's house survey the home to see if. It's a safe place for your child to be the couple is, expecting another, child in October NBC. Will air the full interview with Bodey and Morgan on. Monday Heather Jordan Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio we've been telling you about. This and now Disneyland resort workers. Have approved that. New contract That will give more than eighty six hundred employees a pay raise to at least fifteen dollars an hour starting next year we're positive or are positive that. The new wage rate goes a long way towards recognizing the work, that they're, doing but they're still. More work to be done in order to raise the. Wages to a fair living wage Andrea Zinder with the United food and commercial workers. Led the negotiation she tells Canucks union, leaders will try to help pass on November ballot initiative to raise the minimum. Wage to eighteen dollars an hour in two thousand twenty. Two that would affect. Big companies to get tax. Breaks from the city the new, agreement with Disney follows months of protests over what the, workers, said, was very, low pay we have a problem on. The one oh one in the. Woodland Hills, area, that is tying up traffic, pretty badly. We'll check that, out for you. In about, four minutes it's, eleven forty one this. Is New York firefighter Raphael poor yet introducing.
Tony Ortiz, Tigers and Matt Boyd discussed on 24 Hour News
"Eleven twenty three but now it's eleven fifteen that means it's time for sports and here's Tony Ortiz Matt Boyd looks. During his first win since June seventh is he leads the Tigers against the warriors in today's finale of that three-game mid. Week series in Kansas City the royals will counter with left-hander Danny Duffy who's allowed grand total of just, one earned run over his last three starts, you can hear the game over on ninety seven one the ticket first pitch at two fifteen with baseball trading deadline set to arrive next, week manager Ron Gardenhire during his weekly interview on ninety seven one the ticket was asked if he expects to. See the Tigers making some deals before then a lot of. The front office goes the. Bosses here on this road trip and, they're talking and listening and that's the way it. Always, is this time. Of year there's nothing imminent right now. But you know after this first one I. Think the Yankees wasn't Yankees picked a Britain well. There you have it wants something kicks and it starts then normally you just start It starts falling in and everybody starts making making deals. Of making deals the Boston Red Sox adding some depth to their starting rotation today as they acquire Nathan of all day. In a trade with the Tampa Bay rays you Baldy was three and four with a four twenty six, in this ten starts four Tampa this season, according to Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich Andrew luck will play in the colts preseason opener in a couple of weeks against the Seattle, Seahawks and that's huge because of an injury to his throwing shoulder this will be Lux first game since the. End of the two thousand sixteen NFL season with sports at. Fifteen and forty five past. The hour I'm, Tony Ortiz w w, j NewsRadio nine fifty and Tony sports sponsored by. Southgate, for unlimited plus..
California, Comecon and Tanabe discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"Downtown upper seventies along the. Coast mid to upper nineties for the valleys the inland empire near eighty in the mountains triple. Digit, heat for the desert's a slight chance of a. Pop-up storm today not too. Much, change into tomorrow and the weekend a major warm up, to start next, week with southern California's most accurate. And dependable forecast I'm CBS. To meet brow adjusts younger Shkane extent seventy NewsRadio in Santa Clarita it is seventy three Southgate. Seventy-five Culver city right now. At seventy two thousand eighteen at KNX number of. People aged sixty two and older living. On the streets of Los Angeles has apparently, gone up this, is the l. a. times says it's gone up twenty two percent county staff report says there's. Never, been. A formal review and assessment of the needs of older adults. Needs to happen, they say that in August LA county supervisors are expected to be handed recommendations on how to handle this what they call. Surprising issue a master chef who, owns a. Couple of Southern California's lending his voice to those who have come into the US for a better life like he did chef could silly Tanabe telling CBS to that he's. Acknowledging his immigrant staff at the Nixon chops and Pushkin what are your on each receipt at the bottom, of each one and says, immigrants cooked your food and served you today I don't think it's, a bad thing on am I afraid of No man I came, to this. Country we have now everything's Tanabe was born in Mexico's mothers Mexican his father's Japanese best known for a stint on Bravo's cooking competition. Top-shelf had the previews last night Comecon open to the. Public today a lot of fans are going to be down there crowding the downtown area harbor drive the main road in front of the convention center that's going to be closed for the first time city in the convention center thought. It was a good idea to add, a buffer if you will if you've ever. Been here during, Comecon you know the sidewalk and get really packed so this year what they'll be able to do is. Actually not, only stay on the sidewalk on the driveway as well. In fact there was a man driving a car. For years ago the. Drove into a woman on the zombie walk Comecon lasts through Sunday a judge in LA will decide on whether the leader of the church of Scientology, will be compelled to testify in a lawsuit by a former member the woman. Alleged she was coerced to have an abortion when she was seventeen she also. Claims she was forced to work long hours, as a young girl Lawyers for the. Leaders say the, two never bet and there was never any communication between them the judge is expected to rule about that. Testimony next, week there's a lawsuit over California students constitutional right to. Basic education the suit claims the state's department of. Education is depriving low. Income students equal access when it comes to learning how to renew read and write LaSalle avenue elementary school is one of the schools named in the, lawsuit and last year only four percent of students that scored proficient on state. Tests in English language arts the state has petitioned to dismiss the lawsuit twenty Your money with Frank Oh. Stock market this morning pulling back after. Six day run up we see the Dow Jones industrial average getting off, to a rough start but we are off the worst. Levels, of the day now the Dow Jones industrial average here at the moment, is pulling back by let's see sixty points the NASDAQ composite down nineteen the s. and p. five hundred down eight looks like shares of. Both Wendy's and Papa. John moving lower Wendy's preliminary deal talks with Papa John before the founder scandal erupted according to. The Wall Street Journal Papa John's founder John schnatter had been in talks with Wendy's about a possible, merger according to sources talking to the journal and speaking, of the, pizza business Domino's pizza missing analysts estimates, for international, same store sales growth prompting concerns of slowing growth of that, business and pushing Domino's pizzas stock. Down about three percent looks like comparable store, sales on the, chains international, business rose four percent but fell short of. Estimates of five point one, percent increase.
Croatia, Moscow and Gareth Southgate discussed on Eamonn Kelly
"To your door the next day so from aiming to win their second ever football world cup today the nine thousand nine hundred eight winners take on croatia who are in their first final four o'clock in moscow for the showpiece event england finish their world cup campaign with a defeats gareth southgate's team were beaten to nil in saint petersburg by belgium in the third place playoff novak djokovic says he's not the klay favorites as he aims to win his fourth wimbledon title this afternoon he faces south africa's kevin anderson in today's match at two o'clock yesterday angelique kerber won the women's title joe routes returned to form with a century as england's cricketers level there one day.
Trump in UK: Pomp and protest as visit stokes culture war
"The dream is over everyone should be proud of what we've achieved obviously guide and it hurts now president trump arrives in the uk and flight disruption ryanair across the uk online and on talk radio on the our news headlines manager gallon southgate says he is remarkably proud of his players his team suffered a two one extratime defeat to croatia in the semifinals at the world cup last night southgate says he feels the pain of missing out on a place in the final but his side did all they could on the pitch did we expect to be in this position i don't think realistically any arrested but i'm hugely proud of what they've done i couldn't have austin to give any more for me or for off of the country and they have broken through a number of barriers theresa may says uk will remain the strongest of us allies ahead of donald trump's visit to the uk later the prime minister will use his trip to set out how closely we work with the us across defence security and foreign policy issues protests are being planned against the president's visit compensation matt co from the university of birmingham has been telling julia on talk radio that probably won't bother the president importance of protests he's not just the size of them it's the the media impact it's not what donald trump thinks of the protests but also the weights covert i'm if you think about something fathers for justice campaign it only took two guys spending on buckingham palace to get the coverage on the front of every newspaper is the protest is organized in the right way from response to it in the wrong way then it will have an impact he knows his brother of the man poisoned by nava chunk wilshire says he's been told his girlfriend is dead charlie raleigh's now conscious following exposure to the nerve agents at the end of last month a strike by some ryanair pilots since forced the cancellation of around the tenth of its flights between the uk and ireland the irish union full service accusing the.
Governor and First Lady honor Cpl. Joseph Maciel
"Have all power restored by later tonight monica rix kfi news governor brown has ordered flags at the state capital lowered to half staff in honor of an army soldier from southgate killed on duty in afghanistan corporal joseph mossy l was twenty his father tells nbc four he's devastated but his son was happy what he was was killed saturday by an afghan security official who turned a gun on his american allies a world war two airplane has been turned into a food truck to help kids in compton soar into a career in aviation the dc three's body and cockpit have been converted into a mobile gourmet kitchen robin pat gray founder of tomorrow's aeronautical museum says the food truck will serve as a fundraiser for the more than five thousand local kids trying to get into aviation kids come here from all over l a volunteer do community service for that we keep track of that time and we teach them how.
Firefighters continue to strengthen lines around Yolo, Napa fire
"In the morning this is one of four three my firefighters are continuing to build containment around several destructive wildfires burning in california the county fire near death has now burned over ninety thousand acres so far the fires seventythree percent contained about twenty five hundred people have been told to evacuate due to the blaze sending smoke across the bay area is also the holiday fire in santa barbara which has destroyed at least twenty structures and is ninety percent contained tonight during prime time announcement president trump expected to reveal his nominee to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy kennedy held the vital seat in the court for more than a decade was a swing vote on a number of major issues selley a us soldier lost his life on saturday in what us military officials are calling an apparent insider attack in afghanistan army corporal joseph macy's of southgate died in two other american service members were wounded in attack which occurred while they're advising local forces at napkin military facility the incident is currently under investigation thoughts go out to his family here in the area it is eight twenty two this is one of four three in the morning i want she knows every time sheikh me it's a key kissing the go crazy you take me places feud station manipulate decisions she says that she's never just picture everybody naked she really does impact the incident me guessing the fast shaking go crazy hi anna you'll take me places feud station decision nostrils kid way too far unknown we be would be you satin mood in the dark unknown we'd be would it be you go crazy you take me places thanks for checking in valentine in the morning fm avin tran lonely so really three my valentine in the morning so you're szeswith something exclusive you wanna have it you gotta have your save your money you.
Dale, Gareth Southgate and Nadal discussed on Gary King
"The wiltshire poisoning dies and what price garrett southgate is a late call up for royal godfather across the uk online and on radio on the our news headlines david davis since resigned is brexit secretary he says it looks less and less likely the prime minister will deliver on the promise to lead the customs union and single market former economic adviser to the government vicky pryce has been telling james onto radio could be a turbulent twenty four hours a serious blow anything catching the number of breaks tears to now come out and say they're going to vote against this plan which of course you know it's almost like divisive confidence which i thought was awesome the press whether i thought it would happen certainly not given the collective agreement of the fact that most of the conservative parties in favor of a very soft brexit anyway but now seems so changing don't sturgis who was exposed to a nerve agent in wiltshire has died in hospital police have launched a murdering quarry she fell ill as partners home in ames missiles bernal saturday he remains in critical condition divers in thailand of preparing to restart the high risk operation to rescue a group of footballers from a flooded cave system four of them have already been brought safety but eight dollars and their coach are still trapped it's been almost two weeks since their audio began rob sprays an experienced diver says it's an advantage that most of those trapped our children child doesn't have the ingrained is the randomness of all the obligations that nadal downs i've taken children's lives they enjoy the new experience take an adult's try dives and they can dwell on the downsides the problems the boss of asked has warning leaving the eu without dale could leave food rotting at the border roger bemis says anything disrupting stoppage food supply chains currently governed by european union customs arrangements would have significant consequences royal watchers we'll be gathering it's in james's palace later for the christening of prince louis we're awaiting news of who's been pictures godparents his expects to have five like a sister older brother george has seven as he's a future king david beckham is one hundred to one to get the nod is not the rank outsider you can get odds of a thousand to one on donald trump no odds currently listed though the gareth southgate radio national weather now the hot and sunny day in the south mainly dry with the chance at the shower it will be cooler in the north and the east this warehouse prices could be closer than you think we're opening new branches across.
England to play Croatia in World Cup 2018 semi-final
"Main headline this hour is that the tile say they started an operation to bring twelve boys and their football coach out of the flooded caves where they've been trapped for the past two weeks now it's time on weekend for the sports news his andy barr well andy hi hello paul while england and croatia have completed the semifinal lineup football's world cup they will face each other on wednesday twenty four hours after the franz pouch jim game in the last four england yesterday were to witness over sweden that quarterfinal boss gareth southgate praises team but withstanding lots of physical pressure and felt that that resistance was crucial fomer england defender rio ferdinand said it was a welldeserved win dispensation like a wellbalanced whoa machine at the moment and come with momentum of everyone was saying we have been happy with it england same but once you get into a tournament they've got that confidence now things are happening for menendez performing the draws opened that people get your teams get you say on paper it's easy it's never easy game confidence and the easy wish dispassionately swedish team well there was disappointment i for the host nation russia who went out to croatia after a penalty shootout the match finished two two after extratime jon benet ties this report the game started slowly but burst into life when dennis cherishev schooled one of the goals of the tournament firing a left foot shot into the top of the net from outside the box it was one one just eight minutes later andre crime rate she's had a son inside the home fans the next two goals came in extratime defend adama goi vida heading in what looked like croatia's winner from a corner then mario fernandez forced penalties with yet another header in the shootout croatia held their nerve yet again as he did against denmark yvonne wreckage scored the winner tennessee's now rafa nadal will keep these number one will ranking after he amazed to reach the fourthround of the men's singles at wimbledon but another big name went out of the women's singles the top seed simona halep lost in three sets to taiwan's sue wait shea and how explained exactly what went wrong it does okay as a game i just believe that i was not very positive in court and the mattress very unprofessional for me and finding east poll that the world champion lewis hamilton will be on pole position for today's british formula one chrome pre at silverstone the current championship leader sebastian vital in the ferrari he's also on the front row of the great thank you very much that.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Love that we have. So I appreciate that. I am so proud to be part of the family Jesse. We're proud to have you as you know. Yes. So I just went to Kickstarter dot com. I typed south and immediately Southgate media group came up podcast life podcasters stories. We've got twenty three days left as this. But this will come out will probably about twenty days. So that'll be sometimes you gotta wait till pay periods before you can kick in. So right, right. Some time and we watched on Friday. We only got a couple of bekker's so far word his just started to spread. So I would love it. If by the end of the week, we went we hit goal now we can really blast past. I put four secret goals on there. But frankly, those are not going to be that hide hit. We could rock it pass those and we've got much bigger goals that we could piggyback onto these. So don't feel like this is a limit. Please help us out. Let's make this thing the best possible book. We can absolutely said. And the thing is on indie. Gogo look up look up third annual SM G podcast marathon that will be up by the time. This airs can so will probably launch the same day as this is my guess, but it's the SM G podcast marathon. And I it's that one we've got really really fun things there to in fact, Jesse I'm gonna I'm gonna challenge you if you can when you look at that one, and I'll share it with you. If you want to add any any reward levels, some of the podcasts have done that. I've let further where you can guest on a podcast, which I know you're always open to. Couple of our gaming ones have said will help a five hour session. I think. I think it was Ellie. Karen Lizzy is the one that said she does a five hour world of warcraft. Nice with earth fantastic. So I mean, if you want to come up with any levels there, you're in man. It sounds good. I will do it. So I got one more. And then I'm unplugging. Okay. Martha and I have a podcast, and we do we do have done a different shows. But we've got one that. It's really pop or we just launched a patriot for okay? It's our show called the binge were the podcast if you go to Triana and look up binge worthy pack, you'll find it on there. I'm so excited about what we have to rewards there. If we it that was an easy one there's one where reward level, it's five bucks period. When people pay that five bucks. They get an extra episode. That is only on patriot is only four people that have paid five bucks. If we have one person who five bucks a month. We did a podcast just for them. Oh, if it's five hundred people well all get the same. We're not going to five hundred podcast, but the pockets we do is about a show because we inch TV shows all the shows we have a rule that we haven't exposed. It's I'm telling it now the shows have to have completed or be current from two thousand ten on. So for the reward level, we do show that ended before two thousand and ten and we want our patriots subscribers to help dictate that. So if they tell us we gotta watch the love boat, we'll do a season of the love boat and do that as patriotic only if they say ban, the sopranos the greatest thing, we'll do the sopranos. We'll do we'll do anything pre two thousand ten but only for patriots. Drivers. And then if we hit dollars, or maybe it's five hundred dollars six hundred is our main like if we hit that we do we do Twitter parties where on a Sunday night once a month will as a group pick a show. So we might pick, you know, the wrong Mans on Hulu or we might pick. I I don't know want agents shield and will pick three hours worth of episodes will all be on Twitter at the same time. Okay. Everybody hit play boom. We all start watching it and have a Twitter party where we're just all talking to each other. How fun would that be? Oh that would be a blast. I appreciate glance just so that that is our patriotic for binge worthy. It's such great show. We're not gonna we're not like, hey, let's have all these different levels. It's five bucks period. You know, it's a Cup of coffee. If you like binging TV, if you like shows like like, girls and daredevil this is the show for you. And we just doing it. It's been so much fun. Oh, yeah. I I've listened to it in. I'm. I'm now thinking, okay, I come up with a couple of shows that I would love to join you guys talk about and have you discussed. That's that's a really in. What I love about once against the simplicity, you know, five dollars just helped us out. It helps pay for the ban with the the stuff, you know. Yeah. There is expense. There is cost and doing this. So very nice, rob. If someone wants to reach you go ahead and give your social media presence in. Then we'll things up easiest thing. If you wanna Email just send it to south gate media group at gmaiLcom. It goes directly to me. Do you want to tweet me we've got eight hundred Twitter accounts? But just rob Southgate. That's the easiest one at rob south hit goes right to me or you could do at SM g pods or any of our shows. We just go to our Facebook pages for any of our shows. I see. See most of that. Although stick to mind stick to rob Southgate that'll go direct. And you direct message me there too. Which is nice Facebook. We have Southgate media repair there. We have pages for all the different shows. We have a pod life page that we did put up. So you can go there where we're gonna be posting updates and some shout outs and things I might actually post a couple of chapter excerpts and stuff like that is going to go on there. Plus wants this book comes out. We're gonna be doing book tours for it. And we'll be posting the schedules for that. And where you can meet and greet and all that too and submission forms. And then we're on Instagram. You can follow me once again lot of the shows have them. But if you follow me under rob Southgate on Instagram. I think that's it man. Just either. So everywhere, I mean, every we are doing the same thing. I am at Jesse Jackson DFW for my main. Twitter at settling Bruce. And for the the Bruce Springsteen podcast. You can hear me on next up everywhere. In fact, we have a new episode coming out this week. And I just appreciate, you know, rob, you you wear a lot of hats. You're a wonderful father a great husband, a wonderful men tour plus running our network, and I appreciate it not even counting you're working on your master's. So and and I always feel a little guilty. Like, hey, rob. Do you need from me? No, no. I'm good Jesse. I'm good. So I appreciate feel guilty never feel guilty. You just what you need you just tell me. And if I can do it. I do it as quickly as possible. Well, I just wanna say thanks to listeners for letting us kind of talk a little bit about a couple of things we've got going on. We really would appreciate the support. You know? A lot of times in my mind. A kindle, it's if it's four ninety nine or five bucks, and I write the description. I'm like, okay. I'll take a chance. It's five bucks. You know, what the heck? Right. And I think that's perfect. I do think based on the chapters. I've read I think this is pretty special. I think it's going to give you a lot of insight in some of your favorite podcast host. And I also think it will help you. Find other podcasts that you might enjoy because you are so impressed in in entertained by the hosts stories, so I. But that's any final words. Rob just please keep listening keeping joying things. Enjoy Jesse shows. They're also good. And you know, if this is a book that interests, you pick it up tell your friends that actually might even more important at this point spread the word. Help us spread the word these Kickstarter things if people don't know about it they go nowhere. And we need this to work. So we can pay for these things. So please spread the word. And if you if you can do anything, please, please do we'd love it. And I think they're pretty good rewards there. So I agree. Thank you listeners. Thank you. Rob and Justice. Bye. Bye. Bye. So
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"And there's actually a little little bit of a story to that to that. You might not know just you'll tell you that too in a second. So what ended up happening was she gave us the parameters we started like looking into it. We run our chapters. We reached out to a few of our friends that are also creative entrepreneurs and very quickly. This book started fill up with I'll say Southgate media group and friends of south gate group people. Ed, it was like, wow, we very quickly helped put this book on the fast track. And. Very proud of what we wrote for this book. I think it's it's really great. Well, you know, how we work Jesse immediately. After that, we started talking about, you know, what would be great if somebody just interviewed podcasters into this same type of book where it's just a compilation of essays about a topic. Let's do it about like getting started in podcasting. Okay. That's where it started. Let me go back though because there was one other little bit. I wanted to touch on. I do thing Facebook, and I don't do it regularly. So it's not the kind of thing that you're gonna go wait every day. No periodically. I do thing that I called dream posts. Yes. And I talk a lot about dreams and achieving your dreams not like dreams of. Oh, it's a rolling Donut a snakes Innovest. It's not that kind of a dream. It's like your dreams about what you want your life to be. And I post a lot about that number one to encourage me number two in courage, everybody that reads my Facebook page, right? And when I first started it, I it was a little project where I said, okay. I'm going to do this every day for thirty days. That was a mistake. It was really hard to do that every day for thirty days. I did it. But it was really hard. You know, I'll step in every November. My sister started to in in my family. I'm sure other people. Started. But my sister started doing a gratitude post since thanksgiving every day November. And and so for the past two or three years I followed that tradition and it is challenging yet. Very rewarding to say, okay. How do I say that? I'm grateful for my lovely bride different than I did the past two or three. But in what do I kind of talk about and in so Yes, Anything thirty days in a role is it's har- it's hard in especially when you're trying to be creative. So I that and it is I always enjoy reading your dream post. And it gets me to think which I know is part of the reason you do it. Yes. Yes. And actually, I have this philosophy that that in order to make dreams reality. We have to say, I know a lot of people say dream and dream big. And write these lists while this, okay? Great. But something happens when you publicly put it out there. And I also encourage people when we do this. And that's why I always try to be very open share these ridiculous dream sometimes who cares if they're ridiculous. It's a dream. But I also encourage people when they read it. I'll say okay today. I don't wanna hear your dreams. I want you to read through the past dreams and figure out who you can help whose dreams you can make reality. Now, this is why went back to this one of the dreams. I put on there as I wanted to write a book, I've always kinda dreamed of that it's one of those things like I'd never really expressed. And I didn't know if that was ever going to happen. But I always had this like I kinda picture my bookshelf in a few books on there that I had written. And I didn't know how it was over going to get to that point. I just put this out there. Well about that same time that Juliet ask us one of our podcasters was working on a podcast book and ask if I would collaborate and right? You know, we'd read every other chapter sure that that fell apart. It was it was really hard to do that. Then Julie asks us to write for entrepreneur within which is coming out soon volume four, and that was when we said somebody should do this. And then, of course, the way we work is we said, why are we thinking somebody else should do this? Let's write a book. So it was making that dream. I think it was all ready reality because somebody had asked me to do it that was on that trajectory start doing it with Julie. And now we were going to have our own book. You know, I'm so glad you mentioned that I've told the story many times that one of the reasons I started settling Bruce is I didn't see I wanted to hear a Bruce Springsteen podcast. I wanted to hear stories that Bruce fans and per your suggestion other music fans share their passion their story. So in the spirit of lighting a candle instead of cursing the darkness. I made it happen now than there's. Four or five other Springsteen podcast out there, and and they all have little different ditch in. I'm all proud of them. I feel like we're all part of the same family. But I love the idea of why are we looking I
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"Just make a good one. All of these. Tell you the stove. And the thing when you've got no. Tell them. Sure. Hello, everyone and welcome to a new podcast episode of a little bit everything you listen to next up everywhere. You're gonna hear this on the feet. If you listen to set lessening, Bruce, you're gonna hear this on the feed. And who knows how many other podcasts be how many get hey today. I'm thrilled that I get to talk to my podcast leader and my podcast partner. Rob southgate? Hey, rob. How you doing Jesse? I'm so happy to be here. I like how you went from happy to thrill that kinda you stumbled out happy and went into thrill. I'll take it. I'll take thrilled. Yeah. You know? Rob was is wonderful. He he kind of co facilitates, and we just talked about this before we hit record. He's always a little embarrassed. When we talk. About him and Martha running our network, and and they do to the degree of they do all the behind the scenes stuff. They make sure that there's enough money to pay for the bandwidth, and he uploads are episodes, and he tracks are, you know, kind of where our downloads are going, and and gives us advice when we need it. But the reality is, you know, this is the Southgate media family. And I do think it's a family is kind of this big tent of if you're if you're passionate about something if you are respectful to each other, we want you to share your story. And I was I've been lucky enough about three years ago we joined and this has been just a wonderful podcast experienced. So I'll start out the episode just thanking you and Martha for all the joy and help you've given me. I will definitely pass that onto Mark. And Jesse you know, that every time you say, thank you, we boomerang it right back at you think you just in fact, the way this happened the way you ended up with us is we actually interviewed you for another show for the cons. Yes. And we just great time with you. And we said, hey, if you ever wanted to something and lo and behold, you did you wanted to do a lot of things. And at first I think you felt like you had to ask permission. Can we start this show? Can we do that? Once once we're you know hooked up. You know, the way we've you it is. It's your house. It's your family. Let's let's make things happen. Let's let's feed your passions. As long as you're passionate about it as long as it's it's real. Why not? Yeah. In fact, earlier today Charles, and I did it episode of next everywhere. And Charles brought up that it's been three years. We've been doing the show. And so, and that's you had interviewed me. But you you were so kind you said you reach out to me said, we we have a great family version of for doctor who, but we want a doctor who specific kind of show review. Would you be interested and a Mike? Sure that sounds fun. And so I grabbed Charles who has been a who've Ian for twenty thirty years, and yeah, just started. So it's been such a great time. And so, yeah, this is I just think one of the cool things that. Southgate media has foreign is we have a wide diverse of shows. We do you know wrestling. We do TV talk. We do, you know just music. We do a little bit of everything gaming, and you are a very supportive. You know, go be creative. Go go. Try something be be bold. You know? And we're here for you. And you know, and if you experiment, it doesn't work out. Okay.
"southgate" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate
"In this episode of new media lab is brought to you by tweaked audio to get awesome headphones. Go to tweet dot co dot com and use the coupon code Southgate to get thirty percent off free shipping and a lifetime warranty or you can get through the link on our website Southgate media group dot com. Welcome to the new media lab. I am your host rob Southgate day. Very special s I have Ricky the as he is a podcast from our network. And he does the private tech by which is a show all about the show heroes. It's been really successful for us. He gives us a lot of insights into his social media strategy and kind of how that show organically grew into being such a large force. So here he is Ricky as Ricky thank you so much for joining me here in the new media lab, this has been a long time coming man, I I I was really excited to see that we could line this up for those that don't know Ricky Ricky is in the UK, I'm in the United States, and we've got some time differences there, and we're both super busy. So getting you on here. This is literally the first time we've spoken to definitely I just wanna say. Before we get into this just wanna say, thank you. Rub. Putting up with me, and my OCD, and how particular I can be. I know it's what me a while to Lilith to get used to it. So I'm glad that you know, it's been clear sailing with you as well. So yeah. Oh my gosh. You're OCD doesn't bother me at all. In fact, I feel so blessed to have you here. A Martin I talk about that all the time. And that's another funny thing before you started doing prime attack. Ricky does the private files for the Southgate media group and four you started doing prime attack files, which is what we're here to talk about. You you were working for TV benches show ratings TV, which were partnered with and it's funny because we were talking online, but you were like the only one from there that I didn't know at I kept getting these notices from Ricky like loves TV McHugh loves movies and Katina's, and I'm going who is this. How how does he not hitting my radar this? And then one day Lilith sent me a note said Ricky, and I are doing the show, and I was like how do you Lilith, and I guess we just hired Ricky. So I it's great. But I think it was a long time coming for this to happen. Definitely. So Ricky tell us a little about yourself before we get into prime tech vials. What's your background? You're a new media person. That's for sure. So let's hear it. So yeah. Basically, I work in post production over here in the UK a kind of been doing it for a couple of years now. But most of my stuff comes from. Well, the the beginning of the story is by see I went away on cruise ships for a couple of years, and I I didn't watch TV. And when I go back, I just ended up binge-watching loss stuff and found the joys of Twitter from Twitter, I met Kyle, and blah, and then it will kind of started from the like I'd start joining up with them to from. We love we love TV more to show ratings to TV binges. And then fruit Kyle is where I met kind of Lilith, and that's where primates at clause came from now premature files, but I don't want to get into that too much yet. Because I want to talk about what you do a little bit proprietary files is about heroes. Are you a huge heroes fan is that why that niche attracted you, or did you just see it as an opportunity? Oh, no. I've always been like a really big here. I was found. It was one of the TV shows. I used to love is a I'd say a teenager. But. Yeah, it was it was one of the shows that I I re-. Really got into inside light checking back on the mythology because there was so much extra content. The heroes. It wasn't just the TV program. There was like comic books that was like online games. They had a. Oh, jeez. And I was checking all of the out, and then when it ended I was working on all PG boards, and like all my knowledge from heroes came from that all PG Boyd because I was trying to make you as canon as possible while diverging at the same time, and I was on that site for a good couple of years. Then that was it here. A kind of left there to go traveling than when I came back started working for Kyle, and blah, and then heroes reborn came out. And I was like if there was one show I wanna pug cost about it's going to be here rose so reached out to Lilith and the rest is history. Yeah. The rest is will the reason that I wanted to have you on number one. I wanted to talk to you about your social media strategy. I wanna talk about you know, how you've done some of this stuff. For the listener the reason that I specifically wanted to talk to Ricky is with prime attack files, which from a from a standpoint of TV shows is pretty niche. We think about it heroes. Reborn was how many episodes dozen. Yeah. Thirteen episode series. That's that's bringing back a series. That's years old that only lasted what three or four seasons full. And and with all that behind it. You have so far put together a hundred sixty four episodes or actually more in the in the can here and your your numbers from a download perspective are like quadruple, our highest show was the is the niche isn't it in it is niche? Yeah, definitely heroes was always kind of like a big. It was one of those shows that came about just a run round about the the good the sweet spot of TV in the second. And I think they called it the second viewing experience so like Twitter, and I think they had like little things that you could watch in the commercial break. So that kind of stuff, and it was one of the first TV programs. I remember I think lost was big on it as well. But that was the whole mythology behind it that you kind of have to look if you were really big fan online, and they kept to the little people that way, and they kind of stayed. And so I think the online heroes fandom is as is as much as sometimes it infuriates may it's one of the most passionate fan bases. There is whether they like it or not so yeah. Yeah. Well, it's to me. It's just fascinating. And you mentioned lost lost his actually when I've talked to other other podcasters to pop culture stuff lost his touchstone where the the two that come up every time the say, the reason I started podcasting was fixation on loss in a fixation on X files. Then I really think you've hit on something. I think there's a fixation on heroes. Does that most people don't put at the top of their mind? But as soon as you said, I wanna do prime attack files, I'm going to be talking heroes somebody who hadn't myself who hadn't thought about heroes in awhile got really excited and started thinking, oh my gosh. I used to read all this stuff. And I hope the comics are good. I got like right back to it. The ironic thing is I didn't watch a single episode of heroes reborn podcast. So that's right now that was intended to be a thirteen week series. And they'd they said that from the beginning. But have you heard any rumblings are they bringing it back? No. I don't think at the moment when it when it was a when it finished its run. It was it's it's a very click by thing to say about the show has been canceled. But they always said that it was going to be a, well, it just depends on your point of view. Like, Tim crane has always said it was going to be a one and done. But you know, if it was more kind of a need for it. That there was a possibility of it coming back, and it didn't do too well in the writing. So a lot of people would said, oh, well, you know, that's what they would say. If it if it was going to come back. It would have come back. But obviously because it's it's been canceled. But on show. I don't necessarily buy that with this. I think that that this series was meant to be a chapter and this series seems like something that has a joy, call it a second life it. Yes. It can live in other formats kinda like Buffy has gone onto live comics. And yeah, those comments are popular, you know, I think this is the same type of thing. So I I don't know how much I buy that is click beta or really that was just kind of wear their head was at and Tim kring. Thanks. I have other projects I can do this. I think it's just one of those things that like he had the time. And he had the story that he wanted to tell and he wanted to finish the story, and they will give him this opportunity. He took it. And now it's just a case of waiting a couple of years, hopefully, not five for him to think of another story. We told to quite a few of the riot is one of the riot is is really quite friendly with us. And he's told us that you know, they they do have a plan for a second season of heroes. They they would include it review. Because that's a separate chapter. They would call it something else. But they actually have an idea, and it will be something completely different from what we've seen, and that's all I could get out of him because he didn't want to tell me anything else.
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"In this episode of new media lab is brought to you by tweaked audio to get awesome headphones. Go to tweet dot co dot com and use the coupon code Southgate to get thirty percent off free shipping and a lifetime warranty or you can get there through the link on our website Southgate media group dot com. Welcome. Once again to the new media lab, I'm your host, rob Southgate. Today's special guest is tearing Arnold from patriot. I guess all sorts of questions about best practices. What works. What doesn't and get some really fun insights from her to about patriot. And what people do the works. I hope you enjoyed this much as I did Tarrant. It's all yours. Terron? Thank you so much for joining me in the new media lab, I'm Sor excited here. I'm so stoked. Thank you for having me. No, do you do a lot of these types of interviews. You know, I just ran into a co worker in the hallway. And I was like I'm on another podcast today. It's it's becoming a thing. I think this is probably like my sixth or seventh. But in the last like maybe like ten th but in the last week it's been like a lot. I've maybe done like four or something. Yeah. But it's fun. I like it. I mean, there's nothing better to do than talk about things. He loves so. Yeah, I I agree. I sabotage my whole life to do that. Beautiful sabotage. Yes. Yes. So, you know, the reason it might be the reason you're getting somebody requests, I got an Email from you. And it said that you're kind of the patriot outreach person. And I went finally somebody. Yeah. Well, we just we're realizing that a lot more people wanna talk about this and want to talk about patriot. An I am all ears. I would clear my day to do this kind of stuff. It's so fun for me. So I'm happy that you that you reached out show all right here in let's let's set this up your your from patriotic. And you're kind of the liaison between the creators. In patriot kind of answer questions and stuff, right? Yeah. Yes. I'm kind of the I'm in charge of Brandon content here. But what that's becoming is. If anybody wants to tweet me if anyone wants to interview me Vinnie wants to call me. I am all ears to answer questions. I love talking about it. It's in easy thing for me to do. I've been here for a little bit over a year. I think I was like the twentieth employees or something. So I've just been around for a bit. And and yeah, I I love to dish any information. The limited knowledge that I have on it. I love to try to share. Right now, I want you to throw out your Twitter and any way that they can reach you. We'll do it again at the end and put it in the show notes but throw it out there right now. So anyone listening to it's like, you don't really just need to ask a question right now tweet to to tear in what is it is twin I love that. I screwed that up. I wish it was two. Aaron my Twitter can you reach on Twitter at the Taryn Arnold, which is the T A R Y N and then Arnold. And then I do this for for podcasts. I trust that. You're a if you're going to Email me your great person. Please be nice don't yell at me for anything. I've said my Email is Taryn at patriarch dot com, which says T A R Y N. Yeah. And that's something that we phoned. You know, I've been interviewing different people from different, you know, resources for content creators, and it truly is something that I've found is most people just want to answer questions and be cool. And you know, if you've got some kind of. Negative that you wanna throw out there. You know, please. Remember these human beings. You know, you know, I don't get a lot of like, hey, or any I don't get a ton of issues on month thing that I do see a lot of when I give out my Twitter handle, or my Email is people will Email with product requests or things that they wish they could see different which I'm more than happy to respond to. But we do have a at patriots support Twitter handle, and they are full-time dedicated waiting to answer those questions. So to get a more immediate and thorough response. That's definitely the way to go. Oh, excellent. That's good advice. Yeah. I had a purview from clamor on. And he's very hands on he's one of the creators of it. And he was almost the opposite. It was like contact me. You know, this is you got a problem. Tell me it's funny because there were couple of things that he and I talked about off the show that I'm seeing clamor actually right away said it's a good idea. And I'm starting to see some of that stuff happened. So people really do listen. I know patriot. Is that same way? So. Yep. I'm that. That is good news to hear. I love that. So okay. Let's talk about what patriot can do know. This what we do on the show is we talked to content creators, anybody that's involved in new media. And and it's a pretty broad cut. I mean, I get emails from people that are artists like people from or emails from people that are podcasters bloggers YouTube creators, I know, a guy who runs a coffee shop that writes me because he gets a lot of information from this. So any of these people are game for patriotic. Right. Anybody? Yes. I before I worked here. I thought you know. Okay. So there's there's major categories of people that are on patriotic. There's know podcasters YouTubers comics painters. But now that I worked here long enough. There are everything you can possibly imagine. Is here on patriotic. And that's like a really special and cool thing to be able to say, but yes, if you run a coffee shop, you are more than welcome to join patriotic. If you run a cat adoption place you can join patriot. I say that because they are on patriots. That isn't. Yes, there are things like that. So yeah, anyone is game.