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"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

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"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Well, kind of already does in a lot of games, right? There are foods and games and you eat. I mean, I've played World of Warcraft and to regain your health. You eat whatever the dishes that's in your inventory and it doesn't quite satiate, but you can get drunk, too. If you drink too much alcohol, your vision gets blurry and your character starts stumbling from that perspective. Only good news is the hangovers aren't there and it only takes a few minutes for it to completely wear off. But those are games. Now we're talking about trying to make it our lives into that metaverse and I'm not so sure that many people really want to do that. I think there's actually pressure in the other direction. As opposed to AI where it doesn't matter if people want it, if machines start getting smarter and smarter, they're going to be smarter and smarter. And the only thing you can do is say, hey, I'm not going to use that machine. Well, if the other guy uses that machine and you don't, you're going to not succeed in whatever you're trying to do. So that's coming. Alrighty, Joseph Steinberg, lots of information for all y'all here in the republic of bad cryptopia to noodle on. You can check out his website at Joseph Steinberg dot com the book cybersecurity for dummies and we'll also have links to his LinkedIn in the show notes for you to check out. And Joe, we appreciate you coming on today. Thank you very much. So there you go, folks. Lock down your stuff. The moral of the story is don't be a dummy, use good cybersecurity, practices. That is true. Use safe text and use safe crypto. You want to, you want to wrap it. As well as you can. To help yourself. So you don't get diseases. It infections. Had a vision of somebody connecting their ledger and slipping a condom over it when they're connecting it. Yeah. Practice safe wallet. Yeah, practice safe, crypto. There's a reason they call it hard storage. So that was some good interviews right here back to back. We might have to go from being bad to the not so horrible crypto podcast. We're almost mediocre. It's good. Almost listenable. Would appreciate your reviews out there. If you guys are enjoying what you're hearing and enjoyed the sound of phlegm traveling through Travis's throat. Through your ear holes, folks. That was delightful. So my name, I promised that I would share something completely uninteresting to the rest of the world and that is my name. I think it was my grandfather when he came through Ellis from old country, came from across seas. Was it Eastern European? Well, so there's a mix of, you know, where they came from, but they were in England, but before then, I believe Russia and Poland is where they're from. It's kind of interesting because I just did a DNA with a privacy DNA service. I'm waiting for my results to come back to see what's in the woodpile, nebula dot.

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"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Okay. You know, we just sent a tremendous number of athletes and media folks to China to cover the Olympics. And the reality is that there is zero question that some of the devices that people have brought to China may have been compromised. And governments and telling people to bring like burner phones with them. Right. So that's exactly the advice that I gave as well to those who had asked me any device that hooks up to anything there should not connect to anything once you leave. And it's not just the devices. Don't access your account. So if you're going and you're a media person, going to China for the Olympics, my advice is don't access your real email from there, have a separate email account for while you're there. Anything you access from there is at risk. So essentially, you're creating your own while I'm in China, phone, while I'm in China, communication systems, and you just don't use them here. But the reality is not everybody followed that advice. And so I suspect we will see some problems when media and athletes come back. I don't know if we will discover the problems immediately, but there is little doubt that the Chinese government is going to use this opportunity to perform what it's been doing at every opportunity it has, which is the cyber spy on Americans and American athletes, American businesses, anybody that can spy on with the hope of obtaining information that may be valuable. Now, or in the future. As I look at your credentials, Joseph, I see you also dabble in the AI arena and tuned into what's happening with artificial intelligence. We are here at the republic of crypto. We are short of regular intelligence, let alone artificial, but keeping your eye on what's happening here in the arena of robotics and the metaverse. Is this stuff, are we just going to get dehumanized by all this or do you feel like we're going to be able to maintain and rise above what the advances in technology could do to us? So I think that the topics that you just mentioned metaverse AI robotics are all very, very different. In that regard, I think robotics, humans benefit from.

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"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Well, if you're using a computer to access the Internet and you're not running security software, I mean, you're asking for trouble. And if you're running old security software and new vulnerabilities are found, that security software may not fix them or address them. You're a sitting duck. So make sure you've got up to date security software. Which one do you personally recommend, not as a, you know, there's no paid endorsement here, but if there is, I'm sure you'll disclose that you're associated with somebody. I'm not associated with any particular security software vendors for let's say phones or laptops or tablets and there are many good products out there. They all have their strengths and weaknesses. Again, the reality is this isn't about which one is best. It's about people aren't using any of them, or they'll get it for 30 days and not get a subscription and they're accessing coinbase or what have you on a device that's had no security updates to let's say it's antivirus definitions or et cetera in two years. It's crazy. These are small investments to protect your cryptocurrency. And again, these are the devices that you're accessing accounts from in an ideal world. You've got offline storage for a lot of the crypto to begin with. So it's not even on a connected device, but the accounts that you are going to access, you know, where you are going to go online, whether it be a coinbase account or something else where you need the ability to actually perform transactions, should always be done with multi factor and always from a device that's kept secure. And ideally, from a device that you're not doing anything risky from. So don't read your email and click links on that device. Don't go surfing the web on that device. Obviously, don't download pirated software or go to porn sites on that device. Don't do anything on that device that could get it infected because you're using it to perform financial transactions. Which device do you like.

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Wait. One of the best red columnists in the cybersecurity field is joining us today to talk about all things cybersecurity. He's no dummy, but he wrote the book cybersecurity for dummies for wily and a lot of people that are seeking to get their certification as a cybersecurity expert study from his book in order to get their certification for their exams. His name is Joseph Steinberg and we would like to welcome him in his finely trimmed beard to the bad crypto podcast. Hello, Joseph. Hi, Joel. Thanks for having me. You can think Travis too. Okay, thank you, Travis too. No thank you. You don't need to just joking. I'm just joking around with you guys. Thank you. He didn't appreciate your beard as much as I did. So first thing I want to talk about is you're in New York City right now and we were talking offline before him, but I kind of want you to share a little bit for those who aren't there in the once great Big Apple, what's it like now? It's still the Big Apple and it's still great, but perhaps a little bit less great than it was a few years ago. New York is recovering from COVID. I think some of the restrictions are actually supposed to be lifted later this week. Or at least so we're told, but you still need a mask and a vaccine card to sit in any restaurant. Well, the mask to come in, the vaccine card to sit. That is supposed to change over the next few weeks. So we'll see what plays out with that. But you've had an increase in crime and just dirt around the city in general. Hopefully, you know, new mayor has begun his term and hopefully things will get cleaned up a little bit, but there's definitely been a deterioration over the last few years. So is it like the medium Apple now? Or why is it even an Apple? What the hell does it have to do with apples? Did they used to have like an apple Orchard there? And now it's not. You think it was going to be a fruit. They'd pick a big one, like the watermelon, right? Because it's huge. I don't ever understood the Big Apple. I didn't remain any sense to me. Maybe Wall Street liked it, 'cause they wanted Apple computer. I don't know. That was my question. Thanks for tuning in, everybody. Stay bad. That was it. Right, so you have an extensive background in cybersecurity so much so that you wrote a book on it. Maybe give people a background of, you know, when did you start diving into cybersecurity and what are your credentials so they know? So I've really been in cybersecurity my whole life as a child that would be doing more amateurish things, playing around with things, tinkering with computers to try to see how they work and how they could be undermined so the computer is quote unquote so smart, but I can figure out a way to be smarter than the computer. Got involved in what is now known as the cybersecurity field, about a quarter of a century ago as the Internet started to become commercialized instead of being researchers at universities, you now started to have transactions and banking and all sorts of other things online. And then obviously change the need for security related to the Internet. So I'm in the space since the mid 1990s, which might as well be the Jurassic era of information security, things have changed so dramatically over that period of time..

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"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"steinberg" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"That's not nice. That is true. Well, they are bitches. We love them. That's good. That's good. That's not nice. Come on, bitches. Pull your audience name. What's up, bitch? Welcome to the show. It's a bad crypto podcast coming by our name, honestly. Because we're bad, you know? We're still learning a lot about this crypto world. In fact, we just conducted an interview for another episode with one of the early adopters of the algorand chain and learned a lot. That's going to be coming up on a future episode. But today is all about cybersecurity and keeping your cryptos safe, very important. More important well, it is very important not only so much so we had a great conversation with today's guest, but he's written a book about it. He knows what's up. I think he did he write the dummies guide. So you know it's super dumbed down. Cybersecurity for dummies is his book and well worth a read and the show well worth a listen, but first server Travis writes going to tell you why he uses the brave browser. Yes, you want to use the brave wallet. It is built in to their browser. You don't need an extension. And it's very secure. It has not been hacked. It's the one I understand, which is always good. So you want to store manage your NFTs and has multi chain support. It's pretty much like meta mask. It's a built in to brave plus more secure and more sexy, way more sexy. It has basically it uses a private window with Tor, if you want to use if you want to have even more advanced security and safety on that. And so check it out. You can go to brave dot com slash bad crypto and that gives you some love and affection from breaking. I think we should change the URL to bad code I and Ford slash screw chrome or screw Google, something like that. Screw Google. Google. There needs to be screwball. Google, what did you bring? We're having a potluck for dinner. What did you bring? I brought me some screw. It's like strudel, except screw them. Yeah. Or kugel, which is another thing as long as we got a nice Jewish boy on the show today. His name is Joseph Steinberg last show. We had Josh Rosenthal. The Jews were our people are coming in, they're moving into the crypto space that taken over the bringing you all this information, or what are you going to do just have some more matzo ball soup? Very nice..

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"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"That kind of comes to mind is jeremiah coca cola north america days. I had the opportunity to tour disney world more specifically there behind the scenes logistic centers all the equipment and processes that they add that move the products that they need our round that happiest place on earth In order to serve their visitors. Now i had really had zero to do with my business but i was able able to come away with some ideas out of that that i would not have had had not taken this tour. A one of those ideas. If i remember correctly was called the golden zone. This is where imagine in a warehouse right the all the racking system stacked way high were you would have the most accessed products In the quickest reach for the people that are coming to pick it. So if they're coming to walk up to pick it it would be twee between their shoulders and their waste. That would be the golden zone rights if they were coming on a forklift. It could be a little higher to pick it but it would be in this. Quick quickest area reach that would be this golden zone now within that golden zone you would review items that were often picked together and place them close in proximity to one another. Now take that one step further and let's call it a silver zone in those are going to be those items that are often picked with items that are in the golden zone. But they're not quite picked off enough to be in that golden zone so those would be put just above or next to the items in this golden zone now. I took this idea to a warehouse facility in knoxville tennessee. That did the bulk of our marketing material fulfillment and it created time steady long story short. As a result of this new idea. And study i was able to reduce the peak times and thus the picking costs by twenty four percent. Now this was able to. This was affording us the ability to negotiate lower pricing with this organization. While here's the catch improving their bottom line at the same time win win in big ass win right so please. Please keep growing your toolbox. You never know just went. Some random thought idea or skill will become your most valuable asset. Actually even want to take this one step further in start you off with a colored as toolbox starter. Set later on this week in the dark horse tribe facebook group. I'm gonna give you the seven essential tools that you need your entrepreneurial. Toolbox and hugh hefner was along when guys. I'm sorry about that. But i couldn't chap this up and i can't leave without sharing this last thought thought number five purpose and serving diane reminder this that when you come up with something that helps make other people's lives li labib easier. Maybe even solves a problem. They've been struggling with for a long time that my friend is purpose. That is serving yet. Yeah you want to entertain them. You want to inform and educate them but you want to lift people up your prospects your customers your clients heck even if you're even your staff if you have it you want him to feel better after the gauging with you engaging with your product or your service reading your marketing materials. You want them to feel better after that than they did before the engagement. And yeah right we wanna make some money from all our efforts but coming from a true place of service. I his word this magic really begins. Give i and trust me. When i say the universe will give back to you. Then what should you do. Give back more. Rinse and repeat. Don't be a take take taker. Be a give. Give give her in the end. You will not have to take because you will have so much given back to you that you will want to continue to give more and more review so much jam packed into our time together today. I know this is a one of our longer episodes but man. I couldn't cut any of the gems that diane was sharing out of this episode. Just i couldn't do it. Feel right all right now in our next interview episode. Our guest is richard macke. Not of mac is the founder of the constitutional shares and peace offers association c. s. p. o. a. He's also an author speaker. Now obviously a former sheriff. Richard mack is also served a wide variety of roles Over the course of his nearly twenty year career in law enforcement which began in the provo police department in provo utah sheriff macktaz even served a year is a non undercover narcotics agent. Now not too long ago. I published an episode on standing up. For what you believe in to me. Share of mac is the epitome of this mantra. Probably why i wanna make sure to bring him on c. He took his beliefs as far as the supreme court in a landmark five four split decision based on the tenth amendment of the united states constitution. Now mac won this case. One of the most precedent sending states rights cases in the history of our country. You do not want to miss this episode. And i know you don't want you to keep getting you. Do i knew you keep getting all these valuable tips inspirational stories from the amazing guess. I'm lucky enough to be a rayon. So please may go on down. There set subscribed by wire there. Leave us a five star rating and some kind words in the reviews. Ask a question. Give me some suggestions officer. Offer some constructive criticism. I read every single one of those reviews and of course. Don't keep all this. Entrepreneurial g. o. l. d. all to yourself. She has a podcast with other entrepreneurs and business owners. You know we'll get value from it and with that. I'm gonna leave you as i always do. Think successfully and take action. Thank you for listening to the dark. Horse entrepreneur podcast. Thanks for tuning in check astounded. Www dot dark horse schooling dot com. My name is tracey bregman..

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"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Didn't want my mother radio but when she got the call the men at the radio station and some of these guys. You gotta understand when you were in radio most of these radio personalities. 'cause they were personalities they were also entertainers came from My god the bands. They were comedians. Vaudeville ish you know you have to have the gift of gab. Who are the your pre-treated point by the one who wanted to hear somebody looks record. Is you know so they would come on. And they were rhyme so in a like like rap is not new. I heard Eilly food like a butterfly sting lack of be well. That was wrapping. I mean that's nothing that was going on on most street corners in any ghetto anywhere. All over the world where they are you gonna tell stories and make ryan baby is not new so when you got your dj's and they're coming up with different names and they had given my mother's name princess premium stuff in that was the same show the goodwill review which was alive showed. They did annually to raise money for kids to get uniforms and build the baseball fields and and help people in need. Because that's they became deputy. Dia was goodwill radio and listening to a film. And i'll send it to. You don't have to put it on a person who did that. Caroline travis Did did a documentary called airplay. The rise in fall of the the discharge e. or or rock and roll. That's what it was but it was. I call When they release it as a pilot as dj revolution and they should've kept that. Because is the dj's they were the ones who was a social media back. Then i mean my mother office this film and she gave me the out takes. My mother said we gotta call somebody trying to find their husband. We found husbands. We found wives would run off the find in the community but one guy called because his wife called ask jeeves at a party and they want to know they could find his teeth and they found a garfinkel. You know so. It's like a one thing that i've learned and this is the same thing for music. And i know that we have the entrepreneurs out there you know liz a when you can come up with something that makes people's lives easier. It's like a solution to something. All of us have been having difficulty with. That's a purpose. that's a sermon. You know it. I know many people. I'm going to write a song. And i'm gonna make a million bucks well. Some people just wrote a song never thought about making a million bucks made it so you know when it comes from the right place i just i just have to believe that whatever you do. Yeah you're entertaining. If you're on on on radio you contain. Yeah but that's the only reason for you sell and we asked celicas gotta get time by time you know Maybe not a what you're doing because see we got. We got this new thing that we can do. Our thing craze lord you talking about you know fifty thousand watts see klw or wherever money in there you gotta sell time and get the sponsors tv and all that she says okay entertainment sales but you have to inform people listening to the guard course entrepreneur. Podcast they have to educate people and then you have to be there in what she was doing. Talk radio lift people. People need to feel better or have direction in tracy. What you're doing. I heard kenny's interview with you and i heard the other one that you sent me. It started out all light hearted. But i'm telling you Musicians out there We have generation now that Forging your own way go west young man young woman whatever in the social media and their feeding out how to have their own labels and everything like that and i just asked. This of everyone is doing well. heart you're gonna give back is is a big deal because if you take take take take you might be getting rich real happy that you finally there. Maybe that's where your fear is that you're you're afraid of not having right. So but but look in the old days. And i can make a lot of companies. You know that Took all the publishing. Their artists or down on beale street took the publishing all those artists or even put stamp their name on things that was not there because they didn't know how to copyright form right so One of the things that i did. When i met kenny i showed him copyright for and i will put them up on bulletin boards. The musicians come over. You'd be surprised. How many fantastic musicians were. What's that and that was like in her late seventies. You know because my mother had a radio and a record promoter come over said okay after she had motown columbia and i admit clive davis and everybody. 'cause i had i had record deals bunch when when she said she says okay. That's what you want to do saying than i'm going to have. Some people come over and she would have them come over. They come over. 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"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Was where it was happening yet. Worn down there and when Debussy handy finally got memphis. Tennessee hurt my grandfather over there playing the piano as he heard lots but he asked to go out on the road with him after urine. Play but i got a little bit more about peewee saloon because all musicians used to go there and they've wait somebody to give them a call in order to find out. Hey they need a saxophone player at so some but everybody go there. Of course i guess. They spent their money before they even hit gig but debussy handy because he was training educated musician he knew how to read. He knew how to write scores and everything so he would go down into the alleyways and listened to the people who on their homemade guitar. You know i mean we see. Today we go to the national association of music merchants. There we will go to another building. 'cause we didn't last year cousin of a pandemic but you can go and see guitars made from cigar boxes from oil cans from any gotta make music. You're gonna make it any way she can you know but he would go in the in the Alleyways and he would hear them and he would write down. Their music can bring a little hoops and everything a down their music so that he could preserve it for them. Because you know they didn't have tape recorders Thank you know. I work will. Maybe they have talkies. That's for sure. Chris so anyway so my grandfather came around all of those people in the filtering of all the musicians that pass through and so when he met my grandmother ida fox shit. She was a widow of of a claus to and they were millionaires there in a book of millionaires people of color. But he saw her and he said that's gonna be my wife. And i think he bet on it you know but And it came to be so he had ten more kids with her most of them boys so you had my my grandmother either fox steinberg with fifteen kids need to say. Yeah yeah she. She died pretty early. She died when i was born but Most of the boys in family and two of the girls one particular nam. My aunt man was the oldest of the steinberg children and she was a singer and she sang with the bunny baragan. they came. they got her bunny baragan. I you know. I should have written down the names of the band that picked her up. Go out on the roads but she ended up with fats wall so the boys were coming up and they wanted you know. There was music in the house. 'cause grandpa's still play. The piano wasn't too long with wc handy. I have to add. Because he didn't read. And i had always heard that the the the rag piano players always played the black keys. That's pretty interesting for my grandfather. Also be on bild street but so Boys my father played trumpet and He taught his brothers how to play. And so we had uncle morris who played saxophone We had uncle wilbur. Who did end up playing the bass also but he was the same in the family. And then we had my father luther steinberg who was recorded by sam phillips in leonard chess. They changed his name. Of course you know. They didn't abide by steinberg. They wanted loose sergeant sergeant and they wanted to the studio and with the newborn family and michael morris was on that and my daddy was died in the wool jazz man and he. He told me he says you know what. I walked out of that session Midsouth hit and so they. They went in and promoted that but he said after that. I didn't look back. I mean and elvis had opened up for him on occasion prior to recruited by father recording with sam phillips and leonard chess. I was shocked. Find it out. I mean i knew else was around And i knew that debt was supposed to become what elvis became you know but it was like letting the cracks aluminum music was about to change in a lot of jazz. Musicians didn't really go for the blues. You know in and we were focused on their their their style. Well you know it's it's it might as well be a chopin so right so my dad you know. He want you to be a professional musician. Okay so i had classical piano at my babysitter's a minister so we'd go up the street. We didn't have a piano in the house with there was only trumpets and bands coming to the house. So my baby sitter. Her father was a reverend in that they had a broke down piano and they were just playing around with it one day. My dad heard me doing something on. The piano was five years old when he went. Whoa okay so i i guess she's got something so let's get behind it so i had less doubt. I also had dance lessons in all. I really want to be a dancer but the music was always there. It was just you know. I i studied it. I put in way more than my ten thousand hours. Wasn't even thinking of ten thousand kidding. Told you about ten thousand hours than shouldn't should put in. Yeah absolutely i just i know that I know that when it's the one thing that you want to do in first thing on your mind and the and the instrument you head for after school. Then you're in your. You'll even debate none that saying my mother didn't yell at meat a practice and i had so much that And i could write songs and make an improvised. You know You know she had to stay on me. Because sometimes and i found lots of did become a teacher later on after after my movie career everything but i found that the kids that were posed. Naturally you're gonna have to be careful 'cause you have to guard it. That's very precious and If you take it for granted in doped look i'm not saying if you're prodigy or something like that product you'd have to be careful to i've i've known a couple of them and later on in life they dayo child actors. You know you know With the adult around them have got to be very sensitive to out to bring them along right or their their heart will be broken later on in some.

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"steinberg" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on HASHR8

"To another episode with compass really excited. We got navy air close partner with compass on a few different products especially this one hash test which is a new way for checking out. What's going on with your ac behind the scenes third party that navy air encompassed just rolled out last week at mining. Disrupt so really excited to have josh. Matinee was ceo of navy. Air and david steinberg on who kinda researches sbp of mining over at now year so really excited to have them on Yeah we're going to start the show right now. no further. Do i hope you enjoyed this episode. If you do please consider subscribing and leaving a review on your preferred listening platform. It really helps out. the show becomes. Podcast is presented commercial free by compass. The number one bitcoin mining marketplace. If you wanna get started mining bitcoin source far defined essex or find competitively priced hosting space in check compass out at compass mining dot. I o. and now onto the show josh david. How're you doing pretty good. So david we caught you or josh. Rather we caught you on the road as you're head off to check out a facility so we're really thankful that we gonna grab a here because this is a big announcement for both of us. Both for compass navy ash test is a really interesting in new way of checking behind the scenes. What your basic is doing. And there's a few different kind of like i guess Things that go along with it. That must don't see There's there's some factors behind the doors that people are not going to think of when they first see hashtag When i say. Oh i can now see like what the energy efficiency of my as is and i can actually see if my is performing up to specifications manufacturers. Give it so we're going to give up. Get into that later in the show but i wanna get a quick bio from both of you David off with you what you do at navy air. How'd you get into bitcoin. And what are you excited for. Going forward with hash tests. And aveer sure on david. I'm the vp of mine technology navigator. I've been with navigator since early two thousand eighteen and i've been mining bitcoin since twenty eleven. I got into it. Just because i saw wired article that was about malware that was attacking people's wallets and i was wondering like what is this. What's what's the value here and Disorder got drowning by the math. Some pretty excited to be doing this professionally for such a long time at this point and I think that hatch test has a lot of potential to try to increase the amount of truth in visibility into. What's actually happening. When you urges an or sony's awesome josh unit have kinda emailed back and forth a little bit but interested to kind of get to know you more a little bit now. What your bio like. How'd you get into bitcoin and d- do not sure yes. I've been I've been involved in software since i was nine. I've been started quoting on house. When i was nine was an after school program that i'm really fortunate to to be that was nineteen eighty one so dates me a little bit of texas instruments. Ninety nine for Four you have just been involved in software ever since i got involved in in bitcoin. Twenty thirteen june twenty thirteen was a friend who gave me a one. Bitcoin in goes around eighty bucks or so at the time and was fascinated by it immediately. i started mining that evening on trying to mind that evening Amac was trying to you know see pew mine getting nowhere. Start learning a six win. Interested me the most about mining was as i started. Learn about bitcoin. I wanted to understand how it works. And so i kept kinda going further and further down into the stack in. I arrived at mining at you. Know that evening and on yeah and just never You know kind of not never never stopped so it's been about eight years now. Do you still have that one. Bitcoin three hundred or something. And i'm like oh man it's over. Yeah yeah you know. I i have One of the early have a mug. These guys have heard this story like sony times. Ready but I i have a mug. That keep in the kitchen. That i i drink out of maybe once a week or so. It's a it's a butterfly. Labs mug it costs me. Twenty two bitcoin Because i sent them twenty to bitcoin and they never sent me. Never sent me the six hundred fifty gig ash on our pi card on and you know there was some. There's a lot of bumps and taking along along the way. A lot of bruises. Lot of lessons learned along the way on. So i try to keep those moments of around me. But i'm yelich a lot of us probably wish to hold onto held onto more early early on. Yeah i got a career out of it so hey yeah that super fair think must have been a bitcoin longer than a. Two or three years now would say the same for for bitcoin mining though what interested both a uso both have a software background. What was the thing that got you. Specifically into the mining sector is obviously. There's a lot of places make money and there's a lot of things more flashy than mining sometimes and and so it's interesting to see where people get sucked into his rabbit hole. Bitcoin mining specifically. I was intrigued. Mostly by the idea of just like leading a computer running and having a generate profit for me i was looking for passive income at the time and it just kind of seemed like a cool way to support tech that i thought was just incredibly cool time. You know. I read the original white paper and got really sucked in. By just like the the logic of decentralisation and just kind of seemed to me like the next logical step and mining was something that i could do at home. I could participate in it. I was like cpu mining whole blocks of light coin at the time on because that was a thing that you could do back in the day on. Actually a had a minor installed on my ipod touch. I remember it was submitting shared after shared. I was just like wow. It's amazing how can i get zahn as many computers as possible and It just kind of It just you know once once it gets into your brain that you want to keep doing this. It's like it's really hard to get away from it. it's so much yeah it was. It was magical I think maybe many of us can identify with this. You know like when i first started mining instill to this day. There was just something. That's very Tangible about it nearly very few computer processes that result in in a kind of like a concrete tangible measurable outcome on that has value and there was just something. So i don't know just so magical you know about about the process and it. Just don't just kind of dream in the hardware like the side of things and just the like the exploration or like china zero like where to where to source in. Acs in twenty thirteen on you know how to set it up. And how. I mean how to keep cool. That's very cool. Space to be better adjective somewhere. Enough a share. I want to get some context for our listeners. More about navy air so Judgment you can take this question Give us like the roadmap aware navy band where it's going what you guys do. The bitcoin mind sector. I guess have a lot of fingers everywhere. North america specifically yes. Never the company really kind of started by accident like never never really had a a master plan or some kind of like strategy or something. You know it it. It really came about because there was an entity they wanted to do a hundred megawatt deployment in late twenty seventeen hundred megawatts. Today is pretty significant. One hundred twenty seventeen I just thought the reform that. I didn't think iran actually telling the truth but i guess somebody knew somebody who you know referred me if you're gonna if you're gonna get in the space used to talk to josh. Because he's got he's got some more stories and some experience might be able to help you so we did some informal consulting on.

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"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"All right. That's it for this episode of happier in hollywood for questions and comments email us or send us a voice memo to happier in hollywood at gmail.com. Thanks for listening. Please subscribe if you haven't already things so much to the amazing talented don steinberg for joining us today. Thank you to our executive producer. Chuck reed and thanks to everyone. At saint cola sound you can follow them on instagram at saint. Coal sowed thanks to everyone at cadence. Thirteen as always thank you to gretchen. Rubin happier in. Hollywood is part of the onward project. Listen to the other onward project podcasts. Happier with gretchen rubin side-hustle school do the thing with whole thirties. Melissa urban and everything happens with. Kate bowler get in touch on instagram. At s fain and liz's atlas craft. We also have a facebook group. Search for happier in hollywood on facebook to join in on the conversation until next week. I'm liz craft. And i'm sarah thanks. Thanks for joining us. It a fun job and we enjoyed liz. I'm now packing like suitcases for multiple places. I have Camp trunk have a whole camp section than i have stuff to go back to puerto rico. Then i have things that are going to l. a. The don't need to go to puerto rico. We have literally been living out of a suitcase since the end of march. Oh my god and were another at least month. Yeah and then what. Where am i living. Can someone tell me that please this. I don't know from the onward projects..

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"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"So don has been the mvp of worldwide tomlin casting for sony pictures television since two thousand eight. She's worked closely with casting directors writers and producers overseeing casting for all current. Sp tea series movies limited series as well as spd's projects in development for network cable and streaming in the last four years. She's taken on the position of working with sony's international division and the production companies that it owns. She's been instrumental in the casting of bryan cranston breaking bad and rose byrne in damages. She currently oversees casting on shows like the good doctor. The goldbergs the blacklist for all mankind cobra kai swat and better call saul and of course liz fantasy island yes. Don began her career in new york city casting off broadway theatrical productions and co running the west bank cafe downstairs cedar bar before moving to los angeles in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and working as an independent casting director in both motion pictures and television done also sits on the women leadership committee board in addition to the sony pictures time for change content committee board and we should mention sarah. Dawn is a native new yorker who went to the famous high school of performing arts in new york city. Yes which was the home of fame the movie which we're going acid on about. I cannot wait. Don welcome welcome. Hi guys it's so good to see you. It's good to see you. It's been many many months that emails all right so don first of all. Can you just describe your job for our listeners. Ooh i love my job. I actually I feel lucky that i have my job. I'm a casting executive. And so. I work at sony. Where you guys are working on the fabulous fantasy island at the moment so each show that we do has a casting director and the casting executive is somebody that oversees all the different shows for the studio so we help every show that we do use the expression it takes a village because when i started in casting it was y'all you had to know the actors in new york and in canada. Now we are watching self tapes and we are just dealing with. I mean canada. Ireland's scotland london mexico. I mean tapes are coming in every day from all over the place so in using the expression it takes a village it certainly does scope of what we do. So we supervise the casting of single show. We work with the casting. Directors the agents the managers to bring the best people in for the project and whether that be the pilot or the episodes. That's what we do and pilot casting is so it's in old. Yeah and it's also like it's kind of i mean our theory is the cast in the end makes or breaks a show right. I mean you could have a great show and if the cast doesn't gel it's not gonna work but if you have an okay show with an amazing cast. You can have a hit right. Yeah i mean it's interesting that you guys think that because we in casting thinks it. Think it's about a script so oh yes. So that's it. I love the you actually think that A really good cast can a mediocre script and a really good cast can take to the next levels a great script but yeah it's okay so i'll give it to you. It's about the cast. It's the truth it is. I mean it's really about how that dynamic comes together. yeah. I think the problem is with pilot casting is. There's so many cooks in the pot and it's like you know you look at great a painting. I always call it. And if there's a line down the painting there are two roles the left side and the right side that if the artist is painting all these little dots and all these little avenues and all these little things and you end up looking great monet and if all those were actors that's the job of the people in casting to put the actors in all those little spots and they all have to make sense and so even from the smallest role people say who cares just cast them. We don't just do that. Because all obsess and my casting directors will obsess whole night that that one role was stick out like a sore thumb. And you have to be authentic to what you guys have written. I mean i think for the writers you go to bed what i wrote down something that i never thought of this until last night. You wanna make sure that your words come to life and the wrong actor can kill that. Yeah absolutely absolutely yeah. We might cut a scene if we don't like the way it plays. Byu favorite scenes or could be pivotal or. Be something that you never wanted to land on the on the cutting floor and then of course we feel guilty and bad and horrible and it always fire somebody in the middle and then it costs more money to you know. Go back and do that. So that's crazy. I have a question about the politics of casting a pilot because like you said there are so many cooks in the kitchen. There's obviously the writers and show runners. There's the studio the network it's writer director. All of these different elements can be pushing for different things. How do you as the executive at the top kind of help. Balance that out. Well it is a balancing act. It is a balancing act and it's It's a high wire act in you. You guys know because we've lived in on a couple of on a couple of projects for us in casting. It's about being true to the material. And i know that in the cluttered world of what's out there. We need to sell the project. And that's why when things go straight to series. It's a lot more fun because they're not. Judging that one the one pilot. I mean the old way of doing network pilots. It's so antiquated. It doesn't make sense anymore because people really they're viewing habits have changed so people want to get to know the characters. It's like closing a book after the first chapter because it didn't make sense and soon you don't go back to a show. I figure it's because that pilot was to it was too confusing and sometimes networks will want to add that character and add that character ad that character and really shouldn't come into episode four right right so when we look at his scruples they really do. You need all this. Does this all make sense. We'll talk to the writers and say. Is this going to end up on the editing room floor. If not let's say that character down the line. Do we really have to introduce them now. And i'm sure you guys experienced this. So many people need need a comment just to hear their voice. Yes just just just just stop. Just let us let us just. Do we do if you're not i. I listened to your episode about bowlers union..

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"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"The war of attrition that his life in los angeles today we're gonna talk to dawn steinberg. Edp of worldwide talent and casting at sony pictures television and then take a hike. We are going back to puerto rico. So we're going to talk about what we're gonna do differently. This time around. This week's hollywood hack will make you teary but first sarah. We have an update for everybody. There is a new trailer for fantasy island and we are very excited about it. S it's the like full minute trailer. Not just the like little teasers. You actually can see and get a hint of what some of the stories are. It looks fantastic. Yes i keep watching it over and over. I must admit. I know me. Tell and sarah. We will link to the trailer in the show notes. So if you haven't seen it and you'd like to go to the show notes that happier in hollywood dot com. You can see the trailer charing. The wonderful roselyn sanchez okay. It is time for from the treadmill desa which we discuss. What's most pressing our work psyches. And this week it's casting. We are going to talk to don steinberg whose vp of casting at sony Pictures television and someone we have known for years and we just think is so wonderful. So we're going to ask her everything there is to ask about casting which is of course a huge part of what we do..

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Creating a Marketing Strategy for Extending Your Business Internationally

MarTech Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Creating a Marketing Strategy for Extending Your Business Internationally

"Let's walk through what you think. The right strategy is when you're thinking about extending your business outside of your current territory into new markets. What's the playbook for launching a new product line. A new country was a great question bed because we not only help. Climb sloan new countries but obviously nation state where was looking to expand out since we what we've clients from across europe as well as constant state senator was say we have bring the far east so the real challenge first of all is to understand way. Your biggest opportunity is the truth. Is that launching. Internationally is quite time. Consuming can be quite expensive. So you really want to. Because you're aware. The opportunity is an understanding that from your product or service to me is the first challenge this ways. You can do that in terms of research but a lot of it depends on new understanding who your customers are. I meant being identify in which countries like exist. let's us a case study or a hypothetical. Let sam running a sast business for us on helping corporate executives move from an executive role to a consulting practice and it's available here in the united states. I'm thinking about launching in europe. Talked me about how you'd think about positioning that product. And what are the markets. That i should select. So that's a great idea. Instead of launching that internationally because see a lot of countries have executives that had not made that transition in consulting. I think assess thing you really need to think about is like more rich so even if your working with executives who have good english as a second language it's still going to be harder to sell to countries where the primary language is english. So it's me one of the challenges of the sas business is always about whether localized with language. Or whether you're going to launch just in english that doesn't rule out in launch. Levers apple jam neil steinberg france but it means you need to think slightly differently about how you approach that

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"steinberg" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Somewhere. You cannot quit. Now is a difference between knowing when to walk away and when it's okay to fail as long as you keep falling forward as long as you. Keep failing forward Rocky balboa said and this is my last thought on as if you want no more bellboy said in the last rocky movie. His life is not all sunshine and rainbows. It will knock you down. Any will keep knocking you. Down and sacred of success or failure is not in whether you get knocked down whether you keep getting up and keep moving forward absolutely. You can not stop moving forward. The greatest disappointment of my life. Today that are fourteen month. Old grandson was killed by a drinking driver kit. Our daughter and our grandson was fourteen months. Old thanks is gonna hit you with disappointments is gonna keep on knocking. You down question is what are you gonna do it. The true champion is the cake. Keeps kidding keeps moving. Full and sees the masterpiece sh absolutely. Oh my goodness. This has been an amazing conversation. I use shared some wonderful wonderful words of wisdom today. And i appreciate it hub if someone does want a book you for virtual speaking tour or something of what is the best way for people to be able to get in contact with you. We have two websites For churches and religious organizations that can contact us through tiny giant dot. Com cayenne y. g. a. n. t. dot com. Which way we're going to merge benchley by the first of the year opened one. The other one is jeff steinberg dot net looking at jeff steinberg dot net looking at tiny giant dot com. This there or have your audience get in touch with you. I've been in touch with each other so many times absolutely commission. I'll graciously accept. How about that will thank you so much for being here and this was absolute honor to hear from you. And i'm. I'm really glad that we've gotten to know you and for you to share your wonderful story with our listeners. I appreciate you so much more. It's been amazing and thank you so much to putting with our postponements and such like that and more than that. You and i talked on the way to this. You very candidate very helpful. And i appreciate that a lot and it's my pleasure and always happy to come on and be with you. I appreciate that as well and we may have you back again sometime in the near future. Seper that so an for all of you out there who are watching and listening. Thank you as well for being supporters of love gauge. I appreciate all of you and enclosing as always. I always want you to be able to go out there and lift fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. Did you know that a majority of entrepreneurs tend to discount the importance of their work and a good number field. Their success is simply due to lock. I know from personal experience. That self-doubt can keep you from having the kind of life and business you desire. That's why i've created a free guide called uniquely knew how to move from self doubt to self love in four simple steps to claim your free guide. Go to live. Love engage dot gift. that's live. Love engage dot g. I asked.

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"steinberg" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Give myself a bath. I will never be able to throw basketball into even though i get call. Poke shot over time. I there are things. I cannot do that allows me to focus on things. I i do graphic design ideal editing. I am a singer. I'm told diamond. sounds like me. I met him once. I told him i see people. Tell me i sound like you. Is anybody efforts. oji who sound like me victim. Say big look down at me and he said no not that i can recall and i'm thinking get a life neil one i am I'm a husband. Father grandfather incredibly talented very very cute. It's mostly so we'll be if you don't believe me. Just ask me. And i'll tell you again. Here's the point. We all have things a. We also have things we can't don't worry about. You can lead the handicapped and start absolutely because you can learn how to overcome some things and maybe you can learn to do some of the things you can't do and then whenever you can't if it's just impossible like you said jumped off a building you're not gonna be able to fly by flapping your arms however that doesn't mean that you couldn't come up with some other way of yeah. I met a young man or by the way i drive to. Your driver has had a guided by carbon bible thumper wheel you blind like that back in fourteen acid should without would really hurt. My mom would not be happy. This is gonna tear little. Here's the point at a young man that i met. He was nineteen years old. I picked him up late at night. Eleven o'clock to take him home from work. I knew amenity got in the car. There was something special about got talking a little bit and He said my boss usually takes me home from work. She couldn't do that. And so we chat a little bit silenced. She said. I think i can tell you because of who you are. And because i think you'd understand he said. I have autism and we got to talking and i said well. What do you want to do with your life. I wanna be a pilot and he said when i retire. Or when i'm through piloting i want to open a retreat center burned out.

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"steinberg" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"steinberg" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

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SoftBank-backed Greensill Capital reportedly files for insolvency

WSJ What's News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

SoftBank-backed Greensill Capital reportedly files for insolvency

"Specialty finance firm green silk capital filed for insolvency protection in the uk today that similar to bankruptcy protection in the us. Greenville offers short. Term cash advances that allow companies to stretch out the time. They have to pay their bills. Today's filing follows a move by credit suisse to freeze the investment funds that were central to green sales operations. One of greenville's major investors softbank. We've previously reported that its vision. fund was set to write down a one and a half billion dollar investment in the firm our finance reporter in london. Julie steinberg says green sales clients are now looking to a potential takeover of greenville private equity firm apollo. And it's insurance affiliate athene many companies will be able to resume their supply chain finance programs but in other cases particularly for companies that are less than investment grade. Those companies will have a hard time securing financing at it might Snarled their supply chains because effectively means is their suppliers might not get their money on time and it could delay orders. So there's a ripple effects that might a

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Tiger Woods Faces An Uncertain Future

The Lead

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods Faces An Uncertain Future

"Also brennan. It's currently a little bit before eight pm eastern on tuesday night and we need to say obviously that this story is still developing but as of now. What do we know about the car accident involving tiger woods. Well at this point based on the press conference held by the los angeles sheriff's department and various reporting tiger woods was driving at what was potentially too high speed around a area in los angeles county. That had a pretty severe bend in the road. The vehicle travel several hundred feet from the center. Divider at the intersection and rested on the west side of the road. In the brush is seven fifteen in the morning. Local time in la reissued ended up on. Its sire and there's a picture of the car holy cow and needed to be pried from. The viewpoint was removed by paramedics wielding axes to which is to use for prying and we also use an to pry him from the vehicle he was taken from the coat with see a caller backboard for Spinal precautions was responsive at the time of standard and resume wait. He was removed from the scene on a backboard rushed to nearby hospital and a trauma center. As of now no evidence of any impairment. There was no evidence of impairment so subsequent to that we're not gonna make any There was no effort to draw blood for example at the hospital so as of now it seems like a really bad accident. What do we know about. Tiger woods is health at the moment. Will he was brought to the hospital. Underwent surgery mark steinberg agents said there's multiple leg injuries. It has been said that there are potential fractures in his legs. But the big thing that was kind of noteworthy coming out of that press conference was. Everyone's saying he's lucky to get out of his life. He was wearing a seat belt. But it's bad and it could have been a whole lot worse when we first heard this news and didn't know really any details and just saw the photos of the car. I think a lot of us flashed back to just over a year ago with kobe. Bryant's helicopter accident also. La did you also have that immediate reaction i did. It was eerily similar. Do you remember where you were when you heard about kobe bryant. I think everyone will remember today. This was kind of one of those moments so it was only about fifty five sixty miles or so from where kobe's helicopter crash was so definitely. I had that kind of haunting feeling. I think a lot of people did. How has the gulf world reacted to this new. So far fellow players golf officials the best way i could describe. It is a lot of people holding their breath not only for his health. But for what happened. I mean i'm sick to my stomach hurts to see one ear seven now. My closest friends know getting an accident. And i just hope he's all right just is weird. I kids you know ensure the struggle. It's been a journey with tiger woods and a lot of people have kind of come to a level of cognitive dissonance of balancing the man and the myth and the realities of the scandals that he's been involved with and the amazing greatness and today seeing kind of the juxtaposition between this and his crash in two thousand nine tigers wife of five years zealand nordgren told police she heard the crash and used a golf club to break the rear window and pull him out of the locked vehicle. Young raveling of this public persona. That was very much kind of construct when it comes tiger woods. This perfect person was perfect.

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Tiger Woods sustains multiple leg injuries in California car crash

All Things Considered

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods sustains multiple leg injuries in California car crash

"NPR news authorities here in Los Angeles County say Golfer Tiger Woods is hospitalized following a single car rollover crash this morning here in Southern California. The 15 times. Major championship winner has been recovering from his most recent back surgery was long time agent Mark Steinberg says he suffered multiple leg injuries in the crash and is undergoing surgery. Golfer hosted a tournament over the

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"steinberg" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"steinberg" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The new york. This is the catch. Roundtable trump castle here sunday morning. Well what's going on in new york you know. We have elections coming up the city council coming up. We have state elections coming up. We have mayors election coming up. And how are they treating new york. You know. I do business in florida in florida. They call themselves progressive pro business. Democrats the question news. Do we have any pro business. Democrats in new york around. We hope so. We all hope so We have with us today from remini real estate board of new york zachary steinberg and he wants to talk about certain proposals. That are being made In the city council and maybe the state on A future initiatives in having a more time it friendly environment Good morning zachary. How are you. Thanks for having me. It's great to talk to you. What's going on for those of us that don't know absolutely a couple of years ago. The city adopted a law that imposes regulations on building carbon emissions. And we now find ourselves in a situation where the city has written a law that many buildings including the most energy efficient and environmentally friendly buildings in the city if not the country simply cannot comply with because the city doesn't have enough renewable energy coming in through its electric grid to meet the obligations that the city has imposed. So now. what's going on. Is that the governor has put forward it very common sense solution in his budget and We at redmi are trying to work hard to get that across the finish line so that our members can find more renewable energy resources to use to support their buildings decarbonising and be more environmentally-friendly the differences they give us the the the low level and high level. But you're asking for and what the proposal just give us a scoreboard. Start by saying you know we read me. are members. Strongly shared the goals. State and city have put forward. You know it's really important to have a carbon neutral economy where we protect the environment and can move forward in a in a smart sensible way towards that goal right now with the state has put forward is a proposal that would allow building owners to use a broader range of new energy resources to use to offset their missions at the same time as we work towards bringing more renewables directly into new york city. And we think that that is a very prudent approach moving forward because we simply cannot reach the goals city board unless we get more renewable into the city and what are the dates that people are demanding that real estate Real estate people in new york Chief yeah good question. There are limits that come into effect by twenty twenty four and then they get increasingly more stringent over time Such that by twenty thirty huge loss of the building stock in the city is going to be subject to pretty significant penalties by.

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Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

The KFBK Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

"You know the news this morning, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg urging people to be vigilant and of tomorrow's presidential inauguration cave because Nick um a goddess with more Steinberg has worked to coordinate local state and federal response to the California Capitol threats in the aftermath of the U. S. Capitol attack on January 6 last week, Governor Gavin Newsom activated the California National Guard to protect government buildings in the capital city.

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Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory

Tom Sullivan

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory

"Stories well as you've probably heard this morning Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg calling for mandatory face masks in Sacramento as a lockdown is lifted KP gave Nick a massage has more mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to make face coverings mandatory as more businesses reopen in Sacramento county in a Facebook live video yesterday he suggested that masks become mandatory in the county to decrease the risk of spreading the respiratory illness it is going to be even more important for us when we are out in public they have that extra layer of protection not just for ourselves but for each other Steinberg said that in order to ease the state home order residents must vigilantly follow social distancing guidelines as the county takes steps to re open Megan the Dallas news ninety three point one

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Unemployment programs can’t handle signups because … COBOL?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:44 min | 3 years ago

Unemployment programs can’t handle signups because … COBOL?

"New Jersey's governor recently went on TV asking for volunteers who know Cobo a more than sixty year old computer programming language. That's because the state's unemployment benefits system runs on a decades old mainframe. They can't keep up with the volume of requests for financial. Help and New Jersey isn't alone. Several states not to mention lots of financial institutions are all at the mercy of these very old systems running on a programming language. That isn't even taught in schools anymore. Joseph Steinberg is a cyber security consultant and author of the book cybersecurity for Dummies. Well first of all there are many financial institutions that use mainframes with Cobo for back in processing of transactions and batch processing. I think they probably have things in a lot. Better shape because they have the resources in house. In some cases they've replaced the systems at great expense over recent years in some cases. They're doing it now. And in some cases they've made the decisions to actually people to be able to support these systems going forward but when it comes to government and I would say probably even worse the state governments and then in the federal you have many systems that seem to hang around for a very long time one of the questions that I posed in the last week is simply if God forbid. This pandemic continued for several more months and all Americans had to vote in the presidential election. Remotely do all fifty states actually have computer systems that could accommodate that volume of ballots going out and in to be counted processed secure fashion in in any reasonable timeframe. And I'm afraid of what the answer to that question might be. We simply have a lot of legacy systems involved in various state processes and they are not meant they were never designed to accommodate. You know mass loads that could suddenly happen now And it's a lot harder to skill. These legacy systems newer technology scale much. Better and I'm afraid of what's out there at the state level And I'm sure there's some in federal government but you know after this pandemic is over. It's really going to be time to take a serious look at a lot of these older systems and evaluate whether they really are reliable only because we haven't had to make changes or they're really reliable and I think in many cases will find that it's the former right. I mean it seems like this is sort of an invisible infrastructure problem in America. That in some ways is as expensive and difficult to fix as roads and bridges. It's as expensive and perhaps in some ways more dangerous because you don't notice it until the problem happens right. You have people who desperately need money because there were suddenly ended there placed unemployment claiming they can get processed that can be dangerous. People could be low on food and other supplies can easily obtain them now. Either and I think that's precisely the issue with these older systems often. We assume that they're reliable until it's too late and the problem has hit and at that point you know you've gotTA tactical problem. How do we process these on unemployment claims and a strategic problem? How do we make sure this never happens again in the future? You're saying that even if we were able to bring a lot of programmers out of retirement that these systems simply may not ever be able to handle the load that is being put on them now. It may be possible to scale them up with improved hardware but that's going to be very expensive number one and they don't skill as simply as more modern systems. Do so you know the fact that you're hiring. Programmers out of retirement in people don't live forever. You're not gonNA have an endless supply of programmers who programmed in the seventies in the workforce. And I'm not saying that. These systems aren't reliable. They may be very reliable for what they do. Now but we have to accept the fact that systems may need to be changed and may need to scale up suddenly and we may not be able to do it with the existing technology and human resources and I have been at companies that re platform and it is hard and it's really expensive. And what does that look? Like at a sort of state and national level. What kind of investment in terms of technology and money with that take The thing to keep in mind. There's also political problem with things like this. You know if you're a state elected official and you have to budget a large amount of money for replacing a system no user of that system initially benefits from it so you need to have the political Will which I think after this. We will to invest the money before problems happened understanding that you're investing for the future. We should have our infrastructure. Set up that if there is an emergency in which people are dying. The governor should be focused on people not on technical glitches unemployment system

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Flash Briefing Coaching with Lucien Lu

Alexa in Canada

05:01 min | 3 years ago

Flash Briefing Coaching with Lucien Lu

"Let's get let's get to the nuts and bolts here now for this flash briefing. So I know you've had a look at some of the stuff on my course flash briefing formula and so maybe you can tell us like where are you at now in terms of preparing to launch a slash briefing? What have you done so far and and sort of what are the next steps? And how can I help you right? So I've gone through. This amazing course is. Actually you guys can find this election. Candid knows where I found. Terry but on teachable here. This course is amazing. I've gone through a few of these videos now. And a lot of super helpful to to identify like I've gone through module one module two and I'm getting to the point where it's as to record your flash briefing and upload it so it's it's the process of you know now that I have a kind of a little bit of content up ready to go ready to put up a logo and everything but I. I want to be able to find out the last steps. How do I put the says fee? Or how do I put things together? What do I need when he do? I need to all what service do I need? Stuff better okay. So just just to just to recap so So you've done a lot of the prep-work so you've got you've got your sort of your local your icon that's going to be your flash briefing icon. Okay so you got that. That's thumbs up we've got And you've got sort of your what. What's the name of your FLASH BRIEFING TO BE? Have you come up with the name? Right is going to be easy piano hacks brand K. Easy Piano hacks a love it. It's got it's got good You know there's good keywords in there easy piano people are searching for easy piano hacks they got it and then hopefully and have you got your descriptions up as well. The short description in the long description. Have you gone through those yet? Threat those in front of you. I can pull them up. I'd be curious to know what we know. How you describe what your what your flash briefings about in and Inserted the keywords that are in there and and people are going to be reading when they first come across the flash briefing for sure me. Just pull this up here yet developer. Okay so that's the next question so you've got your Alexa developer console as well so for those that are listening in order to get your flash briefing up onto Alexa. You need an Alexa developer account. It's completely free. It's very simple. You just go to that website and And I've links to it through my course but basically you set it up and you should put some information. Select Sold Amazon. Knows who you are. And that is how you're going to actually start to create flash briefing and that's where you're GonNa plug in your icon. You'RE GONNA plug in your title you're GonNa plug in your description and and some keywords and then the next step is once you've got the descriptions and you've got all that information up there then we gotta figure out where you're actually going to host the audio now Lucien being videographer. I know he's got tons of great audio equipment so he doesn't need to purchase anything and So he's got he's got good microphones. I do tell people that I think it's worthwhile investing some decent stuff. It doesn't need to be expensive Lucy probably even talk about that more than I more than I can. But having some decent audio for audio production is going to be critical. What kind of what kind of women are you gonNa be in for this Lucien? Oh Man I've been I've been kind of using So at home how would I have an audio interface connected to my To my computer which is you are Mrs Steinberg. It's your twenty two too but I definitely when I'm when I was recording for Terry. At Voice of project voice we were using zoom h civics which was a pretty popular audio recorder and then allows you to have axel are inputs. You can plug in all kinds of Mites by. Tom Definitely having something. That's that's you know more than I listen to a few of flash free things just just this morning and in the past week and you can totally tell the difference between the tears. The Alexa voice in Canada. Podcast or flash briefing is voice compared to a lot of these other ones. It's like you really want to hear that. Kristy that tax soothing voice it really comes out with a quality so it really stands out when when it's such and such a new thing where this right. Yeah totally got absolutely agree absolutely. I think that's so important. I guess it doesn't have to be expensive. There are there are expensive and I personally. I I basically have a microphone. That costs under a hundred bucks plugged into my computer. And and I've got those recommendations while my course so the audio is good All Right Ed. That description there And so my one sentence description here says a daily panel tips and advice to learn difficult piano music improve your training so light reading in technical ability. Great great so you've got lots of things that people would be searching for in there And then do you have a longer description as well. Have you got to that stage? Yeah yeah detailed description here is if you can develop the patience and perseverance to consistently practice the advice given here. You will be very happy with what you can play on the piano with your improved musical abilities. Our goal together is to play the piano well with passion into to achieve technical proficiency.

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California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 3 years ago

California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

"Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people have followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them a right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor of but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a great millennial sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the B. two you read first every morning it's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I like to read the sports section to you know we have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento bee marriage time virgin Kerr thank you so much

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California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 3 years ago

California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

"Meanwhile US housing secretary Ben Carson says that California and the federal government must work together to solve the state's homelessness crisis during a forum at USC yesterday Carson said the federal government would soon unveil a faith based initiative to tackle the problem nationwide he also called for streamlining regulations blamed for blocking housing construction between point a and point B. it should be a straight line but it becomes a lap around because of all these things that are layered on top of each other can we fix that we absolutely can and again it comes back to working together we're not enemies Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg who co chairs a state task force on homelessness also spoke at the forum he repeated his call for local governments to be required to build housing for homeless people several state leaders said they're open to working with the trump administration to tackle the homelessness crisis but either said they're skeptical that president trump truly wants to help the

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#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants

The Frame

06:44 min | 3 years ago

#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants

"Assistance in the entertainment industry are overworked underpaid and and often have to run personal errands for their bosses even after they leave for the day. That's according to a new survey of more than fifteen hundred assistance. It was released this this week by the grassroots movement called pay up Hollywood. The campaign started as a twitter Hashtag back in October and has been gaining momentum since then Katie kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter where she covers labor and she explains how the Hashtag grew out of an episode of script notes. A podcast asked about screenwriting. A assistant wrote in saying you know I think one of the big issues. That's going to be coming forward in the next few decades in Hollywood is that we're gonna I have to talk about the low pay. That assistance are facing in how that is related to rising cost of living in Los Angeles and from near the hosts which cacus Craig Mason. Who are both really powerful writers in Hollywood? Read that note and ask for more people to talk about their stories of being an assistant in Los Angeles they just got an overwhelming matic. Email and a writer named Alber who is on the board at the Writers Guild of America started Hashtag called Hashtag Champ. Hollywood so a couple of days before Thanksgiving script notes facilitated a pay up Hollywood town hall where assistance had a chance to talk about some of the issues. And here's what one woman who didn't provide. Her name had to say about burnout. We almost have like three jobs at once. Like not only. Are we working our day. The job for forty to sixty hours a week and not making enough and then therefore doing work on the side like babysitting driving etc but we also have the work of our own careers. I and I think that is what leads that burnout. Because we're not only expected to have this day job that puts all these things in place for us to move forward and then on top of that we're expected to have like an hour to write a day or or to fund their own short films and make them on the weekends like that is just like impossible. I think impossible's inaccurate word word for what she's describing. What some of the other issues that came up around the Hashtag and around the town hall so I think a big one is the question of access? Hollywood has been talking talking a lot about its diversity issues wanting to get more folks into the pipeline of diverse backgrounds. But what we're looking at. Here's the situation where you have to to be able to afford to be an assistant in the first place to get that first leg up in the industry and so Paige Hollywood has just released a survey of one thousand thousand five hundred fifty one assistance and they found that seventy percent of the people who were surveyed were white and that fifty two percent were receiving financial -sential aid from family and friends to make ends meet as they were assistance in Hollywood. So I think we're seeing that this industry in order to diversify does have to become more accessible or economically manically accessible to folks who aren't coming in with with that aid so that to me was notable as well as the fact that a lot of assistance were also talking thing about this sort of demeaning conditions that were expected of them. Hollywood has pay your dues culture and I think a lot of folks remember at its in difficult conditions when they or assistance and so sort of expect. There is a lot to go through that as well. But in the survey it showed that one hundred and four respondents had an object thrown at them in the workplace. So I think that we're looking at conditions assistance or not only being pretty badly paid but also they are facing conditions that are pretty rough. We're talking with Katie kilkenny at the Hollywood reporter about pay up. Hollywood there are other things that really jumped out to me. One is that almost ninety three percent of those. The people surveyed said they work more than forty hours a week and fifteen percent said they were working more than sixty hours a week and hero's something that was really troubling. Almost almost a quarter said that they had reported an increase in substance abuse. So it sounds like the job is really taking a terrible terrible toll on the people who are in this line of work completely. I mean I think these numbers sort of show something that assistance have been talking to each other about for a long time and so I think for a lot of this is not a surprise but this survey really shines a light on some of these issues and the fact that things need to change and it sounds like some show runners are actually saying this is unsustainable and maybe even immoral absolutely so I talked to a few folks. We'd been vocal on twitter with their support and basically found out talking to them that they were advocating for higher wages on projects that they're currently developing and these are Adam conifer who Folks might know true. TV's Adam Ruins everything. David H Steinberg. who was a CO show runner? Netflix is no good nick. And the writer producer producer Creator Ayelet Waldman who was an executive producer on Netflix. Unbelievable Waldman in particular told me that she was trying to get her assistance twenty dollars an hour plus benefits and hover was saying that he was trying to just various aspects of the job to make it more. Tenable you said in your story Lori that you had reached out to the major studios and talent agencies for comment and let's just say they weren't flooding the phone lines calling back. have any of them. Had anything anything to say. One Agency is doing something and they didn't provide comment for the story. But you know I heard via sources that for which is the talent agency that represents spoke John August who helped movement as well as Liz Alpert who coined. The HASHTAG has conducted in anonymous pace survey of their assistance. And and I will also be receiving and looking at the results of the pay up Hollywood survey and I imagine that in weeks to come others will speak up more but for now they our remaining mum and even if the hours are horrible. The working conditions aren't great. A lot of people want these jobs right because it's so hard hard to get into the business and this is one possible path for people who want to become creative people in Hollywood definitely. They're extremely competitive jobs and often a line that is used with assistance to speak up about work. Conditions is that you know there were thousands. That will take place but it's gotten to the point where the wages are the same as they were twenty years ago in some cases That's what we're hearing from. These stories while the cost of living in Los Angeles has skyrocketed. And so these assistance missiles argument is that the situation is untenable at the slain. Katie Kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter. Katie thanks so much for coming on the show as much for having me

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Jeremy Plonk Talks About the Preparation for the Sprint

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

09:00 min | 3 years ago

Jeremy Plonk Talks About the Preparation for the Sprint

"Jeremy plonk standing by joins us now good morning or hey I'm just wondering why we didn't get any theme music before the before the segment today I need a little Old School I think it was Larry Role I'm so dizzy my head is spinning look at you I don't know what day of the week it is well it'll it'll get a little bit easier at least you know I think most of the major decisions that had people kind of wondering you know Catalina cruiser declaring for the sprint it was pretty obvious from early on Mottola sprint the Omaha beach decision some of that will be came clear there's there's those I think of the dust is settling Brixton borders is GonNa Cross adder but he's running in the turn ah you know it does feel like will be will be you know in in as much flocks between today and next Monday no I mean that's that part will come together then it becomes you know the devils you know won the doubles you know and and how you prepare for those it'd be for me obviously I'm a adequately equipped I think on The three year old the two year old so far this year the Qinglin racing the consumer circuit that I follow close you know the major horses at Santa Anita little lighter on the New York horses the most just not my my wheelhouse and the internationals are where I'm going to have to study up you'll have a point once we get the past performances for these racist you know it'll be a couple of days of good study hill next Monday Tuesday or so studying a lot of the Europeans that'll be Reading a lot I think that the the Europeans a little more honest I think in the press about how their horses are doing and what they like and what they don't like the American traders who get canned dancers most of the time so you know a lot of reading and a lot of race they watching but race replay watching stuff with the Europeans because just the style of those races are so much different than what we see in the US I mean horse made quicken and show a tremendous turn of foot but if they ran I you know there in the first mile in one forty they can't quick in a little more than they would say in the US you know so The the Europeans will Lena Quandary for me they always do at the Breeders Cup but to me it makes it exciting I mean I'm glad they're there but as a handicapper they certainly add an x factor it was difficult to it with that that's fair and I I if I want to make a make a parallel utilize is the recent success of of there were a couple of Chad Brown two year olds struck door was one them and there was also philly and both of them had one the broken their maidens with what would be considered modest figures and when they when they got their chances when you were comparing them to the fuller field steak opportunities you had to you had to kind of suspend your your normal mentality and appreciate much more the the race flow and the race style and project whoa how that was going to play against a either a fuller field or or a field that at a first glance looked you know looks like ah the horse would be you know shouldn't be one of the favorites and I and I think a lot of people have gotten into that habit in practice when particularly when it comes to Chad Brown to realize that they they may have just done what they needed to do and they're going to be as effective against a better field and that you know you can't simply you make a summary judgement and that's the same kind of of approach that you have to take with with the Europeans. because you know the times aren't going to compare and and you know the it's a bit of a of a mystery for the most part and you know that that's one of the reasons that years ago when those video compile ations would come out and you waited you waited anxiously the DVD Rom. Well but I. I'm sorry I'm old enough that I was getting VHS tapes so forget yours in your dvd we'd get those two you'd get a call bs on it but if you go to that I had Ah Talk about Beta I buy I my first recording device player was was purchased in Cincinnati it Steinberg's and and it just so happened that's Cincinnati because of Steinberg's who was a big Sony Outlet Cincinnati was a Beta town Beta was bigger there than than ahs started with Beta yeah and then I realized off track is because my dad had a Beta that had one of the I remote controls on it but it was actually a hat you know it had a cord to it sure court with only about eight minutes long so you have to be eighteen inches away from the damn day the remote anyway over press the button but Jason Brown with no of you know why they may just do enough you know especially early on watch the watch the workout videos you know expertise such a wonderful ivory of these from New York Florida California and all around the country and of course the breeders forces but watch every Chad Brown workout there's two horses working together they go slow they finish up even they just enough finishing up I mean this is what they're trained to do right I mean when these courses actually get into a race they've never finished more than in front of another horse at any point in their life every the Chad puts out there looks almost identical they come home well they come together they hit the wire in a pair and this is what they know to do you know not maybe they get further into the career in their let loose and and could really do their thing but to see like a Chatsworth win by measured half length and not a very fast time right out of the box that China to plan I mean look at the script look what he does the sources every morning and that's the beauty of being able to see some of these workout videos did you get to see what trainers normally doing what they do and they look at you watch most of his works then you see what the heck is wholly did yesterday and that is so like that's even Africa for Bob Baffert that gate workday was fast and that's not the norm for Stephen and even Bob commented on after saying I thought my horse is worth fast so I saw only one of the great we talked about reading trainer language you know they don't talk about their horses very you know openly a lot of times they're kind of close to the vest but when a good trainer talk about somebody else's horse especially somebody another division you should listen you know and when Bob Backwards Wild by the totally that tells you something and I think that it gets pretty significant the it was funny because Jay Ribbon joins US yesterday and j the quip came through j where he said The track was played slow after he after review said vast out Jeremy I wanNA talk keenly you but let's get a couple of quick Breeders Cup hits in while we have the opportunity and we're about fifteen minutes away from the start of what should be about either I five minute or probably an hour long announcement of of the pre entered fields we got the wagering coming out Friday breath or stuff wager gotta be available for Free Download on Friday and the fourteen analysts the rolling in right now that's part of why I'm spinning and we're waiting to get the final word on some of these pre entries to see where we're at but guys have been gals have been working hard in advance of preparation researches that'd be a great product free download express dot com check it out starting Friday and then we'll update it race week after we have the final entries and everything like that so give you two chances to check it out

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The Role Of TV In Today's Politics

The Frame

05:32 min | 3 years ago

The Role Of TV In Today's Politics

"Were joined by Brian Steinberg. He covers the business of advertising media and television variety. Hey Brian. How are you doing John. I'm I am well. Let's talk about the controversy over an ad that ran during last night's Democratic candidate debate. Tell us what that ad was about yeah. This is a spot showed New York Representative House Angie Occasional Cortez with becky burning on on camera. It's very dark and noticeable thing to do and probably not the norm. This is the face of socialism and ignorance does Alexandra Cossio Cortez. No the whore war socialism. My father was minutes from death in Cambodia before a forced marriage saved his life. That's socialism forced obedience chance starvation it was by somebody named Elizabeth hang and it was through a political action committee. What do we know about Elizabeth Tang and the Political Action Committee. Put The ad together we oh she's a Republican activist. I believe she's also a former congressional candidate who did not win when she did run so she did that and I think she she's a member this past. She's definitely a political operative some people are calling for a boycott of ABC the but it's unclear to me of the ad ran on the network or stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. Do you know where it ran and who ran it. We're not quite clear that my guest and educated guess most political advertisers are quite I guess is probably medium small size probably could not afford a national ad buy on ABC in Primetime Mike the Strategy Policy would be to run the AD in certain markets that have the people they're trying unreach- most intently my educated guess would say they probably bought stations in certain markets where we're trying to make a point that could be big cities as well as small towns towns will definitely appears run in Washington. DC and a lot of people are now watching the ad online so it may not have been something that was approved by ABC but in rough terms what does it network have to say about what ads are and are not on its airwaves now works with these type of things typically typically. I think tried to not run ads that require them to give equal voice other parties and other what that means they would have to run commercials goals. Ad Infinitum for PLO things there are there are mistakes and they're having the passion they run certain commercials that are just so political that require an opposing viewpoint almost immediately or are. Are you know the claims verified immediately but they're supposed to kind of vet most commercials for clean competitive claims and that sort of thing and I would be suspicious. ABC Rams nationwide. I think it's important to note what the Sinclair Broadcast Group is because they are also not only an owner of almost two hundred rid stations across the country but they appear to have a political agenda and have been asking some of their news anchors to run political pieces that basically echo some talking points out of the trump White House so who's in Clare and why are they an important part of this story well sinclair is a massively large owner of stations they own stations that are of ABC and others they haven't known to set a conservative agenda in recent years to build their own newsgathering and news programming across the nation and they've also mandated in certain instances for their various local news programs to take up certain topics or broadcast certain editorials from people who were hired by Sinclair without always disclosing that the station ownership within the company ownership has certain political stances is there anything that people people could ask either sinclair or ABC to do in terms of response. Does the equal time idea still apply well when politicians get on they you know they're the network is typically. mandated to provide access to someone via posing as what they typically avoid. They're very strict about these these local commercials. I think you know this happened on. NBC RAN AN AD showing people swarming wall during the immigration controversy and it ran during football the ball one of the biggest shows on the schedule everyone saw and NBC actually came out with the same should not run was an error on our part that the ad ran so networks works are cognizant of these things and they usually wash more closely which is why we have to get the bomb whether they national random nationally ran station by station where the networks often are surprised to find out what some of the stations are putting on the air. It seems like a massive reached compare Alexandra Causo Cortes to Pol Pot or the Khmer Rouge but do the people who put this ad together have the freedom to suggest that even if it's not essentially factually true you're supposed to make verifiable verifiable claims now as for products politics can kind of range farther afield you see all kinds of claims and things and one reason that this is kind of flourishes in the majority. Giardi of political advertising takes place on the locals have local adds to your not national nationalists a far too expensive for most people to afford running on a regular basis and and be a not very targeted if you're if you're running for Senate in in Saint Louis. There's little reason to add New York City national candidate. Y- The president you can probably tell you the markets that are most up for

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Threats of ICE raids spark fear in immigrant families

Pat Walsh

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Threats of ICE raids spark fear in immigrant families

"Weekend Sacramento mayor Gerald Steinberg says it's important for immigrants to stay vigilant the crisis may have been averted but the threat is not go away Diana compost of Sacramento area congregations together says the threats took a psychological toll on immigrant families with younger children are a little bit more fearful because what's going to happen to them what's going to be that damage on our children as well as the parents compost surges immigrants to stay informed utilize available resources and not live in

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Checking in on the broadcast TV upfronts in the age of streaming

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:44 min | 4 years ago

Checking in on the broadcast TV upfronts in the age of streaming

"I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt the affronts, or in New York have been going on in New York. This is when advertisers are presented with various networks fall programming. It's, it's such an artifact in a way, you know, I used to go every year, it used to be this huge deal. What are the new shows? What are they going to be? And I'm not the only reporter I've seen on Twitter other reporters who cover TV talking about how now it just feels so so much like the certainly the broadcast networks, fall schedules are, are just this kind of diminished thing, obviously, the ratings have been drifting, drifting downward, there's still a ton of money that changes hands as a result of these presentations. But the nature of the presentations, was really different this year. Yeah. I mean you look at what Disney did they had a two hour presentation. And ABC was the very last almost an afterthought at the end. I mean these have essentially become brand plugs for these various channels network streaming services where everybody comes together in New York. And it's just a show essentially of what these content offerings are. And it's the time where all of these companies are desperately trying to create streaming services that people will pay for subscription based streaming services, and they kind of put that all aside for this week long presentation to add buyers where they say, no, no, no, what we really care about, is this twenty billion dollar ad business that they know is gigantic, but that is not the future of television. Yeah, I mean, the Disney one in particular was apparently so overwhelming. I thought that our colleague, Dan, Steinberg wrote a really hilarious. Article comparing it to a buffet at the golden chorale. Which I've never been to the golden corral for a buffet. But there were such there was so much presentation about ESPN and this and that and Disney. Plus I, you know, I think people felt like this kind of fog in a way coming out of it, because how do you even sort through it? And, and I have to say, I am looking at the cancellation of shows on various networks. I didn't even know where on in the first place. So, yes, the model is definitely changing, but the ad market is still there. It's not all doom and gloom people made a joke. You know, this is networks, circling, the drain, or writing the Titanic or pick your metaphor. But this is still a twenty billion dollar business. It is still the numbers are either flat or slightly going up because in this environment where there is so much brand pollution online with these digital networks YouTube. You don't know if you're at is going to run next to Nazi propaganda or inappropriate content. You have in television, a very safe environment still and people are willing to pay. For that. And increasingly they're paying more for that audience, because you can't find it. Elsewhere, even at diminished levels, there was some other news that came out of this, you know, Disney in the middle of it said, we are basically taking control of Hulu Comcast, eventually selling us their stake. It's a complicated deal. But going forward, Disney is running Hulu and that creates another place where Disney will stream content. And there was also kind of apparently attempts breakfast. You know, CBS has long had this bacon and egg breakfast is always one of the highlights of the up fronts, and Leslie Moonves used to come in chat up the reporters every year in the reporters always liked it because he was very personable and people had no idea of the kind of behavior. He had been alleged to have engaged in this year. Kelly, call took over, you know, he was a longtime person who has set the schedule in his now part of setting the, you know, picking up shows, and, you know, there were questions about bull, which is this show where the star, Michael Weatherly was alleged to have harassed? One of his female, his female co-star allies, a dish coup. She ended up being written out of the show. He asked about that. Kelly, call basically said, we think that Michael Weatherly learned from this experience, and I guess it got kind of tense on. I can understand why, you know, Steven Spielberg's Amblin has dropped it's up. It's piece of the show wants nothing to do with it at this point. You know, and you sort of say, okay, he learned a lesson. But meanwhile, she was still written out of the show and CBS. This comes with the culture at CBS that has seen repeated problems. The message to other stars on CBS if you're abusive all you have to do is apologize. We'll move on. Yeah. That seems a little bit lagging behind where we thought we were with the times up movement. Thank you, Matt, thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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Matt Kuchar, Golf And K UCA JR discussed on Ben Maller

Ben Maller

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Matt Kuchar, Golf And K UCA JR discussed on Ben Maller

"Those of you who are golf fans, perhaps know Matt Kuchar is that how you pronounce his name K UCA JR. He won a tournament is past week and got a million to in prize money. His caddy. That was known among the group has L to con- five thousand dollars for his work and his real name is David Ortiz. I believe regular caddie club caddie worked the bag during the tournament. Not happy and protested made a lot of noise about the fact that got me a million to and I only got five thousand dollars. So with all the noise that he made went to Mr. Kuchar's agent, Mark Steinberg? And and said, I'm a humble man takes care of my family work hard. I'm reaching out to you to see if you could facilitate me getting more money because I helped Matt win is million to so in essence. He was offered another fifteen thousand he wanted fifty and he was placed on hold. He said. When he was offered the fifteen. No, thank you. They can keep their money. Don't know. I guess I'm trying to read the story to because I don't watch a lot of golf. So I don't know how that typically works the caddy golfer relationships, I guess, the the practice the people usually follow his ten percent of a player's earnings. So so you get one hundred twenty thousand one hundred thirty and so he claims that he was paid three thousand the golfer said he paid him five, but either way. Yeah. I mean, I guess it's not a requirement that they get paid that much. But if everyone else around you is getting paid ten percent of what the golfer, and then you get handed three thousand dollars. Yeah. I might be a little peeved about that too. Crutcher said, I don't lose sleep over this. Yeah. Well, he's got a million or something in the Bank. Now, what does he here?

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