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"steve pratt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:22 min | 15 hrs ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Become a lot more prominent part of their offense They've been a lot more productive in terms of touring points and obviously having winds or playing their best ball really at this point in the season You know it's a big part of their game and the rungs would have said the pass game for these guys They get going just after one as to the two and a chance and the two and a Texans in Houston Zach Wilson to return for the jets but Corey Davis now downgraded to downfall with his grand injury College football Georgia black Georgia Tech 45 nothing Michigan beat Ohio State 42 27 Alabama and four overtime won the iron bowl at auburn 24 22 Notre-Dame ratted Stanford 45 14 It was Maryland over Rutgers 40 to 16 with a Bloomberg sports update on Frank Aaron I'm Barry ritholtz you're listening to masters of business on Bloomberg radio My special guest this week is Steve Pratt He is the president of Northern Trust wealth management they run about $355 billion in assets Previously he was CFO of all of Northern Trust and has been with the company since 1985 Let's talk a little bit about what you call goals driven wealth management Start out with what exactly is that Sure Goals driven wealth management at Northern Trust is the framework that we've devised to build personalized wealth plans for clients And it focuses on helping them achieve their individual goals with confidence It provides a big picture of their wealth and transparent steps on how to manage and optimize wealth over time So Barry one way to think about it is and I'm being a little bit facetious but just to make the point it used to be in this industry that the starting point for how money might be managed was a function of your outlook on the markets You think equities are going to go up et cetera so you allocate more to equities Goals driven wealth management comes at investing through a different lens The starting point is not so much our call on the markets though that will be important at some point Our starting point in goals driven is what are you and your family trying to accomplish Once we understand what you're trying to accomplish and the assets you need to accomplish it we can in effect back into how to deploy those assets in stocks bonds other asset classes to give you the best probability of achieving your life goals over time So it's really just a different starting point for how to think about creating an asset allocation that is most effective for you and your family So let's talk about that framework And again the question comes back How different is it for the ultra high net worth then for the merely wealthy or is there a lot of overlapping between the two different types of planet The process is really the same no matter where you are on the wealth spectrum You and your family have goals and whether you have a $1 million a 100 million 1 1 billion 10 billion or whatever the number is you have something you want to achieve over time You plan to live to age 90 or a hundred This is what you need to live in the style to which you want to be accustomed And we do a variety of work to figure out first of all are you asset sufficient meaning under reasonable scenarios Do I have enough if I steward it effectively to live my life the way I want to live it over time And that happens whether you have again whatever the number is $500,000 or 10 million The difference comes in with the flexibility and options that you have as you create more wealth So the starting point is the same Understand your goals understand your needs and let's figure out an asset allocation to give you the best chance to get there What becomes different for people in the ultra high net worth space relative to the rest of us is that they can take advantage of more planning techniques They can take advantage of more techniques to optimize philanthropy They can take advantage of gifting to future generations and so forth And so the process is the same but as you accumulate more money in general you have more flexibility on some other things you can do One of the things that I kind of knew but I didn't realize it was this intense was the number of clients you see relocating to new states It's been a record volume Some of that's pandemic related Some of it predates the pandemic How does that challenge the planning process How different is it from state to state when it comes to things like tax planning You mentioned trust you mentioned philanthropic issues What happens when somebody picks up from one state in relocates to another state Clients relocating has always been with us If you look at Northern Trust history So one phenomenon we've always seen is migration from state to state That phenomenon is also impacted by state tax rates by a state tax considerations And so both because of the pandemic and for tax reasons and lifestyle reasons were continuing to see movement across state lines And so I think the message to urban planners is taxes do matter to people It's not necessarily the only factor But even affluent people will think through where do they want to be where do they want to live What environment do they want to be in And what's the tax impact for their.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 19 hrs ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special guest this week is Steve Pratt He is the president of Northern Trust wealth management they run about $355 billion in assets Previously he was CFO of all of Northern Trust and has been with the company since 1985 Let's talk a little bit about what you call goals driven wealth management Start out with what exactly is that Sure Goals driven wealth management at Northern Trust is the framework that we've devised to build personalized wealth plans for clients And it focuses on helping them achieve their individual goals with confidence It provides a big picture of their wealth and transparent steps on how to manage and optimize wealth over time So Barry one way to think about it is and I'm being a little bit facetious but just to make the point it used to be in this industry that the starting point for how money might be managed was a function of your outlook on the markets You think equities are going to go up et cetera So you allocate more to equities Goals driven wealth management comes at investing through a different lens The starting point is not so much our call on the markets though that will be important at some point Our starting point in goals driven is what are you and your family trying to accomplish Once we understand what you're trying to accomplish and the assets you need to accomplish it we can in effect back into how to deploy those assets in stocks bonds other asset classes to give you the best probability of achieving your life goals over time So it's really just a different starting point For how to think about creating an asset allocation that is most effective for you and your family So let's talk about that framework And again the question comes back How different is it for the ultra high net worth Then for the merely wealthy or is there a lot of overlapping between the two different types of planning The process is really the same no matter where you are on the wealth spectrum You and your family have goals and whether you have a $1 million a 100 million 10 billion or whatever the number is you have something you want to achieve over time You plan to live to age 90 or a hundred This is what you need to live in the style to which you want to be accustomed And we do a variety of work to figure out first of all are you asset sufficient meaning under reasonable scenarios Do I have enough if I steward it effectively to live my life the way I want to live it over time And that happens whether you have again whatever the number is $500,000 or 10 million The difference Barry comes in with the flexibility and options that you have as you create more wealth So the starting point is the same Understand your goals understand your needs and let's figure out an asset allocation to give you the best chance to get there What becomes different for people in the ultra high net worth space relative to the rest of us is that they can take advantage of more planning techniques They can take advantage of more techniques to optimize philanthropy They can take advantage of gifting to future generations and so forth And so the process is the same but as you accumulate more money in general you have more flexibility on some other things you can do One of the things that I kind of knew but I didn't realize it was this intense was the number of clients you see relocating to new states It's been a record volume Some of that's pandemic related Some of it predates the pandemic How does that challenge the planning process How different is it from state to state when it comes to things like tax planning You mentioned trust you mentioned philanthropic issues What happens when somebody picks up from one state and relocates to another state Clients relocating has always been with us If you look at Northern Trust history So one phenomenon we've always seen is migration from state to state That phenomenon is also impacted by state tax rates by a state tax considerations And so both because of the pandemic and for tax reasons and lifestyle reasons were continuing to see movement across state lines And so I think the message to urban planners is taxes do matter to people It's not necessarily the only factor but even affluent people will think through where do they want to be where do they want to live What environment do they want to be in And what's the tax impact for.

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Fresh update on "steve pratt" discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

00:20 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "steve pratt" discussed on Masters in Business

"Special guest this week is Steve Pratt He is the president of Northern Trust wealth management they run about $355 billion in assets Previously he was CFO of all of Northern Trust and has been with the company since 1985 Let's talk a little bit about what you call goals driven wealth management Start out with what exactly is that Sure Goals driven wealth management at Northern Trust is the framework that we've devised to build personalized wealth plans for clients And it focuses on helping them achieve their individual goals with confidence It provides a big picture of their wealth and transparent steps on how to manage and optimize wealth over time So Barry one way to think about it is and I'm being a little bit facetious but just to make the point it used to be in this industry that the starting point for how money might be managed was a function of your outlook on the markets You think equities are going to go up et cetera So you allocate more to equities Goals driven wealth management comes at investing through a different lens The starting point is not so much our call on the markets though that will be important at some point Our starting point in goals driven is what are you and your family trying to accomplish Once we understand what you're trying to accomplish and the assets you need to accomplish it we can in effect back into how to deploy those assets in stocks bonds other asset classes to give you the best probability of achieving your life goals over time So it's really just a different starting point For how to think about creating an asset allocation that is most effective for you and your family So let's talk about that framework And again the question comes back How different is it for the ultra high net worth Then for the merely wealthy or is there a lot of overlapping between the two different types of planning The process is really the same no matter where you are on the wealth spectrum You and your family have goals and whether you have a $1 million a 100 million 10 billion or whatever the number is you have something you want to achieve over time You plan to live to age 90 or a hundred This is what you need to live in the style to which you want to be accustomed And we do a variety of work to figure out first of all are you asset sufficient meaning under reasonable scenarios Do I have enough if I steward it effectively to live my life the way I want to live it over time And that happens whether you have again whatever the number is $500,000 or 10 million The difference Barry comes in with the flexibility and options that you have as you create more wealth So the starting point is the same Understand your goals understand your needs and let's figure out an asset allocation to give you the best chance to get there What becomes different for people in the ultra high net worth space relative to the rest of us is that they can take advantage of more planning techniques They can take advantage of more techniques to optimize philanthropy They can take advantage of gifting to future generations and so forth And so the process is the same but as you accumulate more money in general you have more flexibility on some other things you can do One of the things that I kind of knew but I didn't realize it was this intense was the number of clients you see relocating to new states It's been a record volume Some of that's pandemic related Some of it predates the pandemic How does that challenge the planning process How different is it from state to state when it comes to things like tax planning You mentioned trust you mentioned philanthropic issues What happens when somebody picks up from one state and relocates to another state Clients relocating has always been with us If you look at Northern Trust history So one phenomenon we've always seen is migration from state to state That phenomenon is also impacted by state tax rates by a state tax considerations And so both because of the pandemic and for tax reasons and lifestyle reasons were continuing to see movement across state lines And so I think the message to urban planners is taxes do matter to people It's not necessarily the only factor but even affluent people will think through where do they want to be where do they want to live What environment do they want to be in And what's the tax impact for.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

20:54 min | 3 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Win streak talk about taking advantage of the momentum you build in that post wimbledon europe clay court stretch. She made the most of her schedule. Didn't play the olympics. Played those two fifty events built her confidence and match win streak heading into some big events here in the hardcourt summer and we all know danielle counts. Peak can be super super high. She's a grand slam semi-finalist. And so i wanna watch her. Run in san jose before i discussed that. I know there were other results last week as well. I can only really speak to the action. I saw unfold in dc so that is going to be the theme of today's episode. I wanna talk about jahic center becoming the youngest player in atp to history to win a five hundred level events now. of course the five hundred level relatively new. I want to say it was a mid-2000s invention but of course four yanic sentences third title in four finals in the past year Since november of twenty twenty he now sends two new career high of number fifteen in the atp rankings and look. We've talked about it. I want to say since we had been on the twenty nineteen next gracia podcast next gen tier show that we did where he declared center a tier one guy. I had them halfway between tier one and tier two obviously benz take proven correct. In this instance. Ben knows gingers. Better than anybody but look for unix. Enter to win the five hundred title dude as comfortably as he did show noticeable improvement in. What has been statistically. I suppose one of the weakest parts of his game. I think i test as well his servant. You know for him to talk all week about how he didn't play the olympics to use it as a training block to improve that serve. I want to talk about his performance in what was certainly a fantastic match filled with drama three-set final. He wins over. Mckenzie mcdonald indian for sinner. It's a seven five. Four six seven. Five victory wanna talk about that match talk about the ten set point blown by sinner inset number one mackie's comeback from five to down inset number three as well and then again offer some other takeaways. How the numbers advanced metrics and otherwise have changed over the past week. Of course before. I do any of that. I want to remind all of you listeners. That the reason we able to do this day in day out is because of the support we get from all of you. The support we get from our crack racquets patriot family and of course the support. We get from our friends over at tennis point. You all know the deal. Tennis dash point dot com for the best equipment at the best prices. If you use our promo code cr fifteen you'll get fifteen percent off your order. Free two day shipping on all orders exceeding seventy five dollars. Best of all a free can of wilson extra duty tennis balls again. We're so grateful for their continued support. The least we can do ask you to support them as well. Tennis dash point the symbol not the spelling. Tennis dash point dot com. The promo code is cr fifteen again. I promise i maybe not tomorrow. Because i'm going to count minoa. It is going to be tomorrow. I'm going to kalamazoo but at the opportunity to watch some tennis. Certainly hopefully throughout the day and be able to catch you all up. Then get us going for the one thousand level event happening in canada but for now. Let's wrap the burp the final bow. I suppose on the action in dc sin man jahic sinner delivers. The title gets his first as i mentioned. Eighty p five hundred level of victory. Seven five four six seven five in the final over mckenzie. Mcdonald's look for sinner. now he's forty five and twenty one in his last fifty two weeks of play that to sixty eight percent win percentage. What do we say all of the time here. When you're winning two thirds of your matches at any given level it's time for you to progress up the rankings new look for jahic center who goes on ranked at the start of twenty nineteen to you know our two inside. I think it number thirty darrow was like right inside the top one hundred by the end and then he's at two number thirty seven. I believe by the end of twenty twenty. Now he's up to number fifteen in the rankings. Those are the sort of jumps. The constant progressions go to the challenger level dominated. Go to the to fifty level win two titles. Now when you're first at the five hundred level as well the ascension you see from player who ultimately ends up as a top ten top five sort of guy in the atp tour ecosystem and you look for yanic center over these last fifty two weeks. I mentioned some of these stats earlier. But twenty and fourteen against top fifty opponents. Eight and ten against the top twenty three and eight against the top ten. It's worth remembering. He's doing all of at the age of nineteen years old and of all the players born two thousand or later he's the guy with the most titles he's got three. That's the leader in the group. And i've mentioned this club repeatedly because starting to make sense to me you know f as made eight titles Eight finals excuse me. Centers made four quarter nakashima to those are your two thousand or later leaders jahic centers the leader of that group right now. He's surpassed Certainly felix your seem in yes felix felix's made fourth-round at three of the four majors. Bionic made a quarterfinal at the twenty twenty french open and you just see the power tennis that he plays. He can reach a speed the very few if any can match. It's off of both wings. Forehand backhand so fundamentally sound so compact off of both strokes as well. It's not and so there's this big whipper a glaring discernible weakness from the baseline. And i mentioned this on yesterday's podcast but watching him in person. He is every bit the six to he is listed at an. It's a lot of arms. It's a lot of legs but that length is real nice ability to take that ball early. Hit the ball cleanly just open up angle when he whips that forehand across quarter his ability to open up ankle with the backhand wing. He's one of those few guys. I mentioned it. It's like jovovich zero sinner. I mean there are a couple other in there as well but who can actually hit through court. Cross court off of their backhand wing. That's how dynamic is off of both sides. And then he's an incredible volleyer like his ability to move forward. Finish at the net not only know where to go what to do but actually have feel play. The dropshot play a little bit of slice on the backhand side. He can do a little bit of everything in his gear from start to finish was better than mcdonalds and yet mackey hung around and mackey competed so well all week long and this is where we'll get into jahic sinner serve a know created a ton of chances for himself on the return of serve. He honestly had more success in sinner service games and set number one than he did his own and you know obviously phreatic center. He had ten set points inset number one and wasn't able to convert you know any of them until the five six service game packages played it. Kind of you know who's hanging on by thread for so long in that i suddenly just played a loose game. They're up but you know whether it was miss second-serve returns or just you know sloppy i ball heirs or two mackie's credit a big first serve big plus one ball. It's just because jahic center. And i said this one on monday match analysis. My friend bill. Gross returning champion here at craft rackets many times a show to discuss this as well. It is one a little one dimensional. Now it's the best dimension to live and he lives in the dimension of the top five top ten players in terms of ball striking ability from the baseline. But you know again. I guess when you a question. I always like to ask nowadays. What's the weakness. I'm not exactly sure what the weakness perhaps of you can say the serve statistically but nineteen years old. That serve is going to get better. We'll get there in a second. You know the weaknesses. It's one speed. It's a lot of power tennis and you could tell. As the match went on mackey found his rhythm and mackie's a guy who wants to take the ball early hit the ball flat. Use your spin to keep his ball in the court get that ball down and he found it took him a couple of games but he found his rhythm. He found the cadence against center. And i've said it all week long have said it throughout his career since we've had the podcast mackey as good of a ball striker as you're gonna find on the atp tour. I'm not saying he's the best. I'm saying he is as good as anyone. You're gonna find on the atp tour and he started using the topspin of center to take the ball early up the line mixed in dropshots moved comfortably forward to the net. You look for mackey in terms of the statistics from the match. I mean got better and better as the match went on ends up winning sixty six percent of his first-serve points at sixty three. You know he made sixty three percent of his first serves at a good clip and he fought off. Sixteen of the twenty one break points he faced in this match. Who is absolutely spectacular. And you know mackie's not a guy who shows a lot of outward emotion he did in this match and the dc crowd. They embraced him. It made for a super super special electric environment and again when mackie's clicking i call it mackey ball it spectacular up early inside the baseline on the rise both wings his backhand super compact again his ability to absorb redirect on that wing. While i think it's a little harder for him to generate pace on that side sinners providing you all of the peso mackey was not lacking the big thing was the second servant you know twenty one forty six on second serve points center was able even on first-serve looks to just get a clean rip on the balk at the point back to neutral. Meanwhile sinner only made fifty percent of his first-serve but he won seventy two percent of those first-serve points in look for yanic center. I mean the numbers on serve for him. This past week were absolutely spectacular against you know dating back. He won eighty one percent. Excuse me eighty five percent of his first points against roussev avoriaz. Seventy two percent against court on ninety three against johnson. Eighty-three against brooks be now. Here against a fantastic returner. In mackey he went seventy two percent of them fights off seven of the eleven break points. He faced put a really bad service. Game up five three serving for that third set in the end but look it was funny because he gets broken for four five then he creates a couple of matchpoint chances for himself that mackey of course escapes from four five on jahic centers. A guy who's not for his composure known for his poise. He was furious the look and the body language and the gesture he made toward his box. And i apologize for swearing but he was like listen. You guys like whatever we're doing here. It's not working and i'm not saying he was blaming his box. But the is internal theories that gets an for myself. It's not working. And i'm angry at this and i don't know why i've had twenty one break point chances. And yet were deep in the third set. And i could very well lose his match to mackenzie mcdonnell and guess what he really could have. Lost this match. Mackie made the most of his chances and just he plays a high risk high variance game but when that ball is landing in the court. He's taking the ball early and just really difficult He's gonna hang with you because he he is a top ten. I think mover on a hardcourt. He is that quick and it's super super exciting tennis to watch but look this mattress on centers racket from the start. He had more power in the end. His topspin overwhelmed mackey mcdonnell. There was too difficult for mac and half to keep responding reacting going big down the line eventually sinners power one out and look. I've mentioned the serving numbers all week. Long he's forty. I amongst was forty first coming into the week amongst top ten players in top fifty players in first-serve points when he was thirty third in hold percentage. Those numbers after this week are up to both number thirty one amongst top fifty players on the atp to or speaks to you know again the lack of sample size and how quickly these numbers can change but it speaks to the fact that his service improving again. He said clearly in his press conferences. I did not play olympics. Because i wanted a training block and during that training block i worked specifically on my serve in that work pay dividends. And if you're watching a young player you're trying to see how they progress. You wanna see the things that they are working on and you want to know that the things they're working on are making progress. And i think anyone who watched senator this week knows that his serve made progress and again i e p five hundred title of his career third at the level overall four final. Four him In these last fifty two weeks in terms of just how many quarterfinals he's made that is now he's made nine quarterfinals in the i believe let's see twenty four events that he's played up to number fifteen in the world. You look at the race to the urine final center currently at number ten. I mean he's guy could play the next gen finals and he's got a pathway to the year end finals as well. You look for him. He's twelve now in overall ratings fourteenth in twenty twenty one e low rating. I mentioned. He's thirty first right now. In hold percentage he is now up. I believe let's see two four six eight ten twelve fourteen fifteenth in break percentage and he's nineteen years old jahic centers in absolute stud and again mackey mcdonald big winner from the past week. He goes up to number sixty four in the rankings at seven off his career high of number fifty seven which he reached back in twenty nineteen. He's thirty first now in the race to the year end finals. He's currently You look at the overall elo ratings. He went from number ninety eight last week. Up to number fifty eight this week. You look here. Twenty twenty one results. She's thirty six over. I think that's right. He's been a top fifty player borderline top thirty here. This season finals of the city opened forefront round of the australian open a lot of good hardcore results for mackey mcdonald. They are both unequivocally to winners of the week. Was fantastic tennis again. When you have ten points in the first set when you have twenty one break points in the match. It was on yanic centers racket but mackey competed so well you could tell the confidence he took from this event you could tell his embracing of the crowd even in a loss. He left it on the court. He brought his best tennis in. That moment played the best he could given the opponent and he showed that he is right there a with a guy who is one of the ten best talents on the atp tour and so again. That was your final in dc in terms of some final takeaways here to wrap the show. Because as i mentioned. I'm going to be talking san jose all the other. Atp nwea action next week will bring in some kalamazoo talk. I know i have to preview and discuss the thousand level events on both the men's and women's had the return of simone halla. I'm well aware that we've got action going down in canada and in kalamazoo and in san diego. It's our job here. Crack rackets to cover all of it. So yes i know understand. My voice may sound a little bit horse today. rest assured. I'm just hitting the home stretch. I'm ready to rock and roll. But again i'll look a we cover the challenger podcast on the gop lookout for more podcast in the near future on all of those topics but some final takeaways from the twenty twenty one city open. We got to. I know i talked brooks stats yesterday. Jensen brooks be though currently ranked number twenty one in overall eighty yellow. you go to hard courts. Specific yellow jensen brooks be right now. I mean it's laughable. Just how high. This kid is up to the the hard courts specific Elo ratings you look for him. He's i believe right now number nine teen amongst all players that you know certainly a a little bit i mean you gotta love to see that sort of metric. He's currently ranked. I believe seventeenth in twenty twenty one specific yellow. You look at his splits. And how would they would break down overall over these last fifty two weeks. His hold percentage of eighty two point. One that number would be good. I believe Four number seventeenth tied with taylor. Fritzy look at his break percentage of over these last fifty two weeks. Thirty two point. Three that number would be good for fourth trailing just djokovic nadal schwartzman now of course you have to adjust for competition but the metrics say at the. I say i'm not saying he's a grand slam champion in now or in the future. I am saying if we all see it. Definitely top seventy five guy. I would say certainly top fifty belongs at the atp level on hard courts. You look at some of the other winners. I mentioned maquis mcdonald his big rise up the elo ratings. Gotta give a shout out to stevie j as well. He's playing good tennis. He's made a move back up and again. It's it's nothing crazy. Be look for cv johnson. He's back up to number eighty. I think a big run. This season for dennis could lie eighty nine. I mean they both have been top. One hundred players and i think you know the rankings reflect that fact as well and by the way worth mentioning once again fourteen americans this week in the top. One hundred haven't had that number in a super long amount of time. You talk about the people right now. Who are act career-high ct pass by the way within dull losing the city open surpasses him. So now it's jovovich one med. That have to seats pas. Three nidal four zero five team six rube love career. High seven bertini career-high h appalled sought a career high of ten roads at twelve centers. At fifteen you look up and down cam nori up to new career. High number twenty eight for the vintage keyna's at thirty four quarters at forty five alcatraz new career high right now the live rankings number fifty four nakashima at number eighty six. You know stern dolo. Who had a big week last week one challenger he's up to new career high francisco of number one eleven. All those names young guys. Twenty four or younger twenty three twenty two twenty one range. They're making their move to generational shift. We talk about repeatedly is happening in front of our eyes. Let's not miss that fact. And so obviously. Let's enjoy that here at cracked rackets but again that's the takeaways from dc was super fun to be on the grounds. I can't think people. Like steve pratt. Marsin carlos silva Obviously been rothenberg for putting up with all my crap all front counseling. 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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Choices and you get all of those and more now if you're a business owner You might be making running your business harder than necessary. And why would you wanna do that. Don't let quickbooks and spreadsheets slow. You down anymore. Now is the time to upgrade and invest in net. sweet stop paying for multiple systems. That don't give you the information you need when you need it and ditch the spreadsheets and all the old software that you've outgrown now. Is the time for net sweet. The world's number one cloud business system nets sweet gives you the visibility and control that you need over all elements of your business from financials hr inventory ecommerce and more everything you need all in one place instantaneously. So whether you're doing a million or hundreds of million revenue save time and money today with oracle net suite visit net sweet dot com slash different for your free product tour. That's net sweet dot com slash different and today more than ever legendary businesses are digital businesses and Now's the time to accelerate your digital transformation with spunk. Spunk is the leader. In data to everything bringing data every question every decision and every action with plunked. You can build a more resilient and responsive organization while exceeding customer expectations in the data age visit. Sp l. u. n. k. dot com slash d the number to the letter e that spunk dot com slash d to e. And if you like being healthy one of the most powerful changes you can make a whole plant milk. Organic flax milk from my friends at malibu milk with milk with a wide visit. Malibu milk dot com. Today all right we would like to thank the legendary gary casper off and steve pratt. What an incredible conversation. Thank you so much gentlemen. I deeply appreciate it My friends at one life fully live dot. Org or the nonprofit.

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"You know some incredible episodes that we have Coming up you know. I i gotta tell you i never thought when i started this quote unquote job of podcasting. That it would lead to meeting so many of today's four leading thinkers and it's amazing and i'm so glad to share these conversations with you for example we have coming up in no particular order. Dr avi loeb. Who is the senior astronomer at harvard university. And the first the first academic of his credential level to come out and say we have been visited by aliens. And he's coming back for his second visit with us We have an episode coming up soon with an entrepreneur named sergei young and sergei is the founder of the longevity vision fund. And he's a new category of venture capitalist who invests exclusively in longevity technologies and he has got a new book coming out called the science and technology of growing young and we have a stunner of a conversation. Another one i wanted to tell you about is marty cooper is coming and marty cooper is arguably one of the most impactful inventors and category designers in history of technology and most people. Don't even know who he is. You see. marty was the leader at motorola. Who invented the cell phone. He's in his nineties and he's coming up soon. In addition we have spectacular woman named joe joanne. Molinaro she's better known as the korean vegan and she's a a lawyer turned a writer and of course vegan blogger and she's She's incredible we have a superfund conversation. She's got a new book coming out soon and speaking of new books the sort of the business book of the summer for many particularly those who want something great to kick back and read while there Well they're recharging their batteries. My friend One of the ground dumbs of pr and marketing in silicon valley. Sabrina horn is coming on soon. Her new book is out. It's called make it. Don't fake it. i loved it. And you're gonna love our conversation so those are just a couple of we have in the canned coming up. Don't forget to hit subscribed to To follow your different on whatever your awed cast player of.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"It's while you know those are important and that's does what glories years of being on top of the wall of chess. i also have to say that you know that. St the the the transition that idea thanks to my wife so I was equally important because look. I left professional chess at a forty one. So just before touring forty two now. I'm fifty eight. And i feel relevant so it's very important that we always feel relevant so it's not about your age it's about you know how much you can share with others. How much you can you know Bring in into the game and And transitioned from bank. Best in wall of chaz for two decades into being a powerful voice in many areas that look different but like cybersecurity Human rights geopolitics. But they all were there have some sort of connection and finding these connections and set some grateful to to to to my wife. And that's that says would build this this life. You starting from virtually from scratch. I had my mind authorioty so it's in a good sense But still it's a. It's important that you know i. I don't feel age now. Because i know i still have something to contribute. And that's the message. For people of our edgy know. It's you can always find your spot. It's says it's the machines are not enemies it's machine tools and there will be opportunities for our wisdom for our experience to be incorporated in this new world. I guess maybe one question more if i could sneak it in which is What do you think that little boy in that little apartment. Who got that. Globe would say about the guy that stephen who've been talking to for the last hour or so alok i i was six year old and i probably i did know much but i.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Look. Technologies is not alien to me. So i have been fascinated by computers since early eighties when extra eight nine hundred. Eighty three when i. I'm so acl. Computers in my semifinal candidates match against according to london and since nineteen eighty five working with some german friends experts are are and convince them to built built. Chaz bay so i was involved in called. It welt as an adviser and probably know motivating force from mid eighties. And and i know. I select you know some of my corporations. I believe that they should. They should fit. You know my profile. Because i i know again. I know their limits of ignorance. But i want you know to serve good cause and it's very important that you know with the the power of our will be used productively as steve said. You know. it's a so much talk about bad i. I don't believe that. I is is a to. It's not you know harbinger of you talk about this topic. It's not a magic won't but the terminator it's a tool created by humans and the problem is back. Humans humans monopoly. We will so. That's why treasurer you know the companies that are trying to use for good and You know what's i receive all force and worked with very few companies. But legally i know attracted me because they won't use it. You know very productively to to improve things by by maximizing effect few machine collaboration and that's you know that's how we should move forward and again i i as i said you know. I'm not in favor of saving the planet by trying. Just you know to to close down the businesses actually to find the new ways of using more than technologists. Russ it's the. The solution is to move forward not backward. And that's what i liked about these the program that was was w- presented by delay. I and i feel that you know. I'm sorry with calls. Wow that was a great answer now. Gentlemen i know. I don't have you forever. Although i'd like it forever. Is there anything else that Either of you like to touch on before we wrap. I thought that the gary. You're the your comment about about your courage and your life and and and you're you're being a partner those those really beautiful. Wanna thank you for your service to to move forward. I think i think it's Yeah i i would really love to explore like did that early exploration and the and the labor of magellan the globally leader thinking to your your pioneering chess playing and and being able to dominate. Everyone else there's something in there or something in your brain right said like i suppose fearless eight and then. I think that was your reputation as being the youngest chess champion in the world. Twenty two years old. I mean that's a though. Anyway i mean wh when i heard you speak. Actually my son's graduation. I said like i would love to be affiliated with him. Because he's he's he's like what. You're saying exactly. Thanks that that that that we are on a good day. Live up to right. We try to do other on good days. We do right so anyway. Just want to thank you for that. Other was great. Thank so much. So i i. I can't tell you exactly know how get heater from there. yeah it's Actually no my mother played crew in in my chest career. So and was out. However i wouldn't be able to achieve you know this phenomenal results bad. But it's.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

06:53 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"World without waste. And why we're so excited about what i think is. You're really pioneering thinking in this in this area. I can show. That's that's it's Machines can decide but it's a it's a humans privileged to choose and At i still quote actually came from a great book of just white symbolic while the pioneers of i the creator of elisa mid-sixties it's early prototype of siri and in his book. Computer power and human reason talked about machines deciding and humans choosing and it sounds like you know little semantic difference. But it's very on the stand that if you go deep down it has an understand. Why machines did something. It always because i was told also. And if you go deep down you know just you know to the bottom of human. Humans decision is. Because i wanted so. It's the it's it's about choice and you talked about supply but let's look at it exceeds so st naturally now america america has to to help the rest of the world and we're talking about billions of people that need these vaccines now. Machine cannot make a decision. For instance you know choosing you know what is the what are the priority show shooting you work on a booster that will help people in america or europe being vaccinated. Get get assert shot because it could help against variance or you should continue supplying in the rest of the well because some people didn't get it at all so It there's no way machine will do it. Unless you just put certain parameters there and i can come up with tons of examples were human choice will actually influence machines decision. The same is about drones and about killer robots again. They will decide and when people say. Oh that's terrible day. They just making his decisions they accidents. Yes but actually human mistakes kill even more people available we should remember. It's our choice. That will make decisions. Predetermine and i agree with you. I mean i. I think the the focus on stopping badea i this this this perceived bad things coming from There's so much more energy on that than there isn't like using ai. For good for like achieving like good things in the world and and we have these we have this incredibly powerful technology. And you know. I'm sure there are some people. When calculators came around that they thought that that was the end of the human brain that could do better math than we could or better long division. But i'm not afraid. My calculator is going to wake up tonight and tell me right often. Wonder if if you say the first big human innovation was the wheel. I often wonder when we started using the wheel for transportation where pro were there protests. Say well the people had haul all that shit all over the place aren't gonna have to haul it as much and they're going to be out of work and you know just the wheel absolutely what about what about complaints that it is the the book the the printing press you know left so many monks unemployed so again. It's it's natural that's-that's that's you know that's why we then did things you know to do to help us to make us stronger to make faster just to make it the maas bora giles. So that's that's that's that's why you know the human brains just and never sees the process of exploration innovation. Well sergei young now says that Humans are gonna regularly two hundred that we're on the verge of that now good knows we look. We just trivia question and what was the. I think it's like ninety. Seven hundred eighty. What was the average lifespan of americans. One hundred ten years ago adding. I if i can google it while we're talking about forty seven forty eight years it was. It was around thirty years in all regions of the world. The don't donor about american. Although the world america none of out by the way that's good that you picked up the whole world so you say oh this is this is. People are complaining about globalization about capitalism suit. Now look today you know just in in many african countries wou- seventy again. Thanks to capitalists. Thanks to the free markets. Yeah gary in one thousand nine hundred for men. It was forty six point. Three and for women forty eight point three. I said forty. That's yes yeah now. Now you're talking with seventy five eight years of an plug plug for the book fact fullness the ever read that book. It's the zuleta people saying bad. Things happening a world in Progress in one one of one of the statistics is is lifespan by infant mortality education of girls. How can you compare you know. This is the it's the looking today. It's seventy eight point six now in the us. Okay so it's us at eight hundred eighty percent increase. Yeah so this it's phenomenal and it's at by the way to keep keeps you got co it probably could bring it a little bit down but it still it. It keeps growing because we're getting better and it's now by the way i believe that you know that's what's happened over the last twenty eight thousand eight hundred two months so we'll we'll be big boost to start more work on antibiotics on scene. So that's that's and in general the some research that has been almost frozen because corporations were fearful taking risk in oak could could could be punished and now i think it's everybody's welcome to actually come up with some revolution ideas how we can help people even even if it means that you know. There will be some casualties on the way. Yes now gary. Can i ask you a personal question or to you. Mean all the previous questions postal. Yes they actually. Were but know to me your rebel your pioneer. You're a difference maker. you're an innovator. Those types of words apply and you come from a country where let's say. Certain kinds of innovations are not appreciated. If i could put it mildly And you you've tried to run change things in politics there. You've taken a aggressive stances against the government when you feel a wrong was being made And you've been very high profile about this. You're not a low profile person and there's risk associated with that best. I can tell and so. Can you help me with how you think about taking these positions and what that means for your life since you.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Now we can forgive founding fathers for not thinking that the brute force will be enough but now why before saddam. And that's very important. This is the key in our relations with computers because machines makes fewer mistakes. That's it it's not that machines perfect nothing is perfect. In this universe nothing can can reach out one hundred percent perfection. It doesn't have to. So that's why the stories. Oh the driver's car had an accident. Of course it had an accident because it statistically something should happen if you have more drivers cars yes they will be accident and god forbid some people will die. The problem is when you look at the human side. Forty thousand people or so being killed in america every year on the roads because of you mistakes so the moment were agonize at all. We're looking for from the computers east to minimize the number of mistakes. That's that's the key of understanding. How work with computers. And that's why any game. Chess japanese chest cold shoghi game of golf veto gave like datta or starcraft texas. Hold the book any gay that can be described as a closed system it will be a machines dominated domain. That's no question about it but there's not a single shred of evidence that machines can take information for one of these closed systems from one of these domains and transfer it elsewhere. That's worthy humans could play and Vital role actually what we're indispensable and that's why you know when people say i. I always tell them to be very cautious with the term. It's not just artificial intelligence. And in the article that i wrote was professor of the kremlin our business review. I coined these these three things i. It's i want is author intelligence. It's machine to. He's authentic intelligence as humans. But the key of this future success for our collaboration is augmented intelligence. For the sake of wildwood cold air. Three this is bringing together massive brute force and human intuition human creativity and for us recognizing that we may belong the last few decimal places in these in these collaboration. You know that's that's very important. Recognition of the fact that we don't have to do things as good as machines in ninety seven percent of cases. Might the six thousand eight. You named the number but only have to do is basically to make sure that you know this. Massive brute force is like it. Oh that's very powerful gone. You know just looks at the right direction so doing fine tuning. That could make all the difference in wealth and is that ultimately what you see the role of humans as is the ability to finding to fine-tune these closed systems in a connected way. Yes i do. That's that's and by the way it sounds easy but it's very difficult because if you have it was relatively easy to say to say but you know you have a machine you have a tusk and you have a human and you have to understand exactly what this machine. This machine is missing for this problem. And what what you human can actually act to the game to make sure that the combined power of human and machine will be as close as possible to one hundred percent for this specific dusk by the way the talks could be different. The targets different And that means that you always have to be creative by recognizing that you just have to add all the elements of human wisdom of human creativity to make sure that computers will you know will move in the right direction. The one of the favorite things that i've heard from you is is when you talk about the quote from picasso about about the problem with computers. Maybe we can talk about that. Absolutely us as that says i at my presentations. I always bring this quote from public. Because because sometimes i say we need to look for for art for artists zero to offer us piece of wisdom even if we talk science and he said you know. Computers are useless because they can only give answers. You could argue in spanish. He said machines or computers is. He's a competitor's but it's he didn't know what machines orbit But the real piece of wisdom because as an art is great artist. He knew you know the questions are a beginning and to reinvent yourself. You always have to ask questions now. People say Machines also get us questions. Yes they simply don't know bushes are relevant. And there's so many experiments you'd have the intel machines don't know where to stop collecting data because you know that's what they do. Machines can recognize patterns. Machines could know the numbers but they don't know what matter right exactly. And i think you've talked about applying ai to closed systems right. So if it's chess or go were depends art. The in doda originated. The the exciting part is when you start applying to open systems. Take to real world problems in an. I'm resigning said about a dedicated. This part of my career right in to it. Noodle is that is that it's it can solve some of the world's most complicated problems. I mean we're talking about like supply chain distribution of of of the of the vaccines we talked about or the distribution of toilet paper right that that during during the pandemic or anything that that this is a really complicated problems and they're but they're open systems and it does require human to figure out where to apply the the artificial intelligence or the augmented intelligence. This collaboration i i love your. Hbo article on on a three. Which is it's augmented intelligence. It's trying to trying to ask the questions and to figure out what data are relevant and then applying the algorithms to figure it out right. And that's how we can we can. We can get rid of the vast majority of waste in the world. Just by manufacturing higher quality goods up throwing out eight hundred eight hundred sixty billion dollars of goods in the manufacturing processing and then and then disturbing them properly. I mean that that's where we dedicated our company this to apply critic.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

09:09 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Willing to to put the scrutiny test on it but so far eat failed bows domestically and internationally and so do you think we need to prepare ourselves for spike in loss of human life in russia from the virus and obviously do you think the virus is going to continue to grow cloak. I lost my mother to call it last december in my family. Almost everybody got carpet. Just that when the program was recorded so that says on that day so i had my longtime coach and friend i was for ten years died at age fifty six from card at the end. The numbers are just horrendous. And i look at my. You know my family and my inner circle people that i knew and they didn't even slumps so they just they had access to to proper medical treatment and again i said as it's my son lived in moscow had copied my all my aunts. My uncle so this it's gate. Few of them died including my mother which was after tragic so if we had so many cases incite this circle imagining what's happening in the rest of the country so russia today official members it's for for last Few weeks twenty thousand plus number of new cases twenty thousand plus new cases. I probably know the numbers are much higher. Because again they'd have been lying all the time but they tried to kept it under eight thousand four for several months. Russia had the only country where you see this. The the almost almost the flat line was number of cases which just doesn't work statistically but the fact that now they cannot hide it and we reported. We're reading from russian free. Internet is just tells you that it's it's Situation is Is is disastrous. And the the bureaucrats they they to do they. Just don't care the central government all of a sudden. You know pretended that it had to be done by the jobs. But that's that's the way. These eddie dictatorship works because whether it's a disaster estate they tried to to to defend themselves against potential criticism and and the eye of the of the big boss. Gary i let me say. I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother and your coach. Yep so bites the you know. I think i was lucky that stay cratia for ten months so we year we got vaccinated. So espe- stayed was my wife. My twelve cali- kids here and And my mother in law and so and my my wife's brother so we we fortified here in croatia within months and eventually got got vaccine said to get i feel safe now but but going back to the big picture yes the is opening out but this is not the last challenge. Because it's it's it's very clear that you know in the global world will get not only benefits of globalization. But also the downsides earlier you said something fascinating that. I'd like to circle back to maybe. In this regard you said something to the effect area that Of of course this started in china and got resolved in the united states. Or something along those lines. Could you sort of elaborate on sort of your thinking about this. This virus originating in china and major. Us corporations Coming up with vaccines. Well you know it's Widow know how the the the the virus escaped the lab. But i don't think that today there's any other viable viable theory. So you don't think the original theory of It just jumped from bats to humans it in a wet market. You don't buy that. it's the it has zero evidence and is syria has been promoted by people had direct interest of covering the because all of them all of them and we have galanga least of them have been directly connected to the lap by the way the lab. You know not just chinese lap. He lab that american finance and has been built by french. It was an international program. It's this andy. Recently it's most of them are shifted to china was due to the fact that thousand fourteen i think about my administration banned these kinds of research in the united states trump administration reinstated it but it was already want it was the only four Okay level for protection lab in in china and again. It's a long story because this is short started at the late. Ninety s by american scientists. Pioneered it And then you know. Then they came up with all these synthetic viruses and the the spike this whole idea of having this spike you know have been trumpeted as a big success in two thousand fifteen by the group international group that was led by the bat woman by a by she gin lee a chinese scientists who was the head of this lap and again. It's it's we don't know yet because china china's government as every dictatorship was very good in covering up all the traces and probably will never get one hundred percent proof but this zony fury you know failed to come up with any tangible proof evidence that you know it came. It came from from the animal and wealth. While you know we had more and more evidence that it was it escaped from the lab. But i don't want to speculate whether it was intentional or not. I think most likely it was an accident but the fact is that in any case china had a tremendous headstart because they already had data and they could come up with you know with more. You know research before. American corporations would learn about the virus. But we know what's happened in ten. In ten months in ten months america had to working vaccine's now actually two more joined. The few and effectiveness of chinese vaccine is very questionable so again it's very important to recognize that you know it's this the free world when we lift all the restrictions on the risk. It's you know it could khuda realize the wildest reads and somehow i think the pandemic served as well because it crew that we have to go back to the spirit of innovation and at become pioneers to become explorers. Probably it's not surprising that you'll moscow. Nasa had great great reported. Great success on space exploration in in the year of pan-demic. But what's important again. The free world has potential and now this potential have been exposed in a positive way. Yes very well said thank you. And the other thing. That i think hasn't gotten enough. Attention is when Scientists and governments and corporations across the world come together. Something magical happens and this is you we. We hear a lot in. The united states have bitching about how incompetent the government is and so forth and so on the reality is yes. There were problems. Yes there were mistakes made. Of course we understand that however private and public partnerships were enabled this to happen at this speed. Oh i couldn't agree more. I mean we could go back to the sixties you know the the program that has been established by by president eisenhower as a response to soviet sputnik the salvator soviet success in the space and and it led to creation of nasa and darpa defense advanced Agency and then. It was boosted by by jfk. Who talked about a moon landing so that was a clear case when the government put resources and in the private business responded and now we see this as. That's it all happened. Not in many years but in just in ear and it's very important that in these alliance you know call it. Augmented augmented the lines. So the government is not taking the elite gallery basically throws the ball and and the corporations played because in europe we had a similar scenario but the government tried to come up with tons of regulations and look at europe devon major corporations at all donate all of them. French sweet italians germans and so continental europe failed to come up with a single accent. So it's very important that american model that that empowers corporations and it gives them chance to go beyond you know noble risk because typically when you go back to down ten twenty years so all corporations were scared stiff you know to do any research exceeds because you know one one failed out of a sows you could be out of out of business and now they recognize it. Ninety percent even eighty percents. Even seventy percent of effectiveness works and look at the look at the results. So i think it's very we're facing a very important a turning point and my call milestone in the history of our solution that when we recognized that with so much power now hance thanks to.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Seven percent of of trust of people trust the government and and europe is getting better. Went it in because each receives american made vaccines and when you look at the The global map now all the countries worry have american vaccines. They're just doing better and better. Zenica yeah improving. But the other the other countries even countries look a chilly. I mean they had to the level of explanation up to sixty percent but most of this was chinese and seychelle islands had mixture of chinese and russian. Roxanne's it does work and again that tells us that's the power of the free of the free mind is had been vastly underestimated and again talking about a corporation was ally. That's very important to understand. It's just a powerful invention. It's a power distribution in russia. they cannot undistributed it. Just even this spaghetti. I'll just for whatever we take it still vaccine that can save lives but even people would like to be vaccinated. They just they. They're facing total collapse of the system. Because system is not ready to to take on this challenge. Which is okay. I won't say elementary but this is not you know this is not rocket science so it's about distributing vaccines if you have enough of them. Why don't you have enough of them. But even if in the places where the having of them they cannot make appropriate distribution. I read stories from russian Seat is even exceed as moscow petersburg but even but going beyond that in the countryside it just one disaster off another disaster. And that's you know tells you how these the centralized system the state run capitalism as so so much admired by some of left leading people in america or in europe so how does not work. When it's being met by by new delhi. And are you saying the vaccine. The russian vaccine itself doesn't work or the rollout of the vaccine. Does it work or both. Actually because it's the i'm not an expert patel doesn't work but the problem is unlike even chinese vaccine. Russian vaccine does not have data that you can analyze why it's still being contemplated by european authorities and others. I know that a regulator flatly rejected it again to check whether scenes effective or not you need data and chinese vaccines cinnabar presented data. I think it's the was very it's lousy but w. h. o. eventually pushed slightly over fifty percent to give it the green light. So we know that's a best fifty percent probably have a low but again it could be affected was the russian election. We have no idea again. I believe it might save lives because it's probably just building know on on certain knowledge that itself it's a commonplace and people say experts say that it's similar astrazeneca whether they stole it from us to zenica just had to say school. I don't know but astros etiquette had beta. Which is not as impressive as as an moderna but at least you know exactly know. The effectiveness of us. So in russia we. We don't know how to check. We don't know whether putin used because he was vaccinated used sputnik he yesterday a he actually. He said he did but.

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Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"From nineteen eighty-four until his retirement. In two thousand. Five gary casper off was ranked the number one chess player on planet earth for a record two hundred and fifty five months over his career and gary also became famous for having the guts to compete against an ibm supercomputer in nineteen ninety seven and actually lose however gary went out on top and his career. You see when he retired as professional chess player in two thousand five. He was ranked number one in the world today. He's a political activist and an outspoken critic of vladimir. Putin gary is the chairman of the human rights foundation and he's the author of a bestseller call deep thinking were machine. Intelligence ends and human creativity begins in addition to all of this. He's also working with a few advanced technology companies. And that's how i got to meet them. You see my longtime friend and sometime work. Colleague steve pratt. Who's the founder and ceo of noodle dot ai and he was actually with us on a prior episode of failure. Different number one thirty nine. Check it out with steve pratt. So steve pratt has actually now started working at his company with gary and so we thought it would be cool to have a conversation. Stephen i with gary about everything from the relationship between humans and machines the origins of nineteen how he became as he jokes the first knowledge worker to have his job taken by computer and why he's optimistic about.

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"You afraid of having to make a phone call that something called telephone. . And a podcast in the UK has exploited by ringing people at random. . The worry about it later podcast is hosted by CK golden and we linked to it today American public media and revolve podcast serve announced their to make spanish-language podcasts brains on NS. . Spaniel will be their first release press release says it'll be available exclusively on a major podcast platform that will be announced this fall. . Wonder if that begins with A. . Toast fireside has launched the fireside pro plan, , which they described as a plan for podcasters who are becoming serious about their show. . The plan includes a number of collaboration features and enhanced analytics. . Acosta's launched a feature allowing listeners to rates podcasts in the CAST APP. . Since launching this month, , people have left more than forty five thousand in-app ratings for nine thousand different shows. . podcast down online takes place on October twenty, , six virtual version of the popular across Europe podcast event speakers include lawn. . Woods from Ear Hassle Julie Shapiro from Radio Topa Steve Pratt from Pacific content and me if you want money off and there's a special code in our show notes newsletter today if you like free promotion to your podcast, , International Podcast Day two, , thousand twenty is on September Thirtieth Hannah's a gold sponsor podiums wants to showcase your show. . During this session, , we linked to more honoring the best of the European incident. . The lovey awards are still open for entries. If . you thought you'd miss. . The opportunity to enter their eleven new podcast categories they've a grace period until the twenty fifth of September spotify has announced its latest content deal with quotes, , the Internet's longtime favorite comedic personalities and fashion and lifestyle icons. . Ricky Thompson and Denzel Dion for an upcoming podcast series influences apparently lemon artem media switching from Westwood one two stitches midriff AD sales westwood one has picked up inside of you a podcast with small actor, , Michael Rosenbaum, , and the economist posts in this week's issue that podcasting provides a space for free thought in China we linked to that today to from our show notes and Dr. . Newsletter. . And Cost News pop culture happy hour NPR's entertainments and pop culture round table podcast is to go daily later this year and announced a fourth co host Asia Harris. . and. . Worldwide we so dependent on our phones, , our computers and the Internet. . What happens when you don't protect yourself online criminal domain a new podcast from ample talking to victims of cybercrime in podcast con presented by. . Norton lifelock

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CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'

podnews

03:01 min | 1 year ago

CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'

"You afraid of having to make a phone call that something called telephone. And a podcast in the UK has exploited by ringing people at random. The worry about it later podcast is hosted by CK golden and we linked to it today American public media and revolve podcast serve announced their to make spanish-language podcasts brains on NS. Spaniel will be their first release press release says it'll be available exclusively on a major podcast platform that will be announced this fall. Wonder if that begins with A. Toast fireside has launched the fireside pro plan, which they described as a plan for podcasters who are becoming serious about their show. The plan includes a number of collaboration features and enhanced analytics. Acosta's launched a feature allowing listeners to rates podcasts in the CAST APP. Since launching this month, people have left more than forty five thousand in-app ratings for nine thousand different shows. podcast down online takes place on October twenty, six virtual version of the popular across Europe podcast event speakers include lawn. Woods from Ear Hassle Julie Shapiro from Radio Topa Steve Pratt from Pacific content and me if you want money off and there's a special code in our show notes newsletter today if you like free promotion to your podcast, International Podcast Day two, thousand twenty is on September Thirtieth Hannah's a gold sponsor podiums wants to showcase your show. During this session, we linked to more honoring the best of the European incident. The lovey awards are still open for entries. If you thought you'd miss. The opportunity to enter their eleven new podcast categories they've a grace period until the twenty fifth of September spotify has announced its latest content deal with quotes, the Internet's longtime favorite comedic personalities and fashion and lifestyle icons. Ricky Thompson and Denzel Dion for an upcoming podcast series influences apparently lemon artem media switching from Westwood one two stitches midriff AD sales westwood one has picked up inside of you a podcast with small actor, Michael Rosenbaum, and the economist posts in this week's issue that podcasting provides a space for free thought in China we linked to that today to from our show notes and Dr. Newsletter. And Cost News pop culture happy hour NPR's entertainments and pop culture round table podcast is to go daily later this year and announced a fourth co host Asia Harris. and. Worldwide we so dependent on our phones, our computers and the Internet. What happens when you don't protect yourself online criminal domain a new podcast from ample talking to victims of cybercrime in podcast con presented by. Norton lifelock

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Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop

podnews

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop

"The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net is a noun or verb query is definitely a noun. I honestly don't know what a noun or is maybe. We'll never find out because a show by fans of quite a mobile video platform has been told to cease and desist hosts of the podcast. Say That quivers lawyers got in contact insisting you can't use the name Qube. You can't tell anyone that you're about qube. You can talk about Quebec but no one can know through your title and you can't have any artwork that resembles our stuff. The show which is about Qube has a new name. Off Streamers search engine optimization has never been more important for podcasting a PODCAST SEO PRODUCT. Poddar has been launched. Today it allows you to ensure you're choosing the right names and keywords feel podcast promises your search rank keywords you want and allows you to check your competitors. Appearance to pricing is from seven dollars a month after a fourteen day trial. Palooza life has announced. Its lineup for this weekend including Kara Swisher Corey doctor. Oh and Scott Galloway. It's a covert nineteen relief fundraiser. Forgive directly tickets as much or as little as you'd like Paul Tracks says the daily has seen a yearly increase in. Us audience of seventy three percent monthly audiences increased by seven percent in the month of March. It's part of their paid for category report Patriot. A crowd funding service used by podcasters and used by US has laid off thirty employees which is thirteen. Percent OF THEIR WORKFORCE ONLY LAST MONTH. The company was claiming record growth for the platform. We by the way our pod mused on net slash Patriot and Edison research and NPR releasing. This smart audio reports which looks at the usage of smart speakers a little earlier this year and a free Webinar. On April the thirtieth changing times mean changing consumption. Vox Nest of released an update on Cova. Nineteen podcast listening across their network. The main claim is global. Podcast lessons are out by forty two percent for comparison to listening in the first week of January a time when many people especially in your holiday the graphs appears to show that all territories of increased though since the end of March and that categories around people's hobbies and passions are doing well. The company does note that as a whole. Us podcast listens had down by over twenty percent however Pacific Content Steve. Pratt highlights different ways. Their podcast production company is thinking. The pandemic has changed marketing. Effective speed to market and highlighted the benefit of topicality and head come has seen a ten percent decrease according to deadline the piece also includes ill-will Fu claim a small decline as well and Paul Cost News. Keeping up with corona is a new podcast on airlines. Iheart podcast network Australia. It's all about how to navigate life and keep the kids sane while dealing with isolation might be interested to know podcasts. Evergreen content is being augmented with the latest information using dynamic content insertion clever radio survival. Podcast has an interview with me. If you're interested in radio across the world and this one might be few if you're off it probably isn't and Iheartradio is getting into audio fiction in the states with the release this week of lighthouse ten part scripted horror thriller

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"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning eight thirty seven on this Thursday morning and everyone who is physically joining us now Dr Steve Pratt he's the dean of liberty University School of business he's the president of the Virginia association of economists and former United States congressman up for Virginia good morning Sir welcome to mornings on the mall thanks for joining us Hey merry events great to be on thank you thank you you don't liberty university is in the news you guys are taking a lot of heat because you are doing the opposite of what every other university in college in this country is doing and they're all sending their students home but you are expecting students to return to the campus this week it I believe it's this week why are you going the opposite of what everyone else is doing yes let me clarify that a little bit I know governor northern kind of stirred the pot a little bit closer scripture I'm glad he's quoting scripture and showing that we're all of a community you know still dedicated to the Judeo Christian tradition but that tradition is also committed to the truth so that you got to get the truth out the truth is work for behaving really like all the other flagship university Tom what he referred to right we have a hundred thousand over a hundred thousand total student we have a twelve hundred students that came back to campus or never left campus that seven hundred and fifty of those are international students that don't have anywhere else to go right and we were a National University right we have students all over the world and in every state into some of our parents say Hey where's my kid better off at it in Lynchburg or in New York City or Washington state Seattle or California these are adults we're talking about right most of our students are are adult and so it's it's it's just strange that the critique that you know it is the state knows the past we have followed every single state ordinance and federal ordinance to A. T. we've had surprise inspectors come to our school for some reason I'm not sure if you go to other schools but that the basic message is we're we're acting like most other schools and we have banned the you know best in class originator of online education I think most everybody knows that right since nineteen eighty five so when when when the students we have which is just a thousand on campus are here all of our students are getting online education right a hybrid of were using Microsoft teams so they're going back and forth to the professor digitally right on line but interactive so they get the best of the residential experience and then you know for government online assessment tools for Catholic fans of quizzes and blackboard to go back and forth so I just want to kind of correct the record with some of those basic facts and you guys feel free to follow up yeah J. thank you well and in other words what you're saying is students live on campus they're paying rent to do that and then you're just gonna let them live in the place they paid rent to live in yeah no that's absolutely right and it is just bizarre you know as some commentary from some of our local political leadership you're telling adult to leave town our kids are the community right I mean if you just think about the term community if you do have a community do you tell are your community to take off I don't think so right I mean that is what a community is our kids are the very essence of what our community is here in Lynchburg and we've got to clean a shop in the country right you can compare the the infrastructure the buildings that took all of our kids are eating off campus it's all delivered not that we were doing social space saying all of our chairs are barred for social distancing it cetera and so we're doing everything right it right just repeat what filing all look up to governor Northam side directives upstate lower following all federal guidance can I ask you how old can I ask you are you are you still paying your dining hall workers by any chance sure yeah yeah and that and that that's another key aspect right I mean if you really love your community and your workers and your staff and your students yeah you're thinking long term about their welfare you know how how does this shop operate in the best interests of everyone long run and there's a there's a reason I ask you that question because because Harvard did you see a Harvard they laid off all of their dining hall workers Herbert has a forty billion dollar endowment they laid off every one of their dining hall workers right right and I there's there's more those stories to come right to were always the first to get hit by the press yeah but you know at the end they're going to they're going to be some issues with some of the elite universities you know what to look for right somebody that tenured faculty are going to do that you know I'm lying grudgingly and then say no it is what's coming up those are the stories it's gonna come up where at liberty were doing online our faculty love the students and that were the best in class and online delivery and we know how to do it these other schools are challenges implementing yes Sir it will you know what's interesting when you explained it as these people are B. R. dolls were basically tenants because the dorm is like an apartment complex except I would assume that there are shared bathrooms and things like that so how is this going to work if they're going to do online classes what about them getting together on the floors it like an apartment building or they're gonna be any kind of restrictions on ads about social activities those types of things yeah I mean we're we're given the same guidance that any parent would or the state or federal I mean even on our own families not everyone's paying a little bit more tension Yenice sneezing and your elbow and social distancing yeah you know just being polite and and they're just following good norms that everyone should should want for the for the welfare of the community and so no that's right where were we for example some of our staff offices our campsite quarters and so they've dispersed those across the whole universe because our academic building action the students are coming in right so we have folks sitting in these academic building space out it is six to eight foot out from each other as well as as another example of how we're doing things the right way is very interesting you're treating them like adults imagine that Dr David brought the dean of the liberty University School of business thank you for explaining it clearing up the record thank you not you but god bless our great day off you two eight forty three on WMAL one of five point nine FM please open my eyes W. M. A. L. this is a beautiful thing where Washington comes to talk well recently I met with Steve.

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"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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Acast buys Pippa & 3 More Publishers Leave Luminary

podnews

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Acast buys Pippa & 3 More Publishers Leave Luminary

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve pratt" Discussed on podnews

"Least seventy five thousand dollars a month from patriot. And after a review patriot has decided that it's host Mike budet can remain on the platform in spite of his denigrating comments and social media, bullying we reported on Monday that wonder had sacked him from the network. He's also deleted all but sixty five of his tweets. More deletions from Twitter luminaries tone-deaf tweet about podcasts. Don't need ads which we also reported on Monday has finally been deleted tweet was in bad taste, the company admits we've taken it down. And we apologize to anyone. We offended the nine commandments. Have patriot. A new article from the Bello collective focuses on getting the most out of the crowd funding platform. My gallon has released the top podcasts for February the top three are unchanged. Ziprecruiter. Gyco. And indeed. Anchor has released a newly redesigned statistics dashboard, including a new metric estimated audience size as the average number of plays. Your episodes get within thirty days after publishing Pacific contents. Steve Pratt has interviewed Edison research is Tom Webster about the recent infinite. Dial data and pulled out ten big podcasting takeaways and in Brisbane in Queensland in Australia. Rainy Brisbane right now there's a workshop series for podcasting at the edge next to the Q three four hour workshops. We'll have you learning the ins and outs of recording editing hosting and distribution in podcasts today. Mcmillan's WTO is celebrating one thousand episodes unsubscribe is a new podcast that aims to help you unsubscribe from negatively, and we bumped into a podcast in our local coffee shop today, he had podcast stickers in blazoned over his laptop. And I think he's now got a pod news one two, and that's the latest. From our

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Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

podnews

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

"Least seventy five thousand dollars a month from patriot. And after a review patriot has decided that it's host Mike budet can remain on the platform in spite of his denigrating comments and social media, bullying we reported on Monday that wonder had sacked him from the network. He's also deleted all but sixty five of his tweets. More deletions from Twitter luminaries tone-deaf tweet about podcasts. Don't need ads which we also reported on Monday has finally been deleted tweet was in bad taste, the company admits we've taken it down. And we apologize to anyone. We offended the nine commandments. Have patriot. A new article from the Bello collective focuses on getting the most out of the crowd funding platform. My gallon has released the top podcasts for February the top three are unchanged. Ziprecruiter. Gyco. And indeed. Anchor has released a newly redesigned statistics dashboard, including a new metric estimated audience size as the average number of plays. Your episodes get within thirty days after publishing Pacific contents. Steve Pratt has interviewed Edison research is Tom Webster about the recent infinite. Dial data and pulled out ten big podcasting takeaways and in Brisbane in Queensland in Australia. Rainy Brisbane right now there's a workshop series for podcasting at the edge next to the Q three four hour workshops. We'll have you learning the ins and outs of recording editing hosting and distribution in podcasts today. Mcmillan's WTO is celebrating one thousand episodes unsubscribe is a new podcast that aims to help you unsubscribe from negatively, and we bumped into a podcast in our local coffee shop today, he had podcast stickers in blazoned over his laptop. And I think he's now got a pod news one two, and that's the latest. From our

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Pocket Casts unveils redesigned podcast app

podnews

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Pocket Casts unveils redesigned podcast app

"Pocket. Costs have unveiled an entirely redesigned app for Android. Desktop and the web highlights included. Brand-new? Discover section which is GIO aware listening history and more. The version is available. Now, the Android version is in opt in public beater and pocket cost is the number seven podcast app. According to Lipson or the number five, according to anchor, it's based in Adelaide but owned by a consortium of US, public radio broadcasters Fremantle, the TV network is reported to be releasing eight scripted drama podcasts by the end of quarter to two thousand nineteen the company's podcast brand to watch for is story. Glass Oreo Kraft, which describes itself as a stray Leah's leading podcast festival has said it's next date for June. The first two thousand nineteen the event will take place at after's in Moore park in Sydney New, South Wales. Forbes has published their thirty under thirty list in media in the list. Are max Cutler, the founder of podcast network and the three founders of benches me. Media to dope. Queens have announced. Save produced. Their last podcast their final guest is former first lady Michelle Obama, they'll continue to appear in HBO specials. The whiskey tasting panel is running a fundraiser next Monday for the victims of the shootings at tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh tickets are available and over the fourteen years of whiskey cast they've raised over twenty five thousand dollars for charity willing to three tips for training, your voice from NPR and Steve Pratt from Pacific content. Advises podcasters to be consistent today. And there's a brand new podcast available today. A special two episode series about the classic Jonathan Demme movie Philadelphia. And here's the thing all donations from this series will go to help read and Coca-Cola rid the world of aids. People like us inside. Philadelphia is released today with Matt Ramsey wondering an aunt nineteen

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BuzzFeed cuts their podcasting team and closes the majority of their podcasts

podnews

02:01 min | 3 years ago

BuzzFeed cuts their podcasting team and closes the majority of their podcasts

"In Stockholm, Sweden, the latest pod news BuzzFeed has cut their podcasting team to focus on video the Wall Street Journal reports as a result of the changes. Most of buzzfeed's podcasts would be shutting down. The article says, and the cons do only affect a handful of BuzzFeed employees in last week, panoply shut its content division. Earlier, audible did similar. The mooch is making his way into podcasting digitally and Anthony Scaramucci producing podcast mooch and the MRs which will be exclusively available on enter combs, radio dot com platform. The Latin podcast awards have announced their nominations for this year's awards, Pacific content. Steve Pratt, discusses ways to make podcasts sharable on social media. He says, don't share the podcasts Australian TV news, channel, Sky News, Australia has signed a deal with kosten over entertainment for address presentation in the country. Does he John was reported to be made into a TV show in March. You can now watch the teases for the upcoming show on Bravo. Did you highlights why podcast companies are getting more into scripted shows? It's worth remembering says the article that scripted shows may track the headlines and the Hollywood produces, but known scripted still accounts for most of the podcasting. Universe is a new poll causing studio in Richmond, Virginia. In the US read amp was founded in part because comedian Joan, please who used to be funny wanted somewhere to record iheart, Radio, Australia is celebrating its fifth birthday. It claims Australia's largest podcast library. The brand is run by a RN in Australia, and similarly run by brokers networks in Canada, and New Zealand. And chorus. Radio has snapped up nights time a popular Canadian mystery podcast. The show is now on choruses curious, cast platform, and we'll be add on the company's global News Radio stations. Later in the air it claims. It's the first show to make it from podcast to broadcast

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Podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Podnews

"If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your

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Podnews

podnews

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Podnews

"From Brisbane the latest pod news. If you still can't log into apple podcast, connect, you're not alone the best and brightest in Cupertino. Fixing it right now according to register internal ticket to nine double, oh, double seven. Five is the one to watch. If you're on the inside and I using the right apple podcasts button. It should have a black background these days not white. You can get your updated version on Apple's website or search feel podcast on pod news and user updated link badge generator to get both apple and Google's badges feel website. In late June, we reported the cast box were removing website links from that podcast pages. We notice today that they're back annex Jones is podcasts can still be found even if apple and everybody else have removed him because he controls his RSS feed notes, talk Cochran in a blog post today. Podcast delivery has a new podcast recommendation newsletter with one new podcast to listen to every Monday. How stuff works signed a deal with TPS in Canada, joining their deal with Australia's washco, Steve Pratt, from Pacific content, right to blog post about what podcast is can learn from the book industry. Following a chance conversation with James Cridland the editor of pod news. It's a very smart observation. He writes in the middle of a YouTube video Hamish and Andy from Australia. Let slip their current weekly download figure for their podcast. It's nine hundred seventy thousand and what is a podcast and what's in it? For me a webinar that covers what podcasts are home, why they'll change your life will link to that from pod news dot net, as well as all things and chance to subscribe to our free daily newsletter.

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