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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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03:11 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Wonderful to be with you next again. That was a long time coming. It was great to have steve on the show. Thank you for not only being like true kind of early supporters of us and atlanta but also just being a great friend where we could call and say what's happening and what's next and get your thoughts on it so this conversation and all things that have been happening in the audio and podcasts acquisitions space spotify just announced that they acquired another huge show armchair expert by the way monica padma was the call. Host of armchair expert is coming on the show big congrats to her index shepherd on that acquisition. There's so much going on in this space and it got me thinking. And there's a lot of conversation in the twitter verse around this as well from sub stack to audio but institutional versus creator and candidate kind of coexist own when i say institutional talking about big mature stabbed companies like spotify mcken spotify acquire these giant shows as well as sponsor or create a community for creators. Or are they odds inherently and i actually am in the camp and a big believer that they can now exist and so there is a world where kind of bigger mature company can actually exists. In in fact maybe even continue to help grow the creator. Economy and the individual contributor. Does i'm a big fan of what's happening in the audio space for this. And i think it's a looked at less so right now but definitely more to come as apple spotify. Get into the creator space. I think it's a great setup in thinking about the use case of audio and how the barrier of entry into audio is so low the cost to do it the time to do it the accessibility to do it. In comparison to the production of other types of media to be able to put ideas out in the world. And see what sticks. And i think to a great point laura around testing in audio. Mink right now. Brands can still and there are very few places. Brands can do this. In my opinion not just be doing advertising and pre roll spots in your standard placement. They should be really going into deeper partnerships and exploring. How does that brand expressed in different genres. How does that brand expressed in fictional scripted work. How does that brand kind of add to the layer of this kind of creative space where they really don't have a lot to lose. They have a lot of community potentially to reach into gain so i'm bullish on more experimentation. That's outside of standard advertising. I couldn't agree more than think. We are really at an interesting point where we need to push on format form factor monetization use case all of the things. This medium allows us to have a wide ranging testing ground to do all of it and so.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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03:17 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Okay. So for keeping this in the podcast industry. I would say goodbye to Calling podcasting the wild wild west or discovery is broken. I think these phrases are often repeated in podcast but as a medium continues to grow a lot of great solutions that make podcast more mainstream. So get rid of this raises. Let's cut him out there. Trope more wild wild west of podcasting. We've gone mainstream gone mainstream. we've gone mainstream. what would you buy. I would buy tour in podcast but would you yourself. What would i do myself. I think that there's a huge opportunity in kids content. You think about the amount of time that parents kids Spend together In the car and maybe up late soon will again. There are a lot of podcasts. That are they've listened to with your kids and family but there's so many places in which you know kids can be enjoying audio more and particularly as parents think about you know the amount of screen time. They want their kids to engage with at chops and entertainment. It's it's a constant struggle. There's an opportunity kids that could be educational and informative but allow kids to color or bill blocks. you know. that's something that might it's really love to do is listening to a podcast and coloring. What they're hearing and learning about at the same time. I really invested a lot more in in kids media. If you can get my kid listening to a podcast. I would be thrilled. My kid i've she's five and she is like she she like laughs at it. She's a turn this off. But i think it's a. It's a huge opportunity. Yeah there's some great kids shows out there while in the world is a big family favorite guy roz and something. Check out with the kids. Steve if people want to get in touch with you to evaluate their cover art more importantly do business with cuba code. How can they get in touch with you. Yeah you look up on twitter at steven wilson on twitter even with or go to media dot com. Steve this has been awesome. I'm new to actually be able to appear on podcast guys in my new role so i'm excited to be really your mike. This is my first podcast guesting. The let's turn the tables here. How did i do as a guest on your podcast. you great. here's what i would say. You have to come back. We're gonna make a steve wilson of recurring character. I'd be honored. I love that. I would say i'd be honored to collaborate. You know your listeners won't have seen this but Alexa leaned wink ear. And so dave ryan. And i you know thinking about the sort of sound design audio audio drama affect that you could get here. I'd i'd be happy to be with you. Guys again steve. Thank you so much for being your first. Podcast congrats on your new role strategy. Officer at q code and thank you for always being vocal supporter of us. It meant a lot and you helped us so much. Get started so yes. Thank you big hat tip to you..

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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07:36 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"And so i think there's so many different utility shows that could be made a as you mentioned laura channels gonna aids a great example. It's gonna come roaring back and it's something that You know airlines especially should be thinking about their spaces in places in audio filling kind of that travel. Experience is so exciting Though not just when you get somewhere. But i love the idea. Steve of like as you go just even thinking about a podcasting channel specifically for in-flight entertainment There's a whole world of imagination. There steve can we go into the steam. Wilson like vault for a second. I feel like you are sitting on a decade worth of insight and knowledge. People probably asking. How do i get on the top ten or you know. What does it take to be in the what's new and next over the years. What have been the steve wilson. Faq's for succeeding in podcasting. I think first and foremost in creating a great podcast. You do have to think about your audience you know. This is a come across as so basic but oftentimes times when people great stories. They they need to think about what's in it for that listener at the end of the journey you know what do you want to get out of it. And they need to be sure to present that in their actual messaging around the show so many people just say hey new episode now available in a post on social media around their their shows but they don't tell the full story of what their podcast is about what you want a user to get out of it in terms of really reaching an audience and working with platforms. I think ito reach out the platforms. You gotta keep my pitch and that's also involves you know the platforms. What you're doing how you're building an audience are you're leveraging their platform and what what your vision is overall. Because i think when you pitch your story in that compelling way the platforms of course want to work with the brightest. Most innovative creators. So they're going to be compelled to want to feature your show and help it grow on their platform really the mutual goal of any form in publishers to help that constant succeed on their platform. So i think really crafting your message. as as a pitch at how platforms platforms can get on board to support. What you're already doing it how you're already in motion is a really great way to think about positioning yourself. So typically for those platforms. Are there things that you would say like must dues to develop audience in podcasting will really really quick to go back to that audience. Need i just think really considering what that is and how especially brands can interact with that There's so many opportunities you know. I don't. I don't know if you have anybody who listen to your show from places like sherman williams are bare but i really wanted to hear that podcast. That always that talks about psychology. We all love thinking about color and we know that really basic level of of of college psychology but even this is audio medium. I think you can tell really fun and interesting stories around color and that might be something that would be perfect for an expert like one of those companies. I mentioned to get involved in so think. About what an audience might be interested in how that might fit into their life. You know where the process of painting kitchen and you know. There's some insights gleaned from articles out there and websites. But i i would love to listen to that podcast but also have some opportunity to go for a walk here and wanna learn a little bit more. So yeah i think thinking deeply about what audience might want or even kind of a pop psychology Kind of level consumers are interested in Been a long time before. Working on the podcasts. Humid apple in apple's education division. And help build it g which was educational guessing platform. Add people all the time. We're looking for the science of superheroes and these intersections between learning and life and a really compelling way that i think that's one opportunity that brands really have is to to educate people and leverage the audio medium to fit better into their lives but people might be on the go yes Hundred percent i agree. I think you basically content breaks down into two major buckets education and entertainment and when you combine the two six citing a huge opportunity for brands. Real quick steve social audio. What's your take well. I think that there's a lot of different approaches. Going right now is really great. I i've been really enjoying clubhouse and it's been exciting to see and chat with guys there you know. I think part of what's happening right now reminds me a little bit of of the live streaming apps from a few years ago periscope been mere cat and those sorts of things but A little bit little bit easier to fit into people's lives. You don't have to get on camera and make sure you you look great at. It's much more open. Everyone participating and actually empowers what people are saying their words and their speech rather than what they look like in and where they are and the things in the background there. I'm really excited about the Bill to connect over social audio apps in that way. There's a whole other bucket of experimentation happening around. You know taking longer form audio and making it more digestible in social context and in that space. There's a lot of different ways. You know audio confed in whether that's a more native experience still on demand on the social platforms but really wedding itself to that greater. Discover ability in ways which you know when we want to learn about a new. Hbo or netflix series. There's oftentimes great short video that helps market that program. Those are the kinds of things were investing in chico to help people get into our serious with the standing there longer along longer more scripted. Immersive experience that we want them to participate in. What are you listening to right now. Steve man reidy of things. So i'm listening to all fantasy. Everything which is a show created by ian carmel. He's a for james corden but it's a few. Comedians who fantasy draft doing air quotes for your listeners. Favorite topics whether that's best food or vacation activities. They sort of go in and around and talk about their favorite ticks within this topics. It's a really fun lesson. Also really enjoying life of leon from lauren. Shippen in her team over there. it's a great scripted fiction. Show would want to shop them out as well all right. We'll have to download those and check them out before we get into our final game. What is your critique of atlantia. What can we be doing better. What about our new show our. Everyone's seen it. You guys know. I house you know. Let me take a look at it here. You brought up. I mean look. I i love it. I love the style tight treatment that you have here that feels like on a greeting card. and a place where we all exist. You're talking about brands and advertising I i don't really have a lot of criticisms here to the out of ten out of ten. I would say nine point. Two five is is room for improvement. I love your description. And i love your episode. Titles as well here guys who gets nailing the very cruel steve. Bye bye bye. What would you say goodbye to. What would you purchase. Now what would you do.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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07:09 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Offer these tools. Frankly to all podcasters. And i think you know i would just give them a lot of credit in terms of how they thought about entering the market with this feature set which wouldn't be disruptive of the current rich ecosystem that exists around advertising and podcast today also seems reflective of what we're seeing in the crater economy at large right everything from sub stack up. Stir all of these back. End systems that are allowing creators to focus on their craft. I would say to this. Revenue model offers q code. The opportunity to expand creatively as well. All of our shows are going to remain under under. We're gonna offer you. Could plus in all of our shows are to remain publicly available wherever you listen to podcasts. Undercut plus subscribers will get added value there though those will include things like behind the scenes conversations with the creators. you know little documentary series around the making of we also do creative things like alternate endings there which were really excited to explore and figure out how you know those features in fiction might might be really pasta and we're also thinking about our brand partners here as well so what we're offering under cupid plus is or calling it uninterrupted listening experience so for our brand partners who want to be a part of the whole series no matter if the listeners on q. Could plus or not. We're going gonna figure out how to have that. Show be able to be integrated. Maybe it's the pre roll and the postal that brand partners message in the pre roll post roll but really what a lot of fiction listeners really desire is for that story not to be interrupted in the middle. So we can. We can work with that and figure out great ways to offer benefits to users under code plus but still ensure that our brand partners are integrated part ways as well what i love about. What apple and spotify is going to do with. This is exactly what laura said around the crater economy. And you know i think. That apple created monetization And revenue opportunities for a technical group many years ago on the app side and this is indicative of this new. This is the wave of lake decree renaissance in my opinion and. I don't think that's an overstatement. I think that apple making a move in saying that creators and everyday people really coming to the table to create. Whatever it is in audio should have the opportunity to do so and they don't need to be worried about the technical side of it man. Frankly we're going to give them an opportunity to monetize. And that begs a question in my mind. Cain what i'll call amateur right amateur creators and some of are not amateur. But let's just say right. They're not part of a major network can amateur creators coexist with professional production companies in this space and professional creators. Will i think what's exciting about podcasts. Isn't they've actually done that for years. You know you think about the incredible creators that you know. Oftentimes don't get the same recognition in podcasts. As maybe other mediums podcasters have a devoted following and have been doing some of this stuff for a long time. So that's one example. I cite dan carlin and his brilliant hardcore. If you know that show you know that show. He releases a usually one or two episodes a year and soon as he does it goes to number one in the charts and he's been monitoring his show you know individual episodes on his website. I don't know. I haven't talked about what he may be doing. In the future modernization with the features. We've been talking about today. But what i get really excited about. He's already been successful in building. An audience in podcasting his show comes out though regulated that you know it feels like you might benefit from these additional models and the ease with which people can actually pay him for his as work through these tools at q code. I would say the same is true. You know we tend to make shows that are eight to ten episodes in length and candidly. That's to You know by out the story but also the reality that we needed enough inventory to support the funding and the creation of the show now with apple podcasts. Subscriptions in our cucuta plus offering we can more easily create content. It's shorter form. Maybe it's one two or three episodes and really. That's the length of the story should be told in that content weaken monetize source subscription rather than necessarily thinking about it as something has to be odd supported. Are there formats steve that we haven't begun to explore or things that have been teased out. That are interesting. I think you know you're talking about two episodes a year. You know down to like the science of eight to ten but are there these ideas that you're seeing people experiment with that that might signal podcasting as we know it actually has a whole new range of potential that creators are starting to work with it. I think there's so many different creative possibilities and as you were just mentioning not laura. I remember to show that came out a few years ago from parents magazine It was all about pregnancy. And what to expect in each week of pregnancy and so they. I think produced around. I think it was like thirty two episodes something like that. Most people don't realize that they're pregnant for a little while but each episode covered a different week of pregnancy experience. They publish them all at once. And they were available on demand and it really evergreen manner. I think it was a really clever way to think about you. Know podcast and there might be a lot of other ideas out there for different brands to present a complete package of content. And say that you might think about authoring a book or a video series. That has a beginning middle and end. And you're able to publish that and talk about that. I love that. Because it's thinking about the format in and as much as the narrative and combining those things can yield a one plus one equals three effect. And i think we'd love to tell stories in new ways in using more utility as you just mentioned. That's a really interesting example. Utility is a great way to think about it. I'll give you another example and certainly opportunity out there for travel brands. Who might be listening. I've had so many trips. Where i had intended to look up the best restaurants or sites to visit at my destination ahead of my trip and the reality is just ran out of time. I went to Scotland a couple years ago and when the belt like i was unprepared. And i remember thinking i wish there was just a podcast that download. That would give me my by tour. Guide my audio visitor's guide that would tell me about the cool castles and restaurants and episodes on the different cities. I was going to visit and be able to listen to on my plane. Ride to scotland..

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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08:01 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Something that he said that. I think is so right on and is going to lead us to think about podcasting an audio storytelling in a very different way. He said we think with our eyes and feel with our ears. Audio's actually a visual medium. If done right and so if you think about it like this like brands could be using audio to describe something. Visually or to create an experience is the different word for visual imagination. Because i just had the head exploding emoji as you said that right because like when i think of like visual medium in the same way we engage with books you know. Steve said the word exactly. I want to imagine the world that you're bringing me into and my experience. Our world is going to be different from yours. Steve different from yours alexa. And isn't that. Then what makes this such a personal and intimate medium so alexis as you said that i was like well. That's right in allure. I mean like the opportunity in audio to actually be more linear about what. I'm trying to show you what i'm trying to tell you or the experience actually want you to have let me walk you through. What when you open the lay's potato chips in the middle of the summer and you're eating a hot dog and what that conscious like do you know what i mean. What it describes a character to like sandy. Open the bag of lay's potato chips like actioning right now. That's totally on my dishing. By the way he knows The have we gone there yet in the industry really think about about this is like another step in seeing immersive storytelling. I love the much. I mean had brought emoji as an example. And i'm so excited that you guys are seeing this. I think we're just scratching the surface in terms of what's possible. I love that you talked about retention out laura. Second ago i was looking at key. Codes numbers The other day and it realized we have nearly one hundred percent completion rate brow shows that means that a listener once they start listening through they listen all the way to the at though in podcasting. There's typically add spots breeze mid and post roll your listeners. Of course will be familiar with this But i think that that's a real opportunity for brands to get their message. Involved in different parts of the traditional avin podcast inventory cucuta variety of things. So far we've had some amazing brand partners across our shows including stone os and You know dipsy was a sponsor on a dirty diana which is a female roddick show We've also done some creative things with brands around how their message can integrate into the world of the characters. And i think we're just scratching the surface. Let's scratch that for a second before. Really thinking about the tangible value exchange of what audio provides intimacy a forty minutes of immersive storytelling. What is the dream at bottle will look. I think that there's tons of opportunities. Depending on what brands are interested in the traditional ad spots. Still make a lot sense in those pre mid and post roll. I'll give you an example with unwanted which i mentioned before. It's an eighty s action. Comedy the premise. Or these two slackers track down escaped convict to get a million dollar reward in. This person is their way out of their league. Right with this show. Developed a whole series of ads for mac weld in. That sort of teased made fun of the characters. And how they you know. They're so incompetent that they probably also wear bat underwear and they they should be instead wearing macworld. And it's a great series. You gotta give it a lesson but the the opportunity to get further involved in our stories is is really exciting. And one of the things i would say about scripted. Fiction is this is a known quantity. So if you're a brand who wants to get your message in podcast but you worry about all you don't want to necessarily go full programmatic advertising and you also are a little unsure about having your ad read by by talent you know scripted. Fiction gives you an opportunity to practice a message around your brand in perhaps you an integrated in the story you can imagine how are two characters in that story might have been making their plans to hunt down that escaped convict while playing playstation or eating domino's. Or what have you. There's so many opportunities for brands to actually be creative. How fun with the audience and and do things like branded content or product placement but in a way that don't feel overly like they're taking from the story i think is is really a fun thing that we want to see and explore more you could. I think that's exciting. I also think that you know podcasting since it started or since it started really taking off. Let's see twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen with advertising like the pre roll mid roll. That you're talking about. That is been a huge driver for aquisition right. So you know if you ask any details see brand. They'll say yeah. We put a ton of money into podcasting. An i think now with audio we have an opportunity to not only really seamlessly combined story and programming and character and narrative and all of these things but also really more performance marketing. So is that something you think is a place for real innovation in the kind of marketing space. Absolutely there's a ton of great startup companies out there trying to do more things around measurement attribution chargeable one. Great outlet is really taken the lead in to help in that data died of of podcast measurement And i think you're right though. Dot says the direct response. Advertisers and brands have seen a huge return. Podcast huge as more brands. That don't quite fit into the direct response model. Come on board. Some of that data will certainly help you know to blender stand. How their messages performing in podcasts. But also an opportunity to create audio identity. What have you seen in the podcast space in terms of innovation as it relates to audio identity on behalf of brands. I gotta tell you guys about the catalogue which is a kid. Show starring matthew mcconaughey. Aldag was the beloved kids book series out of texas and for that. Show q code work with Braschi chain heb heb s the heb actually credited original jingle and song that played in. Hack the cow dog. The recall and you know memory of that jingle was so great we getting emails and even in our ratings and reviews on apple. Podcast people were crediting. Heb with being a co producer of the actual podcasts itself and teachers and parents were writing to say that their kids kept singing. The song over and over again and q code is really investing in down in audio and music in our shows themselves but also with our brand partners are head of music. Darren isn't credible guy. I got a you know a him for a second. Darren is a classically trained pianist. He was touring with all abdul and his discovered by miles. Davis toured with them a couple times early in his career. Darren yeah leads. Music and sound design and key code and his work is also gone into the messages that we put together for our brand partners. Do you think brands understand the space yet steve. It's a hard question to answer. It know it seems to vary a bit by agency. You talk to brand themselves and sometimes it's a very personal thing if that person at the brand is podcast ban and listener that. They're pretty familiar. It's increasing over time. But i think yeah what we're seeing right now and podcast is. This medium is going mainstream. More than ever apple had a major announcement around apple.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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06:10 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"I think that the barriers to entry are low when it comes to fiction but i think that also creates a certain amount of folks that are just figuring out the kinks in working out their voice storytellers. And there's a lot that goes into a production especially when you start involving celebrity talent and the expectations that come with that from a storytelling perspective. Where folks don't realize just how much goes into the musicality of having to create for one sense if you will like things. Stick out like a sore thumb from a storytelling perspective. When all you have is your ears. And that's the thing that people miss. Is that just the ability to create a immersive story without overdoing it on the audio. I think that's right you know there. There's some incredible audio fiction out. There that you know sometimes feels like it could be you know simplified sometimes people try to new too much the audio and you know. I think that there's an opportunity to really think about you. Know things like sound effects and dialogue at an s tricky to like in a new way. That don't feel like you know it's relying on things like a narrator so of code have some of those shows that you know have a a narrator voice. There's a. I guess what i'd call it conceit for why this conversation is being recorded. But there's other ones in. We're moving to shows that have sort of a whole wall. Perspective like unwanted which is a eighties action comedy starring more and more. You're just sort of a a presence in that room. Listening to the main character sorta joked around laugh and experience the world as they go through that serious. Let's click in up for a second on less. Oh genera more. So what makes podcasting successful steve. You've had up close and personal look at the full range of work that has been in the market over the last decade. What are the core or staple ingredients that you have seen time and time again resonate with audiences that keep it you know top of mind for its listeners. And maybe even on the top charts. Yeah i think this is the overused expression. But it's so true you know i think podcast After a real strong benefit to listener those things are the entertain inform and inspire which which feels so often said but but in podcast is so true right you have to think about how at one of the exciting things in podcast is that this is a medium that fits into a different modality and people's lives oftentimes right so i think for marketers advertisers out there something to consider as well. There's so many things competing for our visual attention. Rate tiktok is competing with snapchat is competing with you to competing with netflix. Any other video. That's out there in the world or any app that's off the world. Oftentimes podcast listening fits into a time. When we're on our commute or working out or being intentional about taking the walk and being screen free and so i think they really have provided this A good positive escape for people as they're going about their daily lives. And i think that is an area in which you want to have a really high value experience if you will with the content you're consuming so it's gotta be really entertaining or really informative. The contents got to make the most use of that time that you're adding it because oftentimes podcasts are a little longer than other mediums. Twenty to forty minutes or beyond and You know really engaging personalities Whether that's a chat show or interview or someone who can really hold an audience but bring that sense of community into someone's ears and often times you know the word intimacy issues in relation to podcasting because it becomes such a a personal experience that you have with the person that you're listening to oftentimes hours per week. I think a lot of the return that we see especially from an advertising perspective would indicate that yeah this is a medium that is uninterrupted are largely uninterrupted in terms of things like recall there's other elements like cover art at one point. I feel like you had a whole side gig on critiquing cover. Our and people were like tweeting. You work in progress designed to get your feedback on. What are those additives. That really round out or allow a showed breakthrough in such a cluttered environment in particular in some genres. There's just so much. What are those. Maybe secret ingredients that you might recommend think twice about. Yeah we'll even though. This is an audio media visual design. Of course still matters. And i think you know is is how people are gonna find your show and get insight into what it's all about and so you know That starts with the artwork that you put on the platforms apple podcasts. Spotify and everywhere else to provide Dench listeners with a sense for what your shows can be about. And i think two people further into the world so as we think about scripted fiction i q code. We're trying to always strike that balance in inner visual design of providing enough information about the world while also leaving a lot of room for the listeners imagination it that's really fun aspect of what we're doing. You know the listener can he you know. Think about what that character looks like in their own way. So i think that kind of visual design is really important and then of course all the other elements of your Packaging which are your meta data your titles or descriptions all of that really matters and as you think about this is a digital product alongside of anything else out there. That is competing for people's attention. I should say you know podcasts. Sort of packaging really makes a difference in terms of how a consumer might resonate with your show. I love the ear calling A podcast a product. I think that's how we've always thought about it. It's really important for brands and marketers to start thinking about podcasting original content and audio and podcasting as a product though malcolm glad well just launched his first designed for audio book bomber mafia and the wall street journal was covering the.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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07:22 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Friend. Podcast extraordinaire steve wilson. And having to be with you. Steve wilson the chief strategy officer of q code. Steve we go back. This episode is years in the making that we were saying what twenty fifteen twenty sixteen physically. We met in two thousand sixteen at the soho apple store. Malcolm glad will was doing his live. Finale right revisionist history. You're a big fan of the message that we created at ge and you were this kind of amazing supporter and we just think a friendship started from there. It's been incredible and certainly long time in the making banks for having me guys. I remember the first time. Yeah meeting you. Guys in person was in new york kind of after At the apple store in soho apple dunin event from history podcast. I worked When i was an apple on the message which is such a brilliant job with panoply. And so i don't know during that campaign if we worked as much directly together or both. Just kind of be a panoply new New of you guys amazing work. And i think i think the rest is history and i think i should say you guys have a undo. What i'm doing now i code. I think the message and what you guys did. Their g was so innovative. It was one of the shows that really made me pay attention to scripted fiction along with by town And you know the work of albay lordship in Fred greenhow and. There's a number of craters out there who are doing scripted fiction. And you know i really felt like you know. It's a little weird that podcast have so much fantastic narrative nonfiction but yet With such a huge component of what we all consume in media it's a bit underrepresented in podcast. Anyway all the i. I really credit you guys a lot with us. They may on the on the journey. Towards where i ended up in cuba. That's amazing thanks. Steve steve to your at apple for fifteen years. And it's funny when anyone talks about or talked about apple. Podcasts do you like synonymous right. I don't know if you know this. Maybe you do but like your service things. There's a big team over there. A lot of people deserve credit for for Podcasts at apple and a banana for very long time but it's happy to be part of that team. Absolutely steve when you think about the last fifteen years but namely the last five to six really sincere broke through what have been the big signals. You've seen that indicate know just the massive amount of growth. This particular industry has seen. Yeah well. I think it's incredible where we're at today. You know podcast have gone through a number of different eras. I think he could say and and you're right you know certainly cereal and also credit Gimblett with a start up being a really special inflection. Point sorta history. Those who podcasts. Came out the same month alongside of apple making podcast preinstalled on every shipping. Iowa's device in october two thousand fourteen. So together you got. This breakout global number. One hit you got startup. Telling the business story of podcasts. And you know the mazing company that became gimblett and apples it easier than ever for someone to one tap. Listen to a show though. I think there was this sort of lightning in the bottom. That i think there's going to be or should be case studies on On all of that how. It's grown but since that time you know. Yeah there's now over two million podcast and apple. Podcasts spotify the contents incredible. And i think we've seen this great virtuous circle of audience which has led to more revenue in podcast which has led to bitter publisher investment in crater investment And it's been this flywheel that's really created the growth that we're seeing today and you know if you go back. It's kind of fun and you'd hear people ask questions like do you. Listen to podcasts. Which is such a funny question. You'd never say. Do you do read books. Do you watch movies. But the how that was a really normal question to ask back in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen seventeen but i think we're now at a place where podcast for mainstream there's so much great content to listen to any. I don't think it's. I don't think we've seen sort of a you know too much too. Many shows right we. We're not sitting back thinking why bother created new movie or create a to a book right. There's so much room for innovation. In new stories to be told in podcasting detective ow. Fictional storytelling and q code is narrative audio production. You guys are focusing a lot on fictional storytelling and we started the message. Fictional storytelling was very rare. Very rare like really going back to like almost know radio cedar of like the thirties. And there wasn't kind of this rebirth of that. What are you doing q code that. You're putting a lot of into fictional storytelling. What's the future there. Yeah i think q. Coat we really think of ourselves as a storytelling company. First and foremost and we do specialize in scripted fiction. So you know. The company was started by robert hurting. Who has longtime agent and he really saw an opportunity to tell new kinds of stories. You know hollywood can be a bit risk adverse for a variety of reasons at in an audio. You have a really amazing opportunity to combine an incredible story with amazing and really be innovative on the technical side and those are those are some of the things that really focused on. Though i think as we're looking to the future of of narrative audio were thinking a lot about how we can tell stories in ways that people have it before you know and i love the comparison to you know old time radio. I think it's really apt one. There's been some incredible. Creators are amazing community around audio drama. Like our slash audio drama on read it has a hundred thousand people who love and are making this kind of content and i think is really excited just to be a part of that community making things that it will delight people and in different kinds of ways side now. Our producer ryan is a fictional while he does everything but he created the angel levine. The he's like he wants to get in on this conversation. He's like this isn't i. Don't want to hijack the conversation. But i love hearing but i think it's. It's funny because when we matt ryan and he started talking to us about this particular side of podcasting one of the things that we kinda geeked out on was that it is still releasing. It is actually hard to create great fictional audio. Why do you think it is such an untapped genre. I'd love to hear doin. When steve waiting for ryan.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Adlandia

"Driven platform like we're trying to get to substance. How do you happy with that. This is marketing therapy. Right now. really is what's up. I'm laura currency and i'm alexa. Kristen welcome back. We've got a great show an old friend. Steve wilson coming on to talk all things podcasting and audio and speaking of the ib up fronts. Were last week. So many new shows announce really fascinating stats though not surprising the podcast as projected to bring a billion dollars this year in twenty twenty one expected to double in the next two years so i the space is certainly showing no signs of slowing down. Let's what we're gonna get into a bit with. Seve is the innovation side of audio podcasting. And not just looking at it as a place to you. Know paroles minerals post roles but really thinking about form factors new ip development etc. I think the audio and podcasting is not reached. Its full potential close yet and so when the ib comes out and says we're a billion dollar industry now this just scratching the surface and really really focused on advertising dollars kind of traditional advertising dollars. What you and. I have been talking about is. Where's the opportunity where we could be expanding. What else as the definition of podcasting and audio the idea that creators could be using the platform live to create and collaborate is so exciting to actually create the art create. The content live with other participants. There's so many opportunities with that. The other thing that i think is really exciting. Is this idea of the traditional episodic series or even an author like malcolm glad well getting on the mike and writing live really taking the spoken word to the next level when you start thinking of that and you start thinking of social audio platforms that audio platforms as places to express the spoken word off sudden the ideas hanover. Endless these ideas of characters being created that maybe only live in audio and all of a sudden have created this whole new sound experience that you're frankly walking people through and something that they could potentially participate in. I think we just haven't gotten there in terms of figuring out what audio is going to feel like what this kind of immersive audio experience are gonna feel i and at this point. Sky's the limit to the point where we could be reinventing what meetings feel like we could be reinventing in terms of how we bring new ideas to the table not just in a power point but spoken words storytelling bringing collaborators to bring something to life. Yeah there's so many provocative thoughts in that. This has me thinking about the bomber. Mafia the new audio book from malcolm gladwin pushkin. It comes with a downloadable. Pdf that helps to provide just enough additional context to get up to speed. So i think this mashup of mediums in and finding new use cases for the space As you said were just beginning to scratch the surface of new and innovative ways to bring storytelling to life. I couldn't agree more. And i love the bomber mafia example. It got me thinking so much. About what is the future of book-publishing. What's the future of authorship in a text format that now can be translated into an audio world and i think we both encourage our listeners to download bomber mafia. It is impressive. It is it is theater is theater and also look into the.

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Steve Wilson from QCode Media

New Media Show

02:43 min | 7 months ago

Steve Wilson from QCode Media

"We should do is just let steve tells about q code beginning and then we'll drag him back to premium podcasting topic. So why don't you give us the four one one on what you're doing over your code. What will share. Thanks guys So yeah i code I'm chief strategy. Officer code really specializes in immersive scripted. Fiction podcast so these are fully sound design scripted shows that often have you know amazing stories ayla celebrity talent and are produced in a really high technical level We mix master at dolby. Atmos and do some really cool things in the audio for listeners. Who haven't experienced fiction before these are shows that kind of hearkens back to the old radio days You know war. The world's is an apt analogy to what people are familiar with. But rather than using the sort of old techniques of production coconuts and wash words and those kinds of things. These are producer really high level and an amazing listening experience. Something that really is a great addition to everyone's like diverse podcast listening experience actions in trying to do something a little bit different. You know prior to joining code. I spent a long time at apple. where i did editorial partner relations and marketing on apple podcasts. Before that i actually still worked in podcasts but in apple's education group where i worked on. It jew which was a you know an educational podcasting platform with college courses and lectures and those kinds of things as well. That's all been folded into the apple. Podcasts platform now that the whole educational side. I mean how important i- i'm just curious. How important is the educational side to to apple. As far as working with the universities. I know back then. They're working pretty closely with like stanford and a lot of the big big colleges. Is that still going on you. Know yeah i mean look. I wanted to obviously be really careful and all of our conversation to make it clear like i'm not. I'm not speaking on apple behalf. And so i ask How important is it. It's it's hard for me. Sort of provide that kind of answer. But you know what. I would just say as you know what was exciting about. It you in the project that they had there it was. It was a project that really saw the opportunity and mobile learning the very early days. So this this project started back in two thousand and six. I wanna say it was not too long after podcasting itself really started and it was the result of you know apple and duke university thinking about how the ipod the original ipod could be used in mobile learning.

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Podcast Taxonomy Consortium gives us clearer job descriptions

podnews

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Taxonomy Consortium gives us clearer job descriptions

"The podcast taxonomy consortium has posted. Its first white paper proposing standard for job descriptions in podcasting the product of five months of work it enables all of us to know the difference between a technical director an audio engineer for example. Where is one. Apparently they also welcome further. Participation charter has launched twenty twenty one podcast privacy. Report the free. Pdf explains how online privacy rules in tech will change next year. Red circle has launched programmatic advertising today for its community of podcasters advertisers. The company says it's the only podcast host offering a complete set of monetization options including donations subscriptions dynamic host ads and programmatic ads. Today is the last day to enter the ambiance. The new podcast awards from the podcast economy. Be quick podcast. Advertising barely slowed down this year. According to again in a i which has released the state of podcast advertising in two thousand and twenty a full analysis of the podcast at market portable is a new service that aims to connect businesses with podcasters. It also offers a search. Api the stitcher sub reddit. Pretty sight. Following the podcast. Apps redesigned thread titles. Include this update has altered the meaning of the word premium. And how can you make an update worse than the old version pouch. we're also on reddit slash. Our sash pod us. Nothing's going wrong there. The pew research center a us-based fact tank has released news consumption in a digital era. A paper that finds that more americans using podcasts to get the latest news but also highlights the danger of a survey. Several of those surveyed forgot that they listens to music podcasts until they specifically asked about them. Union members spotify gimblett podcast. The wringer stopped work for two hours on friday due to the slow pace of agreeing contract with the company. Edison research is planning a final webinar for the ten for twenty will showcase the company's ten most notable findings from two thousand and twenty. Like how rubbish here. It was and things that other podcast. Companies don't have to worry about launching a satellite the s x seven satellite for sirius. Xm ways seven point seven tons and work until twenty. Thirty six my is. I can't fix the country road or even the town. But i can bring my own advice from the story. Core podcast from npr. It's for new season with new hosts camilla shaney founded in two thousand and three story call has brought more than six hundred thousand americans together to record conversations about their lives. It's a wonderful lie. Is the first time audio chunk of mehta comedy. Podcast is hosted by ashley flowers and is a twelve part. Short form comedy show hosting every day until december twenty fourth and from now is a new science fiction. Podcast from q code. The podcast publisher. Who snags steve. Wilson from apple podcasts earlier this month as supplied that press release links to apple podcasts. Three times including an embed

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"Up on. I know have log into spotify. Get it either. So that's the cool things. I can't imagine them not being aggressive. But here's thing that guy. Put all that code on a get hub. So you're going to be whack a mole so someone's gonna take one site down in someone put another no cats out a bag on that one. So what's a strand survey. Yeah there's a survey that was done Forget who did it doesn't say in the article. Oh team whistle did a survey and says that a lot of the millennial and gen z. People are replacing their tv watching with a lot of podcast listening to people really watch tv anymore but does that include is that mean that. They're not watching youtube. And i don't know about you but didn't really specify what on tv that they're watching but a lot of people using audio because they're doing other things while you know just like the use case for podcasting in general but they're saying that thirteen to thirty four year old demographic there is really taking the podcasting more so than they have been definitely rejecting television as much you know as they have in the past so i don't know like i said it doesn't specify whether you know it started about net flicks or any of that kind of stuff. I know broadcast. Tv's and kind of a bad way. Just because of you know most people are watching a lot of net flicks and other things you know. It's even interesting incense really the majority of the stuff. I'm watching now. When i do have time to have anything on the tv. I'm watching youtube stuff and youtube series. Yup i watch a lot of those two. You know that. My wife just watches netflix netflix. Snap flicks so you know. She barely watches any broadcast television. So it's kind of funny. Because i could almost cancel netflix's at this point i may watch one movie on netflixif past six months so maybe check it out. Maybe there's a bunch of new stuff over there. But anyway that's what i've been doing. Hugh code has hired longtime formal apple. Podcasts executive steve wilson. Steve spended apple podcasts. For ever think he left a couple of years ago and went to another company. And now slandered at q code. I thought he was still with apple for awhile. But i'm wrong. He's going to be the chief strategy officer over there so good. Congratulations steve. yeah for picking that up so it's less than two weeks left smit your show to the ambiance. The deadline is december. Fifteen point the embassies the ward system for the podcast academy so it's podcasts. Academy dot.

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Tu-whit tu-Whoo might be buying Wondery?

podnews

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Tu-whit tu-Whoo might be buying Wondery?

"Will wonder is new owner. The amazon the wall street journal in gadget report that talks going on valuing wandering around three hundred million dollars. It might all fall apart. Both apple and sony looked into buying the company last month the released version. Two point one of their podcast measurement technical guidelines for public comment. There's no change log so we've made one for you. There's some recommendations of user agent structure apple watch and a statement about ip version six. Brian bar letter from an ad tech newsletter sounds profitable is disappointed telling us at the press release absolutely overstates the promise of client confirmed ad plays ultimately fall short on all of its other goals spotify as large twenty twenty wraps for podcasters with a personal. Look at the data your podcast. You'll find it linked from the spotify for podcasters dashboard. Steve wilson has left apple podcasts to joined los angeles podcast network q code as chief strategy officer. Poltrak has published top. Us publishers for november. Iheart radio is still number. One wondering has jumped from sixth to fourth and incomplete rancor it measures participating publishes only congratulations to jim collison. Who celebrates ten years of home gadget geeks. Today there's a special live show tonight at nine pm eastern anchor powered more than one million show launches in two thousand and twenty. According to the verge spotify says anchor shows account for more consumption in terms of time spent listening than any other third party podcast hosting or distribution provider on its platform. Well specifies made a big jump in. Us app store charts over the past few days. Joe rogan became an exclusive show this week but it also coincides with the release of year in review. An algorithm can highly viral products. That is all to brag about. Excellent music taste. Spotify made a similar jump in app store rankings. Last year when they released here reviews well anyway. Investors liked what they saw all the stock jumped by twelve point six percent yesterday. Metronome is a new landing page for podcasts. Willing to an example today. Thomas g martin was a private investigator has investigated podcast booking agencies and things. They're all rubbish in response. Somebody called designed by creatives reckons. That thomas's article is nonsense. We don't have a horse in this race. Although a bit bored of the automated emails from people wanting to be a guest on this podcast. Which is you can notice. Doesn't do guests on the seventeen bucks a month plan which is always plan. Everyone gets private feeds. Everyone gets two hundred and fifty subscribers private subscribers. That's captivates mark. Asquith in portland. A new weekly podcast about the world of podcasting. Which don't today with some sethi and with me you'll find pod land in all of your regular podcast apps probably and in australia. Rupert murdoch's news corp has teamed up with lachlan murdoch's nova entertainment to produce a set of daily news headlines. Podcasts called news feeds editions for new south wales queensland south australia and victoria or you know the murdoch's control of the media is one concern of the media diversity inquiry so there's that to

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Caught in a deadly attempt to couple up one murder. Steve wilson faces a really dangerous showdown with the killers in a moment. We'll come to the exciting climax tonight story brought to you by a lifebuoy helps so and that includes the will be up next here from november thirtieth nineteen forty eight on this monday edition of classic radio theatre balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life. at a time. I think for older people. I think they really need to understand. This product will give you the energy that you need to sustain throughout a day right now. I i just can't hardly make it through the day. If i start my day. I'll taking three of each every day. Yeah it's i'm i'm a. I'm a fly waiver for the product. I believe in it. I know it's helping me. I feel A more Satisfied that i've got my energy level for the day you know for the last two weeks. I've been working over at my mom's house to get ready to sell. It's just unbelievable. I guarantee if you saw me compared to the rest of the guys that are seventy four. Boys is ready for the a couch. And i'm i'm going strong all day long and have been for quite some time now. Balance of nature is now offering thirty five percent off on any new preferred order go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code. Usa if you enjoy our classic radio theater broadcast and want to start building a collection of your own go to classic radio dot stream. that's classic. Radio dot stream there. You'll find links to great classic radio collections. On cd along with links to great reading on classic radioplus classic radio theater on demand. Check out our web page available now at classic radio dot stream. That's like radio dot stream and enjoy free time and you're sitting at home and you ponder what kind of gifts divi for someone patriotdepot dot com. Has you covered from puzzles. Games novelty items. If you're looking for some unique style items when it comes to the president for more you can check out. Patriotdepot dot com call eight four four three seven seven eight zero five two. That's eight four. Four three seven seven eight hundred five two or patriotdepot dot com use promo code. Usa what does it mean to be an american. Just what our american values working hard to succeed loving god country and family being honest strong and compassionate supporting our constitution and recognizing that we are blessed to be living in america the greatest country in the world our bill of rights protects us our freedoms of worship speech and privacy are right to own firearms are right to trial by. Jury are right to be free to live our own lives without some bureaucrat. Telling us what to do. Most countries don't have these rights wanna know more. It's all there in the book. Get your own free book. The us constitution and the declaration of independence. Then read it again and this time. Share it with your friends are greek constitution as the basis of all of our freedoms are inalienable rights. Get your own copy at free. Us book dot com. Brought to you by the american media council.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on WDRC

"In on a deadly gang showdown Now back to Big town, and tonight's right that exposes Which as Steve Wilson and Lorelei winging southward in a fast plane belonging to the illustrated press. Steve There's the coastline. Wow, we made it before sundown. Now only spot Miller's private landing field before dark way should be able to get to him before his big town stooges arrived by car. This air map showed the field just back from the ocean beach and surrounded by a swamp. Right There should be just ahead if your eyes open our line is only a small field. I see something like a concrete strip parallel to the ocean and a big white house. That's it. Rub down. Fasten your safety belt case. I've forgotten how to land this crate. I hope not winds right to go straight in. That's Miller's place. All right. It was featured in the magazine and all its funny splendor their way of showing that crime and racket don't pay. Neglecting to point out that the places of claims a stucco shell sent in an isolated swamp for protection against Miller's enemies O, But that view Sonny White Beach craft can enjoy it. Without the shadow of an armed bodyguard. Well, we get a chance to just one swim in that warm blue water before we have to fly back. You may in the morning, but I doubt if we'll get out of here tonight. Cross given.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hi my name is Dave yes you're doing Steve Wilson is with us we're gonna talk about his chart of the day in stock of the day do I just mentoring mention that uber is out of the stock is up about three three and a half percent in the after hours we'll get into their earnings in just a moment but first quarter gross bookings that was to be fifteen point seventy eight billion versus the estimate of fifty fifteen point twenty seven so stock is rallying on we'll have a bit more analysis in just a moment Dave Wilson let's start with a chart of the day words do mean you could think of Amazon dot com is the eight hundred pound gorilla a retailing well in the past few weeks it's become even more of a king of the jungle and the way that I show that in the chart is to look at Amazon's market value relative to the value of every other company in SNPs retailing index and if you look back to the middle of March which happens to coincide with the middle of most retailers fiscal first quarter you've seen that Amazon has been fifty percent bigger than the rest of the group by market value on average it just shows you how dominant this company has become within the stock market and then you didn't see this last year I mean it basically went back and forth with the group and this year is a whole different story especially in the past couple months if you want to know more folks sent me an email I'll get you the chart the explanation that goes with it and everything I do going forward the email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net that's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net we want to get to your stock of the day as well I do want to just give an update shares of it were bouncing around they were up about three percent now they're down about three four percent.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"**** group the Ghostbusters so that's what's going on when thanks a lot for the call is our stuff it's a coming up on ten minutes before the hour degree in broadcasting live from my home office here in Portland Oregon back in the order your call stay safe give shelter and we got cats check out the cap foreign on you too Hey did you know that Hillary Clinton actually won Pennsylvania Wisconsin North Carolina and Florida in the twenty sixteen election it's on page ninety two of my new book the hidden history of the war on voting Hey we have a new video up for our supporters over a Thom Hartmann dot com it's about Steve a Steve Wilson Jane Aker who were guests on this program back in the early two thousands a couple reporters for a fox television station down in Florida who put together an investigative report on bovine growth hormone that Monsanto tried to squash the fox station told them that they had to actually live on the air saying that there is no no health risks associated with G. B. H. I was now called RGB H. they refused to lie they got fired they appealed they they they went to court they won a judgment against the fox station and then the fox station appealed that and the appeals court said no it's okay for a TV station order their reporters to lie on the air and that's been a lot of our sensors two thousand to two thousand three and you combine that with the telecommunications act of ninety six and we have a insane media landscape check out of Tom Herman dot com the water back down or been here with you.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To you by straight talk wireless postpones best networks no contracts there's some renewed hope in Cleveland as we head into this NFL season training camps will be opening this week Steve Wilson is there is a new defensive coordinator for the Browns who used to be the head coach in Arizona a job of course now belongs to cliff Kingsbury who drafted counter Murray so there's a spotlight on that pairing in Arizona as we head through the summer and towards the NFL season ESPN cardinals reporter Josh one for us says there's a notables noticeable difference the world record holder after church in terms of like excitement that they bring to the team we will close it and move on not because it is a personality was boring he didn't say anything on the computer the same thing the whole idea of being here is like a movie million by third party the site they signed cliff they drive Tyler your job with slightly more interesting so look the cliff dynamic and the offense is since I mean are we gonna be able to watch in Texas tech taping go yeah that's that's what we're gonna do okay so here's the thing flying into the question we have no idea what I look like it's so close to the staff you won't answer any questions Kyler Murray will answer any questions about what it's like but if I had to go out on a limb infinity I would say yeah it's gonna look very similar to what he ran at Texas tech a lot of people think it's going to be this you know like you go through the wall ninety five times the game now they're gonna turn around ninety ninety five plates up tempo a lot of shock on a lot of no huddle but they're going to win the ball a current and people don't realize at Texas tech cooking very or when the ball almost as much as he threw the ball so you can have that balance I think you understand you're very right our friends of mine and very bright people might understand you have to run the football in order to win but he also knows that the defense is going to eventually staff the box you've got going all over the field with a quarterback and kind of Marie you're the guy who can do that but I think it's safe to say that you can start watching some Texas tech phone you can see a lot of that transfer over to the card I've watched that film they want nineteen and thirty five in big twelve play thirty five and forty overall undercliff what why should anyone believe that he's going to be successful at this level to rewrite bank one he has a defense which isn't to say Texas that don't put out a different service I mean it's so hard to recruit guys from what I understand to Texas tech but when you're competing against Texas Texas a and M. and keep you in St the valve Houston good and then I mean even rice maybe could be compared to recruiting him and in the rest of the big twelve so everyone I've talked to that he just didn't have the defense of players to waive the other part of that is he really is in our quarterback whisper I mean they have to fear is fear for for five six years and he was the quarterback was or will they just basically found a younger version of that so I think with the defense a quote that clicking very has now the cardinals in what he can do with Tyler Maria what you can do it office of line because everyone I've talked to about him as a coach and as the the football mind if you're becoming a creative yes and how did he serve really when it comes to the game so let's see how that translates to be out of okay now he also had a fight but tech quarterback who weighs a Buck seventy look he gets out in space you might get close for two hundred fifty pound linebacker never the rest of the game so there's that there's always that risk but I think for the most part huge if you were to succeed at this level cooking very will do so because he has a good defense and he has the offense of mind that could compete and could create expectations in the desert as we head towards the NFL season training camps opening this week straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G. LTE networks for general night ESPN radio Sunday night baseball in Atlanta single for free head of the second week in a motor for any snow.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To you by straight talk wireless postpones best networks no contracts there's some renewed hope in Cleveland as we head into this NFL season training camps will be opening this week Steve Wilson is there is a new defensive coordinator for the Browns who used to be the head coach in Arizona a job of course now belongs to cliff Kingsbury who drafted cobbler Murray so there's a spotlight on that pairing in Arizona as we head through the summer in towards the NFL season ESPN cardinals reporter Josh one for us says there's a notables noticeable difference reporter quickly read or write or opposite in terms of like excitement that they bring to the team I mean what's was emitted are not personally you little boring he didn't say anything about cooking there isn't anything the whole idea of him being here is like a million Bucks your mark the site they signed cliff they drive Tyler your job get slightly more interesting so look the cliff dynamic and the offense is I mean are we gonna be able to watch in Texas tech taping go yeah that's that's what we're gonna do okay so here's the big point into the question we have no idea what I look like it's so close to the staff you won't answer any questions Kyler Murray won't answer any questions about what it's like but if I had to go out on a limb insanity I would say yeah it's gonna look very similar to what he ran at Texas tech well I still think it's going to be this you know like you got for the wall ninety five times the game now they're gonna turn around ninety ninety five plates going to up tempo a lot of shock on a lot of no huddle but they're going to run the ball a current and people don't realize at Texas tech cooking very or when the ball almost as much as he threw the ball so you can have that balance I think he understands very right off and don't mind and very bright people might be interested you have to run the football in order to win but he also knows that the defense is going to eventually stack the box you've got something all over the field with a quarterback and kind of Marie you've got you can do that but I think it's safe to say that you can start watching some Texas tech built you can see a lot of that transfer over to the cardinals I've watched that film they want nineteen and thirty five in big twelve play thirty five and forty overall undercliff what why should anyone believe that he's going to be successful at this level right thank one he has a defense which isn't to say Texas tech different put out of defense service I mean it's so hard to recruit guys from what I understand to Texas tech but when you're competing against Texas Texas a and M. and keep you in the state Val Houston good then I mean even rice maybe could be considered a recording it and in the rest of the big twelve so everyone I've talked to that he just didn't have the key for the players to wear and the other part of that is he really is in our quarterback Whisperer immediately series you're for for five six years and he was the quarterback was or will they just basically found a younger version of that so I think with the defense a quote that clicking very has now the cardinals and what he can do with Tyler Mari one you can do it office of line because everyone I've talked to about him as a coach and as the the football mind if you're becoming how creative yes and how if you Sir really when it comes to the game so let's see how that translates to be out of pocket now we also have a five foot ten quarterback who weighs a Buck seventy look he gets out in space you might get crushed by two hundred fifty pound linebacker never Eugene gives you the rest of the game so there's that there's always that risk but I think for the most part huge if you were to achieve this level cooking very will do so because he has a good defense and he has the offense of mind that could compete in concrete on the other expectations in the desert as we head towards the NFL season training camps opening this week straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G. LTE networks for general night ESPN radio Sunday night baseball in Atlanta.

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"steve wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"steve wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good this early Sunday morning twenty-seven degree Senate, Republican and one Senate democrat or co sponsoring a Bill to establish an Alzheimer's disease and dementia task. Force Senator Kenny yuko Cleveland area. Republican estimated listen these figures five point seven million Americans suffer from this disease right now. And there's over two hundred twenty thousand Ohioans included in that group Senator Steve Wilson, a Republican from Maine Ville, every other state has a plan on how to handle this crisis. Ohio does not have a plan. That is what Senate Bill twenty four seeks to change the Alzheimer's Association. Backs the effort in Columbus. Jared alley NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w News Radio seven hundred wwl sports, the Bengals released a statement Saturday, saying the team is aware of the report involving running back Mark Walden and his gathering. More information Walton was arrested in Miami. Friday in Cording to NFL dot com was charged with one count of misdemeanor battery. A vehicle belonging to the twenty one year old native of Miami reportedly was blocking the entrance to a parking garage. When a verbal battle with a woman became. Physical Walton reportedly grabbed the phone that the woman was using to record the incident. Matt REEs, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w and in men's college basketball yesterday, the musketeers making it two straight after topping providence, seventy five sixty one sabre now thirteen and thirteen and hop out Kentucky number five in the nation. Taking care of number one. Tennessee rather easily eighty six to sixty nine. Your next update will be at one o'clock. I'm rob carpenter. News Radio seven hundred.

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