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Interview With Bell Media Reporter And Author, Paul Hollingsworth
"I have the great pleasure of speaking with all hollingsworth. Paul is a reporter for bell media. He's an author. And today i wanna find out from paul what he thinks about personal branding whether that's for. Athletes were people in work on such sites as linked in. Join me in my conversation. Today with paul hollingsworth umbrella v. And this is why we work today. I have the great pleasure. Speaking with paul hollingsworth. Good day. Fine sir good day to you and thank you for having me on. This is it's always. It's always flattered to be asked people to do this kind of thing so throw throw that the wall. I'm even more thrilled. That you said yes and i appreciate your time. Will you tell us. Paul for some people may not know but even people who do know you more specifically what industry are you in. What are you up to nowadays. Our broadcaster i worked for a cd. Atlantic halifax i'm a reporter slash anchor focusing a local news Basically might my story is this. I worked at atlantic Formerly atv for eighteen years as a reporter actor. I went off and worked for. Tsn for seven years seven and a half years had a great gig with them literally traveled the world travel north america on a weekly basis and then after doing that for about seven years went back to see atlantic almost three years ago and In a life filled with some mediocre decisions going back to see db atlantic was great decision. Because it's my home. It's my professional home. I to report and anchor in my community in front of people. I grew up alongside covering issues that matter to me and i just. I just feel the comfort zone. I feel very blessed and comfortable in this role in this stage of my life. Good will you bring us back. Paul was your very first job in after asking you to come on. I had a message. Was it yesterday now from your mom sharing trying to get in. She was checking you out and seeing seeing what you're up doing was messaging me. What was your first job growing up as a as a preteen a teen unrelated to what you're doing now selling lemonade selling baseball cards. What was the first thing you did to make her. Attempt to make a buck out. I had a paper for rocks herald. That was back in grade six. Which one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. I was fifty one years old. So the summer of the year of eighty slash eighty one. That school year mcglade. Six year. I had a paper route and so thin fax from august until the next september. It was a morning paper and it was too hard There's no other way saying it was because if there is really get a blizzard five in the morning you have to deliver the papers. And i'd walk around with his bag papers so in the summertime when the sun was shining the birds chirping even as ten year old. There's a neat way to start my day. It was very peaceful tranquil. But i remember like literally getting up on school mornings at five in the morning and walking in snow up to my hips and delivering paper. Vapors very unsafe by today's standards. I would never let my ten year. Old son go into a blizzard But i thought. I found it too hard. I just i mean. There's i'd love to tell you that there was a great reason why i didn't do it anymore. But it was just too damn heart. So i stopped doing it. That was my very first job. Will you and i are speaking before we started recording and mentioning sackville drive. I lived on sackville drive. And i did. I delivered the daily news in grade. Six until i got fired because it was too. I was throwing the papers away thinking. Nobody is reading these things. Why my expert small world. My dad was the managing editor of the daily. So i i remember you buy. You can't my house and sat at the kitchen. Table is like okay brian. Maybe this is not for you. Okay sir funny too funny my goodness so you receive in paper routes calm and i think it's good for people to hear people who have children. I mean as you rightly said some jobs are probably not as safe as what we thought they were back then so we may consider something else but having our kids If there's a kid who listens to this is there's nothing wrong with good getting out there and working whether it's a lemonade. Stand or delivering something. Nowadays there might be a new way to deliver or do something with social media or something just as a kid but what. What did you start to do as you got older. Maybe in middle school and high school in terms of work i Good question. I in grade. Eleven job at ben's bakery on pepper street in halifax those another hard job. I was on. So i go to school monday to friday. And then on saturday and sunday. I'd have to get up at seven in the morning. Said no sleeping in during the school year to be at work at eight thirty to work eight thirty to four thirty benz bakery and cleaning the ovens and all the baking equipment. That get just filthy during the week and i did that for most of the great By the grace of god by the grace of god a broken ankle a gym class. Linda playing basketball and so i had to take time off work and again this happened. Today it'd be probably a workplace violation but back then. It was just more sophisticated time when they said they said to be. Okay at louis. You broke your ankle even offer two months. We hired somebody your place. Don't come back. They never stayed. You're fired the job. distortive evaporate. This is thirty five years ago. I hold no no grievance grudge against benz. It was just. It was just the way it was and i was so relieved because they didn't know how to quit the job. It was so hard my parents probably like the fact is working. But i was. I remember in february. I be like oh my god. I've i've been working and going to school for ninety one straight days because you go to school. Monday to friday cited sunday monday to friday i was exhausted and this went on and on and on so that was a tough
Marty Schottenheimer, NFL coach with 200 wins, dies at 77
"So james some sad news in the nfl coaching world. If you're of a certain vintage you'll remember the name marty schottenheimer. He was a coach starting with the new york giants back in seventy five when he was their linebackers coach and kept coaching right up until two thousand six with the san diego chargers. He was a head coach in kansas city. Washington san diego. But i remember most with cleveland browns head coach in the mid eighties for them when they got. Oh so close to a super bowl. Berth in the afc title game. They're about to beat denver. They're about to go in for the winning touchdown in the final minute of the game and earnest byner get stripped just as he's about to step into the end zone offload jeremiah casteel. Dist reached in grabbed the ball off byner denver recovers and they hold on for thirty eight to thirty three win. And that was. It's called the fumble. If you say that in cleveland people know the fumble ohio and The brown had no shortage in sports of disappointments. So that would be one of them. When you say the fumble people know exactly what you're talking about and really gives until the cavaliers finally when an nba title really lent itself to the lovable loser. Tag that cleveland. Sports fans have had for many years but marty schottenheimer Certainly had lots and lots of success. I think he was like fourth all time as far as coaching winds. Go so sad news to hear his passing today at the age of seventy
"tsn" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Said. I know i used to be doctor. That's all right. let's get into. It certainly was a tough day in the sports media world. So you and. I are veterans of the sports radio game in canada we worked at. Tsn radio you for a decade close to two decades and tsn radio. Kind of went bonkers. Tsn had some big layoffs on the television side. Dan o'toole we talked about that in recent episode Friend rent wallace. Natasha status Stanishev ski butchered that anna bunch of others something like two or three hundred across the nation but today they killed off three not one not two but three. Tsn radio stations in their entirety. Basically shut them. Down actually flipped format to be more on correct and they're all bloomberg news as of today it was Tsn radio in vancouver. Which by the way. The one of the most listened to tsn radio Stations in the entire country. Then you tsn winnipeg and tsn hamilton. All gone so all bloomberg news. Pretty much everybody. At least on the air gun. Yikes yikes well. We're talking about one of the things we did talk about. You know radio it's gonna it's gonna change it's gonna change the. I've never known actually in an industry where the turnover in staff is is super high. You know i'm just remember reading something. Stephen steve saying you know. The average life of a morning show for example is three to five years. Only only so You know t- gore which is still going right with john. I don't know who else he doesn't with known. But but rotten slots there. Johnny rover rosenberg. Jr they retired the name t. gore when they When bell media. Let me go Couple years ago so okay there. We got the morning show or something. Now i guess. But but johnny i went there just. I don't know a few months ahead of you when it started in nineteen ninety nine or two thousand and Johnny still they're doing a morning show Is the program director. So that's that gives you a leg up on just being a host. Sure sure right. I forgot about that. Anyway that's a rarity. That's a rarity that that people stay that long lull green right was crazy amount of time right that these data for any mainly or cfo. Anc maitland. so it happens a lot. It happens a lot right. That the change. May i worked at k rock for your though the every six months or new morning. Show coming in going over here in edmonton. So they know what's going to happen but but when it does You know bell. Media's gotten getting killed in this right with the comments and starting with daniel to who who immediately took to twitter and rip them left and right and it's a little unfair stevie. It's a little unfair People are screaming that they're they're treating these people unfairly Because they're make so much money in their they're worth a ton and I really really a unfairly. A lot of you guys had a great run. I had a great running radio. You had a fantastic run in radio data to exceptional job in and confidence that they put in that guy went to fox and they took him and brought him back so they're running a business to stevie right they're running a business to and where everyone gets all up in arms to start to poke their nose into someone's structure of how they run their company and take them down..
Kansas City Chiefs player who opted out of season to aid COVID efforts says he ‘made the right choice’
"Little less than two hours away. Now from Super Bowl 55, a game many thought might never happen due to the global covert 19 pandemic. One Kansas City chief who's not on the field in Tampa. Today is Laurent Duvernay Tart if the starting right guard on the Super Bowl 54 Championship team Duvernay tart if opted out of this season. Put his medical degree to use helping fight Cove in 19 in his native Canada this week, watching his teammates prepared to defend their title. He reflected on that decision on TSN 10 40 in Vancouver. It was sure that the hardest decision I had to make in my life, you know you coming up with Super Bowl, You have a pretty good team good chance of winning it again this year. So it was tough to make the call. But at the same time, no right after the Super Bowl in April, I went back and held for 10 weeks and long term care facility and I think that's really where Realized the impact in the burden Kobe was putting not only on the patient, but on everybody who was working there and their kids and their family and all the sacrifices. I think that's when I kind of realized that for me it was a little bit of a nonsense to you know, across the border, Go play football, and I felt like my role this year was to try to help and to try to be In line with my my conviction, and also that five years from now I can look back at 2020 and be like, Hey, I made the right call, and now I can be a physician and live with my decision.
"tsn" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Big oil. Yeah wish she'd give me a little bit as one thing that people don't know about me yet. So we know the james doug intolerably log things lots of things that they they They don't know about me one thing so we know we know that james ties tyron does leg. Yeah we also found out that harney ryan sing. Doesn't know how to tie a tie. he gets other people to do that for him and i think when he's working at home it's his wife ties the tie for we here. So maybe there's a scene with neckties. So i i always go. We are only high one now. And it's always a four windsor. Not half windsor knot foreign hand or whatever they call those other the full windsor and the reason. I know retie for windsor. As a when i might say well as i do is because my dad was a close worse. My dad was very nicely dressed. I'd dad worked for that worked on the production at the hollander trough and he would wear a title work every day and then after. Take the tie off when he got to work to work in the factory and then put it back on at the end of the day. Wow because he just thought that you should dress properly for free something like work. So he taught me how to tie a full windsor and You gotta make sure that the nada straight you gotta make sure that it drives me crazy when i watch tv and i see people on tv and their ties crooked. Not it's not buttoned right up to. There's a little bit of space between your top button and the not. It bothers me if the dimples way off center there's many things about ties that would offend my sensibilities because my dad taught neither proper way to time for windsor. Not that's interesting the storyteller about your dad. My dad's been retired for. I don't know five six seven years. And for the longest time. I think covert has changed everybody of course but i'd go over to his house. He's not working but he is wearing dress pants dress shirt and a tie and i'm like where where are you going. I woke up today side to get at wearing a dress shirt every day in retirement and he very rarely warrant at twenty was worked at. That's amazing but not not dissimilar to my dad's attitude who my my. My dad always used to say you trust. You never know where you're going to meet or into and and no. I was taught me young age. But i didn't follow a lot of nice. 'cause i i go looking like i hear ya. The book is everyday hockey heroes written by bestselling authors. Bob mackenzie my guest today. As well as jim lang a wonderful book to read especially over the holidays. Get it at your. Local bookstore is published by simon. And schuster bob. I really do appreciate your time. Thank you so much awesome. Thanks redmi cream really appreciated and enjoyed the opportunity to talk about the book and spent some time talking with a fellow. spur Absolutely have a great one take care thanks a lot bye..
"tsn" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Just just to read that and it was. It was interesting in the way where he yes. There was hockey story. But you know. I'm i'm also a fan of martial arts and there's a There's a transgender fighter. Transgender woman fighter And there's always been this discussion about. Should she be allowed to fight other women. There's also that i think she's from south africa. There is a a four hundred meter runner. I think or meal distance runner a seminar. I can't remember her name. Your i'm gonna my wheelhouse on anything but hockey's yeah but There's talk about I no. I don't sorry after myself. I don't think she's transgender. But she's but anyways just to read that and understand because jessica talks about in in that in that story about how as she was going through these changes. Her body was changing as she wasn't able to keep up and beat the boys that she used to and so it was it was for me it was fascinating to to have that revealed that it's more than just sort of changing your appearance right. It's like everything from the inside out. It was an amazing amazing story. Yeah it really was and one of the things is that you know jessica wrote that story herself. You know obviously with some guidance and help from sarah saint gear but on. Jim didn't write that story. I didn't write that story. That was jessica story in her own words. Wow and she's an incredible on top of everything else. She's incredible writer Because he here's the thing so you know and sixty four year old white male. I'm reasonably well educated. Not necessarily smart but while i went to a post secondary institution And so you know if somebody said to be you know anything about transgender people would say you know what i know is they. They're they're born a certain way. They don't feel comfortable with how they're boring they feel like you're trapped and you know in the wrong body so to speak and and they can identity is is Is not lined up properly in the feel like they have to go to extraordinary physical emotional mental levels to to take that transgender jimmy and go from one gender to the one that a in their own hardened celo embody that they truly identify with so. Yeah i'm aware of all that on one level but then you actually read jessica what story. Yeah and read what. It's really like to be a a younger child growing up in the minor hockey In embrace grove on -tario near sarnia and to never really feel comfortable and and to know really sense and see homophobia and and Not talk city of of what the hockey culture can be and sometimes intentionally so because there are you know word homophobes in every walk of life but they certainly existed occupant but also just in terms of you know the terminology. That's been used for curse words in hockey for years. You've never really gave it a second thought until suddenly you realize were using that terminology just fortuitously for point of emphasis. You're not even being willfully agreed. You're just kind of blissfully ignorant that it's offensive to to gay person or to a transgender person or whatever. The case may be but anyways for two three jessica story and how difficult. Her childhood was because of You know not being comfortable with who she was. Then you you see what lengths she has to go to be a from. You know the the courage of of confronting who you are letting your family and friends know who you really are and then taking that trip. That requires hormonal therapy. Yeah surgery and then to go through all of that and then get the the point you were talking about which was okay so i. I didn't feel accepted before. Because i wasn't my my right self i i wasn't in my proper identity And then so. Now i am and suddenly people say well you don't you can't play with the girls now because you're transgender and it's not fair and you're bigger and stronger and and she saying no not really because i'm actually weaker and had lost so much in terms of some of the physical strength ahead because of the therapy or the surgeries that i've had and and then just you know again to. She describes it to go to hell and back trying to now fight for acceptance on another level so she didn't feel accepted as a kid through for parole reasons and now she's not feeling accepted as a transgender adult. Because other people are saying well no you sorry. You don't fit the criteria no men women and and had to fight that battle for acceptance. But but she did and she was very courageous and she came out on. I think she would tell you. She came out on the right side of it. Knock down some walls got the accepting she was looking for. And you know so. It's a real a real good story that weight inspiring story that way but for me he emotional mental on impact of of what she did and how she did it and to to read to write it in the detail that she wrote it. Yeah i read that story. In the end i was totally and utterly blow it away and it was just like. Wow yeah okay as a reasonably intelligent like big. I am sorry who under quote unquote understands what transgender is all about. After that chapter. I felt like okay. Now i've got a hole deeper appreciation and understanding of what it really means transgender. That's for sure. I want to end off talking about scarborough. I've been in scarborough since grade five since grade. Five and and so. I'm always sort of pimping scarborough to anybody who will listen to me scored. Where'd you grow up in Brighton bridal town circle finch and warden your bridal wood mall so i went to johnny mcdonald. You know mike myers. That's that's right as well as yes. Michael johnson my johnson from And nhl or mike johnson. that's right. I was in the senior read as his sister as elder sister. Yeah johnny mcdonnell blackouts correctly yen wondering if they're still called the black scott's i don't know but Yeah i was there. I think a metro. We wanted metro. But that i had anything to do with it. We want the metro bowl. But i wanted to ask you. And i know you went to bengal mandel public school. You bend the public school. Okay okay. Brinkley we're sorry where woburn kelly d'auvergne.
"tsn" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Couldn't tax anybody email. Anybody there was no messaging you. If you wanna talk to somebody you had to pick up the phone and call and hope that they call you back or you get of and have actual conversations. It was a much more in many respects. It was more labor intensive but in many respects was much more personal and You know there's pros and cons to both sides of it. Yeah when so so. i'm. I'm curious about how you disseminate information you you've for the most part for for most of your or what you're most best known for is your your time with tsn and they've got programming and you're on these programs and obviously the ownership also owns radio stations and so on right so you're sort of fulfilling your obligations as an employee when you get a scoop and you're not scott. Let's say scheduled to be on somewhere. Do is is what was the flake. Do you struggle with. Should i throw this out on twitter. Even though there's no value to for example tsn like wizar- struggle with that or was it. No this is what i'm supposed to do over time. We batted around a lot internally at. Tsn we talk about that a lot and you know. Initially you know you're right. The idea was to try to drive as many eyeballs as possible to dot ca. Two more hits they get the more advertising naked cell. You wanted to it a destination so that you create this sense that if you want your few one news and information on the national hockey league you're gonna go to tsn getting on tsn dossier to get that information and so absolutely initially you you normally would put it on tsn dot ca and and and that was even before social media before twitter and and quite often it was like you would put it on there but there was no way to really promote it outside of it being on the front page of tsn dot ca and and somebody on the radio or television. Say a story on dot ca. Look who had just got fired or look who just got hired or look who just got traded. So you would do that over time. I think it morphed into something else where because social media gave everybody every reporter no matter how big a paper. How big an outlet he worked for a small note lady worked for Virtually not just reporters gabe. He'd anybody the ability to break news instantaneously and And so i think if you wanted to try to you know if the goal was for us at tsn and probably part of the reason why they hired me full fulltime one hundred percent In around in two thousand They wanted to be the source for all news and information at hockey. And so and ideally you wanted a on tsn. As i said but over time and more recently you know they would be understanding and knowing that was very competitive. Now get a scoop. It might only last for two minutes so you wanna be. I wanna be right. You wanna be i. Yeah so just put it up on on on twitter and And and that's it we don't that's the means. But because you're still creating that sense of if you're breaking story after story after story or pieces of information on social media in your doing so under the at tsn. Bob mackenzie banner is still benefiting from the reputation and that means forcing that sense of people. If you want your news and information you want to get from. Bob mackenzie darren dreger frank seravalli or pierre lebron or whoever happens to be working at tsn on any given day That that is so true. Were there were there stories that you know you'd hear from the hockey world that Could be seen as more of a personal nature or not concerning the game that you'd get that for some reason people wanted out there that you say listen to says this has nothing to do with what happens on the ice. This has nothing to do with the business of the team. And so on that you would sort of let go others would pick up I'm curious about you know. Are there lines drawn especially with you being you know known as sort of the You know the first corner coat. nhl insider. Yeah it's i don't know. I guess best way to answer. That question would be simply say everybody. In the media business has to have sort of an internal threshold of what their guiding principles on how they're gonna go about their job and so you know if you're asking me certainly in the eighties and nineties when i was more perceived to be on a beat if you will or in the rinks more more as opposed to being in the studio or so much work being done from home now even before even before covid you know you could work out of the house. A lot and social media The communication with so many people But to to be. I wouldn about in covering the national hockey league back in those days. You know if. I saw a player at a bar. And you know the night before a game i wasn't in i wasn't to me that that wasn't ridiculously newsworthy. Certainly not because it happened so often in the eighties and nineties. It was a different game back then. The thresholds were differ. It'd be unusual now. I mean if you saw a big at each on superstar the night before gaming in a bar and so i guess there's such a gray area to the question. So i mean i i mean if it's the night before game seven of the stanley cup final and you see star player for the team. And he's no swashbuckler drunk at a bar you know that's that that would probably be news. You know what i i am. Not but if it's nine o'clock at night and there's a guy in their glass of wine or even a couple of beers or whatever and he's playing game thirty seven of the season the next day. Eleven o'clock midnight that that wouldn't that wouldn't register for for me. So i don't know i just i just try to use my instincts and better judgement to decide what's news what's not news. What's in the public interest in the best interest And what's on a need to know and You know Probably made mistakes both ways along the way but you know everybody's got have their own sensibilities if you want to call them or guiding principles on how you want to go where your job nice. I wanna get to the book but one one question before we do. Is there one scoop one piece of news that you broker you covered that. You're most proud of what..
"tsn" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Me your favorite story. that's all i want. I just want your favorite story. I don't care if it's short or long or whatever. I don't care if it's during the game or in the bar afterwards. I just want if kareem and me and you are sitting in a bar and we say. Tell us a great story. That's all. I want this book to be but i started getting stories from other places when people so in in that particular case a guy named don douglas. Who handles my. Rsp's also happens to handle the stamkos family away and And i know steve's family we used to live in union uniondale little bit always talking to on one day telling him about the book and he said. Did steve tell you about the time. Has dad storylines car. And so that's where the you know. I had no idea about that story and stephen and never told it before. Oh so sometimes. They came from odd places right. Yeah and Which was kind of neat. I mean that's the way the book should come together like that for sure and it's and it was a story stories like that throughout the book that i'd go like this can't happen in any other sport with yeah. There's a glad you said that. Because i think it's hard to put your finger on but there is something about hockey and maybe he go back back to what you were talking about a few questions ago there is something about hockey that lends itself to a story. And i'm not sure if it's the you know the bond that players have the fact that it's such a you know a tough guy sport but and there's something about hockey players i think are the greatest storytellers that almost we. We accused hockey. Players are being boring right. And in some instances that's true particularly in the intermission interviews do and partly that's the media vault when you say. Hey what are you gonna do in the third the towel around their shoulder and they're like yeah you know. Excape puck steep but capitalize on her chances. So but if you take them out of that environment and you get them in a place where they feel comfortable. Almost every hockey player has a story and that was kind of my philosophy going into the book. That yes i wanted to talk to wayne gretzky in bob your and and sidney crosby and connor mcdavid in austin matthews in all these guys. But i believe that anybody. I could call on any roster or any retired player that i could get one great story out of any of them and i truly believe that to be true And that was like people ask me. How many stories did you leave on the cutting room floor. You know. I the fifty seven stories in in the book chapters in the book. They're the only stories i got. There is not one person that i call. And when i hung up the phone said I got nothing from him. There was a couple of short stories. And i did a chapter which was just a bunch of short stories. Because i'm like. I can't turn this into a chapter two.
"tsn" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Tsn's james duffy for those of you who don't know. James covers hockey the great cup super bowl as one of the masters tournament on these sports network here in canada James has won a ton of awards. Canadian screen awards sports media canada award for outstanding sports broadcasting he has written a boatload of books including his latest called beauties hockey's greatest untold stories. But james is also a fellow volunteer with cocker covid. Nineteen which helped to raise both funds as well as personal protective equipment during wave one of the current pandemic. This is a great discussion. I really hope you enjoy it. Thanks everyone for listening. Enjoy this conversation with. Tsn's james duffy. Thanks for doing this. Thank you so much. Really appreciate the time. No prob now. Kareem kareem kareem three and james of the hats. The hats awesome. Thank you actually at Suleiman the guy who started concrete. Bobin nineteen nine out of this house. Yesterday he bought a bunch of books for a friends' his so i was staying high family. Yeah i did some stuff for them back in. Yes just a legit delivering stuff lose which you'll find nice wonderful. Yes so many that. I've been friends for many years. Have you yeah. So i did some behind the scenes stuff. I'm sure give him. And i don't know if you've ever Greg elston he was the the tech guy the website guy. And i think i think once are i think i might to sign a book form yesterday. Okay he was he was. Did you do that. Event for the doctors ontario duct was at hot doctors. Yes that's actually. That's where i dealt with greg. Yeah yeah he was. He had put that together. I think yeah. I told him. You gotta get a wide variety guests on here. Yeah i've got a couple of podcasts. So i have a music one. Nice that greg is my co host and producer for and then this one has really my failed dream. Really write music when i was a kid. Yeah my dad was a musician and.
OG Anunoby's buzzer beater lifts Raptors over Celtics
"I thought it was about to be midnight for the rafters last night you're down to you lose that game no teams ever overcome through ever in the NBA playoffs in a best of seven but Jay in three point shooting League wouldn't it? Data three, by a guy that had just a dozen points comes through and suddenly. Whole, the Raptors are finished somebody else will be the champs suddenly cut right in half third straight night that the NBA has delivered an absolute. Awesome. Stunning finish miscommunication by the Boston Celtics is wide jalen Brown was pissed off Jason Tatum. Yeah Jason Tatum. You're supposed to switching everything you're switching when you actually get screened is what they were doing and Jason Tatum for some reason I don't know if they were in his own or if they're a man to man, it seemed like they were in a man to man. And tatum didn't get screened and just pointed opposite side. Nobody was man and Toronto. Now, all of a sudden is in the series to two one man Taco should jump go do something Taco wave your arms seven. No. He was waving his arms but I thought he should have jumped. You know jump up and down and waving. He was able to get that ball over there in straight shocks I mean look there's norms zones up. Catch and shoot perfect. He pushed at the to the mass was incredible though I mean to pass. It was a Tom Brady pass from Kyle lowry over the wings eight four Wingspan of seven six TACO fall right in the pocket of og on OBI. That's incredible in indeed it was ten fifty tsn there on the call
"tsn" Discussed on Esportsmanlike Conduct
"Yeah. What what happened real talk? My favorite part of this is what. We were talking earlier I won't name media. There's some people who go around and talk about all the things that he's worth. Teams are doing wrong maybe like a social perspective, and that same person that you're talking about. This is bad radio but I just want to tell you this. It's really interesting. You make sure so like if you're listening to. It for like ten seconds 'cause I'm having to come. Sharia. And goes, reads the tsn thing, and he's doing like a tweet about it in the Tsm, manifesto says hey. I got to find the words it was like this is unacceptable and we have zero tolerance policy, and then they go on to say if this happens again, he'll be kicked off the. Zero, tolerance policy in the same sentences where you talk about how they're getting a second chance, yeah? GSM. Your your statements have been a little wack lately. Let's just say. Your old poet. There also I mean. This was this was. This was just stupid and tone-deaf. This wasn't like he didn't. He didn't. We talk about gamers saying bad things onstream, this could have been like. Really bad, he just said something. It. Why do you trash? Bad winters metality right this. Is a kid being. It's weird. I don't know why he did it. It makes no sense the glut like this in such a profane way on a Ninja tournament rap. You Win, but But. It's not something that would like super tarnished reputation so I can see why they didn't want to like. Hardcore you also eight mile himself which I think was. He might be dumb as hell, but this was kind of brilliant was right after it happened, he said I I'm, GONNA quit. The drop me I feel bad for him and all the hate there going. He went over above and beyond on himself so that people were like. Well, you know it wasn't that bad before like trying to flip it, and if he hadn't said anything, they.
NASCAR in good hands with Jim France serving as interim CEO and chairman
"And certainly there's that huge disturbance in the forest with the arrest charges against NASCAR CEO and chairman, Brian France, connected to impair driving possession of a controlled substance when his car was pulled over in the Hamptons last week, Brian. Now, on indefinitely of absence replaced by until Jim France, NASCAR v of of vice president and chairman. Now, assuming the role of interim chairman and chief executive officer, there you go. Jim is the younger brother of the late Bill, French, junior, Brian's, dad, but it appears no, no, never mind to drivers like chase, Elliott who's steering the
"tsn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thanks. Very much we're having some trouble with, your mic but we'll try and get back to you in just a. Few minutes thank you very much in other news, this morning troubles on the. Blue line power. Was lost in the third rail westbound between maverick and aquarium stops TSN up a one track operation on the eastbound side while crews work on fixing. That problem we're going to talk right now to Ryan may hand who was stuck on that train. This morning, good. Morning Ryan thanks for joining us Ryan are you there Ryan I'm, sorry. Carlos can you tell us what happened this morning during your? Commute sounds rather interesting Well we my regular work working? On a Boston Once we left maverick station Once we station towards We've heard a lot I was, in the, first time in fact. Right by the wall In, other words to Kevin Once, we've heard a loud palm all the lights went out The and no ventilation And I could hear the conductor something that he lost all power to. The car takes cars I love I guess going to. Muscle cars A while waiting until they decided. To escort us back to maverick we're, pretty much, on the belly of The In other, words the lowest point on the, tunnel so we could, see you, know On, either direction And I take it, with the heat humidity out there was rather uncomfortable in those cars this morning berry Moisture in on the floor of the windows And then they got you, guys onto buses to get your? Destination. Century, made it out of the tunnel yes I we had to. Wait for export from the cars I car I was actually one of the last Evacuate We have to go through every single car all the way to the last five Sports Police And Personnel The emergency exit in Mavericks gonna station I guess Actually scientists has. Ninety six Gotcha well listen we're glad that you're safely out. Of that tunnel this morning we thank you for sharing your story. With, us here on WBZ again if you're just joining us problems, on the blue line today power. Loss to the third rail there has been a one track operation set up on the eastbound side and buses will be shuttling people between. Maverick and aquarium this morning Easy, news time nine thirty three time for us to check traffic and weather together on this, Thursday the Subaru retailers of the wind all wheel drive traffic. On the threes let's get right to Chris Josh south of town route ninety five.
Saquon Barkley inks $31.2 million rookie deal with Giants
"Do you NFL training camps rolling out this week. In earnest we had a terrible, story yesterday, Minnesota Vikings offensive, line coach Tony Sporanos died unexpectedly at the age of. Fifty six the team made a shocking announcement. Yesterday afternoon Sparrow had complained about chest pains and went to the hospital. On Thursday a source, tells ESPN's Chris Mortensen Speranza underwent tests and was released. On Friday the source. Said Sperone his wife found him unconscious yesterday morning as they prepared to leave for church but could not. Revive him he was the assistant and assistant with the Minnesota Vikings for the past. Two seasons he worked for nine NFL teams over nineteen years with head coaching stints in Miami and on an interim basis with Oakland Raiders in two. Thousand fourteen he also held positions with the Browns with, Washington Jacksonville Dallas San Francisco and the New. York Jets and you may remember one of the better single season coaching jobs in, recent memory two, thousand eight the. Miami Dolphins remember they got Chad Pennington who was basically Discarded after the jets got Debretts farve there was this obviously the, the, the, New England Patriots have been a dynasty in the. AFC and have owned the AFC, east the, Miami Dolphins in, two thousand eight with Chad Pennington lost their first two. Games and then won eleven of their next. Fourteen coming off a year where they went one in fifteen that eleven. And five season for, the Miami Dolphins in two thousand eight is the only. Year in the last. Fifteen that the patriots didn't win the division and that eleven and five season is the only time in. The history of the National Football League that a coach led his team to the. Playoffs after his team won one game or less the previous year did a fantastic job with that Miami team in reading number of the tributes from. Players who played for him not just in Minnesota but, also Miami and other spots a devoted family. Man his daughter apparently just got married two weeks ago four grandchildren and so the, NFL world mourning, the loss of. A longtime assistant and head coach Tony spurlock Meanwhile in Canada Johnny Manziel has been traded can't play for the Hamilton tiger cats can't get on the field so they have traded him to the Montreal Alouette according to a TSN and reunites him with a familiar face Mike Sherman coach Manzella Texas a. and m. during his redshirt freshman season of two thousand eleven that was sherman's final season coaching the aggies I don't follow a ton of CFL football but the Alouette severity tried three different quarterbacks they have the worst offense in the l. so maybe Menzel is actually going to get a chance to, play that chance did, not exist with the Hamilton tiger, cats Johnny Manziel is. In Montreal and you're hearing time and again about, you know. What are the big issues between players and owners in the NFL is players one, guaranteed, money Owners aren't willing to give, it to them But they can look no further than the second pick in this year's draft saquon Barkley the New York Giants according to NFL media's Ian Rapoport are. Set to sign Barclay to his. Rookie deal that'll pay him thirty one point two million. Dollars guaranteed a four year deal fully guaranteed now rookies obviously have a lot less wiggle. Room than they did pre two thousand eleven the new CBA basically dictates with these guys are going to get the deal comes with, signing bonus of just over twenty million dollars and there's apparently, offset language that will keep Barclay from quote double dipping in the event of the giants. Cut him before the end of the contract and also it's worth pointing out that New York holds, the fifth an option for a fifth year which, is the case for all first round picks but it goes to show an Zeki l. fully. Guaranteed deal from the Dallas Cowboys didn't. Payments much money didn't go. As early in the draft. Is partly did there's a sticking point there Players and. Owners players want more guaranteed money owners don't want to give it to him but anecdotally they can Kirk cousins free agent Minnesota fully,.
Ilya Kovalchuk to return to NHL with Los Angeles Kings
"The iheart radio app the justice department gives into threats from house republicans and turned over new classified information related to the russia investigation members of the house judiciary and intelligence committees had threatened to hold officials in contempt of congress or even impeach them if the document flow hadn't begun by yesterday severe weather rolling across the country was seven reported tornadoes in four states seventy to eighty mile per hour wind gusts and flooding abc sam champion has more on the damage overnight more than two hundred reports of severe weather across much of this country a reported twister north of lafayette georgia and alabama cleanup underway after a reported tornado touchdown in cullman county friday night the storm injuring three including an infant and in virginia more than six inches of rain causing road closures and flooding homes briefly shutting down richmond's airport the governor of texas issued a disaster declaration for six counties hit by severe weather and flooding this week and the second man to walk on the moon sues several family members we'll have that coming up but first wbz news time twelve eleven and time for a sports let's send it over to the ace hticket dot com sports studio with chris chris what do you have well there's a bit of a run on defenseman at the nfl draft sherry thirteen teams selected blue liners in the second round including the boston bruins with the fiftyseven pick the black and gold picked axel anderson a six foot one hundred eighty pound eighteenyearold from gerna sweden the right shot defenseman at thirty one points in forty two games last year in the super league some reporters said he was a fourth round projection the nhl network ranked him seventy third best overall taken fifty seven by boston they're up again at seventy seven with three more picks after that other nhl and bruins news russian sniper ilya kovalchuk gained coming to boston tsn reports he signed with the kings mlb stocks returned to the field at fenway tonight whether permitting against the mariners boston to game one of the series last night fourteen ten they turned to lefty add water rodriguez for the game to start iran enters fourth overall in baseball with nine victories here's his philosophy went on the mound pitching yeah we'll try to do just go like for all the time like throw throw i try all my bitches i try because i know they tried to just get like quake our jobs like strike wanting working pretty good rodriguez one is last six starts including a nine three win last week against the mariners he'll go up against writing mike league opening pitch scheduled for seven fifteen and world cup second half now in the kremlin mexico and south korea in the fifty six minutes that is a one.
"tsn" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
"Will be around ninety with sunny skies tonight slow will be around sixty eight with mostly clear skies tomorrow mostly sunny with a high near ninety two news tsn news i'm charlie hodges amazon releases its list.
"tsn" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Am loading or let's say i've got this webpage took to continue our example i've got this web page that i've created and i'm hosting it somewhere on the internet but i've got a url to a content addressed cryptographic hash named cat picture that sitting on my snowed on my computer and you load that webpage and you your computer tries to load the link of the cat picture the cryptographic hashed cat content addressed cat picture it's going to request it from the ip network and assuming it hits my node it's going to essentially if i have it right it's going to do a kind of hash table look up or it's going to map the the cryptographic hash to the content that's associated with that hash on my node and it's going to deliver you the cat picture and then on your local note you can do this run the same hash function over that cat picture compare it to the cryptographic hash you used to request the cat picture from the network and you will be able to detect whether it matches or not exactly exactly that that's correct so the content address okay contra drove and object is calculated through cryptographic hash what are the other advantages of this content addressing model so we've this property we these primitive you're no longer require like you're not requires to go again so that central authority that server somewhere to fetch the content so imagine that sitting in this room and i want to share a document with you or picture today what would probably happen is that i would applaud that the trip to some external service to some cloud service or to some social network and then you will grad your device and use on that pitcher from debts cloud service if we app into these connected again from cns or foam or that service was down than the debt service that up location like sharing the picture would just break down it will not work we've content addressing what happens is that given the same network that we have access to conceal other you can fetch you can ask the network floor debt exact same file my machine real catch requests and will serve the file to you they're actually this means that like being in areas of the world where while the internet tv is not just as good as we i used to in developed countries or simply because networks are but says sensory in some kind of way that uses cannot access to certain types of content or just cannot access to content at all because that the content is far enough that things like tsn shake was a timeout like so the things like cryptographic and check to the time out you can still serve that content.
"tsn" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Used to request the cat picture from the network and you will be able to detect whether it matches or not exactly exactly that's correct so the content address okay contra dress and object is calculated through cryptographic hash what are the other advantages of this content addressing model so we've this property we these primitive you're no longer require like you're not requires to go again so that central authority that server somewhere to fetch the content so imagine that like we are sitting in assembly room and i want to share a document with you or picture today what would probably happen is that they would oppose that the trip to some external service to some cloud service or to some social network and then you will grad your device and you'll know that picture from debts cloud service if we add to be disconnected again from dns or foam or that service was down than the debt service that up location like sharing the picture would just break down it will not work we've content addressing what happens is that given the same network that we have access to concede other you can fetch you can ask the local area network floor debt exact same file my machine real catch requests and will serve the file to you they're actually this means that like being in areas of the world where while the internet clinton is not just as good as we i used to in developed countries or simply because networks are but says sensory some kind of way that uses cannot access to certain types of content or just cannot access to content at all because that the content is far enough that things like tsn shake was a timeout like so the things like cryptographic and check to the time out you can still serve that content sue those.
"tsn" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Oh all sports net has a bunch of difference stations which is like the espn and fox account of sports nut and tsn except for their own for the same company so it's all the same guys wanna know what peer third yes say he said that he doesn't think the raptors have the it factor quota it'll be hard for me to see them being cleveland in a seven game series or even boston for that matter i mean i know that they have a great back court tamar and of course car lari but it's just the past the pa i'll go off what i've seen i've seen him have successful regular seasons and then when the playoffs start they get upset you know allah paul pearson brooklyn in washington is third person this is something that is is it continues to happen so well i hadn't heard it but i know 'cause i'm doing some stuff with with the raptors coming up and that hit their day are out for paul pierce blood and boy it would be amazing if countdown was there for the conference finals paul but you know paul did take them out you remember back to back years once with brooklyn once with washington they were the lower seat both times was that the i called game series or how's that was i think that was them i'll look it up but he did what he was in brooklyn he did hit a game winner up in toronto and he was like that's why that's why they brought me here something like that right i call game he was in washington but was it against the raptors.
"tsn" Discussed on WTVN
"Ended up being on no games or of uh no games that year and the four was upheld uh for the next year so um that's what we're looking at uh by the way johnny manziel had a uh uh a workout with the cfl is hamilton tigercats and apparently the former heisman trophy winner i didn't i had a series of physical and medical tests and he did not past the mall a source told tsn too many red flags the report goes on to say the tigercats were hopeful they could learn manziel has put his offfield troubles in the past and dedicated to playing football again they did not feel that's the case they were also unimpressed with his physical condition so he's struck out with a sea fell and if you can't even get a cfl team to take a chance on a mess is further evidence that his nfl career is indeed ovalles 610 wtvn scott jennings in the news room today scott hurricanes hidden northeast now on president trump's still talking about a his speech today was supposed to be about tax reform president taking time to talk about continue recovery efforts for hurricane harvey torrential rains and terrible flooding continue to pose a grave on industries is an industrial leader in design and installation of voice data fiber optics in wireless networks with projects ranging from a simple office moved to more complex manufacturing networks vaughn industries handles the most challenging work successfully.
"tsn" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Know off the petition are manufacturing of tsn you'd be ended that's not to beat writers you know i just think in any of the process first can happen and it just happened and they interesting thing is that there without our knowledge doubt and signs that actually caught these or so so that to be don't even have gotten all that that was an out of but sometimes it's game so happened that there are so outta not connected property out by the seventh and then the of me stick and be and the east acumen it team and that speed up the aging process that that committed out an that through the two that dishes to guy and are so it kennedy to income a tony's to cushion off of sup and that before chemicals to cushions that can damage that that the process of stuff knife now there's another thing that can happen also when the d's up that missed a control he's not done properly off the be an at a petition that these that up for teams that find the be ended you know the worst imagine like a step forward being and that is cup flirting uproar teams that again are so be broken down by and not are in that teams that depth are supposed to keep them are st and it get also easy to an aging process so it should be the dna structure he had dui ability other structure and d out individually off the hoard de ended that makes the process of for giving up proper and it in the top of the dna being affected to get in dedicated to an aging process.
"tsn" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Or shoulder hurt sir something ridiculous like that so you never really know where the stress is going to go until you imply intelligent exercise whenever you apply told tsn exercise basin adam ian by mechanics and based on things that we know about the structure of the fashion and how the body works only then can you really be shirt even even with erste specially with good training technique that you get the result but you want otherwise you kind of just shooting in the door and we if you'd if you have pain if you've ever had bucks serious years back then you know you don't wanna she in the dark a very long is in became very very debilitating and i'm very and and very on their on the rest of your life social direction work things like that because i'm telling you think it was pain see just i want to waste time okay so so this guy give oh yeah right are stoop out there physician he developed this technique and and and it it in english it's logic to in all hasta your to killer de co op tayshaun that's my new impressive phrase i'm going to be using this weekend to press yeah well you enjoy that the dinner part at all the dinner parsing cocktail parties i go through all the time and weekends let me tell you on that list but the whole when you when you came to my house and you you should me these moves you describe to it you discarded to me is me creating space within my joint so like decompression whichever joint that i chose for the specific exercises are sure is an exercise that you should win to create space on you walk me through so what what you mean when you say create space with an eye joint yeah absolutely so the way i kind of wanted to people are listening to this to think about the body is is not in a very new tony in way so often times we think about we see a skeleton and we say okay head is stacked on top of the neck and neck on top of the shoulders the shoulders on top of this winter reality it's all connected but none of it is stat in that way.
"tsn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Nine features it had a tsn out it head point he ears exactly exactly and the thing is i had my a hundred and ten powder i wasn't a back she hurt in the and she gaining and you're probably yup you just look in the general direction and everyone in the car was just an hour one i got when i was actually very waiting i do with lot but heinous cry than i couldn't believe what i saw from the even the guys that were had big thirty with on those who is making because if they i i guess where that this thing was there davis great cause thank you for sharing appreciated i really for shall going i guys thank you what well there you go lawn that citing just east of bosh while which is just east of where i'm sitting down the for a one so i wasn't surprised they quite actually i'm other than as well we've had owen type of griffin citing foot yup right and i'm starting even those that have not receive and are somewhat documented run anywhere and mike of ryan goal from think that but earnings of to bury down over to build their own across and that puerto so the one carry i really his it's a did ended the throw this out there but oh i you are you at least willing to consider that we're talking about like answer be only get it can we use the w word here is that a possibility i mean you know i'd probably rather thing because where the you'd very well could be it you know there's that's another situation i looked into i mean and there simply will that believe it's like after the but at this point right now we just can't wait proved that you can rule it out but you can rolled out i was really hoping new we're just gonna shut the down you know what which is is it is absolutely no possibility could you not at least give me that lot.
"tsn" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Features it had a tsn out it had point he ears exactly exactly investing is i had my hundred in and out a lot while in the back she hard in the new up and que gaining and develop a yup you just look in the general direction and everyone in the caller just in all when i guard i'll and i knew that actually very waiting i do with any eighth led the a lot but heinous cry than i couldn't believe what i started and you can the guys that were the big thing they're gon below school explaining booker that they i i guess where that this thing was there davis great cause thank you for sharing appreciated i really appreciate i'm gon na guys thanks in what well there you go lawn that citing just east of ottawa which is just east of where i'm sitting down the four oh one so i wasn't surprised they quite actually i'm i'm other than as well we've had ellen type of griffin citing but yup right can i'm starting even those that have not receive andor somewhat documented run anywhere i'm like oh well i angle from i think that they're ends up to bury down over to building and that quarter so the one carry i really his a take did the throw this out there but oh i you are you at least willing to consider that we're talking about like answer be only get it can we use the w word here is out a possibility i you know i probably friend thing because where the you'd very well could be it you know there's another situation i looked into i mean and there simply will that believe it's like after the but at this point right now we just can't worry proved that you can rule it out but you can rolled out i was really hoping new we're just gonna shut the down you know i was just is it is absolutely no possibility could you not at least give me that lot.