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Whats the Easiest Way to Scale an Offer to Cold Traffic?
"Called Dream House Dream Hose powers the web with fast websites and superior customer service brought to you by team of web experts or super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School, on I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil. Patel and today we're GonNa talk about what's the easiest way to scale an offer to cold traffic? It's all. START I. Russia goes because you've been doing cold traffic really heavily right now with your agency as agency accelerator. Yeah. It's yeah. We'll just call it that. So cool. Once you break down. That, you found to scare offer to cold traffic I think by the way, this offer is more so of a Info, product or coaching program type of thing. So just keep in mind that's what I'm talking about. When I say offer in the scenario, what I've learned is that look there's a lot of people that share numbers we've had SAM. Evans speaking our mastermind does over thirty six, million dollars a year or so there's a lot of great people out there but the problem. With that is these people have established program. So I think the first thing you need to think about when you are trying to scale cold offer is you start baby steps first, right? There's a camp in affiliate were that's as much. Advertising can get as much learnings. I think you're starting out you don't want to lose your shirt what you're trying to do I is you WanNa make sure that your offer make sense okay. So I'M GONNA give a couple of things here so Your offer makes sense. Don't think about putting together the entire program initially think about what the bare minimum you can do. Maybe what you can do is you can push people from facebook or Youtube or whatever what I recommend is focusing on one channel I o let's just say facebook and and push them to a squeeze page or landing page right? You can use a software like unbalanced and you make page drive them they're collect the email. Address have a good bride there. So for example, I might say, Hey, you know for us, we're teaching you how to build a client acquisition system. Right? There's a couple of secrets we have for you. Okay. Just enter your email once they enter their email address then they'll get a video to get a value video for me an inside the valley video right after it says, you can book a phone call that's all you need to do. Right Now what you're trying to do here, this is a higher offer keep in mind this we're talking a couple thousand dollars plus and we're trying to get them to a phone call, right keep it very simple. Keep the funnel don't make it complex right and so what you WanNa do from that point is you just take a couple of phone calls you ask people hey, what are the problems that you're facing right now? What are you looking? For and that will help you continue to refine your off people in the very beginning they think they need to have everything set where you're looking to do. You're looking to continue to innovate and learn on your offer, and then once you know what people's objections are as you're talking to them on the phone, you can refine your messaging on the advertising side right so everything cut a place to each other. So what you WanNa do then is. Once. You know the objections your copy is going to speak to people. So I like thinking about one guy in our our mastermind his name is Kong and here is a company called jump cut and he does really good with advertising. So he says look if you're doing video ads of any type or if you're ready any, add it all you have to hook them in the very beginning so. Look people reading the time. There's if you're running offer especially for a coaching program, you're competing with really good people right you wanNA, Hook people. I. Look at what other people are doing look at what other types of ads hook you and save a bunch of those ads and you're just keeping trying to drive home here. Right now, announcing a lot of different things is you are trying to learn as much as you can. Then you're trying to iterating because a lot of people they'll just copy like for example, you will look at Sam copy funnel, but they don't know that he spent thousands and thousands of dollars, hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars iterating on his funnel iterating on his. Offer iterating on copy and continually creating new copy new front and offers to his landing page continue rate that way right. So what I'm saying is constantly a work in progress and if you WANNA, make it work, drive them to a simple funnel I, get him on phone calls ask questions to them. This applies for SAS as while you want to. Ask you know be to be asked a lot of questions that will guide higher advertising should look and then guess what it's easy because you're reading people's mind at that point. So know I gave a lot of stuff neil, the clarifying questions on that no I'm going to give you guys a simplest way to skill offer to cold traffic. Don't warm up. The cold traffic verse my methodology is you go educational based content. You send cold traffic to the educational base
Weekend Trippers Boost Hotel Occupancy
"Hotel occupancy remains a small portion of what it was one year ago and the city of Austin's expecting to lose about thirty six million dollars in hotel tax revenue for the year some forecasts predict a slight uptick in June when hotel occupancy is projected to climb up to only ten
WWII veteran receives 125,000 cards after raising millions
"We have new information tonight about British World War two veteran captain Tom Moore we've reported that he raised money for British health care workers by walking one hundred laps in his yard donations now top thirty six million dollars well captain more turns one hundred on Thursday and look at this he's received more than a hundred and twenty five thousand birthday cards plus a salute from here at CBS news so Happy Birthday captain
los Angeles: California Lottery Owes Public Education $36 Million
"This morning officials at the California state lottery are accused of short changing California schools thirty six million dollars a new audit confirms that lottery revenue increased significantly bought their funding for education did not Republican senator ling ling Chang requested the audit I actually leave it is even more because there is a problem with the procurement process so every every dollar wasted is a dollar that's not going to education the California state auditor's office says the lottery must pay the money to the schools that they kept for
The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge
"I'm delighted to welcome. Nathan Ruggie the President and CEO of the Bank of Southern California where he's worked since two thousand six last year Nathan was recognized as a most admired. Ceo by the San Diego Business Journal and under his leadership. The Bank was honored as one of the city's best places to work. Welcome Nathan and thanks for being here today. Tell us a little bit about the Bank of Southern California and your work culture. They're a little background on. The bank was started under a different name out in a rural portion of San Diego in really tiny little organization. I always like to tell people that that bank got in trouble with the regulators before it was sexy to get in trouble with the regulators before the recession. And we've really spent a lot of time taking that little rural banking transforming it into what we aspire to be which is a regional. Bank focused on small and medium-sized businesses in southern California. You've got a lot of competition. What what distinguishes you from similar banks in the area. That's a great point. In fact southern California fifth sixth largest economy in the world there are literally an infinite amount of financial institutions and or competition out. There we do. I think that by being extremely focused on that small to medium size business client a client. Who really needs a relationship with the bank and is is an important aspect in a we focus on really experienced bankers in the market that we serve. And maybe our little knitter way. We hope to differentiate ourselves as we'd like to move fast incompetently so we spent a lot of time on that. That's that's who we are because there are there are like I said an infinite amount of choices for clients. Well I I love those. Two distinguishing characteristics relational agile that as a small businessman myself. That would be wonderful. Because I don't have that in my regionally so I haven't found yet I know you're very aspirational. And where you WANNA go. Every time I come out and we measure engagement you have more employees. Because you've acquired it seems like additional banks in all of this growth. You're involved with Nathan. Why pause if you will and have this focus on employee engagement and measure it. Let's go back to that comment about growth. You know the tiny little bank that I started with was about thirty. Six million dollars in total assets that means loans and the offsetting deposits. We have if you look backwards. We've doubled the size of the bank about every three years now. Obviously going from thirty six million to seventy two million dollars is a lot easier feet than going from five hundred million to a billion but the concept is still the same witches repeating that process of providing an amazing experience for your clients and doing it with what we believe. Important component isn't a highly engaged employees group. Now when you're growing like that you do have this interesting dynamic. Which is you're looking organically to grow and we do that very well but then we do an acquisition about one everyone to two years and so that means bringing on an entire group of people who didn't necessarily sign up to work for you. Yeah and so. Come in with highly engaged workforce to start out and also be able to explain to those new employees that are coming on board who we are what we aspire to be as very important and so the engagement component of this for those employees is really one of the biggest concerns and. I also think the one of the reasons why we're so successful a lot of people that leaders that feel that they're focused on employee. Engagement are actually very focused on employee satisfaction. And we see. The two is completely different. Employee satisfaction being an attitude employee. Engagement being a behavior. But how do you see as a leader? Is this just about making employees happy or is this something else might perception? And maybe this is a little selfish is going back to those clients that I want to serve. In the hyper competitive environment is the only way to provide an amazing customer. Experience is to do it with empowered and engaged employees. And so to your point. This isn't so much about satisfaction. I mean I hope that everyone is is satisfied but more importantly I'm really concerned about. Do the understand how they fit into the organization. Y. What they do every day is so important to the overall cause of providing a great customer experience to those small medium sized businesses. And you know it's interesting Nathan because the the research bears that out one study correlated employee engagement at point eight five with customer engagement. That is it's almost a one to one relationship. If if you could increase employee engagement by ten percent than would make sense. The customer engagement would go up by eight and a half percent but the customer experience is what develops that emotional connection with a company. We talk about creating emotional velcro between an employee and employer. But you're also in the business of creating emotional velcro between the bank and the customer. I think the challenge in banking or finance and a lot of businesses might have this his. Most people don't wake up in the morning and decide that they want. It changed their bank. In fact I can think of about a million things I'd rather do rather than change. My Bank is on the business owner. So once you're at that spot one year trying to figure out who do I want to have that relationship on go forward and how do I make sure that I'm working with the right company and I think those engaged employees show that they are the right people to be working with? I also think on the other hand that once you come to bank with us there is very little chance that you're going to leave now once again. I can't one hundred percent guarantee that on a transactional I don't know real estate loans but when it comes to the true relationship of where my deposits are maybe where my line of credit is things where I need to be working with the bank on a daily basis. That's where we think we shine and that's by the way where we think. Those engaged employees are so important so when when we measure engagement like we do with you. Year over year there's always a group of employees that fall into the category of either actively disengaged or somewhat disengaged what is the danger of those employees in your mind. Why is it so important to know how many they are and where they are? I think identification does help to the the recognition of understanding that you do have these people in the organization. And and at least in generalities where they're located. My particular concern is when they are a customer facing. Yeah just understanding that that will translate into a poor customer experience. And that's GonNa Affect our bottom line. I think one of the other challenges particularly early on was understanding that some of those most disengaged employees were also some key positions and had been at the bank for a while and I think that was definitely an eye opener and to your point. That's a challenge. You know these aren't people that you just walk in you know it's not a good fit. Have a nice day. Yes you know systemic to the organization so obviously very happy with where our numbers have gone. But I think It's that original identification or acknowledgment. Hey we all have a problem. We think we've got it figured out. There's a lot of work to be done and I think that's paid off. I understanding that it exists and then getting it out in the open talking to the staff on a very regular basis about how important engagement is to us in how we view it and then letting them see how particularly how the surveys are used to their benefit.
Reset at Boeing
"Hello and welcome to this week's check six podcast. I'm Joanne. SOMO aviation weeks editor editor in chief. And this week we're talking. About all things Boeing joining us from. Washington is aviation week senior business editor. Michael Bruno who's here to talk about Boeings dismal earnings report and its first annual loss since nineteen ninety-seven due to the Max crisis and joining us from Los Angeles is senior. Your Guy Norris. Who's going to talk about Boeing's anime pullback and what its next move might be guy also has some good news to discuss? The first flight of Boeing triple all seven X so Michael. Let's talk with you. That earnings report yesterday was pretty ugly. It was in fact. It was the ugliest in a generation if a few assume a generation is about a twenty year long span People really hadn't seen this much reading from Boeing since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and as you said in the setup this was the first annual loss that Boeing has reported since the time that President Clinton was in office and so people knew it was going to be bad. Nobody quite knew how bad. And we might get into this a little bit. But just some figures to to throw out to to show where Boeing actually came in at the end of twenty nine thousand nine hundred They reported a net loss of six hundred and thirty six million dollars dollars compared to earnings of ten billion dollars last year which were a record in and of themselves for the hundred three year old company company and then on the revenue side Boeing reported about seventy six billion dollars in revenue. which you might think is kind of amazing that all things is considered with the Max ebay companies still raked in seventy six billion dollars and that is kind of amazing but they were supposed to rake can about one hundred and ten billion that was their original forecast for last year? And it's certainly also below the one point something being billion that. They raked in the year before in regards to revenue. So there's no good way to look at it but analysts weren't surprised as I said Said but there were a couple of other things that they were surprised and we can get into that when we talk more about the Max okay and one of the things that also came out. Michael is that the potential attentional cost of the maximum. Boeing is up to eighteen billion dollars more than eighteen billion dollars so one of the big things everybody nobody was watching for yesterday during the teleconference with new CEO. Dave Calhoun was to figure out. Exactly how much more Boeing in was going to have to set aside to pay for the Max in many different ways and what I mean by that. Is We already know that Boeing up. Until until yesterday Boeing had set aside five point six billion dollars last year as part of a kitty of money a little treasury three of money that they had set aside that they said that's what it's going to be worth to compensate airlines and lessors and all of the customers of the Max so that was five point six billion originally. Yesterday they added two point six billion more to that at the same time as everybody might remember the way that at Boeing accounts for the seven three seven is through what's called in accounting block basis. This isn't a year in year out. Money spent money made kind kind of accounting. It's looking at the total development of the seven three seven through a large swath of aircraft. And in this case it's over a roughly three thousand one hundred aircraft accounting block and originally up until yesterday Boeing had said that they were going to add three point six billion dollars dollars in cost to that accounting basis. Well then yesterday morning they added another two point six billion and so already there. You know you've got five point. A two billion being added but wait there's more Boeing introduced a new charge that they said we'll be incurred starting starting this year and it could be worth up to about four billion dollars or at least four billion dollars initially. And that's what it's GONNA cost to pay for the Max halt the production halt. That's going on as well as any support to suppliers and any other costs that are incurred from the fact that production action. I got ramp down to forty two last year. Now has been halted altogether in January. So you put that all together and it comes out to at least eighteen billion dollars and that stuck out to me for one. Big reason which is eighteen billion dollars is probably on the high end of what people had thought might might have been the cost of developing the enemy. The new mid-size aircraft Boeing went ahead and spent that money. But they don't have a new aircraft. They're trying they get the Max back in the air.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's ex-partner Nick Gordon dies at 30
"Nick Gordon's attorney confirms his client's death at the age of thirty but does not give details Gordon was an orphan at age twelve and Whitney Houston raised him along with Bobbi Kristina brown her daughter with Bobby brown used to never adopted Gordan after Houston's death in twenty fifteen Gordon and Bobbi Kristina went public with their romance Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive from an apparent overdose in a bathtub in twenty fifteen and died after being in a coma for six months Gordon was never charged but he was ordered to pay thirty six million dollars to Bobbi Kristina's estate in a wrongful death lawsuit I Margie's our letter
Bobbi Kristina Brown's Ex-Boyfriend Nick Gordon Dies at 30 from Drug Overdose
"Nick Gordon the ex boyfriend of Whitney Houston's late daughter Bobbi Kristina brown has died he was thirty chords brother Jack Walker junior confirms to people magazine the Gordon died today in Florida after a drug overdose reportedly had several heart attacks in the intensive care unit of a hospital where he eventually died Gordon's sudden death comes three years after was found liable in the wrongful death case Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina brown the twenty two year old was found unconscious and unresponsive with drugs in our system in the bath tub of the Georgia townhouse she shared with chord in early twenty fifteen as a result of the case decision Gordon was ordered by a judge to pay thirty six million dollars to her
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"To is is probably still smell and why I gotta tell you there's a new development there's sleet it being reported as some of the observation stations to so ISIS reared its ugly head were at thirty three degrees right now we'll we'll wrap it up we'll see some clearing in thirty seven this afternoon then very cold overnight twenty six watch out for some re freezing sunny in thirty five tomorrow it's drive it cold turns what late Friday but it's warmer mid forties mid fifties on Saturday but that is going to be wet as we carpool to Santa con and then partly sunny and forty eight on Sunday thirty three eight AM observation from New York thirty seven this afternoon make shout out to Brian Cashman who listens to us on occasion he had a very busy day yesterday he works for the New York John I'm in the New York Yankees my name you need to be over there and yesterday he he got the job done he got Gerrit Cole when the Houston Astros only cost them three hundred and twenty four million box nothing not a bad deal huh now it's a nine year contract that said that's because the other guy got a seven year contract so he gets about thirty six million dollars a year a a what is a live picture I had to do it I had to do it I think is the best one and I think he's the best pitcher in baseball right now bush that's just me Yankee fan see how that works out to be wrong yeah I do gone yeah thinking that when I said that.
U2 and Rolling Stones are the Top Touring Bands of the Decade
"Wins entertainment news couple of acts from Jersey had impressive showings on the list of the most successful concert tours of the decade according to Pollstar Bon Jovi concert brought in more than eight hundred thirty six million dollars between twenty ten and twenty nineteen putting him at number six on the list three spots ahead of fellow garden staters Bruce Springsteen I'm telling you string of shows on Broadway the boss brought in nearly seven hundred thirty million dollars at the box office during the decade you true was number one on the list the rolling stones were number two Sharon was third
National Grid to pay $36 million and lift natgas moratorium after NY settlement
"Two weeks after governor Cuomo threatened to revoke national grid's license the utility has agreed to lift its moratorium on new gas hook ups in the city of Long Island and it'll pay thirty six million dollars in fines national grid enacted the moratorium to protest new York's refusal to approve a new gas pipeline governor Cuomo tells WCBS it's the people who give them their franchise and their license and if they mistreat the people of the state the people of the state will take a license back it's
Bloomberg set for largest one-week political advertising campaign ever
"Run for the democratic presidential nomination former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is making a huge political advertising by Mike Bloomberg's first political ad by is expected to beat the previous record for a single campaign ad purchase held by Hillary Clinton who spent over thirty three million dollars on TV ads in the last week of our twenty sixteen campaign according to add service firms seem mag this is Bloomberg spending at least thirty six million dollars in TV ad buys in various states including California New York Florida Texas and Illinois commercials to air beginning Monday and that was ABC's Chuck sievert send well Macy's is inviting the public to take part in thanksgiving day parade preparation events there will be a Broadway star celebrities and performances for parade rehearsals Monday and Tuesday evening and Herald square the annual balloon inflation takes place on Wednesday on Columbus Avenue between seventy six and seventy seven streets in the afternoon and early evening the eminent the animated sequel to Disney's smash hit frozen is opening this weekend Lisa G. reports
'Maleficent' Sequel Disappoints at Box Office
"The masters of evil did a good job at the weekend box office here to help no officers mistress of evil debuted in first at the weekend box office the sequel learning just over thirty six million dollars that's well below what was expected at about half what the twenty fourteen original learned but enough to knock joker into second after two weeks on top brown twenty nine million Bucks you're welcome America zombie land double tap posted a solid twenty six point seven million dollars debut good for third Christopher wants some reporting
Google fined $170 million for violating kids' privacy on YouTube
"You too will pay a hundred seventy million dollars in fines AP correspondent Mike Ross reports it has to do with violating a kids privacy law Google will pay one hundred seventy million dollars to settle allegations it's video site YouTube collected the personal information of children without their parents consent Google was fined one hundred thirty six million dollars by the Federal Trade Commission and the company will pay an additional thirty four million dollars to resolve similar allegations with New York state federal law requires parental consent before companies can collect and share personal information of children under age of thirteen you too has said its service is intended for ages thirteen
YouTube to pay $136M fine after violating kids' privacy law
"Up the Federal Trade Commission slapping YouTube owned by Google one hundred and thirty six million dollars to settle allegations that it collected children's personal data without their parents consent the FTC finding you too violated a law that requires parental consent before companies can collect the miners personal information the video streaming services intended for ages thirteen and older but many younger kids watch cartoons and other videos aimed at children find a drop in the bucket compared to Facebook find five billion dollars by the FTC for privacy
YouTube smacked with record $170M fine over children's privacy law (The Daily Charge, 9/4/2019)
"Google will be paying a record record. One hundred seventy million dollar fine to the federal trade commission to settle allegations that youtube illegally collected personal information from children without parents consent this this is the largest fine for a children's online privacy protection act ever and the law came into effect in one thousand nine hundred eight. It'll be one hundred and thirty six million dollars to the f._t._c. The and thirty four million dollars to new york the allegations were that youtube violated capo by using tracking identifiers people who watch channels specifically for children children without getting parents consent a major part of youtube yeah. That's like a whole economy and yeah you're right. It is a major part because youtube earned and millions of dollars using those tracking cookies and delivering targeted ads based on people who watch those videos most likely children with this settlement. This basically clean means a lot of trouble for people that make content specifically for children on youtube youtube have to develop a system where children targeted channels have to identify themselves so so they won't be able to comment on it they won't be able to send notifications or anything like that and the ads aren't gonna be things that can be tracked on your behavior just generic ads yeah and basically basically a one hundred and seventy million dollars might sound like a lot but i mean the votes came down to three two with dissenters saying that the find was not strong enough they make that in eleven hours worse any money to to google and youtube i mean it's just a senator ed markey who had written the capo bill back in nineteen ninety eight had released lisa statement after the fine came out and noted the f._t._c. stands for forgetting teens and children arguing that spicy this amounts to nothing more than a slap on the wrist for youtube and google because you know that they knew i it's one thing it's like oh. Gosh what a mistake you know they they. They knew knew it was going on in the background and this law has been around since ninety eight. You said right so yeah. It's not like it's a secret if anything this is more so going to impact these channels on youtube people that are making content for children's specifically because there were also making a lot of money off of this anyone who has a kid knows that youtube and nursery rhymes is like like just just a whole economy out there. It was like playing those wheels on the bus. Video is over and over again. The good news is if you have one of those channels they these changes won't be coming for another four four months so you still have a good amount of time to look for alternatives to youtube. I'd i mean good luck well. I think it's okay. It's like a yay moment like maybe it will finally do something but this would. It took okay next up you might be sharing videos from ring police because you trust your local officers but those videos can be used completely unrelated issues a scene at investigation found that ring had been promoting to police officers could share obtained footage with other agencies and the company doesn't take responsibility for what happens once officers get those clips and video requests from police sent through ring. The company does not tell people that detail so you. I don't know when you're clips. Police is being used for other purposes. Which is something that privacy advocates worry about. You should be able to know like okay. I give them the right eight but then you realize you're just waving everything away. Yeah we asked to police departments. You know have you been sharing this with federal agencies other police departments and they've said no but there are more than four hundred police departments partnered with ring. I mean we're most likely to get down and ask all of them but that's not stopping them. For future case yes yeah yeah yeah because these police that we reached out to only really partnered with them like in the last six months or so so if they can share of other agencies. There's a concern that you know a clip used to stop. The local bar. Burglary could also be used by ice on an unrelated person in the videos background for example yeah. I know that there's a lot of arguments like well. You know i have nothing to hide and <hes> you know this. Isn't that good that it can you know. Stop someone who's terrible in the neighborhood but what concerns concerns me after reading your great report <hes> golf club golf club <hes> is is that there's no wording for the consumer to say say that this is happening. We need more transparency. You know if you want to participate. You just needs to be it. All has to be spelled out my footage. If i send to a certain group can it can't go anywhere. There's no time that will be deleted that kind of thing. We ought to think about the far reaching the step five and six not just the here now now. The argument is that you know ring. Keep saying that people give this footage to officers with their complete consent but how much of it is really consent. When you don't know like everything thing that you're giving up and finally here's an idea for online privacy from the people that develop the environment of constant tracking. We live in today. The interactive of advertising bureau proposed a digital token identifier for every user online that people can use to tell advertisers preferences including opting out so right now now the internet is structured so you're tracked by ads and cookies wherever you go like this is most likely on this website as well the token the token idea is is a single identifier instead of multiple trackers across a single website and the says you have the ability to tell advertisers to screw off in the settings privacy standards have obviously become an issue like in recent months as youtube learn this morning from its settlement and the industry's kind of seeing the backlash and looking for for solutions now. This is still a proposal by. I mean it's interesting. No one's really suggest said you know hey don't track me at all. I mean wouldn't that be nice. <hes> yeah exactly i. I like the concept. I think it's clean <hes> but <hes> i know it's like you can't just turn it off overall but maybe the maybe this is the middle ground that it's hard not to feel like there's some kind of strings attached with this considering that you know just a few years ago. We thought oh hey isn't this great. Everything is free and i'm not paying for any of this this and now we find out what we being tracked all over it kind of just seems like history repeating itself with some like years down the line. We'll find out something about this identifier that we didn't know before level of tracking became that can creep you out. When did you start getting how deep they go like. That's like i don't mind knowing i like x y and z t._v. shows but we start getting really deep into what i'm shopping raff. That's when i got to pump the brakes for the daily charge. I'm alfred. I'm bridget carey. Thanks for joining us.
YouTube to pay $170M fine after violating kids' privacy law
"The Federal Trade Commission finding Google's video streaming site YouTube one hundred thirty six million dollars for violating a children's privacy law represents the biggest fine yet against Google A. B. C.'s Michelle Franzen has more the Federal Trade Commission slapping YouTube owned by Google one hundred and thirty six million dollars to settle allegations that it collected children's personal data without their parents consent the FTC finding YouTube violated a law that requires parental consent before companies can collect the miners personal information the video streaming services intended for ages thirteen and older but many younger kids watch cartoons and other videos aimed at children the find a drop in the bucket compared to Facebook find five billion dollars by the FTC for privacy
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And YouTube to pay a hundred and thirty six million dollars to the FTC and thirty four million two New York state it also requires the tech giant to develop practices to comply with the law hurricane warnings are now extended northward along the North Carolina coast ahead of hurricane Dorian the national hurricane center says the warning is now in place to the North Carolina Virginia border Dorian's maximum sustained winds are at a hundred and five miles per hour it's moving to the north northwest at nine miles per hour WG one news time is twelve oh five our next news update twelve thirty I'm Diane tomorrow the Rush Limbaugh show is next on news radio eight ten one of three one W. G. Y. the capital region's breaking news traffic and weather station talking up here on ninety seven point one wash FM he what are you doing Saturday September fourteenth from noon to three what made Santana moss formally of your Washington Redskins without Peter Bondra formerly of your Washington Capitals they will be at the grand opening of the new **** store in Tyson's Saturday September fourteenth from noon to three and yes you can take photos you can score autographs gets inside the merchandise all yours while supplies last and while you're there enter to win exciting electron. it's for the home and for on the go like the pope magnify Max S. our sound bar home theater system or the onyx do you five by Harman Kardon it's happening on Saturday September fourteenth at the new **** store inside Tyson's from noon to three Santana moss will be there Peter Bondra from the caps will be there and myself in Chile will be there to the Toby chilly morning show come say hi it's ninety seven point one wash FM we can't wait to see you there at the grand opening of the new **** store fourteen ninety seven corner said Boulevard at Tyson's just off Leesburg pike near the Walmart supercenter and the twenty four fitness get this patients and doctors get stuck with the bills while insurance companies walk away with big profits over thirty five billion dollars last year now Congress is working with big insurance companies to make the problem even worse by allowing bureaucrats in Washington to dictate how much doctors are paid for their services this government.
YouTube to pay $170M fine after violating kids' privacy law
"You too will have to pay one hundred and seventy million dollars to settle claims that violated child privacy laws Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney General claim that YouTube earned millions by illegally collecting personal information from children without their parents consent the settlement requires Google and YouTube to pay a hundred and thirty six million dollars to the FTC and thirty four million two New York state it also requires the tech giant to develop practices
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The SUV the bottle was thrown from possibly a Chevy Tahoe is described as dark or great colored with spoke wheels, and some damage with front end on the driver's side Tuesday will bring a chance for voters in areas covered by the L A school district to weigh in on a controversial. Ballot measure that would raise five hundred million dollars for the financially strapped system over the next twelve years. The proposal called measure e would impose a new partial tax of sixteen cents per square foot of space inside all structures on an owner's property. But critics like LA county business federation, CEO, Tracy Hernandez says it's badly written and the money could easily be misused. It doesn't guarantee any of the money. We'll get to the classroom who give the teachers and educators, what they need to teach our kids better. In fact, the money just goes to the general fund and the board, even made sure that it could go to pension retiree and healthcare benefits, but LA mayor Erica, who backs the measure believes. The money will be used to reduce class sizes and hire more school staff to meet the needs of students. And he tells connects the financial burden for property owners very tolerable split between homeowners pay maybe about twenty percent of that. We have institutions that would pay about thirty percent and then fifty percent from businesses. It's fair. It's by the number of square feet that we have the average home would probably pay about two hundred and eighty dollars a year. Probably would require the approval of two-thirds of Tuesday's voters in order to take effect. You can hear longer interviews about the proposed tax on Motech on money. That's tonight at eight on KNX ten seventy in Orange County supervisor says a county agencies doing very little to help the homeless, and people are dying as a result supervisor Andrew dough is fed up and he's angry angry over two hundred ten homeless deaths in Orange County last year and twenty five four in the first two months of this year. What are we expecting it? We continue to drag, I'll he's pointing fingers directly at Cal Optima the agency, which provides health insurance for the poor in the OC and access to healthcare services. He says the agency talks about providing services for the homeless and has allocated money, but nothing seems to get done when we see a massive failure, like we see now and a reluctance to really step up and do what they should be doing then he says it's time for him to step in. He notes that the. Cal. Optima board has committed sixty million dollars toward new homeless healthcare, initiatives. But there's nothing in the works in Santa, Ana. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. The governor and officials in Sacramento being asked to reform the state's recycling program consumer watchdog president Jamie court tells connects many recycling centers of enclosing lately, which makes it less convenient for people to recycling, get their deposits back and recycling centers, and the grocery stores, refusing to take them, even when they haven't been obligation and the state's not making them, then it becomes tax rather than a deposit court says this could lead to less recycling. Overall recycling centers have been closing because of higher expenses like rent consumer watchdog's asking the state to set aside thirty six million dollars this year or next year to keep the remaining centers open until reform plan. Can't take effect, their research indicates that controlled burns of federal and state forest lands could prevent the type of devastating wildfires that have ravaged California over the last two. Years. Unlike the southeast United States were prescribed burns of in fact of life for more than seventy years, crystal cold and a fire research specialist with the university of Idaho says, California, clings to the notion that out of control burns and air quality issues are reasons not to do controlled burns attitude. She says must change. Either allowing prescribed fire to happen to review. The potential for awhile fire to break out or throwing the dice and gambling that you're not gonna have the wildfire this year is prescribed burns art, increase cold says the state could see more massive wildfires the type that have caused forty billion dollars in property damage in the last two years. Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Problems on the ninety one west in Anaheim hills, your next traffic in three minutes. It's twelve twelve. This.
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And she which hospitals, your, your blood was sent to carry Huda sec KCBS, Santa Clara county assessor has filed a legal challenge arguing that the forty Niners should not be given a six million dollar property tax break on Levi's stadium in Santa Clara, the Niners rent the stadium from the Santa Clara stadium authority, which is overseen by the Santa Clara city council in January, the assessment appeals board granted the team of fifty percent property tax reduction, equaling six million dollars a year. Plus a one time refund of thirty six million dollars county assessor. Larry stone is now arguing that local school and community college districts would lose out as a result of that tax break. And that the forty Niners possess, the lion share of the stadium and its events. The team is aware of the. Appeal, but so far no comment. President Trump is approved major federal disaster assistance for the state of California, the money will help supplement state, and local recovery efforts in areas affected by severe winter storms, including landslides, flooding, and mudslides that occurred last the last week of February brandy, Richard public affairs. Offer officer for FEMA in Oakland says this funding is not for private citizens. She says the money will be used to repair damaged bridges and roads as well as public buildings and infrastructure improvements. Seventy five percent level and the state is paying a twenty five percent of these eligible costs for repair or replacement of public facilities rose. Bridges utilities, building schools, recreational areas, and things like that Richard says, in a way, it is for private citizens, because that's who uses the infrastructure, which will be repaired with the money a heads up for some danville residents. The city of danville is advising folks about brief electrical service disruptions today along San Ramon valley boulevard between green work and ridgeline drives that work is expected. Interrupt service briefly between nine and ten this morning and then again, between three and five this afternoon. KCBS it is time for us to check financial news as we head to the KCBS super micro Intel money desk and say, good morning that Gina Cervetti..
Mike Trout finalizing 12-year, $430 million extension with Angels
"Now as far as trout goes with this deal. This is a no brainer for the angels. Because the angels are about to sign a three billion dollar television contract. They had the money, and I understand the long contracts and baseball usually don't work, but what choice. Do they have Mike trout is that good? You look at his numbers and his career. They are historic and Mike trout, you could honestly argue if you look at his wins above replacement, which is the highest ever in baseball among any active player. You can make a case that might try to kind of underpaid as crazy as that sounds Mike shroud is going to make an average annual value of about thirty six million dollars per year. So not only does he top the largest contract in sports history with the four hundred thirty million, but he also breaks the average annual valued record, which is currently Zach ranked you with the Diamondbacks. He's making thirty four point four million child about thirty six million per year. The contract. We mentioned Bryce Harper last hour trout's deal is more than thirty percent larger than the three hundred thirty million dollar deal that Bryce Harper signed with the Phillies on March second and it best boxers can no Alvarez's deal with zone. That's that new digital streaming service for boxing it beats dissolves deal with Canelo. Alvarez by more than sixty five million dollars. Mike trout is just twenty-seven. He's just entering the private of his career. And we already know. Mike trout is the best player in the game. There's a chance he's going to get even better. And pass it. I'm reading his story now on ESPN dot com. He talks about how trout is already arguably put together the greatest star. Career in the history of baseball. Think about that Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig, Jeremiah GIO, Ted Williams, Willie Mays Mickey Mantle. No player in history has put up more wins above replacement that new stat war that very analytical that people use to compare players do different hours. No player in history has put up more wins above replacement there age twenty six and then trout, sixty four point three. And you know, I've seen a lot of people talk about this contract. Disabled angels. Don't exactly have a great history long-term deals. Remember, they gave pool holes that ten year two hundred forty million dollar deal. Josh Hamilton got five years one hundred twenty five million. Both of those contracts are considered albatross. And rightfully so the difference with trout easy, significantly younger than those guys were when they sign those deals. And the reality is for the angels. The possibility of losing trout is too daunting for them. Right. He's the face of baseball. He's the best player in the game. He's one of the best players ever. How do you not give this guy everything because you need them? And Mike trout, his personality it fits the city of LA it fits Anaheim. You know, he's not on the dodgers. He's not Kershaw. He's not in the media and being covered nonstop like he would have been if he signed with the Phillies that say teamed up with price Harper where he's from. Mike trousers kinda even kill the does this thing and guy's phenomenal. And I think that fits the angels. Really? Well, the other thing is this. The angels are in a position now with that new TV contract where signing trout long-term should not prohibit them from still putting a winning team around. You saw what they did with Shohei Ohtani. They still have players on that team. That are good. Art. Marino has shown the ability to spent three billion dollar TV deal when that kicks in. That is when the angels could start trying to put together a winning team. That is when it all unfold. For my trap because it will be a damn shame. It might trap. Does not get the opportunity. To play in the postseason over the next twelve years. She's been once they got swept in three games that was it. That was by traps postseason, Ron. Two twenty twelve. Has not been back since. So Mike trout as great as he is for him to kinda get the the national spotlight that he deserves. He has to get to the postseason. But baseball's the ultimate team sport. Good as trout is he single handedly. Cannot take you to the playoffs. Aron Texas was winning MVP's. Rangers were finishing in last place. So the angels made the commitment to trout trout signed the deal. And now the commitment needs to be made for the angels to put some pitching around trout for the angels to put a winning team. But as far as this deal this deal to me for trout wasn't oh brainer. He's the best player in the sport. For the next two years. The rumors of him signing in Philly where he's from would have been amped up. And then something that would have been talked about nonstop now. Mike trout us four hundred thirty million dollars. They rip up the final two years of his deal. Give them twelve New Year's
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on KTRH
"To push property tax in school finance reform, achieves declared top priorities this legislative session. He's to place asking the public's help to solve the bizarre double death. Investigators say they found two men dead in the rental home of Ridgewood lane in the Almeida area and are still trying to figure out how they were killed family. Hasn't heard from them since Sunday night proximity. Came to check on them a family member dude, then found him on the floor. Police say there was no forced entry and nothing appears to be stolen either. We don't know if this disaccord work within the home investigators say, they did find four bullet casings, but nothing else and are asking you to call crime stoppers. If you have any information on this case giambra or NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h Texas. Attorney general Ken Paxton announcing a massive Medicaid fraud settlement involving Xerox Xerox screening to pay almost two hundred thirty six million dollars for authorising payer funded dental work on children between two thousand four and two thousand twelve hundred Texas Medicaid program. Paxton says, the dental work did not meet Texas, Medicaid standards, or was simply unnecessary in many cases. President Trump looking head his upcoming meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN president saying his ultimate goal is still denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. Well, I'd just like to see ultimately the Nuclear's Asian of North Korea. I think we will see that ultimately. I have no pressing time schedule, and I think a lot of people would like to see it go very quickly from the other side. I really believe that North Korea can be a tremendous economic power. When this is so president chairman Kimmel hold their second summit over two days next week in Vietnam in Alabama woman who joined ISIS making a desperate plea of come home in a letter released by her attorney Hoda Mathon says she made a big mistake and didn't understand the importance of freedoms provided by the US with Ana fled her home in two thousand fourteen and resurfaced in Syria where she used social media to call for attacks on America. The twenty four year old also saying she's ready to pay the price for her actions. But once safety and security for the eighteen month old son she had with one of two ISIS fighters. She married. Both men were killed in battle with on. His attorney says she could have valuable intelligence to pass onto authorities. Steve rappoport. Fox News news on demand at KTAR H dot com. Our next update at nine thirty now more of the marklevinshow. I'm cory. On Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. You get a raise us up at year. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean the gas on that baby..
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of them asked to be martyrs. But I don't think any of them has to be forgotten five police officers also hurt inside the Henry Pratt company. Forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was arrested. Investigators say he was fired from his job at the warehouse near Chicago. After fifteen years does not expect to fully reopen until next week. WWE news time three thirty three. General Motors today announcing a thirty six million dollar investment in its Lansing. Delta township plant to pave the way for the next generation of the Buick enclave. Chevy. Traverse crossovers that are being built there. So what does this mean for jobs? Let's go live and local to WWE auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert for those answers. Hey, jeff. And for now, it's status quo this plant pumping out onto shifts with lots of overtime GM CEO, Mary Barra only saying they'd add a third shift if and win business warrants now as for workers who are impacted by GM's job cuts Barra says, they have been able to find other opportunities for most. What Bradley we've lost our connection with Jeff Gilbert? We'll try to get back to him southwest. Airlines facing what it is called an operational state of emergency. Unusually high number of Boeing seven thirty sevens have been taken out of service for maintenance CBS, news transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave. Reports the declaration comes after a CBS news investigation. Earlier this month in new allegations of pressure on mechanics of the airline. Not to report some issues the airline is locked intense contract negotiations with mechanics that have stretched on for years mechanics union is expressing concern over southwest state of emergency memo and its threat of termination, the memo gives the airline the ability to assign longer work, hours and change staffing. Assignments the union worries it will increase the level of coercion. And further degrade safety as technicians will be forced to work mandatory overtime irrespective of fatigue. In a statement. Southwest says, it's working to minimize the impact to come. Customers of the out of service planes. The FAA says it's closely monitoring the situation. Van cleave says such a declaration is not unprecedented. But it is rare new this afternoon in a sex trafficking case in California this week. Some of the key evidence involves the use of w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Sandra McNeill is live with the story. Sandra? Burke, the suspect in the case sent an Instagram message. That said teamwork makes the dream work accompanied by emojis of a money bag high heels and a crown in the sex trafficking community, the chronology is associated with a pimp. So the idea is that if someone is using the card emoji their extended an offer to be a pep that Santa Clara university law professor, Eric Goldman who says emojis, I appeared in the courtroom in two thousand four and are being used more frequently in court every year he has some concerns though, among them, the sender and recipient could each have different needs to the emoji and each of them could be reasonable. And they could both not know that the other Sossamon different how to reasonable different interpretation reporting live..
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on /Film Daily
"I know the Disney has seen with cocoa that there's huge money in that Latina, you know, leading market, and I think they're hoping to advantage of it not I think it's all business, but it is. Show business, and you know, we were talking about Byron Howard. And he is one of the directors as Topi, and they just announced that they are making a wind for topa and Shanghai Disney. Disneyland it when I first saw Zootopia, I was like, you know, sitting there in the theater, and they're giving, you know, she arrives. And that like monorail train thing. I was like, oh, this is totally going to be a land in one of the Disney parks. I predicted. It was going to be animal kingdom in the states. But now we're learning it's going to be in Shanghai HD. Would we know? Well, chirpy is as Topi after all and it's getting its first utopia themed land at Shanghai Disneyland. Like, you said at the theme resort and prudan Shanghai. As part of the second major expansion for the resort since it opened in two thousand sixteen and the reason that it's in Shanghai. Disneyland is probably because Toby with a mega hit in China. It went on to. Earn about two hundred thirty six million dollars at the country's box office, which was an all comers record for an animation film in Chinese theaters and has developed quite a pop of their following in China as well. So it's not a surprise that it's coming to Shanghai Disneyland. I although it would seem like the first option would be animal kingdom. But this also is not the first time that Disney has tested out attractions or open attractions in international Disney parks before moving it over to DisneyWorld or Disneyland for sure, and I think a lot of people are surprised because Zootopia isn't a franchise that thought was big enough to. I mean, this isn't just a ride it's its own land. And to me that signals that were probably going to get as Topi sequel at some point either sequel or TV series or something like, I don't think Disney would be investing a whole land. If it was just that movie, and you know, we're moving on. But. Let's move onto net flicks. They recently announced that they're increasing pricing. Chris what kind of fact, do they expect us to have on subscribers? So survey was done. And you know, it's we're putting up at this is just a survey of about a six hundred and seven random subscribers. So it's obviously, not every Netflix fusion. But based on this survey, they learned that at least twenty seven percent of the people surveyed said they're considering canceling because of this price increase and others said they would be happy to just pay less for Netflix with ads on it. So it it seems like some people are not very happy about this. How much is this price increase? Let's see it goes. So it bumped up considerably says they're playing now is nine dollars originally seven. So it's not it's not a small increase at the same time, Hulu as decreased their prices. I don't know like a two extra dollars and a quarter of the subscribers supposedly are thinking about quitting the service. I wanna like I mean, I don't consider myself a rich person, but pink two dollars more a month for what Netflix offers.
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Okay. Just a little bit more time in the first hour for you. But I do want to read a couple of comments. I member comment. I mostly want to read this because of the name I just want to say it sartorial NAR. Wall says tell me Trump will have to make an adjustment. When Muller comes knocking that perhaps? We'll see let's see onto IT live banks teric said I can't imagine making thirty six million dollars in one year and not thinking. Yeah, I don't actually need all this money. But then he did thing. They all do think they need the money. Which is why you're not supposed to say it this way, they go insane. I had it is a kind of a diction. So look, obviously, it's one thing to be in the financial situation that you're currently in and think that you're going to act a certain way, if you become wealthy, but I have I have fantasies about what I would do if I made that kind of money right because like nothing feels better. Better than helping someone in need like knowing that you have the ability to really change someone's life. So being able to create a scholarship fund, so many awesome things you can do. And then you have the wealthy in this country. Who are like no can't meet my precious rewatch. Not only did she watch the movie, but it's gotten in there. Yeah. Yeah. I I don't want to spook this Addy. I hope this continues like the idea of being able to change someone's life for the better. Like, you have the power to do that. And you want to do the exact opposite. As I said on Twitter, if I had the money, I would open up a board game cafe it'd be done everything about politics. Of course, he went. That's also true and tie Johnston sensitive super chat, saying what are the odds that the shutdown hurts the stock market and brings us closer to a recession or crash. The odds seemed good the thing that we have working in the stock market's favor is that in many ways has absolutely nothing to do with the actual economy. So it might be insulated from it. But there are a lot of businesses that will not be able to get government back to loans during this time that could hurt the stock market is pathetically. Yeah. There's a lot of concern about how this will impact the economy. It hasn't yet. So some investors are finicky right now. But they haven't really started selling their shares. There was a lot more concern about trade negotiations, and it appears that trade negotiations which high no. Anna. Will yield some better results. I don't know what the results are yet. Neither do investors. So the stocks the stock market's been doing pretty well over over this past week. Yeah. I want to say one more thing. I know that we've got to move on. But I happened to see a guy that the coastguard had sent out to its officers who, you know, as with many, others are not receiving pay things you can do during the shutdown. They were told to do garage sales so sell their belongings. And then there was other things like that. But I would argue are pretty insulting that these people full grown adults with full grown careers would have to do. But there was also stuff about the long term effects of it. And the thing is I am sure. Trump, and Sean Hannity and all those others, and they're once thought about this. They think. The poor the peasants still hurt for a little bit. But they'll eventually get their pay no harm done. That's not how it works. When you don't make millions of dollars. These People's Credit is likely to be shredded by this experience when they when they can't pay certain bills when they get kicked out of their apartment when their car gets repossessed. That is not something that economically simply wiped clean when Chuck and John junior or Donald Trump, shake hands. Their credit is going to be ruined for a long time..
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Well it turns out it's both a prequel and a sequel to the first mama Mia that movie came out ten years ago. It's doing very well at the, box office ending up with more than, thirty four million bucks this weekend however it's turned out to be number two not number one at the box office that goes to Denzel Washington's new action sequel the equalizer to that. Is doing much better than expected with almost. Thirty, six million, dollars, coming, in third hotel. Transylvania three summer vacation followed by ant man and the wasp and the incredible to a transgender activists who wanted to discrimination. Lawsuit over the use of a bathroom is going. To be TV's first transgender superhero renewed to stand up and. Be heard Chris Nicole means we'll start in the CW? Supergirl, as NIA now also. Known, as dreamer producers made the announcement at Comecon this weekend and San Diego they. Described, her character as a soulful young transgender. Woman with a fierce drive to protect others the actress gained national attention back in two thousand fourteen in. Her, home state of Maine when she battled, against her school district over her right to use the girl's bathroom a court ruling said school officials violated state anti-discrimination laws when they required her to use a staff restroom it was. The first time a state high, court concluded that a transgender person should, use the bathroom of the gender in which they identify Heather Jordan gain ten seventy NewsRadio do you think that your digital devices are giving your teenager ADD well you might be right Text messages gaming. Videos liking and sharing all at the touch of a teens. Fingertips and that constant stimulation could be making it harder for them to focus according to a. New study led by professor Adam Levin thought we were concerned that this type of stimulation might lead to constant states of having your attention divided which could interfere with your. Ability to maintain focus the study, found that kids who use digital platforms frequently are twice as likely to. Develop ADHD than the general, population he says this is a wakeup call for parents many of whom can't seem to put down their devices either model, their, behavior after their. Parents and their friends something to think about next time you've just? Got, to check your phone Brian Payne KNX ten seventy NewsRadio well if you love milk and cheese but worry. Is not good for you there is a new study out saying the opposite contrary to popular belief the findings not. Only support, but significantly strengthened the growing belief that. Dairy fat does not increase risk of heart disease and, older adults in fact one fatty acid present in dairy. Was actually found to potentially lower. The risk of death from cardiovascular disease Study, was conducted in nearly three thousand participants. Age sixty five years and older and they were followed up for over, twenty years that's Marcia auto lead author of the study is Houston school of public health the findings come as milk sales in the. United States, are dropping while milk alternatives such as sawing almond have grown in popularity Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio It's eleven twenty five here on. Canucks, we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives check your freeways. Tiny compos we will start in Calabasas just. Got a call on the metro traffic tip. Line letting us know it's a heavy..
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on WEEI
"Lebron james has become the pied piper of los angeles is the lakers continue to stockpile free agent talent meanwhile the city of cleveland laments his loss rage on rondo reported to have signed a one year contract with the later lakers while another confirm ation says l a is given senator vail mcgee a one year deal in cleveland the massive lebron james banner hanging downtown at being removed following the superstars announcement he's leaving the cavaliers for a second time meanwhile reports indicate derrick favors in the utah jazz have worked at a two year contract worth up to thirty six million dollars the sixers and guard jj rettig have agreed on a one year deal in major league baseball rick portillo doesn't get many chances to go to the plate but the red sox pitcher made one of 'em count in the opener of the series in washington hello three run double off max scherzer in the second inning of boston's four three victory over the national mookie betts hit a solo shot to give the sox four to lead in the seven in other major league action the marlins pulled out a three two win over the race on yada yell rivera's rbi single in the bottom of the tenth miami was one out from a regulation victory until cj krahn doubled home the tying run jt real muto hit a solo homer way in chen allowed unearned run and three hits over six innings before settling for a notice the tigers have a two game win streak since an eleven game losing streak nico good room tripled scored the winning run in the tenth of detroit three two win over toronto world cup brazil and belgium advanced to the world cup quarterfinals and they'll square off friday in russia neymar had a goal in assists is the brazilians blank mexico to nil this is nbc sports radio sports radio schwartz is going t every night indepth sports coverage sports radio and this going t with dan schwartzman back ongoing deep dan schwartzman nbc sports radio nbc sports radio dot com.
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Trade for paul george as that he'd have to opt into his deal right ops in with with oklahoma city and trade for him then you send either lonzo or coup well dang firstround pick dang is going to have to go out and deal and so because otherwise they don't have enough they don't have enough guys who make enough money to make that work and so the lakers would have to dang plus a lot of sweetener and then you'd be in theoretically you could make that you get him entirely off the books who dang yeah but you're also six lonzo and maybe something else but i mean san presi you know two first rounders lonzo or or kuzina plus dang i think san preston does that deal he's looking for first round picks we are not looking cruiser situation that mind dude no way hey chris you all you you want chris paul who's gonna at thirty six years old can be making thirty five thirty six million dollars chewing up thirty five or whatever percent of your cap knowing that at least the last two years before your deal for chris paul are probably going to end in injury there's dead money and he's going to get hurt at the end of the jackley but here's the thing okay if lebron says and we know he is incredibly tight with chris paul it's like his best friend if lebron says i'm coming but i want chris paul with me then what your answer well we're gonna signed julie's random paul george sorry dude of christmas all chris if that situation at christmas argest brought up yeah means that i have to damage the team a little bit in order to get a trade for paul george when in actuality that thing that you want is pg in lebron to go get a point guard at.
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty four cents he's gotta pay back thirty six million dollars ego is writing checks your body can't cash that's how was how was a teenage kid is sixteen years old i mean how could he do it over his lifetime right but if the team cannot pay the millions in full which let's presume he can't the court has said that he could establish a payment schedule with the hood river juvenile department so a payment schedule so right so the kids going to write a check per month of what fifty thousand dollars for the rest of his life i mean this is it's horrific that the wildfire occurred forty eight thousand acres there is some debate among pundits as to whether this was an appropriate sentence or not i mean after all i mean you're basically destroying the kid's life i mean there's no way he's ever going to be able to come up with thirty six million dollars to repay this on the other hand he destroyed forty eight thousand acres cost a lot of folks their homes and their property put at risk hundreds of firefighters caused the community to incur massive amounts of money in fighting the fire which is where the judge came up with this figure of thirty six point six million dollars and it just as australia the fact that there are often consequences to our actions and we're certain the child has regret but there you have it thirty six million bucks so let me give you some examples of some pretty exciting things that have happened recently with technology and advancement their google has made a jacket wreck in partnership with levi's with a simple tap or brush off the cuff you can screen phone calls control music get directions and even get alerts from uber that your car has arrived on your clothing today google is doing some other nifty stuff to this in the area of natural language technology there google assistant is now in beta mode they used google assistant it called a hair salon and booked an appointment the receptionist at the hair salon didn't know she was talking to a great hey alexa order me my pizza i mean what a time saver listen to this about self driving vehicle and the technology there rick and underwater autonomous vehicle located a spanish galleon that sunk three hundred years ago off the.
"thirty six million dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"So you're talking five movies as of last weekend number one was rampage that's with the rock i still calm narok doing johnson mix made thirty six million dollars in one week he doesn't get john mina but the movie itself at that was it was okay i mean there's a lot of action there's an alligator in it there's an eighth in it and there's a wolf in it so that's the animals that are in it but based on sore like the king kong story or not really know i've just seen trailers onto this thing comes from outer space no device thing fell from a space station that they were doing experiments up there it coming sorry he comes in contact with three these three animals and it causes them to become huge gorilla an alligator and what we're sitting in a bar a joke but the wolf can fly too so it's gets a little weird but i mean action misers kind of cool and i could tell the rock was trying to do everything he could with this movie but the writing was just a little poor i thought but it was number one this past weekend number two and i love this movie i've seen it twice already and it's made one hundred million dollars in two weeks and good for them yes you're in even at the screening you're screened films where we didn't critic critics critics are going on my voice but the critics are not allowed to talk around us you know why we're watching the movie but so it's usually quiet but then i went to like a regular movie this is the first time i've gone to like a regular movie i don't know how many years and you're right like nobody was talking.
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"And i love actually on this one go monday will be here we'll get back together be great so what's going on what's going on not a bad day high of fifty unlike key west on a miserable day i of nifty and uh what about our our fell it's unbelievable uh garoppolo the forty nine or jimmy garoppolo go to sign two hundred thirty six million dollars but he did have six good games one hundred and thirty six million dollars as of mid season he was still the backup to tom brady he was in charge of the clipboard and those traded to san francisco and he did i mean he he played really well and then time for the time to catch the jack one hundred thirty six million dollars to the highest paid quarterback in the history of the franchise and steve young who didn't make that much money but played for years so that's tremendously good news of i had one hundred thirty six million i would have given it to him too not me so axel i'm sorry one thirty seven point five over five years ninety million a guaranteed in the first three seasons she could buy nice car see he set the market last week steve smith helps set the market last week in his trade to washington from kansas city gave smith a contract extension of uh four years ninety four million seventy one million of a guaranteed once the trade became official of garoppolo steve smith said good for him good for him smith refrain from discussing the washington deal and fear of ticking off the nfl before the trades official at did offer contacts and leagues ever friendly market rate for quarterbacks that it's been like that for a long time it will continue to be like that as the year goes by obviously this is going to progress the cap keeps getting bigger it's just the nature of this and you're going to see a continue yep yep yep yep and still have groups that are looking for their next contract extension among them aaron rodgers matt ryan drew brees and he's guys of them getting older occur cousins sam bradford and case kinam are all in luck for south they could dwarf that number who knows a hundred and thirty seven million i still contend people were more upset about the amount of money athletes made back when it was.
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"Thirty six million dollar jet you hear that caco yes he's laughing at you you don't even know what and when he was talking about partners i was like where is this a business or something this here of business partners in which case okay they made a lot of money by a private jet that's their business on my business right no no no by partners they mean the sharks in the pews who gave me their hardearned money thing they're going to heaven when i just took their money and i turn it into a thirty six million ajit for my own ass what what are you don't want to joe what is a big aeroplane what do you need a big aeroplane four i see you and your wife what are you doing are you loading up why not with does the people going to feed the hungry in the port no we just by liceu go around the country and comfort okay in case you need to clarity on that by the way he brags in its debt free yes that free because other people paid for your the people who mistrusted you and and believe that you had their best should of mine where the suckers who paid were that's why it's free so in case you're confused about it here's where he got the idea jesse duplantis whose another one of these scam artist preachers henman and copeland sitting around what appears to be a kitchen table but is not a tv set meant to make it seem like all they're just they're so homely now having a conversation about hey how we're gonna pay for things like we owe you get into baloney sandwich how we're gonna pay for that nobody in their case the tournament jets lewis the rather i was flying.
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"The fact that he used the form financing drug and they'll give you the whole thing well nothing was proving open your eyes we know he did it but it's interesting how the narrative is burma andy pettitte when he had become come cleveland new york yankees and he apologized profusely what the plenty of people say after that is in a great than andy pettitte said something boy oh boy he's not like all the other guys he came clean he owned up to his mistakes i have more respect for andy pettitte if barry bonds had done the same thing you know the narrative would have been he doesn't mean it that blanket e blank he just trying to convey my emotions on his side are not buying it kobe bryant was never worry about being a warm and fuzzy and lovable gals complete okay with it because the greatness and the bruins with basketball to me superseded that but they're going to be plenty of people and you could be one of them that will never change amount of a kobe bryant outside of not being warming fuzzy but also that sexual assault case that happened in colorado in point of courts of public opinions all around the country and all around the world people are never going to forgive him for that especially after that when the lakers gave them a one year thirty six million dollar contract a man that's how they that's how to rewarded him so i don't know how much about changing minds with kobe bright a group google the press conference he had denied that was a lot of fun to see that but i was okay seeing that now out of that he needed to be drug tests if he does something like that when you play in the nba but that doesn't mean that his greatness should be swept under i think a lot of people do that because he talked about it he looked like michael jordan what the be like him if he wanted the had that one fuzziness about him kobe was niche that if a care less about that and i wonder how much of that holds back people's opinion of him or changing their mind about his greatness as stress on the basketball court were in los angeles he is as revered of a figure that that.
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"Been limited with the two hips that required surgery in the offseason shagari of course is out as well so reclose us here as we take a look at uh tonight's keys to the gave wickets preseason opener so i you know i guess one of the keys will be just to get this thing done to try to get guys out a bit healthy obviously you want to stay healthy the broncos have already had some injuries here in a trade he came up with booker ensuring ray uh he wanted to come out of this game health the and that would be the the number one key stretch for the denver broncos quarterback progression you wanna see a paxton lynch get some confidence and hopefully they will run some plays that will help him gain that confidence may make the game a little bit easier for him here in his first preseason game this season trevor simeon starting to kinda pull away now you want to see be commanding on the feel you wanna see him three the man out there and win that starting job all a salon chemistry i'll be looking for that here too tonight gave there's three new starters in the offensive line garrett goals the rookie left tackle ron leery at right guard who came over from the dallas cowboys thirty six million dollar deal and then of course metalic watson at right tackle he got himself a big deal to he's only started eighteen games in four seasons with oakland so he wants to establish himself as the roy tackle for the denver broncos death no question about that watson a good flare when he's been able to stay healthy this richest document that that is really not then the case the last four years is watson uh in the national football league so should be an interesting game is one that a lot of guys are going to play and we're thrilled to have a chance to bring it to you from chicago the broncos and the bears opening this two thousand seventeen preseason schedule when we come back we'll take a look at the affairs starting lineup that will be next and this is the koa broncos radio network with denver being one of the fastest growing business centers.