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Documentarian Cristina Costantini
"Your, First Film Science Fair at Sundance Wins Big award. The audience loves it. What did you learn from that first foray into directing? It's a lot more fun than investigative journalism I would say No, but I think I learned kind of the power of a hopeful story. I think hope and love. Are you know in short supply right now? And these kinds of stories can really change the way people think of the world and think of themselves, and so Walter came out of that in a way. I was looking for another story. That was also from my childhood. You know I started thinking what other worlds do I know really well. Not Everybody knows what other worlds made me feel warm and fuzzy as a kid and I think Walter Metadata was part of that. World for me, I grew up watching him every day as a kid with my grandmother and you know, he reminds me of my grandmother in many ways. He's the same age as my grandma there they have the same Hairdo, and so I started to wonder whatever happened to him, and you know in many ways he was he is. He was one hundred years ahead of his time. The first person I've ever seen that was gender queer. What we'd call now. It's just inspirational looking back. It's like. Could you were doing that at that time? You know nineteen forty in Puerto, Rico. You were being Walter McCullough. It's it's. Really. Inspirational so that's when I set out to find him. You set out to find out. What does that mean? So I started asking around univision and fusion and. Nano actually told me not Avila told me that there's a producer new. Who's also obsessed with Walter? Who you should talk to about this? Maybe he knows something so I called Alex, and he's like this is the weirdest thing I have. Another director who I'm supposed to talk to in ten minutes about doing a documentary about Alternate Telo, and I was like who is this person and his name is creamy taps, and he directed a film called. Dolphin, lover, which was a big fan of it's about a man who falls in love with Dolphin in the Florida like seaworld. And I had loved that film and I was like Oh amazing. I can't I mean I would love to talk to him. And we decided basically a ten minutes later on a phone call that we would all do the project together and yeah. It's been incredible experience Kareem track down. The niece of Walter through an estate sale, and then set up a phone call with Walter and it was. Yeah it was after the suit was. It was really insane to talk to. Walter Mark on the phone for the first time, and he said yes. Well that unprecedented access is notable because he is an has always been intensely private. So, how did you three persuade him to allow you to make the film? We rehearsed for that first conversation for hours and hours. What are the possible questions you could ask us? How would we answer it? You know what is what? What's the best angle on all of his questions? And we got on the phone, and he said Okay I. Have One question for you and we were like Mrs it. It's GonNa be really hard, and he's like. What are your astrological signs and so he went around. And like I'm a libra careens libra and Alex's deteriorates, and he said okay. That's great sounds good. I would love to do this film with you, so he was. He was in like in in from day one. He was psyched, but his idea of a documentary realized very quickly was very different from our idea he wanted. He was in front of a lens for fifty years. He was the most cameras trained person you can imagine. It's truly insane, and he has fifty years of rehearsed answers. He knows what he's going to say. To every question, you could ask him, and so it was really a process of spending a lot of time with him. At first, he thought this was going to. Just you know he was going. Going to be in full makeup and just telling the stories he always tells and I think it took a lot of time to explain to him that this might be different that this is you know we wanna see who you actually are without your makeup. What you do in your normal life and talking about bad stuff, particularly offensive to him. He did not want to talk about anything bad. You and that is the story of his life. You know he a lot goes wrong. He loses everything and even to get him to talk about. That was very difficult, so that was a big stumbling block for us in the first. Twenty interviews that we did with them so We've probably chat with him for like thirty five or forty days, and whenever we the cameras on kind of turned into an interview I remember. We told him once that we just wanted to. What he? What would he be doing if we weren't here? And he said reading a book, so he opened a book, and he started reading it, but he it was like onstage. He's A. He's a strained theater. Actor says like stage reading, or he was like having a conversation with a bunch was reading with his is.
Joe Biden calls for more covid testing at meat processing plants
"The story Biden is calling for more testing of workers at meat packing plants amid the cove in nineteen pandemic in part in a virtual town hall hosted by the league of Latin American citizens and Univision I didn't says the U. S. government considers meat Packers essential but treats them as disposable it is very easy access and rapid result testing which are essential to Germain who is and who is not able to work this is as there have been thousands of coronavirus infections traceable back to meat processing plants and at least thirty
'We owe you,' Joe Biden tells meat processing, essential workers during a Latino town hall
"U. S. meatpackers deemed essential are treated as just doubled back from former vice president Joe Biden today noting thousands of coronavirus infections traceable to meat processing plants and at least thirty deaths the presumptive democratic presidential nominee calling for easy access to rapid result corona virus testing and hazard pay for America's meat processing worker they deserve a government is looking out for their interests are pushing out false choice between protecting workers health and safety and protect our food supply we can do both we have to do both Biden was speaking at a virtual town hall hosted by the league of Latin American citizens in Univision also attended by members of
"univision" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I have one question from Univision yeah this is from Erika Maldonado she wants to know why isn't Illinois putting tougher measures in place like perhaps no one on the streets after seven PM or perhaps why not only one person per family one day a week depending on the last name of that family for example these are all measures that potentially could be put in place there's no doubt there are other things that we can do as well met you know in South Korea just to give you one example there are everybody that walks into a grocery store before they walk in their their temperatures taken and when you came into this building your temperature was taken here at the state of Illinois building that's something that I think is a very interesting idea something that I've looked at and considered and you know as we move along here you've seen we've tightened and tightened you know wherever we thought we could so these ideas that that are being brought up by Erika Maldonado are perfectly good ideas we could do those things I think what we're seeing is people are for the most part of the vast majority of people are abiding by our stay at home they are doing the right things but we will continue to look at what is possible what is likely and how we would enforce those things you're listening to the governor's daily press conference here on seven twenty WGN would be every few years possibly well there's no doubt that the you know a single virus pandemic even if we overcome it when we overcome it doesn't mean that there could be another one so that is absolutely true in the federal government and state governments no doubt this was a massive red a red alert to everyone that this could happen and it could happen with a much more severe virus potentially so we've got a rethink I think everything about healthcare so that we can be prepared for for the pet potential a pandemic in the future are there any criteria or data points that could leave the governor to impose tighter restrictions than those that are currently in place and what might those look like or is this literally all the state could do right now well as indicated by an earlier question there certainly are more things that could be done met you know as you know we were first and I think very strongly so to put in place many of the measures that we have today if you were either first or among the first I should say the second to put a stay at home in place now it's now I.
Biden leads Sanders with 61% in Florida
"There looking at the numbers up there in Florida Biden just crush Sanders sixty one point nine percent to twenty two point eight percent in Illinois fifty nine point one percent this is Bob by the way both Florida and Illinois with ninety eight percent of the vote in in Illinois Biden with fifty nine point one Sanders with thirty six point one and in Arizona with seventy percent of the vote in in Arizona Byton forty three and Sanders with thirteen so right you've got those three states the only interesting thing was was the one poll that day came out yesterday let me get to it because I know it was a it was and an overall poll and I forgot which one it was there was one that came out for Florida between in a race between trump and Biden and trump did better I'll find that one the the Univision poll that we mentioned yesterday trump forty eight in in Florida by nine of forty five yeah and over Sanders by by seven points I'm trying to find the one that I saw it must've been the Reuters poll which shows Biden plus nine and that is for comes down from twenty one from the last Reuters poll but then there's another morning consult poll that shows by not twenty one I don't really believe that there's been that much movement I think Democrats have probably come to their decision the article that I was reading Esther is trying to make the point that Biden was so weak in the debate were Democrats are now moving in the other the other way I just don't see it because Sanders was back to his old thing when asked about Cuba you know and then started talking about the good things of China will talking about the good things of China this week probably isn't the right way to go no not for the corona virus probably best so again I just I don't see I see that as an out liar pulled the one that said it buying just by nine I do believe that that Democrats have the majority of Democrats have made their decision and I don't even have to look at five thirty eight makes over thirty eight now to know that you know this thing is over yeah yeah I mean there is no road to nineteen ninety one on the delegate count for for burning unless by dropped out which is not going to do you think about this too the fact that you know course they're both older there has to be very limited contact because of the situation we're in they're not gonna hold rallies trump's not gonna be holding any rallies you know probably anytime soon but this actually works for Biden being isolated yeah yeah I I think it does help you know if if he's going to a rally your you got big basically you're on death watch Woodbine so now it's one on one interviews that's it and adds until further notice that's going to go on probably the next couple of months you might say at least till June right because he's a high risk category he's not going he's you know they're not you're not gonna have any gatherings I don't know what she doing fundraisers because razor where you know the whole thing of you know twenty five hundred dollars a plate yeah whatever it is you can't be don't you can't do that you can't beat you can't be doing that and then tell other people not you're not trying win so right yeah you're not going to have those those dinners of hundreds and hundreds of people for for fundraising so it so it will be really it's going to be fascinating to see what happens politically how do you run a political campaign when you cannot in for the first time in modern history running a political campaign and I do think that especially after last night that it would be the biting people would be looking and saying okay we need to direct our rallies and fundraising not against you know nothing is against Sanders anymore this is done we need to go after trump right and I think the trump campaign would be thinking the same right now but really when you think about it you can't really start running you can't start running aggressive political ads right now you just can't do it nobody wants to hear
March Democratic debate held without an audience
"The two top Democrat candidates going head to head in another debate this was hosted by CNN and Univision Joe Biden leads senator Bernie Sanders and total delegate so far with primary scheduled for Tuesday in Arizona Florida Illinois and Ohio now the states represent a total of five hundred seventy seven delegates the candidates went at each other more or less on several issues but they also preach the need for unity among Democrats he is the most dangerous president among Nestor this country what I said on day one but obviously I hope to win the nomination but if I don't win the nomination all right and I think every other democratic candidate is prepared to come together to do everything humanly possible to defeat Donald Trump well because of the CD nineteen Sunday's debate was held without a live studio audience it was in Washington and said of being I forgot we're was supposed to be in Phoenix Phoenix regionally and they moved it to
Time to self-isolate? Joe Biden coughs into his hand as he answers coronavirus question
"There was a democratic debate last night but it was done in a way that is pretty unusual it was just the two candidates standing a looks like over six feet apart from one another inside of a studio right here in Washington DC they were on C. N. N. they were interviewed by a round table three moderators one from Univision two from CNN and the two candidates Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden just kind of got into you know Jeff Bernie just kept on insisting you need the mom be more socialist and Biden said okay I'm trying to really I summarize a summary of the debate and I went for two hours in this way just back and forth and unlike prior debates where coronavirus wasn't brought up but once remember in the last day it took eighty three minutes for corona virus to finally be raised in this one they spend I would say the first half hour or so on the subject and here's Joe Biden instantly coughing while answering the first question about coronavirus let's see here let's get to get things working here in the studio pump area what do you say to the American people who are confronting this new reality first of all my heart goes out to those who have already lost one of those who are suffering from the virus and and this is bigger than any one of us this is calls for a national rally into everybody moved together and you know I laid out in detail what I would do if war I present today you go to Joe Biden dot com I dot com I laid out it's significant detail shore after three pieces the cops against his he was just kind of clearing his throat that's not like a really good flu cough you know I mean are you ready you thought there was a score enough points on this low cost I think you could have done better yeah I was I felt bad for him because the whole night he was doing this he was he was a clearing his throat the whole night and you can't help but worry about a guy that's as old as he is he thinking okay has he been tested as like seriously has he got a check because I'm listening to him cough begin tire night and I'm thinking this is not the look I mean I'm not I can't be the only one in the country thinking I'm kind of worried about Joe Biden right now well I do think there's a lot of people worried about General Biden for a whole host of reasons the least of which would would be the flu
Univision's Ilia Caldern is Grounded by the People She Covers
"This week final. Two Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in the eleventh primary debate and face questions from one of America's preeminent Latina Journalists Jones. Ilia Darren we spoke with Ilia about the leap of faith. She took to begin her career in the states. What she left behind what it means to make history. Your career has been one of many firsts and you make it all look as you make everything you do look easy but being the first is never easy. It's never easy but the way I see it. I Lisa is as hard to go through so many things that you have to go through to be here is a woman as an Hispanic in the United States as a black woman but at the same time it gives me the drive to think about others to think about the new generations so for me this is big but is going to be bigger if I leave this doors open for someone else for a minority. That has to be here when I leave or before I leave this position knowing that one day that he's going to be the norm knowing that one day that is not going to make be lines when happens talk to me about two thousand one and making that leap from Columbia to the US market. Because I have to imagine that was the biggest leap you've made in your career. I was in Colombia working for Sammy. One of the main news gust and Primetime I came to the United States on location and I wanted to Miami and they go to live in south beach swung by Telemundo. I wanted to see how journalists that I used to see Works I went there through a friend that a friend that works there. They give me a tour and when I sat down with Maggie Man the word I want to mention her name because she was the one that changed everything she told me. What are you doing? This like news anchoring Columbia but why did he knew casting Columbia Gusting Warp? Eight months ago. We went to Olympia. We had cussing. We brought the main anchors in the country. And you're not there so like no one told me about a casting Just like you do a guest email. Say like four is and then she called the vice president of news and Telemundo and he told me lsu casting what I've learned right place right time but I don't know that I've ever heard a story like that said he came. We did the cussing the very same day. I was sitting with the president of Telemundo and he was offering me a dose. Is there any part of me? That's like we gotta pump the brakes. This is all happening but you know what like been at the right place at the right time but at the same time making the seasons and not being afraid of making big decisions I had a relationship in Columbia for two years like my boyfriend. And we're in a serious relationship not engaged INNOC- relationship and when these opportunities open for me as I mean by I ever buy everything I had my mom and my sisters by my side he understood. Of course he was not gonna ask me to stay. I was not going to ask him to come with me because he had. He's career there so in those terms everybody was good. You know sometimes when you see those big opportunities come to you you have to say yes. You have to to leave all the fears behind. Nc This is mine is just hopping recent. And I have to take it. What is the most difficult story? You have ever covered so many but I think for what it meant to me us. A woman as a Hispanic Black Hispanic and as a mother when I interview Chris Marker that game When we're talking about what was going on with the KKK. There were no covering the phrases anymore. No no wearing the the garments and and the hoods they were free to insult and free to attack. That's the way that we're feeling empowered by the highest position of the government. How sad I wanted to cover this only reason. I you sure so yes I WANNA look at hate face to face and ask him. Why does he hate us? What how done to deserve this
Biden, Sanders battle for the Latinx vote
"Let's get to our first topic. Which is going to be a two thousand twenty election update who would have thought that the election the United States would be like a secondary story but it kind of is even though it's also a huge story weekly because you know two weeks ago we couldn't be saying this. I certainly didn't imagine this right that Joe Biden would now be in the lead basically in terms of delegates that he won Michigan Idaho Mississippi and Missouri all went for Joe Biden right now sanders. One North Dakota and Washington is still too close to call. I mean this is truly Julio like an extraordinary unfolding of events I still say yes. It was the coalescing. Is it so much the love for Biden or was it simply at the choice has got reduced none? The less Democratic Party has got some challenges yet and if people are following the delegate count and again you know Biden as of this recording. He has eight hundred eighty one delegates Sanders has seven hundred twenty five. We're seeing the same pattern as we saw. Super Tuesday Biden is doing really well with older voters. Sanders is sweeping the youth. Vote Biden again doing really well in the south with black voters. Sanders getting the Latino. Vote and the main thing about all this money is that older. Democratic voters are just showing up and coming out more. It's very simple. Older voters are coming out younger. Voters are not and one of the things you know. It was a weird night to cover politics because it was the early news of the corona virus. Starting to happen. The big Tuesday election coverage became secondary very quickly. It was almost very subdued. What happened on Tuesday but what was interesting as I went on instagram. GotTa notification that Alexandria. Oh Cossio Cortez was going live on instagram. And I watched her basically address. What happened in these primaries? One of the things that we're seeing that there's a very strong generational divide and this is something that I've encountered something that I have noticed across many different issues. There's a generational divide in the Democratic Party on healthcare on climate change on foreign policy on pretty much every policy imaginable and as a younger person in this movement. I take a lot of that as information for how we navigate the next decade. So there's like the electoral perspective and there's the movement perspective and I think this is something that's really important that we talk about. Because electoral politics can be movement based but movements aren't necessarily electoral in nature. Either and the interplay in the relationship between these two things is something to pay attention to something. That's important so media you just heard. Afc She was in the thick Back in the day. What do you think about what you'll see? Said I think is coming out a winner in all of this because of her authenticity which is what people are dying to see in their politicians. And so I just think that she. She's keeping her feet on the ground. I think we understand. We've talked about it. That her power in the endorsement of Sanders was huge. A am very concerned about the the lack of turnout among young people. I I'm trying to understand. Is it just because they do want to do it? But then they like they actually never remembered to register or the day of the election. Just you know weren't in the right state or in the right time like what? What is that about? Because let dino's Latina's were turning out but it's like the younger vote just didn't carry it and I'm still fascinated by what you call the motivation of older voters to come out for Joe Biden. You know one of the things that is clear to me with all this because looking at Michigan which Sanders won over Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen a lot of those same voters chose Biden bright working class white non educated or even white suburban voters like college educated and Bernie's platform really hasn't changed since two thousand and sixteen so I think in twenty twenty. The big difference is that he wasn't up against the woman and so I feel like part of that. Michigan vote was Anti Hillary Clinton interesting. Yeah in two thousand sixteen over Pro Bernie and you know this whole notion of misogyny in electoral politics. I think once we get out of what we're in now. I feel like that has to be something that we need to continue to explore right. And you're convinced that all the male run American mainstream media is GONNA do thoughtful work. No but that's why I roll with you. We're GONNA do it here because I wanNA roll with you in some bad ass women and doing it in the thick down the road about all this because I feel like it is a big takeaway of this electoral seasonable. Listen what's going to happen next because I feel like this is where I think we can start looking at the pandemic and electoral politics but talking a little bit about that you know a lot of Biden supporters were urging Sanderson. Drop after you underperform on Tuesday and I think a lot of this has also with you know the pandemic th people are. Kinda like electoral politics. I got other things to worry about. There's a case to be said and on Friday Louisiana date of Louisiana became the first day to announce that it's postponing its primary until the summer that primary was scheduled to be on April fourth but at the same time sanders. Supporters are still reminding people that you know Biden is not even close to getting the delegates. He needs to get the nomination. They're still twenty nine more states that have yet to vote including Puerto Rico as a territory so there you go so on Wednesday Sanders Address. The press and he said that he would stay in the race. I cannot tell you how many people our campaign has spoken to. Who have said quote. I like what your campaign stands for. I agree with what your campaign stands for. But I'm GonNa vote for Joe Biden because I think Joe is the best candidate to defeat. Donald trump end of quote. We have heard that statement all over this country. Needless to say I strongly disagree without assertion but that is what millions of Democrats and independents today believe Donald Trump must be defeated. And I will do everything in my power to make that happen on Sunday night. In the first one on one debate of this campaign the American people will have the opportunity to see which candidate is best positioned to accomplish that goal so a couple of things. Sunday debate is going to be audience free. It was going to be in Phoenix Arizona and then it got moved to DC because of the corona virus crisis also known as Covy nineteen audience. Three no spin room. Cnn univision are hosting the debate. Here's the thing money. Yeah this is the part for me where I'm kind of like our people just going to lose interest in this race because of the crisis. There's so much that shifting beneath our feet right now yeah. I think that actually could spur people because you know the clear evidence of administration lying in the middle of public health crisis pandemic. I don't know though because I worry about people who are so far into the Donald trump sphere that they. I have heard in this past week. People who I know saying things like it's just a hoax. Wow Yes A. I'm sorry I don't know. Yeah so so. I don't
Should Social Media Platforms Be Regulated
"Where do you think it ends up as it moves forward? I mean. Obviously there's a lot of people look at regulating some of these companies. You consider Given these platforms are so important whether it's twitter or read it or facebook facebook's the biggest among them Where's the responsibility? Do you think there's responsibility on these tech companies to to act because just the other day Mark Zuckerberg said we're somewhere between a telecom company and publisher and it reminded me of that old skit. I'm I'm showing my age here. Is it a dessert topping? Our FLOOR WAX. You know if you remember from. Snl What are they? I mean because it's on the table saying they're saying that they are not a network. They're saying they're not they don't have the journalistic. Operation Right publisher. But can I switch the question? Send it to you. So what would you do? You think they need to be regulated with. Yes and in which way how? Well I think if you look at the top. Ten companies or the the top companies right now are tech companies in terms of market valuation. Maybe not in the market today but but because we had a sell off but most of the economic growth has happened through tech in the last ten years essentially and a lot of the wealth creation. Everything the top ten rich people are all tech people it's an industry unlike Wall Street or cars or pharmaceuticals even if it's problematic regulation. They have regulation. There's not one law on the books about Internet companies at all not one and in fact the one law that does exist is very aberrations toward them which allows them to be immune from Any legal action would it be government? Regulation you went. You went out on a big sensor now now. So how would that work well? It's it's an honest westbound on univision's responsible for the things that is on on your air. If you or your careless things you create cause havoc you. Are you pay for it? And I think it's the responsibility. It's being legally liable for creating things either sloppily or with Malan tent or things responsible for what I do and you are responsible. There's someone else who's posting on your network your platform right. Where's the responsibility? The New York Times is extra responsible for those two in their abrogated around the comments but at the same time on some level they have to create tools where it can't it can't be used for disinformation they have to be more. It's going to be incredibly complex to figure it out because they can sort of get out of it and at the same time have created the tools and such a sloppy way that you know you can look at any of the areas of the world in Myanmar. They didn't have enough speakers. They didn't do this. They didn't do that. They do things. I'll give you a good example. Facebook live for example. And I've told this story before but when they created it they bring in borders to look at it before and they were all excited and they get all their like literally. It's like twelve year old boys all they're going look what I made. It's so cool and I was in the room and I said okay. This is a live immediate live posting by anybody in the world can do this and I said what do you do if someone murders someone on this. What do you do if someone can suicide? What do you do about bullies? What about child pornography live child pornography? What about if a mass murder puts it Gopro on the top of his head and starts broadcasting and the person who was showing it to me said. You're such a bummer. Cara was like yeah I am. That's me you know. I had some experience with the human race and I've noticed they when they get tools they tend to like use them in a malevolent way. Sometimes and it was the and I was like. Where are the safeguards that you put into place before? And they were like well like they hadn't that part of it they hadn't thought of now that's changed. Obviously when they create things now because of the experiences but not because they had any. They weren't sued for it. They didn't pay any price for the mistakes they made. And so I'm trying to figure out how you create a price for when you make shoddy products. That's an interesting proposition. But as as a journalist we cannot just wait see well. Let's see if they regularly them or not. Our responsibility is completely different. I thank our responsibility would be to find facts. Two from those warnings power. And that's what we need to do right absolutely but I think one of the things is has repercussions well beyond that. There's a really great series in the New York Times recently about child pornography on these sites and the buried little is being done to mitigate the problem the you can do that with addictiveness with teens. They know very well inside these companies. How addictive these products are a tin to cigarettes akin to other things still not doing anything about it yet facilitating so you have to sort of start to think. They're not benign and so if they're not benign. They're not making things that affect people there has to be some kind of regulation smart regulation that doesn't hinder innovation and when they when they worried about hindering innovation they tend to go to the China argument. Well China if we don't do something China will beat us. If we don't do this and we'll have you know they'll be running the Internet and the next era but let me just put it this way. What would happen in authoritarian governments? What would happen in China? What would happen you Saudi Arabia? What would happen in Cuba well? They're already doing charity using these tools. Exactly the way you WanNa do that. No no no no no of course not but what I'm talking about is they tend to say that there can't be without freedom for them and in fact when you have one or two or three companies in this case it would be facebook. Google facebook and Google essentially sort of buying up all the companies shutting down innovation. You don't get the kind of innovation needed to create new paradigms. We stay on the political conversation. How about a window for for a fact that a precedent or a candidate is lying right and that he's buying simplicity. Should we stop them? We don't facebook doesn't they? Made the decision not to I mean. How do you feel about that? You're get let's get back to politics. What is the political landscape? Look now Bloomberg spending. Every every time he has he's got a lot of dimes but spending enormous amounts of money on social media on facebook. The trump campaign quite good at it. Brad parcel is genius at using social media. Would you do if you were running? Facebook or twitter. Decided to cut them off. Say WE'RE NOT GONNA have lies? We can't even figure it agree with you that that in certain situations chop pornography you mentioned for instance. There has to be done. There has to be something done but my problem is with political. Discourse ARE WE GOING TO START CENSORING POLITICAL DISCOURSE? Even if. We don't want to about white nationalist. Should we stop that? Should companies stop that kind of information? They do sometimes they do other. They my issues that it's done in a haphazard way by people who are not necessarily I would like elected officials and citizens to start talking about this as a larger thing rather than say in the case of facebook. It's a company that is run by someone who cannot be fired. Ever you know. He's like a dictator of that company. He's unfirable he controls the board. He controls everything. And so you want one person making decisions that affect lots of people and it's something that everyone needs to think about at the very least and and I think these conversations obviously is going to continue but Site cannot do anything about it right my responsibility. I'm just going back to my role. Yeah we have we have to be someone is lying. We have to say it if someone is harming children we have to say it and if a president is lying to say except that when you get in a digital environment it's different than a network if there's a law ally on a network. Everyone sees it in this case they can send a million different lies to a million. Different people mall geared toward that though the information they gleaned now probably one of the great ways to solve. This would be to have a really good privacy bill to have to know about what happens to your data to not be tracked the way or to be not micro targeted and so they can't send a million different lies to someone That's not even being done there. There's no privacy bill in this country. We're the only country There's a lot going on in Europe. There's a lot going on in Australia. We have a bill in California. That's the defacto rule for this country. But there's not a national privacy. Go to protect your most important things that you would do is regulations on content on privacy. No Privacy Privacy's starts to privacy and data starts to take care of the rest of it I think yeah and I don't want them to use my information and I bet you they do all the time. I don't have a phone but right now. If I sign off of everything actually even signed off they ping you hundreds of times and know everything about you without your consent and it's interesting. We were having a conversation before we started and we were saying well. This is not the record while the fact is that. I'm assuming as you are everything that I that I say on. This phone is being track and somebody's listening or reading. They are so that's the way that's the way of the record doesn't exist anymore everything's public. Okay let's talk a little bit about covering this election. How do you look forward to it? And and and and I do want to talk a little bit about immigration and where you think we are on it because that story one of the problems of this New News Environment Marin is it's very twitchy it's very quick and people move on from the next thing and so This week we're talking about this then we're talking about this and Oh yeah impeachment. That seemed like six years ago impeachment. And now we're now we're in the I guess the Bernie Sanders phase of the discussion. But it goes from one thing. The other immigration really has gotten lost. This discussion not necessarily the way I see the big picture the way here in the United States worth having four major changes one has to do with climate change. That's that's another. That's another issue. Another has to do with technological revolution that we just we just discuss another incredibly important has to do with the metoo movement in the fight for equality in this country and then the last one. The last change is what I called. Latino wave in twenty forty four everyone in this country everyone is going to be a minority in that major change. That's that's an incredible demographic revolution that we're seeing right now. Latinos will go from sixty million to more than one hundred million and nobody is going to be able to make it to the White House or any position of power without the Latino vote. That's that's what's happening in this election.
Univision Sells to Group Led by Ex-Viacom Executive for Less Than $10 Billion
"Big deal the media business Univision's agreed to sell a majority stake to private equity firm searchlight capital partners a company founded by former Viacom executive ending a period of uncertainty over the Spanish language broadcasters ownership according the Wall Street journal reported to Univision was in talks with the bidding group led by longtime media executive wait Davis for sale could value it at close to ten billion dollars
Phoenix to host Democratic presidential primary debate on March 15
"The Democratic National Committee announcing plans for the eleventh democratic presidential primary debate correspondent Linda Kenyan tells us more the DNC together with the political action committee C. H. Seybold says the eleventh debate will be held in Phoenix on March fifteenth the debate hosted by CNN and Univision will take place two days before Democrats head to the polls for primaries in Arizona Florida Illinois and Ohio a democratic presidential candidate has not won a general election in Arizona since nineteen ninety
Phoenix to host Democratic presidential primary debate on March 15
"Me that need Democratic National Committee announcing plans for the eleven democratic presidential primary debate the DNC together with the political action committee C. H. C. bold says the eleventh debate will be held in Phoenix on March fifteenth the debate hosted by CNN and Univision will take place two days before Democrats head to the polls for primaries in Arizona Florida Illinois and Ohio a democratic presidential candidate has not won a general election in Arizona since nineteen ninety six are spotted Linda
Naval base shooting suspect was Saudi military member
"Officials say a Saudi Arabian military member opened fire at a Florida naval base today attack that left four people dead including himself the gunman attacked in the Naval Air Station Pensacola classroom killing three people to US officials say he was a second lieutenant in the Saudi airforce who was training at the storied base in Florida's panhandle used for Univision captain Tim Kinsella would not comment on any links to terrorism Florida governor Rhonda Santis says the Saudis will be held responsible the government of Saudi Arabia needs to to make make things better for these victims in all a dozen people were shot including two sheriff's deputies in the second assault on a navy base this week Sager mag Connie at the Pentagon
Naval base shooting suspect was Saudi military member
"The gunman attacked in the Naval Air Station Pensacola classroom killing three people to US officials say he was a second lieutenant in the Saudi airforce who was training at the storied basin Florida's panhandle used for Univision captain Tim Kinsella would not comment on any links to terrorism Florida governor Rhonda Santa says the Saudis will be held responsible the government of Saudi Arabia needs to to make make things better for these victims in all a dozen people were shot including two sheriff's deputies in the second assault on a navy base this week Sager mag Connie at the Pentagon
First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed
"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.
10 Democratic candidates qualify for September debate
"Trump the next democratic debate will now feature fewer candidates the stage is set for the third democratic presidential debate on September twelfth with ten candidates meeting the Democratic National Committee stricter qualifying fools in order to qualify candidates had to get two percent support in at least for qualifying polls and receive donations from at least a hundred and thirty thousand donors the smaller field of candidates means the debate will be a one night affair will also be the first time that leading candidates have shared the same stage ABC news along with Univision will host the debate in
Lineup cut in half: The third Democratic presidential debate
"Life of democratic presidential debate number three is set ten candidates will face off in the third democratic presidential debate set for September twelfth it will be the first time the two leading candidates Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren have gone head to head they will be right there next to each other center stage the podium lined up for the debate determined by the candidates polling averages ABC news along with Univision will host the debate in
10 Candidates Set for Next Democratic Presidential Debate
"Looks like the third democratic presidential debate sol seven candidates will face off in the third democratic presidential debate set for September twelfth it will be the first time the two leading candidates Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren have gone head to head they will be right there next to each other center stage the podium lined up for the debate determined by the candidates polling averages ABC news along with Univision will host the debate in Houston gathered mayor bill de Blasio did not
"univision" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You? He's a Univision. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico. He votes in both federal elections. I think that should be outlawed by the way. I think that should be outlawed. If you're a dual citizen, you don't get the vote in this country. That's my view. I'm sick and tired of the debasement of citizenship. And the debasement of the franchise. And that's what's going on in this country. So the Univision anchor ammos said on Tuesday that a border wall will not prevent illegal immigrants and drugs from entering the United States if from Breitbart. No matter how much you might want to seal the border between Mexico and the United States had simply not possible, you might temporarily stopped lane complicate or hinder the flow of immigrants and drugs from south to north, but nothing will ever stop it entirely. He said. May upset some politicians who spent years making false promises. This is the reality of the situation. Now, the reality of the situation is we have jerks like you. Who have allegiance to another country in our country. With dole citizenship. Anchoring for Univision. Spreading your propaganda. Ramos who has said that the United States has a responsibility to Central American immigrants. Why is that? So that if there's anything immigrants are known for its further innovative thinking is he liked the the president of would-be immigrant? How does he know? It's like any other group of human beings. Some are good. Some are bad summer smarts. Dumber stupid, some are physically appealing summer physically grotesque summer rocket scientists some can't find their wet from a what? When they come to a wall. They simply go around it or over it or they find a ladder to climate or a tunnel underneath or they arrived by plane and overstay their visas walls, by themselves, pretty useless. So he's arguing against having any border. Tell me. Is that the position of the countries in central and South America is that the position of Bolivia and Honduras? And I'll Salvator is that their position. No. Is that the position of of all these other countries in the third world? No that's not their position. They fight to maintain their borders to protect their borders. But.
"univision" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Where? Eldridge Eric Harley and Gary McNamara on Red Eye Radio, that's sorta dated. Really? Outrageous. No, no, no, just in general. I mean, the outrage is the outrages out there. I mean, they they. Not on this show. But there's. Here is out there. So we're not in here fell. Brian depoist guys got to come up with a new one because the outrageous now may not be there to three weeks from now. Who knows? Yeah. It'll be there. If he by the way, he's Eric. I'm Gary eight six six ninety redeye I want to go to this audio cut here from Tucker Carlson last night. Okay. Because this is this is his back and forth with Univision anchor. Hey Ramos on the caravan. And of course is with the caravan, and they get into the they get in. I one thing that we've said all along is. Don't debate the individual things that are happening. Debate with the left what they actually want get them to be specific about what comprehensive immigration reform is to them. And you do that by doing exactly what we have said. Make the accusation that all they care about is open borders. They don't want comprehensive immigration reform. They want open borders, then when they come back to you and say, you're just exaggerating it, then you say fine. Tell me what you would do. Instead of comprehensive immigration reform. Tell me specifically what you want everything from what we do with illegal immigrants that are in the country right now. To when we decide what to do with them. Whether it's your plan to give them amnesty. Whether it'd be citizenship or just legal status in the country without citizenship. Once you decided, you know to Mr. Ramos, whatever if that's what in or anybody in the lab, if that's what you would want that. What would you do at that point when more illegal immigrants wished to come over to the United States? What would you do? We let them all in. Then you're for open borders. They denied that. That's an unfair thing to say we then have to and and this is why we said earlier when the president gets a win move on. Move on move on to where you know. You can get another win. Will you get another wind right now challenge? The Democrats make the accusation in order to start the debate going make the accusation that they will come back at you and say is unfair your for open borders fine. Tell me what your plan would be. What is your plan? And because because there's what you have to do is essentially forced them and the position of promoting what they actually believe if they never do it. They just talk about comprehensive immigration reform and carrying about everybody. Well, what does that mean get when it comes to politics the top three of the Gimmie three of the four pillars of your comprehensive plan. What would that include otherwise you end up with this? And I wanna play this audio cut and gets you nowhere. And this is or hey Ramos with the Tucker Carlson last night. And.
"univision" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"The way he's setting this thing up his mind the next reason he says number six reason is because real estate or stocks are safe for the real estate when the market starts to go down you can get out of stocks easier that's absolutely alive here's the way i want you to see it i want you envision this i want univision that you're standing there owning stocks and the guy's got a gun your head and he says the stock market's going to go down today three hundred five hundred points you're at work can you get out no you're not going to be able to get out in the middle but three or four or five hundred point drop did take to take the gun and shoots a bullet at you and you're dead you can't get out of the way of something that moves that quickly the stock market moves very rapidly now let's take real estate let's say somebody says okay interest rates are starting to go up that means there's going to be some point where the cost of real estate with the interest rates involved is going to not allow the price of real estate to go up anymore if they start tightening up lending requirements or they let the lender requirements get too loose and people start defaulting on loans over a long period of time you can see that there's going to be the loosening of the market where it becomes unsafe is a bubble people paying way too much real estate i want you to think about that as being a train on the tracks and the guy standing there with you going look trains common and it's going to run you down there's no doubt about it it's gonna run you down and you know it's not just in step off the tracks you can come in and you can see that train come in and when we had the real estate drop in two thousand eight two thousand nine the only people lost any money we're the people that.
"univision" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Conglomerate rewarding people that you personally like with controller of those individual pieces you're gonna have a hard time bringing it into one holistic thing that's valuable what about the new side of univision i mean this also brings to mind the other very basic conflict between a prophet motive in news generation and and also you know in fact i mean multiple forms of deregulation which will get to you know obviously deregulation the financial sector which leads to these types of you know leveraged buyouts and so on but also you know a deregulation and allowing of this hyperconcentration in media monopolies and how that distorts the whole medium market univision also had a very respected news division wrenching this sort of typical fashion of these companies was sort of held up as a defense when you criticize these things they've oh wait a second we've got these great reporters and we brought great stories okay we'll you're firing all of them right right i mean that's that's one of the unspoken in really sad hearts about all this i mean when he'd be ceiling not asses one of if not the largest spanish language news provider in the united states are tens of millions of people that rely on it for out of their nightly news or the digital news on what have you the digital side not has already undergone pretty extensive layoffs or the last couple of months or so it is to be seen extent of those layoffs in the coming months but it is being decimated in my own company gizmodo media group is a collection of sites that includes you know splinter but also jess avail gizmodo deadspin etc you know we are coming to the realization that we are in extremely small part of this gigantic media conglomerate that mostly produces entertainment com content so while you know they can go to these corporate presentations and presentations for advertisers and put forward journalists such as.
"univision" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Located right yeah i mean we make the point that piece that the jargon that the financial sector uses more of a feature than it is a bug so you know they have all these weird accounting metrics that use a lot of acronyms that basically prevent lay people like you were meow understanding what the hell is being discussed so the most important one we're talking about big companies that have undergone leveraged by ads like univision is this ratio called debt to eba ratio in eba is this acronym that stands for earnings before interest taxes depreciation amortization which is fancy waves saying amount of money a company makes every year so to say earnings right i mean right or something we're going by sort of the technical accounting metrics you know i'm sure people on wall street will quibble with the different screen earnings quote unquote their different accounting metrics that may be used but sort of all intents and purposes abbas how much money a company makes every year right so univision was purchased in twenty seventy two thousand seven rather is debt to eib ratio the amount of debt it had compared to the amount of money it made every year was about twelve times twelve to one which is an absurd level for anybody who understands base basic economics or anything it just seems like an insurmountable uphill climb and to this day we are still sort of drowning under under that pile of debt univision is a pretty lucrative company as a pretty vast and sprawling tv business that make about three billion dollars in revenue every year but it still doesn't compare to debt that we have how did univision basically build up its business and start making money and what was the you know the last the last thing i'll sort of asking the kind of preambles what what was the story behind this this takeover in two thousand seven.
"univision" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Look back to the majority report i'm michael brooks joining us now is david bertie he is a media reporter for splinter david thanks much being here has gone school well you co wrote of very very in depth piece along with kate conga and laura wagner on basically it's entitled and i guess i will edit it for the public version of the show univision is an effing mess and univision is of course in some sense is a is in fact your your parent company in fact which i so i liked the piece of ready take us back though explain to people what univision is and the its its history as a media conglomerate and how it got where it is today's a business so univision is a large spanish language broadcaster which targets the spanish language market in the united states so the start of our story in really framing the need to understand the current state of univision through is a leveraged buyout but made in two thousand seven we're essentially a group of private equity investors pool together a lot of money will together way more debt in purchase univision they basically brought it under their control so the way leveraged buyouts work is essentially private equity investors they go to banks they say hey we want to make this purchase will you give us loans the bank say yes or no in this case they said yes so these private equity investors essentially saddled univision in two thousand seven with more than ten billion with a b dollars in debt so everything that's happened since then whether that's you know the push for cost.
"univision" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Twitter account of you at the primoz univision deportees award show and you're up there and they're trying to get you to sing and at first he refused and then you go ahead and acquiesce and you go ahead and perform an amazing performance i might add and and i'm thinking how in the world has been able to stage this thing but as it turns out that thing really happened give us the skinny on that that's me on stage yes so we made some latin videos last year with some guys on the team in spring training and then throughout the season with the vonda behaviors junior and appeared on the univision awards or i'm sorry morning show or early in the season around may and just kind of they kept in touch with me over twitter and then when the season was over they reached out to me and said that they wanted me to come to miami and perform a skit on stage at the univision deport this award show and so i was like yeah no i can't do that and then they called me back and call me back and finally when i wrap my head around exactly what it was i decided i had to do it can't pass this up and so they flew me to miami i went to the studio and ran through a performance that we had an idea about doing and next thing you know i'm walking a red carpet and going backstage oscar de la hoya next thing i'm on i'm on stage running a skit in spanish so you don't know where this game allegiance to what a profound statement channeling your inner antonio vega i guess way to go man hey it's been a blast and keep keep the videos common yet bank you appreciate that's tim dillard dim tiller productions and sky sox righthander more to come on sky sox warm up from nashville right after this if you're not watching the stanley playoffs this is what you've missed please sweep only cup playoffs continue on the.
"univision" Discussed on WBOB 600AM
"Empire here radio digital tv cable tv books what's left seriously what's left movies correct what is the point of univision in this country why is it that every univision host and anchor comes on tv somehow in the media promoting the objectives of other countries promoting the objectives of other countries let's just be honest about and it's like it's a obviously a spanish tv network you spanish speaking tv networks so the vast majority of english speaking americans have no idea what's being said on univision mom all right whatever you know there's some big news from pm capital there's been some big news from pm capital they know that when it comes to retirement most of us want to make sure we have the means to travel and see more of this great country i hope you'll listen to this because they only do this very very rare circumstances and there's a very small window of opportunity to act for a limited time pm capital is giving away an exclusive two.
"univision" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You report it as an anchor at univision think i think it's a great question and i reported exactly as it is a think you have opinions and i have opinions and everybody has opinions and i think people are really intelligent they do know where we're coming from and we we don't work in a vacuum there's context and there's history and everybody has different opinions however i believe that our first responsibility as journalists used to report reality i'll cds not as we wish it would be so if the supreme court the sites the ban is acceptable a reported acids if you watch my news thus every night six thirty on univision i give no pinon whatsoever because that's my role acid journalists however i do think that journalists we have another social responsibility just as important in ninety s to question those who are in power and to give voice to the voiceless i believe in journalism us a public service so you we don't ask those questions who's going to do it i think that when it comes to racism discrimination corruption public lies the violation of human rights and dictatorships we asked journalist i think we have to take a step yes you sound very clear on this and so how do you respond to criticism that you are an activist or an immigration advocate and that you have an agenda i think it's a valid legitimate question and my answer is very simple i am just a journalist who's asking question because i think our definition of journalists is not only to go on report that's that's just part of our responsibility our responsibilities to go report and question authority you we don't do that who's gonna do it you know the greatest examples that we have in this country about cases of questioning the authority com form when when a journalist question those who are in power or immoral indicates of mccarthy watergate recently the boston globe questioning the catholic church because of the cases of sexual abuse whenever journalists take a stand in question already i think we have great examples of a fantastic journalism.
"univision" Discussed on WGTK
"Univision anchor he just sort of book it's called the called stranger the challenge of a latino immigrant in the trump era he joins us thank you thank you so much and congratulations on the book and the book partly about what american policies ought to be we're talking about what america's policies ought to be in the show and so like if that i want to ask you about a tweet that you just sit down which i was amazed by it was in spanish but here's what the tweet said i got my voter credential to vote from the united states in the elections in mexico on july first now i have to register and wait for my ballot by mail it's an expensive and complicated process but you have to do it i thought you were an american i am mexican and american that's completely legal and i wish i could give you unleash your explanation on my identity but that's exactly why i was born in mexico i became a us citizen and that's why i have the chance to do that and i feel very proud of being from mexico and very profitably okay there's nothing wrong with being from mexico agree with that completely what's wrong is that when you became a citizen you took this following oh this was a pledge and you said you swore absolutely and entirely to renounce all allegiance to any foreign state you have ever been a citizen of you took that oath but you're voting in a foreign election how does that i'm voting in mexico and i'm wondering killing the around the state and there's absolutely nothing wrong some countries allow that and that's precisely why how about us passport and i have make i'm not i'm not the only one and i think i can participate fully in the us electorally and i can do exactly the same thing with relationship again american legal nothing wrong with that i think a lot of our viewers may not know the you can vote in a foreign election because again and you're the show id show.
"univision" Discussed on No Agenda
"Cross country skiing and it turned out to be in exempt well these that you listen to this guy who i think they hired him from from univision haney used to do soccer games for her but the for the colored as an announcer and a color again the color guy is going berserk as it turns out to be a really good race between a woman named western i gave her name on this side usa colored guy like you're a like you're a racist from the 50s noise color guy oh he's the just color gotcha sorry that was my racist mind sorry yeah you're just thinking race i'm sorry about i'm i'm queued up sharp i'm ready to it as race as yet is the color guy and he's going knees going absolutely i think it's i think disrepair demise as this this olympics because they're megan among by it was a good race it was very exciting at the end they have to say and this was the dot org the american is a woman named diggins yes and she wins but you have to hear it she camps comes is three of knows a swede and a norwegian and this dig as roma's than thirdplace coming into the end in here and on the of jesse diggins with two fifthplace finishes one six close credit you u song can't big steve given that his leading jesse day to the final turn data that roars run across countries.
"univision" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions as occur berg has been laying the groundwork for making that fundamental shift in all of facebook's products it recently told investors he wants facebook to encourage meaningful social interactions and downplayed the importance of how much time people spend their as because the move could come at a high price a bergen tisza paetz facebook's to a billionplus users will spend less time on and be less engaged with the social network including watching videos a lucrative new revenue stream of it he says we do the right thing i believe that will be good for our community and our business over the long term too be that i follow pages and i want some of my time line rose i wouldn't follow them with why tales the algorithm changing so if i go to my to my pedroia going to my facebook page on now you my pedro feed okay that's a friend it's going to see 'lagaan meet the dirty make the changes are going to make the joy i felt no insee or another friend friend uh the first page that showed up is is univision news or over zero motoc's noticias early say knows it isn't over he has no dcs i think is it noticias are not go to see us as noticias less yes yes either way i gotta can understand a word they're saying but i do have it for some reason uh than a friend friendly friend friend yeah i mean i don't hm ah much see many pages at all so in other words i'm gonna get even fewer viewers of my videos there apparently even noah's even a three hundred sixty seven thousand people have subscribed it doesn't matter gotcha bank sucker thanks mark did you see that long i sent you is that not the same story it no because now it they're talking about how much they lost today because of i guess word of of the changes it while they're headline is that funds poll mark zuckerberg change of heart on facebook newsfeed just cost him two point nine billion dollars to facebook shares tumbled three point nine percent friday cutting zuckerberg fortune to seventy four point four billion ours at all it's a shame mark ii words latest facebook post is proving expensive cofounder the world's largest social media business size fortune fall two point nine billion dollars today just today every posted plans to shift users news feeds towards content from family.
"univision" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The end up with it and this fully connected digital world that we live in a pace book that a partnership with us for many years in a wide variety of different content marketing and promotional oriented uh avenues in this past year we did a uh a streaming uh uh package on the univision englishlanguage facebook page uh and uh we had a game of the week uh the univision scottish game was on facebook at english is their unique and we hope to find the ways to continue that going forward uh as you can imagine it is laser focus for uh our media folks and our business ventures folks to ensure that we are not just writing the opportunity with over the top but driving it uh to an audience that uh is very very very connected digitally is it possible in twenty twenty two when you're deal is up and by the way most of the major leagues the nfl nba those were longterm deals that expire about the same time but when those deals are up is air any way that these socalled digital's the new bees won't be part of the bidding looking for exclusive content not just happy to have a game here and there but were talking cutting checks and billions of dollars to be fullfledged exclusive rights holders were get i don't know what the great deals will look why and i can assure you that waigel for two thousand twenty two uh heat and major players by in the digital media content space or a digital content space we'll be engaging in professional sports facebook uh or uh basic made it four uh i believe it was the uh the create being the indian cricket league i i heard it with several hundred million dollars uh twitter as you know he's got a relationship with the national football league so i think it is in a in years uh or in the next year or two where you're going to see somebody i'll get into this space in a big way i'm sure you followed what youtube t he is done with major league baseball i think you'll see a greater role out of a google youtube of both in their skinny bundle package and what they're doing with our current uh broadcasters like he has the end but also uh putting games on their uh their.
"univision" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"When even the nfl has been down i mean there's a sports viewership has been down we key is long as we continue to deliver and i'll were offering a value proposition to the distributor that they can then take to an offer to their customers then absolutely i i wanna be paid fairly for that they don't want to pay more though they never want to putin who whoever wants to pay more that's no hush but that's the that's the going that's like the initial that's like the obvious thing when you go in so then they gonna one other thing that we're going to pay you more i want more online rights i want to build a stream this to my customers on authenticated basis are the yes those parts of the digos used getting more contentious or other things more these are offering that way beyond just the the number beyond just the amount that you're us uh we are i would say that that part of it is not contentious and here's why because we're in business together right i mean the more the more subscribers that uh that all of the cable and satellite customer or satellite companies have uh the more business i have the you know in the more the more customers that can access our networks that's a good thing i i want them to be successful and uh uh we've we've built our distribution business i when i joined the company in two thousand eight uh we didn't really have negotiations or we were just distribute our networks for free to the distributors and so my team in i built that business for for univision it was part of our our current owners that was part of their investment thesis that they wanted to a builder revenue stream around the distribution of our networks and we want to add more networks to the portfolio and the way in which we did that and we were very successful with it but i'm the way we did it is that we went in and we proposed a partnership with all of the distributors we understood that it was going to be a pain point for them to start paying us when they had been basically getting it for free but an exchange for that what we said is that.
"univision" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"You know there's broadcast networks like what you univision is as also cable networks which go directly to a feed what just in terms of when you sell the rights when you sell the feeds basically two whether it's comcast and charter or district tv that kind of thing what's the difference or how does that work what's what's that that job like of just like actually negotiating said what were the ins and outs of that how long do we have as you want well it's it's it's it's for spots of great it's it's been my most of my career i've spent in on the distribution side so of course i like it and i find it to be very interesting and find and also extremely challenging and it's becoming even more challenging uh let me back i for second though ingest just highlight that uh there are two primary revenue streams and media company one is advertising and the other is distribution and the primary difference between those two uh those two areas of the businesses that advertising really has unlimited potential in terms of the number of customers that you could serve right on the advert on the distribution side however there is ban really a limited or finite number of customers that you could distribute your content to their only so many cable companies and cat satellite companies of course now given a all of the you know the technology and the fact that everybody walk show the tv in their pocket there's been a lot more opportunities for uh for us to distribute context networks or hulu exactly exactly but um but because of uh the fact that the the mv pds uh a which again cable satellite telco um there's always just been a limited number of them amid puts a tremendous amount of pressure on the deal making meaning that you need to get you you need to make sure that your content is distributed with those with those provided has to get picked up by usid mbb tease these are we talking about the cable and satellite guys like.
"univision" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write
"Which as was as was a an artificially inflated uh cost so now we're we're owned by univision and we are were operating alongside all of these other great publications all of the gawker staffers were redistributed rehoming at at other sites i and the couple of my colleagues were like finish out the year at just the bell and in january john cook uh launched a judge junko asari the former executive editor of gawker media and one time editor in chief of gawkercom has launched then is leading a new investigative unit called the special projects desk where a group of us work independently of any of the um gizmodo media group sights on our own um features in investigations and that are then published on whichever is the most appropriate uh vertical that's really interesting um i didn't know about the special projects dusk project until we actually started doing research for the show and i think it's it's such an interesting concept like the spotlight unit it is a really is what so you are you're doing investigations into what um you know just like whatever uh there's there's like a lot going on um i think that uh i mean right now as as everyone as as with everyone our attention is kind of inexorably drawn to the trump administration um both in the figure of donald trump himself but then just the kind of lake uh universe of uh goals and demons that are arrayed behind him and that have flooded through the federal government.