18 Burst results for "William Randolph Hearst"

This is the essential guide to manners

The Frankie Boyer Show

04:51 min | 2 years ago

This is the essential guide to manners

"The author of several books including a exposes in excess. And we're so thrilled you're with us today. Your new book is out, and it is called. What would MRs Astor do? And it is such a pleasure. So let's talk about MRs Astor, and who she was. And what's what are we missing today as as as most people listening to this may not know, MRs Astor was. Cranky. They had good to talk to you. And I to heard from my mother who do you think you are MRs. Took a while. And we could say she was the Queen of New York society. And all America, followed her lead. It was about how you conduct yourself. How you behave at the best your manners. Your speaking voice. How you should be with other people how you should be at a ball or on the street or at a restaurant. And let's remember that was a time of many many you pencils at the table. What was the fish for? What was the cheese knife? Mrs Astor new, and if you wanted to be a respectable person in America in the late eighteen hundreds you better know too. And she was the one to set the pace and teach you. Yes. Yes. So boy Mark Twain would have the field field day today Whitney. He would he would indeed an fat Mark Twain and MRs Astor, perhaps we're at the same place in the palm court in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, perhaps along a corridor. That connected the Waldorf Anthea story at two hotels, and that car there was called peacock alley. It was a version of what today we would think of as the red carpet. So in in my book, I needed to have have photographs and some drawings and illustrate there is peacock alley. And there were both there. Fancy ball, dress balls. There was there was not necessarily enough room in one's private mansion ballroom. So one booked a hotel such as the Waldorf Astoria. The guest list was exclusive crowd stood out on the sidewalk to see who came in. What did the ladies wear? What were their gills? And of course, the reporters, the news media social media of the day was the press, you know, this and Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst competing with their New York newspapers and their reporters were outside crippling away the next day, all New York and all America knew who had attended. And what they wore. And how elegant they were what a day that was. Yeah. You know that Waldorf the walled off. I was actually I last year when I was in London. My friend booked the rooms at the Waldorf, and oh my gosh. It was just like going back in time. So elegant the courtyards that everything just. Yes. Different level, totally different level the decor. So in elaborate, so incredibly inside today, maybe some of your audience have visited Newport, Rhode Island, others might that's where the so-called cottages, which are really the mansions off, MRs Astor's era. That's where those those palatial summer homes are and they've been preserved and they are open to the public. So researching my MRs Astor book, what would MRs Astor do? Of course, went to Newport toward those mansions again seen them, you know, years past, but this was very different. This was a work trip. I had to get it. Right. Talk about those mansions talk about MRs Astor in Newport, six weeks in the summertime, and you better be there. If you were in the social elite.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"That's coming up soon. So it's probably already aired. So sorry, go to fuck and can't get near DVR check right now dot com. Maybe I'll put a clip. Yeah. We didn't talk enough about what we talk about the Rothschilds Bill like every. Yeah. Talk about that anti every antisemitic group blames the stuff on the Rothschilds. And the thing is interesting that that only half of them are right. Yeah. What about that? It's just like one of these things where it's like, I think back to Tim saying it's like, okay, you had a really successful family and they're okay. What's what's what's open up? Like let's try to create business in different countries and shit like that. But then the stuff that kind of gets batch it is like, and now we're going to have wars that we're gonna like three countries fighting other countries, wars a business in day. Understood that you know winning and losing. You can make money. Here's a reality, the situation, what's not, what's could or were they. Is a leap going, we realized we can make money this. Let's make money in arms or is it then the leap become, let's start a war so we could sell our on going. There will be wars. All Jews do this. The big that's not the benefit benefit because the Rothschilds they don't help me the real child's family that you know, this guy had four sons and they controlled in by the way Jewish people were forced into, you know, handling money because people looked at it as like an unimportant job. You know what I mean? Like that's one of the reasons that Jewish people traditionally in that role and and they're easily scapegoated and stuff like that. But the roads are fascinating family that did a lot of weird shit when it comes when it came to wars and lying about who won what war and would have been. There was there was a story. I think it was like, I'm not exact on this, but it was like France and England basically had had had a War. I think it was France and England, and and the world shots, I think spread back when you could do this, the information that France had lost. Did you hear about this or that. That's a conspiracy theorist that didn't really up go spread information that I think France had lost or deepening Bill. A horn. About the talk. Denver airport. But I think they spread the spread the information that France or England and lost or won the war, and then the world's been bought up all of the things because I think the because everyone's like investment others, and then it came out that they'd actually wanted, then they owned all this stuff. But I mean, it's stuff like that. It's good business. All I got was this. This William Randolph Hearst with marijuana game. I don't know anything about the so. Right killed off union workers is that is that he had all this money in lumber yards and newspapers, and he would make lumber for his own newspapers to and and then they start looking at hemp as a cheaper way to make paper. And he was like, let me tie in hemp with marijuana right time, have marijuana? All you do is make marijuana's seem like crazy thing. So he funded that marijuana movie was that one called thanking God damn stay. Reever mad and you see these like black men will fuck your white women and like you'll be fine. Piano semantically fast, or you'll eat glass bottles, and then all these people like, well, that seems real. It's moving image. It must be real, and then he was newspaper. We put out reports about terrible was and always congressman got to the point where it's like, yeah, we kinda makes legal right..

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KSRO

"We have posted that for you let's talk to andy hi andy welcome to the program what is that is on your mind andrew well i i called because i had an interesting item it came out of wall okay railroad artifact collector and in this is old in the nineteen fifties i was given a handwritten copy it's not a copy handwritten original telegram signed by william randolph hearst i'll be darn yes now this came out a wall in a railroad depot in southern california that was being dismantled and the gentleman i gave it to me was a bridge and building foreman i'll be other items in there too but this is really quite regional telegram from william randolph hearst we have fifteen seconds just tell us the nature of the telegram well i honestly i really can't 'cause it not where i can get at it okay it's out in a safe but but but but william randolph hearst of of course and simeon fame and the publisher citizen kane that has to be one of the most interesting andy we thank you so much for checking in we have to take a break you sir are in our drawing four on the house smart ball cap of the building headlamp and we wish you all the best in the world i could use it that's andy calling from durango colorado his line is open the number eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four more straight ahead hey.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What is on your mind andrew well i i called because i had an interesting item that came out of wall okay railroad artifact collector and in this is old i in the nineteen fifties i was given a handwritten copy it's not a copy handwritten orig ella graham signed dr william randolph hearst i'll be yes yes now this came out a wall in a railroad depot in southern california that was being dismantled and the gentleman i gave it to me was a bridge and build informants i'll be or other items in there too but this was really quite regional telegram from william randolph hearst we have fifteen seconds just tell us the nature of the telegram well i honestly i i really can't because it not where i can get at it okay it's out in a safe but but but but but william randolph hearst of of course san simeon fame and and the publisher citizen kane that has to be one of the most interesting andy we thank you so much for checking in we have to take a break you sir are drawing four on the house martin ball cap lamp and we wish you all the best in the world good i could use.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Here & Now

"Balanced back to sentencing that's an ambitious tall order it is taller but it's it's you know essential we have a country that seems to be even now on aware the fact that it is the most incarcerated country in the world you know we have a system that makes apartheid look like they weren't locking up enough people compared to our standards i mean it's pretty ridiculous that we have had a five hundred percent increase in incarceration nationally over period of a few decades and yet we find ourselves basically not safer with public schools that are bankrupted and with no treatment for a lot of things that go to the roots of criminal conduct such as addiction or lack of job training so are you trying to dismantle mass incarceration from the inside out yes tell me in the first one hundred days what's been your biggest surprise in your effort to try to do that and your biggest roadblock is it 'eurocracy is it inertial what is it i mean no offense to what it is that you do for living but i have to tell you i think that media has not this media but i think media in general has been engaging in a sort of a comic book tale ever since the of william randolph hearst and yellow journalism it's basically stories about fear with you know and it's stories about once i being all good in the other side being bad instead of actually getting into the signs of the nuance but people want to hear about the signs they wanna hear about the nuance they know that there are problems when they don't have public schools in way that they did have forty years ago let's talk about the power prosecutors i mean and plea deals because the real world isn't like tv shows ninety percent of cases plus end up with a plea bargain explain what you're asking your prosecutors to do these days bring that number down to instill some more balance well we're doing we're doing quite a few things there are a lot of cases that in the nineteen seventies frankly would not have been prosecuted at all and so we are trying to go back in that direction there's a lot of cases that in.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Zero to joseph in texas hi josephine ground zero and i was listening to you and you keep talking about the post truth era go back wouldn't they go back to william randolph person spanishamerican learn there i'm not i'm not defending we'll know if you're talking about how if you're talking about hearst basically used his newspaper and his and his media abilities to to skew the truth and i would say yeah we have a we have a moment in time in history or william randolph hearst was one of the biggest liars who had the power to lie in the ability to lie and the freedom to lie and to this day we're still suffering from his lies i will i do agree with the hollywood but to assert to a great extent that it's been going on for generations hollywood hollywood is more powerful now with young people than you and i can even go back in history and talk about william randolph hearst because we know how media can manipulate but hollywood now as i said before hollywood's a good teacher now because books have lost history has lost so history is down soundbite as kato kaylin said it sound bite and it's line after lying sign sound bite of what they want you to see not what the reality is although one of the advantages of the current generation is with us remember meeting the wrong about this we're in the same age group is the john wayne's the alamo is less history plan accurate them the ones that came out most recently and it's been going on the hollywood using propaganda to sell world war two and the vietnam it's going on for a long time right the advantage of the current generation the millennial have is they have the internet that when we were kids so i sent him you remember weekly reader and that was pretty much here they'll do the three networks the internet give them what what does the internet giving them i mean they can go back and they can actually get manipulated by a commentary on a film and see that's the thing is that once again we go back to the.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"So we're kind of into this weird hybrid of of wag the dog and william randolph hearst you provide the pictures i'll provide the war we're we're we're down the rabbit hole except donald trump is not as nearly as smart and sophisticated and is a william randolph hearst i mean like you say he's he's more mentally unstable than things like that but again back to the coverage you know he got a week out of coverage about the border about the wall about sending the troops and you had to pay very close attention to get the fact that illegal border at engines are at a forty seven year low i mean that should have been the headline in every story that should have been the first sentence discussion well because they basically give letting trump have it both ways as he can he claims credit for the drop in border crossing the same time is trying to gin up this specter of of an invasion from mexico by the way our next guest we were talking about the hungarian elections all bonn this sort of neofascist he did the same thing they had video faked video of holes in the border fence and most limbs pouring in to hungry in if you wanna if you wanna be frightened where america's is heading pay attention what's happened in angering last year's absolutely that's the model right so what's your sense of whether msnbc and cbs and and cnn will stop of enabling him in fact feeding off the kind of opposition that.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Last weekend he was told there was this marauding caravan heading towards the border when in fact it was a human rights march that's been held almost every year for a decade and nobody really was too worried about it so we're kind of into this weird hybrid of of wag the dog and william randolph hearst you provide the pictures i'll provide the war we're we're we're down the rabbit hole except donald trump is not as nearly as smart and sophisticated and is william randolph hearst i mean like you say he's he's more mentally unstable than things like that but again back to the coverage you know he got a week out of coverage about the border about the wall about sending the troops and you had to pay very close attention to get the fact that illegal border apprehensions are at a forty seven year low i mean that should have been the headline in every story that should have been the first sentence well because they basically give letting trump have it both ways he's he's he he claims credit for the drop in border crossing the same time is trying to gin up this specter of of an invasion from mexico by the way our next guest we were talking about the hungarian elections all this sort of neofascist he did the same thing they had video faked video of holes in the border fence and muslims pouring in to hungary in if you wanna be frightened where america's is heading pay attention what's happened in angering last year's absolutely that's the model right so what's your sense of weather msnbc and cbs and and cnn will stop sort of enabling him in fact feeding off the kind of.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Basically the true rittenhouse story in the guys like no no that's been done that's been overdone i want something new and fresh and as they're you know basically being backed into a corner in walks heidi lamar oh she's beautiful the jig they got players gorgeous and so she wants her script rewritten in the the studio head is of course of course of course in lucy phones all over her and she's like yeah you know you just have to stand there and look stupid lucy's like cause for those that don't know head of the mar was genus an absolute genius which we're gonna get into so they all get introduced and we find out that they're going to a party that night at beverly house which is william randolph hearst's beverly hills home so our trio decides sneak into this party and this is after or i should say back up as we're all leaving the office basically somebody bersin in they're like oh archaic number forget what it was arcade know of anyone there you are to anyone mirko nor yeah they go are uhhuh at another way to eighty one is missing and we come to find out our ko to eighty one is the codename for citizen kane which we get a little they write a little history on that i don't know if it's entirely true but basically citizen kane is a don't wanna say parody but that's the best could come up with right now of william randolph hearst and his life specifically citizen kane is supposedly william randolph hearst in basically all the bad things that he's done in his portrayal of him and so the film conveniently goes missing and we find out that hirst would do anything to stop that film from being put out so it's like okay well what is hearst the rittenhouse agent we still don't they still don't know who rittenhouse agent is so we all decide we're going to hearst for the party we break into the the costume department we pick out clothes because that's what they do now they don't have a stock of close the steel close which kinda like and just a fun fact trivia here lucy emerges in a gallon that was very similar if not the same which was worn by catherine.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Fuck the media yeah fuck you media i'm not talking about podcasts right i'm not talking about people that right i'm not talking about real journalists okay that right think pieces or whatever well no i am i guess are the worst i said that wrong look god bless if you write a men's fashion spread for g q or you know you write an article about you know what's that makeup shop in the mall sa four sephora for for glam magazine i know you don't have a girlfriend yes well also you you you see in the multiple holes i've drilled drove into my wall the i'm also sitting betwixt to fullsize gaming system i'm not talking about anybody that does anything publicly i'm talking about these people that are out there trying to tell the public how they should feel or think or nudged them in a certain direction which is most of the media and it's it's fucking disgusting man it's like stop it it's just a story for them it's yellow journalism all over again you're all william randolph hearst you're off fucking alarmist you're all disgusting people and i don't give a fuck if you're sitting there going you know what man i look i don't make the rules i just follow all nazis marched for hitler fuck you i'm tired of the fucking excuses you're either part of the problem or you're not part of the problem and if you're the person i'm referring to right now you're part of the fucking problem stop it stop it they won't stop it this as a matter they're not going to stop they just throw these grenades up because everybody clicks on them and then but you wind up.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"With william randolph hearst was citizen kane was based on xanadu was based on hearst castle it doesn't matter it's not important that was our house by crosby stills nash and young this is your last clue he will be relieved to know there is house in tennessee that were the kings domain it's shot tv once and ate fried peanut butter sandwiches graceland race land the original song or artist house of the rising sun that's right popularized by the animals chung test stoop down yell you on both games and you're headed to the final round while rebecca and daniel get ready for the final round is time for us to play a game this is called ask me another again later puzzle gir are chung explain how this works if you're i'm going to ask you jonathan questions with definitive yes or no answer you'll each talk it out and give me your answer then we'll ask magic eight ball what have thanks we'll see who gets the most correct answers here's your first question fruit loop cereal comes in the colors red orange yellow green blue and purple however are all fruit loops the same flavor first of all i've never had fruit loops i grew up in a family we weren't allowed to have sugar no sugar cereals no sugar cereals like raisin bran we were like oh my god matrix candy raisins but i'm going to say they're all one hundred percents sugar like how could they be that different in taste i mean flavors like what do we talk about what's blue blueberry come on now they're the site what are the other ones green what's green mint.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Minority people are still under more scrutiny you know in a lot of places then yeah i don't know so i think that it raises all over the cannabis as you from the very beginning like the word marijuana has very racist roots for example william randolph hearst propagated the term marijuana because at the time there was sentiment against mexicans in the united states and her state that is gone now so i'm just kidding but yeah and that's when the word marijuana was going so when you see all these laws being written using the word marijuana preferred word is cannabis right right you know world out there but you know that's marijuana oh it's scare the only scary mexicans are bringing this across the border so again thankfully faithfully that like we just no longer and folk today remember we saw racism and everything became star trek oh it wasn't here's a question though because it's a thing that has been coming up a lot on this podcast in terms of off in the entertainment industry which is like because in the entertainment industry you're seeing a thing where a lot of not a lot but what social change is happening is driven often by money you know so it's like you know yes on some level everyone involved in say black panther is super happy to make like a you know a artistic statement about black culture or african power or things like that like african greatness but there's also this is excellent black excellence i wanted to quote my old phrase.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

"And extracted hundreds of thousands millions of dollars from all kinds of american all kinds of small business okay business big large and to in order to build up these ince's and men denied us access to that audience now i'm i'm a liberty leban guide and i say you can do anything with your business nobody tells me what to do with my business outside of what legal obviously and the same with facebook but when you do something like that that is the ultimate bait and switch and that's what i told them for shame facebook is a wonderful concept of wonderful company run by people who are not so wonderful well it is the largest thing ever created in the history of ma'am facebook is they make william randolph hearst local quietly true it's true i'm good friends with the his granddaughter not patty but is he has another granddaughter who's awesome and i say your patties your friends with patty patty's younger sister that's cool i'd have patty on the show she doesn't do any of that although i did get to do one thing twice that's so cool william randolph hearst has a place in northern california and it's called wind tune and it's where he used to stay he stayed during world war two because they thought sense him yeah gonna get bombed and it was it's been in the hearst family since world war one and i got to stay there twice for couple of weeks and you get your own mansion and your own servant and it's unbelievable thing ever and it's like william randolph hearst say you know what's also interesting is most people today don't know what a william randolph hearst is.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"The next ten thousand years will all know me as the girl who spilled art all over heather fin chandler i mean congrats society tube we know we've given a random high school junior insure woodall oh more power than william randolph hearst cut did i kohler of fatty i wish heather chamber would just die so that i can finally be free and uh he allison he'll that they were gonna get into a couple of games are okay but also ssim did you know that allison was almost a professional ice skater who told me that that's the amazing i know well you have video are old video of like you should be let us of worst thing about growing up when i was my age there weren't any cell phones or nobody ira there could have been the you know the great thing now didn't have that there is no record of my past i have no idea what i was like is a growing news i skated i didn't get very far he wasn't a professional skater or a um i note what's the other one competitive or professional i just had the dream of doing it and did my you know my co compulsory figures which of those things that you know how the they go out on the ice and they'd cut figures and they have to go over trace exactly the loop they did and judges are down on the ice looking at your blade go by an ailing oh it's crazy i own and i only did i think i did my first or second test and their six of them and and and then i had my bickell accident where with who play class window in my skating career was over man as was my life post at which is a which is the crazy starring badly at but absent as is equality the eat i'm not sure you fully recognize that you deal but i think that you're a lot more competitive hope then you very competitive i know you are highly why had it i know two at the point where it i mean i'm in my family i'm the one who throws the boards and throws ping pong paddles at my brothers and my i.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"George with why are we talking about george shultz charles schultz what are l you know why because my number three was created by george harriman and it was crazy cat which i'm guessing well might be on your list which was another long running one 1913 and 1944 thirty one years we did a whole episode on crazy cat as well and the only reason that was that longrunning is because uh women of hurst liked it yeah but that's when it was awesome all the way through things william randolph hearst ever did um that and inspire citizen kane and then suppresses uh yeah crazy cat ignites the brick offers the pop yeah officer pup uh have we've done a whole episode on we don't need to see a lot more uh except almost nothing from that era holds up comic strip wise well i a big big they're not fair addeds they're so different it's it's hard to see what they are 'cause there are these long summomed of them don't hold up where there are these other this ethnic humor that's yes more of what were the slightly racist but there's other other things that are just like these long soap operas in like work krizek efforst appeared where there are these people people living in apartments this talking about their lives is really weird yeah via which was his cutting super holds up the even like carried on uh into the 80s and probably now um but like they weren't as long but like stuff like mary worth or whatever were they were just like dramatic soap opera ish via morale yeah yeah nobody nobody like those won't the the new thing about allow the ones from crazy cat era where do they had so much space to fill in the paper they have become good art and i mean not that great arkia mark trail and uh mary worth i can.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The age of ninety nine since away way to jones's suit jesus for more than half a century billy graham bronte's message of christian faith stiff followers around the world hundreds of millions of them more than any preacher in histories i believe that we americans have a choice to make got it sent me out as a warrior out on the five continents to preach the gospel and i must continue until he gives the signal that i'm just william franklin graham jr grew up on a north carolina dairy farm and a strict religious family as a boy he dreamed of being a baseball player but heartbroken after a breakup he turned to religion graham found his calling at in 1949 got his big break preaching at a ten to revive only los angeles jesus christ son i'm very prevalent that you face newspaper tycoon william randolph hearst took notice and told his editors to promote graham it may billy graham a national figure and taught in the power of modern media and we have used television and radio and france in every way we possibly can you communicate the fact that price in transform human life he was a strike beginner i am telling you what the bible says graham learn how the touch people's hearts and when you go home tonight you don't go alone christ goes with you he loves will look camera think i'm talking to one person he took his message of salvation across the country at around the world it hundreds of crusades to nearly every country on earth day reaching millions one seoul at a time i don't want them to follow me i'm only a cool in the hands of god to proclaim a message of good news.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And use our engagement as we know is generated not necessarily by true content but ferry often by fake content and the i put it like this fake news and extreme views and these are the things that we are incentivize by the algorithms to consume because these are the things that we are engaged by the pope endorses donald trump was a great story it got enormous amount of user engagement in 2016 it just happened to be untrue so i am i not i what you see on provoking you but i do think there are we have a paradoxical situation where trump they're all companies no google is one of them and you work for them that know more about the citizens of this country than the government maybe that's a good thing but i think no more about them than the citizens themselves that's a very new state of affairs that old line with great par comes great responsibility seems to me appropriate here i think the united states is still walking towards a more polarized future because we haven't really come to terms with the extent of the pa that your company and facebook has accumulated and i don't even think you meant to i don't even think about meant to do this first said it's happened first back that is to say you when we talk about tech companies have too much power one tends to think of a william randolph hearst starting the spanishamerican war do you really think mark zuckerberg and larry page and all the rest of them thought pepi the fraud the 2016 election let's go i told number one i think there are many good things inside this like the con academy that can help educate people and help them encounter a healthier environment i dispute the academy is a good thing and wikipedia too for that matter but here's the thing william randolph hearst never had a bigger share of the news market in the united states as mark zuckerberg dust today forty five percent of americans get their news from facebook never got close to that share now nobody satin facebook say how can we help trump except the.

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"william randolph hearst" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"william randolph hearst" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Well and the story of all from there and what were their repercussions for wells though i may not always heard that william randolph hearst did not like this movie and when asked orson welles did he sick his attackdog luella parsons the hollywood columnist on on orson welles yes that's part of the incredible story behind susan pain which you almost half my book is talking about about that very point you could do just before the movie was released the two competing national film critic parsons him mm opera both saw the film both immediately assumed it was all about hurst oh her story asian moved into action i try to suppress the film mimic try to destroy the film actually actively by the negative and burn it and then many many months later continued to try to discredit horse welcome so through communist witchhunt and all kinds o on tactics that we would consider completely inappropriate for journalists today yeah well it's interesting because these ladies a somewhat forgotten but luella parsons in had hopper they really they ruled hollywood and people lived in fear of what they're going to say about them in their column i know that had had she had a house in beverly hills and tropical avenue and she called it the house that fear belt but you with the but a wells was vulnerable though was he not because in new york in the world he had been closely associated with a leftwing movements and hearst could use those political associations against him and did i go there was plenty do attack i mean well not a communist himself but he associated with all kinds.

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