18 Burst results for "wieden"

"wieden" Discussed on CMO Moves by Adweek

CMO Moves by Adweek

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"wieden" Discussed on CMO Moves by Adweek

"Is everything in house or do you still work with agencies for selective projects or are you one hundred percent in house now under percent we use media agencies to place our media but everything that you see out there with gap every image every piece of copy every site email banner tv spot those are all created by arts small but mighty internal team. I'm not anti agency i like. I said i grew up the whole decade of the nineties. And some of the best agencies i suppose at full building starting my career while the thomson. There's nothing wrong with agencies agencies or great wieden kennedy with levi's amazing relationship we had. It's just that for what we're trying to do right now in terms of trying to get some traction and pivot this brand. I just wanted to be a little tighter. A little closer to the brand into the product because of the importance that the product plates. And we're talking a lot about our big brand platform but we develop a lot of marketing below that level that sells sky high rise jeans and your gift guides and all of that stuff which is really important. Part of the marketing mix. Yeah absolutely so. There's the importance in stained close and connected on your brand in the speed. Right the ability to be nimble. Oh yeah sochi. Talk a little bit about how you thought about creating your team. We're working really well. Yes so speed and agility are really key and as you know like things are more complicated now if you look at the marketing mix right. You're doing everything from big. Broad awareness may be on a tv campaign down to performance marketing with re targeting and social media. And things like that so one of the benefits of having the team internally as we can pivot at any moment so we have a website that just refreshed and we had a big huge launch for denham. This august around are sky high rise denham. It was amazing. You're so excited and you know what people were not in the mood for denham. August now every every year. The industry knows that august is identified. And nope they weren't having it. They wanted more fleece and sweats and joggers..

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"wieden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

13:05 min | 9 months ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"What you saw that you liked. You didn't like let me get to Bob in Florida. Then we'll bring in Dean Blandino on loan from Fox by Bob. Hello Good Morning. Five eight one ninety nine and still in Tampa Bay okay. My my my best of the weekend was two and a half hours of the sportscenter highlight show best of featuring none other than Mr Dan. Patrick and my worst is one and done because one should not be done all right. Well thank you Bob. I appreciate that sounded a little bit like the Beano Cook there. Yeah the commercials are done by Wieden. Kennedy those are the people deserve all the credit for those ESPN commercials because they came in and they just hung around us for like a week or so they went back and they came up with all those commercials. Wieden Kennedy did a wonderful job and really changed. I think how people viewed sportscenter because it made us look like we were having even more fun than we were and we were having fun. Dean Blandino works for Fox. Nfl rules analyst former head of officiating for the NFL and he joins us on short notice. Good Morning Dean. Thanks for joining us. Wanted Dan thanks for. Let me ask you about this sky. Judge in what is being proposed. What is it supposed to be in what it's going to turn out to be in your opinion? Yes.

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Small business loan funds are tapped out

Slate Money

09:53 min | 11 months ago

Small business loan funds are tapped out

"Marriage. It's complicated to be amazing. The the upshot is it is complicated and some unknown percentage of Americans wound up getting stimulus checks this week at the same time as some unknown percentage of small business owners wound up getting the PC checks this week. Paycheck protection plan Not all of them have gone out yet. But I'm I'm assuming that within the week nearly all of that initial three hundred and forty nine billion will go out to small business owners. It is clearly not enough and while the people who didn't get stimulus checks on mostly super annoyed about I've seen some people saying like I got some weird windfall income in twenty. At and then. That means I'm not eligible but I should be eligible any any money like there are definitely people who should be getting stimulus checks in on the real anger. I'm seeing is from small business owners who just didn't have the right banking relationships and didn't manage to get their PCP applications in and they are just furious that money has run out and they aware they can end up with nothing. Fox is that thirteen point seven percent of the P P P loans went to the construction industry versus nine point one percent of the P P P loans which one small business owner told. My colleague stands for WHO Poop Poop then to the restaurant industry? Now the construction industry so far in March Last twenty nine thousand jobs and the restaurant industry march las four hundred seventeen thousand jobs yet. The construction industry was the F. top industry beneficiary ficiary of the PP loans. Which kind of I think is a very telling way of talking about how the program was poorly structured and like Felix was saying benefited those who had the good relationships with their banks over those who probably needed the money even more. But just don't have that kind of relationship aren't as savvy about applying through the money like there are some law firms that were out there. Like drumming up interest in getting these loans and Like a franchise restaurants like. Ruth's Chris. Steak House got Twenty million dollars. Pp loans also. It's just I think was a poorly show was definitely this weird carve out so to to be eligible for the people you need to be a small businesses with fewer than five hundred employees asterisk. And then this Astra's all you can be a restaurant with any number of employees so we screw steakhouse as five thousand employees and they managed to muscle up to different subsidiaries which they decided eligible for Ppo so they got twice the maximum and people are looking at them going look. You're a publicly traded company. This money was not designed for you and that twenty million dollars could have gone to a genuine small business which really needed the cash right now. But I think that there's a little bit of a false scarcity issue is not real scarcity issue. No it's a real scarcity that's been created but doesn't need to be. I don't think the issue here is companies getting too much money. I think the issue here is that it was too small to begin with. It shouldn't have been designed in such a way to go through the banking system. It should have. I think a lot of just been very similar to how we did the personal payments. I realize it's going to be harder if it was simply done. From the IRS sending out based on like corporate taxes but at the end of the day we need firms to get money. We can allocate so much more money to this than we already are so I think arguing between firms is less the issue the issue that we just need more money to go out and I think if they haven't at three hundred forty nine billion a lot of the anger an avatar would not be that like they're talking about another two hundred and fifty which I suspect also won't be enough but I also suspect that if they add another three hundred fifty or so then it probably will be enough so I don't understand why they're trying to sort of minimize the amount of money that they're spending on this when it's obvious that it's the outcome right now is deeply unfair and you need to allow the small businesses who didn't have the right kind of banking relationships to be able to compete on an equal playing field with the ones who did. And so why a eking out these trenches why they think well we'll give you three fifty and then if that turns out to be not enough we'll give you another two fifty and if that turns out to be not enough maybe we'll give you a little bit more just allocate like a trillion dollars or something and then any money left over you can back and use for something else. I mean it seems like there's a real prejudice against there's no other way to look at it and say oh the the federal government sees small businesses completely differently than the large businesses. That are able to tap into this all this this river of bed money and be okay and then making these small businesses kind of lake. Go begging for money. The there is a big family. Which is the big river of fed money for big businesses which is a big river of money and is actually working pretty well is loans all of it needs to be paid back every penny. The small businesses are not lunged at basically grunts dressed up as loans. And for that reason. You need to. You need to raise the money from Congress. You can just magic the money out of thin from the FAD and so congress is going to be sitting there going. Who Second Nettie is going. Oh this is you know fiscal blah blah blah. And so it becomes harder. One of the things I wrote about in my news out of this week was the way that the Federal Reserve and the Treasury been working together to really maximize the amount of money that is going into the economy but the P. Program is somewhere that really the Federal Reserve. Come help much. They they have said they're going to start buying up these. Pp Lennon's banks like Wells Fargo. Who really need to get mafia balance-sheets but that super marginal really you need Congress to allocate capital in Congress is about as functional as you'd expect it to be right now. Yeah so now. We're what's emerging is really this like to tear response to this crisis where small businesses and individuals are kind of left twiddling their thumbs. Not they're not getting the money they need right away. Small businesses are GONNA go under and businesses. Thanks to the Fed even notes loans are GonNa probably be okay are going to swoop in and take over there. They're going to be the ones popping up in where the small businesses kind of failed and at the end of the day. If we ever get out of this we're just GONNA see more inequality in the US. I mean the one thing I will say though is that like this has been there is so much more aid and so much more aid more quickly this time around than we've ever seen before in it is far from perfect. And I think we're all in agreement that this should have been structured differently in should've been structured better but I like I guess I would say that. Yes you know. It is probably likely that a lot of small businesses are going to fail and that is horrible. That shouldn't be happening. And that is going to be a fault of poor response a response but like I the one thing I will say. Is You know we are just really starting to see this money coming out now so we still don't totally know what the effect is going to be one thing. The one thing that we do know is the. I've been hearing from small business on this. Who Literally said I needed that? Pp money in the first trunch. If I didn't infest ranch I have to shut down. This is the big businesses in the S. and P. Five hundred. The biggest businesses in America is basically what the S. and P. Five hundred bouncing back up thanks to all of the liquidity that the Fed is providing. I think emily is absolutely right. That it is. This is one of those periods where inequality between businesses has been massively exacerbated in the big your balance sheet the more access to capital markets and generally the Ludger. You are the better off. You are with very few exceptions and there's no question that's going to be bad for everyone right. You have more of these big businesses taking over. It means more monopolies cornering different industries. It means lower pay for people at Wieden pay disparity. I mean it's really although if you look at men here like that the companies the I mean I look. I don't disagree with you in the sense that like. I don't think it's a good thing. If we have a bunch of small businesses going under I don't think it's a good thing if we have like greater monopoly power. I completely agree with you on that. Although the one thing I will say. Is that working for a larger company. You tend to be paid better that so the idea that if you tend to be the worst if it working for smaller companies and you have a large companies. This is one of the long term trends which is absolutely clear. Is that the total employment in the S&P. Five hundred has been trending downwards for decades. And you have you know. Large company says suddenly the trillion dollar companies out. There like Microsoft have a lot of employees. But they don't have nearly as many employees as like you know. Hundred Billion dollar companies did twenty years ago. And so. Yeah if you're lucky enough to work for Microsoft that's great but that's not the source of employment. Small Business is the real place where you tens of millions of Americans need to find employment and if small business fails on mass that's going to just completely decimate the employment situation in

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"wieden" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Of that stuff and we shot it in an actual high school and it was tough for me to go through it but i got it out and and it's now one of your favorite sports center but dan literally was just like pulled me aside like what's the matter with this great stuck it out exactly you feel the same way about the role when you interrupt interrupt the broadcast with the williams sisters beads when you were behind camera. Do you remember that one too. Yes encyclopedia acknowledged sports. Remember that one tasers were there on right and i'm not sure i think it's dan somebody else and there's all this noise offset and you're getting your hair beated by the williams sisters in an interruption. I had hesitate <music> everything about that these days. I wouldn't be able to do that commercial. It's also a good one if the williams sisters wanted to reboot sequel sequel wouldn't be able to do it. Sorry i'd forgotten about that one. It's a good one. I fun well in in the green room of our show back in los angeles in <hes> because i've had this on the back of a chair of any place i've ever had an office since then is the kid is isan <hes> shirt or that that was that lou duva war and the sports the robe the silk you know the the cornermen silk doc that lou duva warned the sportscenter commercial where you know they came in during the commercial break and i could come into the prompter you know you know cut me low cut me and i i did ad-lib spitting out with my pinky extended and the funny thing is when you watch that commercial is they bleep out lou duva the famous cornerman because they had to they could not find three to four continuous safe for work seconds to actually edited commercial because he was acting himself self and he would curse up a blue streak so they had a bleep him out for the commercial so he took off the silk and i remembered they they just left it on on the side and i can. I about the lecture so i've had it to this day. I eat this up this behind the music of these sports commercials when they would come to you guys with an idea like right. Was it really kind of antsy about who gets it's the beginning who whoever it must be kyle brandt they they they they would come up with a campaign that we would hear that the commercial campaign was coming and we all. They didn't say a word. All sportscenter anchors are you. Are you doing one of the spots and then dan would eventually say. I'm doing like three or four drop. It share it knowing that what what sort of ripple in our pond that would leave. You know what a master all modern mattiello's. Please compare notes like who's in what how many lines you have and then the people from e._s._p._n. Who are part of the wieden kennedy ad agency they would have like this big loose-leaf a booklet of all the scripts them at ten spots that and they would literally hold it up like like a like. It's like a poker hand to their chest to make sure nobody could it's crazy. The cards handcuffed to the risk was really like that. That's so good is one spot that stewart stewart ni- ad libbed okay totally ad libbed and it was when they came up <hes> and they were shooting commercials around november and we ask them like how come there's never been like a holiday themed sportscenter commercial and pain..

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"wieden" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on Only A Game

"And his firm Wieden Kennedy happened to be based in Oregon where murderer Gary Gilmore had also lived he remembered, his let's do it as this Altemus act of intention, and he just loved it was such a statement. But then the rest of just doing comes from a very different source, which was Nancy Reagan's just say, no campaign say yes to your life. And when it comes to drugs and alcohol, just say, no, I'm so. Yeah. Widened mash, those two up and put them together and came up with just do it on the financial side impact and socially kind of open people's eyes to what Nike could actually do as a brand. I was going to ask would Nike the Nike that we know it today if it wasn't for just do it. I'd say probably not Petrella isn't. So sure she says if they're never been just do it. Who knows what else make you would have come up with? In suppressing the origin of just do. It may be. She says it actually captures the individualism. The I'm in control spirit of the nineteen eighty s I mean, even Gary Gilmore when are you ever less in control of your life that when you're going before the firing squad, but it is an example of kind of taking agency over your own fate to say, let's do it. And then, of course, Nancy Reagan, the whole ethos of just say, no is, you know, at the end of the day, whether you live in a neighborhood that's being ravaged by crack or whether they're drugs coming into this country. It's up to you to just say, no, so Petrella says the Nancy Reagan convicted murderer mash up might seem.

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"wieden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Meam sort of entered the scene, and then more and more people started using troll language trollers language in a just a more, casual everyday way, it became increasingly difficult. And then it became impossible for me to distinguish between who sub cultural troll was. And who just a person who spent time on Facebook was and that was something trying to figure out. Well, how do you study that? Now, what do I do as a researcher that was one of the major hurdles that I faced during that research time because what once had been a clearly defined subculture was now just how people talk to each other on the internet. So you talked about the corporate intervention becoming what really launches this. Tell me why that for you was the turning point. Well, I mean, it wasn't a turning point for me. Personally. It was just objectively win that content became Kamata ties -able up till that point it wasn't. You know, some marketers. What was the Wieden Kennedy? They were an ad. They were advertising. Agency out of Portland, I think, but they were the ones that had done had the the old spice commercials that was like very internet eighty in aesthetic and in content. So there were a few people who were clearly part of a subculture who clearly spent a lot of time within those spaces. But only one or two companies were able to really crack that nut because you had to have people basically embedded to even know how you might try to sell something using the internet aesthetic. It was so SO Terek in specific at the time. And then after two thousand eleven you had all of these basically millennials, right? And you had all these advertisers wanted to reach those millennials. So there was a there was a great incentive to utilize this this rich resource of know, your meme and to basically use memes to try to make your own brand go viral, and that was something that caused a lot of consternation for. People within quote, unquote, internet culture, and then also in trolling spaces. And there was a lot of overlap between those two at the time and people actively talked about this. This was a common point of frustration. And lamentation is that you know, they the man essentially was taking our in scare quotes content and then turning it into essentially advertising revenue. So there was a great awareness of the shift as it was taking place, and it really kind of crystallized in two thousand twelve by two thousand and thirteen trolling culture was internet culture, period. It's just that nobody knew that history. And so they didn't they weren't able to trace back..

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"wieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"wieden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Just think of actually lebron talking after a game right like you know him being saying something finally the press in talking about political stop like i just think i hear his actual voice rather than voice filtered through wieden kennedy neck yet he he's done a nice job of feeling like he's giving you stuff but i'm never a hundred percent sure that he's ever giving us stuff what about the photo recall stuff during the playoffs so lebron what about those six turnovers and who watch this but you know we went to go through the six turnovers i mean that was that was pretty phenomenal right when i did my podcast larry bird six years ago i asked him about that because it was said that about larry bird i think that's just something certain guys have laboured we could be with him right now it'd be like game one of nineteen eightyfour against cleveland third quarter you got hot what happened anybody i remember the date set me up of the riot did that little jump hook i think it's some it's like it is some form a genius it's lebron's genius like i really do i think he's a basketball genius and that bird was the magic was but you don't have to share that right you somebody can ask you about it and you know just you can blow that question off i mean there's a little showing off i think in that answer yet there's also like a let me read your column for you here we go yeah i'm gonna give you bunch to stop somebody i was talking to compare it to like tiger woods talking about his round after his round well on one you know my approach was off and he gives you all this detail actually tiger probably wouldn't do it let's dance beef let's say roy mak roy but like he's giving you he just filling up your column right here's a bond you details and here's what i actually think about those place yeah you know that like he's happy to talk about that stuff i think a lot of athletes katie's durant was pretty good at that at moments like that in the playoffs to durant you have to be a little more specific i think with the ask and he's also allowed moodier than lebron has lebron his manners just hard as the most moody oh my god.

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"wieden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Just think of actually lebron talking after a game right like you know him being saying something finally the press in talking about political stop like i just think i hear his actual voice rather than voice filtered through wieden kennedy neck yet he he's done a nice job of feeling like he's giving you stuff but i'm never a hundred percent sure that he's ever giving us stuff what about the photo recall stuff during the playoffs so lebron what about those six turnovers and who watch this but you know we went to go through the six turnovers i mean that was that was pretty phenomenal right when i did my podcast larry bird six years ago i asked him about that because it was said that about larry bird i think that's just something certain guys have laboured we could be with him right now it'd be like game one of nineteen eightyfour against cleveland third quarter you got hot what happened anybody i remember the date set me up of the riot did that little jump hook i think it's some it's like it is some form a genius it's lebron's genius like i really do i think he's a basketball genius and that bird was the magic was but you don't have to share that right you somebody can ask you about it and you know just you can blow that question off i mean there's a little showing off i think in that answer yet there's also like a let me read your column for you here we go yeah i'm gonna give you bunch to stop somebody i was talking to compare it to like tiger woods talking about his round after his round well on one you know my approach was off and he gives you all this detail actually tiger probably wouldn't do it let's dance beef let's say roy mak roy but like he's giving you he just filling up your column right here's a bond you details and here's what i actually think about those place yeah you know that like he's happy to talk about that stuff i think a lot of athletes katie's durant was pretty good at that at moments like that in the playoffs to durant you have to be a little more specific i think with the ask and he's also allowed moodier than lebron has lebron his manners just hard as the most moody oh my god.

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"wieden" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Is coming up with this amazing creative for kfc they're coming up with three different colonels a year and they they bring out a different kernel to emphasize and enhance a new product so we just did reba mcentire as the colonel and we had a half an hour with reba because on the next stage over there shooting a million dollar television commercial the stills get short drift sure so we marched reba through six different setups in a half an hour well thirty one minutes we looked and the folks from wieden kennedy were astounded and amazed and omega this will never work on my god and then it happened because ribas appro my team knew they were doing she's dressed as the colonel so hair makeup and wardrobe has been sucked out of the equation right right and i was counting on herb ing appro her appreciating me moving her from set to set and the fact that we didn't have to tweak her makeup and wardrobe and worked and thirty one minutes later reba is saying oh my gosh thank you so much and the folks from wieden kennedy are saying oh my god i can't believe that that happened we had literally been on the exact same sound stage with steven spielberg two weeks earlier walking him through obviously they need you six setups in either you need a good final product i mean at the end but how much of this ability to work fast work efficient problem solve work with the situation around you is is the reason that you get called back from the advertising company or the editorial house i didn't appreciate it until i have to look how long ago this was i got a call from vanity fair and it was it's a group shot of environmentalists at the edge of lake tahoe and the call came and said nobody else can do this and we've already been turned down by one over and i went okay the answer's yes.

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"wieden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Belmar over there with wheeler so as miller to make us defenseman bill maher sneaking in passes it up to know sec he's got some spatial skated out to center come all the way to the winnipeg line and shoot it in thirty three remaining on the power play and trying to wind it up a senator changes here for the jets here comes myers into the late it off the ealers comes for the slot passes off the qatar coverage shot in the left circle snap at any found the whole cadre flurry this game is on its to vegas with twelve forty three to play in the third just talking about the first unit they were trying to force things as you just mentioned corner here he gets speed on the injury but the shot comes from well outside and low it is a bad angle shot off the left side he's the left shot so his angle is not as good when he had the injury but again with the first you to try to force thing connor just says you know what i shot available i'm gonna take it he told it he held it he pulled it he held it went back again short side bad angle winnipeg right back in this game tile conrad thirty one goals in the regular season just use third but it's huge and it's a power play worker at seven seventeen has winnipeg on the board and within a sean in game two twenty four piece jets control way out the center ice draw firing it in right corner back there vegas to take it around behind his net little chasing him up the near boards he does get it to center ice go at banks around attentive he'll leave it there goes little right wing side has a snappy shoots and a windmill stopping from flurry goes to the corner mental recovering there he beats out of the pot now those to jam up along the right wing boards fed out for winnipeg and he shot at wieden quarter parole circling out a backhand shot and yet flurry office post that he just missed the side of the net chirac from the left point shot at that's blocking hit hala tux over there for vegas he gets pounded in las vegas has to be careful here jimmy.

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"wieden" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"What what is the shoe culture in college basketball the shoe coacher is is huge because there's a big war going on with nike adidas under armor and everybody's jockeying for the top players in college so that when these guys they want him to go to their their school of their with their their logo on that you and when they go to the league hopefully they'll stay with that that logo and and everybody's jockeying is a big battle right now extremely competitive yes extremely so speaking shoes we gotta discuss little penny very rarely is there a marketing program and look in that era nike still brilliant in that era they own sports marketing so how did little penny come to be how did that program and that creativity come to be i came to be because nike was trying to figure out a way to kind of get more exposure out of my game because i wasn't a trash talker i wasn't flamboyant or flashy and they had advertising agency called wieden and kennedy that nike had hired to come in and just kinda come up with my dears and it came to me one day and asked would you like an alter ego and we would call the alter ego little penny and he would beat a trash talk and his he'd say everything that you would want to say and you just play ball like you always doing i was like i think that'd be great so that's a little tiny came about and the rest is history what was the creative process like when you go to do one of those.

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"wieden" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Jump

"What what is the shoe culture in college basketball the shoe coacher is is huge because there's a big war going on with nike adidas under armor and everybody's jockeying for the top players in college so that when these guys they want him to go to their their school of their with their their logo on that you and when they go to the league hopefully they'll stay with that that logo and and everybody's jockeying is a big battle right now extremely competitive yes extremely so speaking shoes we gotta discuss little penny very rarely is there a marketing program and look in that era nike still brilliant in that era they own sports marketing so how did little penny come to be how did that program and that creativity come to be i came to be because nike was trying to figure out a way to kind of get more exposure out of my game because i wasn't a trash talker i wasn't flamboyant or flashy and they had advertising agency called wieden and kennedy that nike had hired to come in and just kinda come up with my dears and it came to me one day and asked would you like an alter ego and we would call the alter ego little penny and he would beat a trash talk and his he'd say everything that you would want to say and you just play ball like you always doing i was like i think that'd be great so that's a little tiny came about and the rest is history what was the creative process like when you go to do one of those.

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"wieden" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Last two or three years and then of course it was impossible to do we need it with the cofactors we need the dosage well for the first time just like you said this is a breakthrough we are able to deliver all of these nutrients and help guys and you know you need that magnesium helps smooth muscles helps you get some sleep does so many wonderful things that your mood so you need the testosterone that's the big thing for the guys didn't stop there you also included these three performance factors in this men's perfect multi which is awesome i he added the three hundred milligrams of magnesium we talked about for the healthy testosterone support so that's a big deal that's huge next you included the nitric oxide boosters and promoters this spectrum blend that supports healthy nitric oxide levels for healthy micro circulation guys love that benefit and then number three you have key prostate nutrients like selenium zinc in their bill elaborate on these three performance factors you included impurities men's multi at i think you can recall maybe our audience can recall that we've talked about nitric oxide therefore it's a transient little gas that's released in our arteries at wieden some and it does it just when we need it and we talked about this before so purity products now combines a wonderful blend of fruits and vegetable extracts all put in to boost nitric oxide levels and of course that nitric oxide signal as it ripples through your blood vessels and they widen and dilate it says a signal and it makes sure that we got enough blood supply just when we need it wow in addition to the magnesium zinc vitamin d and boron now we have this wonderful spectra blend of fruits and vegetable extracts to boost nitric oxide.

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"wieden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Is big romanian baloch bullet south know romania bill perfect teen map book don't talk through joke thing to watch that was georgie murison that was nineteen ninety four nineteen ninetyfive and that's when we were sorted just starting those commercials at espn and they they would come in wieden kennedy was the group and they did all these nike ads and they were brilliant people they just came in and said all right here is the commercial you're doing today and we would try to interject and say well what about this or can we do this and they were like yeah they on that's nice but just do it this way and then you'd see the end result and you realize they had the concept down they had the idea so little penny we'll talk to big penny penny hardaway coming up in the final hour charlie ever saw is starting spring football league his dad dick ebersol was once my boss and really one of the more brilliant people in tv history tv n tv sports history with football night in america also saturday night live did a lot of things he got into business with the xfl and that didn't go as scripted but charlie probably learning from his father and i think his father's helping him with this new alliance of american football league this is what i think is different i'm going to tell you i think it's going to succeed and he'll join us coming up next hour you're going with the nfl you're not trying to go against the the nfl and you got cbs tv partner there to spring footballing i mean just imagine if i said in throw out a couple of quarterbacks let's say portland playing orlando last night j t barrett is one quarterback and jalen hurts down the road is going to be the quarterback for orlando.

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"wieden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Get a bigger romania permanent corporate without you know dr romania teen tina my book joke thing to watch that was georgie murison that was one thousand nine hundred eighty four nine hundred ninety five and that's when we were sort of just starting those commercials at espn and they they would come in wieden kennedy was the group and they did all these nike ads and they were brilliant people they just came in and said all right here is the commercial you're doing today and we would try to interject and say well what about this or can we do this and they were like yeah oh that's nice but just do it this way and then you'd see the end result and you realize they had the concept down they had the idea so little penny we'll talk to big penny penny hardaway coming up in the final hour charlie ebersol is starting a spring football league his dad dick ebersol was once my boss and really one of the more brilliant people in tv history tv n tv sports history with football night in america also saturday night live did a lot of things he got into business with the xfl and that didn't go as scripted but charlie probably learning from his father and i think his father is helping him with this new alliance of american football league this is what i think is different i'm gonna tell you i think it's going to succeed and he'll join us coming up next hour you're going with the nfl you're not trying to go against the the nfl and you got cbs is a tv partner there to spring footballing i mean just imagine if i said in throw out a couple of quarterbacks let let's say portland's playing orlando last night j t barrett is one quarterback and jalen hurts down the road is going to be the quarterback for orlando probably going to tune into it right now this is a developmental league at least that's the feeling i get with this but it's spring football last night if you're not watching the rockets and the blazers or maybe the thunder and the celtics you would be tuning into something like that if you saw players that you recognize if there is atmosphere there and.

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"wieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Responsible for eight hundred sixty four bad guys on the loose here in the state in the in the bay area according that's our opinion and we've got we've we've got reason to have that opinion but what say you're rod oh it it's horrible uh i filed the complaint yesterday it's in the mail to the us attorney general's office antonin wieden district attorney in alameda county complaining that l shaft uh did a felony committed a felony to aid harbor or even encourage illegal aliens to evade ice it sits rightly emits the nationalist they naturalization act i cited all the code sectors and i ask them as a citizen with three other citizens who are who are filing with me to to take action at least get a ceaseanddesist order and better since she's offer to uh go to jail in support of illegal immigrants uh w i asked the prosecutor's the please give her that opportunity well i listen i i'm glad you're doing what you're allowed to do in this country and file such a complete so rod that makes you call her the day you know i'm sure you didn't call to become caller the dave you're the call of the day oh my pleasure yeah i'm running for congress down there in the 17th district good broke up in a row against rokon and i'm a republican and in fact you find you said i'll think rod what's your last name rod the last name please go into c o at and and that went awry oon the number four congress keeps thousand eighteen thank you so much all right there you go we need more about when he before congress 2018 dot com i love it i love it exported our current 2018 thin he said why eighty okay 'perfecta 2018 hey this is what the ksfo listeners do folks they take action in europe part of the troops you're part of the family you're part of the friends sad we're all in this together on ksfo go dear desert gold exchange so i received a communique from my buddy gina desert goal exchange ellis i'll give you the phone number just a moment their online desert gold exchange dot com um whenever you talk to anybody at desert gold exchange.

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"wieden" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"wieden" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Devote we now lost a lot of production pieces that would done for this show is that we can all longer do because we have a staff by the way john wieden when are we supposed to get a permanent producer a brand new in what was the game plan oh it was clearly mapped out to us yesterday and that was a well we'll find somebody uh all right well hurrying awesome buddy and i think that was the point in time one that's where we snapped we kinda gas can yes said okay this is how it's going to be we now where does that left to fend for ourselves yes and okay fine you know we we have before no more is while the were find but how do you think that that's a good move your uh what six hours into your new job new position you disrupt this this easily this quickly yes and in the response or lack thereof lack thereof taken care of certain shows disrespecting this one yes how'd where's i now i'm not i mathematician that's true what how does this at up how does it add up by a said okay we need a spot over here will just take it from hearing that yeah this screw that show it doesn't really i don't under ten others business i don't understand now that you know i i don't have the same amount of experience in radio is this gentleman i think that's why in this business that really doesn't happen it shouldn't happen iaea i was told by him that it does and i'm thinking well not one place i've worked russia's that because when you incorporate like so they become part of the shall you lean on them their that environment yes they may work the station but they are really apart of whatever show with like metal headneck nick and news guy alex right or renegade there's nothing they can do about that they are us they worked for any expert they are renegade absolute alex i thought because we open our arms to this little in great we shirt gene will take you id little no nothing and will teach you how to do the job that you say is your dream right raul put you in a top market mmm who put you on the show that you claim you wanna be on and is little nothing allying ingrate decides that he's gonna tell this was the point.

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