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Best podcasts about Barco

Latest podcast episodes about Barco

Off the Woodwork
United's best performance without Josef

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 10:54


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about how United looked in the victory over Toronto FC, Barco's red card being looked at and if it could be overturned, what type of run United needs to go on over the next three home games, and what the Hawks need to do this season to take the next step. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
United's best performance without Josef

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 10:54


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about how United looked in the victory over Toronto FC, Barco's red card being looked at and if it could be overturned, what type of run United needs to go on over the next three home games, and what the Hawks need to do this season to take the next step. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fostering Change
Fostering Change | Season 2 Recap | Rita Soronen

Fostering Change

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 47:49


We're recapping 4 episodes in preparation for both a launch of season 3 AND dour 100th episode! Here's one of our favorites from season 2 with Rita SoronenFor more than 30 years, Rita Soronen has worked on behalf of abused, neglected and vulnerable children, providing leadership for local, state and national efforts working to improve the juvenile justice and child welfare systems, while striving to assure safe and permanent homes for North America's children.Leading the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, a national nonprofit public charity, since 2001 and the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption-Canada since 2004, Ms. Soronen works to find adoptive families for the more than 150,000 children waiting in North America's foster care systems. Under her leadership, the Foundation has significantly increased its grant-making while developing strategic initiatives that act on the urgency of the issue. In 2020, the Foundation dedicated more than $32.6 million to grants and award-winning programs, such as Wendy's Wonderful Kids, Adoption-Friendly Workplace and National Adoption Day. Additionally, through public service announcements, social media campaigns, articles, events, sponsorships and more, the Foundation is building awareness around the growing need for foster care adoption.In October 2011, independent research results were released from a five-year rigorous evaluation of the Foundation's signature and groundbreaking program, Wendy's Wonderful Kids. The research proved that children referred to the program are up to three times more likely to be adopted. Since 2005, the Wendy's Wonderful Kids program has grown from seven pilot site grants to more than 475 sites across the U.S. and Canada. This program's evidence-based model is dedicated to moving those children most at risk of aging out of foster care into permanent families. More than 10,000 children have been adopted as a direct result of Wendy's Wonderful Kids. In 2017, with the support of the Blue Meridian Partners, the Foundation launched an aggressive, multi-year business plan to take Wendy's Wonderful Kids to scale in all 50 states.Immediately prior to joining the Foundation, Ms. Soronen served as the executive director of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Franklin County. During that time, she also served as the president of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio CASA/GAL Association and led the passage of specialty license plate legislation benefiting CASA programs throughout Ohio, as well as the design and implementation of model program standards assuring consistent application of effective advocacy for children involved in court proceedings at the local and state levels.Ms. Soronen is a nationally recognized child welfare advocate. She has testified before the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee on the importance of foster care adoption. A requested national speaker on the topics of children, the child welfare system and social innovation, Ms. Soronen has been a featured presenter at events for the Adoption Exchange Association, Center for Adoption Support and Education, Children's Home Society of America, National Association of County Commissioners, National CASA Association and National Council for Adoption, among others.Ms. Soronen is a founding board member and past vice president of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute and is a current member of the advisory board. She also serves as a member of Barco's Nightingales Foundation's advisory board and the National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem (CASA/GAL) Association for Children's board of trustees. Ms. Soronen is a recipient of the Angels in Adoption Award from the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, the National CASA Association Kappa Alpha Theta Program Director of the Year Award, the Ohio CASA/GAL Association Statewide Leadership Award and was a 2013 recipient of WSNY's 20 Outstanding Women You Should Know. She is a fellow of the Jefferson Fellowship for Executive Leadership; was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Community Leadership from Franklin University in 2016; was named a YWCA Woman of Achievement in 2017; was named a National Number One by the Columbus Foundation in 2018; and was honored with Smart Business Network's 2019 Smart 50 Program Award for Impact, Giving Back to the Community.A graduate of the University of Louisville, Ms. Soronen resides in Columbus, Ohio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

El Larguero
El Sanedrín | "Luis Enrique está dando oportunidades de futuro a los más jóvenes: ahora no puede bajarse del barco"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 51:01


El Sanedrín de El Larguero repasa la remontada de Francia ante Bélgica y las fuerzas y debilidades de la selección rival en la final de la Nations League. Repasamos la situación del nuevo rico de la Premier, el Newcastle, y el futuro de Luis Enrique más allá del Mundial de 2022. 

AVWeek - MP3 Edition
AVWeek 527: Where The Kids At?

AVWeek - MP3 Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021


Getting companies invested in better hybrid working and what it takes to get the next generation of the workforce interested in the AV industry.

Dirty South Soccer: for Atlanta United FC fans
MOTS 236: Barco on a different level

Dirty South Soccer: for Atlanta United FC fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 45:40


Eric and Sam discuss Barco's real emergence over the last two months and what it means for the club moving forward. The boys wonder over the possibilities for the rest of the season and finish with the most CONCACAF of CONCACAF things. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Off the Woodwork
Mike Conti with John and Hugh

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 10:46


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about his solid sports weekend with United and Penn State winning, what he views as the turning point of United's season, just how good Barco has been recently, where the team stands currently in playoff position, and what sort of chaos he expects the rest of the season leading up to the College Football playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Mike Conti with John and Hugh

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 10:46


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about his solid sports weekend with United and Penn State winning, what he views as the turning point of United's season, just how good Barco has been recently, where the team stands currently in playoff position, and what sort of chaos he expects the rest of the season leading up to the College Football playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dukes & Bell
JASON LONGSHORE WITH DUKES & BELL [9-17-21]

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 11:35


Atlanta United analyst Jason Longshore joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the red hot United, why has Barco become spark for the team in the midfield and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
JASON LONGSHORE WITH DUKES & BELL [9-17-21]

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 11:35


Atlanta United analyst Jason Longshore joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the red hot United, why has Barco become spark for the team in the midfield and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
Brooks Lennon with Dukes & Bell [9-16-21 ]

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 6:54


Atlanta United's Brooks Lennon joined Dukes & Bell and talked about the team's recent success, Barco's play during the run and why the rest of the MLS should be on notice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dukes & Bell
Brooks Lennon with Dukes & Bell [9-16-21 ]

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 6:54


Atlanta United's Brooks Lennon joined Dukes & Bell and talked about the team's recent success, Barco's play during the run and why the rest of the MLS should be on notice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Jason Longshore with John and Hugh

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 9:19


Atlanta United Analyst Jason Longshore speaks about United handling opponents they should be handling, the team not playing their best soccer yet, Pineda looking more and more like he's the guy, how often Barco gets taken out by opponents, United's set piece attacking, and this weekend's game against DC United. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
Jason Longshore with John and Hugh

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 9:19


Atlanta United Analyst Jason Longshore speaks about United handling opponents they should be handling, the team not playing their best soccer yet, Pineda looking more and more like he's the guy, how often Barco gets taken out by opponents, United's set piece attacking, and this weekend's game against DC United. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Soccer Down Here
Salty Takeaway 9/15: The Win Over FC Cincinnati

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 40:29


BAMM was on display at MBS against FC CincinnatiA brace from Josef, a goal from Araujo, and a goal from Barco with 2 assists from Alan FrancoA complete win win salt and sweet from y'all...Nick and Jon discuss

ATL ON FIRE - Fans of Atlanta United FC
#34 - Atlanta United Crush Orlando City 3-0 - Who's Your Daddy? Maybe not Josef, but Barco, Moreno and Araujo got something to say!

ATL ON FIRE - Fans of Atlanta United FC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 85:15


Dave and Mike talk about the USMNT and turbulent start to their World Cup Qualification games. Dave talks formation and tactics as a key ingredient to success during the Honduras nightmare that became a dream in the second half. Atlanta United might learn a thing or two from the US team's formation and tactical approach.  We recap a great 3-0 win over Orlando City as Barco, Araujo and Moreno put on a show. We talk about it all.

Ahora Jazz
Ahora Jazz (09/09/21)

Ahora Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021


Una mirada al jazz desde sus orígenes hasta nuestros días con atención especial al jazz en hecho en Extremadura, España e Portugal.  Con Javier del Barco.

Ahora Jazz
Ahora Jazz (08/09/21)

Ahora Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021


Una mirada al jazz desde sus orígenes hasta nuestros días con atención especial al jazz en hecho en Extremadura, España e Portugal.  Con Javier del Barco.

En Perspectiva
Conexión Interior - Conocemos a Patricia Santos y su travesía en barco con ganado vacuno en pie

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 31:08


Conexión Interior - Conocemos a Patricia Santos y su travesía en barco con ganado vacuno en pie by En Perspectiva

Medo e Delírio em Brasília
Dia 975 | O mercado abandona o barco | 02/09/21

Medo e Delírio em Brasília

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 40:17


Povo na merda; 7/9; Contarato. The post Dia 975 | O mercado abandona o barco | 02/09/21 appeared first on Central 3.

TV 247
Bom dia 247: Lula tem a missão de conduzir o barco até a vitória (2.9.21)

TV 247

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 181:56


Leonardo Attuch, José Reinaldo Carvalho, Dafne Ashton, Paulo Moreira Leite, Alex Solnik e Tereza Cruvinel debatem as principais notícias do dia com seus convidados especiais: Breno Altman (segunda-feira), Marcelo Auler e Milton Blay (terça-feira), Cynara Menezes (quarta-feira), André Constantine e Milton Blay (quinta-feira), Cynara Menezes, Brian Mier e Natália Urban (sexta-feira), Joaquim de Carvalho (sábado), Florestan Fernandes Júnior e Rodrigo Vianna (domingo).

Dukes & Bell
Darren Eales shows restraint, still calls out officiating as Barco continues to be targeted

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 2:50


Atlanta United President Darren Eales joined Dukes & Bell and talked about how Barco gets targeted by other teams and rarely gets the calls by the referees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
Darren Eales shows restraint, still calls out officiating as Barco continues to be targeted

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 2:50


Atlanta United President Darren Eales joined Dukes & Bell and talked about how Barco gets targeted by other teams and rarely gets the calls by the referees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dukes & Bell
Darren Eales with Dukes & Bell [8-31-21]

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 10:24


Atlanta United President Darren Eales joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the team's loss on Saturday to Nashville, does he think this team is still a playoff squad and why does Barco get fouled so much without any calls by the refs? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
Darren Eales with Dukes & Bell [8-31-21]

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 10:24


Atlanta United President Darren Eales joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the team's loss on Saturday to Nashville, does he think this team is still a playoff squad and why does Barco get fouled so much without any calls by the refs? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Woodwork
Jason Longshore with John and Hugh

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 9:43


Atlanta United Analyst Jason Longshore speaks about grabbing three points no matter how impressive the team looked, Pineda joining the team in DC but not coaching them yet, Rob Valentino coaching this team while communicating with Pineda, how Rob Valentino's role could change from where he was under Heinze, why United feels like they can make a run into the playoffs, if Barco is finally breaking out, and the concerns heading into Saturday's game against DC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Jason Longshore with John and Hugh

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 9:43


Atlanta United Analyst Jason Longshore speaks about grabbing three points no matter how impressive the team looked, Pineda joining the team in DC but not coaching them yet, Rob Valentino coaching this team while communicating with Pineda, how Rob Valentino's role could change from where he was under Heinze, why United feels like they can make a run into the playoffs, if Barco is finally breaking out, and the concerns heading into Saturday's game against DC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

En Casa de Herrero
El escaparate: La escapada en barco de Esther Doña y el juez Santiago Pedraz

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 35:20


Carmen Arreaza comenta con Pilar Vidal las revistas del corazón.

Atlanta United FC Weekly - a Home Before Dark Atlanta United Soccer and MLS Podcast
Atlanta United FC Weekly – 159 – ATLUTD vs LAFC – Keep Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’

Atlanta United FC Weekly - a Home Before Dark Atlanta United Soccer and MLS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 78:31


Not even Limp Bizkit could stop this train. Atlanta United and the Chocolate Starfish rolls on to its second consecutive win against LAFC. A win that continues to build on the momentum of recent weeks, but the team still has a lot of ground to make up if they are expected to make it into the playoffs. This week's win continued to showcase Atlanta's finer touches via Josef, Barco, Moreno, Bello, and Robinson, as well as a welcomed return by Brooks Lenon. The boys gather round to talk about it all as we look ahead to this week's matchup against league's worst Toronto FC. Can Atlanta continue on their current trajectory? Only time will tell. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark

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Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast
Episode 161 - The South Does Us DIRTY!!!

Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 47:24


Gone are the days of LAFC yore, where we would score goals upon goals and rack up points both at home and on the road. Like the apothecary table in friends, this season is definitely not from yore. It's from the Twilight Zone, with a little bit of the Upside Down sprinkled in. On Episode 161, LAFC makes its only appearance in an Eastern Conference home, as the Black and Gold travel to Atlanta to take on Josef Martinez and friends. In what was a microcosm of both teams' seasons thus far, it was a fun-to-watch but ultimately unsatisfying first half of play, ending 0-0. Eduard Atuesta's beautiful free kick to Mamadou Fall, resulting in a wonderful header that found the back of the net, was ultimately called offside in what looks to be the right call. Frustrating, but right. Romero made a couple of key saves for LAFC in the half. Fresh off the second half whistle, Atlanta benefitted from a poor touch by Murillo and pinpoint passing from Barco to Josef, and Atlanta was quickly on the board. LAFC tried to muster something in the second half, bringing on Arango for Brian Rodriguez, but ultimately, their effort fell flat. LAFC would remain scoreless for the second 45 minutes, and frustration turns into another poor result. LAFC falls 1-0.To make matters worse, in the 77th minute, Diego “Chiqui” Palacios went down with a non-contact knee injury that looked… bad. Like, really bad. We hope for the best but fear the worst for our beloved wing back. Also on this Episode, we wish a happy birthday to Papa Scarf, Scarf's dad John, as well as Mohamed Traore and Rodrigo Pacheco. The episode also has notes of Christian Ramirez, hints of mentions of Staebek and Aberdeen, and finishes with a flourish of a rant by Scarf himself. It takes a lot to impress Filly! We will be back for more Black and Gold banter on Episode 162 as we break down Vancouver, but until then, try not to sharpen those pitchforks all that much!

Off the Woodwork
Mike Conti with John and Hugh

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 10:38


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about Atlanta United needing the win and how impressive a performance they put up, Barco's performance and keeping him at that level consistently, if there is a more relaxed timeline to find a new manager due to performances under Valentino, the growth of George Bello, and where the Hawks stack up in the Eastern Conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Mike Conti with John and Hugh

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 10:38


Hawks and United Broadcaster Mike Conti talks about Atlanta United needing the win and how impressive a performance they put up, Barco's performance and keeping him at that level consistently, if there is a more relaxed timeline to find a new manager due to performances under Valentino, the growth of George Bello, and where the Hawks stack up in the Eastern Conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tiempo de Juego
Mari Carmen Vaz, en COPE: “En el confinamiento, hicimos trabajo en tierra como si estuviésemos en un barco"

Tiempo de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 6:57


ONU News
Barco afunda no Mediterrâneo e quase 60 pessoas continuam desaparecidas

ONU News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 1:35


UOL Vê TV
Splash Show #39: Jude Paulla comenta as críticas de Carlos Bolsonaro ao passeio de barco de Bruna Marquezine

UOL Vê TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 23:22


O Splash Show com Jude Paulla fala do novo casal do mundo dos famosos, Paolla Oliveira e Diogo Nogueira, as críticas de Carlos Bolsonaro ao passeio de barco de Bruna Marquezine, Rafa Kalimann e amigos, além do comentário de Juliette na foto de Luan Santana e mais notícias das celebridades.

Here & Now
Canada's Indigenous Residential Schools; COVID-19 Concerns At Olympics

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 42:44


More unmarked graves have been unearthed at a former Indigenous residential school site in Canada. The graves are believed to contain remains of Indigenous children forcibly taken from their families from the late 1880s to the 1990s. We talk with Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald. And, there have been a number of COVID-19 cases among athletes, team officials and others who've arrived in Tokyo for the Olympics. NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports from Japan.

Satellite Sisters
Summer Olympics Special feat. Olympian Kat Holmes, USA Fencing

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 70:48


Our Satellite Sisters Summer Olympics Special: What we are looking forward to, what we will miss and a special interview with Kat Holmes, member of USA Fencing who is going for the gold and daughter of longtime Satellite Sisters listener Lorrie!Satellite Sister of the Week: Astronaut Wally Funk.Thanks, NBC! We'll be watching ALL the Olympic action, starting with the Opening Ceremonies Friday night.Behind the Scenes at the Game: NPR's Mandalit del Barco's Facebook posts from Tokyo GamesWe will miss Coco Gauff and other athletes who will not compete because of positive COVID tests. Olympic Champion Katie Ledecky swims the first ever women's mile at the Olympics.Olympic newcomer Athing Mu competes on the track in the Women's 800 meters.Equestrian Jessica Springsteen, daughter of you-know-who and Patti Scialfa, competes in show jumping.Basketball star Dawn Staley coaches the US Women's Basketball Team.Entertaining Sisters:Julie recommends Ted Lasso Season 2 and Never Have I Ever Liz is debating about Immersive Van Gogh Lian reminds listeners that there are 3 great cookbooks on the Best Beach Bag Books list including Valerie Rice's Lush Life. Her instagram is @eatdrinkgarden. Find Lush Life recipes at https://www.eatdrinkgarden.comTune in for an interview Naomi Hirahara next week, author of Clark & DivisionThank you for supporting our sponsors and using these special urls: Kiwi Co. www.kiwico.com/sistersBetterHelp www.betterhelp.com/SATSISTERS.Zip Recruiter www.ziprecruiter.com/sistersMeUndies www.meundies.com/sistersCooking With Liz LIVE in the Satellite Sisters Facebook Group Thursday July 22 at 5 pm Pacific time.Recipes for this week: Cacio e Pepe Cheese Puffs and Pomegranate Gimlet, both by Ina Garten.For info on The Sweeney Sisters and Lian's online book clubs for The Sweeney Sisters go to www.liandolan.comVisit the website Satellite Sisters: A Pep Talk For Modern WomenSubscribe to our newsletter Pep Talk here.For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolanBuy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon.Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

En Casa de Herrero
Editorial Luis Herrero: Continúan las reacciones del Gobierno contra la sentencia del Constitucional

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 37:10


Luis Herrero entrevista a María Jesús del Barco, jueza decana de Madrid y portavoz de la Asociación Profesional de la Magistratura.

Innovación Sin Barreras
#050. Juana Barco — Encuentra tu estilo de liderazgo

Innovación Sin Barreras

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 46:23


En el episodio de hoy tenemos como invitada a Juana Barco, CEO y Co-Fundadora de Backstartup, la primera firma de contadores 100% virtual de América Latina, donde lidera un equipo de más de 70 personas con presencia en México, Colombia y próximamente Chile. Juana es una abogada y emprendedora Colombiana con más de 10 años de experiencia en derecho de las startups y más de 5 años liderando y dirigiendo un emprendimiento de alto impacto.En esta oportunidad, Juana nos compartirá cómo podemos encontrar nuestro propio estilo de liderazgo. Algo sumamente importante si estás emprendiendo una startup tecnológica o gestionando un equipo dentro de una corporación. Estoy seguro que las recomendaciones de Juana te servirán.EnlacesLinkedIn de Juana BarcoPágina web de BackstartupThe Managers HandbookLa columna sobre el sindrome del impostor

DianaUribe.fm
China y el Oriente maravilloso de Marco Polo III

DianaUribe.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 41:11


El último episodio de esta miniserie regresamos por mar hacia Venecia. Partiremos desde Hangzhou con el encargo de escoltar a una princesa hasta la lejana Persia. Pero hay tiempo para que Marco Polo nos hable de Cipango (Japón), un país que describió tan rico en oro que se convirtió en el destino soñado para muchos de los europeos. La travesía nos llevará a bordear la costa de Vietnam y desembarcaremos por provisiones en Java y Sumatra. Allí los venecianos quedarán fascinados con especias, piedras preciosas pero también con rinocerontes y elefantes.  En la última parte de la narración, Diana reflexiona sobre cómo los viajes de Marco Polo revivieron en su momento la conexión cultural entre Europa y China y también explica las oportunidades que vienen para China y el mundo con el fortalecimiento de la Ruta de la Seda de nuestros días. Notas del episodio Esta serie fue traída a ustedes gracias a la Embajada de la República Popular China en la República de Colombia Nuevamente les dejamos el libro de los Viajes de Marco Polo en edición de “Libro al viento”, versión que leímos para estos episodios Cipango, la fantástica isla dorada que buscaba Colón La verdad detrás de las leyendas del unicornio Sri Lanka, la “lágrima de la India”, un destino de viaje increible hoy y en los tiempos de Marco Polo Rustichello de Pisa ¿el verdadero autor de los Viajes de Marco Polo? Los maravillosos viajes de Zheng He y el “Barco del Tesoro” Los desafíos, prevenciones y oportunidades que trae la Nueva Ruta de la Seda   ¡Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianaUribe.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dianauribef... Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianauribefm?lang=es Pagina web: https://www.dianauribe.fm

Taurus Tech Talk
014: Collaboration Solutions

Taurus Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 32:04


In this episode of Taurus Tech Talk we are joined by Scott Grimm & Jeff Pelzl from Barco to discuss everything from Collaboration Solutions to sharks with laser beams on their heads! Scott and Jeff being by walking us through how they got started in the industry to telling us about what Barco stands for and how Barco are helping businesses navigate their way through the pandemic. We also had the opportunity to discuss the various products and solutions now offered by Barco and how they are helping companies on their digital transformation journey. Find out more about Barco by going to their website: https://www.barco.com/en/ Have a question that wasn't answered during this discussion? Let us know in the comments below! If you enjoyed this episode be sure to subscribe for all things Audio/Visual and follow us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/taurustechinc/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/taur... To get more information on Taurus Technologies you can visit our website at http://www.taurustechinc.com Thanks for watching and be sure to keep an eye out for our next episode of Taurus Tech Talk!

Sixteen:Nine
John Steinhauer, Barco

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 33:54


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Technology advances have made it feasible and relatively easy to fill large spaces, inside or outside, with big digital visuals that fill a defined space like a building lobby or other physical structure - with the idea of creating experiences that are memorable and have some sort of desired impact. It's being done with large format LED video walls, with projection mapping and still, in some cases, with skinny bezel LCD. Barco is in an interesting position because the company does all three, and has done so for many years. One of the first high-profile examples of what's been coined "techorating" (not my favorite phrase, but I get it) was the Comcast headquarters tower in Philly, which filled the entire back wall of its vast lobby with LED. That project was done, more than a dozen years ago, using fine pitch Barco LED product, and the experience is now a tourist attraction. I spoke with John Steinhauer, VP of Entertainment for Barco in the Americas, about the whole notion of incorporating large format digital into the original design or renovations for large spaces - from building lobbies to airports and attractions. We talk about the business model and recommended approaches. We also get into his experience in the past year. He started his new role - driving business for things like entertainment attractions, sports venues, live event and cinema - just as COVID hit, and all those activities dried up. They're coming back, he says, in a BIG way.    Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT John, thank you for joining me. Can you tell me what your role is at Barco?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, of course. First, Dave, thanks for having me. I really appreciate spending some time with you today. I am the Vice President of Entertainment for the Americas at Barco and I came to this position at an interesting time, almost the first days of the pandemic. Timing is everything they say, and I like to tell people that my first year has been an eventful year, but certainly, there've been no events and that was a challenge. But it did put us in a position to really look at our organization, look at our strategy or go to market, fortify our strengths and address our weaknesses. So it's really been a great first year and reflecting on it now and we're getting prepared for the big recovery, is what this is all about currently, and I think we are.  VP Entertainment sound like something teenage kids would love to have for their dad? What does it encompass?  John Steinhauer: I think eventually it will encompass some free tickets to shows. I know that you're right, Dave, my kids said, wow, that's a great job. What are the perks?  Yeah, but I'll define what entertainment is at Barco. It is our live events business, our rental and staging business, our proAV business, and our cinema business. There's also a group that does high-end residential and simulation, which is a really interesting business for us with flight simulators and things like that, a lot of government contracts. So we really have a wide expansive portfolio that addresses a lot of very different applications. As you said, just as you got started, I'm sure one of your first charges was to identify what the opportunity pipeline looks like and everything else, and then a pandemic hit and most of your markets dried up.  John Steinhauer: Exactly. There were really spots of innovation along the way to where I was really impressed by the live events industry and their resiliency and their creativity and how nimble they are, just by virtue of what they do. They build these elaborate systems and solutions for one night and they tear them down and take them somewhere else the next day. It's just who they are in terms of being nimble and things like using LED for XR stages, it became something really interesting, and a lot of people started driving a new form of production, you know camera production in front of the LED. So things like that came out, and other trends are really blossoming now around immersive museums, for example. So I think this is an industry that has a lot of resolve and it's going to take much more than a pandemic to bring it down. I'll tell you, I've been really impressed by the caliber of the partners we have and their strength and keeping a positive attitude, and really looking for ways to drive forward. If an industry ever deserved a comeback as this one does, it's going to be epic. I tell people that a lot, and when everybody hits the road at the same time, which every artist is hoping to do, it's going to be the recovery of a lifetime, I think, and we're really looking forward to it.  Why do you describe it that way? Are you hearing that sort of thing that there's going to be this tidal wave of live events and installations and everything else?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, everything from residencies in Las Vegas being announced, to the first shows putting dates out now. We do think there'll be a little latency around the sales side of the business because so much equipment has been dormant for so long, and it's finally going to be back at work. So it's not a statement on sales as much as it is on activity levels that will eventually become, I think, a boom all the way around.  You talked about the pause that COVID has created, and I've certainly spoken with a number of companies who said they use the past 15-16 months to examine what they do, their processes and their products and the whole nine yards.  I would imagine the same thing as applied here, that a lot of the people who are in the various facets of the entertainment industry, see the time to re-examine how they do things and maybe stop the momentum that kind of saw them doing things a certain way because they'd always done it that way. John Steinhauer: Yeah, definitely, and for us at Barco, we've had a history of being somewhat of a siloed company and difficult to do business with at times, and we had a chance to really reflect during this pause to just figure out culturally, what needed to change in how we went to the market and how we work together internally and just making it an easier experience to do business with us. I think when things light up, the community is really going to feel that. I know that during the downs. They're feeling it, we're staying connected. We have furloughed employees, like most of our customers have too. We're bringing back people. We're actually investing in hiring now, too. I think the future looks bright. We're guilty of investing ahead of revenue a little bit because we know it's a safe bet. This is an industry we know a lot about. We consider ourselves members of the community and not just vendors to the community. So we're reading the tea leaves and getting ready for what we think is going to be an explosive rebound.  Barco is in an interesting position because when we talk about some of these large-format displays that you see in live events and museums and buildings and everything else, they're LED, they're fine-pitch LED, but you can do fine-pitch LED, but you can also do projection and you can also do a narrow-bezel LCD. You've got the UniSee product, which genuinely has narrow bezels, unlike sometimes I see the product literature, I think that's not terribly narrow, but you're calling it invisible.  John Steinhauer: Yeah. We have a broad portfolio and you're right, and UniSee is definitely a big part of that portfolio. An LED is the first thing people think of when they think of wow factor in large format. But when you add in projection as you said, things like projection mapping are really experiencing a resurgence now, because not only are businesses trying to bring their employees back to their offices but the cities and municipalities are trying to get people out of their homes again. We're doing some incredibly creative outdoor mapping On bridges, landmark buildings, and cathedrals, and it's a global trend that is really exciting for us because we have a lot of horsepowers when it comes to those super high lumen projectors.  And the other big shift there is that it's a lot easier to do. I wrote a book, like a coffee table book, about projection mapping, 10 years ago, and at that time, it was just starting to emerge, but it was incredibly complicated to do, just the alignment and everything else, and now it's almost widgetized software.  John Steinhauer: Yeah, and it's crazy flexible too. If you look at this trend of the Van Gogh exhibits, that's going around the world, really taking traction here in the US too in multiple cities. They're re-purposing real estate, and sometimes warehouses and old buildings and building a museum and so think about that, the complexities of mapping, where you have to place the projectors. You're just going into an environment that is unknown sometimes and very different at times, and trying to position everything to get it just right, and that series has been incredibly successful for us, and we have a line of projectors that fits the bill perfectly, and it's one of those situations, it was something in our portfolio that wasn't the rocket ship.  It was the G-60 that I'm referring to, and this particular application put it on the map to the point where it's a supply chain issue now, and that's another podcast talking about the supply chain challenges currently, but it's interesting too when these things hit, you're not really sure what's going to emerge as the solution for the future. You have to ride with the industry, I think and follow the community, especially the creative side of the business. If you ever put a product out in the market, tell them this is what it does. It won't succeed. They'll tell you what it will do and you'll work with them to make sure it does.  Yeah, I was gonna say that I did an interview the other day where I was the person being interviewed and we're talking about trends and everything else and I said, one of the big mistakes I see over and over again regardless of the size of the project is people go in thinking about how they're going to apply a particular type of technology instead of, looking at the scenario, the environment, the circumstances, the dynamics of it and everything else, and then figuring out okay, if we're going to do something here, what would be the technology that would work best?  But, you see over and over again, people saying, “I'm going to put in a big LED video wall”, or “I'm going to put in a fine bezel or a narrow bezel LCD video wall here”, and they don't really know why. They haven't really thought about the content yet, but they're going to do it.  John Steinhauer: Exactly, and I think one of the strengths of our portfolio, in just that situation, we've been doing this during the downturn with the re-educating ourselves teams and training them, is that we're not selling tiles. We're listening to what the application is, what the experience needs to be, and then fitting a solution into that, and one of the nice things about the entertainment businesses is that we do get to speak directly with the creative decision-makers and the folks that are doing the design early enough, where we can have those kinds of conversations. We're not just responding to RFPs and things like that.  Yeah. One of the things that have also impressed me lately is when you have jobs that mash-up different technologies. So instead of it just being a LED video wall, that's part of it, but there's also projection and they're reactive with each other and they're synced. That to me is really exciting ‘cause you're doing the walls, you're doing the ceiling, you're doing the floors, potentially.  John Steinhauer: Yeah, and that's we're going to get to this “techorating” idea, and it's interesting because that term is old, it's I think it dates back to ‘08-'07, maybe even earlier. That term used to mean something, and I think now it means something very different, but it's what you just described. It's the overall experience, and there can be a number of ways you get there and it's not necessarily a wow factor lobby at a casino, it can be eBay's headquarters in California, it can be any corporate customer.  I know you have a digital signage background, a lot of signage, essentially pushes information to your people, and that plus an information and an entertainment component to that, and an immersive environment that draws people to the environment, whether it's bringing employees back or bringing people out of their homes into a city street, this application is different than the original, the original “techorating” trend.  Yeah, techorating is one of those terms that makes me cringe a little bit, but not as much as phygital. That one, just nails on a chalkboard, but I get it, I understand the concept around it.  What are you actually seeing out there? I think of techorating, going back to the Comcast Tower, which is actually a Barco installation going back a dozen years, maybe even more, where they filled a whole wall with LEDs that picked up the look and the look of the side wood walls, and all of a sudden stuff appears on it. Are we seeing much more of that? I get the sense that it's happening, but we're all in our little bunkers here, so I don't see it in person anymore. John Steinhauer: Yeah, exactly, and that's the whole point, right? I think what employers are trying to do is creating that pull back to the office instead of just saying, okay, here's how it is, you have to come back to work. Cause we know how that's going out there, people are getting comfortable in a new workplace and some roles will be distributed and remote, and we're even going through this at Barco. Some roles really require you to be in the office.  With the whole techorating, I think it's interesting because at one point, it was all flash and no one's ever seen it before, and I always go back to the Cosmopolitan Hotel, that's the first time I really experienced it. Super cool. But this is more, I think a lighthouse rediscovery of that. The concept's there, but it's really safely drawing ships back to shore, bringing the employees back into their workplaces, and depending on budgets, it can be very elaborate, it can be the kinds of things you saw in that lobby at the Cosmopolitan, or it can be just more technology than usual in different places, like not just in the experience center up on the top floor, but throughout the organization, multi-purpose rooms will have more technology in them in different types of content. I think this is also a great opportunity for our content providers. Companies who do this where, you know, before putting up displays in a break room or something was all about new policies, new hires, the temperature of the stock ticker, whatever. Now, employers want to create content that's compelling and creative in those spaces. Are you working directly or through some of the AV consultants that work with Barco, are you talking to people who design physical spaces and to engineers and to architects?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, architects, meeting planners, all the above, consultants, everything you mentioned, Dave, that is the community. That's really driving this because, unline pre-pandemic, where we were and before trends like this, it was very much established, “This is what you do. The briefing center is on the top floor. This is what resides in this room, this room, and this room.” Now companies are taking a fresh approach and they need guidance. They need expertise, and they're calling in these creative content companies to help.  And is that part of the secret sauce, not making this an AV or IT project? It has to be something like from the very first meeting, the site survey, the walk-through, the whole bit where you've got to have the creative people, you've got to have the architect. You've got to have all the different parties that are going to touch on this to really make it work. Because if you just put in a screen and then say, now we need something on it, that's not going to work!  John Steinhauer: Exactly, and it is that immersive experience approach to these environments that weren't there before. What's the business argument?  John Steinhauer: I think the business argument mostly right now is bringing those folks back into the office, and having a compelling reason to get them out of their space. If we had a video for this podcast, I could show you that I have a very carefully curated environment in my home office but I started in the video conferencing world. We were trying to get HD out at Lifesize early days, and I learned that early on. There are a lot of colors in my office, Placed in the right places. Most people don't do that, and I'm sure you've experienced this because everyone has. You've seen everything in the background. You've seen spouses walking by, you've seen dogs and cats and landscapers wailing into the un-muted microphones outside the windows.  In Canada, we have members of parliament who stripped down in the middle of conference calls.   John Steinhauer: I've seen that viral clip, yes. (Laughter) So I think what employers need is that environment where people say, okay I want to come back, and not only that, I want to be proud of the company I work for. I work for a great organization. This is a cool job, and I love going to work every day, and the 30-40 minute commute is worth it because I have great bandwidth, I have amazing facilities, all those things, and this is just a part of that puzzle, bringing those employees back, I think. Is that being driven by the employers? I mean, If you're the anchor tenant in an office tower of some kind or big house office block, that's one thing, but in a lot of cases, you have office towers where they might have 20 different tenants, and I've heard a number of times that commercial property owners are “techorating” their lobbies and other spaces because, A) it attracts tenants and B) it hangs on all the ones they have. John Steinhauer: Exactly. Yeah, I think you've totally seen it in those types of spaces and other kinds of perks. We just built a new space in California, I was there earlier this week. We have a little health club in there, a little gym, all those amenities, to attract your folks back in. Does it have to be on a grand scale, or are you seeing stuff that fits the size and maybe in a less vast space, you can also do something compelling?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, it totally fits the size, and again, I'll mention my trip to California this week. We have a lot of LEDs in our office. We don't have big voltage ceilings. We don't have a big grand lobby, but they're placed properly where it makes the space seem bigger, it really does, but it doesn't overpower the space.  We had a really good design consultation upfront on how to utilize the space appropriately because you're right too, you can totally overpower an environment. There can be heat dissipation issues that you don't anticipate and you can turn your office into a tanning salon after a while if you have too many LEDs on them.  Yeah, and I think that gets lost sometimes, in that everybody understandably because these are six-figure, potentially seven-figure projects. There's a lot of money involved and the buyers are looking at the visual quality of the displays, obviously, but maybe they're not thinking so much about things like heat generation, power consumption, weight, all those sorts of things.  John Steinhauer: Absolutely. Yeah, and those are important considerations, and that's why it really comes down to that team of consultants upfront. Everyone from the consultant themselves to the meeting space, the real estate, this is a team sell. We used to call it, I came from Whitlock before I joined Barco. So we were a large systems integrator, and we used to call it the Team bus.  We put everybody on the Team bus to go to that meeting because we have to consider all those things before anybody sends out a quote or starts thinking about how they're going to put this together. All those considerations have to be taken into account.  Is that going to be problematic going forward because people are going to be more reticent to travel. Even if they're vaccinated, they just say, you know what, I haven't traveled in a year and a half, I don't need to as much, or do you think it'll just shift back to on-site meetings because if you want to do this you gotta be there?  John Steinhauer: I think hybrid is here to stay. I'll be honest with you as someone who walks the walk, right? Last week I was in Atlanta for a live event, and it was spectacular. It was an opportunity to shake hands, see old friends, and have corridor conversations between the sessions, and I flew home thinking, this is the greatest thing, I missed it so much, this is the only way to go. And the following day I had to part two of that session, which was a virtual session. Big WebEx, a hundred people at it, instead of the smaller group based on COVID guidelines of how many you can have in the office in Atlanta.  So when I flew back here to Phoenix and I hosted that one, I just experienced all the benefits of reaching that many more people all at one time. The interactive chat boards we had, and we had production value on one side, and it was the best one to punch ever. I left there thinking, what we need to do as an organization is we have to figure it out to do both at once, right? We have to have that virtual aspect to go along with the live aspect so we can stream out to more people, we're looking into doing that with our next event, and I think that's going to carry over into live entertainment too, where these concerts, some cities are going to have restrictions on capacity, how many people can be in the arena and there's going to need to be that live stream that goes out. But there has to be value wrapped around it, incentive like a backstage meet and greet on video, question and answer for the artists after or before the show. All these pieces that first of all, make it something that you can charge for but also make it accessible to more people. So I think hybrid, overall, it's not a trend at all. It's something that's here to stay.  We've talked about office lobbies, building lobbies, that sort of thing, and you also mentioned museums and extended reality for production sets and so on. What kind of applications are you seeing out there? John Steinhauer: The most established application is the Van Gogh tour that's on right now, and that's projection mapping on a large scale. So about 70 to 100 projectors in each location, just a lot of expertise in the mapping side of it. It's just incredible.  I have not been to one yet. I've been invited to an opening and in London in a few weeks, when I go over there with some customers, hopefully, guidelines permitting and that one's called The Impressionists, so it's a different group of artists. But that is quite established. The XR stage stuff, the shooting in front of the video wall is also in the trend stage right now. We speak to a lot of people that are really active in that space and they believe that's here to stay too, but in a more of a hybrid: some location shooting, which is very expensive and some studio shooting around the LED wall. We play a big role in that with our image processing and it's an important sector for us. We feel as though there might be a shift from this pop-up experience out there. There was a need in the community, rose to the occasion, and created these studios and warehouses and all different kinds of locations. We think that trends are going to continue into the actual film studios and the Universals and the Sonys of the world too and that they'd have their own facilities over time. But right now it is in that trend phase, where it's all being outsourced to out of necessity.  Was that purely triggered by COVID or were some production companies starting to do that anyway? John Steinhauer: They were starting to do that and they were on the bleeding edge, when this happened, it became more viable. What about other places like attractions and sports and entertainment venues?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, sports, in particular, has always been good for us. If you're a hockey fan, you're Canadian, so please tell me you're a hockey fan.  I have to say it quietly, or I'll lose my passport, but I'm more into Premier League Football.  John Steinhauer: Okay. Fair enough. You know the playoffs are going on right now. The Canadiens are making it to the Stanley cup. The team they beat, Las Vegas Knights are a customer of ours, and if you watch the openings and I love the difference between the arenas, right? Because Canada has a very limited capacity for the crowd, it is very obvious, and then when you go to Vegas, it's a full house. The Canadian venue doesn't have the same amount of technology built into it, and it's pretty obvious when you watch on TV, but when you watch the Knights, well, it's Vegas too. But man, do they put on a show, and part of their show is our ice mapping. So the ice show you see at the beginning with all the player's names and the flags when the anthems are being sung, that's all our technology up in the rafters and we've had a lot of reference sites where we're doing that in the NHL, a lot of new franchises or some anyway, coming into the league that we're working with. My New York Islanders. I'm a born and raised Long Islander. Hopefully, we'll win tonight and advance. But they're building a new arena in Belmont, New York, which is right by the horse racetrack, and we're working with them on design and things now, too. So yeah, in the sports arenas, mapping is a very good business for us.  These are all-immersive, somewhat specialized things, but there's a long tail in all these kinds of facilities, particularly when you get to sports and entertainment venues where they're putting LED all over the damn place, is it inherent that you have to sell across the whole venue?  Like you can do the LED ribbon boards, you could do the scoreboard, you could do the big, fine pitch displays on the concourse and the whole bed, or can you just do the projection mapping?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, this is where our great partners come into play, and I'll speak about Whitlock, which is no longer around, the expertise that we brought to the table was...  They're part of AVI-SPL, in case anybody's wondering, they didn't just die.  John Steinhauer: No, they didn't die. I exited before that piece of the puzzle came together. So I've never been a part of that team, but yeah, it turned into the big mega guys in the industry and they are very skilled at putting together applications like this, everything from scoreboards and things that you mentioned that we don't do. They have access to that technology, all the audio, which is, a huge part of the venues. They do all that kind of stuff too.  So I'm an architect listening to this, or I'm a designer or end-user potentially, how does one engage with Barco? Is it through your partners or is it direct? How does all that work?  John Steinhauer: Yeah, it's through our partners, and through our sales team here in the Americas. But the best way I would say, because I want to have something concrete to say here at the end, in terms of contacting us, is to contact me, you can contact me directly and I can steer you into any direction you need. John.Steinhauer@Barco.com, and I'd be happy to help anyone who needs more information.  Perfect. That's a great way to end it.  John Steinhauer: Thank you, Dave.  Thank you. I appreciate your time.   

Rockeao Hablemos de Rock
Ep.15 - La pesadilla de pertener a una disquera. Entrevista con Enrique "Kiko" Rodriguez

Rockeao Hablemos de Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 37:53


Ep. 15 - La pesadilla de pertener a una disquera. Entrevista con Enrique "Kiko" Rodriguez de Barco de Papel Nos adentramos en el oscuro mundo de pertenecer a una disquera. ¿Es mejor ser un artista firmado o un artista independiente? Conversamos con Enrique “Kiko” Rodríguez sobre su experiencia junto a la banda Barco de Papel bajo el sello de Universal Music, las demandas a las que fueron impuestos y como se desenvuelve todo este litigio legal.  Acompañamos en esta interesante conversación con este músico y compositor puertorriqueño.   Rockeao in Partnership with Beyond Music Media San Juan, Puerto Rico 00921 www.rockeao.com www.facebook.com/rockeao   Rock Nacional Music Radio: www.rockinrico.com  

La Brújula
El malestar de los magistrados: "Era delito de sedición y malversación. Vamos a dejar impune que un político meta mano en la caja pública"

La Brújula

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 13:22


María Jesús del Barco portavoz de la Asociación Profesional de la Magistratura, en La Brújula

Five Takes On The Five Stripes
The one where our sheets are dirty

Five Takes On The Five Stripes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 33:56


1: Cubo is like my dog with her food at night, he refuses to finish. HIs work rate and effectiveness outside the 18 and final third is great but I don't believe he could walk a ball into the net. It doesn't matter how good the ball in is, he can't convert and it's infuriating.    2: Set piece defending is much improved. Man marking was effective and no Philly player was able to find space for a free header by getting in front of their defender. This has been a weak point of ours so I'm VERY happy to see improvement here.    3: Barco was surprisingly quiet. I expected more of a jolt and impact from little boat motoring around the pitch. I didn't really see him making many runs off the ball and the few touches he had didn't lead to anything. With Josef and Hyndmam out and Cubo being what he is, this is more opportunity for him to be the showcase piece he needs to be. It wasn't on display in the first half. He was much better in the 2nd.    4: We have to  start seeing matches out. The equalizing goal from Philly is #SCTOP10.  Glesnes should've been closed down sooner, but you can take nothing away from that strike. It's not the first time he's hit from range. The first goal tho, that's a switch off immediately after scoring and can't happen. Blowing back to back dos a cero leads in the final 15 minutes is demoralizing and sows doubt into the minds of us supporters and I'm sure the players as well. I would like to see a more defensive shape/subs from Heinze when we're up a goal or two and trying to see a game out. I love the brand of football he has us playing but sometimes you just gotta sit back and a see a game out. Fresh legs and sharp minds are needed.    5: I'm proud of my club for continuing to make priorities a priority. Releasing a kit (albeit with typos) that focuses on unification, diversity and equality reinforces the founding principals of Atlanta United. Results on the pitch may be inconsistent year to year but what ATL UTD stands for has always remained consistent and that was on full display yet again today with the kits, tifo and Dr Bernice King hitting the spike. 

Derivado Cast
#237 - A Netflix Invade todos os Blocos

Derivado Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 116:36


Não importa a qualidade, as produções da Netflix sempre arrumam um jeito de invadir o Derivado Cast. E, nesta semana, conseguiu se estender por quase todos os Blocos. Assim, se você também é fã da Netflix, venha saber nossas opiniões sobre a segunda parte da primeira temporada de Lupin, do reality documentário Os Mestres da Fritura, do filme Awake e do anime Filipino Trese. E, de quebra, ainda trouxemos uns highlights da segunda temporada de Why Women Kill e encerramos nossa cobertura de Solar Opposites. DeriPockets da Semana: The Mosquito Coast | Primeira Temporada

Un Momento con Alberto Mottesi
¿Para qué un barco en el puerto?

Un Momento con Alberto Mottesi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 5:00


Off the Woodwork
Jason Longshore with John and Hugh

Off the Woodwork

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 11:14


Atlanta United Analyst Jason Longshore speaks about the possibility of getting Damm or Barco back, if the Sounders are the best team in the MLS, the type of boost United can receive from the 94th minute winner, how he's seen the progress of the team develop in Heinze's first few games, what he expects from the hawks in the series against the Knicks, how to defend Julius Randle, and how the hawks will handle the officiating in the playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ExtraTime
Best 24 hours for MLS in CCL history? Full reaction + Wanchope to Loons

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 77:58


Glass half full? Or glass half empty? The Concacaf Champions League will test your emotions, and for now MLS clubs are rightfully thrilled. Two wins, two draws and one game to go … all on the road! Andrew, David and Doyle react to the results then chat with Atlanta United’s George Bello about the margins in Costa Rica, the Heinze effect, Josef and Barco, his international future and dreams of playing in Europe. Plus, headlines from around the league, including Minnesota United’s new No. 9. 1:13 - Check out the Since ‘96 gear at MLSstore.com! 8:06 - What a week for MLS in CCL 16:52 - Atlanta United’s stunning win over Alajuelense 24:24 - INTERVIEW: Atlanta United and USMNT left back George Bello 42:05 - Toronto FC grinds out a draw with Club Leon 51:39 - Did the Union have the most impressive performance of the week? 59:05 - Portland in good shape heading into the second leg of their series 1:03:38 - Minnesota United signs Ramon Abila, are they an MLS Cup Contender? 1:09:02 - Kevin Cabral + LA Galaxy 1:13:50 - Mailbag