On a Reaction Monday, we re-capped Buckeyes and Browns victories...spoke with Bill Bender of The Sporting News about the college football landscape...talked to Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the Bengals and Reds...and got the latest Ohio State news from Lettermen Row's Jeremy Birmingham.
Sean and Jim look at the lines for Saturday's Cincinnati-Notre Dame matchup. Sean talks to Keith Jenkins from The Cincinnati Enquirer for the Bearcat perspective of the game. Leprechaun Lunch is presented by First State Bank. First
Cincinnati Enquirer librarian Jeff Suess joins us. A California transplant, he talks about what a newspaper librarian does, baseball, the very famous film director from his hometown, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, TuneIn, and Spotify--- really anywhere you get your podcasts. Be sure to download and subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast theme is “Cincinnati” by Big Nothing who are actually from Philadelphia.
Sean Stires opens the show with conversation on Notre Dame’s quarterbacks and offensive line, Keith Jenkins from the Cincinnati Enquirer previews the Bearcats, Bobby Hensley and Stires discuss former Irish LB Jaylon Smith’s issues in Dallas, and
Sean Stires opens the show with conversation on Notre Dame's quarterbacks and offensive line, Keith Jenkins from the Cincinnati Enquirer previews the Bearcats, Bobby Hensley and Stires discuss former Irish LB Jaylon Smith's issues in Dallas, and
Cynthia Pinchback-Hines PhD, Racial Justice Educator & Co-op Developer, of Co-op Cincy, discusses the "Power in Numbers: Black Co-op U" and "Business Legacy Fund" Programs, and announced the Annual Union Co-op Symposium, which will be held on November 12 & 13, virtually and in-person. The 1st day of the conference will be virtual, and the 2nd day will be in-person in Cincinnati. Dr. Pinchback-Hines, has a professional career spanning four decades. She is a community activist and organizer, educator, organizational development consultant, diversity leader, entrepreneur, and board member to several non-profits. Cynthia holds a PhD. in Educational Leadership for Higher Education. She has taught at Virginia State University, Delaware State University, and served as Associate Dean of African American Affairs & Ethnic Services at Northern Kentucky University, where she provided academic, cultural, and social support to African American students. In addition, she has presented at numerous professional conferences and conducted countless workshops. The Cincinnati Enquirer named her one of the ten most influential educators in Cincinnati and presented her with a Diversity Leadership Award for her achievements at Cognis Corporation.
Keith Jenkins of the Cincinnati Enquirer joins Josh Neighbors to talk all things University of Cincinnati joining the Big 12 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Sports Rabbi spoke to a trio of guests about a number of brand new players in the Israel Winner Basketball League. First up Tom Miller from the Grand Forks Herald came on board to talk about Quinton Hooker who is playing the point for Bnei Herzliya while we also discussed the University of North Dakota sports. Next up was Dave Clark from the Cincinnati Enquirer who joined the show to discuss new Hapoel Jerusalem recruit Kaiser Gates who played at Xavier while Dom Amore from the Hartford Courant spoke about another new player with the Reds Jalen Adams. Subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.
In hour one, Mo talks about why this is the year for Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin to deliver now that they have “their guys.”In hour two, you'll hear from Joe Burrow who spoke to the media today. Mo also talks to Cincinnati Enquirer political columnist Jason Williams as the Bearcats have officially applied for Big 12 expansion.In hour three, Mo talks to Richard Skinner of Local 12 for their weekly Bengals conversation as the Bengals gear up for the season-opener against the Vikings. Mo then gives a hot take on the National League's second wild card.
The North American mineral rushes of the 19th Century saw hundreds of thousands flock to mountains and mines across the continent in search of fame and fortune, from panning for gold to working long, dangerous shifts down poorly run mines, entire industries exploded overnight, sucking in workers from around the world. During the San Juan Silver Rush of the 1870s, one of these workers was a young man named Alfred Packer, an epileptic, military cast-off, who drifted across America looking for his passport to a new life. He had lived a reasonably anonymous existence, until one fateful expedition saw him wind up almost starving to death, only surviving by eating his fellow party members, a surprisingly common occurrence in the Old West. SOURCES Keller, David (2015) The Story of Camp Douglas: Chicago's Forgotten Civil War Prison. The History Press, UK Schechter, Harold (2015) Man-Eater: The Saga of Alfred G. Packer, American Cannibal. Head of Zeus, London, UK. Brown, Robert Leaman (1965) An Empire of Silver: A History of the San Juan Silver Rush. Caldwell, Idaho, USA. Randolph, John A. (1874) A Colorado Tragedy. Harper's Weekly, Sunday 17th October, 1874. New York City, USA The Cincinnati Enquirer (1874) Revelation of a Horrible Crime - Sequel to a Recent Cannibalistic Sensation! The Cincinnati Enquirer, 9th September, 1874. p.1. USA The Abingdon Virginian (1874) A Horrible Diet. The Abingdon Virgianian, 25th September, 1874. p.1. USA El Paso Herald (1901) Packer Released. El Paso Herald, 8th January, 1901. p.1. USA The Herald (1989) Scientists Uncover Skull Bone. 19 July, 1989. p.22, USA. The Orlando Sentinel (1989) Cannibal. 23 July, 1989, p.12, USA. Christensen, Mike (1989) Final Word: Packer Guilty as Sin. The Daily Sentinal, 13 October, 1989, p.1. USA. ---------- For extended show notes, including maps, links and scripts, head over to darkhistories.com Support the show by using our link when you sign up to Audible: http://audibletrial.com/darkhistories or visit our Patreon for bonus episodes and Early Access: https://www.patreon.com/darkhistories The Dark Histories books are available to buy here: http://author.to/darkhistories Connect with us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/darkhistoriespodcast Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/darkhistories & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dark_histories/ Or you can contact us directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via voicemail on: (415) 286-5072 or join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/cmGcBFf The Dark Histories Butterfly was drawn by Courtney, who you can find on Instagram @bewildereye Music was recorded by me © Ben Cutmore 2017 Other Outro music was Paul Whiteman & his orchestra with Mildred Bailey - All of me (1931). It's out of copyright now, but if you're interested, that was that.
The Pac-12 will remain at 12 teams...the Reds won in Milwaukee and gained ground on the Padres and Cardinals...Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer talked Reds and Bengals with us...the Crew hosts FC Cincinnati tonight...College Football starts tomorrow with Nebraska/Illinois...and AJ Hawk made his usual Friday appearance.
Scott Ferrall talks about the Jaguars/Saints Monday Night Football Preseason Game, about the case being brought against Eric Kay in the death of Tyler Skaggs & about the Reds taking over the 2nd Wild Card with the Cincinnati Enquirer's Bob Nightengale Jr.
Tony opens the show by talking to Michael about his trip to Fisher's Island. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to go around the NFL and to discuss several QB situations, Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer phones in to talk about his back and forth with Naomi Osaka and the nature of media interviews of sports personalities, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Elektric Voodoo “Wake Up” ; “Telescope” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the 1-year anniversary of Morning Juice! We heard from Ryan Day, who held a press conference yesterday...talked Bengals with Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer...former Buckeye and current ESPN analyst Joey Galloway talked college football...and Lettermen Row's Spencer Holbrook joined us to break down OSU camp.
With the crime writers taking some more summer R&R, enjoy this classic rewind. Every once in a while, other podcast comes along and seems like the heir to "Serial." Few live up to the anticipation. Is it possible that the Cincinnati Enquirer's "Accused" podcast has replicated the secret sauce: a truly compelling murder mystery and the transparent, obsessive reporting which goes into the story? It sure is. Click here to get the Crime Writers On After Show, plus more exclusive content, on Patreon.: https://patreon.com/partnersincrimemedia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we have the co-hosts of the hit podcast "Cup of Nurses". Together Matt and Peter join Tina to talk about some very bizarre stories of nurses and other healthcare professionals caught on camera not having their best moment. They close the show with a heart shattering story of an amazing young nurse who just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time in Nashville, Tennessee. Please support our show by supporting our sponsors! Thank you to the American Nurses Credentialing Center for sponsoring our podcast. If you are thinking about getting certified in your nursing specialty, please go to https://pages.nursingworld.org/gnbn for more information! Thank you to Trusted Health for sponsoring this episode. Please go to https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn and fill out a profile to help support our podcast and see what opportunities are out there for you! Thank you to our new sponsor Samuel Merritt University. If you're interested in getting more information on their MSN and DNP programs and scholarships visit them at https://smumsn.com and show them how much you appreciate them for sponsoring our podcast! Thank you to CBD Stat for continuing to sponsor our podcast! If you're interested in CBD, go to https://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse and check them out! And of course our latest sponsor, Eko! Please visit them at https://ekohealth.com and use promo code GNBN for $20 off your purchase of the new Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope with Eko technology! Credits ABC News. (2016). Woman Secretly Records Her Doctors Insulting Her During Surgery [YouTube Video]. On YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twMrpJa95jU ABC News. (2018). Doctor caught on camera laughing and cursing at a patient [YouTube Video]. On YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFvU5AGs02U Anesthesiologist Complaint Filed. (2021). Scribd. https://www.scribd.com/doc/269588961/AesthesiologistComplaint-Filed BBC News. 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We heard from Ryan Day, Corey Dennis and the OSU quarterbacks from yesterday's press conference...former Oklahoma Sooner Dusty Dvoracek of Sirius XM talked about the new college football landscape with us...Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer gave an update on Bengals training camp...and Pat Murphy of Bucknuts joined us from the Woody Hayes Center where he watched OSU's first practice of fall camp.
BBB Presents: News Junkie, featuring Kathrine Nero, host of the Cincinnati Enquirer's Coffee Break with Kathrine. BBB's Sara Kemerer talks with Kathrine about what it's like to work in a constantly evolving news cycle, and the importance of sharing the untold positive stories from Tri-State neighborhoods.
Chuck Proudfit is the Founder and President of SKILLSOURCE®, which delivers sustainable growth in sales, profits and people to client companies through a focus on winning strategies, strong leadership and healthy cultures. SKILLSOURCE® integrates consulting, training and coaching services to deliver “Business Building” through carefully assembled teams of talented contractors. Chuck developed his general management expertise at three industry-leading firms: The Procter & Gamble Company, The Ernest & Julio Gallo Winery, and LensCrafters Corporation. Chuck earned his academic degree from Harvard University, where he pioneered the school's organizational development curriculum. Chuck has held adjunct faculty positions at the Great Oaks Institute and Cincinnati Christian University. Chuck has been quoted, interviewed, profiled and published in wide-ranging media such as Success, Outcomes, Inspire, BRAVE, Lead, NOW, Half Time Report and Christianity Today magazines; the Business Courier, The Small Business Journal, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Daily Herald, The Chicago Tribune, and The Boston Globe; as well as Soap Box media, Success Radio, Street Insider, Cision, American Dreamers, Revelations Documentaries and Fox TV. Chuck is the founder of At Work on Purpose, a ministry guiding Christians to integrate faith and work. He serves on the faculty for Transform Our World, an alliance of marketplace and ministry leaders working together to make the world a better place. Chuck is an advisory board member with Self Sustaining Enterprises, which generates profits for philanthropy through entrepreneurism. Chuck has led SKILLSOURCE® to a TriState Success Award for exceptional business growth, a Torch Award commendation for business ethics from the Better Business Bureau, and a Perfect 10 Certified Corporate Culture designation. Chuck has received the Angel Award for community service from the Smith Family Foundation. Chuck holds a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do under U.S. Olympic Coach Hong Kong Kim. He serves as an Elder at Grace Chapel near his home in Mason, Ohio, and periodically leads business people on missions trips to under-resourced countries. Chuck and his wife Jeryl are the proud parents of Aidan and Maya, both adopted as infants from South Korea.
Happy Tuesday! Pryor & the Tattoo Gate 5 want their records back, Pete Alonso dominates the home run derby, Cincinnati Enquirer's Bobby Nightengale jr joins at 12:33pm, Peyton Manning believes Rodgers will stay in GB, PFF's Sam Monson joins at 1:33pm, High school coaches discuss Ryan Day's recruiting efforts in Ohio, future HR derby challengers & FanSided's Patrick Schmidt joins at 2:33pm!
A sense of wonder is an active ingredient in a passionate life. Even suffering and restlessness can be seen with curiosity, says Levoy. Making space in our minds for the unknown, and allowing creativity to flow, he says, can keep us from being pulled into the “burden of purpose.” Levoy talks of the powerful effects of small actions and the importance of saying “yes.” Gregg Levoy is a former adjunct professor of journalism at the University of New Mexico, and former columnist and reporter for USA Today and the Cincinnati Enquirer. He's written for the New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, Omni, and Psychology Today. He has presented lectures and seminars for the Smithsonian Institution, Environmental Protection Agency, Microsoft, National Conference on Positive Aging, American Counseling Association, National Career Development Association, and others. He is the author of Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion (Penguin 2014) and Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life (Random House 1998) Interview Date: 4/16/2015 Tags: MP3, Gregg Levoy, awe and wonder, passionate life, cognitive upgrade, taking risk, adventure gene, trimtab factor, trimtab effect, Carl Sagan, kindergarteners, vitality, enthusiasm, not knowing, ask questions, football, stop and smell, mammalian brain, ten percent, restless, suffering, wild kingdom, critic and creator, momentum, source not resource, nature, aliveness, relationships, spark, space, passion and security, commitment, gap for spark, paradox, indecision, excuses, say yes, Personal Transformation, Relationship/Partnership/Sexuality, Philosophy, Art & Creativity, Writing
Gregg Levoy is a former adjunct professor of journalism at the University of New Mexico, and former columnist and reporter for USA Today and the Cincinnati Enquirer. He's written for the New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, Omni, and Psychology Today. He has presented lectures and seminars for the Smithsonian Institution, Environmental Protection Agency, Microsoft, National Conference on Positive Aging, American Counseling Association, National Career Development Association, and others. He is the author of Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion (Penguin 2014) and Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life (Random House 1998)Interview Date: 4/16/2015 Tags: MP3, Gregg Levoy, retirement, passion, entropy, dispassion, vitality, reigniting our spark, tenure, acknowledge what is missing, negative thoughts, mission statement, Chartres Cathedral, saying yes, improv, making lists, Psychology, Personal Transformation, Self Help
Baker Mayfield could be getting a contract extension this summer...Rick Ricart joined us for "They're Dealin'"...Trae Young goes off on the Bucks...NFL Combine is for sale...Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer updated us on the Bengals...and Pat Murphy of Bucknuts talked OSU football.
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 4: The Green Bay Packers have started their mandatory minicamps without Aaron Rodgers. Hear Gary and Sparky react to some of the news coming out of Green Bay. Then, we continue our coverage of the monstrosity that was Bucks-Nets Game 2. Later, Bobby Nightengale from the Cincinnati Enquirer joins the program to preview Brewers-Reds as the Crew is red hot coming off the sweep of the Diamondbacks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's story involves a double homicide that occurred on October 12, 2001 in Cincinnati, Ohio at 1278 Quebec Road. Frank Drees and his friend Vicki Waters were out at a bar enjoying some time together. While at the bar, an ex-boyfriend of Vicki's confronted Frank and Vicki. There was a verbal confrontation that ended with the ex being kicked out of the bar. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the couple had asked a friend for a ride home. The friend said she would drive them home after she used the restroom. But after using the restroom, Frank and Vicki had already left. She assumed they found another ride. Shortly after Frank and Vicki arrived at Frank's residence on Quebec Road, they were murdered. It's believed the killer approached them and shot Frank first. He died immediately. Vicki survived being shot, but later died in the hospital. Her family had to make the horrific decision to remove her from life support. If you know anything about either homicide, please contact Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040. And if you would like additional information about this case, please visit the Justice for Frank and Vicki FB page. Please also visit my website for more information about my true crime and paranormal newspaper columns at www.themarcabe.com. You can also help support my podcast by making a Paypal donation to email@example.com at https://bit.ly/39iw6iz. If you would like to contact me about this podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whatever happened to Cincinnattitude? First there was a moment that ignited Nicholas Castellanos and the Reds. Then it was a T-shirt. Now it's a huge, looming poster at Great American Ball Park, just as Castellanos was a huge, looming presence when he looked down on a Cardinals rookie pitcher at home plate and flexed. But what if that striking image of the Reds season is the high point of the season -- and there's no substance, no strength behind the flex. Cincinnati Enquirer baseball writer Bobby Nightengale joins the Best Podcast in Baseball and St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss the Reds, their peripheral contention in the NL Central, and the division at large. Is there a trade that would radically reshape the division race and catapult Cincinnati into the swaggering, bat-flipping, flexing team they say they want to be? The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OSU Coach Ryan Day joined us bright and early as he was making his way to work, getting ready to welcome recruits for on-campus visits for the first time in 15 months. Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer talked Bengals OTA's with us...Hayden Grove of Cleveland.com shared his thoughts on the Browns upcoming season...and we talked about the anxiety of Naomi Osaka and the delight taken that the Maple Leafs have exited the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Lance reacts to the Reds embarrassing 19-4 loss to the Giants earlier this afternoon. In hour two, Lance discusses a point made by Cincinnati Enquirer sports columnist Paul Daugherty on why he believes we as fans have mistaken mediocrity for hope when it comes to our teams and why we accept mediocrity altogether. He then talks to Alexandra Swayne on qualifying for the Women's U.S. Open. In hour three, Lance talks about if Major League Baseball should implement a mercy rule and about hitters swinging for the fences against position players. Lance also wishes legendary former Moeller head football coach Gerry Faust a Happy Birthday and plays a Marty and Joe call from 1980.
My guest on this episode of Nobody’s Safe w/Brady Laber is Richard Skinner who is Digital Sports Editor for Local-12 WKRC and the host of the Skinny Podcast. Skinny was born in Cincinnati and his parents worked for American Airlines. He spent his early years being relocated to New York and Oklahoma before returning to Northern Kentucky permanently when he was in middle school. He credits playing sports and his dad’s love for the Reds, Bengals and UK Wildcats for developing his passion. Skinny played high school baseball at Dixie Heights High School for head coach Dean Fookes. He attempted walking-on to the baseball team at the University of Kentucky before taking his current path. Although it didn’t work out he’s glad he took a chance at landing a spot on the team led by head coach Keith Madison. He has the opportunity to do play-by-play of UK home games and as a senior writes for the student newspaper The Kernel. Skinny was able to develop relationships with many of the veteran local media members. One person in particular that helped him was Keith Elkins who he teamed up with on those broadcasts of Kentucky games. After graduation Skinny returned to Northern Kentucky writing for a weekly newspaper and working as a producer at WCPO Channel 9. His first full-time job was working for a daily newspaper in Maysville, Kentucky called the Ledger Independent. After a few years, Skinny catches on with the Cincinnati Post doing a variety of jobs before landing his first full-time beat to cover. A fellow by the name of Tom Gamble is who got Skinny on board at The Post. Skinny was with the weekly paper called The Recorder when he started to doing some play-by-play work working for a man named Ted Bushelman. He credits Ted with taking a chance on him and giving him the opportunity to grow as a broadcaster doing many different such as bowling and steeplechases along with the more traditional sports. Skinny starts to also do radio shows on the local sports talk scene. One on his first pairings is with Art Schilchter. Skinny recalls Art and how talented he was a football player and broadcaster but how he was also self destructive due to his gambling addiction. Skinny also did a sports talk show on a local cable television show hosted by Don Weber called The Press Box. We talk about Don and the mark he left on the high school sports scene. This is also where Skinny was first paired with Tom Gamble and shortly thereafter the duo become the Two Angry Guys. If you would like to listen to listen to my full conversation with Don Weber on Episode 12 of Nobody's Safe with Brady Laber click here (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm/12). Skinny and Gamble where first teamed with the originator of sports talk radio Bob Trumpy for a morning show. He talks about working with Trumpy and how that was sometimes difficult. He also talks about working with Gamble for many years and how successful the show was before it became emotionally draining. He talks about some of the beats he covered for The Post and Cincinnati Enquirer focusing specially on the Kentucky Wildcats and Cincinnati Bengals. Also, Skinny shared that his true passion is that of being a coach. He has mainly worked in basketball and he talked about he started coaching his daughter on the youth level. He eventually starts coaching a boys AAU team and is now the freshman head coach at Beechwood High School. He currently works at Local 12 providing content for the TV staton’s website. We talk about how that job came to be and how that developed into him getting into the podcast world. Skinny has many different versions of The Skinny Podcast but the two that are the most popular is a college basketball one with Rick Broering and Chad Brendel along with a weekly potpourri edition with Broering. We talk about a specific segment of that show that is very entertaining called Ask Skinny Anything. If you would like to listen to listen to my full conversation with Rick Broering on Episode 39 of Nobody's Safe with Brady Laber click here (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm/39). To close out we talk about his versatility and how it seems that he rarely says no to an opportunity. He talks about how he has had a lot of people help him throughout his career and prides himself on doing the same with people who are up-and-coming in the business. You can follow Skinny on Twitter @Local12Skinny (https://twitter.com/Local12Skinny), view his content on Local12.com (https://local12.com) and listen to The Skinny Podcast (https://twitter.com/SkinnyPodcast) anywhere podcast are available. You can follow Brady Laber on Twitter @BradyLaber1 (https://twitter.com/BradyLaber1) please use the hashtag #NobodysSafe Check out the Nobody’s Safe website at nobodysssafe.fireside.fm (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm) to listen to all episodes on demand and in their entirety. For more information on Stove Leg Media go the website StoveLeg.com (https://www.stoveleg.com) or send an email to Podcasts@stoveleg.com Intro music for the podcast was provided by bensoud.com (https://www.bensound.com)
The news to know for Tuesday, May 4th, 2021! We have updates about: more severe weather on the way and where more than a dozen tornadoes were reported already the new rule now in place that President Biden has been going back and forth on the eyesight issue impacting more children than ever before one of the world's richest couples splitting up two well-known internet brands getting sold for a fraction of what they were once worth Teacher Appreciation Day Those stories and more in just 10 minutes! Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com or see sources below to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is brought to you by LightStream.com/newsworthy and Noom.com/newsworthy Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Become one here: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider Sources: Severe Storm Damage, Next Threat: AP, Weather Channel, USA Today, NWS Mexico City Overpass Collapse: Reuters, AP, NBC News, ABC News U.S. Raises Refugee Admission Cap: Politico, NPR, WSJ, Fox News, White House EPA Climate Change Action: WaPo, NY Times, AP, NPR, EPA FDA Could OK Vaccine for Adolescents Soon: CBS News, NY Times, USA Today More Children Near-Sighted: NY Times, WaPo, ResearchGate, WHO Bill and Melinda Gates Divorce: CNBC, BBC, NPR, Bill Gates, Forbes Verizon Sells Yahoo and AOL: USA Today, WSJ, TechCrunch, The Verge, Verizon Kroger’s Drone Home Delivery: Kroger, Cincinnati Enquirer, The Verge, Fox Business Tanker Truck Driver Shortage: Fox Business, CNN, ABC News Teacher Appreciation Day & Deals: Thrillist, USA Today, White House, Admissionsly, NCES
My guest on this episode of Nobody’s Safe w/Brady Laber is Rick Broering who is the radio analyst for NKU basketball, publisher for Musketeer Report and Digital Content Producer at Local 12 in Cincinnati. Rick knew from a young age that he wanted to maximize his love of sports by eventually becoming a college basketball play-by-play broadcaster. He talks about using a tape recorder to practice calling games starting when he was 11 years old. Rick talks about growing up in Northern Kentucky and attending Holy Cross High School which is located in the Latonia section of Covington. We talk about some of the influential coaches and teachers that he encountered and learned from at Holy Cross. After briefly flirting with the idea of playing college baseball, Rick decides instead to attend Northern Kentucky University and major in Radio/TV. Rick ended up graduating from NKU with a double major that included journalism. We talked about the professors that we both learned from during our time at NKU including Mary Cupito, Brad King and Wes Akers. Speaking of Wes Akers, the two of us recall getting the chance to receive hands-on experience thanks to him and Bill Farro running a student production that produced live NKU men’s and women’s basketball games. Rick runs through his extensive resume that includes quite a bit of work while he us still a college student. This includes doing internet play-by-play and running a website with his own blog the covering high school sports. One of Rick’s goals has been to do sports talk radio and he gets his chance working for a short-lived FM sports station in Cincinnati. That experience helped him gain experience to later be a guest on many different sports talk shows in the market. Rick eventually lands a position working on a rivals.com site that produces content to cover the Xavier men’s basketball program. He eventually becomes the publisher of the site that now known as MusketeerReport.com (https://247sports.com/college/xavier/) After a stint as the Kentucky preps beat writer at the Cincinnati Enquirer, Rick lands a full-time at Local 12 WKRC-TV as the digital content producer. This eventually leads to him teaming up with Richard Skinner and the two combine to work on the very popular “Skinny Podcast” that can be found on local12.com (https://local12.com/sports/the-skinny-podcast) In 2019, Rick is hired by Learfield Sports as an in-season replacement to be the new radio analyst for NKU men’s basketball. He is teamed with longtime play-by-play broadcaster Jim Kelch who Rick credits with teaching him to be make the transition as seamless as possible. You can follow Rick on Twitter @RickBroering (https://twitter.com/RickBroering), Musketeer Report on Twitter @musketeerreport (https://twitter.com/musketeerreport) and Local 12/WKRC-TV @Local12 (https://twitter.com/Local12). You can follow Brady Laber on Twitter @BradyLaber1 (https://twitter.com/BradyLaber1) please use the hashtag #NobodysSafe Check out the Nobody’s Safe website at nobodysssafe.fireside.fm (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm) to listen to all episodes on demand and in their entirety. For more information on Stove Leg Media go the website StoveLeg.com (https://www.stoveleg.com) or send an email to Podcasts@stoveleg.com Intro music for the podcast was provided by bensoud.com (https://www.bensound.com)
The Blue Jackets snapped their 9-game skid...the Reds and Indians both get victories...we listened to Urban Meyer talking about the Jaguars' draft plans...Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer filled us in on the Bengals' draft...and Kirk Herbstreit joined us and had some interesting thoughts on the transfer portal.
Tim Murray and Matt Holt talk about the continued movement for the 3rd pick of the draft. They then talk about what the Bengals might do at 5, and Tyler Dragon from the Cincinnati Enquirer joins to discuss what he's heard about that pick. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
John Canzano talks with Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the Bengals and whether or not they are targeting former Oregon Duck Penei Sewell. Then Ben Golliver of the Washington Post joins the show to discuss his new book about his experience in the NBA Bubble and the Portland Trail Blazers. We also play the Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, The Culligan Water Cooler Report, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer to get the latest on what the Bengals are looking to do with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. Canzano asks Dragon what the options are for the Bengals at No. 5, if Joe Burrow has a say in their draft decision and his status to return for the 2021 season, how bad the offensive line issues are, if his experience competing in athletics at a high level helps with reporting, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
The Blue Jackets lost again in Florida...Todd McShay is not bullish on Justin Fields...Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer joined us to talk Reds baseball...Buckeye Show host Tim Hall did his best Mel Kiper impersonation...and Jim Lachey of the OSU Football Radio Network talked about the Buckeyes' offensive line.
OSU Coach Ryan Day joined us to recap the Spring Game...Alex Smith has retired from the NFL. We listened to his announcement...Lindsay Patterson of the Cincinnati Enquirer gave us the latest scoop on the Bengals draft...and Spencer Holbrook of Lettermen Row joined us to talk all things Buckeye football.
“Be intellectually honest in any decision - otherwise you only see the answer that you want to see.” Charlotte Otto served as P&G’s Global External Relations Officer for thirteen years, and later as Senior Corporate Advisor to PR industry leader Weber Shandwick for six years. At P&G - Charlotte led the company's external relations activities worldwide - including media relations, employee + shareholder communications, government +community relations, and corporate contributions. Charlotte led a 33 year career at P&G, rising through the ranks of Brand Management and Corporate Comms, and was the trusted counselor to five P&G CEOs. In fact, Charlotte was P&G’s first female corporate officer. Charlotte has received numerous industry accolades - including being named Woman of the Year AND Corporate Woman of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirer, as well as receiving the Matrix Award for Public Relations, and the prestigious Paladin award. Charlotte’s a proud Purdue Alum, where she received her Bachelors and Masters — and she even studied at the Culinary Institute of America. In a great conversation about intention - and serendipity - you’ll learn about the power of embracing a path never imagined, and removing our own blinders to be truly intellectually honest and objective about whatever situations we may face.
Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss Eloy Jimenez and Nick Anderson’s injuries, why this season could be a war of attrition, and his playoff picks. Then, it’s the debut of the podcast’s feature series with a story on Alex Verdugo. Next, Todd Radom with Forgotten Franchises on the Chicago Whales and the weekly quiz. Later, The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Bobby Nightengale Jr. previews the 2021 Reds.