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Cracking the Vault
Episode 50: Happy 50th Episode!

Cracking the Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 41:02


We have been going for 50 episodes, now! CTV has been a blast for us and we decided to spend our 50th episode just chit chatting, reminiscing, talking about food, and Jamie tries her hand at Disney World trivia! Thank you all for sticking with us for 50 episodes! Find Cracking the Vault on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram @CrackingtheVault_Podcast, and give us a follow and a review to leave your thoughts on Apple Podcasts! HUGE shout out to the multi-talented composer Tyler Griffin for the FANTASMIC opening jingle. Find out more about his musical genius at TylerAGriffin.com  

Next in Marketing
Why Molson Coors wants the big TV companies to get over themselves and collaborate more

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 42:49


Next in Marketing spoke with Brad Feinberg, NA VP of Media and Consumer Engagement at Molson Coors about how the beverage giant is grappling with trying to reach younger (21+) drinkers who are turning away from not just traditional TV but even live sports. Feinberg urged the biggest players in TV to make it easier to reach more targeting audiences across streaming platforms by working together- rather than leaning on proprietary data solutions. Guest: Brad FeinbergHost: Mike Shields

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin
Defining Insecurities

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 20:44


Melanie Pump is an accomplished CFO and business leader. She is also the author of Detox: Managing Insecurity in the Workplace. In the book, she shares her learnings and experiences on the impacts of toxic work environments. Melanie has appeared on CTV, FOX, ABC and Sirius XM. Her website, melaniepump.com, includes more helpful insight on how businesses and employees can reach their full potential. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: jon@jondwoskin.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!   Connect with Melanie Pump: Website: www.melaniepump.com Twitter: https://www.twiter.com/melaniepumpCFO Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melaniepumpCFO LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/melaniepumpCFO Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melaniepumpCFO

The Drive
The Drive - July 29, 2022 - Hour 3

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


AJ and Lee are joined by CTV's Jeremie Charron to start the hour. Then the fellas talk some golf, including the news that Charles Barkley isn't jumping to the LIV Tour. They wrap up the hour by talking some CFL with JP Bolduc

TGOR
The Drive - July 29, 2022 - Hour 3

TGOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 54:26


AJ and Lee are joined by CTV's Jeremie Charron to start the hour. Then the fellas talk some golf, including the news that Charles Barkley isn't jumping to the LIV Tour. They wrap up the hour by talking some CFL with JP Bolduc

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman
Keep your pet healthier & happier with Dr. Ali J. Chernoff and Dog On Nutrition

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 31:47


Today you will get a glimpse into dog nutrition with the dog nutritionist who discusses some great tips for your dogs to keep them healthier and happier!  ⁣This includes some excellent hydration tips, food tips, and more. Ali J. Chernoff, is a Registered Dietitian who has over two decades of experience in the industry. She has started conducting dog nutrition counselling on the side especially focusing on transitioning dogs from dog food to whole foods! Who doesn't want their dog to be healthy, happy and live a better life and, of course. have a shiny coat! Since 1993, Ali has been involved in numerous activities related to the field of nutrition, including dietitian services at many schools and sporting events and family counseling. She currently offers food tours that focus on shopping for families, diabetes education, and food label interpretation. She has been showcased in a variety of media formats including: CTV news, Breakfast Television, Chowtime, First Talk and the Shopping Bags, Chatelaine, Today's Parent, the Vancouver Sun, the Province, Ottawa Citizen and the Vancouver Courier, as well as News 1130, the Rutherford Show, and Evolution 107.9. Ali started a second company called Energy Essentials 24-7 Inc. to develop healthy whole foods such as a 7% M.F. Low Fat cheese, called Essential that was sold in August 2016. In the summer of 2010, she co-authored a book called Good Food Baby, which features healthy recipes and tips for parents. It has everything that they need to know about nutrition for their baby from birth to one year of age. In the spring of 2011, she co-authored her second book called Good Food Toddler, which features healthy recipes, great ideas for menu planning, snacks and dining out options. It also offers tips on many common situations, such as dealing with picky eaters or planning a party for tots with food allergies. She is an avid skier during the winter months and golfs in the summer, a true Vancouverite. Every year she tries to travel to an interesting place in the world to experience different cultures and try new foods. To learn more visit⁣https://nutritionatitsbest.com – human nutritionHttps://dogonnutrition.com – dog nutritionhttps://goodfoodbaby.com – two books Good Food Baby and Good Food ToddlerIG: https://www.instagram.com/nutritionunique/Twitter: https://twitter.com/NutritionUnique PetPIX World MagazIne is now officially in Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B6S2RSS3/ref=cm_sw_r_fm_api_gl_RSQDFPF20W79J5N21TWC?fbclid=IwAR1qE4LTJGqU87Cl0ivZ1YoLH2zVy2RoCTgJpdsN5eJEtB5t4R2QhBSxQxAJoin our free Petpix community:Join the PetPix World CommunityCheck our Petpix world free courses:https://www.petpixworld.com/free-courses 

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - MICHELLE GOLDBERG - The Means Of Reproduction Sex, Power, and the Future of the World

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 42:25


Michelle was the author of the bestselling book Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism - she is an author who doesn't shy away from controversial issues: from the influence of religious fundamentalism in political life, to the global debate over abortion, she is an unabashedly liberal voice willing to take on tough issues; and while headlines are grabbed these days by the economy, our current president and his Secretary of State have repeatedly said that women's rights around the globe will be central to their foreign policy mission -with good reason: If half the world's population remains vulnerable to being unhealthy, unschooled, unfed, and unpaid, the hope of advancing democracy and prosperity is in serious jeopardy. - www.kingdomcoming.com

Next in Marketing
"We need radical collaboration" - Why Doug Rozen, CEO of dentsu Media in the Americas, think media agencies may need to work together more

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 34:27


Next in Marketing chatted with Doug Rozen CEO of dentsu Media in the Americas, about the notion that some of the major ad holding companies may need to come to agreement on new standards and definitions in order to move advanced TV advertising forward. Specifically, Rozen theorized that the buy side may need to match the efforts of OpenAP, a joint venture between NBCUniversal, Paramount and others - or even join them. In addition, Rozen talked about why he believes that once TV figures out currency, measuring attention will become the next battleground. Guest: Doug RozenHost: Mike Shields

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR. MONA LISA SCHULZ - Medical Intuitive

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:22


Mona Lisa Schulz (Dr.Mona Lisa), is a medical intuitive. Dr. Schulz received her doctorate in behavioral neuroscience from Boston University School of Medicine in 1993. In addition to her extensive background in health and brain research, Dr. Schulz has been a practicing medical intuitive for 19 years. During a medical intuitive consultation, knowing only someone's name and age, Mona Lisa discerns both a person's physical condition and the emotional state of his or her life, explaining how the two are linked. Dr. Schulz teaches us how to become aware of how our symptoms of illness are part of our intuition network, letting us know when something in our lives is out of balance. During a medical intuitive consultation, there is no physician/patient relationship, nor is any psychotherapy being performed. Mona Lisa will educate you in how specific emotional situations in your life are associated with the increased risk of illness in a specific organ in your body. - www.drmonalisa.co

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - STEPHANIE RISELEY - Both Sides Now

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:04


Stephanie Riseley has been having sex with her husband. That statement, in itself, may not shock you - the fact that "Dan the man" has been dead for a couple of years now might. In Love From Both Sides (Findhorn Press/Paperback/$17.95) Stephanie Riseley describes an astonishing phenomenon - the return of the love of her life, from the other side. When Dan passes away suddenly, unbearable grief almost consumes his heartbroken wife. While she is deep in despair, Stephanie claims Dan comes back to her. Its not just messages from the other side either. Riseley describes how they continue their emotional and their physical relationship. While many of us suspect that the deep emotional bonds we share with our loved ones never die, few ever claim to experience love beyond the grave. If they do, we dismiss them as crackpots. Indeed, Riseley is incredulous when she first experiences Dan's attempts to contact her. What makes Love From Both Sides hard to dismiss however, is the unmitigated raw emotion she shares and the authentic descriptions of her interactions with Dan. Riseley admits that this unusual experience affects her relationships with the living, her stepson, close friends, extended family, with whom she shares the story. Despite their skepticism and concern for her sanity, Riseley continues to believe it to be real. She is courageous in her exploration of love, bonding and forgiveness and the way in which they might transcend the physical boundaries of life and death. Eventually, she meets others who share with her their own similar experiences. This is a pure and poignant account of love and the after life that melts the skepticism of any reader. Ultimately, Love From Both Sides becomes a moving testament to the power of love. - www.stephanieriseley.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - DOUGLAS JAMES COTTRELL - Professor X

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:07


-Douglas James Cottrell is a Canadian psychic or trance clairvoyant, healer and author. A writer and journalist once referred to Douglas as "the only authenticated successor to the Edgar Cayce phenomenon." Often, Douglas's Deep Trance Meditation style is compared to that of Edgar Cayce, one of the most-documented intuitives of our century. In fact, the media has dubbed Douglas, "Canada's Edgar Cayce." Douglas is among a select few who are able to genuinely demonstrate a variety of different mental/spiritual abilities: remote viewing, clairvoyance, prediction, prophecy, communication with disembodied souls, dream interpretation, aura seeing and interpretation, and spiritual healing. Yet Douglas is quite humble when discussing these amazing abilities. He asserts that anyone can learn to express such abilities themselves, to varying degrees. Premonition, precognition, prediction and prophecy all represent various creative aspects of the human Soul. To read how Douglas learned to develop these abilities - www.douglasjamescottrell.comNow listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - BART SIBREL - A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:56


The greatest government cover up of all time - Was there a moon landing hoax conspiracy? Was the moon landing fake? What is NASA hiding? We have the Documentary DVDs that answer these questions. How does the Iron Triangle fit in? What were the motives? Was the space race a military race, and was it real or fabricated? Now, more than ever before, people want answers. But what now? Are we soon to reach a point in history where technology creates 'facts', in an age where life-like Computer Graphics Imagery (CGI) can create reality? Begin now, on your own personal path of research - through the seven most highly acclaimed documentary films dealing with this subject - the Moon Landing Hoax. - www.moonmovie.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - PAUL DAVID - Jesus In India

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:47


Paul Davids' career in film and television took off when he got his "first break" as production coordinator of the original "TRANSFORMERS" TV show for Marvel Productions in 1985. His name appears on about 80 episodes, and he also wrote many of them. This popular series, based on the Hasbro toys, spawned the recent smash hit feature film, "THE TRANSFORMERS," from Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay. Before he began producing and directing his own films, Paul spent a couple years co-writing six STAR WARS sequel novels (with Hollace Davids) for Lucasfilm and Bantam books, including the award-winning MISSION FROM MOUNT YODA plus THE GLOVE OF DARTH VADER, THE LOST CITY OF THE JEDI, ZORBA THE HUTT'S REVENGE, QUEEN OF THE EMPIRE and PROPHETS OF THE DARK SIDE. The books sold millions of copies and were published in many languages. Paul Davids' films are known for controversy, beginning with "ROSWELL" (starring Martin Sheen, Kyle MacLachlan & Dwight Yoakam), a 1994 nominee for Golden Globe as Best TV Motion Picture, which he executive produced and co-wrote as a Showtime original movie. It dealt with issues of extraterrestrial life and the purported "truth embargo" on the subject of ET contact. - www.jesusinindiathemovie.com Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - LEA TESORO - Virtual Reality Sex - Is It Cheating?

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:27


Opal has been a full-time resident of Second Life® since August 2006 and has tried pretty much everything under the virtual sun. She turns human avatars into mermaids and mermen with her Mer Betta™ products and creates miscellaneous items under her Ms.O.Lei-ny™ brand. She initiated fundraising strategies for the International Spaceflight Museum, avidly supported the Relay for Life in Second Life, and strutted her stuff on the virtual catwalk of MODA Fashion. Lea's literary career started at age 8 with silly poems about little brown birds, which are now lost. Her artistic career started in the sixth grade when she won an art contest which gave her the chance to attend a summer workshop to explore various visual arts media. Her technical career started when she wrote her first "Hello, world" program in the Pascal language during the first term of her Computer Science undergrad degree. She worked in the software industry for almost a decade and a half, including a nine-year stint at Microsoft. Her business career started when she dropped everything and drove cross-country to get her MBA. Her virtual career started when she learned how to fly. Or perhaps, she learned how to fly when her virtual career started. Through Second Life, she found full expression of herself as an artist at heart, a techie by mind, and an entrepreneur in spirit. Her shrink calls her a Renaissance woman; her friends call her insane. "Love, Like Dim Sum" is her first book. - www.lovelikedipsum.comNow listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - LISETTE LARKINS - Calling on Extraterrestrials

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 42:58


In 1987, Lisette Larkins had her whole world turned upside down when she began to be contacted by extraterrestrials. At first, unsure of what was happening to her, she considered that she was perhaps losing her mind. But after extensive psychological testing and evaluation, she was assured to be of sound mind. Eventually, Lisette came to understand that like many otherwise ordinary people around the world, she is part of a growing trend, whereby more and more humans are being contacted by inhabitants from other galaxies. - www.talkingtoets.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR JANICE BAYLIS - Dreams

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 41:16


Janice is a retired Reading Specialist Teacher and Community College Dream-study Instructor. In 1959 her car-pool passenger called at 6 am asking to change their meeting spot. That same morning at 7am Mabel was getting into Janice's car around the corner. They heard a loud CRASH! As they rounded the corner to pass their regular meeting place they saw a small airplane had landed upside down in the corner of the parking lot where they would have been! - www.amazon.com/dp/1466219246Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell
Rob McConnell Interviews - LARRY LAWSON - Paranormal Investigating in Florida

The Best of The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show with Rob McConnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:07


LARRY LAWSON - In over 36 years in law enforcement, I Have learned a few things. The most important is the proper gathering and preservation of evidence is vital to putting the "Bad Guy" behind bars. It's no different in the world of paranormal investigation. Whether it is the search for the afterlife, cryptozoology, extraterrestrials and UFO's, how we gather the evidence of their existence, preserve that evidence and present it to a court of our peers will make the ultimate difference in proving the existence of worlds and entities that are beyond our imagination. Join me on a journey that seeks to prove, with undisputable evidence, what man has struggled to believe for centuries. Join me, Larry Lawson, host of PARANORMAL STAKEOUT coming to The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network. Check out the broadcast schedule for the PARANORMAL STAKEOUT with yours truly, Larry Lawrence at www.xzbn.net.

The Evan Solomon Show
Free For All Friday

The Evan Solomon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 79:09


Free For All Friday - Hour 1. Tamara Cherry, filling in for Amanda Galbraith, breaks down the biggest stories of the day with Canada's top newsmakers. On today's show: Lawrence Douglas, the author of 'Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020', discusses the Jan. 6 hearings.  Dr. Ryan Norris, an ecologist and University of Guelph biologist, on monarch butterflies now being listed as endangered internationally. For today's cross-country road trip segment, we speak with John Tory, Mayor of Toronto, Ontario. What are the hidden gems in his city? Free For All Friday - Hour 2. Hosts from all over the country join the roundtable to discuss the five biggest stories of the week. This week's show features panelists are Scott Reid, CTV News political commentator, and former communications director for Prime Minister Paul Martin, and Mark Mendelson, CTV crime analyst and former Toronto Homicide Detective. Topics: Is the Canadian government doing enough to respond to the global climate emergency? Doug Ford is planning to give the mayors of Toronto and Ottawa 'veto' powers that could only be overruled by a two-thirds vote by their respective city councils. Do you think this is a good idea? The Conservative Party of Canada has announced that it will hold a third leadership debate for the candidates, although Pierre Poilievre is not expected to attend. People are boycotting Canadian Tire after realizing the store sells guns. Is this a big deal? Brad Pitt is turning heads after he wore a skirt on the red carpet for the premiere of his new film. Do you think you could rock a skirt?

Pretty Little Tribe
Creating Your True Aligned Self with Beth Miller

Pretty Little Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 25:14


In this week's episode of the Pretty Little Tribe Podcast, we are joined by Beth Miller.   Beth is the founder of Soulify Wellness, a Marriage Coach, a Teacher of Psychology, Certified Hypnotist and Reiki Energy Practitioner.   She has appeared in major media publications such as MacClean's Magazine, CTV, the London Free Press and has been a guest on dozens of podcasts & blogs. Beth has coached many women who are on the verge of divorce, and helped them transform their lives and marriages, into relationships filled with mutual love, connection and support.   Her method is deeply rooted in psychology and neuroscience.   One of her secret weapons is Hypno-Journeying, a deep meditation that has been referred to as “meditation on steroids” that helps women to release and reprogram limiting beliefs that have been keeping them stuck in relationship struggles.   If you enjoyed this episode of the Pretty Little Tribe Podcast, make sure you rate us five stars wherever you're listening, and we'll see you next week!    Find Beth: Instagram: @soulifywellness Website:https://soulifywellness.com/  https://soulifywellness.com/op/free-guide/   Follow us on Instagram! @prettylittletribe Music:  Miss Summer by Roa Music | https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US

Next in Marketing
Why brands like Bolt don't care about TV's old metrics rules

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 27:10


Next in Marketing spoke with Meg Ciarallo VP of Brand and Consumer Marketing at Bolt about how the well-funded retail tech startup is taking a DTC strategy to television advertising, and why she has little interest in discussions over upfront rates, GRPs and currency wars. Guest: Meg CiaralloHost: Mike Shields

Cracking the Vault
Episode 49: Big Hero 6

Cracking the Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 81:44


We went out a windooooow! On this edition of CTV, we cover Disney's adaptation of the Marvel comic book series that had little to do with what made it to the screen. We talk about how little was taken from the source material, and how the inspiration for Baymax came from US Department of Defense funded research! Come hear us talk about everyone's favorite healthcare companion! Find Cracking the Vault on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram @CrackingtheVault_Podcast, and give us a follow and a review to leave your thoughts on Apple Podcasts! HUGE shout out to the multi-talented composer Tyler Griffin for the FANTASMIC opening jingle. Find out more about his musical genius at TylerAGriffin.com

This Week Next Week
28/ July 15: Microsoft and Chill

This Week Next Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 45:18


With Brian out eating his weight in chocolate, Adam Gerber, GroupM's Executive Director of U.S. Investment Strategy, joins as guest co-host to discuss the recent flurry of major announcements, including Netflix choosing Microsoft as its ad partner, a tie-up between The Trade Desk and Disney and the latest in the Musk-Twitter drama. Plus, GroupM's Mike Fisher comes on to explain how Adam binge-watching Bosch led to a breakthrough study on the efficacy of CTV advertising. Related Links: How Microsoft won Netflix (Insider) Disney inks major advertising deal with The Trade Desk (Axios) Continuous Play (GroupM) Music credit: Joseph McDade

This Matters
The Right Stuff: What's next for the Conservative leadership race

This Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 23:49


Guest: Stephanie Levitz, politics reporter for the Star With just under two months left in the Conservative party leadership race, it's been a wild week that still hasn't been settled. Disqualified leadership candidate Patrick Brown is using legal means to see if he can remain in the race, but also throwing his support behind leadership candidate Jean Charest. He and Pierre Poilievre are the front-runners for the top job in an important contest where things like traditional conservative values are being challenged by a new populism, which is what the party has to wrestle with and reconcile as they choose a new leader. This episode was produced by Alexis Green, Matthew Hearn and Raju Mudhar. Audio sources used in this episode: Global News, CTV, CBC, CPAC.

Next in Marketing
"It's too soon" -Why Havas' Amy Ginsberg thinks the TV business needs to move slowly when it comes to changing currencies.

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 35:02


Next in Marketing spoke with Amy Ginsberg Chief Investment Officer at Havas Media Group about the state of the video ad market, and the ongoing challenges stemming from fragmentation. Ginsberg is hoping that measurement and buying become much simpler and less siloed - but has doubts about how quickly that will become a reality. In the meantime Ginsberg talked about why she remains a somewhat reluctant upfront participant. Guest: Amy GinsbergHost: Mike Shields

Canada's Podcast
Reducing the time, stress and cost of divorce - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 19:39


Karen Stewart is the founder and CEO of Fairway Divorce Solutions, Canada's leading divorce mediation company with franchises in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. When she started Fairway, Karen not only brought to the table lessons learned from her costly divorce and a knowing that there had to be a better way, but she also brought years of experience in the financial industry. This winning equation blended with Karen's natural inclination to understand how numbers line up and sound decisions are made helped thousands of families lead healthier and more rewarding lives. Over the years, Karen has started up, ran, and sold four companies which remains successful to this day, demonstrating her ability to compete in the rough and tumble and often cutthroat world of business. Along the way, she developed a keen understanding of how systems work and the significant barriers to entry, particularly for female entrepreneurs. To that end, Karen founded Bumble Bees Venture Capital to ultimately change the world by putting money in the hands of female leaders. Karen's team of Bumble Bees has pollinated successful businesses that are offering innovative solutions and making a positive impact on the world. In addition to her commercial enterprises, Karen offers her unique brand of straight talk advice and strategic decision-making processes through the written and spoken word. Her first book, Clean Break was published in 2008 and is considered a must-read for anyone getting a divorce. Clean break provides practical step-by-step advice for surviving divorce with dignity and moving on with your life. In 2021, Karen added three new books to the lineup, including A Guide to Divorce for Men, A Guide to Divorce for Women, How to Divorce without wrecking your life and the Clarity Decision Making Method. What do these books have in common? Each provides a solid framework for making good decisions and leading a better life. Karen Stewart is also a sought-after speaker, contributor and divorce expert and has made many media appearances discussing the effects of divorce in today's society. These appearances include The Globe and Mail, ABC Money Matters, Entrepreneur Magazine, PROFIT Magazine, More Magazine, Financial Times, BNN, USA Today, Reader's Digest, CTV, Slice™️ and Breakfast Television. Karen is also a featured blogger on Huffington Post Canada and Divorce Magazine. Karen was awarded the Woman of Vision Award in Calgary and PROFIT Magazine's Top 100 Businesswomen. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

The Rebooting Show
Human Ventures' Joe Marchese in defense of the bundle

The Rebooting Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 56:46


The pendulum always swings. Media regularly oscillates between periods of bundling and periods of unbundling. Bundles tend to rub people the wrong way because they feel they pay for stuff they don't want. The downside is unbundling can be a complete hassle and the supposed savings quickly evaporate. Just look at what you're paying now for various streaming services (themselves mini-bundles) instead of cable service. Inevitably, whether it's the proliferation of newsletters or the many streaming products, we'll see rebundling take off. “The bundle was the absolute worst form of entertainment delivery, except for every other one,” said Human Ventures executive chairman Joe Marchese. “Consumers are looking for a rebundle and these streamers are gonna have some sort of rebundle coming. News and Substack has some sort of rebundle coming. Everything that's old is gonna be new again over the next couple of months.” Other topics: Media is often a terrible standalone business but is good support for other businesses. The TV business is now dominated by tech companies, a trend likely to continue. That isn't particularly new. “Media has historically been owned by non-media businesses,” Joe notes, going back to early radio and then cable systems owning TV networks. “The business of media has outsized influence but undersized monetization.” The result: “I don't know the media business works at scale without alternative models.” The "permission to curate" is powerful. In a world of near-infinite media choices, people need some way to make sense of what's good and what's bad. That's where trust comes into play. People can turn to algorithms like Google's or Facebook's to make sense of what's important to them, or they can turn to publishing brands and individual brands. “Brands matter for the curation of goods and services so that people don't have the paralysis of infinite choice,” Joe said. Not everything is performance advertising. With ample data, sophisticated targeting and analytics, it can sometimes seem that brand advertising is an anachronism as the media world shifts firmly to “performance advertising,” or what used to be known as direct response. “In a world where we have dynamic targeting and we know what each household is watching, the advertising experience is actually worse,” Joe said. “How did we get worse at advertising in a CTV advertising environment than broadcast television 40 years ago?”

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Kathy Fettke's perspective on the direction of the housing market

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 37:38


With a passion for researching and sharing the most important facts on real estate and economics, Kathy Fettke is a frequent guest expert on such media as CNN, CNBC, Fox News, NPR, CBS MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal. She is the author of the #1 best-seller, Retire Rich with Rentals, and host of two long-running RealWealth podcasts – “The Real Wealth Show” and “Real Estate News for Investors.” You'll also find her on the recently launched BiggerPockets “On the Market” podcast as one of several co-hosts. Kathy received her BA in Broadcast Communications from San Francisco State University and worked in the newsrooms of CNN, FOX, CTV, and ABC-7. She's the past president of American Women in Radio & Television. She is passionate about learning and sharing that information with the members of RealWealth and her podcast listeners. In today's show, Kathy shares her investment journey, her predictions on where we've been, and where the market is headed. Episode Link: https://realwealth.com/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: What's going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Kathy Fettke, who is the co-founder of Real wealth and she's going to be talking to us today about her predictions around where the market is headed, and where we've been. So let's get into it.   Kathy Fettke, how are you? Thanks so much for taking the time.   Kathy: I am doing wonderful, thanks for having me here.   Michael: Oh my gosh, I'm so excited. So we had your husband Rich on a while ago on our podcast and we were asking him about market conditions and forecasting and he goes timeout you got to have my wife on. So for anyone who didn't catch that episode, give us a quick, quick intro background, who you are, where you come from and what it is you're doing in real estate.   Kathy: Yeah, well, Rich, and I founded real wealth, which we really did by accident. It was back in 2003 when he was really more in the motivational world. He was a speaker and had come out with a book called extreme success. He was doing this national book tour, we didn't know anything about real estate, but we house hacked, which wasn't really a term then. But basically, we bought a house it was way too expensive for us. So we rented out rooms and that's how we afford to live there. That's how you summarize that. But other than that, that was our only landlord experience and we didn't we didn't think that we could buy real estate until we were rich. You know, that's oftentimes what people think like, I gotta wait till I am a multimillionaire before I can do that, so he you know, he was building his coaching business, I was a stay at home mom. It was on that. On one of his when he came home from his tour, his media tour, and he noticed a freckle. As you probably saw, he's a redhead. So there's a lot of freckles on that guy but he noticed he was like this one's weird.   So he checked it out and the doctor looked at it did more tests, thought he basically told rich, he had probably six months to live because melanoma was extremely deadly than it probably still is. But they have better things today. But back then it was just like, here's your diagnosis, you got six months. So obviously a massive shocker. Both of us being motivational speakers and coaches were like, no, no, no, I'm not buying this. But I had to figure out the finances and I wanted to take over so that he could you know, if the doctor was right so that he could really enjoy himself for those six months. But really, we both were like No, don't even go there just get better. So that's when I had a weekend radio show in San Francisco that I just did for fun. It was kind of a coaching show is helping people go after their dreams in a in like a 90 day period and, and really create the things that they always wanted, but were afraid to do and all of a sudden, I'm like, I gotta change the show to me figuring out how to make money in 90 days, you know and how do I do that? So I completely changed the focus to wealth building and because it was the San Francisco show, I could interview really high level people like Robert Kiyosaki and that's how I learned real estate investing and that's over time, we built real wealth and we've been helping people, you know, educate people and educate ourselves ever since on how to build wealth through real estate.   Michael: I love that. So you're telling us that you learned real estate investing via hosting your own podcast and interviewing folks that had done it?   Kathy: Oh, yeah and I was such a dummy. I mean, like, literally knew nothing. Nothing. I mean, we were renting out rooms in our home on Craigslist. So like, we understood the dark side of what's doing, right, because of stories there. But no, it wasn't until I just thought I got it. I gotta figure this thing out. I've heard that there's a thing called passive income. I don't know what it is but let's find out and I just started interviewing people but I was lucky enough that because I was so desperate to create money, and I've been a stay at home mom for years. I I'd been in broadcasting and that was my degree. But I didn't want to chase fires and murderers when I was raising young children. So I, I basically was not doing that anymore and, and so and bless. They had strikes all the time where I'd have to march for hours in the middle of the night like that. Anyway, I hadn't been working and I didn't It's hard for women when you're out of the workforce for even a few months, but let alone a few years, kind of don't know how to get back in. So that was the focus is like how do I do this? But one thing I thought, well, I could maybe sell sponsorships. So I just started listening to everybody who was advertising at the time. It was like, oh, wow, there's a lot of people, but advertising mortgages.   So because you know, this was 2003 and that was what it was everybody was wanting a mortgage? Because they were ridiculous. So I went down the phonebook which existed at the time, and called all these one by one and finally I got someone. Well, I finally got someone to agree only because I was so tired of hearing no, I called finally the last person on the list. I was like, I got an offer you can't refuse. I'm looking for a co-host, instead of like an advertiser, and the guy's like, yeah, sounds good. So that's how I got my sponsor, but it ended up being a mortgage broker who I made a co-host and I came home and rich started laughing. He's like, oh, now you have a mortgage show. Like, that's gonna be funny, because you don't even like going to our fight you skip every financial planning meeting we ever have. And because I just really wasn't into it. But this mortgage broker who became my co-host, I thought, you know, how am I going to make this interesting, so rich, and I thought, well, you know, interview his clients, find out what they're doing with these loans. And that's, that was the game changer and again, like, I had no idea what I was talking about but I think that's what made the show interesting is, I would I was in such awe of the things that, that these people were doing, that all my audience was like, also learning along with me, and they were in awe. Because I was interviewing these 30 year old who were retired, you know, it was like, I'm 40 and I'm not retired. So what are you doing and I learned about flipping and I learned about buying hold, and I learned tax benefits and, and, you know, just all the strategies that Pete that at the time, were kind of secret because podcasts didn't exist back then. I'm so aging myself, but you couldn't you couldn't get the information. It was like late night TV or $10,000 boot camps, infomercials. Yeah, so it was like I was opening this secret world of real estate investment and making it public and I'm happy to say I was one of the first it changed my life and it changed the life of 1000s of people who got to listen.   Michael: I love it, I love it a little bit. Kathy, I want to shift gears here in just a minute. But before we do, I mean, you had such an interesting purview into this world of real estate investing. So having interviewed all those folks, and having taught numerous people how to do this, is there a red thread, or kind of key takeaway that you think should be thought should be spoken to would be investors or newer investors as they're just getting started?   Kathy: 100%, I can tell you, for me, I, I had a completely new mindset, because people like me who aren't born wealthy, you know, and, and have parents who work for money, you know, whoever, you know, they, if they're not working, they're not making money that you know, they don't understand investing and assets and cash flow and stuff like that, which is most of the world, right? So if you don't come from that, you don't have it, you don't have the mindset. So interviewing these people who were so different than what I thought rich people were like, and so you can even see it today, people who are angry at those who have there, they're just they feel it's unfair, that that's, that's the mindset I was in and then to actually talk to these people and find out there the most generous people, they have a different way of thinking, they look for opportunity, they look for ways that they can make a difference and making a difference is, you know, you're not going to be in business very long if you're not making a difference. And if you're not helping people, that's the bottom line, you're gonna be out of business unless you're government funded, and you get paid no matter what. But, you know, but you know, in a, in a free market society, it's like, if you're not making a difference in helping people, you're, no one's gonna buy your stuff. So I just really learned that, that these, there was a different mindset. So it had to start there and the way that my mindset changed was just being around people and you hear that a lot you hear, like, if you want to change your mindset, get around people that you want to be like, don't hang around the people you don't want to be like, you know, you become who you hang out with. So for me, just even being on the radio, with these people was enough for me to be exposed to a different way of being so it really begins with mindset,   Michael: Love it and kind of taking that a step further, what's your best advice, or the best way that you've seen people get around some different people that have the things or have accomplished what it is I'm looking to accomplish?   Kathy: You know, today, it's so much easier. There's so many more opportunities. You have podcasts that are free. Again, this didn't exist. There weren't radio shows that talked about, you know, how to build wealth through real estate, you know, and if it was it was probably someone who was trying to sell you something. So today, you have access to so many different podcasts like right now. You have books that are $20 You know, my book retire rich with rentals is 20 bucks, and it's my experience all summed up. There's so many books like that. out there that are cheap. So, you know, learning from those who really technically have nothing to sell you, you know, except a $20 book, you know, that's, that's okay do that real estate conferences Rheas. There are local Rheas everywhere and you have to be careful, because RIAs still have sharks. Even when I started real wealth, I couldn't believe the number of sharks that were out there and I ran into all of them. I'm telling you, like I couldn't. This is the other thing that new investors don't realize is that not everybody's nice and not everybody's telling you the truth. When you're a truth teller, you just assume other people tell you the truth and I can tell you when it comes to financial services, it's like, you know, there's so many people that can lie to your face and I met all of them here as well as smile, and they're so happy and they would come to my real estate group groups, they would come to me, assuming I was naughty, like they were and be like, hey, I got some properties to offload. You know, I'll pay like 10 grand, you know, we're getting them.   This was when the when everything fell apart. He's like, we're buying these things for like, $2,000 in Kansas City, and you can resell them for 20. Like, that's not fair, that like, these are tear downs, you know, but so, and they thought that I would be down for that. So there's, there's still RIAs where there's sharks who got out. So I guess the next step is when it comes to mindset, you've got a next step, educate, educate, educate, because then you can't be ripped off as easily. It's kind of like, I like to describe it, like when I took my family to Costa Rica, and I forgot to do my due diligence in the sense of, I forgot to find out what the exchange rate was and I had my $20 and I wanted an empanada and we were hungry and I handed the $20 and I got some change back and I looked at it, and I didn't know what it was and we walked out and I heard the people laughing. I'm like, oh, I just got ripped off but I don't even know how I don't know. You know, so that's how it is in real estate, if you haven't done your homework, and you haven't read those books and listen to those podcasts and you have learned that it's pretty easy to get ripped off.   Michael: Yep, I love that, I love that. Let's shift gears here, Kathy, because what you're doing right now, in this space is super, super interesting and talking about market trends and forecasts. So give us a little bit of insight, give us a little preview into your world of what that looks like and how you're doing it.   Kathy: Sure, well, it was in 2005. I'll just kind of go back again, where I was able to get people like Robert Kiyosaki on my show and he was the first one who was counterintuitive and that taught me so much because he was saying things that nobody else was saying, and no headline was saying, at the time, like what oh, like at the time, the, the main economist for the National Association of realtors had just come out with a book in 2006. That said, you know, I can't even remember it. But it was basically like, why this is why there's no housing bubble and why home prices will continue to go up for the rest of the decade and it was like this was the National Association of realtors Chief Economist. So you get Kiyosaki coming on and going, no, no, that's like, the loans are going to reset and they're starting now and by 2007 2008, people won't be able to pay the payment, because it's all adjusting and it was so obvious once I could see the data and that oh, you know, I ended up joining my co-host and becoming a mortgage broker. So I knew how bad the industry was and I knew how full of lies it was I my first loan that I turned in. They the bank came back and said, oh, your client doesn't make enough money and I was like, well, that's too bad. I'll let him know. He doesn't qualify and they said, no, no, we changed his income he qualifies now and I came home and I was like, pocket, I go rich. Is that legal and he goes, no, honey, that's fraud. Don't put your name on that. So I was one of the few mortgage brokers that Dec was didn't want to deal with the consequences of fraud. So I would turn down people and they would just go to the mortgage broker next door. They were Nina loans, no income, no assets. I didn't need anything. Anything, I didn't need to know anything about you and I could give you a $5 million loan. It was crazy. So I knew something was wrong. But so did everybody else but it was it was nobody could see it. So Kiyosaki is going, you know, this isn't going to end well and like yeah, da. So he was explaining that all the markets that really benefited from easy loans and easy lending were California, Nevada, the San states, Arizona, Florida and he said, but there are certain places that haven't abused these loans and Texas was one of those places. Texas wouldn't allow 105% cash out refinance.   Do you know what that is? That's where you would do a refi and get more money back than the value of the house. It's bright, steady. So Texas didn't do that because they'd been through the SNL crisis in the 80s. They weren't going to do that again. So, he was Kiyosaki was explaining in 2005 2006 I've sold everything in California and all the San states and I'm buying in Texas, I'm exchanging everything in Texas, because the fundamentals are there. The jobs are there, the population is growing. But the but the property's cash flow and that was something. As a California girl, I didn't even know the word. I didn't know what cash flow was, except for negative cash flow, that was a thing. I was curious, like, if you invest in California with negative and that was like common. So it was like all positive cash flow. Okay, so rich, and I jumped on a plane, we went to Texas in 2005, we came back with five properties, because back then you could buy as unlimited amount of investment properties, no money down. That's the kind of lending that existed, and no paperwork. So you know, sign on the dotted line. So we came back with five, but we bought, right, we bought, where the growth was headed, where the jobs were, where the freeways were going, and I talked about it on the show.   Next thing, you know, everybody wanted to do what we were doing. So that's, again, how real well start is just helping people buy and these markets. So I knew back then that you have to does like don't pay attention to the headlines pay attention to fundamentals and that's the same thing I'm doing today and this same thing exists today, where the headlines are, are not following data and people are basing their investment on these false headlines. Like even today, I had a little Facebook fight with some people saying, you know, everybody's like housing crash housing crash, and I'm like, where, like, where? Just show me the data…Yeah, I'm really curious to know where this housing crashes and I get crickets, you know, nothing. But that's what people are thinking and I'm okay with that. If, if my competition leaves the market, I'm okay with that. I would love less competition. Go, go away. Let me buy the stuff, you know.   Michael: Yeah, totally, totally. So I mean, I'm hearing the same chatter and seeing the same headlines doom and gloom, bubble housing crash. Talk to us about what you're seeing from a data driven perspective and what kind of your perspective and projections are   Kathy:   Sure, well, let's look at the American home owner versus the American homeowner before the last crash, before the last crash, there was no money down. In fact, you got cash back for buying, you could buy as many as you want. No, no, no paperwork required, right. It was just right. You know, today, it's a very different situation thanks to Dodd Frank changes it you have to put money down. I mean, not necessarily the first time homebuyer can put 3% down, but they still have to qualify with open books. And we all know how hard it is to get a loan and it has been for the past 12 years, so…   Michael: Full cavity search… as your neighbor's mailman, like…   Kathy: It's crazy awful. I'm doing one right now and I hate it. But you know, this is what it's been for 12 years is difficult. So you've got people for the last 12 years that had to qualify, you have the highest FICO is these are people who have proven a history of paying their bills, that was not the case back then it was subprime at, you can have a history of not paying your bills and still get a loan 100% financing, not the case today, you have to show that you pay your bills, and that you put money down and that your income supports the payment and not just that, but that debt to income that you can't have so much debt that you can't pay your home. So, you know, it's not been easy. The people who own homes today qualified, they're locked into low rates. They have the lowest housing cost in history. I might be wrong on that but they have very low housing cost the people who own homes.   So because they're locked into 3% rates, and they qualified and since then their wages have increased. I'm talking about homeowners only now this is not the case for renters. Renters are in a horrible place today. Horror, I've my heart bleeds for renters today because they they're spending most of their paycheck just trying to have a roof above their heads. It's a difficult time. That's why I've been on a mission to tell people buy a house because you can lock in your payment for 30 years and not worry about rent. But unfortunately, there's a lot of people who are unable to do that and that's the story. It's the renters and hopefully, you know, hopefully landlords will be able to provide affordable housing but it's hard you know, it's hard today because we're trying to build affordable housing and how can we do it when lumber went up? 100% or whatever like it's not easy, eight right la Los Angeles. I live in Southern California. I don't know you know that what happened here but la tried to build affordable housing with a grant you know, free government money. Do you know that that the homeless housing that they built cost 800,000 a unit for I kid you not the oh my gosh, housing 800,000 because it's Well, first of all, governments don't tend to know leave it to the efficient sector. Yeah but it's not easy.   So, you know, when you've got a situation now where the Federal Reserve stimulated the housing market when they shouldn't have, they misread even our Federal Reserve that is supposed to be controlling the economy wasn't because they were thinking that during COVID, there would be a slowdown. But of course, when you print 40% of the money that's circulating in two years, there's probably going to be an impact and of course, that impact is inflation and add to it that the Federal Reserve was buying mortgage backed securities to keep interest rates low. So and all this happened when you had the largest demographic ever, of first time homebuyers hitting the market, the millennials, age 28 to 34 biggest, biggest generation ever hitting the homebuyer age and they're very well educated, well paid people, low interest rates, and then add COVID where they could live anywhere. So a recipe for disaster that drove prices up. People think they're going to come crashing down. Tell me why. Tell me why people who are highly paid, qualified for the loan or locked into 3% loans are going to suddenly go, oh, no, rates are up. I'm going it's kind of like that scene and you know, where the roller machine is coming at? Oh, awesome. Yeah, there's no, it's not. That's not happening.   Michael: Yeah, well, that's such a good point because I think I would be remiss if we didn't talk about interest rates going up. But that's so much of one side of the equation we're hearing about, in order for people to buy properties at these higher interest rates, there needs to be inventory to sell. So talk to us about kind of that side of the equation as well.   Kathy: Yeah, no, it's a great point, you know, it kind of economics comes down to supply and demand, always, always, you know, you can, you can have 2% interest rates, but if nobody wants, whatever it is, that's out there, it doesn't matter and that was kind of what happened in in 2010-2011 and 12. You know, interest rates went so low, but no one was buying housing, because they were scared and there was a lot on the market. So a lot of lot of supply, not enough demand, it didn't matter that rates were low, of course, that that turned around, eventually. But here we are, you know, fast forward, this massive demographic of young people that are trying to just have a place to live. You know, this isn't stocks where you just invest, this is like your life. People want shelter. They don't necessarily want to live with mom and dad. They don't want to live in small apartments downtown as they're forming families and there was this crazy headline that millennials weren't going to form families. Well, not at 21 but they're their family forming age now, you know, like, right, right, right, who's gonna buy a house and have babies at 21… I don't know maybe in the Midwest, but not generally, today. So there was just a lot of misinformation. Again, don't trust the headlines, it's be careful about headlines and look at the data. Today we have a situation where building has been difficult and in 2008, 2000 2008 builders got absolutely wiped out and they were in no mood to get started and many couldn't and there wasn't financing for builders.   That's how I got started in syndications because builders came to me and they're like, I can buy land for almost nothing. I can't get money, can you? Can you raise money? I'm like, I don't know. Maybe it turns out I could and so we were able to buy land for almost nothing and you know, buy 4200 lots in Tampa for like 10 cents on the dollar was crazy. It was crazy. But there was no money. So builders just and there was no demand. So why would builders built and that didn't mean that that's applied and really thin out until like 20 I don't know 14 Maybe. So okay, and then being a builder now being someone that boy tough business. You know, that land that we bought in Tampa, we're just now finishing, you know, selling those lots because it takes so long to get infrastructure in place took 10 years to get the roads in and the utilities and stuff. It's not quick, and that's even in Florida and in our other subdivisions. They're all two or three years delayed and that's just us, you know, so think of all the builders out there that either don't have the appetite to do spec housing, they'll build to order basically but and now you know new homes tend to get hit the hardest when rates go up. So builders really aren't in the mood to to build at a time when it's so desperately needed and then add the supply chain issues and the you know, just the blame issues, it's hard to hire anyone and then during COVID, we had to shut down our site, the cities were shut down, we couldn't get permits, we couldn't get approvals and, and then you know, one person gets sick on the job site and you're shut down for two weeks, you come back to work and one other person gets, I mean, it's been hard to bring on new supply at a time when it's so desperately needed. So here we are higher home prices, higher, higher rates, less people able to buy homes, more people forced to rent, and the inventory is not there.   Michael: So you think that there is enough kind of demand pent up there with not nearly enough inventory now or on the horizon, that that demand is going to push through those elevated home prices and interest rates?   Kathy: You know, again, it just depends on the market. The mistake, I think in the headlines is that they keep treating it like it's a national housing market and you and I both know, that's just not the case. It's so market specific. So there are some areas that really boomed because people from the San Francisco Bay area or from New York, got the heck out of town because they could live anywhere and cities are not so exciting when everything shut down. So you have places like Boise that just bubble up but is it a bubble when it's California money moving to a cheap area. For them it's no bubble, you know and it's not like these Californians are gonna go, oh, you know, gosh, prices are stalling. Maybe I should sell it a loss. No, they bought a house in Boise because they want to live there, you know, they want a second home or whatever and it was cheap for them. So but do I see that continuing? Probably not. I think I'm guessing prices have kind of maxed out at Boise but I also don't see a crash. You know, same for Austin, these aren't places I wouldn't necessarily invest. I don't like investing in places that saw 40% growth year after year. You know, like I, I doubt that's going to continue. I want to be in areas where that hasn't happened yet. It's about to happen.   Michael: And so you that's perfect segue into my next question is how do you find the next Boise or the next Austin? What are you looking for and what should our listeners be looking for?   Kathy: Yeah, I mean, it's definitely a changing market and, again, that doesn't mean people aren't going to still be moving to Austin and Austin still looks really cheap for people from New York and San Francisco. So some of these areas where, where there's tech growth and job growth and jobs of the future kind of growth. It's going to continue. I mean, look at Miami, if you asked me if Miami would see the kind of growth it's had, I would have said no way. You know, everybody's afraid. It's got to be underwater. No one seems to care. Miami was the hottest market ever last year in the year that everybody's talking about climate change, I don't get that.   But you know, what you have? Is the financial sector moving there from New York. So, you know, do you want to live in New York City where it's cold and windy in the winter or do you want to live in Miami, like one? That's right, you're moving? Easy, so I wouldn't, I wouldn't buy there but what that tells me is people that are that lived in Miami who are getting priced out, they're gonna move kind of to other parts of Florida, that are cheaper and companies that you know, maybe are concerned about climate change, you're gonna move to parts of Florida, that aren't as risky. Texas, you know, look at Elon Musk, you see, he's part of a trend that's been going on for 10 years of, hey, there's two places that stayed open during the pandemic, Texas and Florida, maybe South Dakota, but no one wants to live there. So it's really Texas in Florida. If you want to have a business that stays open, you're gonna go there, so the businesses are going there and people are following.   Michael: Yeah, that makes total sense and Kathy, where do you go to get your information and to get your data, the raw data, not the politicized headlines, but these are the numbers, I want to use them to then interpret and come to conclusions? Where do you get those from?   Kathy: I just I really just interview people all the time that are in that are either longtime experienced investors and have been through cycles and, and understand fundamentals versus hype and I'm not saying not to be cautious. This is a time to be cautious, because we're in a changing market and we don't know how aggressive the Fed is going to be and we don't we don't know what's hot, what's coming. But the fundamentals work no matter what. So I listen to longtime investors who have been through cycles. I follow the I follow closely the federal reserve and what they're doing. I follow the Treasury, the 10 year treasury and this is you know, this tells me when there's all this concern that interest rates are continued going to continue to rise, the 10 year treasuries retreating and the Fed follows the market and the market is saying, we don't, you know, we don't see that inflation is going to continue forever, or that the markets gonna boom forever and if the markets not booming and there's not rampant inflation forever, you're not going to see interest rates continue to rise. You know, if the 10 year treasury is retreating, that tells you rates are going to come back at some point to, again, my opinion. Right. So, those are some of the things I follow. I follow Housing Wire Logan Mota Shami, I love what he says you see could be controversial, but he's to me, he's been he makes sense and just data I mean, it you just look, all you have to do is search mortgage payments on the Fred I look at that's the Federal Reserve and historical, you know, mortgage payments to income, and its lowest it's been, and then look at jobs. We're still at what 3.6% or something on unemployment, so super lawyers the recession… I usually you don't have a recession when you got jobs like that and continued job growth. You know, we've got job numbers coming out, and we're seeing growth. So I don't know, they got two jobs for every one American who wants them. So how is that a recession?   Michael: Right, right. Yeah, no, I'm with you 100% and Kathy quickly for investors, because we've talked a lot about and focus a lot about homeowners and owner occupants. But for investors who are just getting started, you know, looking at their fellow investors or hearing podcasts, everyone talks about double digit returns for long term buy and hold for cash flowing properties. Should people be adjusting their expectations now, if they're just getting into the game, because prices are higher and because interest rates have also gone up pr do you think rents have kept up with them over time…   Kathy: For us, and I don't know what you guys are seeing, we're seeing cap rates look pretty pathetic honestly, it doesn't look great. So that's a bummer but there's still parts of the country that where you can get pretty good cash flow. They're just not areas that excite me. There, there will always be linear markets, markets that kind of just are there, and you can cash flow in those markets, but you probably won't see appreciation and they haven't even appreciated in this crazy bull run that we've had. So yeah, if something goes wrong, you know, your roof to change your roof, or you know, and I own these kind of properties. You have a plumbing issue, man, there goes your yours cashflow. So, you know, I like cash flow, but I would rather be in areas that are experiencing growth and in those markets, the cashflow is just not great. So I've been telling people, if you're you know, if you're it depends on what you're trying to do and if you're trying to create a retirement for yourself, and you're not needing the cash flow right now, don't worry about it, think about the future and ask yourself, where do I think this property will be 10 years from now, maybe 20 years from now…You know, that's what matters more, because you can make cash flow today, you know, if you're young get a get a job, you know, that should be your cash flow. You're here to give your gift to the world.   We don't have an economy if people aren't working and contributing, you know, you were not really meant to come here and retire at 30. I don't think you know, right. So if your job your cash flow and have that job is something that you're great at and you love to do and contributes to society, and have your real estate be what happens when you're you don't want to work anymore and maybe that's 40, maybe that's 50, it shouldn't be 30 if it is good for you. But you know, I look at it, like buy something that is going to hold up in the long run and be in an area where there's growth. Because my experience has been that's where the big bucks are made. We had a single family rental fund that we just closed out. I know you guys, you do lots of funds and what we found in our fund, we bought properties and growth markets and then we bought some cash flow markets to kind of offset and that's how we've always promoted things is like hey get your cash flow properties and get your not so cashflow but growth properties and you know, balances. What we found is that the cash flow properties ended up with like a 8% return or so and the growth properties were like 40% like there was no comparison between the two. So for the long term, you know, get into the hot markets where people want to live and where the where the demographics are moving to and don't worry so much. I mean, obviously the cash flow should cover your expenses. But it's the returns have definitely gone down but that's not preventing me from buying in those areas because you're right, what was it was such a limited supply of inventory. When you're in markets where people are moving to, you're going to see rents go up over time. So never judge a property on the first year of the performer. Don't do that have a five year or a 10 year or a 20 year pro forma, because the first year is always going to be the worst and you know, because you're paying closing costs and, and your rents are, you know what they are that year…   Michael: But you're finding stuff you missed in the inspection and…   Kathy: All of that… So, but year two, year three or four, just like with apartments, you don't buy an apartment based on your first year. You know, you buy it based on what it's going to do for you. You know, if you're gonna buy an old car, you're gonna you're getting an old car, if you're gonna buy a new car. I mean, I, you shouldn't really compare real estate to cars but I gotta tell you this time, it kind of make sense, rich, and I both own Tesla's that we bought Rich's early adopter. So he bought the first ones. They're worth, like $10,000, more than we paid years ago, the value has gone up on our tests, as I think that's funny, you know, usually, values go down, because of lack of supply, they can't get batteries and who wouldn't want a battery operated car?   Michael: You know, it's like 615...   Kathy: Yeah, that's right… So that's driving prices up. It's the same thing with real estate. You know, people want a place to live, and they want to lock in their rate, and they're going to lock it in and anyway, it's the same and it's the same as an investor, you're buying in an area where people are moving to you are locking into a rate if there's not enough supply, for all the people moving in, you're gonna see rents go up over time.   Michael: That makes total sense. Kathy, this has been so eye opening, super, super fun. If people want to learn more about you reach out to you learn more about your fund, where's the best place to do that?   Kathy: You can go to realwealth.com and join it's free and you get access to lots of free information and data and then the real wealth show is my podcast and I interviewed lots of economists there. So that's helpful in trying to sort out what's really going on out there.   Michael: Amazing, amazing. Well, thank you again for coming on. Definitely look forward to being in touch and we'll talk soon.   Kathy: Awesome, thanks for having me.   Michael: Thanks!   All right, everyone. That was our episode a big big, big thank you to Kathy for coming on. Super insightful, really, really informative and I love that way to be data driven and not get swept away by the headlines. As always, if you'd like the episode, we'd love to hear from you with a rating or review wherever it is you get your podcasts and we look forward to the next one. Happy investing…

Mornings at the Cabin
July 7, 2022: High Yield Cabin Crop

Mornings at the Cabin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 40:23


Lekter is becoming obsessed with the upcoming, no doubt huge hit CTV show "Farming for Love". Specifically, with the idea of AJ being cast on the show. But why stop at AJ? Why don't we better our odds with the whole Cabin cast applying to farm for love??

Mornings at the Cabin
July 6, 2022: Farming for AJ

Mornings at the Cabin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 35:41


Our ongoing quest to land a spot on a game/reality show continues, and ties in nicely, with AJ's ongoing quest for love, with CTV's upcoming show, "Farming for Love."

Cracking the Vault
Episode 48: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Cracking the Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 75:22


On this edition of CTV, we shrink down to the backyard jungle that is the 1989 classic Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. We discuss how a duo known for horror films became the unlikely authors of this gem. We also discuss two big names that passed on the chance at playing Wayne Szalinski, and how the use of practical effects (for the most part,) still hold up today. Join us for all that and more as we review this beloved live action smash hit! Find Cracking the Vault on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram @CrackingtheVault_Podcast, and give us a follow and a review to leave your thoughts on Apple Podcasts! HUGE shout out to the multi-talented composer Tyler Griffin for the FANTASMIC opening jingle. Find out more about his musical genius at TylerAGriffin.com

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
Did Richard Crouse Like These Movies?

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 9:37


Film critic and host of CTV's Pop Life Richard Crouse joins David and producer Lydia for  a game of Did Richard Crouse Like These Movies? This week, Richard rates: Marcel the Shell with Shoes On | Mr. Malcolm's List | The Forgiven

Next in Marketing
'"Digitally led, technology enabled and data fueled" - How becoming an ad sales company is changing how Walgreens buys media

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 30:04


Next in Marketing spoke with Luke Kigel, who is both VP, Walgreens Media & Head of Walgreens Advertising Group, which means he oversees Walgreens' push into selling ads, while also overseeing its spending as a big advertiser. Luke said that the company's new role as a seller is dramatically changing how it operates as a marketer, as it looks to treat TV far more like digital media. That's because, in his view, many of the traditional ways of planning and buying TV have be become "antithetical to the way people live their lives". Guest: Luke KigelHost: Mike Shields

Naturally Savvy
EP #1100: Seasonal Allergies, Allergies, and Sensitivities with Bryce Wylde.

Naturally Savvy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:19


Lisa is away today and Andrea Donsky is joined by Bryce Wylde who talks seasonal allergies, allergies, sensitivities and more.  Bryce Wylde graduated with a B.Sc. Hons. (BioPsyc) from York University in Toronto. He went on to pursue a career in complementary alternative medicine and nutrition. He graduated with a Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (DHMHS) from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. Known as one of Canada's leading alternative health experts, Bryce is a highly knowledgeable and respected natural healthcare practitioner whose specialty is homeopathy, clinical nutrition, supplementation, and botanical medicine and whose focus is routed within functional medicine.Bryce began his official on air television hosting career with CTV in early 2008 starting on the CP24 news channel with his own hour long highly rated weekly television show, Wylde On Health. Wylde On Health was a one hour long live talk show broadcast that has featured interviews with international experts including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Andrew Weil, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. David Suzuki, and Dr. Deepak Chopra to name a few. Bryce has all of his guests – local and international – weigh in on and share their views and opinions on alternative, complementary, and integrative approaches to health and wellness while also fielding live calls from viewers.He is currently proud to be the health and wellness expert on CityTV Breakfast Television and CityLine.Prior to his own show – and over the last decade – Bryce has been a regular expert guest on many national and international shows including more recently The Doctor Oz show as a regular contributor and member of the medical advisory board. He has frequently appeared on CTV's Canada AM, The Marilyn Denis Show, CBC's Steven and Chris, The Discovery Channel, W Channel, and ABC's Good Morning America Health.In a clinical setting, he blends the latest in human biological and genomic screening, science and technology, and uses new, traditional, and ancient remedies. Along with a team of allied health professionals he works closely with his patients, informed by the genetic make-up of that patient in order to customize care, lifestyle and functional therapeutic interventions for health promotion, disease prevention and longevity.

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
This Week In Science with Dan Riskin

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 21:40


Friend of the Overnight and our favourite scientist Dan Riskin is CTV's science expert, has hosted Daily Planet, and joins the show to discuss this weeks coolest science stories!  This week we discuss the mites that have sex on your face while you're sleeping, sound proof wallpaper made from moths and some surprising moth facts, and more!

Made it Happen
How to Master an Irresistible Newsworthy Pitch to get Booked by the Media & Leverage it in Your Business with Jennifer Singh of She's Newsworthy Media

Made it Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 47:15


This week's episode is featuring Jennifer Singh, founder of She's Newsworthy Media. Jeniffer is a former TV reporter turned entrepreneur, speaker and CEO of She's Newsworthy Media. Before entrepreneurship, Jennifer worked in the Canadian media industry for over 15 years as a reporter, producer and writer for CTV, CBC, Global and CP24. She has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Global News, CTV speaking and The Social speaking about imposter syndrome, women in business and the need for more inclusive marketing. Jennifer was also featured in a national campaign for International Women's Day in partnership with Mercedes-Benz Canada and Pink Tartan. She's Newsworthy Media was founded to help amplify the voices of women in the media because their expertise is underrepresented. The company is now Canada's go-to resource for women entrepreneurs who want to get massive exposure for their businesses on TV. The company has helped over 60 women entrepreneurs land media spots on the most popular Canadian TV shows including The Social, Cityline, CP24 Breakfast, Global News Morning and Your Morning. We discuss how Jennifer first got into the media industry & all the ups and downs that go on behind the scenes, the lack of representation in media and how she's working to change this by redefining PR, key tips & insights on how to actually get picked up by media outlets, and much more. Listen in to learn about: How to craft a newsworthy pitch that will actually get picked up by the media The key number of media outlets you should be sending your pitch to and how they determine this One common mistake made when doing PR as a business owner that will surprise you How to really utilize your earned media for your business & turn it into profit Resources: Website: https://www.shesnewsworthy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shesnewsworthy/ Waitlist for our signature PR program: https://www.shesnewsworthy.com/mediasuccess Our media pitch template: https://www.shesnewsworthy.com/mediapitchtemplate Newest resource, 20 media to pitch for maximum exposure: resources.shesnewsworthy.com/media She's Newsworthy Media Coaching: Media Success Coaching JOIN THE STEP-BY-STEP PODCAST LAUNCH PROGRAM: https://www.elevatepodcastco.com/courses Check It Out: Contracts Market: Affordable, customizable, Canadian contracts for your business Three Ships Beauty Code MADEITHAPPEN20 Powered by: Elevatepodcastco.com Start a podcast that stands out & amplifies your business! Connect With Us: Website: www.madeithappenpod.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/madeithappenpodcast/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/made-it-happen-podcast

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
Did Richard Crouse Like These Movies?

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 11:48


Did Richard Crouse Like This? The Showgram's favourite movie critic and host of CTV's Pop Life tells us about 3 movies you can see this week and let's us know what he thought to them! This Week: Slash/Back | The Black Phone | Elvis Keep listening after the review as producer Tony describes how Elvis' music was such a big part of his life!

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
This Week in Tech with Carmi Levi | MPs May Get Panic Buttons

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 28:18


Tankers charging drones with lasers: the focus of new DARPA program, tracking Parkinson's symptoms with Apple Watch, and more with Carmi Levy for This Week in Tech MPs are getting panic buttons to boost security, after minister reveals he got death threats with Chris Lewis, CTV's Public Safety Analyst

Inside The Stream
Enthusiasm and challenges revealed at the CTV ad summit

Inside The Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:09


Enthusiasm for the flexibility and innovation of CTV was on display at the VideoNuze Connected TV Ad Summit this week. But challenges – including measurement, attribution, and experience – remain.

The Heumann Perspective
Disabled & Queer Pride with Spencer West

The Heumann Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:55


This episode, Judy chats with Spencer West about his role in improving representation, the intersections of being gay and disabled, as well as the access differences he has discovered going from growing up in the U.S. to now living in Canada. The transcript for this podcast episode is available here. Follow Spencer on TikTok and Instagram @spencer2thewest After losing both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five due to a genetic disease, Spencer West tackled challenge after challenge, learning to navigate a world set against those with disabilities. Spencer is a successful global keynote speaker, content creator, and activist. He is known for summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, opening for Demi Lovato's 2014 World Tour, starring in the documentary Redefine Possible: The Story of Spencer West, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, and author of the best selling book Standing Tall: My Journey. He has over 3-million Tik Tok followers and has appeared countless times in the media including, ABC News, Buzz Feed, 60 Minutes, CTV, BBC News, TMZ, CNN, Forbes, and The Globe & Mail, CBS This Morning, Bloomberg, and was a featured guest on Season 2 of Karamo The Podcast, hosted by Karamo Brown. Related Links: Spencer's Website Every Body Curious Spencer x Crest Pride Campaign Spencer's Memoir This episode's Ask Judy question came from Keira Thompson. Check out her book, Mila and the Too Hard Hoop. If you'd like to submit a question for Ask Judy, send it to media@judithheumann.com or DM Judy on Instagram or Twitter. Find a shortened video version of this interview on Judy's YouTube channel.  Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.

The Heumann Perspective
Disabled & Queer Pride with Spencer West

The Heumann Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:55


This episode, Judy chats with Spencer West about his role in improving representation, the intersections of being gay and disabled, as well as the access differences he has discovered going from growing up in the U.S. to now living in Canada. This episode is sponsored by Fable Pathways. The transcript for this podcast episode is available here. Follow Spencer on TikTok and Instagram @spencer2thewest After losing both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five due to a genetic disease, Spencer West tackled challenge after challenge, learning to navigate a world set against those with disabilities. Spencer is a successful global keynote speaker, content creator, and activist. He is known for summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, opening for Demi Lovato's 2014 World Tour, starring in the documentary Redefine Possible: The Story of Spencer West, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, and author of the best selling book Standing Tall: My Journey. He has over 3-million Tik Tok followers and has appeared countless times in the media including, ABC News, Buzz Feed, 60 Minutes, CTV, BBC News, TMZ, CNN, Forbes, and The Globe & Mail, CBS This Morning, Bloomberg, and was a featured guest on Season 2 of Karamo The Podcast, hosted by Karamo Brown. Related Links: Spencer's Website Every Body Curious Spencer x Crest Pride Campaign Spencer's Memoir This episode's Ask Judy question came from Keira Thompson. Check out her book, Mila and the Too Hard Hoop. If you'd like to submit a question for Ask Judy, send it to media@judithheumann.com or DM Judy on Instagram or Twitter. Find a shortened video version of this interview on Judy's YouTube channel.  Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.

Next in Marketing
Why 'legacy thinking' is holding back CTV's ad potential

Next in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 36:45


Next in Marketing spoke to IAB CEO David Cohen about the state of ad-supported streaming, and why he's pushing traditional TV advertisers to shift their mindsets when it comes to pricing strategy, measurement and what role the medium will play over time. Cohen also spoke about how many brands have been dragging their feet when it comes to preparing for massive changes in ad targeting, and what he thinks the prospects are for a national data privacy law. Guest: David CohenHost: Mike Shields

Eyewitness History
"It's Exactly Why Ringo Starr Did The Rehearsals At Casino Rama"; Music PR Man Eric Alper Tells Some Stories

Eyewitness History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:58


Eric Alper is a Canadian music correspondent, blogger, radio host and former director of media relations, at eOne Music Canada based in Toronto, Ontario. Since 2016, Alper has run a music public relations company, That Eric Alper, and is the host of @ThatEricAlper show on SiriusXM.From 1998 till 2016, Alper was the director of media relations for eOne Music Canada working with Bob Geldof, Natalie MacMaster, Matt Dusk, Randy Bachman, Ringo Starr, Slash, The Wiggles, Snoop Dogg, The Smashing Pumpkins, Ray Charles, Sinead O'Connor, and Sesame Street.He started his own PR company in 2016. He has appeared as a music correspondent on numerous Canadian television and radio networks including on CTV, CBC Radio 2 and SiriusXM. Alper has been named to Billboard and The National Post's Best on Twitter. He is a prolific and highly organized prompt tweeter on Twitter with a 2021 Billboard article reporting that he posts more than 50 prompts a day, every day.Visit his website at https://www.thatericalper.com/

Firecracker Department with Naomi Snieckus

Our guest this week is Chinese-Canadian actor, writer - RONG FU! Rong was born in Qin-an, China and was raised in Toronto, Canada.  She knew at a young age that she wanted to be an actor and started her classical training in theatre at Earl Haig, an arts high school in Toronto and then went on to graduate from York University's Acting Conservatory in 2012.   Rong's theatrical debut was in the critically acclaimed production of THE CRUCIBLE at Soulpepper in Toronto.  She has since performed on stages across Canada in amazing productions including the Shaw Festival's STAGE KISS and THE ORCHARD AFTER CHEKHOV in Niagara-on-the Lake, Vertigo Theatre's SHERLOCK HOLMES and THE RAVEN'S CURSE in Calgary, Toronto Tarragon Theatre's THE MILLENNIAL MALCONTENT, and Roseneath Theatre's Dora Nominated THE MONEY TREE in Toronto. You may recognize Rong on the small screen in shows such as: CBC and NBC's PRETTY HARD CASES, CBC and Netflix's WORKIN' MOMS, CBS's AMERICAN GOTHIC, ABC's ROOKIE BLUE, CTV's CARTER, and The CW's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Most recently, on Paramount+'s STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS, and Lionsgate and BuzzFeed Studios' MY FAKE BOYFRIEND. Rong plays the romantic lead Avery in CBC Gem's original HELLO (AGAIN), a k-drama inspired rom-com created by Simu Liu and Nathalie Younglai, that recently won BEST DRAMA PILOT in the DIGITAL SHORTS SERIES in SeriesFest in Denver, Colorado. MAY FLOWERS, ASIANS IN THE SIXTH is a short film that Rong wrote and it premiered on CBC: CANADA REFLECTIONS in 2020.  She is a founding member of a community collective of Asian artists in film and television called ASIANS IN THE SIXTH as a Facebook group.  In 2021, she curated a program of various free industry workshops to uplift and support fellow Asian artists, including workshops about The Business Side of Acting and another workshop on Authenticity and Wellbeing. Twitter: @rongideas Instagram: @rongideas Website:  https://www.officialrongfu.com/ HELLO (AGAIN) @watchhelloagain #watchhelloagain @cbcgem Watch: https://gem.cbc.ca/media/hello-again/s01 Podcast Team Head Producer and Editor: Winnie Wong @wonder_wong Editor:  Shayne Stolz @shaynestolz Graphic: Vicki Brier @brier2019 To listen to the podcast: https://linktr.ee/firecrackerdept  Subscribe to our newsletter at https://www.firecrackerdepartment.com and follow us @firecrackerdept!

The Traffic & Conversions Show
How to Get Featured on Media Outlets Even if You're Just Starting Out with Larissa Banting

The Traffic & Conversions Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 45:24


Joining me today is Larissa Banting!  After a career as a professional dancer, Larissa Banting turned her creativity to marketing and public relations. One of only a handful of professionals to be Accredited by the Canadian Public Relations Society, her past clients include The City of St. Albert, Bombay Sapphire Gin, the Northern Alberta International Children's Festival, Nelvana, CBC and CTV networks.Since opening her boutique publicity agency, El Bee PR, Larissa and team have helped create a buzz about her clients, including SudShare and numerous entrepreneurs and solopreneurs. Today is all about how to get featured on media outlets even if you're just starting out!Let's talk about…What publicity is and how it's different from other forms of marketingHow to know when you're ready for publicityHow you can craft your story even if you think you don't have oneHow publicity can help your business and use it even if you are an introvertHow quickly you could see a feature in a magazine or podcastTaking on your own PR vs hiring an agencyWhat to look for when hiring an agencySHOW NOTES: https://themichellefernandez.com/podcast/144

The Digiday Podcast
Google's David Temkin sheds light on the company's preparations for disabling third-party cookies

The Digiday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 48:04


Google is keeping to its end-of-2023 deadline for disabling the use of third-party cookies in its Chrome browser, the company's senior director of product management, ads privacy and user trust David Temkin said in the latest episode of the Digiday Podcast. Of course, that timeline could still change, as it has before. But part of Google's decision to extend its previous deadline was to give the company time for testing and tweaking, said Temkin. “We've got a pretty good line of sight to the endpoint. We've got a good plan to get there, and we're making rapid progress,” he said. Much of that plan centers on Google's Privacy Sandbox, which spans the company's collection of cookie-replacing technologies. That includes contextual targeting proposal Topics and retargeting tool FLEDGE. And technically, Google has two Privacy Sandboxes: the web-oriented Privacy Sandbox for Chrome and the recently introduced mobile-minded Privacy Sandbox for Android. Considering the development of the connected TV advertising ecosystem and CTV's reliance on the cookie-like IP address, CTV would seem ripe to eventually receive its own Privacy Sandbox — a possibility that the Google executive entertained. “At some point in time, could solutions be delivered on CTV that would deliver the same kind of relevant advertising that you can see on these other identifier-free platforms? Yes,” said Temkin.

New Left Radio
What Happened in Ontario - with Andrew Lawton & David Moscrop

New Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:15


Like the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon). This week we're joined by Washington Post columnist David Moscrop and commentator, columnist, and True North fellow Andrew Lawton for a postmortem on the Ontario election. Why went wrong, who won, and who lost? About David Moscrop David Moscrop is a contributing columnist for The Washington Post, the host of the podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/open-to-debate-with-david-moscrop/id1441042667 (Open to Debate), and the author of https://gooselane.com/products/too-dumb-for-democracy ("Too Dumb for Democracy? Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones.") https://twitter.com/David_Moscrop (Follow David on Twitter) About Andrew Lawton Andrew Lawton is a broadcaster and columnist. Currently, he is a fellow at True North and a weekly columnist for Loonie Politics. His written work has been published across the world, including in the Washington Post, the National Post, the Toronto Sun, the Edmonton Sun, and Global News. Andrew has appeared as a commentator on CBC, CTV, TVO, CTS, and on BBC World. Andrew ran as a Progressive Conservative candidate in Ontario's 2018 provincial election. https://twitter.com/andrewlawton?s=21&t=jhZYCKbzPkmaRLCCmmZCyQ (Follow Andrew on Twitter) Stay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by https://newleft.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8227a4372fe8dc22bdbf0e3db&id=e99d6c70b4 (joining our mailing list) today! _________

Programmatic Digest's podcast
85. AdExchanger's Programmatic I/O Las Vegas: My Takeaways

Programmatic Digest's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 50:55


Ignite Visibility University
Why You Should Run Ads on Connected TV

Ignite Visibility University

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 3:38


What the heck is CTV? In this episode, Ignite Visibility CEO John Lincoln discusses CTV (Connected TV) and how you should use CTV to create YouTube Ads to integrate it into your marketing plan.

What Bitcoin Did
Why are Bitcoin Forks Contentious with Adam Back

What Bitcoin Did

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 76:41 Very Popular


“It's a competition of ideas… and it's a collaborative competition of ideas. So if you propose an organised set of ideas as a proposal, some parts of them might end up being good and used, and some parts might not. And you just have to be open to that.”— Adam BackAdam Back, an original cypherpunk, inventor of Hashcash and co-founder and CEO of Blockstream. We discuss the controversy around BIP 119: the soft fork proposal aiming to add “covenants” to Bitcoin. We also talk about the collapse of Luna. - - - - Flexible smart contracts are a USP of Ethereum and other blockchains. Currently, Bitcoin only enables basic smart contract functionality, such as a timelock that specifies when a transaction can be spent. BIP 119 proposes to add more flexibility for applying restrictions to transactions via a new programme operation code (opcode) called CheckTemplateVerify (CTV).CTV would enable conditions on spending UTXOs that would limit, not when they are spent, but how. These are referred to as “covenants”. It is envisaged CTV could significantly enhance Bitcoin by enabling a raft of new and powerful applications to be developed; these could bring new security, privacy and scalability benefits. The concern is that CTV is a significant change and could open up potential unknown security risks, or that if this functionality is desirable, it could be possible be better achieved with a different technical approachBIP119 has been authored and enthusiastically promoted by Bitcoin developer, Jeremy Rubin. It has been around now for 2 years, and whilst Rubin has generated support for BIP119, he has also faced criticism from prominent Bitcoiners for his approach and so far there doesn't seem to be consensus among the protocol development community on implementing the proposal.The consideration, approval and activation of changes to Bitcoin are methodical and slow. Further, such changes normally involve the development of competing ideas, and a collaborative approach to combine the best elements from these efforts. Notable critics feel that BIP119 is being too forcefully promoted and that more time is needed to test and consider alternatives.The pressure to innovate will always be there. The issue at hand is Bitcoin's USP: it has never been hacked. This has been hard-won. So it seems BIP119 isn't going to get a formal consensus at the moment. Rubin, however, could bypass the Core developers and implement a UASF. Could we again be about to test the limits of Bitcoin's rough consensus process? This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyBlockFi - The future of Bitcoin financial servicesSportsbet.io - Online sportsbook & casino that accepts BitcoinCasa - The leading provider of Bitcoin multisig key security.Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletCompass Mining - Bitcoin mining & hostingLVL - Bank on BitcoinBCB Group - Global digital financial Services-----WBD503 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

Nighttime
UFOs Above Canada - Daniel Otis on the Canadian Defence Minisiter's UFO briefing?!?

Nighttime

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:19


If you've read a Canadian news article covering the UFO topic there is a good chance Daniel Otis' likely wrote it. In a recent piece Daniel shared the surprising news that just last year the Canadian Defense minister received a briefing on the topic of UFOS. In this episode of Nighttime investigative journalist Daniel Otis will share some highlights from his recent reporting, including what he has learned about this unusual briefing. Episode Links: UFOs Above Canada Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ufosabovecanada/ Daniel's CTV article covering the Defense Minisite's UFO briefing: https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/canadian-defence-minister-was-briefed-on-ufos-ahead-of-u-s-intel-report-1.5890528 Credits: Musical Theme - Noir Tokyo by Monty Datta Provide feedback and comments on the episode: nighttimepodcast.com/contact Nighttime Links: Premium Feed: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/nighttimepod   Premium Feed: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.