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Par Jupiter !
Plus d'un Français sur deux partira en vacances à Noël... Et les autres se contenteront d'avoir les boules...

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 4:45


durée : 00:04:45 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - Le débat des trois candidats à la présidence LR, un sondage Ipsos qui montre qu'un jeune sur quatre n'aurait pas confiance dans les médias, et le designer belge Raf Simons qui annonce la fin de sa marque éponyme, c'est l'actu du jour !

KIRO Nights
Hour One: The Seahawks in Germany

KIRO Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 34:20


The Seahawks vs Tampa Bay in Germany this Sunday//Bruce Springsteen has a new album out of classic soul covers.//A new IPSOS survey on why non voters don't vote.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kısa Dalga Podcast
BÜLTEN / HERKES GAZI KISACAK

Kısa Dalga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 10:12


Ipsos anketine katılanların yüzde 67'si bu kış doğalgaz giderlerini kısacağını belirtti…./ Erdoğan'dan Kılıçdaroğlu'na: Sıkıysa başörtülü adayları koy .. / Akşener: Cumhuriyet krizi var… / amit Özdağ'a Soylu fezlekesi…/ Tahıl sevkiyatı krizi çözüldü… / Gündemin önemli gelişmeleri Demet Bilge Erkasap'ın hazırladığı bültende…

Grand reportage
En France, le fléau grandissant des punaises de lit

Grand reportage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 19:30


Après avoir disparu dans les années 50, les punaises de lit sont de retour et leur présence s'est accrue ces dernières années. Selon une étude réalisée en 2021 par le cabinet Ipsos, près de 5 millions de Français et Françaises ont été confronté.e.s à ce problème depuis 2016. Ces insectes ne sont pas vecteurs de maladie, mais provoquent des problèmes dermatologiques parfois graves et engendrent une dégradation de l'état de santé psychologique comme l'insomnie, ayant ainsi des répercussions sur la vie professionnelle, familiale et sociale. «En France, le fléau grandissant des punaises de lit», un Grand reportage de Justine Rodier.

Insider
Insider #126 - Prezidentské volby 2023

Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 55:40


Od agentury Ipsos máme exkluzivní volební modely k prvnímu i druhému kolu prezidentských voleb.  V podcastu k průzkumu přidáváme zajímavé komentáře, kontext i výklad. CELÝ DÍL NAJDETE NA PATREONU: https://patreon.com/insiderpodcast• Koho má postavit hnutí ANO, aby mělo šanci na úspěch? • Proč je Danuše Nerudová jediná, kdo ohrožuje gen. Pavla? • Může se opakovat scénář předvolebních průzkumů z roku 2013, kdy předpovídali úspěch Jana Fischera, který se nakonec nedostal ani do 2. kola? • Proč je SPD pro své voliče se svým kandidátem úplně mimo? • Jací kandidáti se přetahují o stejné voliče? Celá řada překvapivých dat, které nám naznačují, kam se mohou posouvat preference jednotlivých kandidátů. Své komentáře přidali i Michal Kormaňák z Ipsosu, který s námi na celém průzkumu spolupracoval, a volební sázkař Michal Sirový. Partnerem podcastu je advokátní kancelář ROWAN LEGAL a společnost young_block.Tato epizoda podcastu, stejně jako všechny ostatní, můžete sledovat na YouTube, kde uvidíte i všechny grafy. Sledujte nás: 

Do you really know?
How can I manage my chronic pain?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 4:21


Chronic pain is pain that lasts for an extended period of time, usually 12 weeks or more, despite medication or treatment. A study carried out by Ipsos on behalf of BBC news in March 2022 showed that 26% of adults living in the UK are suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain is a condition in its own right, which often remains hidden and misunderstood. It can last for several years, and can impact daily life and overall quality of life. It's also often stigmatized, in particular in young people and when the underlying cause can't be identified. Many people confuse chronic pain with acute pain, which actually goes away once the body heals, like with a broken bone or torn muscle. What are some examples of chronic pain? What can be done to manage chronic pain? Can chronic pain be cured? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: What is Fintech? What is an inclusive Barbie? What is queerbaiting, the marketing technique Harry Styles is accused of using? A Bababam Originals podcast written and produced by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

POLITICO's Pulse Check
Congress is primed for action on mental health

POLITICO's Pulse Check

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 9:25


Americans are now more concerned about their mental health than Covid, according to a recent poll from Ipsos, and the situation is motivating lawmakers in both parties to provide an increasingly stressed, depressed and anxious populace with the appropriate care. Grace Scullion talks with Lauren Gardner. Plus, David Lim on the FDA's new rule allowing over-the-counter hearing aids that goes into effect today.

C dans l'air
CDLA - VOS QUESTIONS SMS – 12/10/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:32


PÉNURIE DE CARBURANT : LA GRÈVE CONTINUE ET S' ÉTEND Avec les experts : - Christophe Barbier, éditorialiste politique, conseiller de la rédaction - Franc-Tireur - Astrid de Villaines, cheffe du service politique - Huffington Post, auteure de "Les 7 péchés capitaux de la gauche" - Gaëlle Macke, directrice déléguée de la rédaction - Challenges - Brice Teinturier, directeur général délégué - Institut de sondages Ipsos

The MM+M Podcast
MM+M Podcast 10.13.22: Novartis maps a digital ecosystem, U.S. mulls "march-in" rights

The MM+M Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 30:06


Marc speaks with Novartis' Janie Vitlina and Ipsos' Steve Reeves about a new approach to understanding how information flows within treatment categories, and Lecia offers an update on HHS Secretary Becerra's comment that the government is considering further drug pricing regulation, including possibly "march-in" rights. Plus: highlights from the 19th MM+M Awards ceremony. Follow us on twitter: @MMMnews www.mmm-online.com

Ipsos MORI Podcast
Ipsos Survey Research Methods Centre Podcast: How can experiments enhance surveys?

Ipsos MORI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 32:09


What can we learn from doing experiments on existing surveys? Alex Bogdan is joined by Eileen Irvin,  Associate Director,  and Nicholas Gilby, Research Director, Public Affairs, to discuss what it means to do survey experiments, what are some of the practicalities we need to consider, and how experiments have improved existing Ipsos research.

Ipsos MORI Podcast
Black History Month Podcast Mini-series - Episode 1: What's the big deal about Black Joy?

Ipsos MORI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 21:03


As the theme for Black History Month 2022, is ‘Time for Change: Actions, not Words', Ipsos' REACH (Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Heritage) Network has brought together some Black employees from Ipsos in the UK to discuss Black Joy! In this three-part podcast mini-series, you'll hear about what Black Joy is, the different ways it is experienced, why it's needed and how it plays a role in our work lives as well. Be prepared to learn, laugh and challenge your thinking! In this first episode, REACH- co-chair Belinda Lartey speaks with Deqa Jama, Rhia Harry and Wunmi Akande about what Black Joy is and how it is important in changing the narrative of what it is to be Black. They also discuss the peculiarity of Black laughter…!

Ipsos Views
Ipsos Views: The Perils of Prediction

Ipsos Views

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 30:35


It is extremely difficult to make accurate predictions, but that has never stopped us from trying. Even people with deep subject matter expertise have mixed forecasting records - so we should be very wary of the projections that are offered to us. But it still makes sense to prepare for what might be coming towards us, and to make ourselves resilient to a range of possibilities. In this episode, you can hear our Global CEO Ben Page, and our Trends & Foresight Engagement Manager Rob Gear (both ably assisted by some voices from 1966) explain why and how we should take a different approach to facing an uncertain future. You can also watch Ben talking about a similar subject here.

Revue de presse française
À la Une: une double première judiciaire…

Revue de presse française

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 4:19


Hier, relate Sud-Ouest, « les Français ont appris que le ministre de la Justice, Eric Dupont-Moretti était renvoyé devant la Cour de justice de la République, puisque le très fidèle et irremplaçable bras droit du chef de l'État, Alexis Kohler, avait été mis en examen la semaine dernière, lui aussi pour prise illégale d'intérêts. Deux premières d'un coup. »  Finalement, pour ce qui concerne le garde des Sceaux, « pas de surprise, relève Libération, mais toujours une forme d'incompréhension et même de l'inquiétude. Le renvoi d'Éric Dupond-Moretti devant la Cour de justice de la République était attendu. Son pourvoi en cassation l'était tout autant. Comme la confirmation du côté de l'Élysée que la jurisprudence qui a longtemps voulu qu'un ministre mis en examen quitte ses fonctions appartient bel et bien au passé. Pas de surprises, donc, mais à l'arrivée une situation inédite, s'exclame Libération : jamais un ministre de la Justice n'avait fait l'objet d'un renvoi devant la CJR. Avouez que c'est plus que baroque, pointe encore le journal, et assez peu en phase avec le concept de sérénité qu'on accole normalement à l'idée de justice et à ceux qui la représentent. C'est d'ailleurs le vrai problème de cette histoire et l'objet de l'inquiétude de beaucoup. Le niveau de tensions et de défiance entre les magistrats, leur ministre et le pouvoir exécutif n'a jamais atteint un tel niveau. »  Vent mauvais ?  « République exemplaire : le serment d'hypocrites », dénonce pour sa part La Charente Libre. « C'est l'histoire d'un ministre de la Justice et d'un vice-président. Ils devaient régner sur une République exemplaire promise par leur patron. Ce lundi, la République exemplaire annoncée en 2017 s'effrite tel un bloc submergé par les vents mauvais, marées judiciaires et rafales de mises en examen. (…) On ne mesure pas l'effet de ce poison lent qui gangrène notre démocratie, fulmine encore La Charente Libre, avec l'appui assumé d'Emmanuel Macron. À son arrivée en 2017, les mis en examen devaient renoncer à leur poste au sein de l'exécutif. (…) À partir de 2021, changement de pied du Président : quand la justice s'intéresse de trop près à ses proches, c'est parce qu'elle veut s'attaquer à lui à travers eux. »   Alors, attention, prévient le quotidien charentais, « à force de présenter la justice comme un adversaire et non un pilier de la République, pourquoi les Français ne reprendraient pas l'exemple d'en haut pour suivre les politiques les plus extrêmes qui font d'autres piliers républicains des dangers, à commencer par l'État de droit ? »  Prendre ses distances avec le travail : un luxe ?  À la Une du Figaro, ce constat : « les Français et le travail : le grand bouleversement » « Quête de sens, rejet de la hiérarchie, volonté de privilégier sa vie personnelle… Depuis le début de la crise sanitaire et l'émergence du télétravail, un salarié sur trois, selon une enquête Ipsos, a changé son plan de carrière. Et un salarié sur quatre, révèle un autre sondage, envisage de démissionner prochainement. »  C'est vrai, reconnait Le Figaro, « la valeur travail, que Macron et la droite veulent réhabiliter, n'a plus la cote. Elle la retrouvera d'autant moins, commente le journal, que gauche et syndicats réunis, qui la défendaient bec et ongles, y sont désormais quasiment tous foncièrement hostiles, lui préférant le droit à la paresse. »  Et Le Figaro de prévenir : « il faut tout le confort de notre société d'abondance et de notre modèle social sans équivalent pour s'autoriser cette prise de distance avec l'effort et les contraintes professionnelles. Mais la France et l'Occident ne sont pas seuls au monde. Ailleurs, d'autres n'ont pas ce luxe. Sans états d'âme, ils accélèrent et nous défient. Il faudra bien se réveiller avant qu'il soit trop tard. »  Brésil : le populisme a de beaux jours devant lui…  Enfin, la présidentielle au Brésil, avec finalement un second tour entre Lula et Bolsonaro… « Le populisme a de beaux jours devant lui, relève La Croix. Coriace, il engage ceux qui le combattent dans une guerre totale et asymétrique. Comme Donald Trump, Jair Bolsonaro ne recule devant aucun bobard, aucune foucade, il joue sans vergogne des failles du système informationnel pour installer ses supporteurs dans des réalités parallèles, où l'Amazonie ne brûle pas, où le climat ne se réchauffe pas, où le Covid ne tue pas. Où les élections perdues sont gagnées. Cela fonctionne auprès d'une part importante de la population brésilienne. Ce qui n'augure rien de bon, conclut La Croix, pour le lendemain du second tour, quel qu'en soit le résultat. » 

Si tu écoutes, j'annule tout
Demissão da Ipsos ! ! ! 

Si tu écoutes, j'annule tout

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:23


durée : 00:05:23 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - Emmanuel Macron promet de travailler à de « nouvelles sanctions » contre la Russie, au Brésil, Lula devance de peu Jaïr Bolsonaro, et la cour de Justice de la République qui ordonne un procès contre Eric Dupont Moretti pour soupçons de conflit d'intérêt, c'est l'actu du jour !

Le journal de presque 17h17
Demissão da Ipsos ! ! ! 

Le journal de presque 17h17

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:23


durée : 00:05:23 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - par : Charline Vanhoenacker, Alex Vizorek - Emmanuel Macron promet de travailler à de « nouvelles sanctions » contre la Russie, au Brésil, Lula devance de peu Jaïr Bolsonaro, et la cour de Justice de la République qui ordonne un procès contre Eric Dupont Moretti pour soupçons de conflit d'intérêt, c'est l'actu du jour !

Par Jupiter !
Demissão da Ipsos ! ! ! 

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:23


durée : 00:05:23 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - Emmanuel Macron promet de travailler à de « nouvelles sanctions » contre la Russie, au Brésil, Lula devance de peu Jaïr Bolsonaro, et la cour de Justice de la République qui ordonne un procès contre Eric Dupont Moretti pour soupçons de conflit d'intérêt, c'est l'actu du jour !

Reportage International
Malaisie: le voile, un sujet de débat difficile

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 2:32


Les mouvements de protestations en Iran sur le port du voile après la mort de Mahsa Amini suscitent des réactions diverses dans les pays musulmans. En Malaisie, le sujet reste difficile à aborder. Le voile n'y est pourtant pas obligatoire pour les musulmanes, mais les derniers sondages à ce sujet notent une pression grandissante à le porter et certaines intellectuelles déplorent, elles, un manque de débat autour de ce sujet souvent plus politique et historique que religieux. Siti Kasim fait partie des rares Malaisiennes à s'être rendue cette semaine devant l'ambassade d'Iran pour déposer une bougie honorant la mémoire de Mahsa Amini. Un bref moment qui a valu à cette avocate d'être interrogée par la police. Quelques jours après cela, cette Malaisienne musulmane qui aime coiffer ses cheveux en chignon déplore le peu d'intérêt pour le mouvement de protestations en Iran dans son pays. « C'est vraiment décevant que le gouvernement, les politiciens, les médias grand public ne parlent même pas de cela, observe-t-elle, heureusement qu'il y a Twitter pour s'informer sur cela ! » Mais si l'avocate est déçue de ce silence politique dans son pays où désormais la majorité de ses concitoyennes musulmanes sont voilées, elle n'en est pourtant pas vraiment surprise. « D'année en année, poursuit-elle, je vois de plus en plus les politiciens utiliser la religion musulmane comme un outil pour inciter la majorité de la population qui est musulmane à voter pour eux, en se posant comme des défenseurs puritains de l'islam. Or ce qu'il faut bien comprendre, c'est que dans le pays multi-ethnique qu'est la Malaisie, l'islam est toujours étroitement lié avec l'ethnie majoritaire que constituent les Malais. Cette ethnie comme cette religion sont inscrites sur nos papiers d'identité et il est impossible d'en changer. Et ces dernières décennies, l'identité malaise s'est presque entièrement résumée à la religion, à une certaine pratique de la religion. Lorsque j'étais enfant pourtant, dans les années 1980 et 1990, on voyait très peu de femmes malaises voilées, et l'on voyait même des hommes malais sur les publicités boire de la bière Guinness ! Mais aujourd'hui, note Siti Kasim, une femme malaise non voilée comme je le suis est souvent diabolisée, on est souvent perçue comme des femmes sans morales ».  ► À lire aussi : En Malaisie, le monde de l'humour face à une vague répressive Un ressenti confirmé par l'enquête réalisée auprès de 675 femmes musulmanes par l'association féministe malaisienne Sisters in Islam et l'institut de sondage Ipsos en 2019. 83% d'entre elles pensent que le fait de porter ou non le voile relève d'un choix personnel comme d'un droit, mais 90% d'entre elles considèrent que cela demeure une nécessité en tant que musulmane.  Maryam Lee est une autrice malaisienne qui a elle changé d'avis à ce sujet, et raconte ce parcours dans un livre, Unveiling Choice : « On m'a dit de porter le hijab à neuf ans et je ne me suis pas posé de question à cet âge-là, se rappelle-t-elle. J'ai juste accepté ça, les gens me disaient de ne pas poser de questions, et comme lorsqu'on est enfant, on cherche l'approbation de ses pairs, on veut être accepté et aimé par la société. Donc, j'ai seulement commencé à me poser des questions quand je suis allée à l'université. Jusque-là, je ne savais pas que je pouvais choisir de ne pas être voilée, on ne m'avait jamais dit ça, on m'avait dit : “Porte le hijab ou sinon tu iras en enfer”. Et, dit comme ça, ce n'est vraiment pas un choix. » « Soyez invisibles, si vous êtes visibles, vous allez attirer tous les hommes » À l'université, la jeune femme qui est aujourd'hui trentenaire raconte s'être soudainement passionnée par les raisons historiques de l'évolution du port du voile en Malaisie. C'est un changement graduel, qui a en fait commencé dans la classe moyenne. Ce sont les étudiantes à l'université qui ont commencé à se voiler en premier dans les années 1970 et 1980. Un mouvement étudiant célèbre à l'époque a commencé à porter le hijab comme un signe de contestation, de refus du contrôle, en fait le hijab était alors un symbole de lutte. Ensuite, la classe ouvrière a imité ces étudiantes, à un moment dans l'histoire où les femmes sont devenues de plus en plus actives dans le monde du travail. Or à cette époque, le travail le plus évident pour les femmes, c'était d'aller à l'usine. Car comme on les payait moins, on les employait massivement. Du coup, beaucoup de jeunes filles qui venaient de la Malaisie rurale partaient vers les grandes villes. Et la société dans son ensemble a commencé à avoir une peur, à se dire : “Qui va surveiller nos filles en ville ?” Donc, la société a commencé à réfléchir à des moyens qui pourraient amener les femmes à se surveiller elles-mêmes, à penser qu'elles ne doivent pas attirer l'attention. Et une des choses qui étaient dites aux femmes musulmanes, c'était “soyez invisibles, si vous êtes visibles, vous allez attirer tous les hommes.”  Lorsque quelques décennies plus tard, Maryam Lee a finalement décidé de retirer son voile, elle s'est vu devenir l'objet d'une controverse dans sa propre famille. Un émoi qui lui en a rappelé un autre, une génération avant elle. « Ce qui est drôle, développe-t-elle, c'est que ma mère n'a commencé à porter le hijab qu'à l'adolescence, car sa mère à elle ne portait pas de hijab ! Ce n'était pas la coutume à l'époque. Et ma mère m'a dit une fois que quand elle a décidé de porter le voile, sa mère était très énervée. Donc, imaginez : la génération de ma grand-mère était en colère contre la génération de ma mère qui voulait porter le hijab, et maintenant la génération de ma mère est énervée que ma génération puisse vouloir ne pas porter de voile. »   Avec cet éclairage historique et familial en tête, Maryam Lee s'attache donc à défendre dans son livre, qui n'a pas manqué de susciter diverses critiques, le choix pour toute femme de se voiler comme de ne pas se voiler, et d'inciter la société en général à veiller à ce que cette décision soit libre et éclairée.  ► À lire aussi : Malaisie : un État interdit aux femmes de se produire sur scène en présence d'hommes

I Hear Things
Podcasters Are Buying Millions of Listeners Through Mobile-Game Ads & 7 Other Stories

I Hear Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 11:13


This week: Podcasts found using mobile game ads for downloads, a trio of new pixels announced, and the Independent is reframing programmatic for advertisers. Podcasters Are Buying Millions of Listeners Through Mobile-Game Ads Manuela: Our first story is a big one! This Tuesday, Bloomberg's Ashely Carman published a piece reporting on the discovery that podcast companies are serving podcast players as ads in mobile games. For those not hip to mobile gaming: free-to-play mobile video games traditionally generate revenue by interrupting gameplay on a regular basis with a skippable ad, with the option to watch a 20 second unskippable ad in exchange they receive beneficial in-game items, or more attempts to play that day. Instead of serving a video ad, which is one of the more common uses of these platforms, some companies are serving a web player that plays the an episode of a podcast. The ads are timed, requiring the app user to interact for often 20 seconds or more, which is more than enough time to download an entire 1 hour podcast through progressive downloading. That download and every ad in that download would be seen as legitimate by current IAB podcast standards, even though the app user was prompted to move out of the ad and back to the game after the timer ended.Ad fraud detection company DeepSee's August examination of ads in the popular game Subway Surfers spotted podcasts from the New York Post, independent podcaster Scott Savlov, and iHeartMedia. Carman interviewed Corey Weiner, CEO of Jun Group, a company specializing in placing ads in mobile apps. The starting rate for Jun Group placement is a $27 CPM for one of the 20 second ads. Jun Group's main podcast client is iHeartMedia.  “According to a person familiar with the effort, the radio company, which bills itself as the top podcast publisher globally, has shelled out more than $10 million and gained approximately 6 million unique listeners per month through these ads since 2018."During the last week of August, half of the top ten trending podcasts in Podtrac were iHeart productions that hadn't uploaded new episodes in weeks, if not months, according to Carmen. Podtrac is an industry ranker that only measures podcasts that opt into their platform's prefix analytics solution, and recently independent developer John Spurlock identified that Spreaker from iHeart had added the prefix to podcasts on their platform en masse.  Yesterday Podnews published exclusive info regarding iHeart rankings: “Are these plays counting for iHeart's “#1 for podcasting” Podtrac ranking? Podnews analysis confirms that the embedded podcast players used, as documented by DeepSee, makes a call to Chartable and a call to Podtrac.” Podnews editor James Cridland then links to Podnews coverage of a 2018 story in which iHeartMedia was busted embedding podcasts on the websites of hundreds of affiliate radio stations, inflating play counts.The core problem that led to this story existing lies in the fact that there are minimal requirements for podcast players and not requirements for reporting transparency to podcast advertisers. Podcast players like Apple are Spotify are safe to trust as one can be 99% sure it's coming from their apps. Even web player traffic is generally trustworthy given it's assigned less inventory in general. That said, it's time for the industry to figure out stricter guidelines for web players and more obligations to our advertisers.It's not immediately clear what the finite details of a solution will be, but if all the big players in the industry came together for the sake of transparency they can build something. Something that would get publishers and advertisers alike reevaluating what inventory is or isn't valuable based on where it's played rather than simply if it's played. Pixels Galore - Podscribe and Gumball launch podcast analytics, and Magellan launches attribution Shreya: Time to increase your resolution, several new pixels have recently arrived in podcasting. First up: a little trip to the past. Back on August 11th Podscribe announced third party impression verification. Or, in their words, third pod-y impression verification. Once users get the pixel to their publisher they will receive real-time downloads. “As early publishers in all other seasoned media forms discovered, 3rd party verification both facilitates and is required for significant scale.” The new verification comes designed to automatically sync to Google Sheets, allows for flagging of campaigns if suspicious data starts coming in, and GARM methodology brand safety monitoring.  Flashing forward to last Thursday, our second pixel comes from Magellan AI with their new Attribution by Magellan AI. With the new Attribution tech both advertisers and publishers will have details like campaign performance and pacing at their fingertips within the Magellan AI dashboard. “We are helping brands and agencies complete the entire buyer's journey in one seamless location to enable them to scale with ease as the podcast industry exponentially grows,” said Cameron Hendrix, CEO and co-founder of Magellan AI. And for the final pixel, a bit more recent: This Tuesday Gumball, adtech division of the podcast network Headgum, announced a new feature titled Gumshoe. “Prior to Gumshoe, host-read ad measurement and verification were archaic, requiring podcasters to provide screenshots to verify impressions and download data. Gumshoe, which works with most major hosting platforms and is compatible for both embedded and dynamic ad formats, now digitizes this function to add increased communication and transparency.”  How The Independent is getting brands on board to advertise against breaking news Manuela: This Monday Digiday's Kayleigh Barber covered a talk by The Independent's SVP of U.S. publication, Blair Tapper, about the fight to sell inventory as a publication covering breaking news. In a world where huge negative stories are breaking on a regular basis, a publication that doesn't have subscriptions to rely on has to ensure skittish advertisers have confidence in where their inventory is being served. According to Tapper, 75% of The Independent's ad revenue in the U.S. comes from programmatic ads. Given news is a commonly-avoided category, her team has focused on recontextualizing programmatic in a way that combats advertiser's negative preconceived notions. “Programmatic advertising makes up approximately 75% of The Independent's advertising revenue in the U.S., according to Tapper. But because news is such a highly avoided category by many advertisers, her team has been working to reframe the idea that buying programmatically means losing control over where and when a display ad gets placed.” “There used to be this misnomer that programmatic was just all of these underground pipes [that spit out ads like] magic. I really believe that's not the case. Programmatic is still a human business, it's still a human sell — it's just a different way of buying inventory. And so if you can humanize the programmatic relationship, I think a lot of the objections to news go away.” In addition to that, Tapper spoke to fighting against rudimentary lists of blacklisted keywords that accidentally catch false positives. An example given is if the keyword “shot” were to be blocked to avoid serving ads on school shootings, it also eliminates any sports articles that describe a player taking a shot at a goal.  “To remedy this, Tapper's team works with IAS, Ipsos and NewsGuard to try and contextualize the articles affected by keyword blocking.” It has been said before on The Download and we'll say it again in future: Programmatic is not a dirty word, it's a tool that works as well as you use it.  Quick Hits: Recommended Weekend Reading Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week's five great reads are: Has streaming made it harder to discover new music? By Alexis Petridis. Discoverability in podcasting is a common conversation topic. This op-ed discusses how modern music discoverability has a habit of playing things safe, to the point the charts frequently feature old songs brought to temporary viral fame due to television and TikTok.  Why Kochava says it doesn't want to settle with the FTC by Ryan Barwick. Back in our September 8th episode we covered the beginnings of the FTC lawsuit against data broker Kochava. Barwick is reporting on the story again and, spoiler alert, Kochava's still not backing down.   ‘Harder to dispute': Ebiquity CEO on why advertisers are slowing spending in the Google-Facebook duopoly by Seb Joseph. While Google and Facebook are doing just fine for themselves, ad dollars are beginning to slow down as a myriad of factors combine to rumble the social media giants. Digiday+ Research: What are publishers' priorities heading into Q4? By Julia Tabisz. Back in Q1 Digiday surveyed publishers on where their business priorities lay over the next six months. Now they've run the same survey again for Q4.  The Chaos Of Privacy Compliance In The US by Alyssa Boyle. Boyle interviews Dominique Shelton Leipzig, partner at Mayer Brown on the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act, as well as potential new rules from the FTC. The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied
Podcasters Are Buying Millions of Listeners Through Mobile-Game Ads & 7 Other Stories

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 11:13


This week: Podcasts found using mobile game ads for downloads, a trio of new pixels announced, and the Independent is reframing programmatic for advertisers. Podcasters Are Buying Millions of Listeners Through Mobile-Game Ads Manuela: Our first story is a big one! This Tuesday, Bloomberg's Ashely Carman published a piece reporting on the discovery that podcast companies are serving podcast players as ads in mobile games. For those not hip to mobile gaming: free-to-play mobile video games traditionally generate revenue by interrupting gameplay on a regular basis with a skippable ad, with the option to watch a 20 second unskippable ad in exchange they receive beneficial in-game items, or more attempts to play that day. Instead of serving a video ad, which is one of the more common uses of these platforms, some companies are serving a web player that plays the an episode of a podcast. The ads are timed, requiring the app user to interact for often 20 seconds or more, which is more than enough time to download an entire 1 hour podcast through progressive downloading. That download and every ad in that download would be seen as legitimate by current IAB podcast standards, even though the app user was prompted to move out of the ad and back to the game after the timer ended.Ad fraud detection company DeepSee's August examination of ads in the popular game Subway Surfers spotted podcasts from the New York Post, independent podcaster Scott Savlov, and iHeartMedia. Carman interviewed Corey Weiner, CEO of Jun Group, a company specializing in placing ads in mobile apps. The starting rate for Jun Group placement is a $27 CPM for one of the 20 second ads. Jun Group's main podcast client is iHeartMedia.  “According to a person familiar with the effort, the radio company, which bills itself as the top podcast publisher globally, has shelled out more than $10 million and gained approximately 6 million unique listeners per month through these ads since 2018."During the last week of August, half of the top ten trending podcasts in Podtrac were iHeart productions that hadn't uploaded new episodes in weeks, if not months, according to Carmen. Podtrac is an industry ranker that only measures podcasts that opt into their platform's prefix analytics solution, and recently independent developer John Spurlock identified that Spreaker from iHeart had added the prefix to podcasts on their platform en masse.  Yesterday Podnews published exclusive info regarding iHeart rankings: “Are these plays counting for iHeart's “#1 for podcasting” Podtrac ranking? Podnews analysis confirms that the embedded podcast players used, as documented by DeepSee, makes a call to Chartable and a call to Podtrac.” Podnews editor James Cridland then links to Podnews coverage of a 2018 story in which iHeartMedia was busted embedding podcasts on the websites of hundreds of affiliate radio stations, inflating play counts.The core problem that led to this story existing lies in the fact that there are minimal requirements for podcast players and not requirements for reporting transparency to podcast advertisers. Podcast players like Apple are Spotify are safe to trust as one can be 99% sure it's coming from their apps. Even web player traffic is generally trustworthy given it's assigned less inventory in general. That said, it's time for the industry to figure out stricter guidelines for web players and more obligations to our advertisers.It's not immediately clear what the finite details of a solution will be, but if all the big players in the industry came together for the sake of transparency they can build something. Something that would get publishers and advertisers alike reevaluating what inventory is or isn't valuable based on where it's played rather than simply if it's played. Pixels Galore - Podscribe and Gumball launch podcast analytics, and Magellan launches attribution Shreya: Time to increase your resolution, several new pixels have recently arrived in podcasting. First up: a little trip to the past. Back on August 11th Podscribe announced third party impression verification. Or, in their words, third pod-y impression verification. Once users get the pixel to their publisher they will receive real-time downloads. “As early publishers in all other seasoned media forms discovered, 3rd party verification both facilitates and is required for significant scale.” The new verification comes designed to automatically sync to Google Sheets, allows for flagging of campaigns if suspicious data starts coming in, and GARM methodology brand safety monitoring.  Flashing forward to last Thursday, our second pixel comes from Magellan AI with their new Attribution by Magellan AI. With the new Attribution tech both advertisers and publishers will have details like campaign performance and pacing at their fingertips within the Magellan AI dashboard. “We are helping brands and agencies complete the entire buyer's journey in one seamless location to enable them to scale with ease as the podcast industry exponentially grows,” said Cameron Hendrix, CEO and co-founder of Magellan AI. And for the final pixel, a bit more recent: This Tuesday Gumball, adtech division of the podcast network Headgum, announced a new feature titled Gumshoe. “Prior to Gumshoe, host-read ad measurement and verification were archaic, requiring podcasters to provide screenshots to verify impressions and download data. Gumshoe, which works with most major hosting platforms and is compatible for both embedded and dynamic ad formats, now digitizes this function to add increased communication and transparency.”  How The Independent is getting brands on board to advertise against breaking news Manuela: This Monday Digiday's Kayleigh Barber covered a talk by The Independent's SVP of U.S. publication, Blair Tapper, about the fight to sell inventory as a publication covering breaking news. In a world where huge negative stories are breaking on a regular basis, a publication that doesn't have subscriptions to rely on has to ensure skittish advertisers have confidence in where their inventory is being served. According to Tapper, 75% of The Independent's ad revenue in the U.S. comes from programmatic ads. Given news is a commonly-avoided category, her team has focused on recontextualizing programmatic in a way that combats advertiser's negative preconceived notions. “Programmatic advertising makes up approximately 75% of The Independent's advertising revenue in the U.S., according to Tapper. But because news is such a highly avoided category by many advertisers, her team has been working to reframe the idea that buying programmatically means losing control over where and when a display ad gets placed.” “There used to be this misnomer that programmatic was just all of these underground pipes [that spit out ads like] magic. I really believe that's not the case. Programmatic is still a human business, it's still a human sell — it's just a different way of buying inventory. And so if you can humanize the programmatic relationship, I think a lot of the objections to news go away.” In addition to that, Tapper spoke to fighting against rudimentary lists of blacklisted keywords that accidentally catch false positives. An example given is if the keyword “shot” were to be blocked to avoid serving ads on school shootings, it also eliminates any sports articles that describe a player taking a shot at a goal.  “To remedy this, Tapper's team works with IAS, Ipsos and NewsGuard to try and contextualize the articles affected by keyword blocking.” It has been said before on The Download and we'll say it again in future: Programmatic is not a dirty word, it's a tool that works as well as you use it.  Quick Hits: Recommended Weekend Reading Shreya: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week's five great reads are: Has streaming made it harder to discover new music? By Alexis Petridis. Discoverability in podcasting is a common conversation topic. This op-ed discusses how modern music discoverability has a habit of playing things safe, to the point the charts frequently feature old songs brought to temporary viral fame due to television and TikTok.  Why Kochava says it doesn't want to settle with the FTC by Ryan Barwick. Back in our September 8th episode we covered the beginnings of the FTC lawsuit against data broker Kochava. Barwick is reporting on the story again and, spoiler alert, Kochava's still not backing down.   ‘Harder to dispute': Ebiquity CEO on why advertisers are slowing spending in the Google-Facebook duopoly by Seb Joseph. While Google and Facebook are doing just fine for themselves, ad dollars are beginning to slow down as a myriad of factors combine to rumble the social media giants. Digiday+ Research: What are publishers' priorities heading into Q4? By Julia Tabisz. Back in Q1 Digiday surveyed publishers on where their business priorities lay over the next six months. Now they've run the same survey again for Q4.  The Chaos Of Privacy Compliance In The US by Alyssa Boyle. Boyle interviews Dominique Shelton Leipzig, partner at Mayer Brown on the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act, as well as potential new rules from the FTC. The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Tom Webster are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Focus economia
Bollette: +59% il prezzo della luce

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


Pur non essendo in grado di evitare il netto aumento previsto, l'Arera, Autorità di regolazione Energia Reti e Ambiente, ha limitato al +59% l'aumento del prezzo di riferimento dell'energia elettrica per la famiglia tipo in tutela per il quarto trimestre del 2022. Senza l'intervento eccezionale dell'Autorità - che si somma agli interventi del Governo - avremmo registrato un sostanziale raddoppio. Ne parliamo con Stefano Saglia - componente del collegio di Arera, Autorità di Regolazione Energia Reti e Ambiente. Assopanificatori, pronti a tagli produzione per l'aumento dei costi di energia e materie prime I partecipanti alla riunione del Coordinamento di Assopanificatori di Confesercenti che si è svolta ieri hanno evidenziato la grave crisi che si sta per abbattere sulle loro aziende a causa dell'aumento dei costi dell'energia, in concomitanza anche con gli altri aumenti, dal grano, al lievito, al burro, alle altre utenze, fino al costo del personale. Per l'associazione le misure fin qui varate, credito d'imposta e prestiti garantiti alle imprese, se da un lato colgono l'esigenza del qui ed ora, non tengono conto che, comunque, si stanno caricando le imprese di nuovi debiti a cui non potranno far fronte nei prossimi 2 o 3 mesi. Ci colleghiamo con il presidente di Fiesa Assopanificatori Confesercenti, Davide Trombini, secondo il quale "Continuare in queste condizioni è diventato impossibile" e quindi che "senza un intervento che stabilizzi i costi delle bollette agli importi medi del 2021 molte aziende della panificazione dovranno rimodulare i cicli produttivi, riducendo la produzione e conseguentemente il personale". Spiragli positivi per il rigassificatore a Piombino C'è ottimismo sulla fattibilità del rigassificatore a Piombino. Il commissario straordinario di governo per la realizzazione del rigassificatore di Piombino e governatore della regione Toscana Eugenio Giani dovrà dare il parere definitivo sull'autorizzazione entro il 27 ottobre: se sarà positivo, la nave rigassificatrice arriverà a Piombino nel mese di gennaio.Stefano Venier, amministratore delegato di Snam, è fiducioso: «Abbiamo la scadenza del 30 ottobre per il via libera e non ho motivo, in questo momento, di pensare che non si possa chiudere positivamente». Ci aggiorna Ilaria Masini - collaboratrice di Radio 24 da Piombino. Alimentari più colpiti dall'inflazione, continua il fenomeno della shrinkflation Secondo l'ultima rilevazione dell'Osservatorio Ipsos sull'inflazione i prodotti alimentari rimangono la categoria di spesa in cui gli italiani registrano maggior rincari, infatti, l'81% degli intervistati dichiara di aver percepiti costanti aumenti.Le maggiori variazioni si registrano nei prodotti per l'igiene della persona, nell'abbigliamento e calzature, nei prodotti di bellezza e così via. Inoltre si palesa anche il fenomeno della Shrinkflation, ovvero le aziende produttrici che riducono il contenuto dei prodotti all'interno del packaging mantenendo lo stesso prezzo. Negli ultimi mesi è capitato a oltre un consumatore su due. Ne parliamo con Katia Cazzaniga - Direttore di Ricerca e responsabile dell'Osservatorio Inflazione di Ipsos.

Pamela Cerdeira
¿Qué le preocupa al mundo y a los mexicanos?

Pamela Cerdeira

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 7:35


En entrevista con Pamela Cerdeira, para MVS Noticias, Ricardo Salas, director de Public Affairs de Ipsos en México explicó ¿qué le preocupa al mundo y a los mexicanos?

Ipsos Views
The Ipsos Reputation Council Report: 15th sitting

Ipsos Views

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 12:22


Milorad Ajder, the Global Leader of our Corporate Reputation service line discusses some of the key findings from, and implications of, our latest Reputation Council Report. Across this 12 minute conversation, we cover the emergence of stakeholder capitalism, whether ESG is here to stay, and how corporations need to be clear not just about their sense of purpose, but how they convey it.

Happy Market Research Podcast
Ep. 572 – A Guide to Tracking Research with Emmanuel Probst, the Global Lead of Brand Thought-Leadership & Senior Vice President of Brand Health Tracking at IPSOS

Happy Market Research Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 33:27


My guest today is Emmanuel Probst, the Global Lead of Brand Thought-Leadership & Senior Vice President of Brand Health Tracking at IPSOS, Author, and Professor at UCLA. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Paris France, Ipsos is among the largest global market research and consulting firms. Ipsos has over 18,000 employees and serves more than 5,000 brands.  Find Emmanuel Online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emmanuelprobst/ Website: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us  Find Jamin Online: Email: jamin@happymr.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jaminbrazilTwitter: www.twitter.com/jaminbrazil  Find Us Online:  Twitter: www.twitter.com/happymrxp LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/happymarketresearch Facebook: www.facebook.com/happymrxp Website: www.happymr.com  Music:  “Clap Along” by Auditionauti: https://audionautix.com  This Episode is Sponsored by: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in Marketing Research Program delivers the #1 ranked insights and analytics graduate degree in three formats:  Full-time on campus Full-time online Part-time online NEW FOR 2022:  If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their 3-course certificates: Insights Design or Insights Analysis.  In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build toward your graduation. If you are looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSMU's programs at: broad.msu.edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operation platform for private panel management, qualitative automation including video audition questions, and surveys.  For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit hubux.com.  [00:00:00] Jamin Brazil: Hey, everybody. I'm Jamin. You're listening to the Happy Market Research Podcast. My guest today is Emmanuel Probst, the Global Leader of Brand Thought-Leadership and Senior Vice President of brand health tracking at Ipsos. He's also an author and professor at UCLA. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Paris, France, Ipsos is among the largest global market research and consulting firms. Ipsos has over 18,000 employees and services more than 5,000 brands. Emmanuel, thank you very much for joining me on the Happy Market Research Podcast. [00:00:36] Emmanuel Probst: Jamin, thank you for having me on your show. Really appreciate it. Always great connecting with you and your listeners. [00:00:45] Jamin Brazil: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in marketing research program delivers the number-one ranked insights and analytics degree in three formats. Full-time on campus, full-time online, and part-time online. New for 2022. If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their three core certifications, insights, design, or insights analysis. In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build towards your graduation. If you're looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSN news program at broad. msu. edu/marketing. Again, broad. msu. edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operations platform for private panel management, qualitative automation, including video audition questions and surveys. For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit hubux.com. This interview is part of a series on market research basics, and our conversation is going to be focused really on your wheelhouse, which is tracking research. You've done this for decades. It's amazing. [00:02:08] Emmanuel Probst: For a number of years, indeed. [00:02:11] Jamin Brazil: Number of years. And for some of the world's - actually, the world's largest brands across sectors, which is really interesting. So my first question, and let's provide some context for the listeners. What business questions does tracking research address? [00:02:26]

Karolina Sobańska PODCAST
#222: kobieta powinna czuć się bezpieczna, czyli stop publicznemu molestowaniu

Karolina Sobańska PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 65:41


Według badania IPSOS, 84% Polek doświadczyło molestowania seksualnego w miejscach publicznych,  ale tylko 31% ktoś pomógł. Większość, bo 79% z nich uważa, że pomoc osoby postronnej przyniosła  zamierzony skutek/była pomocna. Niestety aż 86% zapytanych osób nie wie, co robić w takich  sytuacjach. Organizacja Right To Be, Centrum Praw Kobiet i marka L'Oréal Paris połączyły siły oraz  wspólnie opracowały narzędzia wspomagające edukację i pozwalające w bezpieczny sposób  sprzeciwiać się molestowaniu w miejscach publicznych. W rozmowie z rzeczniczką Centrum Praw Kobiet, Asią Gzyrą-Iskandar, dowiemy się jak reagować, gdy jesteśmy świadkami molestowania. Poznamy metodę 5D, dzięki której każdy będzie mógł znaleźć metodę działania dla siebie. Poruszmy też kwestię bezpieczeństwa kobiet w przestrzeni publicznej, podzielimy się swoimi osobistymi historiami i podkreślimy jak ważne jest mówienie na głos o swoich doświadczeniach. Niech ta rozmowa będzie początkiem dialogu, zwiększania świadomości i edukowania społeczeństwa. Zapraszamy serdecznie. Dołącz do ruchu Stand Up. Sprzeciw się molestowaniu w miejscach publicznych. Zapisz się na szkolenie i dowiedz się, jak reagować w takich sytuacjach - https://bit.ly/3ckCe15  xxx Kupując produkty elektroniczne na mojej stronie karolinasobanska.com, wspierasz ze mną przeróżne fundację. W każdym miesiącu przekazuję na ich potrzeby 10% od wygenerowanej sprzedaży.  We wrześniu zbieramy na fundację Bullerbyn. Więcej o fundacji dowiesz się tutaj: https://bullerbyn.org.pl/    xxx   Bądź na bieżąco śledząc moje kanały: Instagram: https://bit.ly/IGkarolinasobanska  Youtube: https://bit.ly/YTKarolinaSobanska  Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3xax13z

Roy Green Show
Sept 17: Majority of Cdns want referendum on ties to monarchy; IPSOS poll suggests

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 7:29


Exclusive Global News poll: Majority of Canadians want referendum on monarchy ties after queen's death. Guest: Darrell Bricker, president/CEO IPSOS Public Affairs  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bridge with Peter Mansbridge
Good Talk -- A Referendum on the Monarchy?

The Bridge with Peter Mansbridge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 52:29


A new IPSOS survey says 60 percent of Canadians want a referendum on whether to keep the monarchy.  Really?  Good grist for a start to this week's Good Talk.  Chantal and Bruce discuss that plus Pierre Poilievre's first week and why is the Quebec election getting so little interest outside the province.

Revue de presse française
À la Une: Charles III le mal aimé

Revue de presse française

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 4:11


Officiellement proclamé roi, hier à Londres, le fils aîné de la reine défunte « sera-t-il à la hauteur ? », se demande « en Une » Le Journal du Dimanche. Le nouveau souverain anglois, qui doit à présent se faire aimer de ses sujets, salue la foule sur celle du Parisien Dimanche, aux côtés de son épouse, Camilla, « longtemps la femme la plus détestée de Grande-Bretagne », rappelle ce journal. Lequel publie un sondage Ipsos, datant de mai dernier, sur la popularité des membres de la famille royale britannique. Avec une cote de 14% seulement, Charles pointe en sixième position de ce très pipole hit-parade, largement dominé par sa défunte mère, qui était alors trois fois plus populaire que lui, et même davantage. Autre sondage, celui réalisé par YouGov, également en mai dernier, et cité par Le Journal du Dimanche, indiquant que 32% des personnes interrogées estimaient que le prince de Galles qu'il était encore alors, « ferait un bon roi ». Toutefois, subodore Le JDD, « son accession au trône pourrait doper sa popularité ». Liz Truss bashing Bien sûr, la presse magazine était déjà imprimée lorsqu'est survenu le décès de la reine, mais au Royaume-Uni, la personnalité de la nouvelle Première ministre britannique avait retenu son intérêt. Portrait au vitriol de Liz Truss dans l'hebdomadaire Le Point. Selon ce magazine, « son élévation au poste suprême paraît moins qu'évidente. Ne dégageant pas le moindre charisme, animal au sang-froid ne se laissant jamais aller à la moindre émotion, elle est mauvaise oratrice. Le sourire mécaniquement figé, le menton toujours relevé en signe de défi et la voix métallique ne sont pas très télégéniques. Certes dotée d'humour et d'entregent, elle a néanmoins du mal à passer la main dans le dos des députés comme des journalistes », bucheronne ce journal. Le Point rappelle aussi qu'avant de rompre avec les Libéraux-Démocrates, alors âgée de 19 ans, cette « rebelle dans l'âme » de Liz Truss réclamait rien moins que « l'abolition de la monarchie et du nucléaire, ainsi que la légalisation des drogues ». Esquisse de portrait seulement dans L'Express, mais du même tonneau. « Tout comme son mentor "BoJo", Liz Truss a souvent joué ses décisions politiques à pile ou face, les soutenant ensuite avec une fougue étonnante. Elle fut ardente libérale démocrate en faveur de l'abolition de la monarchie, puis farouche conservatrice royaliste ; proeuropéenne avant de devenir brexiteuse passionnée. Elle se réclame de Thatcher, mais son idée de lancer des baisses d'impôts en période de forte inflation fait frémir les conservateurs les plus orthodoxes, tel l'ancien chancelier de l'Echiquier de la Dame de fer, Norman Lamont, qui l'a prévenue : "C'est une terrible erreur" », rappelle L'Express. La pantalonnade du Nobel pour Rushdie Polémique à caractère littéraire, pour conclure. Il y a – pile – quatre semaines, ici-même, nous parlions de l'appel lancé dans Le Journal du Dimanche par le philosophe et essayiste Bernard-Henri Lévy pour que le prix Nobel de littérature soit attribué en octobre prochain à son ami Salman Rushdie, après l'agression au couteau dont il venait alors d'être victime. Bonne ou mauvaise idée ? Mauvaise, très mauvaise, prévient Pierre Assouline, dans L'Express. Selon ce membre de l'académie Goncourt, « si le Nobel de littérature devait couronner le condamné à mort Rushdie sous la pression d'une campagne d'opinion, ce serait un faux pas de plus dans l'histoire mouvementée de l'institution suédoise. Et une tache sur l'œuvre sans pareil de cet écrivain qui mérite mieux et autrement. Il fallait lui donner avant ou alors plus tard (…) Mais les membres du comité Nobel détestent qu'on leur dicte leur conduite, veut croire Pierre Assouline. Les pressions dont ils sont l'objet de la part d'éditeurs, de lobbies littéraires, de gouvernements, sont contre-productives ; elles les braquent car ils y voient une intolérable tentative de manipulation de leur vote », énonce-t-il encore dans L'Express. L'auteur des Versets sataniques, prix Nobel de littérature ? Réponse dans un mois. Le temps de les lire. Ou de les relire...

Roy Green Show
Sept10: Ipsos CEO Darrell Bricker on today's CPC vote.

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 9:12


Today, we learn who becomes leader of the CPC. What do the numbers tell us? Darrell Bricker. CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Japan's Top Business Interviews Podcast By Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan
119: Bill Hall, President at Ipsos Healthcare Japan Ltd

Japan's Top Business Interviews Podcast By Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 59:02


William “Bill” Hall is currently the President at Ipsos Healthcare Japan Ltd. Mr. Hall has a long-standing history with Japan. He first visited the country in 1969 on a scholarship for post-graduate research, having majored in Japanese and Economics at Sydney University. After graduation, Mr. Hall worked in the consulting and marketing research field, starting his own market research company, and eventually leading Sterling Winthrop, a pharmaceutical company. Mr. Hall then worked for Kodak which had acquired Sterling Winthrop at the time, before becoming the Japan President of ISIS, a medical market research company. After selling ISIS to Synovate, Mr. Hall then expanded the health care division within the new organization. Finally, after Synovate was acquired by Ipsos, the global marketing research company, Mr. Hall stepped into his current leadership role at Ipsos.  Mr. Hall recalls one of the first leadership challenges he encountered was finding the right people and building a team from scratch. He found it especially difficult as a foreign company to convince people on the longevity of the organization. To overcome the issue, Mr. Hall tried to provide opportunities for people who joined the company to be exposed to the discipline of market research, such as conducting interviews, which is still not seen as a profession in which people study for years to be in. Mr. Hall also was fortunate to find foreign workers who spoke Japanese. He says the key is to sometimes take a gamble and try to see the potential of the person, instead of trying to find someone who is already well-developed.  A common problem many leaders of foreign companies in Japan have, is explaining the difference in employee engagement scores across different country branches to the head office. Mr. Hall says, this is a complex matter, as there are many cultural factors that need to be taken into account, and companies are “reading the scales wrong.” For more information on engagement scores and cultural bias, please contact Mr. Bill Hall at william.hall@ipsos.com and he will be able to provide a whitepaper regarding this topic.   Mr. Hall finds that engagement depends greatly on the history the employees have with the company. For example, he says that people who are initially engaged when a company is in the start-up stage, may not be as engaged 20 years later when the scale of the company has grown. Mr. Hall adds that sometimes handling long-term staff can be complex. It is important to pay close attention to these worker who have helped the company become what is it today, while finding the balance between the long-term staff and younger employees and adjusting the organization structure accordingly.   Mr. Hall advises people to learn basic Japanese if they are coming into Japan in leadership positions. He agrees that Japanese can be a difficult language to learn. He understands someone in a senior leadership role will have multiple aspects to juggle in their life such as family commitments, generating revenue for the organization and others. Yet Mr. Hall suggests learning a little bit of the Japanese language will enable foreign leaders to better communicate with the local staff within and outside the office. Basic communication is important, however Mr. Hall also suggests having a bilingual assistant to translate the important business materials, so that the individual is not dependent or pressurized to learn fluent Japanese quickly. 

Bloomberg Westminster
Truss Powers Up Energy Plan

Bloomberg Westminster

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:22


Liz Truss unveils details of her plan to tackle soaring energy prices, with massive government intervention to keep average household bills at £2,500, versus a planned jump to £3,548 in October. Bloomberg's energy reporter Will Mathis joins Stephen Carroll and Caroline Hepker to discuss the details. Also in the show, we hear from energy economist Caspian Conran from Baringa Partners about EU plans to cap prices, plus Kelly Beaver from Ipsos give us the latest polling on public perceptions of the new Prime Minister. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Focus
From Brexit to 'Partygate': Boris Johnson's divisive legacy as British PM

Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 6:09


Boris Johnson is soon to leave Downing Street for the last time. According to a recent Ipsos survey, the British public rank him as the country's worst performing postwar leader. Johnson will be forever remembered as one of the men behind Brexit and as a PM who attended illegal parties at Downing Street during lockdown. But some Conservatives are already nostalgic for the leader they affectionately call "Boris". FRANCE 24's Julien Sauvaget and Clovis Casali report from across the UK on Johnson's divisive legacy.

il posto delle parole
Rosangela Bonsignorio "Festival della Comunicazione"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 16:13


Rosangela Bonsignorio"Festival della Comunicazione"Camogl, dall'8 all'11 settembre 2022http://www.festivalcomunicazione.it/Festival della Comunicazione 2022:
uno sguardo prospettico sulla libertà,
 dalle origini al nostro futuro
Dall'8 all'11 settembre a Camogli oltre 100 eventi gratuiti, prenotazioni dalle 12:00 del 29 agosto.
Libertà è quella forza atavica e indomita, istintiva e viscerale, che muove i nostri gesti più profondi e i nostri desideri. È quella condizione che ci consente di esprimere chi siamo nel profondo e di manifestare agli altri la nostra identità e la nostra individualità, oltre qualsiasi forma di costrizione e di condizionamento, oltre quei vincoli che, nati per garantire la libertà, spesso finiscono per schiacciarla sotto il loro peso.Prende le mosse da questo tema la nona edizione del Festival della Comunicazione, la più grande di sempre da giovedì 8 a domenica 11 settembre a Camogli, in un viaggio lungo quattro giorni e articolato in più di 100 appuntamenti per esplorare i mille volti della Libertà dalle sue origini fino al tempo presente, gettando uno sguardo sul futuro. Tutto attraverso la lente dei diversi saperi e il principio guida della contaminazione tra le discipline, grazie al contributo di oltre 160 ospiti protagonisti della cultura italiana contemporanea, con la direzione di Danco Singer e Rosangela Bonsignorio e l'ispirazione del padre nobile del Festival Umberto Eco.Nell'età della polarizzazione e delle bolle informative, della ricerca di risposte senza più fiducia nella guida degli esperti e senza mediazioni, dell'esaltazione dell'individualismo, dell'insofferenza verso gli obblighi etici e verso il rispetto delle libertà altrui, non c'è libertà senza ricordo, senza quella consapevolezza che viene dal confronto aperto e dalla possibilità di dare espressione alle forme più varie di pensiero, di amore, di fede e di ragione. Così l'indagine a tutto tondo sul significato e sul valore della libertà attraverso il tempo, attraverso lo spazio e attraverso le culture umane parte dall'esplorazione di quel passato comune da cui tutti veniamo, per comprendere a fondo a che punto siamo nella società dell'oggi e soprattutto per individuare le vie che potremo percorrere, mettendo assieme i linguaggi della storia, dell'arte, della creatività, della sociologia, della musica, dell'economia, dell'innovazione e della scienza, tra memoria, coscienza di sé e coscienza dell'altro.In un programma variegato e caleidoscopico, nuovi e vecchi amici del Festival della Comunicazione porteranno sui cinque palchi camoglini la propria visione su come il passato abbia dato forma al nostro essere odierno. Alessandro Barbero, con una delle sue ineguagliabili narrazioni storiche in un confronto con i giorni nostri, esplorerà l'evoluzione attraverso i secoli del significato di essere liberi, con la sua lectio di inaugurazione “Libertà va cercando”. L'appuntamento sarà anche l'occasione per ricordare, insieme ai direttori, Piero Angela, amatissimo ospite fisso e appassionato del Festival a cui è dedicato anche uno speciale su festivalcomunicazione.it. Dalla scienza alla storia, verso un passato più contiguo alla contemporaneità, Marcello Flores e Giovanni Gozzini si interrogheranno sul “Perché il fascismo è nato in Italia?”, guidati nel loro dialogo da Aldo Cazzullo che poi sullo stesso fil rouge con Moni Ovadia e Giovanna Famulari condurrà lo spettacolo “Il duce delinquente”, per raccontare come Mussolini abbia compiuto azioni vergognose già ben prima del 1938. Fino ad arrivare a un tema tanto classico quanto drammaticamente attuale come “Chi comincia la guerra? Manuale per principianti e non”, con Franco Cardini e Giovanni Gozzini, per spaziare dall'antichità fino all'attualità in Ucraina. E poi di nuovo uno zoom all'indietro attraverso centinaia di migliaia di anni di storia, con Guido Barbujani, Stefano Allievi e Silvia Ferrara a mettere insieme genetica, sociologia e linguistica per raccontare (nell'amatissimo appuntamento Homo sapiens) “la lunga marcia” dell'umanità, iniziata dall'Africa 200mila anni fa e tuttora in corso, che ha lasciato un'impronta profonda su quasi tutto: le nostre differenze biologiche, le nostre culture e le nostre società.Con gli occhi attenti sul presente, “Libertà di informare: ma l'indipendenza non è equidistanza” è la lectio con cui Enrico Mentana estenderà il tema al mondo del giornalismo, quindi alla giustizia con Gherardo Colombo e “L'armonia, il male, la libertà. Riflessioni sull'essere umano”. Poi ai media di ieri e di oggi con Aldo Grasso intervistato da Monica Maggioni a proposito de “La televisione spiegata al popolo”, il conflitto che assume la forma mediatica con “Guerra e informazione” con Furio Colombo, Carlo Rognoni e Luca Ubaldeschi, fino al cabaret, alla scrittura, alla televisione e alla radio con il Premio Comunicazione 2022 consegnato a Luciana Littizzetto, che con la sua contagiosa simpatia e il suo modo provocatorio e irriverente di comunicare – libero da ogni costrizione – è capace di raccontare l'attualità con lucido umorismo. E il Festival sarà anche un viaggio in giro per il mondo alla scoperta del senso attuale della libertà in società ed economie profondamente diverse, dalla Cina con Giada Messetti alla California con Francesco Costa, dalla Francia con Gilles Gressani, Stefania Giannini e Mara Gergolet a “Navigare nell'interregno” fino a chiederci “A cosa serve l'America?” in un reading di Federico e Jacopo Rampini. Per l'Italia interverranno, a proposito di libertà a cavallo tra economia e politica, Carlo Cottarelli, Francesco Paolo Figliuolo e venerdì 9 settembre – a poche ore dal blocco preelettorale dei sondaggi – Nando Pagnoncelli con Ferruccio de Bortoli darà in diretta in anteprima gli ultimi dati Ipsos sulle previsioni di voto.Il Festival della Comunicazione, organizzato da Frame in collaborazione con il Comune di Camogli, è reso possibile anche grazie al supporto di Regione Liguria, Teatro Sociale di Camogli, Camera di Commercio di Genova, Bank of America e Ascot, assieme ai partner tecnologici Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Università di Genova, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare e Human Technopole, e a sponsor privati tra cui il main partner FS italiane, i main sponsor Banca Passadore, Basko, Bmw, Generali, Lavazza, Enel, Audible, Eni, Weber Shandwick e Iren, e i gold: Msc, Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, MyEdu e Snam.Il programma dettagliato del Festival con i singoli eventi, le date, gli orari e le location è disponibile su festivalcomunicazione.it. Tutti gli eventi del Festival della Comunicazione sono gratuiti fino a esaurimento posti. Rosangela Bonsignorio"Preferisco il rumore del vento"Il Canneto Editorehttps://www.cannetoeditore.it/Matti e Edo si conoscono il primo giorno di scuola, si piacciono e cominciano a frequentarsi con alterne fortune. Una storia come tante? Forse. Ma la famiglia di Edo è tutto tranne che normale e Matti ha un gatto chiacchierone disposto a fare qualsiasi cosa per lei. Edo ha quattordici anni, comprende il linguaggio degli animali, all'occorrenza sa volare, anche se solo per brevi tratte. Non ha idea di chi sia suo padre, di certo un umano. Vive con la madre, la valchiria Tora, e Muninn, il corvo che gli ha regalato Odino. Sono tempi difficili per le divinità degli antichi vichinghi: nessuno crede più in loro e piano piano Thor e tanti altri hanno preferito invecchiare come gli umani e spegnersi. Abituati a essere adorati, non si sono rassegnati all'oblio. Incuriositi dai racconti di Edo, Odino, sommo tra gli dèi, Loki, dio dell'inganno e Freya, dea dell'amore, decidono di avventurarsi di nuovo nel mondo, dopo secoli di esilio su un'isola sperduta al largo della DanimarcaIL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Social Science Bites
Bobby Duffy on Generation Myths

Social Science Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 20:40


In the West we routinely witness instances of intergenerational sniping – Boomers taking potshots at over-privileged and under-motivated Millennials, and Millennials responding with a curt, “OK, Boomer.” What do we make of this, and is it anything new? These are questions Bobby Duffy, professor of public policy and director of the Policy Institute at Kings College London, addresses in his latest book, Generations – Does when you're born shape who you are? (published as The Generation Myth in the United States). In this Social Science Bites podcast, Duffy offers some key takeaways from the book and his research into the myths and stereotypes that have anchored themselves on generational trends. “My one-sentence overview of the book,” Duffy tells interviewer David Edmonds, “is that generational thinking is a really big idea throughout the history of sociology and philosophy, but it's been horribly corrupted by a whole slew of terrible stereotypes, myths and cliches that we get fed from media and social media about these various differences between generations. My task is not to say whether it's all nonsense or it's all true; it's really to separate the myth from reality so we don't throw out the baby with the bathwater.” One thing he's learned is that the template for generational conflict is fairly standard over time, even if the specifics of what's being contested are not. “The issues change,” he explains, “but the gap between young and old at any one point in time is actually pretty constant. … We're not living through a time of particularly ‘snowflake,' ‘social justice warrior' young people vs. a very reactionary older group – it's just the issues have changed. The pattern is the same, but the issues have changed.” Taking a look at climate change, for example, he notes that there's a narrative that caring young people are fighting a careless cadre of oldsters unwilling to sacrifice for the future good. Not so fast, Duffy says: “The myth that only young people care about climate is a myth. We are unthinkingly encouraging an ageism within climate campaigning that is not only incorrect, but it is self-destructive.” That example, he notes, adds evidence to his contention that “the fake generational battles we have set up between the generations are just that – they are fake.” In the podcast, Duffy outlines the breakdowns his book (and in general larger society) uses to identify cohorts of living generations: Pre-war generation, those born before the end of World War II in 1945. Duffy says this could be broken down further – the so-called Silent Generation or the Greatest Generation, for example – but for 2022 purposes the larger grouping serves well. Baby Boomers, born from 1945 to 1965 Generation X, 1966 to 1979 (This is Duffy's own generation, and so, with tongue in cheek, he calls it “the best generation”!) Millennials, 1980 to around 1995 And Gen Z, ending around 2012 He notes that people are already talking about Generation Alpha, but given that generation's youth it's hard to make good generalizations about them. These generation-based groupings are identity groups that only some people freely adopt. “We're not as clearly defined by these types of groupings as we are by, say, our age or educational status or our gender or our ethnicity.” His research finds between a third and half of people do identify with their generation, and the only one with “a real demographic reality” (as opposed to a solely cultural one) is the Baby Boomers, who in two blasts really did create a demographic bulge. Duffy, in addition to his work at King's College London, is currently the chair of the Campaign for Social Science, the advocacy arm of Britain's Academy of Social Sciences. Over a 30-year career in policy research and evaluation, he has worked across most public policy areas, including being seconded to the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit. Before joining KCL he was global director of the Ipsos Social Research Institute. His first book, 2018's The Perils of Perception – Why we're wrong about nearly everything, draws on Ipsos's own Perils of Perception studies to examine how people misperceive key social realities.

Nuus
Namibiese jagter sê jag is natuurbewaring

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 0:25


'n Namibiese professionele jagter het gereageer op ‘n opname wat toon Suid-Afrikaners se teenkanting teen trofeejag het toegeneem van 64 persent in 2020 tot 68 persent vanjaar. Die studie, wat Ipsos vir die Humane Society International gedoen het, dui ook op teenkanting teen die geblikte jag van leeus, wat in dieselfde tydperk van 64 tot 65 persent gestyg het. Die opname het bevind teenkanting teen hierdie soort jag is dieselfde tussen geslags- en rasgroepe. Die regering oorweeg dit tans om veranderings aan te bring aan Suid-Afrika se jagbeleid. Jofie Lamprecht beklemtoon aan Kosmos 94.1 Nuus jag is natuurbewaring.

Sudaca.pe
Juan Carlos Tafur 371 - Más filo en la encuesta de Ipsos

Sudaca.pe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 4:05


Juan Carlos Tafur 371 - Más filo en la encuesta de Ipsos“Un presidente en alza le complica las cosas a una oposición congresal que es mucho más resistida (81% de desaprobación y apenas 13% de aprobación) y cuyo rechazo aumenta en lugar de disminuir”Puedes leer aquí la columna: https://sudaca.pe/noticia/opinion/juan-carlos-tafur-mas-filo-en-la-encuesta-de-ipsos/Síguenos en Sudaca.pehttps://www.facebook.com/sudacaperu.pehttps://www.twitter.com/SudacaPeruhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/suda...https://www.instagram.com/sudacaperu/https://www.tiktok.com/@sudacaperu?lang=esLima – Perú#SudacaPerú #JuanCarlosTafur #PieDerecho #pedrocastillo Podcast auspiciado por AFE y PUCP

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
The new Ipsos poll - the ANC is collapsing as a majority party

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 7:50


A new representative poll by Ipsos suggests that if an election were held tomorrow, the ANC would get 42%, the DA 11%, the EFF 9%, and Herman Mashaba's Action SA 3% of the votes at a national level. Mari Harris is The Public Affairs Director at Ipsos. Welcome to the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Transforming Work with Sophie Wade
48: Ali Azeem - Creating A “Human First” Business: Insights, Inclusion, and Impact

Transforming Work with Sophie Wade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 60:15


Ali Azeem, the Global Head of Growth at Ipsos Strategy3, has always believed in making an impact through involvement across the three professional realms--corporate, government, and charity. He shares his career journey as he has developed greater insights into human behavior—from customers and constituents to business colleagues—leading to his increasing focus on and interest in creating organizations that are “human first”.     KEY TAKEAWAYS   [02:40] Ali is raised by entrepreneurial parents.   [03:09] Ali's early interest in business models through video games.   [04:37] Going through a turnaround after the credit crunch.   [06:45] Learning the importance of communication with colleagues, especially during times of stress.   [08:47] Ali believes in making a positive impact across three parallel streams – business, politics, and charity.   [10:18] How Ali found being involved in politics exciting.   [11:39] The human realities of government—good and bad.   [15:30] Working at an innovation agency, Ali began empathizing with customers to tap into their experiences.   [18:54] Recognizing cultural differences when exploring new ideas.   [22:09] Ali joins Ipsos which emphasizes human insights using a design-thinking approach.   [24:22] Discussion involving people and empathy converging into a new type of organization.   [26:50] Initiatives that must accompany diversity efforts to demonstrate inclusive leadership.   [30:20] The challenges measuring inclusion.   [31:38] How business leaders can shift their mindsets to be more inclusive.   [35:20] The importance of recognizing that employees bring very different backgrounds and cultural contexts and how to enable them to be successful.   [39:42] Ali's insights after analyzing data on gender pay gaps.   [43:07] Insight 1 – The pay gap in the UK relates to mothers rather than women in general.   [44:21] Insight 2 – Women aren't achieving as many of the higher paid senior positions.   [45:21] Career choices many women make in corporate roles don't often have enough flexibility.   [47:24] What many men thing of as “the proper life' and the consequences.   [49:05] How motherhood impacts women's earning capacity.   [50:08] New positive UK legislation regarding parental leave.   [51:05] The mindset shift supported by the legislation.   [53:40] Ali recommends we create more prosperity by making better machines and focusing on a people-maximizing approach.   [55:58] Thinking about meaningful corporate purpose.   [58:10] IMMEDIATE ACTION TIP: Start with the right mindset. The biggest unlock will come if you take ownership of making your life better, your customers' lives better, and the lives of people impacted indirectly by your company.     RESOURCES   Ali Azeem on LinkedIn Ali Azeem on Twitter Ipsos.com Game Over by David Sheff Nudge by Richard H. Thaler and Cass R Sunstein     QUOTES   “Often companies are talking about diversity, focusing more on the diversity side, because it's easier, it's measurable.”   “Hiring these [diverse] people is quite an easy job relative to the much harder thing which is to make them feel included.”   “Let's start building better machines.”   “We need to evolve from what we've been doing before and that means moving away from this profit-maximizing approach to a people-maximizing approach.”

RNZ: Morning Report
Research finds low rate of New Zealanders actually riding bikes

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:35


New Zealand has one of the highest rates of people who know how to ride a bike, but one of the lowest rates of people who actually cycle. Ipsos market research has some new data about New Zealanders' cycling habits and how we compare to the rest of the world. Managing director Carin Hercock spoke to Corin Dann.

Happy Market Research Podcast
Ep. 564 – Transitioning Into a new Career with Joe Mulvaney, Senior Vice President of NA for Qualitative at Schlesinger Group

Happy Market Research Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:58


Today I'm joined by Joe Mulvaney, Senior Vice President of NA for Qualitative at Schlesinger Group.  Schlesinger Group is a technology-led data company that delivers a broad range of qualitative and quantitative research solutions to connect human answers to business questions as a single point of access to your worldwide audiences.  Prior to starting joining Schlesinger, Joe founded Quotus, a research operations company. He also served as Senior Vice President of Operations at Ipsos and Sr. Manager - Competitive Intelligence at Procter & Gamble.  Additionally, he is a Mentor and Entrepreneur in Residence at Cedarville University.  Find Joe Online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-mulvaney-61583b8/ Schlesinger Group: https://www.schlesingergroup.com/en/  Find Jamin Online: Email: jamin@happymr.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jaminbrazilTwitter: www.twitter.com/jaminbrazil  Find Us Online:  Twitter: www.twitter.com/happymrxp LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/happymarketresearch Facebook: www.facebook.com/happymrxp Website: www.happymr.com  Music:  “Clap Along” by Auditionauti: https://audionautix.com  This Episode is Sponsored by: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in Marketing Research Program delivers the #1 ranked insights and analytics graduate degree in three formats:  Full-time on campus Full-time online Part-time online NEW FOR 2022:  If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their 3-course certificates: Insights Design or Insights Analysis.  In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build toward your graduation. If you are looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSMU's programs at: broad.msu.edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operation platform for private panel management, qualitative automation including video audition questions, and surveys. For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit hubux.com. [00:00:00] Jamin Brazil: Hey everybody. This is Jamin. Today, we are joined by Joe Mulvaney. Senior vice president of North America for qualitative at Schlesinger Group. Schlesinger Group, as all of you know, is a technology led data company that delivers a broad range of qualitative and quantitative research solutions to connect human answers to business questions. Prior to joining Schlesinger, Joe founded Quotus, which is a research operations company. He's also served as senior vice president of operations and Ipsos, and senior manager of competitive intelligence at Proctor & Gamble. Additionally, and this one is near and dear to my heart, he is a mentor and entrepreneur residence at Cedarville University. Joe, welcome to the podcast. [00:00:49] Joe Mulvaney: Thank you, Jamin. Happy to be here. [00:00:53] Jamin Brazil: The Michigan State University's Master of Science in marketing research program, delivers the number one ranked insights and analytics degree in three formats. Full time on campus, full time online, and part time online. New for 2022. If you can't commit to their full degree program, simply begin with one of their three course certifications. Insights design, or insights analysis. In addition to the certification, all the courses you complete will build toward your graduation. If you are looking to achieve your full potential, check out MSU program at broad. msu. edu/marketing. Again, broad. msu. edu/marketing. HubUX is a research operations platform for private panel management, qualitative automation including video addition questions and surveys. For a limited time, user seats are free. If you'd like to learn more or create your own account, visit HubUX.com. It is an honor to have you. I saw your note on LinkedIn or your update on LinkedIn regarding your transition to Schlesinger I want to say about a month ago. I thought that was so interesting. That you as a founder,

Future of America
How Americans are feeling about economic opportunities and the future

Future of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 35:35


Read more > Listen to the podcast (duration: 35:24) > On this episode of the Future of America podcast, Andre Dua sits down with Chris Jackson and Mallory Newall of Ipsos, to discuss how Americans are feeling about their economic well-being.See www.mckinsey.com/privacy-policy for privacy information

Future of America
How Americans are feeling about economic opportunities and the future

Future of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 35:24


On this episode of the Future of America podcast, Andre Dua sits down with Chris Jackson and Mallory Newall of Ipsos, to discuss how Americans are feeling about their economic well-being. Read more > Listen to the podcast (duration: 35:24) >

Marketing Today with Alan Hart
323: The Scientific Method and Marketing with Campbell's Linda Lee

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 34:24


Using her background as an engineer, Linda Lee, CMO of Meals & Beverages at Campbell Soup Company, institutes the Scientific Method in marketing the large portfolio of brands under the Campbell umbrella. Starting in product development at P&G, her career journey led her into marketing at notable companies like P&G, General Mills, Cadbury, Ipsos, and Stonyfield. This episode shares Alan and Linda's discussion of her career journey, how she is modernizing a storied brand and its multiple brands, and why she feels saying yes opens new doors. In this episode, you'll learn: How in-home insights are critical to today's marketing and how it has changed since COVID How to use the Scientific Method in marketing brands How Campbell is driving product innovation and development Key Highlights [00:33] Linda's superpower [01:46] Linda's career journey [09:44] How Linda is modernizing this brand that has stood the test of time [12:04] Linda's starting point with a giant portfolio and customer insights [15:18] Thoughts on the in-home component of marketing [20:34] Driving product innovation and development [23:34] Bringing that innovation to life [27:58] An experience that defines Linda [30:28] Linda's advice for her younger self [30:45] What marketers should be learning more about [35:52] Where Linda feels brands are living now [37:22] The biggest opportunity and threat for marketers today Resources Mentioned: Linda Lee Campbell Soup Company Career stops: P&G, Mondelez, Ipsos, Stonyfield, Chef's Cut Real Jerky, Campbell Soup Company Portfolio of Brands: Campbell's, Pacific Foods, Prego, Pace, Swanson, V8, Chunky Andy Warhol Campbell Soup Cans New York City Pace Commercial Campbell Soup Ad – Made for Real, Real Life (Mom in the supermarket) Chunky Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup Follow the podcast: Listen in iTunes (link: http://apple.co/2dbdAhV) Listen in Google Podcasts (link: http://bit.ly/2Rc2kVa) Listen in Spotify (Link: http://spoti.fi/2mCUGnC) Connect with the Guest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindalee96/ https://twitter.com/CampbellSoupCo Connect with Marketing Today and Alan Hart: Twitter Alan B Hart - http://twitter.com/abhart LinkedIn Alan  - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanhart Twitter Marketing Today - http://twitter.com/themktgtoday Facebook Marketing Today - https://www.facebook.com/themktgtoday/ LinkedIn Marketing Today - https://www.linkedin.com/company/marketing-today-with-alan-hart/ Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/marketingtodaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:28


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022. Today, we’ll talk about polling for the democratic party not looking so good… Oregon, considering a gun control measure that would be the strictest in the nation… Germany is planning for an energy crisis… and more… but first! FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://www.dailywire.com/news/wild-new-poll-shows-virtual-tie-between-parties-as-gop-surges-among-hispanics New Poll Shows Virtual Tie Between Parties As GOP Surges Among Hispanics To the absolute despair of the Democratic Party, a new poll finds that the surge of support among Hispanics for the Republican Party has grown so strong that a virtual tie exists between support for the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Evidence has been building for the seismic shift among Hispanics for months. In May, a nationwide poll by Quinnipiac showed President Biden’s approval rating among Hispanics at 26% as opposed to the 2020 presidential election, when he secured two-thirds of the Hispanic vote. “Biden is less popular among Hispanics than any other demographic, including age and gender,” Fox News noted of the poll’s results. A paltry 27% of Hispanics approved of Biden’s economic policies, a percentage even lower than the 32% of Americans nationwide. Hispanics ranked inflation as the most pressing issue concerning them. In March, Axios reported that their poll showed inflation had replaced COVID as the major source of concern among Hispanics. “Getting prices under control is very clearly the number one priority for the majority of Hispanics and Latinos, and it underscores the challenges Biden is facing now,” Ipsos pollster Chris Jackson acknowledged. “There’s not really a single issue that’s super-dominant, but we’re seeing a shift from a focus on COVID and COVID-related issues much more to inflation, cost pressures, supply chain breakdowns.” For the Republicans to come anywhere near parity with Democrats is a stunning turn in the recent political fabric of the United States. In 2016, Republican nominee Donald Trump won 29% of the Hispanic vote while Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton won 65% of the Hispanic vote; in 2012, Republican nominee Mitt Romney won 27% of the vote while Barack Obama won 71% of the vote. In 2008, 67% of Hispanics voted for Barack Obama and Joe Biden; only 31% voted for Republicans John McCain and Sarah Palin. According to Latino USA, in 2004 the Republican nominee, George W. Bush, reached the highwater mark for his party since 1980, garnering 40% of the vote, but even then his opponent John Kerry secured 58% of the vote. The Republican presidential candidate received 35% of the Hispanic vote in 2000, 21% in 1996, 25% in 1992, 30% in 1988, 37% in 1984, and 35% in 1980. https://thepostmillennial.com/biden-made-false-claims-that-inflation-reduction-act-will-only-raise-taxes-on-those-making-400-000-report?utm_campaign=64487 Biden made false claims that Inflation Reduction Act will only raise taxes on those making $400,000+: report President Biden has claimed that the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will not raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,000 per year, but according to data released by Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee, the President's claims are false and misleading, Daily Wire reports. "The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will lower health care costs for millions of Americans. And, for the first time in a long time, make the largest corporations pay their fair share without any new taxes on people making under $400,000 a year," Biden claimed in a tweet on Sunday. Data conducted by the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) shows that taxes will increase for everyone except those making between $10,000 and $30,000 per year, Daily Wire reports. According to the JCT data reported by the outlet, "those making under $10,000 will see a .3% increase in their federal taxes; those making between $30,000 and $75,000 will see a .1% increase; those making between $75,000 and $100,000 a .2% increase; those making between $100,000 and $500,000 a .3% increase; those making between $500,000 and $1,000,000 a .5% increase; and those making over $1,000,000 a year will see a .6% increase." After analyzing the new bill, Penn Wharton researchers released a study that found that the Inflation Reduction Act will cause inflation to increase until at least 2024, and GDP won't see an increase until 2050. Republican Senator John Cornyn (Texas) slammed President Biden's tweet on Sunday and says it puts hardworking taxpayers under an even tighter microscope. "It will subsidize the wealthy at the expense of working families, raise taxes on workers making as little as $10K a year, and unleash an army of IRS agents on taxpayers," Cornyn wrote. "Oh, and it won't reduce inflation anytime soon." https://www.theepochtimes.com/oregonians-to-vote-on-nations-strictest-gun-control-measure_4633649.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Oregonians to Vote on Gun Control Measure Opponent Calls ‘Strictest’ in the Nation Oregonians will soon vote on a ballot measure that opponents say could virtually end the legal sale of firearms in the state, making it one of the “strictest gun-control measures ever proposed in the nation,” according to Leonard Williamson, an explanatory committee member who opposes the measure. If voters approve Measure 114, the “Changes to Gun Ownership and Purchase Requirements Initiative,” a permit would be required to obtain any firearm, magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds would be outlawed, some commonly used pump shotguns would be banned because they can exceed the 10 round limit, and State Police would be required to maintain a searchable public database of all permit applications. Arguments on both sides of the issue began in earnest on July 26 as a five-person committee— comprising two members who helped to draft and promote the citizen-driven ballot measure, another who supports it, and two who oppose it—met to write the 500-word Explanatory Statement that will appear in the voters’ guide this fall. The committee got off to a contentious start as the only statement considered had been provided by proponents. Those opposing the measure called their language “misleading.” The measure would enact a law requiring a permit issued by a local law enforcement agency to purchase any firearm. Applicants would have to pay a fee, be fingerprinted, complete safety training, and pass a criminal background check. In addition, the applicant must complete a hands-on demonstration of basic firearms handling to qualify. “In order to obtain the permit, an applicant would have to show up with a firearm to demonstrate the ability to load, fire, unload, and store the firearm,” Williamson, an Oregon trial attorney specializing in firearms law, told The Epoch Times. “But you can’t get a firearm without the permit. And under Oregon’s highly restrictive gun storage laws, no one can legally loan a firearm to another. That creates an impassable barrier.” Opponents claim that the permit and training programs also create an unfunded mandate with no enforcement measures. The measure does not estimate the cost or analyze its impact on small local police departments. The Oregon State Sheriff’s Association has estimated that even if a person could somehow complete the required training, the permitting process could cost sheriffs almost $40 million annually. But nothing in the measure provides any funding, and the fees included would not come close to covering the costs. With how dumb our bloated government is getting… make sure your kids are receiving a quality education. No not at any of those public institutions, how about NSA? New Saint Andrews: Today’s culture shifts like sand. But New Saint Andrews College is established on Christ, the immovable rock. It is a premier institution that forges evangelical leaders who don’t fear or hate the world. Guided by God’s Word, they take the world back because they’re equipped with the genius of classical liberal arts and God-honoring wisdom, thanks to a faculty dedicated to academic rigor and to God’s kingdom.Find out more, at nsa.edu/ https://www.dailyfetched.com/germany-prepares-for-impending-energy-crisis-shuts-off-warm-water-lighting/ Germany Prepares for Impending Energy Crisis – Shuts Off Warm Water, Lighting The German city of Hanover is now scrambling to reduce its energy consumption by 15 percent. The German government will prevent Hanover’s municipal buildings from using heating that exceeds a temperature of 68F. Additionally, the city has also banned mobile air conditioning units and fan heaters as the energy crisis looms. The city’s residents will also need to adapt by taking cold showers at city-run facilities. Hanover will also shut off hot water in public buildings, swimming pools, and gyms. Hanover Mayor and Green party member Belit Onay said, “The situation is unpredictable.” “Every kilowatt hour counts, and protecting critical infrastructure has to be a priority,” Onay said. “We are facing hard times due to the Russian aggression on Ukraine.” “And as we see that there’s a looming gas shortage, this is a major challenge for municipalities,” he added. “I think everyone, not only the municipalities — the federal government also, and also every single person in Germany — is needed for this.” “Everyone has to save energy as much as possible so we can get through the winter,” Onsay said. “Otherwise … in December or January, we will have much bigger problems than lighting or the showers.” The energy shutdown is not just happening in Hanover Last week, the German city of Munich announced plans to shut off spotlights on its town hall. According to reports, warm water was also shut off in the city’s municipal offices. Meanwhile, fountains in Germany’s third-largest city are to be shut off at night. In Nuremberg, three of its four public indoor swimming pools were also closed. The Financial Times reported: Vonovia, the country’s largest residential landlord, said it would lower the temperature of its tenants’ gas central heating to 17C (62F) between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. A housing association in the Saxon town of Dippoldiswalde, near the Czech border, went a step further this week, saying it was rationing hot water supply to tenants. From now on, they can only take hot showers between 4 a.m. – 8 a.m., 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The district of Lahn-Dill also shut off hot water in its 86 schools and 60 gyms until mid-September. Last week, Berlin’s senate voted to switch off lighting that illuminates 200 buildings, monuments, and landmarks in the German capital to save energy. Before we wrap up for today’s news, I gotta get my sports in there! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/07/31/christian-nwsl-player-misses-game-over-refusal-to-wear-pride-jersey/ Christian NWSL Player Misses Game Over Refusal to Wear Pride Jersey A player for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) chose to miss a game on Friday night instead of wearing the “Pride” jersey her team was scheduled to wear. Jaelene Daniels, a Christian and defender for the Carolina Courage, cited her commitment to faith when explaining her decision to miss the game due to the pride-themed jerseys. “I remain committed to my faith and my desire for people to know that my love for them isn’t based on their belief system or sexuality,” she wrote on social media. “I pray and firmly believe that my teammates know how much I cherish them, respect them, and love them.” The Courage said they were “disappointed” by Daniels’s decision. “Jaelene will not be rostered tonight as she has made the decision to not wear our Pride jersey,” the team said via ESPN. “While we’re disappointed with her choice, we respect her right to make that decision for herself. “We’re excited to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with our fans, players and staff tonight and look forward to hosting our first ever Pride Festival before kickoff.” This is not the first time Daniels has chosen principle over career enhancement. In 2017, the defender turned down an offer to play for the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) due to that team’s plan to wear pride-themed jerseys. Good on you Jaelene, good on you. Gabe, let’s get her on our show! This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, go ahead and share it for me would ya? If you want to become a club member, sign up for our conference, or become a magazine subscriber, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. Why not do all three? And as always, if you want to become a corporate partner, send me a news story, or ask me about our conference, email me at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:28


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022. Today, we’ll talk about polling for the democratic party not looking so good… Oregon, considering a gun control measure that would be the strictest in the nation… Germany is planning for an energy crisis… and more… but first! FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://www.dailywire.com/news/wild-new-poll-shows-virtual-tie-between-parties-as-gop-surges-among-hispanics New Poll Shows Virtual Tie Between Parties As GOP Surges Among Hispanics To the absolute despair of the Democratic Party, a new poll finds that the surge of support among Hispanics for the Republican Party has grown so strong that a virtual tie exists between support for the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Evidence has been building for the seismic shift among Hispanics for months. In May, a nationwide poll by Quinnipiac showed President Biden’s approval rating among Hispanics at 26% as opposed to the 2020 presidential election, when he secured two-thirds of the Hispanic vote. “Biden is less popular among Hispanics than any other demographic, including age and gender,” Fox News noted of the poll’s results. A paltry 27% of Hispanics approved of Biden’s economic policies, a percentage even lower than the 32% of Americans nationwide. Hispanics ranked inflation as the most pressing issue concerning them. In March, Axios reported that their poll showed inflation had replaced COVID as the major source of concern among Hispanics. “Getting prices under control is very clearly the number one priority for the majority of Hispanics and Latinos, and it underscores the challenges Biden is facing now,” Ipsos pollster Chris Jackson acknowledged. “There’s not really a single issue that’s super-dominant, but we’re seeing a shift from a focus on COVID and COVID-related issues much more to inflation, cost pressures, supply chain breakdowns.” For the Republicans to come anywhere near parity with Democrats is a stunning turn in the recent political fabric of the United States. In 2016, Republican nominee Donald Trump won 29% of the Hispanic vote while Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton won 65% of the Hispanic vote; in 2012, Republican nominee Mitt Romney won 27% of the vote while Barack Obama won 71% of the vote. In 2008, 67% of Hispanics voted for Barack Obama and Joe Biden; only 31% voted for Republicans John McCain and Sarah Palin. According to Latino USA, in 2004 the Republican nominee, George W. Bush, reached the highwater mark for his party since 1980, garnering 40% of the vote, but even then his opponent John Kerry secured 58% of the vote. The Republican presidential candidate received 35% of the Hispanic vote in 2000, 21% in 1996, 25% in 1992, 30% in 1988, 37% in 1984, and 35% in 1980. https://thepostmillennial.com/biden-made-false-claims-that-inflation-reduction-act-will-only-raise-taxes-on-those-making-400-000-report?utm_campaign=64487 Biden made false claims that Inflation Reduction Act will only raise taxes on those making $400,000+: report President Biden has claimed that the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will not raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,000 per year, but according to data released by Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee, the President's claims are false and misleading, Daily Wire reports. "The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will lower health care costs for millions of Americans. And, for the first time in a long time, make the largest corporations pay their fair share without any new taxes on people making under $400,000 a year," Biden claimed in a tweet on Sunday. Data conducted by the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) shows that taxes will increase for everyone except those making between $10,000 and $30,000 per year, Daily Wire reports. According to the JCT data reported by the outlet, "those making under $10,000 will see a .3% increase in their federal taxes; those making between $30,000 and $75,000 will see a .1% increase; those making between $75,000 and $100,000 a .2% increase; those making between $100,000 and $500,000 a .3% increase; those making between $500,000 and $1,000,000 a .5% increase; and those making over $1,000,000 a year will see a .6% increase." After analyzing the new bill, Penn Wharton researchers released a study that found that the Inflation Reduction Act will cause inflation to increase until at least 2024, and GDP won't see an increase until 2050. Republican Senator John Cornyn (Texas) slammed President Biden's tweet on Sunday and says it puts hardworking taxpayers under an even tighter microscope. "It will subsidize the wealthy at the expense of working families, raise taxes on workers making as little as $10K a year, and unleash an army of IRS agents on taxpayers," Cornyn wrote. "Oh, and it won't reduce inflation anytime soon." https://www.theepochtimes.com/oregonians-to-vote-on-nations-strictest-gun-control-measure_4633649.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Oregonians to Vote on Gun Control Measure Opponent Calls ‘Strictest’ in the Nation Oregonians will soon vote on a ballot measure that opponents say could virtually end the legal sale of firearms in the state, making it one of the “strictest gun-control measures ever proposed in the nation,” according to Leonard Williamson, an explanatory committee member who opposes the measure. If voters approve Measure 114, the “Changes to Gun Ownership and Purchase Requirements Initiative,” a permit would be required to obtain any firearm, magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds would be outlawed, some commonly used pump shotguns would be banned because they can exceed the 10 round limit, and State Police would be required to maintain a searchable public database of all permit applications. Arguments on both sides of the issue began in earnest on July 26 as a five-person committee— comprising two members who helped to draft and promote the citizen-driven ballot measure, another who supports it, and two who oppose it—met to write the 500-word Explanatory Statement that will appear in the voters’ guide this fall. The committee got off to a contentious start as the only statement considered had been provided by proponents. Those opposing the measure called their language “misleading.” The measure would enact a law requiring a permit issued by a local law enforcement agency to purchase any firearm. Applicants would have to pay a fee, be fingerprinted, complete safety training, and pass a criminal background check. In addition, the applicant must complete a hands-on demonstration of basic firearms handling to qualify. “In order to obtain the permit, an applicant would have to show up with a firearm to demonstrate the ability to load, fire, unload, and store the firearm,” Williamson, an Oregon trial attorney specializing in firearms law, told The Epoch Times. “But you can’t get a firearm without the permit. And under Oregon’s highly restrictive gun storage laws, no one can legally loan a firearm to another. That creates an impassable barrier.” Opponents claim that the permit and training programs also create an unfunded mandate with no enforcement measures. The measure does not estimate the cost or analyze its impact on small local police departments. The Oregon State Sheriff’s Association has estimated that even if a person could somehow complete the required training, the permitting process could cost sheriffs almost $40 million annually. But nothing in the measure provides any funding, and the fees included would not come close to covering the costs. With how dumb our bloated government is getting… make sure your kids are receiving a quality education. No not at any of those public institutions, how about NSA? New Saint Andrews: Today’s culture shifts like sand. But New Saint Andrews College is established on Christ, the immovable rock. It is a premier institution that forges evangelical leaders who don’t fear or hate the world. Guided by God’s Word, they take the world back because they’re equipped with the genius of classical liberal arts and God-honoring wisdom, thanks to a faculty dedicated to academic rigor and to God’s kingdom.Find out more, at nsa.edu/ https://www.dailyfetched.com/germany-prepares-for-impending-energy-crisis-shuts-off-warm-water-lighting/ Germany Prepares for Impending Energy Crisis – Shuts Off Warm Water, Lighting The German city of Hanover is now scrambling to reduce its energy consumption by 15 percent. The German government will prevent Hanover’s municipal buildings from using heating that exceeds a temperature of 68F. Additionally, the city has also banned mobile air conditioning units and fan heaters as the energy crisis looms. The city’s residents will also need to adapt by taking cold showers at city-run facilities. Hanover will also shut off hot water in public buildings, swimming pools, and gyms. Hanover Mayor and Green party member Belit Onay said, “The situation is unpredictable.” “Every kilowatt hour counts, and protecting critical infrastructure has to be a priority,” Onay said. “We are facing hard times due to the Russian aggression on Ukraine.” “And as we see that there’s a looming gas shortage, this is a major challenge for municipalities,” he added. “I think everyone, not only the municipalities — the federal government also, and also every single person in Germany — is needed for this.” “Everyone has to save energy as much as possible so we can get through the winter,” Onsay said. “Otherwise … in December or January, we will have much bigger problems than lighting or the showers.” The energy shutdown is not just happening in Hanover Last week, the German city of Munich announced plans to shut off spotlights on its town hall. According to reports, warm water was also shut off in the city’s municipal offices. Meanwhile, fountains in Germany’s third-largest city are to be shut off at night. In Nuremberg, three of its four public indoor swimming pools were also closed. The Financial Times reported: Vonovia, the country’s largest residential landlord, said it would lower the temperature of its tenants’ gas central heating to 17C (62F) between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. A housing association in the Saxon town of Dippoldiswalde, near the Czech border, went a step further this week, saying it was rationing hot water supply to tenants. From now on, they can only take hot showers between 4 a.m. – 8 a.m., 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The district of Lahn-Dill also shut off hot water in its 86 schools and 60 gyms until mid-September. Last week, Berlin’s senate voted to switch off lighting that illuminates 200 buildings, monuments, and landmarks in the German capital to save energy. Before we wrap up for today’s news, I gotta get my sports in there! https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/07/31/christian-nwsl-player-misses-game-over-refusal-to-wear-pride-jersey/ Christian NWSL Player Misses Game Over Refusal to Wear Pride Jersey A player for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) chose to miss a game on Friday night instead of wearing the “Pride” jersey her team was scheduled to wear. Jaelene Daniels, a Christian and defender for the Carolina Courage, cited her commitment to faith when explaining her decision to miss the game due to the pride-themed jerseys. “I remain committed to my faith and my desire for people to know that my love for them isn’t based on their belief system or sexuality,” she wrote on social media. “I pray and firmly believe that my teammates know how much I cherish them, respect them, and love them.” The Courage said they were “disappointed” by Daniels’s decision. “Jaelene will not be rostered tonight as she has made the decision to not wear our Pride jersey,” the team said via ESPN. “While we’re disappointed with her choice, we respect her right to make that decision for herself. “We’re excited to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with our fans, players and staff tonight and look forward to hosting our first ever Pride Festival before kickoff.” This is not the first time Daniels has chosen principle over career enhancement. In 2017, the defender turned down an offer to play for the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) due to that team’s plan to wear pride-themed jerseys. Good on you Jaelene, good on you. Gabe, let’s get her on our show! This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, go ahead and share it for me would ya? If you want to become a club member, sign up for our conference, or become a magazine subscriber, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. Why not do all three? And as always, if you want to become a corporate partner, send me a news story, or ask me about our conference, email me at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

C.O.B. Tuesday
"The Ugliest Thing Is The Killing Of A Beautiful Hypothesis With An Ugly Fact" Featuring Dr. Darrell Bricker, Author

C.O.B. Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 68:15


Today's subject is something we have wanted to study for some time now: global population growth. We were lucky enough to find a leading expert to join us and today had the pleasure of hosting  Dr. Darrell Bricker. Darrell is a Senior Fellow in Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto, the CEO of Public Affairs at Ipsos (the world's leading social and public opinion research firm), and the Co-Author of "Empty Planet: The Shock of Global Population Decline." All of us here at Veriten enjoyed reading Empty Planet. As you will hear, Darrell and his Co-Author John Ibbitson not only immersed themselves in all the available UN data but also traveled to six continents to conduct field research and interviews to refine their assumptions as they created their own estimates of global population growth through 2100. It was a fantastic and riveting conversation. To help frame our discussion, we kicked off with a few data points on historical global population, global life expectancy, the UN's fertility scenarios for through 2100, and the UN's projected global population (medium-fertility scenario is 10.36 billion in 2100). From there, we jump into a lively conversation with Darrell about Empty Planet, the driving factors behind a potential decline in global population, the issue with population models, a deep dive on cultural factors in Brazil and China, COVID-19's impact, cultural shifts in immigration, and the impact of climate change. We reference Charles Jones's study on the unintended consequences of a declining population. It was a fascinating session and we are thankful to Darrell for sharing his time and expertise. The Veriten crew started the show:  Mike Bradley shared an overview of weekly equity and commodity performance, flagging a busy week for earnings in the energy sector and prepped us for our main discussion with a look as debt as a percent of GDP across the top ten economies in the world.  Colin Fenton walked us through the key factors affecting gasoline and natural gas prices and warned the Federal Reserve will need to continue to raise interest rates.

Sales vs. Marketing
Janelle James - Senior Vice President at Ipsos | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Sales vs. Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 77:07


➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory   ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Janelle James is an experienced global marketing strategist, consumer expert, and diversity & inclusion specialist with a passion for changing the world. Her career spans 20+ years including multiple marketing disciplines and has enabled her work to touch over a billion people. Her global work experience includes recognizable agencies such as Leo Burnett, Edelman, and Kantar, and supporting brands such as McDonald's, P&G, Samsung, American Express, eBay, Disney, and Shell. She is currently an SVP at Ipsos where she designs, conducts, and analyzes a wide range of studies for Fortune 500 companies and consults client partners on everything from consumer and market knowledge to inclusion to marketing plan development. Prior she was a Director of Research at Kantar, EVP at Edelman, and SVP at DDB. ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/janelle.a.james/   https://twitter.com/janellejames/   https://www.linkedin.com/in/janelleajames/      ➡️ Podcast Sponsors HUBSPOT - https://hubspot.com/ ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Intro 02:22 - Janelle James' origin story 12:43 - What is the one thing that has completely shifted in marketing over the last few years? 17:03 - Changing your logo to a rainbow flag? 21:50 - How do we uncover undercover bias? 33:48 - Does work from home have an impact on the ability of the company to have a more diverse workforce? 38:55 - How do you hire properly? 51:30 - Companies that are actually doing good for equity and inclusion. 55:33 - Is there anything else on which Janelle James is working currently? 56:27 - One of the biggest challenges faced by Janelle James in her career 59:08 - What is one of the biggest misconceptions Janelle James had seen in marketing and advertising? 1:04:20 - What would Janelle tell her younger self? 1:05:39 - Who has been a mentor to Janelle? 1:09:00 - A book or podcast recommended by Janelle James 1:10:30 - What does success mean to Janelle James? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lets Have This Conversation
Helping Organizations Innovate, Create Growth, Manage Change with: Stacy McAlpine

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 36:48


Two thirds of adults globally (64%) report being happy: 14% very much so and 50% rather so. According to an Ipsos poll. Stacy McAlpine, the founder and CEO of Journey Fuel and life transformation specialist, has been helping people actualize their desires for more than 20 years. She got started working at renowned firms (to include PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young) as a strategic advisor and project and change management consultant to some of the largest organizations on the planet that paid millions for this level of consulting. She has enriched thousands of lives using leading-edge change management techniques to enable her clients to overcome tremendous challenges and create positive change. It is the unique combination of her consulting experience with her deep knowledge of life transformation principles that empowered her to create and bring to you what has been missing from all the personal development programs out there -- industry-leading foundational practices, tools and techniques required to activate change - to go from KNOWING what to do to DOING it – and empowering individuals to unleash their true potential. She is now on a mission to share these life-transforming tools and techniques with as many people as she possibly can -- to enable you (and the millions of others out there knowing there has to be more to life than what they're living today) to have the clarity, certainty, and action you need, to live lives you all love waking up to, too. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://www.walkthetalkweekend.com/sales-page-540277491649276223125 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourjourneyfuel LinkedIn: @ Stacy(Stebner)McAlpine

Irish Times Inside Politics
Poll: Electorate sends mixed messages on refugees and abortion

Irish Times Inside Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 27:14


Pat Leahy talks to guest host Mary Minihan about the results of this week's series of Ipsos opinion poll results. Read about the poll here: https://www.irishtimes.com/politics/poll/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.