KFI News Reporter and Host of the hit show 'Unsolved' Steve Gregory joins The Bill Handel Show. Steve discusses Jose Huizer and corruption at LA City Council and teases listeners with what they can look forward to hearing on an all-new episode of 'Unsolved', airing tomorrow night at 8PM PST right here on KFI.
Jason Middleton and Jennifer Jones Lee accompany Bill for Handel on the News! The three of them discuss news topics that include: President Biden's schedule has been released ahead of his visit to Santa Cruz County, California. LA City Council has voted to extend the State of Local Emergency due to the storms. And experts are developing a plan to repair the massive sinkhole in a Chatsworth, LA neighborhood
U.S. Senator Alex Padilla - Progressive problem-solver and the first Latino elected to represent California in the U.S. Senate. He joins Tavis to share his reaction to his historic win, to discuss what he hopes to accomplish as the first Latino elected to represent the Golden State in the US Senate, and to share his thoughts on the current state of our statewide politics – particularly in the aftermath of the recent LA City Council racism scandal and Mayor Karen Bass's historic win.
Tonight: LAPD commission meets to discuss reappointment Chief Michel Moore to a second five-year term; Family of 31-year-old who died from being tased call for Moore's removal; LAPD bans "Thin Blue Line" flag in station lobbies and on patrol cars and uniforms; The LA City Council today voted 12-1 to deny a permit to build a seven-story 168-room Marriott Hotel near the USC campus; New law requires you to put your food with your lawn clippings and other "green waste"; and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.com
Rep. Katie Porter tossed her hat in the ring for Sen. Dianne Feinstein's Senate seat. Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin de León continues to show up at LA City Council meetings amid protests. And Kevin McCarthy became the speaker of the House after 15 votes. From Capitol Hill to LA City Hall, "Inside the Issues: The Podcast" hosts Alex Cohen and Sara Sadhwani discuss the bold moves of these California politicians.
Street medicine providers aim to meet — and treat — unhoused people where they are. And new state regulations are making it a lot easier for them to do that. Last year, the LA City Council passed an ordinance requiring most new buildings to be fully electric. Without gas, how people cook could fundamentally change.
A new initiative by Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass to move the homeless into hotels and motels across the city while affordable housing units are built received stiff resistance from hotel and motel owners this week. They say they will oppose the program as much as they legally can.The new initiative by Bass, known as Inside Safe, would not go after homeless encampments, but rather open up rooms for the homeless and make them available on a long-term basis. The move will cost the city around $100 million, with master leasing being used on motels around encampments. In a Meet the Press interview on Sunday, Bass says that she hopes to house around 95% of LA's roughly 40,000 homeless this way once fully implemented.“Well, you know, what we have found in the community organizations that we're bringing in to do this work is that you can get 95% of the people housed,” explained Bass, who had promised to tackle the homeless issue in the first days of her Mayorship, on Sunday. “People will go. It takes a while. You have to do outreach.”However, many motel and hotel owners in likely affected areas have sounded off against the idea. In interviews with the Globe on Tuesday, owners noted that similar previous attempts, like Project Roomkey during the pandemic, failed statewide, with more local attempts earlier this year to force owners to give vacant rooms to the homeless failed to get past the LA City Council.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople
Mo'Kelly fills in for John & Ken. Blake Troli comes on the show to talk about Kevin De Leon still being on the LA City Council. More on Kevin De Leon not resigning from the LA City Council and tonight is the 6th night of Chanukah. Why would anyone want to travel during the holidays when they know how many delays often occur?
On his last day in office, Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an executive directive to light up the Hollywood Sign. New LA Mayor Karen Bass then decided to rescind the order. Former Santa Monica Mayor Rex Minter died in a small plane crashed on the beach just south of the Santa Monica Pier. KFI's Blake Troli has the latest on Kevin De Leon saying that he does have friends on the LA City Council. The Los Angeles Dodgers have reinstated pitcher Trevor Bauer after his suspension was to 194 games.
Traci Park joins the LA City Council at a time of turmoil and division. The moderate Democrat defeated a more progressive challenger, despite the council shifting left. During Hanukkah, Jews celebrate the miracle of oil, and cooking with oil is a tradition for Jewish Angelenos from around the world. Kwanzaa was created in 1966 to honor African American culture and heritage. Now, more than five decades later, how is the holiday celebrated?
JOHN BROESKE IS BACK! Controversial LA City Councilman Kevin DeLeon attended his second meeting after "the racist audio leak" and caused chambers to erupt in shouting. Should be resign?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel and is accompanied by Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Wayne on the News. The two discuss news topics that include: Kevin De Leon attended the LA City Council meeting yesterday amid angry protests and calls for his resignation, LA Mayor Karen Bass' state of emergency declaration has been approved by the LA City Council, and P-22 is facing an uncertain future as the mountain lion will not return to the wild and could potentially be euthanized.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. New Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass' emergency declaration on homelessness has been approved by the LA City Council, and now attention turns to the Cecil Hotel where loads of rooms remain vacant. Clark Howard joins the show for an all-new, Holiday edition of Cheapskate University and Deals of the Week!
What's Trending: Officials are trying to push masks again, Deborah Juarez is not running for Seattle City Council and more controversy from the LA City Council. Big Local: A Kitsap County sheriff's recount and a Tacoma couple has their vehicle stolen from a hospital while giving birth. // 'Woman' is the word of the year, apparently. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Warning: Explicit Conversations About Politics, Culture, & Sexuality Hop aboard FDR as we celebrate the release of my roundtable at Yale and Brittney Griner's release from Russian jail, and we continue our search for the “Sexual Grail,” riding the rails of the Bonobo Trail. Midway through, Capt'n Max and I pick up the charming “Heidi” as we make these stops (and more) along the trail: • At the Arcadia City Council holiday party, I got a hug from outgoing Mayor Tom Beck, patron saint of Santa Anita horseracing and King of the Kangaroo Court that's been harassing Bonoboville! • LA City Council's party was even worse with Santa-capped Councilmember Kevin de Leon physically assaulting Jason Reedy! • Santa Anita Racetrack's 2024 “Breeder's Cup” gives me dystopian nightmares of pregnant handmaids racing to see who can give birth to the most unwanted children first… which unfortunately arouses some commenters, like the descriptively named "Gerbil Hung," though his silly fantasies are nowhere near as bad as the all-too-real Supreme Court-ordered spaying of women's rights. • Why anxiety should be channeled through consenting adult kink—not legislation. Eroticize, don't politicize, your fetishes! • Why I love-hate those #Yale elites. • Trying to pick a 2022 SUZY award winner for “Worst Yale Grad”—but there are so many! Bush? Alito? Kavanaugh? DeSantis? • From Forced Breeding to Forced Feeding! • From Britney Spears in 2021 to Brittney Griner in 2022, we're freeing Brittneys everywhere! • It's my half-birthday, and a good present (Joe, ya listening?) would be to free Julian Assange, Leonard Peltier and so many more… but tRump-for-Jail—please! • From the Prison Industrial Complex to YouTube Jail to banishment to mental jails, and now if you have consenting-adult premarital sex in Indonesia, you could go to jail. • And let's not forget Mr. Yale-to-Jail: Oathkeepers founder Stewart Rhodes! • Our continuing search for the “Sexual Grail” of orgasm takes us to the clitoris, Mother of (Almost) All Female Orgasms • Republican Independent Counsels couldn't nail Bill Clinton for any of his so-called crimes in Arkansas, so they nailed him for getting nailed. • One more half-birthday wish: Peace on Earth. Pleasure for All. As the Megamachine forces us down the road of endless conflict and consumption, let's switch lanes to the Love Train on the #Bonobo Trail, the path of sharing simple consensual pleasures, wherever we can. Read more prose & see the show(s): https://drsusanblock.com/fdr-yale-jail-grail-trail Need to talk PRIVATELY? Experience #PhoneSexTherapy. Call the Therapists Without Borders of the Dr. Susan Block Institute anytime: 213.291.9497.
Protestors interrupted the first meeting of the new LA City Council today, continuing a chaotic string of days for the city's government. It's part of a trend that worries local officials and even one former mayor of Los Angeles. LA is a crowded and competitive restaurant market, so standing out from the noise is no small feat. With 2022 almost over, it's time to look back at some of the best food LA has to offer. Niky's Sports is the largest family-run chain of soccer stores in Los Angeles. They started selling a mix of sporting goods, but eventually narrowed their offerings to cater to soccer players.
LA City Council to meet amid protests following the fight involving Kevin de León Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin de León tells CNN he will not resign. FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried has been arrested in the Bahamas.
KFI's Blake Troili joins us live from LA City Council chamber to talk about protestors disrupting todays council meeting. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., will serve out the remainder of her term despite worrying reports about her mental health. Spit on sidewalk has led to a Torrance man getting life without parole. He is on trial for raping and murdering a teenage girl and a young woman about eight months apart in 2011.
LA City Councilmember Paul Koretz delivered a shocking final message to protesters during his farewell speech at his final City Council meeting. LA City Councilman Kevin de León was giving out presents to kids at a tree-lighting celebration in Lincoln Park on Friday when a group of protesters showed up. One member of the group, Jason Reedy, got directly in de León's face, at which point the councilman shoved Reedy into a table and tried to push him to the ground. KFI's Blake Troli talks about new LA Mayor Karen Bass declaring a state of emergency for homelessness.
City Council member and California political heavyweight Kevin De Leon made his first appearance at a city council meeting since the fallout from the leaked audio tape of him participating in a racist conversation that led to the resignations of Council President Nury Martinez and County Labor President Ron Harrera. De Leon has two years left on his term and has said he has no plans to resign and the meeting quickly became pandemonium after he appeared between public attendees shouting for him to step down, and supporters chanting his name. To discuss further, KCBS Radio's Pat Thurston and Bret Burkhart spoke with John Baird, reporter with Audacy Sister station KNX in Los Angeles. He was at the city council meeting earlier today...
Lots of noise and ruckus at today's LA City Council meeting. It was all because of councilman Kevin DeLeon. He made a brief appearance before protesters yelled and made a scene. The council then went into recess before coming back out without DeLeon. Of course, he's refused to resign following the leak of those racist remarks caught on tape. All this comes just before Karen Bass takes over as Mayor starting on Sunday. We go In Depth. More and more men now are having problems with work as in they're not working. We look into the reasons for this troubling trend. A new study finds lots of people are moving to areas where there's a high risk of wildfires. But why? 'Tis the season for the Oscar-worthy movies to play in the theaters. But there's a problem right now--the movies are playing but hardly anyone is at the theaters watching them. We go In Depth into why and what this means for the future of theaters. Dating these days can be a challenge for people. Throw in inflation and it's an even bigger challenge because now money is a factor. We explain how people are trying to impress without being thought of as too cheap. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Zev Yaroslavsky, served 20 years on the LA City Council and 20 years on the LA County Board of Supervisors, a distinguished career unmatched in recent memory. Now a faculty member at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, Yaroslavsky recently saw his daughter-in-law elected to a seat on the Los Angeles City Council. Yaroslavsky reflects on his institutional memory of Los Angeles, comments on the city's evolution, its history of homelessness, and changes to government. He shares his thoughts on the corruption currently occurring at City Hall and the rarified atmosphere of the Board of Supervisors. While he appreciates the academic life he leads, we get the sense that there is a certain something that he misses about being in the arena.
Mark joins Adam in studio this week and they open up discussing the taped conversation between many LA City Council members that was leaked recently and how it relates to Mark in a 'not since..' kinda way. They also discuss the Casey Anthony media buzz going on right now as well as Danny Masterson's mistrial being declared. As the show wraps up the guys discuss a breaking story that Elon Musk is tweeting his is about to reveal what really happened at Twitter surrounding the Hunter Biden laptop story. Watch this episode & subscribe on YouTube at YouTube.com/ReasonableDoubtPodcast Please Support Our Sponsors: Geico.com PluralSight.com/Vision
The LA City Council takes a major step against the oil and gas industry with a vote to ban new drilling and phasing out the wells that already exist. It's a move that will make environmentalists happy but are there downsides to consumers? We go In Depth. President Biden is pushing for major changes to the Democratic presidential primary system. We'll tell you what he has in mind. Can Kanye West ever salvage what's left of his music and business career after his latest comments about Nazis and Hitler? Or is he done for good? Former President Trump loses a legal fight over the seized Mar-a-Lago documents. This comes as the January 6th Committee is wrapping up its final report and could recommend criminal charges be filed against him. We go In Depth into Mister Trump's legal problems with the Justice Department. Reports are out about slavery reparations estimates from the state task force looking into the matter. We'll talk to the committee chair about whether these massive numbers are accurate. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Los Angeles Police Department continues its investigation into the LA City Council racist audio leak as search warrants are issued. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee accompany Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News.
In recent news, LA city counselors were caught on tape saying derogatory things about those living within their community. Upon this news, the Gwartney team looks to discuss the incentives for such behavior within Los Angeles. The Gwartney team discusses why LA city counselors are paid hefty amounts and why they cannot be kicked out of office. What is at play here: higher cost of living, increased workload, a stressful job, or could it be to deter corruption? Join us for a great episode as we sort out the incentives at play within Los Angeles. Timeline: Incentives / 3:00 Government vs. Free Market / 8:15 Importance of Accurate Capital / 11:00 Rational Ignornance / 18:30 Devil's Advocate / 22:45 Shocking? Not to Dr. Clarke / 25;30 Bad Actors / 31:20
LA City Councilmember-elect Hugo Soto-Martinez credits his South LA-based upbringing, union organizing, and time studying criminology at UC Irvine for giving him a different perspective on housing and policing. Susan Straight wrote a love letter to SoCal with “Mecca,” her newest book. She tells a vivid tale of her many characters' interwoven lives as the Santa Anas blow.
Alex Stone comes on the show to give an update on the guy who attacked Paul Pelosi. Protestors were thrown out of today's LA City Council meeting. Europe is bracing for a harsh winter as the Russia/Ukraine war continues. A candidate for Lake Tahoe City Council has been arrested.
Today, Dee and Anand speak to Sam Yebri about his LA City Council race. Then, the gentlemen discuss Elon's Twitter takeover, an FCC commissioner's thoughts on TikTok, Migos rapper Takeoff's killing, Taylor Swift's takeover, and Iran's imminent attack on Saudi Arabia Connect with Group Chat! Watch The Pod #1 Newsletter In The World For The Gram Tweet With Us Exclusive Facebook Content We're @groupchatpod on Snapchat
Blake Troli comes on the show to talk about the city council meeting today. An update on the LA City Council developers' scandal with Jose Huizar. San Clemente is losing parts of its beach! A Denver coffee shop that was paying their baristas $50K/year is now closing.
On October 9, the Los Angeles Times of a conversation between now-former L.A. City Council President Nury Martínez, fellow Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León, and now-former L.A. County Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera, in which Martínez made racist remarks against another councilmember's Black son and the city's Indigenous community from Oaxaca. Here's an episode from our colleagues at Latino Rebels Radio, where guest host and Latino Rebels senior editor Hector Luis Alamo speaks with Gustavo Arellano, featured contributor for the L.A. Times, to get a sense of what the scandal means for the people of Los Angeles and the future of the city.
Is racist heckling at sporting events a real problem? ... John: “If you can't be made fun of, you're not part of the group” ... The LA City Council racism scandal ... Why is there no Latino Michael Brown? ... Exalting (and exaggerating) the victim role ... Glenn's daughter's upcoming appearance on The Glenn Show ... Elite discrimination against Asians ...
Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: There's more to the LA City Council debacle than we actually know. Wanna get elected in New York? Have you tried making a porno? You can now buy hearing aids over the counter. This could end up being a game changer for elderly Americans. What was an average dinner for Babe Ruth? The Home Runs were just an added bonus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The White House has accused Saudi Arabia of helping Russia fund its war in Ukraine by pushing up oil revenues after the OPEC+ group of oil producers, including Saudi Arabia and Russia, decided to cut oil output by 2 million barrels per day. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby accused the kingdom of strong-arming other oil producing countries to agree to the cut.And a controversy in Los Angeles is roiling the city's politics: city councilors were caught making racist and otherwise bigoted remarks in a leaked recording. President Biden has called on them to resign.This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Asma Khalid, international affairs correspondent Jackie Northam, and national desk correspondent Adrian Florido.Learn more about upcoming live shows of The NPR Politics Podcast at nprpresents.org.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics Connect:Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.
J. Bradford DeLong is here to deliver on the title of his impressive tome Slouching Towards Utopia: An Economic History Of The Twentieth Century. It Starts with 1870 and ends the year Law & Order was cancelled (it came back … the economy didn't). Plus, the case for the nation's defense budget being largely, mostly, mainly worth it. And the non-offensive parts of the LA City Council tapes are pretty instructive as to how politics everywhere really works. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at email@example.com To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Emma hosts Indi Dutta-Gupta, President and Executive Director of The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) to discuss recent polling showing that 2/3rds of parents who stopped receiving the Child Tax Credit in late 2021 reported difficulties obtaining enough food for their children. Then, Emma is joined by Danielle Carr, Assistant Professor at the Institute for Society and Genetics at UCLA, to discuss her recent Op-Ed piece for the New York Times "Mental Health Is Political". First, Emma dives into updates on the White House's response to the leaked racist LA City Council audio and the return of legal (for now) abortions in Arizona, before diving deeper into Biden's response to OPEC's price gauging and criticisms of his relationship to Saudi Arabia (particularly in the wake of his campaigning on making them a “Pariah” state). Then, Indi Dutta-Gupta joins as he gets right into the work that he does with the Center for Law and Social Policy, exploring how child poverty is largely a choice made by policy-makers when they ignore the already demonstrated social policy that can reduce it, with the Child Tax Credit and American Rescue plan more than proving the impact they can have both on poverty, and in flushing the economy with money (seeing a 9:1 return on the investment of the tax credit). Next, they tackle the greater cultural and political elements that reject these policies, with the bootstraps mentality leading to Manchin becoming the one vote that prevented the CTC from becoming a permanent policy, and how we see similar elements embedded in pre-existing policies such as SNAP. Dutta-Gupta wraps up the interview by parsing through the work CLASP has done to tackle a more anti-racist and community-driven SNAP, and exploring how we can support the center from the outside. Danielle Carr then walks through the problem of medicalizing our view of mental health without also understanding the greater systemic and political intersections that can often be underlying causes. Next, they explore the rise of telepsychotherapy as an exploitative gig-economy institution that works to further medicalize the issue and detach it from social issues, before wrapping up the interview by exploring what kind of diseases mental health issues really are, and the failure of the DSM-type medical perspective in actually understanding how to approach them. And in the Fun Half: Emma and Bradley discuss the recent bipartisan hit pieces against John Fetterman in the wake of his return to the campaign trail after his stroke earlier this year, watching NBC's Dasha Burns and Lester Holt frame a recent interview around auditory and vocal issues making him a poor fit for office. They also dive into greater issues of mental health, as they tackle the exploitation of Kanye West and Hershel Walker by Tucker Carlson and the Georgia GOP, respectively, and Ben Shapiro responds with some real nuance on anti-Semitic threats. Ben from Virginia discusses the invasion of Ukraine and the importance of Katie Halper, Lucas from Minneapolis talks Dr. Oz's puppy murdering, and Emma tackled Tulsi Gabbard officially lefting the left plus, your calls and IMs! Check out CLASP's polling here: https://www.clasp.org/publications/report/brief/child-tax-credit-poll-3/ Check out Danielle's piece here: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/20/opinion/us-mental-health-politics.html?smid=tw-nytopinion&smtyp=cur Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Ava Raiza's music here! https://avaraiza.bandcamp.com/ Check out Aziz Rana's "Left Internationalism in the Heart of Empire" here: https://www.dissentmagazine.org/online_articles/left-internationalism-in-the-heart-of-empire The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
Demi's back in Ghana; Lizzo covers Vanity Fair; Jonathan Majors for Men's Health; Jada Pinkett Smith has a memoir on the way; Kanye continues to Kanye; the LA City Council is predictable ABOUT ME: http://www.demetrialucas.com/about/ STAY CONNECTED: IG: demetriallucas Twitter: demetriallucas FB: demetriallucas YouTube: demetriallucas Thanks to our sponsors: Find your inner detective -- Download June's Journey today! Get a 60-day free trial at https://www.shipstation.com/RESPECT Visit BetterHelp.com/ratchet today to get 10% off your first month. Get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/ratchet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 3 of Wednesday's A&G: Was the Hunter Biden laptop story along the line of Russian Disinformation? More on the ugly LA City Council meeting. Problems with Apple products, and the cheating Astros. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1 of Wednesday's A&G: The Harvey Weinstein trial has begun on the west coast. Joe has a reptilian analogy for the former movie exec. The LA City Council got feisty, as Angelinos call for the resignation of the counsel's president. Jack's sons got into a massive fight. Alex says he knows exactly what happened, with no context. All this, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This morning, Tulsi Gabbard announced she is leaving the Democratic Party but didn't clarify whether she is joining the Republicans. Plus, Jaco Booyens and Lauren Davis bring an exclusive scoop on Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins' sordid past. And why did the LA City Council president resign? Today's Sponsors: Healthy Cell has a bunch of great supplements you can use to help with sleep, focus, or even as just a general multivitamin. PLUS, they have 165% better absorption than pills. Go to https://HealthyCell.com/NEWS and get 20% off your first order. Home title fraud is growing two and a half times faster than credit card fraud. Here's how to protect yourself and verify your home's title is still in your name. Visit https://HomeTitleLock.com and use promo code “RADIO.” Then, register your address for your no-obligation home title report — that's a $100 value FREE! Patriot Mobile is America's only Christian Conservative mobile phone provider and a force for conservative values. Go to https://PatriotMobile.com/NEWS and get free activation with promo code NEWS. Tommy John is overcoming the uncomfortable with premium fabrics, innovative fits, and problem-solving functionality that make men and women feel comfortable in their skins. Go to https://TommyJohn.com/WHY and get 20% off your first order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices