2019 Bassmaster Classic Champion, 2020 MLF Tour Champion, and Buff USA ambassador Ott DeFoe joins our How 2 Tuesday this week to talk about the importance of boat positioning when you are fishing. Ott spends most of his time bass fishing lakes, but these tips can definitely be applied to all types of fishing in fresh and saltwater. Ott goes over how he wants to position his boat on a bank, and how a different kind of presentation has helped him catch heavily pressured fish. Be sure to follow Ott on Instagram @ottdefoe and if you liked this episode, we have a full length podcast with Ott coming soon so subscribe to be notified when it goes live! WIN A FISHING VACATION AT HAWKS CAY! Click Here to Enter: http://tackledirect.tv If you have questions or suggestions for the show you can text Tom at 1 305-930-7346 This episode has been brought to you by Waypoint TV. Waypoint is the ultimate outdoor network featuring streaming of full-length fishing and hunting television shows, short films and instructional content, a social media network, Podcast Network. Waypoint is available on Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, IoS devices, Android Devices and at www.waypointtv.com all for FREE! Join the Waypoint Army by following them on Instagram at the following accounts @waypointtv @waypointfish @waypointsalt @waypointboating @waypointhunt @waypointoutdoorcollective Find over 150 full episodes of Saltwater Experience on Waypoint You can follow Tom Rowland on Instagram @tom_rowland and find all episodes and show notes at Tomrowlandpodcast.com Learn more about Tom's Television shows by visiting their websites: Saltwater Experience Into the Blue Sweetwater Contact Tom through email: Podcast@saltwaterexperience.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back about 100 years ago, there was so much adulterated honey for sale that people were reluctant to buy it at all. Comb honey was seen as being different because that couldn't be adulterated, right? Well, A. I. Root put up an award looking for fake comb honey because he was sure it couldn't be done. Fast forward 100 years or so and that may not be the case anymore. People can digitally print fully drawn comb for bees to use, from either beeswax, or other edible waxes. Bees seem to like it and it works just fine in a beehive, giving bees a boost when they need it the most. So, can you make fake comb honey? Well, perhaps. Tune in and listen to Kim and Jim examine these old and new rules about comb honey, and see what the world is up to with these newfangled inventions. ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Der Arzt Dr. Bodensdorf ist erschossen worden. Kommissar Möller kommt bei der Befragung der Angehörigen allmählich einem Familiengeheimnis auf die Spur. Insbesondere die erst 12jährige Angelika spielt eine tragende Rolle. Schwierig wird der Fall, als die Tatwaffe bei der geschiedenen Frau des Opfers gefunden wird… Bastian Pastewka lobt vor allem die perfekte Besetzung dieses Krimis von Arnold E. Ott von 1979.
Bees, honey, smoker smoke, and lots more all have their own aroma. Beekeeping is rich in its own smells. Most are fragrant, rich and a delight to work with. Some, not so much. This is a two-part series, started in the last episode, #47. In today's Part 2, we spent some time smelling honeys, the types and seasons and sources and times. Then we looked the wonderful aromas the come from beekeeping products. Beeswax being rendered, honey being uncapped, the smell of brand-new wax foundation, burning wax candles, the smell of your workshop as you put together new equipment. Come on along and learn what you can expect when dealing with honey, honey bees and all that comes with them, and what you already may have experienced and not thought much about. One aroma is worth a thousand words. What are YOUR favorite smells of beekeeping? Let us know! ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Julie ‘Jules' McQueen, CEO of OTT streaming service Carbon TV, joins Robbie to talk about what the female hunter looks like from the perspective of a veteran of this industry along with intentionality behind content and why it is important. Podcast is brought to you by: Dog And Gun Coffee: www.dogandguncoffee.com Wren & Ivy: https://www.wrenandivy.com/ Minus33: https://www.minus33.com/ Rugged X Expeditions: https://jalainsmith.com See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bees, honey, smoker smoke, and lots more all have their own aroma. Beekeeping is rich in its own smells. Most are fragrant, rich and a delight to work with. Some, not so much. This is a two-part series. In today's Part 1, we looked at smells from the smoker, which are many and varied, rich and awful, all at the same time. Then we discussed the smells of bees, the good, the bad and the ugly. Come on along and learn what you can expect when dealing with honey, honey bees and all that comes with them, and what you already may have experienced and not thought much about. One aroma is worth a thousand words. Watch for Part 2 - The Good, next week! ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Jed Corenthal, the CMO of Phenix (real-time streaming technology platform) returns to the Tech Talks Daily Podcast to discuss their unique OTT technology infrastructure. I learn how it allows for streaming video as close to real-time as possible without sacrificing broadcast quality and scale. We discuss their Syncwatch™ technology and how it ensures every user consumes the content simultaneously, regardless of location or connection. Trusted by Verizon, Racecourse Media Group, and many more, this technology helps avoid the ‘Spoiler Alert' moment from a game lagging behind other streams/broadcasts. We also talk about how this technology allows for the 21st-century sports viewing experience through gamification and interactivity, such as offering ‘Watch Together' features, in-game trivia, etc. Finally, Jed shares examples of interactive fan experiences and accurate game-day streams.
OTT stands for “over-the-top” and is essentially television commercials served specifically through streaming services on connected devices. It's called over-the-top because of advertiser's ability to go over-the-top of the traditional gatekeepers of this medium which have historically been cable TV providers. Does this make sense for hotels? You bet it does... and here's why. SHOW NOTES AND MORE! https://www.TravelBoomMarketing.com/podcast
The Programmatic Digest is hosted by Hélène Parker is going live all month long and this first panel will be discussing Contextual Target best practices and any latest updates. Stay tuned for more details and Register Today!
It's been 138 days since I last recorded you an episode of One Thing Today and I really wanted to say hello to you before I begin my three-month long winter hibernation. Join me on my rather blustery hillside for a slightly unusual episode of OTT in which I talk about my thoughts around the future of the podcast, how quiet my year has been and how much I'm looking forward to my hibernation this winter. If you'd like to join me for my hibernation it would be lovely to have your company over on Patreon: https://patreon.com/gogently
At some point, whether by design or accident, many beekeepers consider expanding into pollination for hire with their bees. What does that mean and what does it take? What should be considered before undertaking a small-scale pollination job? In this episode, Kim and Jim discuss their experiences and offer their observations. First, start thinking about what you'll need next spring NOW, so you're ready next spring! If you wait until the first dandelion, you will be late to the game! If you are starting from scratch, talk to other beekeepers, talk to growers, talk to anybody who has done this before. Make your contacts now and remember, when exploring pollination opportunities, you are probably competing with another beekeeper. The most important two things to research? Know what your costs will be, and know what your time is worth. Start there. Remember this is mostly night work, do you have a day job? Do you have a good friend you can convince to help you? And what about insurance? And can you do this with your truck, or somebody else's, or do you have a trailer you can leave at the orchard with your hives on it. Contracts are critical. Scope out the property. Know where you will place the bees. Know the crop better than the grower so you already anticipate their needs and schedule. You can make good money pollinating a crop, but only if you know what you are getting into. ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
The Reserve Bank of India's new norms and guidelines for recurring payments came into effect this month. One of them, for instance, lays down that banks should send a pre-debit notification to credit card holders 24 hours before an actual debit is done. There are other requirements as well with regard to the nature and duration of an e-mandate for recurring payments. What all this means is that, from October 1st, standing instructions with one's payments provider may not work without some additional steps. This has already affected certain subscription services, including media and OTT subscriptions, and unless all merchants and banks are fully equipped to meet the new requirements, the disruptions would continue. So, what exactly are these new requirements for recurring transactions? What prompted the RBI to come up with them? How will they change the subscription economy going forward? And are there any privacy implications of these new norms? We explore these questions and more in this episode. Guest: Srikanth Lakshmanan of CashlessConsumer, a consumer collective that works on digital payments Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor The Hindu
We are back! On this episode, the boys breakdown their picks league wide picks for teams to make the playoffs, and look ahead at the Leafs first four games of the new season (MON, OTT, OTT, NYR)
This week Alex & Dan return to the sofa with another Halloween episode - this time, Dan takes you on a journey around the UK, with the most haunted locations and their legends! There's plenty of apparitions, strange goings-ons and headless ghosts to boot! With some more personal experiences of the paranormal including some from the listeners, it's time to put the lights in the pumpkins, draw the curtains and hide under the blanket - it's going to give you some goosebumps! #GITS
Sofa Beats has curated a dynamic selection of LOUD remixes to invigorate your sonic palette. Spanning the realms between mellow loungey atmospheres to beats of a more head-nodding nature, the EP features 4 reworks by A Bater, Gorovich, Ott and debuting for the first time ever, a never before released Desert Dwellers remix.
Every kind of hive has some kind of bottom board. Typically, Langstroth type hives have a bottom board that is removable. Many are reversible, too. That is one side has a ridge going around three sides that is only 3/8th of an inch tall, leaving an opening so small in the front that a mouse should not be able to get into the hive. These are used this way in the winter. The other side of this bottom board has a ridge that is 3/4th of an inch tall, to be used in the summer for better ventilation and traffic control out front. For awhile, bottom boards with a screen were common, developed to help control varroa that would fall through if they fell off a bee above. Some people would put cardboard sticky boards under the screen to catch the varroa and give an idea of how many a hive had. These had to be covered in winter, which was sometimes a problem because of lost covers, warped covers or bent screens. They are still around, but mostly for ventilation, not varroa control. Mostly, we use what we have, because that's the way we've always done it. But now there are several styles of bottom boards to use. Many are now heavy duty plastic, some with built in screens and a cover, some are insulated for winter use, and some will fit an 8 frame or 10 frame hive, so no matter what kind of hive you have they will fit just right. Bottom boards are getting to be as technical as the rest of our bee hives. Finally. ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
OTT streaming services have come a long way in the region, with Viu being one the industry leaders. According to the latest Media Partners Asia (MPA)’s AMPD Research report, Viu ranks first in SEA for monthly active users, with 49.4million Viu-ers and a 37% growth, year-on-year. We’ll be catching up with Kingsley Warner, Country Manager of Viu Malaysia and get an inside scoop and deep dive into Viu Malaysia’s performance in the first half of 2021.
In the Sensei's corner, We welcome Matt Barash, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Zeotap. Matt has been in the advertising and technology industry for over 20 years, He has worked with companies such as Myspace, Forbes, and Newscorp. Matt starts off this week's conversation by giving us tips on how to build a great team from the ground up, in a time where there is such a big push towards automation. We highlight ways on how to make managers and employees feel encouraged to participate in the growth of company culture. We talk DISC Assessment and how it can be used as a way to gear the way you put together a team or how you can understand your current teams. From his opinion on the current recruiting style to multigenerational teams, Matt Barash is one a kind, giving us an unique perspective on how to scale and grow teams Connect with: Matt Barasha: LinkedIn Zeotap : LinkedIn | Website Programmatic Digest: Shownotes | YouTube | LinkedIn | Instagram Helene Parker: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Programmatic Meetup Timestamp: 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 01:58 - Guest Introduction 04:43 - Programmatic Meetup 06:49 - What is Zeotap? 10:16 - Building your Team 12:10 - Great Managers = Great Teams 15:05 - Company Culture 16:52 - Aligning with Employee Milestones 20:40 - DiSC Assessment 22:53 - Lack of Employee Talent 30:47 - Multi-generational Team Members 35:11 - Last Remarks 43:16 - Podcast Outro
- KT인터넷 서비스 먹통, 피해보상은?- 애플TV+ 국내 진출, OTT 시장 판도 흔드나?- 최저신용자들 위한 햇살론 카드 나온다출연 : 고란 기자, 김현우 소장, 박세훈 작가ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.
Once upon a time ...... There was a water ride at a Disney theme park that someone thought would make a good film (??!?!), so they grabbed a pen and some paper, and set about writing a script filled with curses, pirates, love and swashbuckling.The film was very OTT, everyone loved the main character who was a drunken bum, there was indeed swashbuckling, rum, love, curses, pirates, rum and strumpets, and thus began a franchise.This week, our TOP 100 Movie Challenge continues as we talk about Captain Jack Sparrow, Barbosa, Norrington, Turner, Swan, over inflated budgets and rum. Uncle Argyle tells us a story, we talk Bang For Your Buck and play Are you Not Entertained!!. Here's the handy link to our original episode on Pirates 1, 2, 3 (4 & 5). If you enjoyed either show please leave a review in Podchaser - it helps us grown and makes us look good. Otherwise please review us wherever you listen to us.You can also find us in the following places. Subscribe and join the conversation with our community.TwitterInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeWe hope you have an awesome day wherever you are, and whatever your doing.Andrew, Isla & NieveSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kwawwpodcast)
If you are comfortable outside on Christmas Day, you probably don't have to worry about wrapping your colonies for winter protection. Otherwise, this episode is for you! At least put up a windbreak. It's easy, cheap and it helps. But what other insulation is available? There's history of what has been used, and what's available now isn't much different, but it's better. Tar paper was common, roofing insulation is often used, already packaged units like a Bee Cozy, or those made by BetterBee are available and work well. New insulated tops are available and should be considered for both keeping warm in during winter, and heat out during summer. Winter ventilation is still an issue with some kinds of wintering techniques and you have to deal with that, too. Styrofoam boxes, and sheets are used with good success. Winter protection, wrapping, and all the different kinds of hives….now is the time to figure it out. ___________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Catechism of Pope St. Pius X (CPX) p. 106 Q/A 13-15 *** -Ott's “Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma” $65 Hardback at a non-Amazon site: https://www.baroniuspress.com/book.php?wid=56&bid=77#tab=tab-1 -You can support my work here: https://padreperegrino.org/donate/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI4c760w4gU
- 높아진 전세대출 문턱, 어떻게 달라지나- 항공기 유류할증료 오른다- OTT 망사용료 법제화 속도 내나출연 : 김치형 뉴스큐레이터, 김현우 소장, 박세훈 작가ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.
In the Sensei's corner, We welcome Vera Shafiq who is the Vice President of Digital Strategy at Location3. Vera has worked in our industry for many years but has very recently transitioned to Location3. Location3 is a digital agency that specializes in enterprise strategy with a local activation. Vera starts off this week's conversation by introducing CDP's (Customer Data Platforms). We Dive deeper into the topic by going into detail about the differences of CDP versus CRM's (Customer Relationship Managements) and DMP's (Database Management Platforms). We talk about how CDP can be used in different ways to reach customers with relevant messaging without the use of third-party cookies. We talked about best strategies of how agencies can get started with CDP's and some examples of how Location3 uses CDP's. We wrapped the conversation with how we can strategically automate this process. Connect with: Vera Shafiq : LinkedIn Location3 : LinkedIn | Website Programmatic Digest: Shownotes | YouTube | LinkedIn | Instagram Helene Parker: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Programmatic Meetup Timestamp: 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 01:11 - Guest Introduction 04:19 - What Is a CDP? 06:38 - Differences of CDP & CRM 08:08 - CDP vs DMP 09:56 - How to Use CDP's 12:54 - 10 Ways CDP Solve Marketing Challenges 13:56 - How CDP's Can Replace 3rd Party Cookies 16:13 - Where Do I Start? 19:23 - How Location3 Uses CDP's 22:50 - The Programmatic Meetup 30:23 - Automation 33:55 - Last Remarks 45:14 Podcast Outro
149 OTT: 3 Interesting Ideas for Halloween in Your Primary ClassroomAre you ready for Halloween in your classroom?If you have been opening your emails or listening to OTT, you will know that I have shared some great Halloween literature with you to spook up your classroom on Episode 148: More Halloween Books to Love and way back in Episode 50: 7 Sensational Halloween Books Kids Will Love.I also talked about 3 Tactics to Breath New Life Into Science in October on Episode 147. Links Mentioned in the Show:Episode 50: 7 Sensational Halloween Books Kids Will Love.Episode 148: More Fun Spooky Halloween Book to Use in Your Primary ClassroomEpisode 147: 3 Secret Tactics to Breath New Life Into Science in OctoberHalloween Science (Matter Lapbook and Unit)Halloween Makerspace BundleHalloween Rhyming Bundle
Be part of our community by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtbehindthings Tonight, we have with us ‘Anaa' and ‘Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay' famed actor, Usman Mukhtar. This episode explores his journey from Kuch Khaas to the Pakistani drama and film industry. Does he come from a traditional family? How were his early years? Did he always want to pursue acting? What had he thought about the content industry in his early days? How Kuch Khaas made a huge difference in his life? What Kuch Khaas is? What does he feel about the Pakistani drama industry? Why are we not producing serials like Turkish dramas? What does he think about OTT and Netflix's original content in Pakistan? How ‘Anaa' made a huge difference in his career? Tune in to know more on Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay, the future of cinema, social media commentary, online hate speech, and Pakistan of 2050! Connect with us: • https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings • https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Usman Mukhtar's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mukhtarhoonmein/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support
An Innovative and Disruptive Approach To Legal Marketing & PR, With Steve Norber Steve Nober, founder, and CEO of Consumer Attorney Marketing Group (CAMG) has been a major force in the legal industry for over a decade. CAMG is a full-service legal marketing agency, providing comprehensive digital and offline marketing, including TV, radio, outdoor, SEO, Paid Social, SEM, and OTT. CAMG operates six service divisions with a staff of over 400 to support law firms in the mass tort and single event space with case acquisition. Services include media buying, creative, intake, contract processing, and medical records. With CAMG's Legal Marketing Index, Steve makes the agency's proprietary data and marketing trends available to law firms. Recognized as an industry leader, Steve speaks at over 40 conferences a year on topics including best marketing practices and ethics in advertising. What you'll learn about in this episode: Information about CAMG, the legal marketing conglomerate that Steve has built. Some of the ways that CAMG makes measurements and metrics that then can be used to help grow law firms. The genesis of CAMG's call center and why handling this often overlooked aspect of the business is crucial to the growth of a firm. The marketing situation, and changes in advertising results, due to changes from the pandemic. Why Steve decided to begin to offer PR services, and how their approach is disruptive and innovative. How their PR service is intuitive and why law firms should consider it even though it's not traditionally something that firms seek out. Information about the free data that CAMG publishes monthly for law firms. Good advice for lawyers trying to grow their practice (hint: start by differentiating in your marketplace). Resources: Website: https://integratedbrandmarketing.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Consumer-Attorney-Marketing-Group-CAMG-921382007912150 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/consumer-attorney-marketing-group/?viewAsMember=true Twitter: https://twitter.com/CAMG_Inc CAMG Phone number: 800-200-CAMG Steve's cell: 818-917-8755 Steve's email: Steve@CAMGinc.com Additional Resources: PILMMA's Super Summit https://learn.pilmma.org/pilmma-super-summit-2021 The Mastermind Effect: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect/ PILMMA's Free Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/free-resources/ PILMMA Join Page: https://learn.pilmma.org/join-pilmma
Matthew Berman is President/ co-founder of Emerald Digital, a full-service data- and creative-driven digital marketing/ public relations agency that specializes in generating quantifiable leads and sales by: Mapping and generating consumer-journey-stage-specific touchpoints across multiple digital channels, Developing and delivering personalized, consumer-journey-stage-specific content. Typical clients are B2C premium consumer goods providers, B2B clients, and professional services (legal, healthcare, and some financial companies). Matthew talks about journey stages as being three funnels: awareness, consideration, and purchase. Awareness involves highlighting a consumer's major” pain points, introducing the client, and clearly presenting the client's unique benefits. At the purchase stage, where the user is already familiar with the client and trust and authority have been established, the message can be “a little more aggressive.” The client, its product, and its target market determine the mix of content, platform, audience, and messaging needed to best address the target audience at each particular stage. Although the agency's focus is digital, Matthew says it will get into whatever space their target market is in. Matthew cites the example of a pet brand client with “two audiences.” When communicating with “the general public (traditional consumer channels), the focus is on digital with some print media, and media buying. For the industry-specific retail buyers (industry trades), the media mix is more traditional. It has been difficult in the past to track billboard impact (except perhaps by sending viewers through distinct contact options). Today, companies can purchase digital space for times when prospective customers will be passing by that billboard, change up the message more frequently to keep it “fresh” or to meet the client's changing needs and goals (to increase business, build brand, hire new employees), or try to ping passing cell phones to track “views.” Matthew started his career in music production, selling songs through NYC ad agencies to support large brands' digital content. He partnered with a creative director contact to create Chunnel TV, a video curation and production platform. Funding for that evaporated with the Great Recession and Matthew moved to a traditional marketing agency in New Orleans to work on social and ambassador programs. A few years later, he started Ember Networks, which provided other agencies with white-label social, web, and SEO support, and often consulted and collaborated with a close friend who owned Herald PR in New York City. On a joint project in the Turks and Caicos, they realized their teams were already integrated and that they would be able to tackle larger projects and work smarter if they combined the two companies. Ember Networks and Herald PR became Emerald Digital. When COVID hit, both locations shut down. Growth was exploding – the company probably tripled last year. Finding, hiring, and integrating new employees into the team was a challenge when everyone was remote. Processes needed to be thoroughly documented, mapped, and assessed; SOPs written, organized, posted, and automated; and communications tools updated and unified. In this interview, Matthew explains how a key tool of the agency's operationalization, a program called ClickUp, has allowed them to aggregate all their documents, automate processes, streamline reporting, and handle client communication. Matthew is excited about how, today, his clients can tell never-ending stories and have ongoing narratives broken into digestible pieces across multiple platforms and multiple touchpoints and, even more so, how technological advances, AR, VR, AI will impact storytelling in the not-so-distant future. He can be reached on his agency's website at: https://emerald.digital Transcript Follows: ROB: Welcome to the Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast. I'm your host, Rob Kischuk, and I'm joined today by Matthew Berman, who is President and Partner at Emerald Digital with offices in New York, New York and New Orleans, Louisiana. Welcome to the podcast, Matthew. MATTHEW: Thank you so much for having me, Rob. ROB: Fantastic to have you here. Why don't you start by introducing Emerald Digital and what it is that you all are excellent in doing for your clients? MATTHEW: Absolutely. I am the president and a co-founder of Emerald Digital. We are a full-service digital marketing and public relations agency. Our superpower is we are exceptional at generating quantifiable leads and sales. We do this by mapping out and generating consumer touchpoints across multiple digital channels, and we strive to engineer these consumer touchpoints by the stage which the consumer journey and the user is actually in. If they're at the awareness stage, we have different content pieces generated just for them and personalized just for them. If they're at the consideration stage, we do the same thing. ROB: You've kind of teased it; give us all the stages as you all think about it. MATTHEW: Sure. At a very general level, let's think about awareness, let's think about consideration, and let's think about purchase. We can break them down into those three major funnels. We try to identify, based on the client that we have, what mix of content, what mix of platform, what mix of audience, and what mix of message we need to best speak to our audience at that particular stage. If we're just trying to generate awareness, we want to highlight what their major pain points are. We want to introduce who our client is, and we want to distill our message such that it can focus on the unique benefits that our client offers in an easy-to-understand way for our target market. If it's at the purchase stage, we would generally have communicated with that particular user several times by now, so we've built up trust, we've built up authority. Our messaging is going to be a little more aggressive. ROB: Give us a picture here. Dive down a little bit. Are there typical clients for you? Particular industry, particular size? What's the wheelhouse? MATTHEW: I think in general, we see two different kinds, although it certainly extends beyond that. But the two different kinds that we have are a B2C company, generally consumer goods, with a product or service that might be a little more premium, a little more expensive, whether that be a luxury hotel or a private jet or a luxury villa or a more expensive food item. So we see that. On the other side, we handle a lot of B2B clients and professional services. We deal very frequently in the legal and healthcare and sometimes the financial space. ROB: I can't let it just sit there – I need to know more about expensive food items. MATTHEW: One of the examples is we're working with one of the most premium hotdog manufacturers and sellers in the United States. You would normally think about a hotdog as just a few bucks, and the ingredients that would go into that are maybe not the ingredients you would want to eat. We're working with this great brand where all of their ingredients are ultra-premium. It tastes amazing. It might cost a few dollars more than your typical hotdog, but we have to break down, where would this product be sold? Who would it be sold to? What type of benefits would a prospective buyer be looking for? That might be health, that might be ease of making it, things like that. But they do taste great. [laughs] I always love working with our consumer brands, especially in the food and drink business, because one of the benefits that we get is we get to try the product. I've probably worked with 50 alcohol brands or something by now, and that's always fun because you have to try it out. You have to make recipes, you have to shoot the product. You get to meet fascinating people all over the country. ROB: That might help with recruiting too. MATTHEW: [laughs] It's always a fun gig. ROB: You're like, “Hey, come here. Here's who we work with.” That makes sense, especially on the premium food side. There's a trend here that is fascinating. You're talking about educating people around considered purchases, but it is interesting how it spans across consumer versus the business side. The awareness, the consideration, the purchase, that's all there. You're not very much into the transactional world. You have digital in your name, but I would imagine you also – how do you think about traditional media as part of the media mix when you're talking about these long-term considered purchases? MATTHEW: Oh, without a doubt. Our expertise is certainly in the digital world, and that's where my background comes from. But I think as our business grows and as we take on more mature clients, we very much had to get into the space where it's also billboard, it's also print. It really matters where our target market is. I'm not going to only focus on a digital solution if my client's market isn't active there. We're working with a pet brand now, and we have two audiences that we need to communicate with. We need to communicate with the general public; those would be our more traditional consumer channels, and for us, we definitely highlight on the digital side there. But we can also focus on print media. We can focus on traditional news, media buying, things like that. But then there's this other audience, which is very industry-specific. Those are your retail buyers, your industry trades. Things like that, we might go with a more traditional mix than a more digital mix. But I've been a big proponent of this digital revolution for many years. It's sort of mirroring what my own personal habits were. I'm 34 now, so I've seen – I'm at that age where when I was younger, it was only traditional, and I've seen more and more brands moving to the digital space. If the last few years have taught us anything, we went from where you had to sell clients on the concept of digital 10-15 years ago, but now they all understand that that's where they need to be. They just need to know exactly what they have to do and what exactly they should be doing. ROB: It probably gives you a pretty good advantage. A lot of traditional media is digitizing in the buying, whether you're talking about billboards, out of home, whether you're talking about TV and you have the OTT stuff. That becomes an increasingly digital buy, I think. You might know better. MATTHEW: You're absolutely right. We were hesitant to recommend things like traditional billboards to our clients in the past. We're this interesting marriage of being data-driven but also creative-driven. If we couldn't get the right data for why we were buying something or why a client should be there, it was hard for me to make that recommendation. I might say, let's conduct some hopefully siloed experiment where if we buy this particular billboard without digital capabilities, let's see if we can see any noticeable lift in sales or phone calls. We can have a tracking number. We can send them to a unique URL that's on the billboard. But if it was hard for us to measure, it was hard for us to manage. With billboards now, especially in the digital space, there are Bluetooth – I'm not sure what the phrase is, but there's this Bluetooth tracking on it so it can try to ping all the phones driving by to give us some information on that. We can also purchase particular space if we only want it between 12:00 and 2:00 and 4:00 and 6:00 when people are driving back and forth. It just gives us more options than a general “This billboard is on the corner of X & X.” ROB: I'm just curious, because I've seen things on billboards that I would never have expected would have the correct ROI for the cost. What is the cost and entry point to get into a digital billboard placement? I see restaurants hiring for chefs and I'm like, man, how does that ever ROI? Or maybe they're thinking more about awareness. It seems like it doesn't add up to me, but how does that work? MATTHEW: There is such a variation in what these prices are. It's tough to give you an exact number. I would think there might be a branding component there. We bought a billboard for a client a few weeks back, and we were looking at rural markets versus urban markets, how many people. The urban billboard, I think we were looking at something like $15-$20K a month versus the rural one was maybe $800 or $1,000 or something. ROB: Wow. MATTHEW: So there's a wide variation of what those costs should be. With a message like “We need to hire someone,” that's not the message you would expect. [laughs] I'm not tracking that; I don't know what their ROI is. It's possible they just really needed workers. But it's also possible they're thinking about it from a brand place. ROB: Right, I get that. It's like, “Hey, we're a restaurant, we're here.” Even maybe an opportunity afforded by digital is you get to shift up the creative more often, sometimes saying you're hiring and sometimes talking about your fish and chips. MATTHEW: That's exactly it. ROB: Rotating the message. MATTHEW: Yes. Frequency – we have to heavily consider that, because you don't want to give the same individual the same message 10 times in a row. It will fall flat. It may also be that that particular restaurant purchased a set amount of billboard space, and they were committed to that for X amount of months, and it came to be that they were already busy, or perhaps COVID changed things for them, and they decided, with the digital billboard, “Let's allocate 15% of that space to hiring. We've already accomplished some of the goals we intended to here, and the money has already been spent, so let's use it for something that can affect us right now.” ROB: Matthew, let's rewind the clock here a little bit. Talk us through the origin story of Emerald Digital. Where did this business come from? What led you to start it? What were you leaving behind? All of that. MATTHEW: Let me give you a little run-through here. I got into this marketing world – I've been a musician for over 25 years, and in my late teens I was heavily into music production. I started selling songs to Heineken, Hennessey, and some other large brands for the digital content they were at that time producing. I was able to do this through some ad agency contacts in New York City, which ultimately led me to partnering with one of the creative directors there, and we created a video curation and production platform called Chunnel TV. After the Great Recession hit, we were unable to raise any more money for that, and I moved to a traditional market agency in New Orleans, where I was heavily involved in social and ambassador programs. A few years later, I decided to start my own firm. This is I think where the story of Emerald begins. At that point, I started a firm called Ember Networks. We focused heavily on social, web, and SEO. A lot of the time, there were other agencies that were hiring us. They would say they were able to do XYZ, but they either didn't have the bandwidth or the ability to, so they white-labeled out. More and more over time, I began working with a firm called Herald PR, which is owned by one of my dear friends. He was in New York City. He was my college roommate, so we were always bouncing ideas off of each other. As an agency owner, it's always helpful to have that bouncing-off point. “How are you doing this? How are you doing that?” So we started working together more and more on escalating projects. After a few years, we had a client who was a villa in the Turks and Caicos. Villa Bella Vita. It's absolutely gorgeous. We went down there, we were shooting drones and doing pictures, and we had brought some of our other clients down. We said, “Why are we doing this separately? Our teams are already integrated. They're already working together. We're able to take on larger projects together and work smarter than we are alone, so let's create a joint venture.” So Emerald is a joint venture between Ember and Herald PR. And you get to work with your friends. ROB: And hopefully you get to go back down to that villa every now and again. MATTHEW: Yes, we do, actually. [laughs] ROB: [laughs] That's good, to revisit the origin a little bit in that way, for sure. MATTHEW: Yeah. That's one of the benefits of working a little bit in the luxury space. You get to look at some of these beautiful places. ROB: As we follow the narrative of Emerald Digital, that's a good starting point. What have been some key inflection points, some times in the business where the difficulty level ramped up a little bit? MATTHEW: Well, an obvious one I think would be last year. I think everyone was under similar stress. We had to shut down both of our offices, but at the same time, we were growing at a tremendous pace. We were hiring, hiring, hiring. I think our team tripled or something last year. We were trying to identify people, work with them, merge them into our team, and inculcate them on the business without being in the same physical space. So I would say that was particularly challenging. That very much led us to hyper-focusing on the documentation of our processes and making sure that we had the right communication tools in place to try to break down these physical barriers that we have now, because we have people all over the country now. While our team was mainly focused in New Orleans and New York, during the last year we've had people want to move out of Manhattan; we've had people trying to move a little closer to the middle of the country, whether that's the Midwest, Michigan, and we've had a certain amount of team members moving to Florida. So how do we collaborate? How do we communicate? How are we working efficiently in this environment where we're all separated? That was a pretty major challenge. But it really led us to hyper-focusing on what these processes were and then implementing a toolset that was able to mold our workflow so that we weren't looking at “This thing is on Dropbox and this thing is on Drive and this guy communicates on Zoom and this person communicates on Slack.” It was looking at all of the different things we were doing across two offices, and now we're trying to operationalize this entire business. ROB: That's a really interesting thread to pull on. What are some of those key tools, practices? What makes distributed work for Emerald? MATTHEW: The first thing was we had to write all of these SOPs. First it was, what are the different stages in the work that we have to do, whether it's account service, biz dev, sales, the content creation process – everything from the brainstorm to the client revision to the scheduling to the ad buying? It was mapping out each of these different things we do. I think one of the first things was we wrote this book. I think we had 91 individual SOPs. And it didn't at that point cover everything. So it was like, all right, we have all of these SOPs. No one's going to read 91 separate things, so we need to put them in a single place that everyone can see at all times, and we have to add video. We added GIFs. We unified all of the documents. We had that all in a drive. But then in the last few months, we moved over to a program called ClickUp. It's been fantastic. We're very happy to have moved over because we can aggregate all of our docs. We implemented all of our different processes into the actual software, so we were able to automate a lot of different things. We were able to streamline a lot of our reporting as well and a lot of our client communication. If there was a particular deliverable we had, we were able to have that automatically pull up. So if we have a social client that needs XYZ, when that job is created, it will pull in the SOPs that we have made and automatically pull in some of our primary documentation so that the employee doesn't need to go looking for it or even realize they have to pull that up. It'll just have it right there. ROB: Sure, and then nobody has to ask where something is, right? They can go look for it, actually, which is helpful. MATTHEW: Yes. Not only be able to look for it, but to remind them that it's there. I think that first month when everyone was working from home, it was, “Where is this thing? Where is that thing? Which folder?” It was a big organizational task. Not only to have it where it's all in a place that the person can find, but it's to create automated reminders and touchpoints on our end so that we don't even have to find it. It's right there. “Hey, by the way, since you're making a social media post, here's a few things that might help you out. Here's previous creative. Here's file assets. Here's a step-by-step on how to do this. Here's a video. And if you need help, here's a simple form that you can fill out right there, and that form will automatically be sent to your superior, our management team, or even our leadership.” ROB: Has it been difficult for everyone to make that transition? It seems like that's a cultural shift, and with that comes the privilege of being able to be distributed, of being able to move to Florida whenever you want. But has that been a tough transition across the team in some cases? MATTHEW: I want to point out that I'm so happy with the way our team has adapted. Everyone has done a tremendous job, to the point where I think in many cases we're more efficient now than we even were before. But I think on a personal level, for many people, with that shift in not going to the office and being in the same house with all of your kids who can't go to school for months at a time, or for even the new hires, there's certainly difficulty there. Or we have employees who have older parents. So there's certainly difficulties. But I think on a professional level, our team has adapted to it tremendously. ROB: That's good news. It's a tricky transition. Now, as you're spread apart, how are you thinking about in person? Is there a cadence of getting together, or is it off the table for now? MATTHEW: That's a great question. With your previous question, you asked what some of the challenges are, and I think one of the biggest ones, especially for me and our creative team, is there are these great ideas that happen off the cuff around the water cooler, and you can sit around a whiteboard in the same physical space and be like, “Wouldn't it be cool if we did XYZ?” There is absolutely something to being in the same physical space. I don't want to discount that. Where I believe we will be moving to as things open up is a more flex time model, where you can come into the office two or three times a week and then you can work from home the rest of the time. If you're not in a location where one of the offices is, then obviously you cannot come in. But wherever possible, I think we're going to identify physical opportunities for everyone to get together, whether that's once a quarter or – we're not sure exactly what that frequency is. But we have several different cadences now for our team to brainstorm, to basically connect. We have an all hands meeting every Monday, every Friday, and then each of our separate teams meets every single morning. “What are we doing today? What are our goals? How did yesterday go?” Those are our primary touchpoints. Most of us are in communication with each other throughout the day anyway, but it's still good to get everyone on those face-to-faces. On a digital face-to-face, I should say. ROB: [laughs] Absolutely. Matthew, as you think back on the journey so far, what are maybe some lessons you have learned that you would tell yourself to do a little bit differently if you were starting from scratch? MATTHEW: I think to document these processes is something I would've done much, much sooner. It would've helped us scale a lot faster, and I think a lot more efficiently. So certainly that. And it would have allowed us to train and hire people in a much easier manner, and I think for us to even identify what some of our own roadblocks were and to have a better understanding of what repeatable processes we have and where we can identify pain points and how we can grow those. And certainly another one for myself – for many years, I wanted to see every creative and had to approve it. It was almost like all roads went through me. That's a tough thing to let go of, but as a business owner, you have to. You have to trust the people that you're hiring to make the decisions that you hired them to do, and only to come to you when they need you, or for you to bring them that strategic vision or directive. But give them enough room to do their job properly. So I would say, “Chill out, Matt. Let go.” [laughs] Bring on the smartest people that you possibly can. That's a really major part. You as the business owner want to be the dumbest person in the entire room. Your job is to hire the smartest people for the best job that you can find, and hire them no matter what it takes so that you can trust them to do what they do well. ROB: How do you time that transition? Because clearly, you start the thing from zero and you're going to be working in the business, necessarily. Very few people – I know one guy that bought five agencies and he just starts being in charge. But for most of us, you're starting with a special talent. You're starting with that skill that you have being the reason that people come to you, and then you start having people fill in some of your weaknesses, and then people who also have your strengths. How do you think about when to start turning the corner on getting yourself out of every piece of creative? How do you time that? MATTHEW: That's a great question. Certainly bringing in smart people and then making sure they know exactly the job they're supposed to do, and then giving them – maybe working with them for the first month or two, where you are a little more hands-on, and just ensure that your processes work. Just oversee. Say, “I built all these processes out. I have trained you. Here's enough room for you to do it yourself.” And you set, “Every Thursday I'm going to dedicate three hours to ensuring that this foundation that we've made is actually working.” You start with different topics. Maybe I'm going to let go of all of the creative when it comes to social posts and video production, but I'm still going to hold on to this web dev side. For now, I want to be able to test everything and I want to be able to overlook the code. I just want to make sure everything's working properly. I think one by one, start making sure that each of those teams has that process down. I would start thinking about what unique assets you have. Are you the best at social? Are you the best web guy? Are you the best for overall strategy? Did you create a web firm because you're a killer coder? Start thinking about the things that you can offload that maybe don't fall into your expertise as much as the others. ROB: That makes perfect sense. As we look at the future of Emerald and of the work that you do for clients, what's coming up? What's the future look like? What's exciting there? What should we be looking out for? MATTHEW: Awesome. If we talk general industry – and I kind of mentioned this before, but it felt like for many years we had to pitch about why you should be in the digital space at all. That conversation, especially in the last two years, has really shifted to “You know that you have to be here. Now we can do some really interesting things.” Our clients are much more on board with this concept of telling a never-ending story, having an ongoing narrative that can be broken up into digestible pieces across multiple platforms, multiple touchpoints. I think that's very exciting as a storyteller. We can create video, we can create audio, we can do all these interesting things. I think that's really fun. That brings us to what's on the horizon. We're not going to be using the same platforms forever, and they change all of the time. More and more, we're seeing movement in the AR, VR, and AI space. I think it's really exciting. There's this fantastic firm up in New York that we are friends with, and some of the stuff they create is this marriage of a digital space with a real-world space. I think as a storyteller, that opens up so many different avenues for us, because now all of your content and all of your communication doesn't have to be flat. It can be 3D. It can be all-encompassing. You can build things that can sit on someone's table and look like they actually exist. So I'm very excited for that AR/VR space, and then on the AI side, it's certainly helping us to more intelligently gather and parse out what our data means, but also to create content faster. ROB: Lots going on there. It would probably be a whole interesting other conversation to get into the level and approach and who's appropriate to get into AR/VR. But I think with the right creative people, a lot is certainly possible. MATTHEW: Yeah. I definitely think we're still a few years out, and it's probably a matter of one of these big tech firms releasing the Apple Glasses or a contact lens. I think the general user hasn't adopted these yet. We're very much still in the first mover advantage. It's not quite there. But part of our role as a business owner here is to set the business up for success 10 years from now. We don't want to be the best Facebook ads guys in 10 years. We want to be the guys that are doing the next thing great as well. ROB: Excellent. Matthew, when people want to track you down, and Emerald Digital, how should they connect with you? MATTHEW: Check us out at https://emerald.digital. ROB: Awesome. We get these hot new domains. I kind of want to get a .digital myself, but maybe just to track my billboard ads. I don't know. We'll get there. [laughs] MATTHEW: Yes, done. [laughs] ROB: Thank you so much, Matthew. Thank you for coming on, for sharing. Best wishes to you and the whole Emerald team. MATTHEW: Thank you so much. ROB: And all the good stuff going on in New York and New Orleans and beyond, right? MATTHEW: And beyond. ROB: Excellent. Have a wonderful day, a wonderful week, and thank you so much, Matthew. MATTHEW: Thank you, Rob, for absolutely everything. Cheers. ROB: Cheers. Bye. Thank you for listening. The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast is presented by Converge. 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Do you remember what it was like when you first started keeping bees? Beekeeping was easier years ago, and most of us wanted more bees, more hives, more skills, more of everything beekeeping. But there's a next chapter. Beekeepers today are better educated because there's more to do now. So, it's not wrong to want to take a day, a week, a whole season off. And there will be good times and bad times. And yes, some won't come back. Sometimes, learning something new will keep you going. Learn queen rearing, or pollen collection, or…. something you haven't done before to get you going again. But it's OK to do something else for a while. Beekeeping will come back, or it won't. And no matter what, it is alright! __________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
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On the show today… Channel 7 have unveiled their lineup of shows for 2022 and there were a few surprises in the mix. With a few iconic reality TV shows coming back from the dead and a new role for a prominent Aussie name, there are a few big changes in the works that we need to discuss. Plus, the very first trailer for the new Scream movie, the fifth in the iconic slasher franchise, was released today and it will send chills up your spine. The main cast from the original 1996 film are all reprising their roles, and the story behind Neve Campbell's return to the spotlight needs to be told. And everyone's favourite source of sexy nightmare fuel, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly have given a new joint interview to GQ about their relationship, and look, there's a lot of weird shit going on here. We break down the wildest moments from the story that everyone is talking about and explain that behind those OTT quotes, there's a more intricate PR plan at play. LINKS "True romance: Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are Hollywood's hottest new power couple" - GQ The Undone podcast To check out some delicious Baileys recipes or to buy yourself a bottle click here! CREDITS Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Lucy Neville Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou Audio Producer: Leah Porges WANT MORE? Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture... https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Follow us on Instagram @mamamiaentertainment https://www.instagram.com/mamamiaentertainment/ Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter... https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter Join our Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/mamamiaentertainment/ GET IN TOUCH Call us on the pod phone 02 8999 9386. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Want to hear more Mamamia podcasts? You'll find them here... https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the Sensei's corner, we welcome Adam Heimlich who is the CEO and Co-Founder of Chalice Custom Algorithms. Adam has been in the Marketing and Ad tech industry for 10 years and has worked with many companies such as Horizon and The Trade Desk. Adam begins this week's conversation by talking about what we should know about custom bidding and why it's so important for agencies to consider. We talk about determining target levers for ad auctions which help in tracking and measuring data results that can be used to optimize the bid model. We move into talks of the impeding cookie deprecation and if it will have any effect on the custom-bidding and first party data that Chalice uses.We wrapped this week's conversation with the agency trading desk and discuss with the movement towards programmatic in-house, are agency trading desks becoming more or less popular? Connect with: Adam Heimlich : LinkedIn Chalice : LinkedIn | Website Programmatic Digest: Shownotes | YouTube | LinkedIn | Instagram Helene Parker: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Programmatic Meetup Timestamp: 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:48 - Guest Introduction 08:32 - The Programmatic Meetup 10:40 - Why Custom Bidding Is So Important? 16:09 - What's Included in the Algorithm 22:26 - Algorithm Execution 24:26 - Cookie Deprecation 28:58 - Agency Trading Desk 37:38 - Last Remarks 44:06 - Podcast Outro
Borízű hang különkiadás, VENDÉGGEL! A vendég Reketye Zoltán, saját magától, a Reketye sörfőzdétől. 15 évesen már rockklubja volt, volt drum'n'bass-dj, sommelier-növendék, vendéglátós. Aztán sörfőző lett, és küzd az ádáz strainekkel. Winkler Róbert és Uj Péter faggatja a feltűnően józan főzdetulajdonost. 00.00: Párszor már bekormoltunk Zoltánnal... 01.40: Mikor határozta el, hogy művész lesz? Jónás Kézműves Sörház, éledező kraftscene. 03.30: Megnyitottuk a Jailhouse-t, dj. Sommelier-tanfolyam. 10.00: És 2013-ban megnyílt az Élesztő. 13.00: Mennyibe kerül helyet nyitni multik nélkül? 20.40: Ott ült a Winkli a Totalcarban, és mennyit röhögött rajtam, és tette a megjegyzéseket, most meg kikóstolja a hidegkomlót… 26.00: Kóstoljunk sokat! 36.00: A magyar jövedéki törvény mellett nem volt egyszerű. 40.00: Alien a sörfőzdében a tartály mikrorepedéseiben. 52.00: Miért ilyen drága a kraftsör, amikor bezzeg a finn kraftsör… 67.00: Egy liter Dreherben 20-22 forint maga a lé. 75.00: Szavannai mindenevők és a világ legjobb piája.
https://tvotshow.com/televisionation - ITVT/TVOT is pleased to present a new episode of “Televisionation,” our video/audio podcast exploring the advanced/interactive-TV industry.This episode features Linda Abrams, Head of Business Development for North America at video-streaming infrastructure company, 24i. Among other things, she provides an overview of the company's end-to-end technology offerings for pay-TV operators, OTT content providers and other industry players (customers include Game Show Network, BroadwayHD, Flow Sports and others), highlighting features that enable subscription flow, personalization, multiplatform support, social integration and more.
There are, in most places, a mix of native and invasive plants that our bees will visit because they don't distinguish good from bad, noxious from native. They are looking for food, regardless of the source. This week Kim and Jim touch on a few of these, and try and come up with some recommendations and perhaps some plans on dealing with invasive plants and your honey bees. They start with the Chinese Tallow lawsuit going on in the south, with USDA wanting rid of it by introducing a natural pest. And purple loosestrife is now starting to diminish because they already have introduced a natural pest for that handsome weed and very predictable honey crop. But Black Locust, Norway Maple, Japanese Knotweed, Kudzu vine, English Ivy and Autumn Olive are looked at too. There are pages of introduced species of plants, many of which are terrific honey plants. The message is….if you and your bees are dependent on introduced or noxious weeds as food sources and a honey crop, you may want to be aware, because those plants might not be there for long. __________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Joe and special guest co-host Aliyah Funschelle are joined by La Vida Baseball's accomplished TV Host/Sports and Entertainment Broadcaster Julie Alexandria to discuss women in sports media as well as the passion of Latino baseball's past, present, and future during National Hispanic Heritage Month. Before her career as a sports journalist and sideline reporter, Julie performed in numerous stage productions on Broadway. She then honed her skills as a Voice Over Artist, with over 100 National Network TV/Radio commercials, books on tape, video games, and animation under her belt. She has since gone back to sports to be a sideline reporter and host for networks such as Fox, MLB Productions, MASN, Fox Sports San Diego, and CBS. She has worked exclusively for MLB teams including the Washington Nationals, San Diego Padres, and the New York Mets. In addition, she has covered and hosted numerous College Football Seasons, the US Open, and Esports events for Major League Gaming. A native of NYC, she now resides in San Diego as the west coast correspondent for La Vida Baseball and host of the soon-to-be-launched "All Star Charts"; a financial news and content OTT network. || @JulieAlexandria @AliyahFun || The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. Our presenters are Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Tom Cerny (@Tom_Cerny19), Taylor DeBernardo '21 (@TDeBernardo33), and Ben Walsh '21, with Cameron Morris '21 (@CameronM0rr1s) managing social media efforts.
In the Sensei's corner, we welcome Anu Adegbola who is the founder and host of the PPCChat Round-Up podcast. Anu has worked in our industry for over 12 years and more specifically has worked in data analysis and paid search. This week, we discuss our point of view with Google's latest updates, specifically in Google Ads and Paid Search. Note that this was recorded a couple of weeks ago, prior to Google's update on moving from Last Click to Data-Driven modeling. We go in-depth on how Google has been pushing for more internal automation leading to a lack of transparency. We also touch on data privacy and the differences in how it's regulated in the US versus other countries such as the UK, where Anu resides. Anu's energy and insights are sharp and informative and we know you will enjoy this episode. Connect with: Anu Adegbola: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Programmatic Digest: Shownotes | YouTube | LinkedIn | Instagram Helene Parker: Website | LinkedIn | Twitter | Programmatic Meetup Timestamp: 00:00 - Podcast Sneak Peak 00:34 - Podcast Introduction 01:43 - Google's Latest Update 02:41 - Guest Introduction 08:34 - The Programmatic Meetup 10:40 - Automation & Data Purchasing 13:04 - Google Broad Match 17: 07 - Google's move towards Internal Automation 20:32 - Automation without Transparency 27:07 - Data Privacy 33:59 How Third-Party Cookies affect SEM 37:38 - Moving away from Optimizing Last Click 39:36 - Last Remarks 41:53 - Podcast Outro
147: OTT: 3 Secret Tactics for Breathing New Life into Science in OctoberSo it is that time of year again! Fall has officially begun. Even if that means you just have fall decorations in your house in Florida as I do. Yesterday, I even had a touch of winter come through the house. Actually, Kobe tore apart one of his toys and made the stuffing look like a layer of snow had covered the floor of my living room!I love to incorporate holidays and seasons into my lessons. I think this makes learning more meaningful and relevant for students.So, today we will talk about 3 secret tactics for breathing new life into science in October.3 Secret Tactics for Breathing New Life Into Science in OctoberSecret Tactic Number OneIncorporate Halloween or Fall Into Your Science TopicsThis first tactic is one of my favorite things to do. You look at your standards according to your pacing guide. (And if you are on my email list, you got my STEM unit pacing guide for several weeks in a row. So I hope you were able to grab that.) So if you are following that you may see that at this time of year we are focusing on Matter.Secret Tactic Number TwoAdd Hands-On Activities with MakerspaceI actually spoke all about this on the podcast in episode 96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary Classroom, which I will link to in the show notes.Makerspace and Halloween can go hand in hand with just the right literature to set the stage. Finding books that engage students and encourages students to think can be half the battle. The creation of solutions is the fun part!We want students to ask questions about the problem and about possible solutions, and we want students to use this inquiry-based learning to better understand how they can create a model of a solution. Another option is to take an already existing solution and revise and refine it.Working through engineering standards and literature standards helps teachers justify Makerspace for admins who are wondering if standards-based learning is occurring. This seriously drives me crazy. But if they need evidence we can give it to them!I talk through several really fun stories. You can hear more on episode 96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary Classroom.Finally, let's look at secret tactic #3.Secret Tactic Number ThreeIntroduce Fun Literature to Hook StudentsThis is another one of my favorites. I love to find Halloween books that can be used to hook students. I talk about several fun titles in Episode 96. So I won't get too involved here. You can find that anywhere you are listening to podcasts.I will also talk more about Halloween books to use in your classroom next week on the podcast. So stay tuned.I hope that gives you a jumping off point. Be sure to take a listen to episode 96 for full details on Halloween and Makerspace.Speaking of Makerspace my free Makerspace Masterclass Replay is available for viewingLinks Mentioned in the Show:96: Halloween and Makerspace in Elementary ClassroomFree Makerspace Masterclass Replay: Every Classroom Needs a Makerspace
If you have to feed your bees this fall, something probably went wrong this summer. Spring feeding, or feeding packages or splits is maybe more common, but there are some things to think about if you have to feed your bees in the fall. Is what went wrong the fault of your bees, your management, or the environment your bees have to live in. Too many row crops, pesticides, too much lawn…is there really any food out there at all? How much food does a colony actually need to get through the winter? You also have to think about what kind of feeders will you use, what will you feed, how much should you feed, and when do you stop feeding. All of these questions have to have answers, before you start. Fall feeding may not be as simple as you thought it was. __________________ We welcome Betterbee as sponsor of today's episode. BetterBee's mission is to support every beekeeper with excellent customer service, continued education and quality equipment. From their colorful and informative catalog to their support of beekeeper educational activities, including this podcast series, BetterBee truly is Beekeepers Serving Beekeepers. See for yourself at www.betterbee.com ______________________ Honey Bee Obscura is brought to you by Growing Planet Media, LLC, the home of Beekeeping Today Podcast. Music: Heart & Soul by Gyom, Walking in Paris by Studio Le Bus, original guitar music by Jeffrey Ott Copyright © 2021 by Growing Planet Media, LLC
Kevin Hillman is obsessed with redefining the sleep market. He has won multiple awards and was recently named a 40 under 40 award winner by the Business Observer. Hillman served as the president of Powr, a OTT platform, before launching Restlix. “My best advice would be if you have a vision, it is up to you to make it a reality. Create a plan to begin, execute it. Some things won't go your way but stay the course and most importantly never get distracted or discouraged. I think you will have success if you can persevere”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-lRF