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ESPN FC
Futbol Americas: Summer Transfer Window Recap

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 63:20


On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez react to the Leagues Cup Showcase. Is the sellout crowd at SoFi Stadium something, nothing or everything? Next, who has had the best summer transfer window, USMNT or Mexico National Team players? Then Super League president Amanda Vandervort joins the show to discuss the inaugural USL W League season and the upcoming USL Super League. Next, VfB Stuttgart head coach has a one-on-one sit down Sebi to preview the Bundesliga season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast
Episode 206 - McCarthy Stands Tall Though America Bests LAFC on PK's

Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 58:49


Set at the beautiful Sofi Stadium, LAFC and Club America put on a spectacular exhibition in front of almost 72,000. Scoreless after regulation, and despite the standout performance from John McCarthy, America takes the win on penalties. The 3252 was electric, providing all the fireworks our boys needed, as Captain Eddie Segura led the way. 

Corner Of The Galaxy
Galaxy Beat Chivas, Sign Puig, Ship Raveloson, and get ready for SKC

Corner Of The Galaxy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 82:46


- 2022 COG T-SHIRTS! BUY NOW! http://www.cornerofthegalaxy.com/SHOP - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- It's been a busy day. The Transfer Window is officially closing. But the LA Galaxy have done some excellent business this window. With no DP slots and while somewhat restricted on TAM, the Galaxy were able to land Gaston Brugman and their just announced signing, 22-year-old Riqui Puig. And then they sent Rayan Raveloson to Ligue 1 for a sizeable transfer fee. It's a coup of sorts for an under-fire front office. And it comes on the heels of a solid performance at the first-ever soccer game played at SoFi Stadium. It was a night where the future of the Galaxy was on full display. Hosts Josh Guesman and Sophie Nicolaou will update you on Galaxy news and talk about how all these pieces fall together for the season's home stretch. The first item on the itinerary has Josh and Sophie talk about the Galaxy's confidence after beating Chivas at SoFi Stadium. What did the stadium have to offer, and why was Greg Vanney beaming afterward? And what details can we share about the transfers of Puig and Raveloson? What grade does the front office get for the moves they've made? Finally, what can we expect from a game in Kansas City? Is this another place that, historically, the Galaxy don't win? Is this a "Can't Lose" game with just 12 of them remaining? We've got a great show for you tonight as the transfer window shuts and the season comes into stark focus.

MLS Today (Official Podcast)
Deadline Day and All-Star Appetizer with Dayne St. Clair | MLS Today

MLS Today (Official Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 51:10 Very Popular


David Gass and Susannah Collins look back at a historic night of soccer at SoFi Stadium with Leagues Cup Showcase and go through all the transfer news of the last 24 hours. Plus, and in-depth chat with All-Star, CANMNT, and Minnesota goalkeeper Dayne St. Clair.

Mason & Ireland
08-04 HR 3: The Ayahuasca Line is Open!

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 64:27


Mase is on the hook for losing weight after promising to be below 200 pounds before Rams vs. Bills at Sofi Stadium. The guys have proposed a way to counter his losses if he paints his face for the game! Aaron Rogers came out and admitted that taking ayahuasca has enabled him to "love himself." The duo fields calls from listeners who have experienced the hallucinogen. Plus, John says that he has a proposal for Mase that might change his life! And Momo joins us for another edition of GAME OF GAMES! Super Crosstalk with Momo and D'Marco Farr! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bucknuts Morning 5
The road to L.A. begins tomorrow | How does '22 roster stack up with some of the best at OSU?

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 31:11 Very Popular


Many are predicting a national championship season for Ohio State, or at least a season where the Buckeyes will be one of the few teams in the hunt. This season's national championship game will be held at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and the road to the title game begins on Thursday for the Buckeyes as they kick off preseason camp. * How does the 2022 roster stack up against some of the really good rosters we have seen at OSU over the last decade or so? We do an extremely deep dive into that subject. * What will be the two-deep on the offensive line? * What will be Cody Simon's role? * Switching to recruiting, what is the latest with 4-star 2023 linebacker Arvell Reese? Will the Buckeyes go back to their old Glenville pipeline to fill an important need in their class? Does Reese definitely want to be a Buckeye? * Will some of the recent misses in defensive recruiting open the door for OSU to flip recruits from other programs late in this cycle? Or help the Buckeyes land defensive players in the portal following the 2022 season? All of that and much more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish as Dave Biddle flies solo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MLS Today (Official Podcast)
A Historic Night of Soccer at SoFi Stadium & Gaga Slonina's Transfer to Chelsea | MLS Today

MLS Today (Official Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:32 Very Popular


Tonight: a historic night of soccer at SoFi Stadium with the Leagues Cup Showcase double header. First, LA takes on Chivas at 8:30PM ET, followed by LAFC vs. Club América at 11:15PM ET. Both matches are on ESPN and Univision, and David Gass is joined by Michele Giannone on the ground ahead of the matches. Plus, Gaga Slonina's transfer to Chelsea FC and what this means for Chicago.

Liquor License
LL 367 "Capital B for Burdenless"

Liquor License

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 59:15


Brandon got some burdens off his shoulders. Birthday golf round-up, complete with ooooh review and shout-outs. Credere needs to play less zooted, but does enjoy Wunder thc-infused beverages. Buffalo vs LA in Brandon's life. The LA Summer Music Venue 2022 Tour or LASMV22T continues with Sofi Stadium. Brandon's bizarre reaction to tall ceilings. Bon+Viv, Old Dominion basketball team, and The Undertaker were all at the Kenny Chesney concert. Wrestling makes everything better (trademarked). Congrats to Lagunitas 2022 Emerald Cup winner. The Jimmy V speech and Dick Vitale. Bimbo Coles and Mint Chocolate Chance are discussed. Thanks for listening and make sure to leave us a rating and tell a friend.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Kevin Bacon - Hour 3 (7-22-2022)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 56:24


Rich updates the latest in the story gripping the NFL world this week: what's going on with those giant ketchup bottles removed from the formerly-named Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.   In his ‘What's More Likely' segment Rich weighs in on Jimmy Garoppolo, Lamar Jackson, Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Kyler Murray, Gronk's return, Russell Wilson, Trey Lance, Nick Chubb and Najee Harris.  Actor Kevin Bacon joins Rich in-studio to discuss the new season of his Showtime series ‘City on a Hill,' debates which athletes are the best actors and if pro wrestlers are actually athletes, and dishes the behind-the-scenes dirt on ‘Footloose,' ‘Animal House,' ‘A Few Good Men, and ‘Apollo 13' in a round of Celebrity True or False. Rich and the guys react to the Rams unveiling their Super Bowl rings designed to look like SoFi Stadium and looking to be about half the size of the massive venue. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Compas on the Beat: The adventures of two sports reporters
Ryan Garcia sits down with the Compas: I want Gervonta Davis next

Compas on the Beat: The adventures of two sports reporters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 73:02


Boxing star Ryan Garcia tells the Compas he wants to fight Gervonta Davis next at SoFi Stadium or in Las Vegas. Garcia also breaks down his fight against Javier Fortuna on Saturday and what happened with Canelo Alvarez.TIMESTAMPSWhat's up, bro: Meet Vic, the producer (5:15)Interview with boxing star Ryan Garcia (14:52)Combat Compas: WWE Money in the Bank recap (36:53)Ask the Compas: Justin Herbert ranked No. 7 QB??? (49:04)Una Mas: Build a receiving corps (1:13:02)FOLLOW THE COMPAS ON SOCIAL Instagram: @compasonthebeatTwitter: @gmanzano24Twitter: @realframirezTwitter: @CompasOTB

Jamie All Over
Meet My Mentor, David Meltzer

Jamie All Over

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 45:48


Jamie is joined by friend and business mentor, David Meltzer. She sits down with him in his studio at Sofi Stadium and his team surprises her with a trip down to the field! David is an entreprenuer, keynote speaker, humanitarian, host of The Playbook podcast, tv producer, and founder of Sports 1 Marketing. He was also CEO of renowned sports agency, Leigh Steinberg, which was the inspiration for the movie, Jerry McGuire. Topics include: 5 levels of intention for sucessful manifestation His mission to impact over 1 billion people's lives Creating free content Help for anyone who is dissatisfied with their career, waking up anxious, and/or are afraid to change How to experience happiness and growth by getting out of your comfort zone and into a learning zone Dealing with anxiety Losing over $100,000,000 in 2008 and why it was one of the best days of his life Advice for Jamie about her decision to prioritize happiness over a steady paycheck Faith that failures, set backs, and mistakes are there to protect and promote you Listener question about comparision to others David's mentors, and what podcasts/books inspire him Follow our guest: @davidmeltzer www.dmeltzer.com Follow us: @jamielynne24 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 1 (07/06)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 40:00


Alex Stone comes on the show to give an update on the aftermath of the shooting on July 4th in Highland Park, Illinois. What should be done to the parents of these mass shooters? LA County Metro is introducing a pilot program to place ambassadors on the trains and buses because they don't want law enforcement on the trains and buses. A body was found in the lake at SoFi Stadium.

Corner Of The Galaxy
Apple, MLS ink worldwide TV deal, the World Cup in LA, and the LA Galaxy get Portland

Corner Of The Galaxy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 82:34


- 2022 COG T-SHIRTS! BUY NOW! http://www.cornerofthegalaxy.com/SHOP - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- Los Angeles will be home to the World Cup in 2026. So you should probably start saving your money now! On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira discuss the LA Galaxy and all the worldwide news Major League Soccer is making. Quite honestly, this show isn't short! Josh and Eric will start by discussing Los Angeles and SoFi Stadium winning the right to host some World Cup games in 2026 with a small surprise that it's now less than four years away. In fact, the World Cup would be upon us already if it wasn't going to be held this winter. The guys also want to talk about some strange marketing that the Galaxy are doing while welcoming country superstar Carrie Underwood to the sho... Will the Galaxy use that Carry Underwood money for a CAM? Let's discuss. But the bulk of the show will be spent breaking down the league-shifting TV deal that will see Apple get more than 900 MLS games that you'll be able to subscribe to with no blackouts no matter where you are in the world. Does this mean death to the mythical casual fan? Is this a smart move for a league that will be at 30 teams ten years down the road? And what does a minimum guaranteed contract mean? Then, Josh and Eric will update you on things Greg Vanney said at training and why that means the Galaxy are making a midfield addition this summer. Finally, the guys will get you ready for a game the Galaxy should win. LA hosts the Portland Timbers on Saturday, and if the Galaxy want to be that comfortable playoff team they should be, they win this game relatively easily. And that should make you nervous. Join us for almost 90 minutes of Galaxy-talk. We're delighted that you're joining us!

Daily News Brief by TRT World

*) EU to give fast-tracked opinion on Ukraine membership bid The European Commission meets on Friday to give its fast-tracked opinion on Ukraine's EU bid, a step closer to membership for the country battling Russia's forces. The meeting comes a day after French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian premier Mario Draghi and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis visited Kiev. They met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who later promised that Ukraine was ready to put in the work to become an EU member. *) Israeli forces kill three Palestinians, injure eight others in raid At least three Palestinians have been killed in an Israeli raid in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank. Eight others were injured in the raid, the Palestinian Health Ministry said in a statement. Eyewitnesses said Israel's forces opened fire on a vehicle with four Palestinians. After the incident, Israeli soldiers targeted protesting Palestinians with live ammunition and tear gas grenades. *) Covid vaccines, food, fisheries figure in WTO's deals package The World Trade Organisation has concluded hard-won deals on fishing subsidies, food insecurity and Covid-19 vaccines in a landmark bundle of agreements. WTO director-general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said the trade ministers' conference had struck an "unprecedented package of deliverables" which would "make a difference". The conference also agreed on deals on e-commerce, responding to pandemics and reforming the organisation itself. *) Two dead, one wounded in another US shooting A shooting at a church during a potluck dinner has left two people dead and one wounded in the US state of Alabama. The incident took place at St Stephen's Episcopal Church in the town of Vestavia Hills and a suspect was taken in custody, the town's police department said. The US is in the midst of a gruesome chapter of its gun violence epidemic. On May 24, a shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, killed 19 children and two teachers. And finally… *) Azteca Stadium, Los Angeles among 2026 World Cup venues Mexico City's iconic Azteca Stadium and the Los Angeles Rams' multi-billion-dollar SoFi Stadium are among 16 venues to stage games at the 2026 World Cup. The tournament will be held in the United States, Canada and Mexico. It will be the first ever World Cup shared between three nations and also the first to feature 48 teams. At a televised announcement in New York, officials confirmed 11 US cities as host venues, along with three venues in Mexico and two in Canada.

The LA Report
Sheriff's deputies detained and cited black teens at a disproportionate rate, confirms L.A. County Inspector General. Plus: CHP shooter charged, World Cup 2026, and more – The P.M. Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 5:34


What's happening today: L.A. County inspector general confirms that Sheriff's deputies detained and cited black teens at a disproportionate rate; County prosecutors charge Venice man with attempted murder after shooting CHP officer; How fear and panic from attacks affects the public and the police; How Laguna Woods shooting affected second generation Taiwanese Americans; SoFi Stadium to host World Cup matches in 2026. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.   Support the show: https://laist.com

Adventures In Venueland
Samantha Marker

Adventures In Venueland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 50:51


Lalaland returns as we collect another guest from the City Of Angels with Samantha Marker, Social Media Manager at SoFi Stadium, YouTube Theater, and Hollywood Park. This episode rounds out our Adventures In Venueland team, as Samantha tells us about her involvement with the podcast as well as the Event & Arena Marketing Conference. She walks us through her career so far, from red carpet hopping as a kid to working at the Greek Theatre and Staples Center, to where she is now. We talk about what makes a good social platform and when is a good time to invest in one as part of your marketing mix. Samantha talks about how to cover major events such as awards shows and great ways to build your venue's brand and personality. This episode is a wonderful mix of social media tips, fun conversation, and great perspective of growing in the industry while early in your career.Samantha Marker: Instagram | LinkedInSoFi Stadium: Facebook | Twitter | InstagramYouTube Theater: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

The Playbook
How to Approach Leadership During Challenging Times | Interview With SoFi Stadium's Senior Vice President of Revenue, Greg Kish

The Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 17:18


On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Greg Kish, Senior Vice President of Revenue at SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park, shares his thoughts on: [2:35] - How his leadership approach has evolved over time [5:51] - Why he doesn't believe in saying "No" in business [11:19] - The single most valuable question for leaders to ask when faced with a challenging situation  [14:47] - What the future holds for SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer  Email Me! david@dmeltzer.com Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Against The Sales Odds
The Right Recipe For An Effective Sales Leadership With Greg Kish

Against The Sales Odds

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 44:31


What constitutes effective sales leadership? Lance Tyson's guest is Greg Kish, Head of Revenue at SOFI Stadium. In this interview, Greg shares several insights with us that have propelled him to the top of his game. He discusses his view on the job interview, the importance of preparation in sales, and the impact of mentorship throughout your career to create a wellspring of confidence. If you listen closely, you'll even hear sales advice that Bruce Wayne's mentor shared with him in the movie Batman Begins, "Always mind your surroundings." Give this episode a listen. You won't go wrong.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://www.lancetyson.com/podcast

2Legs: A Paul McCartney Podcast
Episode 167: Tom & Rick's GOT BACK Experience at SoFi Stadium!

2Legs: A Paul McCartney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 71:15 Very Popular


Our very own Tom Hunyady attended the SoFi Show of the GOT BACK tour in Inglewood California on May 13th 2022! Hear how it all came together out of the blue!

Sports Dummies
2022 NFL Schedule reactions | Raiders vs Chargers week 1 | Landry to Saints

Sports Dummies

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 58:29


The Sports Dummies, Tony and Joe are back with another episode. Today, they break down some of their likes and dislikes of the NFL Schedule. the Raiders and Chargers play week 1 at Sofi Stadium. Former Miami Dolphins & Cleveland Brown wide out Jarvis Landry signed with the Saints. How much of an impact will that move make? also more News and notes from around the NFL.

Booker & Stryker Podcast
Paul McCartney Talks Billie Eilish, The Killers, Modern Music And More

Booker & Stryker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 8:56


Sir Paul McCartney surprise Booker and Stryker with a phone call, he speaks about his concert going down tonight at SoFi Stadium. Past concerts that were memorable to him that he first played in LA like the Hollywood Bowl. He says he loves hearing the Beetle songs on the radio because it makes him think back to when they made the song. He enjoys Billie Eilish because she just has something about her that makes her good. He told them about how he got up and played Helter Skelter with The Killers once on NYE and had blast.

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Oakland takes 4 of 5 in Detroit-Friday Morning Sports Update

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:01


MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Oakland A's 5, Detroit Tigers 3 New York Yankees 15, Chicago WHITE Sox 7 Cubs were off A's 5, Tigers 3 – Brown hits go-ahead HR in 8th, A's take 4 of 5 from Tigers Seth Brown hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the eighth inning and the Oakland Athletics beat the Detroit Tigers 5-3. Michael Fulmer got the first two outs of the eighth, but Jed Lowrie drew a walk and Brown homered. The Tigers have lost nine of 10. Oakland came to Comerica Park this week with a nine-game losing streak, but won four times in an unusual five-game series. The Athletics' only loss came when they were the official home team in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader — a game they were originally supposed to host before the season's first series was postponed by the lockout. Miguel Cabera made it 3-all in the Detroit sixth with his 601st career double, tying Barry Bonds for 17th all-time. Yankees 15, White Sox 7 – Stanton homers twice as Yankees beat White Sox 15-7 Giancarlo Stanton homered twice and drove in six runs, and the New York Yankees used a seven-run eighth inning to beat the Chicago White Sox 15-7 for their fourth straight victory. Aaron Judge and Josh Donaldson also connected for major league-leading New York in the opener of an eight-game trip. Judge had four RBIs and Donaldson drove in three runs. Led by its relentless lineup, New York won for the 16th time in 18 games. Stanton and Co. are off to the franchise's best start since the Yankees also opened 23-8 in 2003. Tonight Baltimore (Lyles 2-2) at Detroit (Rodriguez 0-2), 7:10 p.m.                  WSJM/WCSY 6:50 N.Y. Yankees (Cole 2-0) at Chicago White Sox (Velasquez 2-2), 8:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Smyly 1-3) at Arizona (Davies 1-1), 9:40 p.m. NBA – National Basketball Association – 2022 NBA Playoffs – 2nd Round Last Night Miami Heat 99, Philadelphia 76ers 90                                (MIA Wins 4-2) Dallas Mavericks 113, Phoenix Suns 86                            (Series Tied 3-3) Tonight Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks, 7:30 p.m.                   (MIL Leads 3-2) Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors, 10:00 p.m.   (GSW Leads 3-2) NHL – National Hockey League – 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs – 1st Round Last Night Boston Bruins 5, Carolina Hurricanes 2                           (Series Tied 3-3) Tampa Bay Lightning 4, Toronto Maple Leafs 3 – OT           (Series Tied 3-3) St. Louis Blues 5, Minnesota Wild 1                                 (STL Wins 4-2) Edmonton Oilers 4, Los Angeles Kings 2                           (Series Tied 3-3) Tonight New York Rangers at Pittsburgh Penguins, 7:00 p.m.         (PIT Leads 3-2) Florida Panthers at Washington Capitals, 7:30 p.m.          (FLA Leads 3-2) Calgary Flames at Dallas Stars, 9:30 p.m.                         (CGY Leads 3-2) Saturday Boston Bruins at Carolina Hurricanes, 4:30 p.m.              (Game 7) Tampa Bay Lightning at Toronto Maple Leafs, 7:00 p.m.      (Game 7) Los Angeles Kings at Edmonton Oilers, 10:00 p.m.            (Game 7) WNBA – Women's National Basketball Association Tonight Indiana Fever at New York Liberty, 8:00 p.m. Saturday Chicago Sky at Minnesota Lynx, 8:00 p.m. NFL – Rams to host Bills to open NFL season; Broncos at Seattle To the Super Bowl winner goes the spoils of opening the entire schedule at home. So the Los Angeles Rams will host the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, Sept. 8, to begin the 2022 season. It's a juicy matchup of the team generally considered the title favorite by oddsmakers in the Bills traveling to SoFi Stadium, where the Rams won the championship over Cincinnati in February. CHICAGO BEARS 2022 SCHEDULE Sept. 11: vs. San Francisco Sept. 18: at Green Bay (SNF) Sept. 25: vs. Houston Oct. 2: at New York Giants Oct. 9: at Minnesota Oct. 13: vs. Washington (TNF) Oct.

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 5-11 WEDNESDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:49 Very Popular


Chuck opens the show by saying that some of the smartest people in college football make less than smart decisions at times. He talks LSU Tigers with Wilson Alexander of The Advocate in Baton Rouge. Sam Khan Jr. of The Athletic talks all things state of Texas college football.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chuck and Chernoff
Hour Three May 11 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
Hour Three May 11 2022

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
Hour Three May 11 2022

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:54


Los is in between a rock and a hard place now with rooting for Nakobe Dean. This Braves outfield shows you just how special the 2021 run to a world title was... Los takes great pleasure when this happens... College Football Playoff is going to be in this major West Coast city. Why? Plus, we get a Front Office Los.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Petros And Money
A Crunchy Groove Thursday (Hour 2) 4/28/22

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 35:27


Petros and Money are LIVE from the Chargers Draft Fest at SoFi Stadium. Chargers LB Chris Rumph II. Snoop Dogg performs for the crowd. Great Sports Talk

Petros And Money
A Crunchy Groove Thursday (Hour 1) 4/28/22

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 41:05


It's a party atmosphere as Petros and Matt are LIVE from SoFi Stadium for the Chargers Draft Fest. GM Tom Telesco. Great Sports Talk

Sixteen:Nine
Jonathan Labbee, SACO Technologies

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 38:23


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Montreal's SACO Technologies doesn't have anywhere near the mindshare of the largest LED display manufacturers in the pro AV industry, but it's nonetheless the supplier behind some of the biggest and most interesting display jobs lighting up these days. That is SACO's LED light stick technology cladding the world's tallest building - the Burj Khalifa in Dubai - and turning it into a colossal media display that can do everything from mood lighting and still images to motion ads for movies, like this recent spot for the new Batman blockbuster. While the other major players in big direct view LED displays work with pro AV consultants and integrators, and media owners, SACO engages with architects and building engineers to fully integrate active, addressable LED lighting into the facades of buildings and, in some cases, the overall structure of the building. For example, the home grounds of the new MLS team in Cincinnati designed active, changeable lighting into the entire stadium exterior, as opposed to bolting a big conventional display to its side. That huge low rez LED display on the top of SoFi Stadium in LA - where the Super Bowl was just held - that's SACO, too. The back-story of SACO is super-interesting and super-different. The company's roots are in supplying the blinking indicator lights you'd see in old school control rooms, like the walls in power plants. Back in the mid-90s, one of SACO's founders wondered if the colored LEDs could be put together and controlled to create a video display. A small reference design proved the concept, and within a couple of years, SACO was providing a massive version as a digital backdrop for U2's PopMart tour. That led to more concert tours, and by the mid-2000s, the company was also a major player for large format stadium and arena displays. These days, much of SACO's work is custom and specialized, and not the kind of work suited to the more mainstream, high-volume LED guys. I had a really interesting chat about SACO with Co-CEO Jonathan Labbee. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Jonathan, thank you for joining me. Can you describe what SACO as a company does and how long has the company been at it?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, absolutely. SACO was founded 1987 by the Jalbout brothers, Fred and Bassam Jalbout, and originally started off as a company that specialized in nuclear controlled room equipment. So SACO actually stands for Systems Automation Control, a very far cry from what we're doing today, but essentially if you've watched a Steven Seagal movie and you see these big control room panels on these oil rigs and all that kind of stuff, that's the type of stuff that SACO used to do. And in those panels are a lot of little tiny blinking indicator lights, and some other control equipment that SACO used to manufacture, and eventually they started experimenting with LED technology, and one of the brothers, Bassam, came up with the idea of creating a display using these solid state lights. At the time it was only red and green and eventually was working with one of the premier LED manufacturers still to this day, and when they invented the blue LED, they provided that to the team back in Montreal, and essentially created the very first video display on earth. It was a small little sample. It was maybe like a one foot by two foot sample. It was quite small, but it was able to demonstrate the capabilities of putting up an image and eventually a moving image, and this caught the eye of certain advertising companies and more importantly at the time a rock band, and we got a challenge from the band U2 to create this 50 foot by 150 foot wide video stage, a backdrop to replace Sony jumbotron that they were planning on putting on PopMart. And we took up the challenge, designed and built this thing and deployed it with success on the PopMart tour, started in Las Vegas, and then we toured with U2, essentially showing off these new capabilities.  This was in 1997.  Wow. So that first reference design that you talked about, was that 97 or a little bit before then obviously?  Jonathan Labbee: The reference design was in 93, that's when the blue LED was invented. We had, at that time, already created a red, green display as a prototype. But then eventually we did build a red, green and blue version. So an RGB version, a full color version and I think we met the band maybe like the end of 1994.  That's quite a transition from doing a control room to working with Bono.  Jonathan Labbee: It completely changed the company. At the time we called the technology, smart vision. We did a tour with success and picked up a bunch of other bands and then eventually started doing permanent installations, like the Baltimore Ravens stadium and Washington Arena and so on. And then if we fast forward a little bit, we end up in 1999 when we built the very first NASDAQ screen in Times Square.  So the sort of curved one with the knockouts for all the windows, that's you guys?  Jonathan Labbee: That's us, and that's actually a really interesting story. Already making a curve was going to be a big deal, no one had ever seen a curved video screen of that magnitude, and then we had gotten the project. It was a full display at the time, and then the client, NASDAQ came to us and told us that the main tenant in the building was no longer willing to have their windows covered. So we created his knockouts and everybody was worried about how it would look, I guess it would look odd with these holes in it. With a little bit of convincing, everybody went with it, and the very first piece of content that we put on there for testing was Pac-Man.  Which makes sense, because it would work around the hole. Jonathan Labbee: Exactly. Interesting. So you started out doing, I guess, almost like mesh LED curtains, and then the NASDAQ's display was quasi conventional LED cabinets, although albeit a little bit curved and all that, and in the past seven years, really, all these other LED companies have come on the market with their own cabinets on all that and you guys haven't really stayed in the conventional LED cabinet business. You've gone in other directions, right?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that's correct. We still have some “standard” type products. Although they're really more there to support some of the iconic projects that we're doing, and some of the more complex projects that we're doing. So for example, if we have a client that wants to do this kind of nighttime identity thing on their building, that highlights the architecture, and so on, like some of the projects like FC Cincinnati, in some cases, they may require some video screens down at the bottom on the marquee or inside and stuff like that and so we do have offerings to be able to support them with it.  So is a lot of what you do custom then?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. I would say most of what we're doing today is highly customized, not full custom, but highly customized, and there's a difference there, in the sense that our product is really the technology itself and then how we package it is the customized portion of it for the client. A lot of the reason that you get attention, I gather at least, is that unlike the vast majority of the companies who are selling “conventional LED products”, they're working with AV integrators, whereas you guys, by the looks of it, at least tend to work with architects.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that's a very good observation. So our main drive is really with architects. We have seven architects on staff here at SACO. We have mechanical engineers, of course, electronics engineers, but also structural engineers. So when we go into a project and usually the earlier, the better, because we're able to detail down to the level of the building and at the same time, we're able to influence how things get integrated, because we know how we can make things.  We're able to work with the architects to integrate the product in the building facade or wherever it's supposed to go where it looks integrated and not bolted on, and that subtle difference makes all the difference in the world. It also makes a difference in terms of the engineering, right? Because even though the individual light rods probably aren't all that heavy, if you have thousands of them, it adds weight to a building, right?  Jonathan Labbee: It does, and so if we were to come on, say after a building's already up, we would normally be adding not just a product but we'll be adding, like the bracketing and whatever else that we're doing. If we're there early enough in the early stage, maybe the extrusion for the window will be designed differently to accommodate the product.  So there's some savings in terms of weight and potential costs, but also the final look is very different.  Going back in the past decade or so, you started to see signature buildings in a landscape that would be lit at night for different purposes. They might have a certain kind of baseline set of colors that they use. But if like right now there would be buildings that are in blue and yellow because of the situation Ukraine has.  That seemed to be the way things were being done for quite some time now, but with the Burj in Dubai, that's more than just a sort of ambient lighting. It's a media facade. Was there a moment when it changed and you're able to do that or has that always been possible and it just hadn't been done?  Jonathan Labbee: We've always been able to do that. I think that the market and the clients, as they evolve and they see things and they have ideas and then we start exploring ideas with the clients, then I think that's truly when things get revealed, right?  So we may have the capability to do something, but then you also need to get the client that has a vision that allows that to happen.  Okay. So with the Burj, the world's tallest building, at least I think it still is, but with that one, you've got your product on at least one side of the building. Is it just on the one side kind of facing the mall and all that, and that goes from top to bottom, was it built in or was it added after the fact? Jonathan Labbee: So this was added after the fact, and actually what happened there is that the client had tried something, they had acquired some products, I don't know exactly where and had put it up. So they had this idea of wanting to do this. I believe it was a DMX based system. It did what it was supposed to do, but the problem is that I don't believe that it lasted as long as they needed it to. So a year and a half in or something, we connected with them and then we designed for them a system that would fully integrate with the fin, we have these really beautiful stainless steel fins on the building. That's what gives it shine during the day.  So we wanted to respect that, but it was also the perfect area to attach these things. So we designed this kind of fin, like a nose piece for the fin that integrated the product, all the cabling and everything, and then we installed that at the end of 2007.  Okay. So with that building, as huge as it is, you can actually do a full motion ad, like the recent one for the new Batman movie from street level, all the way to the top, right? Jonathan Labbee: Oh, absolutely. Everything that we do is basically either a full video screen or a deconstructed video screen, and in the case of Burj Khalifa, it is what we would refer to as a deconstructed video screen. So it has a twenty five millimeter pixel on the height, but then a meter and a half on the width. So it goes in between the windows and obviously with distance and so on, your brain is able to put the image together.  It's interesting, in the past four or five years with LED marketing, it's all been about finding pitch pixel pitch, and it's 0.9 versus 1.2, and oh my God, 1.2 is awful by comparison, and you're talking about a meter and a half pixel pitch.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. Everything has to do with distance and contrast, at the end of the day it can be broken down as that. It's in the distance and contrast.  So what's involved in putting up something like that? God knows, I wouldn't want to be one of the technicians who told me to go up to the 110th floor and go outside and put this on. Jonathan Labbee: It's a really interesting process and much like other projects that we've done, it was the first time that we were doing something. Like this and by like this, I mean, at that height with no cranes and difficult to access and so on, the building itself is almost a kilometer tall. Everything is done with rope access people.  And then the other complexity that comes into play is time. So between when we got the contract and we turned the screen on, It was seven months. So that's not a lot of time to design a new product. We actually had to design a new product for this project, did the engineering, the testing validation, certifications. So essentially what we did is, we had our factory in Montreal. We design and manufacture everything in Montreal by the way, and then we replicated a portion of our factory in Dubai, and we did a lot of final assembly and insulation within the extrusion pieces and so on, and the cabling, everything we did there in Dubai.  The client was very instrumental in helping us set up all of that capability there, and then we just staged everything everywhere that we could in every empty space of the building, and then started deploying these via rope access team, and obviously part of it is a hotel, part of it is are residences. So you are very limited in the amount of time that you can spend. At night, you can't be in front of the hotel portion, during the day, you can't be in front of the residences. So we needed to plan across a whole building how to get these things in place.  And is it set up in such a way that if you're in one of these residences, you don't see the light emitting from these fins that it's just pointing out?  Jonathan Labbee: Correct, so you have no idea if you're inside the residence that there's actually lighting on the building. Which is a problem for some of the media facades I've seen that are just mesh LEDs because you're now looking through this grid system to see outside. You've still got your view, but it's compromised.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly, and that's actually one of the reasons why the horizontal pixel pitch had to remain at one and a half meters was because we didn't want, nor our client, didn't want anything in front of the windows.  These media facades on buildings seem to be a thing certainly in China, but I'm starting to wonder when we'll start to see more of them in North America. Are you seeing the demand there to do this?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, absolutely. Although things have shifted, I think that with the introduction of the Burj, FC Cincinnati, SoFi Stadium on the roof, I think clients and architects are realizing that a media facade doesn't need to be just a rectangular or square video that takes up all their front real estate. They're starting to look at it more as a way to enhance the architecture that can also do media, and being able to prove that you don't have to have the same pixel pitch on the vertical and horizontal. You can do different things and it just makes it more unique and interesting to the building while you're still communicating the message that you want to from the advertiser or from whatever you're trying to communicate.  Is it your control system as well for the software that's driving it?  Jonathan Labbee: So we do everything up to the video processor. So the video processor, what takes a signal and then we work with a variety of companies like Disguise or Seventh Sense depending on the type of project. But anything that has a very complex geometry, we usually work with this Disguise.  Yeah, you're not going to get a setting out of the box for a client or a building.  Jonathan Labbee: No, not all, however, our team does produce all of the 3d coordinates for the software to understand it. So you don't have to have a human sitting there trying to figure out the map, because we already have the map created with a tool set that allows us to take the map and turn it into the coordinates for the systems that we work with. So mapping a building is actually fairly simple, and if you were to change something or you had to adjust something in your final drawing sets, you can just re-upload that file to the server, and the server will change the pathways for the video image. image. Now, when you're working with a giant scale surface like that, because the pixels are a meter and a half apart, at least in that job, does that limit the amount of light that's coming out? One of the things I wonder about with city bylaws and all that is, if you tried to do something like this on a building in New York or Montreal, what would be the citizen reaction? Would they say, “We can't tolerate this. It's going to blind us. It's going to feel like a tanning salon in our house”? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, actually a very valid point. We went through that exercise just recently with a client, and that really becomes more about being a responsible corporate citizen. That onus falls on the client, but also on us to provide the tool set to their client for that. But again, if you remember what I was talking about contrast earlier, if something's too bright anyway, then I'm sure you've driven on the highway and seen digital signs for where their brightness wasn't turned down at night and it hurts your eyes. So I bet you don't remember the ad that was on that screen because your brain was too busy hurting. So in any case, to be able to show off the very best of that building and what you're trying to show, you have to have the right level of contrast. So if it's very bright outside, obviously it could be just light pollution, then you'd want to pump up the power, but if you don't have a lot of competing lights, you would want to j, drop the power down and then the brightness. So we can do it in a few ways. Obviously we can set levels based on time of day and with light sensors and so on which we do for several clients, or there's just just bypass where the client can select it or at night it's just that level. The Burj is a special case, but if there were other tall buildings in major cities that wanted to do this sort of thing, would they be looking to do it as a media model or do they see it as a way to distinguish their building with ambient lighting that's interesting to look at?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, that really depends on the client. I think that some clients go in with the idea of wanting to create a media building. So if you look at the Hard Rock hotel, for example, like the Guitar hotel in Hollywood, Florida, their intent was clear of what you want it to do. It is media focused from the very beginning.  Some of our other clients, I'm thinking of one of the embassies that we did in New York, for example, originally started off as a way to highlight the building. So there was more kind of a highlight on the edge of the building. But when they saw us testing, they realized, wow, I think there's more capability here, and I think that each client goes through a level of evolution on how to utilize the product.  And I guess there's a delicate balance that they have to reach as well that you were saying earlier, you can be good corporate citizens and do something visually interesting with your building, but then you can cross the line and start selling mortgage broker services  Jonathan Labbee: You could do that or you could strobe and there's a lot of things that you could do that you wouldn't necessarily want to do and some of the clients, obviously we have some very sophisticated clients that have a media strategy for that, and they have a team, but some of the other clients just want to do something beautiful, and when that happens, we have a division inside of SACO called the Media Collective, with a Creative Director and so on, and we usually put together a base package for them, just to be able to kinda understand how to utilize your building.  Is the Media Collective in-house designers, or is it a collective of people who have the skill sets and experience to work with your technology? Jonathan Labbee: So we have some animators in-house but the whole reason we have a media collective is really to build a collective of external firms that we work with because we actually get a lot of work through design firms. So we don't want to end up competing with them so if we do end up having a project that requires some content, Burj was a perfect example. In the beginning, we built a bunch of content for them. So we directed the whole thing, but we had, I think, six firms that worked with us to provide different flavors.  When you have a specialized project, somebody like another Montreal company, Moment Factory might come to you guys and say, “Hey, we need to do something on this monumental surface. Can you help us?”  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, correct. Actually Moment Factory, there are several projects where we've collaborated together. One of them being the AT&T project in Texas. We have our product inside of the A looking thing.  Yeah, that kind of a spherical walkway thing that kind of leads you to the building? That's a very cool project. So when you are working with these different companies, are they coming to you directly or does it tend to come through an architect?  Jonathan Labbee: No, when we're working with these with design firms, they'll usually either contact us or again, vice versa, if we have a media request, we'll contact them.  There are any number I would imagine of companies out there that have LED light sticks that can do kind of mood lighting for a building. Do you compete with them or their control systems really meant to like, change this block to blue and change this block to yellow so we can have the Ukrainian flag? Jonathan Labbee: I would say that in certain times, we'll see them on projects, but those companies are usually DMX based, whereas we're video based and there's a really big difference there in the overall approach and also in the ability to display color and bitrate and stuff like that. So just coming from a video background, the type of clients that usually seek us out, or that we seek out have a vision for media, not just for lighting.  Do they also come to you because of the scale that you've done these ginormous projects?  Jonathan Labbee: Absolutely, because you also have to be game to do this. These challenges are filled with unknowns, and I think that the team at SACO thrive on them.  Yeah, I'm sure there are all kinds of companies who, if they were approached to do some of these large scale projects, they'd go, sure, and then they'd go back to the engineering team and look at each other and go, okay, now what?  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah. We've had a few instances where, let's call them competitors, in certain spaces that got a project and had no idea how to do it and they came to us and we worked with them. It's a small industry, so we're friendly with everybody,  You mentioned earlier the idea of shape and you worked with FC Cincinnati on this new MLS stadium, right? Could you describe that?  Jonathan Labbee: The working part or the project part? The stadium is a curved kind of bowl thing, and the whole outside of it is a bit like the Bayern Munich stadium in that you could eliminate the whole thing. Jonathan Labbee: Yes, exactly. Here the architect is Populous, a company with whom we worked with in the past, and we have a very good working relationship there. So when they took over that project, I believe it was with a different architect prior, and they came up with this kind of vision of these angled fins where you could see through the building and so on, they created this very light structure which at night needed to be highlighted.  So when they brought us on board to start taking a look at the designs and giving our ideas and stuff like that, obviously it made a lot of sense to highlight the edge of that. The product is very much recessed inside of the fin. So it's completely invisible during the day or when it's not on, and I guess there were several ideas there, but I guess one of the guiding principles there is that it needs to be integrated and needed to highlight the architecture at night and keep that sense of emotion like that whole stadium has this static motion to it. So based on that, we ended up designing a solution for it, and also created the base content for the client and it's been highly efficient for the client.  Is it actually less costly to do it the way you're describing as opposed to doing like a full LED mesh curtain and all that, just because there's less hardware, fewer LED diodes and so on, or it does balance out because this is custom engineering? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, I think I think maybe it balances out. It's probably overall it's maybe a little cheaper because you're integrating early but that only happens if you're integrating early, if you're retrofitting, it's usually it usually balances. But the big thing that it does though, is that it does become unique to that property.  When you just start adding video screens, and again, I'm a big fan of video screens. That's what we do for a living. But video screens, like what we refer to as traditional video screens, have their place. But on a building, it just ends up looking like advertising, if you just put it up a building, right? So if you really want to enhance the building and kind of blend art and media, I think that's a highly effective way of getting your message across because then there's no mistake in if someone takes their Instagram shot or whatever, there's no mistake in where that is.  And I'm sure that you spend the time with the clients, for them to understand, look, this is low resolution. This is in a lot of cases meant to be seen from a hundred meters away or further away. If you want to put pricing propositions on the screen, that's probably not going to work, but logos and things like that's going to work well.  Jonathan Labbee: Yep. Exactly. And again and as you approach the building or as you approach a property or as you're walking through a property, your experience is going to change. So that video element will now become more of a lighting interesting kind of ambient element, but then you'll have something else in the Causeway or whatever with maybe that has a tighter pixel pitch or something to just continue that whole experience as you walk through the property. Do you strictly work with outdoor products or are you doing anything indoor?  Jonathan Labbee: Oh no, we do lots of indoor stuff.  Is that more conventional, like LED modules, cabinets, that sort of thing?  Jonathan Labbee: Yes, actually, in its construction, I would say yes but in its deployment oftentimes it's different. We did this art piece, which is actually a media piece with Jenny Holzer, which sits inside of the Comcast headquarters in Philadelphia, and there are custom tiles that are 6.32 millimeter pixel pitch at the exact 8 inches wide, and they needed to fit in between these wood slabs on the ceiling and the entire ceiling has video strips going right through it, right through the escalator and everything.  Oh, so is this tied in with the big LED wall it's already in the lobby there?  Jonathan Labbee: The LED wall is in the other building.  Gotcha. The other building is fantastic, what they've done there.  Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly. So we'll also deploy, like we have a project right now going on, I can't really say what it is yet, but it has a bunch of really high res stuff, and these kinds of monuments in a curved fashion, all interactive. So high res video screen type stuff that we do a lot, and we do a lot of touring also. All tier one, so the Paul McCartney's of the world and Lady Gaga's utilize a lot of SACO equipment on their tours.  And these again, would be stuff that you can put up and take down pretty quickly. They're lightweight and there's a pastor, so you can see it and behind it, all that? Jonathan Labbee: Yeah, exactly. So what we do for touring is actually use our frames called Fast Frames and they're very fast to set up and rugged. And, in touring speed is extremely important because time is money there, as you're loading and unloading, others are waiting on you. So we came up with this system that's very fast.  I'll give you an example. When we came up with this new product called the S series. One of our very first clients was Bruno Mars, and this is obviously through some partners, rental partners, and it was a 50 foot wide video screen by 20 feet tall and that took 13 minutes and 13 seconds to set up, from the carts to image on. We actually made t-shirts that said 13:13.  Yeah. That's a good thing. Cause somebody's going to ask, what does that mean? And then you're immediately pitching,  Jonathan Labbee: Well, exactly, and also touring does allow us to have a customer base there that is always hungry for the latest in things. Although we have more standard products there that can do their main elements, we'll build a lot of custom stuff for touring as well, and so on the Taylor Swift tour, for example, we had a bunch of 12 millimeters and some 9 millimeters, but because the thing went up like a half pipe in certain areas. We designed these custom triangular tiles to fill in the gap to provide a monolithic look and so on. So we have clients that are willing to try new things there, and then we take all of that knowledge and then we apply it to our more permanent projects afterwards.  You're obviously pretty well known in the live events community and I guess in architectural design, not really in the digital signage or LED display community or at least the conventional side of that. Does that matter, or are you quite happy with just stealthily building up your business?  Jonathan Labbee: Very good question. I would say that in the beginning more, more on like the 2000s stuff, we were doing a lot of arenas and stadiums, like the traditional center hongs or ribbon boards, we were heavily heavily involved there. But when so many companies came out with offerings, there were some differentiators of course, between what we offered and what other people offer, but the cost just kept getting driven down and down, and all of a sudden, you're now operating in a commodity based business. That's not where we necessarily like to be, we're innovators at heart, so we like to focus on areas where our talents can be fully exploited, and so as soon as you introduce a little bit of complexity and there's a lot of clients that want something complex and context could be something as simple as a curve, an angle, a shape, an installation, we ended up finding ourselves almost alone.  Yeah. Interesting. I know there's a big project that you're not able to talk about yet but I'm sure maybe we'll get back together in a year or so when you're allowed to talk about this thing running and it's amazing, and unfortunately we can't talk about it at the moment. Jonathan Labbee: No, but I'll be happy to speak with you when we can.  Absolutely. All right. Thank you very much for spending some time with me. That was terrific. Jonathan Labbee: It was a pleasure.

Unfiltered Woman of Faith Podcast with Dariann Modeliste
Rediscovering our Foundation: The Importance of a Godly Upbringing

Unfiltered Woman of Faith Podcast with Dariann Modeliste

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 75:08


Heyy Y'all! Welcome Back to another episode of Unfiltered Woman of Faith! We are kicking off season 2 with bigger and better things. Make sure you like, comment, and subscribe, as this helps me to better meet your needs as a listener. Also subscribe to our Youtube for the visual version of today's episode. This episode is for ALL the church kids out there! Join us as we reminisce on our childhood and how it has prepared us for adulthood. Comment below if you can relate to anything discussed or if there is a topic/thought that you would like us to discuss further. Hope you enjoy, - D Follow me on Instagram: @dariann.raynell, for updates, and a chance to participate in future episodes! Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/Nwmf2lXqWYE Guest Host Information: Acheri Ramsay: Acheri has a bachelor's degree in Hospitality Tourism Management with an Emphasis in Meetings and Events. She currently works on the Event Operations Team for the SoFi Stadium and the San Diego Padres. Make sure you follow Acheri to keep up with all of the amazing things she is doing. Acheri's IG: @cherrytree_03 Alaja Edwards: Alaja is a currently pursing her degree in Psychology by day, and coaching children's basketball by night. Make sure you follow Alaja to keep up with all of the amazing things she is doing. Alaja's IG: @alajaoliviaanna_ Jasmine Grover: J asmine graduated Cum Laude from Southern University A&M College with a bachelors degree in Social Work. Make sure you follow Jasmine to keep up with all of the amazing things she is doing. Jasmine's IG: @honeyblu18

Yall Heard What I Said
Congrats Los Angeles Rams! Super Bowl champs! Where does Stafford/Donald rank amongst the greats?

Yall Heard What I Said

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 16:28


Congrats to the Los Angeles Rams on winning Super Bowl 56, at home in SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. that's now 2 consecutive years a team won SB in home stadium, as Tampa Bay pulled off feat last season. It was nearly wire to wire, a great game with the underdog Cincinnati Bengals, in which King Kupp aka Cooper Kupp was named SB MVP w/ 2 TD performance. With this win, we ask where does Matthew Stafford rank among the all Tim Great QBs? After 12 seasons of decent/above average stats with historically one of the worst franchises in league, Detroit Lions, Stafford was traded to Rams for Jared Goff and made an immediate impact, and helped secured the Lombardi trophy for the Rams in his 1st season with team. Aaron Donald, already considered one of the greatest defensive players ever, and from the interior lineman/nose tackle position at that, where do you rank Aaron Donald after winning a SB? And will he return? Lastly what do the Bengals need to do to get back to the big dance? Tune in when you can? NFL Free Agency episode coming soon? #nfl #football #losangelesrams #rams #matthewstafford #aarondonald #vonmiller #sofistadium #bengals #cooperkupp #joeburrow #sportsandentertainment #sports #yhwispodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Beers with Talos Podcast
Beers with Talos Ep. #117: Talos' Big Game commercial about a month too late

Beers with Talos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 43:13


We're dropping two episodes today. This is undoubtedly the less serious of the two, as it was recorded prior to the invasion of Ukraine. Check out Ep. #118 for more on that situation. In this episode, though, we got to talk about Talos' involvement at the Super Bowl. Mitch welcomes on Brett Ellis, who was at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles to help defend “The Big Game,” of Talos Incident Response to discuss his experience. He, JJ and Liz talk about what goes into securing these major global events and talk about what it's like to have to come in and handle someone else's networking equipment and then parachute out. If you want to learn more about Talos and Cisco Secure at the Super Bowl, you can read Cisco's announcement.

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Sending Celebrities to the Winter Olympics, Who would win NBA All-Star Game One-on-One, NBA All-Star Game Bets and Sal's Magic Johnson Betache

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 68:17


Cousin Sal, Dave and Martin begin the show by discussing how disinterested most fans are right now in the Winter Olympics and how we could solve it. Dave suggests sending celebrities from different countries to compete which seems like a good idea until Sal realizes that Winter Olympic Stars from countries like Norway are the celebrities. This leads to a conversation about new interesting Winter Olympic sports and Dave brags about his ability to throw a football behind his back and how he once beat Ray and the loser had to get a perm and dye it.Next, with the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday the guys discuss Team Lebron versus Team Durant; Martin and Dave both like Ja Morant to win MVP. Dave has an idea on how to change the All-Star game with a one-on-one tournament and they discuss who would win. Sal likes to idea of having the Harlem Globetrotters participate in the All-Star Game and also hates betting the game and relives his Magic Johnson Betache.The guys discuss if the Los Angeles Lakers will make the playoffs as Martin can't believe what a disappointing season this has been. Plus, the Knicks downfall has been hard and fast.Eddie and Dave argue over who would win in a series between the Penguins and Rangers to the delight of Sal. Plus, was the Rams Super Bowl crowd really that bad?Sal, Martin and Dave close out the show with the news the College Football Playoff will be sticking to four teams and on tease Monday's big guest on Against All Odds!

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Super Bowl Recap, FanDuel Party Crasher, Stafford's Hall of Fame Case, Who won Valentine's Day: Martin or Eddie?

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 86:43


There's no Super Bowl hangover for the Extra Points crew! Cousin Sal, Dave and Martin are back to discuss the big game and how the spread of course game down to an extra point. The guys recap all the big plays, the MVP and even the halftime show. Then Sal talks about the FanDuel party and running into Martin who somehow got a VIP bracelet.Next, now that he's won a Super Bowl – let the debate begin: is Matthew Stafford a future Hall of Famer? Plus, should Sean McVay take the big TV money and go out on top?Dave still thinks Tom Brady may come back and the 49ers would be the perfect spot for him. Then guys discuss what a crazy off-season this is shaping up to be and how Odell's injury in the Super Bowl was disappointing as he was on his way to a possible MVP.After losing the Extra Points Playoff Fantasy league, Martin will have to face the Cup of Consequences and is nervous of what he will have to face. Finally, how did Martin and Eddie fair on Valentine's Day with their respected girlfriends?

Sports Lordz
Episode 169 - The Better Hamilton

Sports Lordz

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 66:31


The “Big game” was quite the spectacle and so is this new episode of the Sports Lordz. This week your Lordz discuss human and truck relationships, we discuss the “Big Game”, how the Rams won it all, Eli Apple's bad choice on the internet, the “better Hamilton” halftime show, commercials, we make an Olympic correction and more!Stay safe and be careful out there Serfs. Omicron is coming for us all.This week's episode is brought to you by, The Canadian truckers for some reason.Follow us on twitter, Instagram, and Twitch @SportsLordz-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rap Dreams by LOWERCASE n https://soundcloud.com/lowercasen Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/rap-dreams Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/tJd8zzQBu98

Around the NFL
Super Bowl LVI Recap

Around the NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 79:41


From the Chris Wesseling Podcast studio - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal recap an emotional Super Bowl Sunday between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals. OBJ went out with a knee injury, and Joe Burrow was sacked 7 times. However, nothing could stop the magic that was this Sunday. The Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show with Dr. Dre rocked the house down and Marc thinks golf is played by kicking balls. The Wesseling brothers are recorded briefly at SOFI Stadium after the Bengals loss. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NFL: Good Morning Football
Earnin' It - The Greatest Show on Earth with Questlove and Dionne Harmon

NFL: Good Morning Football

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 48:44


On the most recent episode of Earnin' It, we dive into a brief history of the hottest 12 minutes in television: the Super Bowl Halftime Show, featuring U2, Prince, and Lady Gaga. Last year, Executive Producer Dionne Harmon became the first Black woman to lead the show — and she's back this season to light up Sofi Stadium with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige. Get a behind the scenes look at what goes into choosing the artists, developing the vision, and building (and tearing down) the elaborate set in a matter of minutes. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Super Bowl Picks and Props, Sal Presents at NFL Honors and Aaron Rodgers Suit, A Special Guest Surprises Dave!

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 87:30


Cousin Sal recaps presenting the Offensive Player of the Year award at the NFL Honors and Martin weighs in on his jokes. Sal worries he may have hugged Cooper Kupp too hard after finding out he has an injured back. Dave was not a fan of Aaron Rodgers's suit choice and thinks he might be intentionally doing these things to upset people. The guys discuss the rest of the NFL award winners and Martin collects from Dave on his Jonathan Taylor MVP bet. They also discuss odds on next year's NFL season.Then it's finally time for Sal, Martin and Dave to reveal their Super Bowl picks- they all expect a close, low scoring game but who will they go with between the Bengals or Rams? Martin thinks Dave should be worried he has the same bet as Drake.A special guest (Doug Rush) joins the show as Sal surprises Dave with an awkward conversation of who should get credit for the Pro-Bowl replacement idea. Doug and Dave eventually realize they have more in common than they think including a love of apples. Doug discusses his thoughts on the New York Giants next season and why Russell Wilson to New York might not work despite Ciara wanting it to happen.The guys then go over Super Bowl prop bets and Eddie quizzes then on past Super Bowl lines.With huge NBA trade deadline deals, Martin has some strong feelings on who won the James Harden/Ben Simmons trade and odds on who will win the Eastern Conference. Finally, the Extra Points crew makes their picks of the day and Dave asks the filthy questions: whose bath water would you drink from the show?

Bloomberg Businessweek
The Tech Road to the Super Bowl

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 41:20


Gigi Gronvall, Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses some states dropping mask mandates. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Financial Investigations Reporter Zeke Faux share the details of Zeke's Businessweek Magazine story The Loan Shark Trump Freed From Prison Is Lending Money Again. Mark Quiroz, Vice President of Marketing for the Display Division at Samsung, talks about providing technology solutions at SoFi Stadium for the Super Bowl. Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz discusses fourth quarter earnings and new licensing ventures. And we Drive to the Close with Emily Hill, Founding Partner Bowersock Capital Partners. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Between the Horns
Ep. 145: Super Bowl LVI preview, predictions & matchups to watch from Penthouse 56

Between the Horns

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 26:35


It's a Super Bowl LVI preview edition of Between the Horns as J.B. Long, Camryn Irwin, & D'Marco Farr look back at how the Los Angeles Rams find themselves playing for a world championship in the Rams' House at SoFi Stadium. They discuss all the storylines and key matchups to watch heading into Super Bowl Sunday for your Los Angeles Rams. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Airtalk
AirTalk Episode Wednesday February 9, 2022

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 102:40


Today on AirTalk, we examine the changes that SoFi Stadium has brought to Inglewood. Also on the show, we cover the latest on COVID-19; a look at "Tenancy in Common" homeownership; and more. Beijing Promises A ‘Safe, Streamlined, and Splendid' Olympic Games: How's It Going So Far? (1:38) As The Super Bowl Descends On Inglewood, Residents Reflect On How SoFi Stadium Has Changed Their City (19:06) “Tenancy In Common,” What Are They And What's Their Future In CA Housing? (37:44) COVID-19 AMA: When L.A. County's Mask Mandate Could End, Hospitalizations Continue To Decline, And More (52:07) Behind the “Enchanted Strings” Of The Bob Baker Marionette Theater (1:26:26)

Earnin' It: The NFL's Forward Progress
The Greatest Show on Earth with Questlove and Dionne Harmon

Earnin' It: The NFL's Forward Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 47:22


A brief history of the hottest 12 minutes in television: the Super Bowl Halftime Show, featuring U2, Prince, and Lady Gaga. Last year, Executive Producer Dionne Harmon became the first Black woman to lead the show — and she's back this season to light up Sofi Stadium with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige. Get a behind the scenes look at what goes into choosing the artists, developing the vision, and building (and tearing down) the elaborate set in a matter of minutes. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Full Sport Press Podcast
Episode 403: Super Bowl LVI Preview Show | 2/7/2022

Full Sport Press Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 60:03


The Los Angeles Rams will host the Cincinnati Bengals (A Pair of #4 seeds) at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles for Super Bowl 56, despite the AFC representative technically being the home team this year. This episode we will take a look at the breakdown of prop bets and advantages of each position for the big clash and break down what to expect from this matchup. Check out Episode #403 as @JaiHov , @JEasley84 and @FSP_Wezzy discuss the hottest sports news of the past week and we break down Super Bowl 56 . #FSPStyle **Full Sport Press Episode #403 Breakdown** **(8:30) Jeff's 10 Good Wrestling Seconds” **(10:15) Weezy's Yellow Box of Cereal Award- John Stockton **(13:10) 1st Half- Hottest Sports News of The Week **(29:30) -HALFTIME - Jeff's Week 2 NBA MVP Ladder **(33:45) 2nd Half- Super Bowl LVI Preview Show

Airtalk
AirTalk Episode Monday February 7, 2022

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 102:45


Today on AirTalk, we look at the journey of how Inglewood got SoFi Stadium and the Super Bowl. Also on the show, we cover the latest in COVID-19; homeschooling during the pandemic; and more. The Latest Efforts To Shelter Unhoused People In Venice (1:22) Countdown To The Super Bowl: How Inglewood Got SoFi Stadium And The Super Bowl (18:55) After 17 Years, Orange County's Elections Chief Is Retiring (35:28) COVID-19 AMA: L.A. County Hospitalizations Continue To Decline, Why Americans Lag On Boosting, And More (52:34) Breaking Down Why The Pandemic Led To An Uptick In Homeschooling (1:19:15)

Guys On The Sideline
117_Rams & Bengals Preview

Guys On The Sideline

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022 26:48


Just a couple of years from leading his LSU Tigers to a national championship victory, Joe Burrow has his Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl. The Guys, Jeff and Chris, break down the improbable run by Burrow's Bengals and how they just might be that team of destiny. As we say, anything can happen when you make it to the big game. Trending around Sofi Stadium in three, two, one. Enjoy. 

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, February 4th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 8:57


This is your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, February 4th, 2022. I realize I’m probably not who you were expecting… My name is Garrison Hardie, and I am the Business Development Representative for CrossPolitic. You may have heard my ad before on some of our other shows, and now I’m pinch hitting for the news brief. Let’s see how this first at-bat goes, starting with A Christian app called “Pray.com” reserves the right to sell your prayers! https://faithfullymagazine.com/christian-apps-sell-your-prayers/ According to Faithfully Magazine, “Prominent venture capitalists are flocking to invest in Christian worship apps. The apps say users’ prayers are a business asset.” “Pray.com collects data about its users in multiple ways. According to its privacy policy, the company records detailed information about users, including their physical location, the links they click on, and the text of the posts they make. Then, it supplements that information with data from “third-parties such as data analytics providers and data brokers,” which can include “your gender, age, religious affiliation, ethnicity, marital status, household size and income, political party affiliation and interests… geographic location, and Personal Information.” The policy also says Pray.com shares users’ personal information, including identifiers that link their activity to specific devices, with “third parties” for “commercial purposes.” I guess as soon as a prayer in the app rings, a soul from purgatory springs! LA Mayor Eric Garcetti defends maskless photo of him with Magic Johnson and claims there was 'zero per cent chance' of catching COVID - Saying “He held his breath.” https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10471247/LA-Mayor-Eric-Garcetti-says-held-breath-maskless-photo-Magic-Johnson.html Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he held his breath when he took off his mask to pose for a photo with NBA legend Magic Johnson at a football game Sunday, claiming there is 'zero percent chance' of COVID infection when doing this…….. Trust the science people! 'I'm holding my breath literally for two seconds,' he said. 'There is a zero percent chance of infection from that. I put my mask right back on ... to make sure that there is no spread. And I think that we should all follow that advice until we're out of this period.' Kind of like when Bill Clinton admitted to smoking marijuana quote, “a time or two. I didn’t like it, and I didn’t inhale it.” According to the CDC, like other respiratory diseases, people who are infected with COVID-19 emit tiny virus-laden droplets when they breath, speak or sing. Once these are suspended in the air, they can then be taken in by another person — allowing the infection to spread. Garcetti wasn't alone in facing criticism for shedding his mask last weekend, if even for a moment. Gov. Gavin Newsom and San Francisco Mayor London Breed also were photographed without masks at the game. The smiling Democrats were seen posing barefaced for photographs with basketball legend Magic Johnson inside a box suite at the SoFi Stadium during the game. Like Garcetti, Newsom said he removed his mask briefly during the game. 'I was very judicious yesterday ... In my left hand's the mask, and I took a photo,' he said. 'The rest of the time I wore it, as we all should.' Well said sir Newsom, well said! You know what we all should do? Have accountability on our electronic devices! Accountable 2U DNB ​​https://Accountable2You.com/FLF Using a smartphone or computer opens the door to a host of digital temptations. In a world saturated with pornography and other harmful content, what's a Christian to do? We need to take a proactive approach, welcoming transparency in our digital media choices—and Accountable2You makes that easy. Their accountability software shares detailed activity reports from all your devices, and your kids' devices, in real time to the accountability partners that you choose. With accountability in place, your family can effectively guard against temptations online and live with purity and integrity. Learn more and try it free at Accountable2You.com/FLF Support those that support us! https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-trudeau-says-use-of-military-to-quell-truckers-protest-not-in-the-cards-right-now?utm_campaign=64487 Primeminister Trudeau says use of military to crack down on the truckers' protest is 'not in the cards right now' Saying "There were questions a couple of years ago around military when it came to other protests that were blocking critical infrastructure. My answer then is consistent with my answer now, that one has to be very, very cautious before deploying military in situations engaging Canadians, it is not something that anyone should entertain in lightly. As of now, there have been no requests, and that is not in the cards right now," he said. Was he consistent though? Here’s what Trudeau said back in 2020 about deploying the military against its own citizens. Play Video - https://twitter.com/i/status/1489029600441217024 Trudeau went on to say he’ll continue “to stand by the almost 90 percent of truckers who are vaccinated, stand by the millions upon millions of Canadians who just want to get their lives back and who know that getting back to the things we love requires vaccinations." Speaking of the truck convoy, GoFundMe has suspended a multimillion-dollar fundraiser for the Canadian freedom truckers for the second time in two weeks… Big Tech wants to cut them off at their knees. https://notthebee.com/article/gofundme-has-suspended-a-multimillion-dollar-fundraiser-for-the-canadian-freedom-truckers-for-the-second-time-in-two-weeks?fbclid=IwAR1unswdlnpE8jKo99OEQA5F5P66mBxU0NHmAy7Xl3H6MwPomnXGFGoKXMU GoFundMe has suspended a fundraiser for the "Freedom Convoy" of truckers and supporters who have tied up downtown Ottawa while protesting vaccine mandates. The fundraiser, which is now under review, has currently raised more than $10 million [Canadian]. It's the second time GoFundMe has suspended access to the money. GoFundMe stated: "This fundraiser is currently paused and under review to ensure it complies with our terms of service and applicable laws and regulations," said a pinned post from GoFundMe at the top of the fundraiser on Wednesday night. "Our team is working 24/7 and doing all we can to protect both organizers and donors. Thank you for your patience." Funds were frozen by GoFundMe the first time in mid-January when the funds were at $4.5 million... Seeing as it’s Friday today, let’s end with some good news shall we? Facebook lost daily users for the first time in its 18-year history in the final quarter of 2021. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10471227/Facebook-loses-users-time-Zuckerberg-blames-TikTok-boom.html CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes was caused by the TikTok boom. - Or maybe I don’t know, it could be that he keeps banning users of the app… The social media giant's devastating earnings report on Wednesday sent Facebook shares plunging more than 20 percent, wiping more than $200 billion off the company's market cap and erasing $29 billion from Zuckerberg's net worth. Facebook reported a drop of nearly 500,000 in daily logins during the last three months of 2021. Let’s hope this trend continues! See even if Big Tech tries to censor us, you can always find us on our app. Download it today if you haven’t already, by searching Fight, Laugh, Feast in your favorite app store, so you’ll always have access to our content. Lastly, if you’re a business owner or CEO, and would like to become a corporate partner of CrossPolitic, let’s talk about it! We need your support to continue to grow and fight tyranny. You can reach me by email at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com Thanks, and have a great weekend, see you Monday.

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder
Austin Ekeler on the final game of the regular season and Super Bowl thoughts plus the Brian Flores NFL Lawsuit, Washington Commanders and Bengals make Super Bowl uniform official

Extra Points with Cousin Sal, Dave Dameshek & Charlotte Wilder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 71:21


Cousin Sal and the Extra Points crew try to unpack a day filled with huge news in the NFL as Martin sees a consistent Tom Brady through line. The guys discuss the Brian Flores/NFL lawsuit, accusations Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offered him money to lose games, the Bill Belichick texts and the lack of minority coaching opportunities in the NFL. Dave thinks people are going to start picking apart the 2019 Miami Dolphins season, analyzing plays and this story won't be going away.Next, the guys weigh in on Washington selecting the Commanders as their new nicknames and everyone is underwhelmed. Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler joins the show and he is also not impressed with the new name in Washington. Austin talks about the final game of the regular season against the Raiders and if he ever thought both teams would play for a tie. Austin talks about playing for an aggressive coach, his confidence in Justin Herbert and his prediction for the Super Bowl.The Cincinnati Bengals have decided on which jerseys they will wear for the Super Bowl and The Uniformant has plenty of thoughts. Is T.J. Houshmandzadeh holding a grudge against his old team the Bengals and that's why he is picking the Rams? Plus, the guys look back at the Kansas City Chiefs terrible second half against the Bengals and what went wrong. They close things out giving their picks of the day and a look at the potential Pro Football Hall of Fame Class in 2027.

Around the NFL
2021 Championship Weekend Recap

Around the NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 79:40


A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal recap Championship Sunday starting with Joe Burrow out-dueling Patrick Mahomes in the AFC Championship game at Arrowhead, including a quick trip to the Kicker Club. The weather gets a little stormy before another press conference is held to discuss the locks competition. Then the heroes recap the NFC Championship game as the San Francisco 49ers traveled to SoFi Stadium to take on the Los Angeles Rams. Finally, a brief discussion on the Tom Brady retirement reports... Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Around the NFL
2021 Week 13 Preview + BTS is still here

Around the NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 82:45


A room filled with some heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal preview every single upcoming game of Week 13, starting with the Broncos at Chiefs Sunday Night Football showdown. The heroes get into the draft with Gregg's selection of Chargers at Bengals, and Dan gets Marc to sing a few words with the BTS Army still lurking around SoFi Stadium. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Around the NFL
2021 Week 12 Recap & BTS of BTS

Around the NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 82:21


A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal recap every game from week 12 starting with the Packers and Rams. Nick Shook joins to talk the team of Zues-TL and Sess-TL going head to head and also what is happening with the Steelers. While Gregg's wife and daughter are at the BTS concert next door at Sofi Stadium, the heroes also recap SNF between the Browns and Ravens. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.