HOUR 2...WFT co-owner Tanya Snyder joined ESPN's Adam Schefter podcast to discuss the franchise and possible name change news. Czabe gives his opinion on Snyder's comments. Peter Rosenberg, Hot 97 Radio Host and WFT superfan join Czabe to give his thoughts on what he expects from the team this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Week 1! The guys touch on everything Washington Football leading up to our season-opening matchup against the LA Chargers, including Justin v. Chase, Tanya Snyder's name gaff, where does this roster rank and our 10 keys to the game. :21 - Justin Herbert v. Chase Young 10:13 - News & notes 18:55 - The name leak 24:10 - Ranking the ‘21 rosters 53:50 - 10 Keys to the game 1:32:20 - Week 1 Trivia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fiftygutpodcast/message
Episode 198 of the LTN Pod begins with a Gem Droppin' Session on the Washington Football Team's New Name being discussed by co-CEO Tanya Snyder, next we move right into "In Case Ya Missed It" which transitions to the closing of the show with Garbage Time.... Episode Timestamp (6:15) Droppin' A Gem On Ya Melon: New Washington Football Team Name Down to 8? (25:04) In Case Ya Missed It! (1:14:00) Garbage Time Get 20% Off + Free Shipping @Manscaped with promo code LOUIETEE at Manscaped.com! #ad #manscapedpod Get 25% Off Rental Kharma with promo code LTN25 at RentalKharma.com #ad #rentalkharma Get Your Louie Tee Network Merch HERE https://theprintchamps.com/product-category/louie-tee/ -OR HERE- https://www.louieteenetwork.net/ltn-merch Donate via PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LouieTeeNetwork Cash App: $LouieTeeNetwork PayPal: paypal.me/LouieTeeNetwork Affiliate Links: AMAZON: http://bit.ly/louieteenetwork TUBEBUDDY: www.tubebuddy.com/LouieTeeNetwork Check out the website www.louieteenetwork.net Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the show!
Kevin and Thom talked Dallas-Tampa Bay to start the show. Thom weighed in on the Tanya Snyder interview with Adam Schefter. Then it was prediction time for the Washington Football Team. The boys gave their WFT season record prediction with footnotes before moving on to their NFL Super Bowl picks. Kevin finished up the show with an early "Smell Test" pick on tonight's NFL season-opener. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11:13 - Washington Football Team: breakdown of the cause of the name-change confusion from Tanya Snyder's appearance on The Adam Schefter Podcast 24:01 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on Curtis Samuel regressing in terms of his practice participation off a potential setback with his groin injury 34:55 - Washington Football Team: a scouting report on the Los Angeles Chargers, including their skill-position players, Chase Young vs. Rashawn Slater and Joey Bosa 44:40 - Washington Football Team: analysis of - and some scheduled fun with - Washington's bad recent history with team captains off the WFT announcing its team captains for the 2021 season 54:57 - Nationals: react to Sean Nolin being ejected for standing up for Juan Soto, an excellent performance by the Nats' bullpen, mammoth homers by Soto and Josh Bell and more from an eventful 4-2 win at the Atlanta Braves...and a rant on the National Baseball Hall of Fame holding its induction ceremony on a random Wednesday afternoon 01:13:14 - Orioles: examining a 9-8 win over the Kansas City Royals, another lost season for Hunter Harvey and the O's setting all-time attendance lows on back-to-back nights at Oriole Park at Camden Yards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bram starts the show with the latest on the WFT and Curtis Samuel's injury, then jumps into what Tanya Snyder said to Adam Schefter on his podcast. Then, former Terps and Chargers linebacker Shawn Merriman joins the show to preview WFT/LAC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tanya Snyder made a mess of the Washington Football Team's potential names and minimized the WFT's sexual harassment investigation in an interview with ESPN's Adam Schefter. Kevin Sheehan had a strong response for Washington's acting owner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grant and Danny kick off hour 1 with reaction to Tanya Snyder's interview with ESPN's Adam Schefter. Also, the fellas react to Curtis Samuel tweaking his groin, how big of a deal is it if he can't go week 1? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin talked about Clinton Portis' plea, Tanya Snyder's first interview, and he brought on Erich Zimny/VP of Racing & Sports-Hollywood Casino to talk NFL Props, NFL Week 1, and College Week 2. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2:00- The guys jumped right into it this morning reacting to Tanya Snyder commenting on the potential list of names for the WFT. 24:45: Was the list of eight names accurate? What is going on with the WFT? 31:00- Does the name change matter if the WFT is winning? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Segment 4 - Tanya Snyder makes a mess of the Washington Football Team potential names as she goes on the record to refute team president, Jason Wright, about the finalists. Segment 5 - Tanya Snyder on the "difficulties" of the last year for the Snyder's. Plus, Kevin's strong response. Segment 6 - What's Trending. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2:00 Mike Rizzo interview 18:00 Steve from Blue's clues video 24:05 Is Britney's conservatorship over? 33:29 Tanya Snyder not prepared to speak about WFT name change See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Several reports on Zebras being spotted in Prince George's County, NBC4's chopper spotted them grazing in a field in Upper Marlboro. According to a viral tweet, two men sprinted off a Red Line train at Dupont Circle, and one of them beat the train and boarded at the next stop, Woodley Park. Is that even humanly possible? In other Metro news, they are considering new options for expanding, including one scenario updating the Blue Line that would add an additional Rosslyn Metro station and a tunnel to a Georgetown station, then going through Buzzard Point to the St. Elizabeths campus, and ending at National Harbor. Free Britney update. After fighting his daughter's efforts to end his conservatorship for more than two years, Britney Spears' dad has finally thrown in the towel. Jamie Spears on Tuesday filed a petition with Los Angeles Superior Court, requesting that his conservatorship be dissolved, court records reveal. Tanya Snyder, Co-CEO of the Washington Football Team, reveals on a podcast that the team has narrowed down to 3 names but would not reveal the final 3. Links: Zebra Video: Zebra Video Metro Tweet: Metro Tweet Tonya Snyder Podcast: Tonya Snyder Podcast From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl
3:15 EB wants to create a MD Football tradition 18:19 Tanya Snyder on Adam Schefter's podcast 35:34 Cakes has his high stakes fantasy draft See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Presented by BetOnline.Ag, Built Bar (Built.com) and Run Your Pool (RunYourPool.com/LockedOn) - Chris is flying solo on this edition as Tanya Snyder (Co-CEO & wife of Dan Snyder) speaks to Adam Schefter in a lengthy interview. We react and try to figure out the meaning + is Justin Herbert already being fitted for a gold jacket? What could DeAndre Carter's role be on Sunday for the WFT with Curtis Samuel still not 100% and who is the GMFB crew picking in the NFC? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Washington Football Team: analysis of what Tanya Snyder said on The Adam Schefter Podcast about the WFT's final candidates for a permanent name and about all of the off-the-field issues for Washington over the last 16 months Washington Football Team: additional thoughts on the departure of Jimmy Moreland, including a breakdown of the complicated transactional path Guest: Chargers insider Jeff Miller of The Los Angeles Times with an in-depth look at the Washington Football Team's opponent in Week 1 Guest: Dr. Matthew Mintz, who has been rated as a top doctor by Bethesda Magazine and Washingtonian Magazine, on the 2021 NFL season and the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of competitive balance, including how the league mandating that players get vaccinated could lead to the removal of protocols Nationals: examining how an 8-5 loss at the Atlanta Braves epitomizes the 2021 Nats - bad pitching but sneaky-good hitting Orioles: react to Mike Baumann's Major League debut and to Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays continuing to rake in a 7-3 win over the Kansas City Royals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Athletic's Ben Standig is back for a new episode previewing the Washington Football Team's Week 1 matchup against the Chargers with The Athletic's LAC beat writer Daniel Popper. Ben opens the show reacting to Tanya Snyder's interview, her first since being named co-CEO, including her reaction to the organization's tumultuous year. Then it's on to Sunday's action as Ben and Daniel exchange three questions each about the other's team. Topics include whether Justin Herbert is poised for a monster year or a sophomore slump, how Chargers' first-year coach Brandon Staley is already leaving his mark plus several Washington angles. Ben then closes the episode with the latest on Curtis Samuel.
Adam starts off this week's episode with everything you need to look forward to this NFL season. Then, Washington Football Team co-CEO, Tanya Snyder, joins the show in her first podcast interview to tell us her reaction to what the Snyder Family and the franchise endured over the last year and what the future holds. She also dives into what her life and job entail and how she is growing into her new role with the team. After that, Adam is joined by ESPN's Evan Kaplan who previews the season's opening weekend.
The House comes back into session today to deal with a packed agenda that includes both the massive Senate-passed infrastructure bill and an even bigger budget resolution. But the future of both bills is threatened by a standoff between House leadership, progressives and the White House who all want significant climate action and moderates who fear the price tag is just too big. Today, POLITICO's Tanya Snyder explains the challenges ahead for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in getting her caucus in line. Tanya Snyder is a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Kelsey Tamborrino covers Energy for POLITICO. Raghu Manavalan is an editor for POLITICO Audio. Carlos Prieto is a Politico podcast producer. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio.
Wondering what is in the big infrastructure bill? So were we. We called Politico reporter Tanya Synder for help. Tanya walks us through what is and isn't in the infrastructure bill and what that means for you. We also talk about Tanya's area of expertise -- self-driving cars. Ready to let a machine take the wheel? We are. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
08:52 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on Tanya Snyder off her public participation in Fan Appreciation Day at WFT Training Camp in Richmond 20:11 - Washington Football Team: in-depth breakdown of Washington placing three more players, including Brandon Scherff and Daron Payne, on the Reserve/COVID-19 List, including Ron Rivera's latest comments on the player-vaccination issue 37:47 - Washington Football Team: commentary on Ron Rivera's training-camp press conference from Saturday, July 31, 2021, including Ron on the quarterback competition and on multiple training-camp standouts 51:50 - Nationals: analysis of the Nats' massive selloff and of them winning two of three games over the Chicago Cubs 01:18:05 - Wizards: examining Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets off the Wizards reportedly being interested in him as NBA free agency begins 01:23:37 - Orioles: react to another gem from Matt Harvey and more from the Orioles' four-game split at the Detroit Tigers and to the O's making just one Major League trade prior to the MLB Trade Deadline Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Athletic's Ben Standig closes down the Washington Football Team's Richmond portion of training camp with Matt Paras from the Washington Times and the Associated Press' Steve Whyno. Ben opens the show with thoughts on the contract terms for Jonathan Allen and Logan Thomas plus some personal thoughts on a return to normalcy-ish with the Richmond camp. Then Matt and Steve join the chat. Topics: How the QBs looked, return of Landon Collins, Terry McLaurin's ascendency, position battles, top concerns and the presence of co-CEO Tanya Snyder in Richmond.
Join your hosts Moeez and Dri as they go live for another episode of Chasing The Chip where they will discuss Brandon Scherff, Tanya Snyder, the NEW Wizards Head Coach: Wes Unseld Jr., NBA Draft, and well... SO MUCH MORE! You don't want to miss it! Make sure you're following Fantom Sports Network on all our streaming services and social medias at: linktr.ee/fantomsportsnetwork
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos returned to the airwaves with a July 4th spectacular that was at times both patriotic and explosive with just a hint of national pride. The Honchos lit the candle with a PSA about fireworks safety and then did a deep dive (see what we did there) into all things tuna and Subway and potential seafood fraud. And Rob introduced Paulie to Overbite Man.The sack of sports was cut open and out tumbled the recent NCAA and Supreme Court decisions on student-athletes profiting from their NIL rights. The Honchos grappled with how this will or will not change the landscape of college sports in America.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos discussed the NHL and NBA playoffs as they reach their respective conclusions, the allegations against Trevor Bauer. the MLB crackdown on the use of foreign substances on baseball and whether it is actually working, the All-Star game, and more happenings off the field for the New York Mets.The NFL Recap was dominated by the latest news from the Washington WooFTskins. Dan Snyder out (for now)! Tanya Snyder in! Team fined $10 million! What does it all mean? Nothing as long as they win. Maybe.After a brief review of Euro 2020 in Seconds of Soccer, the show wrapped as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Tyler Glasnow of the Tampa Bay Rays.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll archives and podcast links at www.sportshonchos.com
#LetsTalkAboutItClippers eulogy4-time Pro Bowler, Super Bowl Champion Wide Receiver Demaryius Thomas retired as a BroncoNFL fines WFT $10 million and suspends Daniel Snyder from day-to-day activities. His wife Tanya Snyder is now the Co-CEO. https://www.google.com/amp/s/profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/07/01/nfl-fines-washington-football-team-10-million-essentially-suspends-daniel-snyder/amp/NFL fines three teams for OTA violations. https://www.google.com/amp/s/profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/07/01/nfl-fines-49ers-jaguars-cowboys-for-ota-violations/amp/Former Florida State receiver, Tamarrion Terry charged with murder and cut by the Seahawks. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10006864-ex-nfl-wr-tamorrion-terry-among-11-indicted-in-2018-nightclub-killing.amp.html#CollegeFootballNewsSupreme Court declares NCAA restrictions on education-related benefits are antitrust violations. 9-0 decision. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.si.com/.amp/nfl/2021/06/29/business-of-football-supreme-court-unanimous-ruling NIL (Name, Image, License) approved by NCAA. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10006810-ncaa-approves-interim-policy-to-allow-athletes-to-profit-off-nil-will-start-july-1.amp.html Reggie Bush said he never cheated. He wants his Heisman back. UCONN signs NIL policy. https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/1410296320280043520?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1410296320280043520%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-10073274352127852700.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.html Michigan implemented NIL policy with 7-day waiting period. https://twitter.com/Andy_Staples/status/1410655176315346949?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1410655176315346949%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-10073274352127852700.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.html Miami QB D'Eric King has multiple sponsorship deals, some worth $20k. https://twitter.com/PFF_College/status/1410648358172213263?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1410648358172213263%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-10073274352127852700.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.htmlKing and Florida State QB McKenzie Melton started a company to help athletes book signing appearances. https://twitter.com/YahooSportsCFB/status/1410564438441312256?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1410564438441312256%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-10073274352127852700.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.html Chad Pennington son, Cole, signs on to play at Marshall.Wisconsin QB Graham Mertz is the first college player trademarked. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/10006645-wisconsins-graham-mertz-reveals-personal-logo-in-video-1st-college-athlete-to-do-so Ryan Hillinski transferred to Northwestern and had a Cameo account Mark Richt has Parkinson's disease #TakeOrTangentLarry Fitzgerald could win an NBA title as part owner of the Phoenix Suns. Saints right tackle Ryan Ramczyk signs 5-year $96 million extension. $60 million guaranteed https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10006781-report-ryan-ramczyk-saints-agree-to-new-5-year-96m-contract-is-highest-paid-rt.amp.htmlMelvin Gordon's mom said he looked slow after watching him on TV. https://twitter.com/brgridiron/status/1410304476808949762?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1410304476808949762%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-1652459273705247530.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.html Najee Harris working for homeless advocation. https://twitter.com/ohthatsNajee22/status/1409688533191647235?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1409688533191647235%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-1652459273705247530.ampproject.net%2F2106182132000%2Fframe.html #TouchdownOrTurnoverGreg Olsen talks about how tight ends get the shaft in terms of getting paid. Chris Johnson and Mike Davis respond to Greg Olsen's claim on tight ends getting no respect NFL cancels supplemental draft for second year in the row.NFL can't confirm Eugene Chung's remark about a team saying he wasn't the right minority for a job he interviewed for. #UnnecessaryToughnessRants
John speaks with Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times Dispatch on this bonus pod after the NFL announces it's punishment of the franchise following a year long investigation into a toxic workplace culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We continue the coverage that Dan Snyder will be fined 10 million dollars. Also, his wife Tanya Snyder will be taking over day-to-day operations of the organization and Dan will be focusing on the new stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The biggest stories in town this week are the red hot Nationals & Kyle Schwarber, as well as the Washington Football Team naming Tanya Snyder as the co-CEO of the team. What team has the largest representation on the streets of the Beltway Region? Are you throwing away that old WFT hat? Do you need to? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Segment 4 - Tanya Snyder named co-CEO of the Washington Football Team Segment 5 - More on the WFT and Dan Snyder's decision to name Tanya Snyder co-CEO Segment 6 - Theories on why now See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Presented by Built Bar and Bet Online -- Chris is solo and breaks down the fallout from Tanya Snyder being named co-CEO of the Washington Football Team while Tim Hightower explains his role and looks at the team as a whole with reporters including Chris at the WFT Charitable Foundation alumni golf event + how fast are he WFT and how good does that make them?? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
11:14 - Washington Football Team: in-depth breakdown of Washington naming Tanya Snyder as co-CEO 31:29 - Washington Football Team: an examination of what Ryan Fitzpatrick is as a quarterback and what he could mean for Washington receivers 41:24 - Nationals: analysis of a 4-3 win at the Tampa Bay Rays, including Kyle Schwarber's incredible home-run barrage continuing, another good start for Joe Ross and the wild state of the bullpen 01:01:56 - Guest: Wizards insider Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington on the Wizards' head-coaching search, the team potentially acquiring a third major piece this offseason, what the Wiz can learn from the Phoenix Suns and more 01:21:07 - Orioles: react to the O's shockingly winning the first two games of a three-game series at the mighty Houston Astros, including Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays delivering 01:28:43 - Maryland basketball: thoughts on Darryl Morsell and what now for the Terrapins off him transferring to Marquette
How about them Bucks! NBA coaching hires and the unexpected backlash. Some life and relationship advice too. Tanya Snyder the new Co-CEO of The Washington Football Team --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message
Temporada 2021. Episodio #43. www.pausadelosdosminutos.com El programa semanal de análisis, comentarios y opinión sobre la NFL con Gildardo Figueroa, Daniel Velasco y Alberto Espinosa. Todos los martes a las 5 pm EN VIVO por Facebook, Twitter, YouTube y Twitch de Pausa de los Dos Minutos, Sensación Deportiva, GF Sports Media y NFL Mexico Fans, en podcast a través de iTunes y de Spotify así como en otras plataformas. En el programa de hoy: * Tanya Snyder es anunciada como copresidenta de Washington Football Team. * El novato 4a selección global, el ala cerrada Kyle Pitts, firmó con Atlanta Falcons. * Análisis de la División Oeste de la AFC rumbo a la temporada 2021. * Greg Olsen pide que se le dé mayor respeto a la posición de ala cerrada. * Tom Brady explica la razón por la cual lanzó el Trofeo Vince Lombardi. #NFL #NFL2021 #NFLMX #NFLMexicoFans #TomBrady #TodalaNFLenP2M
"Football Jones Podcast" Host and USA Today writer Mike Jones joins John to talk about the team he used to cover for the Washington Post. They discuss the news of Tanya Snyder becoming co-CEO of the WFT, the QB competition and the perception of the team nationally coming off a division championship. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bram jumps back into Tanya Snyder being named co-CEO of the team and what it means for the future of the franchise, both near and long term. A look ahead at tonight's games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bram starts the show talking about a project coming to Virginia that could open up skiing to the masses. Then he jumps into the Washington Football Team naming Tanya Snyder co-CEO of the team. Last night in the NHL and NBA - plus the Nats with a huge win over the Mets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
0:30- Kyle Schwarber. Kyle Schwarber. And some more Kyle Schwarber. He has hit 15 homeruns in his last 17 games and is on pace for around 50 homeruns this year. 19:30- Tanya Snyder, the wife of Dan Snyder, is now the co-CEO of the WFT alongside Dan Snyder. We discuss this major news and take your calls on what this means for the WFT moving forward. We discuss this for the rest of the hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Segment 1 - Guest: Clinton Portis on the Washington Football Team and reminiscing about his training camp days Segment 2 - Tanya Snyder named new Co-CEO of Washington Football Team Segment 3 - Predictions on tonight's Bucks-Hawks game See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin and Thom today with the news that Tanya Snyder has been named Co-CEO of the Washington Football Team. Plenty on the Nats' win over the Mets which included another home run barrage from Kyle Schwarber. Also, NBA, Darryl Morsell, fruit allergies, and soccer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Segment 6 - Charlie Slowes joins to discuss Kyle Schwarber's incredible heater and how the Nats clawed back to .500 Segment 7 - Where does Washington's offensive line rank in the NFL? Segment 8 - Tanya Snyder named co-CEO of the Washington Football Team See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The pandemic changed everything — including transit, where ridership plummeted across the country. So where do transit agencies go from here? POLITICO’s Tanya Snyder breaks down what she learned from a group of experts to Dispatch’s Jeremy Siegel. Tanya Snyder is a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. This story was reported as part of POLITICO's Recovery Lab series.
When the country shut down, transit ridership plummeted. Now, as things go back to normal, transit officials have an opportunity to reshape their systems to be more efficient and equitable. POLITICO’s Tanya Snyder reports. Plus, Facebook lifts its ban on posts claiming Covid-19 was man-made as Biden orders a closer review of the virus’ origins. And the ACLU sues West Virginia over its new transgender sports law. Tanya Snyder is a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. This story was reported as part of POLITICO's Recovery Lab series.
President Biden’s newly announced American Jobs Plan is a massive investment into everything from roads and bridges, broadband, clean water, child care, and more. Today, Emily is sitting down with transportation expert and reporter at Politico, Tanya Snyder. They dive into why infrastructure matters in terms of climate change, broadband, and equity. And not to mention, they talk about why infrastructure is sexy! Your Political Playlist connects you with diverse and unfiltered conversations with inspiring women who are making waves in politics. Host, Emily Tisch Sussman brings her decades of experience at the progressive forefront to her thoughtful conversations with women at the seat of power and activism. Every week, Emily sits down to talk about new policy ideas and what women want to see from the Biden-Harris administration. Building on the activism from previous seasons Emily is continuing to bring change makers to the table to show listeners how they can have an impact in politics. Be a part of the conversation by following us on Instagram @YourPoliticalPlaylist.
Hi! This is Lexie of Read by AI. I read human-curated content for you to listen to while working, exercising, commuting, or any other time. Without further ado: Biden looks for an infrastructure win where Obama and Trump failed by Megan Cassella and Tanya Snyder from Politico.
Obama tried to do it. So did Trump. But neither could make the elusive infrastructure overhaul happen. Will President Biden finally be able to pass a massive infrastructure package to rebuild the nation’s crumbling roads, bridges and broadband — or will he suffer the same fate as his predecessors? POLITICO’s Tanya Snyder reports. Plus, Biden says there will be enough vaccines for every adult in the US by April. And a federal watchdog calls for mandatory coronavirus workplace safety standards. Tanya Snyder is a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio.
Remember Iowa? In the country’s first Democratic primary, Pete Buttigieg confirmed his rise as a star within the party by winning over President Joe Biden and progressive leader Bernie Sanders. And while the former mayor of South Bend wasn’t able to win the party’s presidential ticket, all signs indicate that he will be in the federal government as Joe Biden’s Secretary of Transportation, a role where he could be fundamental to advance Biden’s climate change agenda. POLITICO’s Tanya Snyder and Sam Mintz, on what they expect to see from Buttigieg as Transportation Secretary. Tanya Snyder is a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Sam Mintz is also a transportation reporter for POLITICO. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter for POLITICO and host of POLITICO Energy. Carlos Prieto is a Politico podcast producer. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio.
Kevin and Thom today. Kevin tried to recommend a podcast to Thom but it fell on deaf ears. Thom remembered Coach Thompson on the show today and the boys shared stories of being around Coach during their years at WTEM-980. They talked about the NFL now overseeing the Beth Wilkenson investigation and the increasing presence of Tanya Snyder in statements from the team. Additionally there was some WTF "football" talk and some NBA Game 7 discussion from Kevin too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Autonomous vehicles have to navigate more than just the roads. They have to make their way through Congress, too. There's been some twists and turns...and maybe a dead end on the horizon. We recently spoke with Tanya Snyder, a transportation reporter for Politico, about the ups and downs of AV policy on Capitol Hill. What is Congress doing now? Anything? Who are AV companies turning to now? LINKS: Tanya Snyder "AV industry turns away from Congress" Politico Politico Morning Transportation newsletter
Tanya Snyder, marketing specialist with the Federation of Students, goes into detail on what's behind the rebrand and name change to WUSA. There's a new website for open scholarship. And the Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo hosts a reading circle to help us all learn more about reconciliation in the university context. Links in this episode: Open Scholarship at Waterloo - https://uwaterloo.ca/open-scholarship/ Social Impact Showcase - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/social-impact-showcase-tickets-62856093267 FAUW Indigenization Reading Circle - https://uwaterloo.ca/events/events/fauw-indigenization-reading-circle
ACEC sat down with Tanya Snyder, Politico's congressional correspondent covering transportation and infrastructure issues in the House and Senate, for a frank discussion about the outlook for an infrastructure bill and recent events in Washington.
This week we welcome back Tanya Snyder of Politico Magazine for the 150th episode of Talking Headways. We discuss aviation legislation in the house of representatives including what it means for drones and whether private jets should pay more for air traffic control. We also talk about legislation on self-driving vehicles and all of the smaller details you might not have heard before including state versus federal regulations of vehicles and children’s safety.
This week we’re joined by Tanya Snyder to look back a bit on 100 episodes of the Talking Headways Podcast. We also talk about DC Metro, Moving Sidewalks, and your transportation habits when you move to a new house.
Streetsblog is on a mission to improve infrastructure for people who walk, ride a bike, or hop on a bus. Streetsblog USA covers federal transportation and land use policy, as well as trends from around the country. That’s where you can find Tanya Snyder. Tanya’s been the editor since 2010. Late in 2013, she […] The post Fixing our mean streets, with Tanya Snyder [Streetsblog USA] appeared first on Urbanism Speakeasy.
Did you go to the World Urban Forum in Medellín, Colombia last week? Neither did your hosts Jeff Wood and Tanya Snyder, but we sure found a lot to say about it anyway -- or at least, about the remarkable urban transformation that Medellín made, in the midst of war, to make the city's transportation infrastructure more equitable. But first, we talked to our very own Angie Schmitt about the Parking Madness tournament. Did she know Rochester was a winner from the moment she laid eyes on that remarkable parking crater? You'll have to listen to find out. And finally we turn to Dallas, where local activists are pressuring officials to tear down a 1.4-mile stretch of I-345 in downtown to make room for 245 acres of new development. If it happens, it would be a tremendous win for smart urban development over Eisenhower-era car-centrism. And the other big news this week is that Talking Headways podcast is now available on Stitcher! So if you're not an iTunes person, you've still got a way to subscribe. But if you are an iTunes person, by all means! Or you can follow the RSS feed. And as always, the comments section is wide open for all the witty comments we should have made but didn't think to.
It was a dark and stormy day in San Francisco and Jeff Wood stayed dry in Woonerf studios, recording the Talking Headways podcast with co-host Tanya Snyder, who was bitter that days after the spring equinox, Washington, DC, was getting hit with another snowstorm. But more importantly -- will New York's gangbusters Citi Bike system wobble due to management issues and financial problems? What can Chicago (and, oh, every other American city) do to create more affordable housing in the neighborhoods everyone wants to live in? And is the self-driving car seriously going to become a reality by the end of this decade? And is that a good thing or a bad thing? Jeff and Tanya take on all that and more. Or really, pretty much just that. Enjoy our sweet 16th episode of the Talking Headways podcast, subscribe on iTunes, follow the RSS feed, and talk at us in the comments.
Jeff Wood and Tanya Snyder are back with episode 8 of the Talking Headways podcast. We talk about the Los Angeles Metro's decision not to extend light rail all the way to LAX (and what they're doing instead), plus some analysis of what rail can really do in a city as spread-out as LA. Then we head east to Princeton, New Jersey, where we debunk the thesis that low sales of luxury condos somehow equates to a rejection of walkability. And finally, back west to Seattle, which finds itself with a similar problem to LA: how to bring more density to settled single-family areas? You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes -- and please give us a listener review while you're at it.
Jeff Wood and Tanya Snyder talk about the news of the week that most tickled us or burned us -- the BBC's exposé of anti-social design features that not-so-subtly tell us to stay away, San Francisco's brewing class war over the Google bus, and a bad decision by Cincinnati's new mayor and city council to "pause" construction of the streetcar. (Note: Watch for breaking news on that last item.) Meanwhile, I wax nostalgic for public space in Havana and Jeff laments slow progress on the Geary Boulevard BRT.