The New York Giants have called on their fans to be in all white this Monday night when Big Blue hosts the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. To get you ready for the big game, LockedOn Giant host Patricia Traina is joined by Chris "da Entertainah" Guzzo for another "Traina and Tainah" live episode in which we preview the game and answer your questions. New York Giants Call for a White Out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA Find and follow the LockedOn Giants podcast on your favorite podcast platforms:
Episode 407 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with the NFL Network's RIch Eisen.Eisen, whose daily show recently headed to Roku, talks about recently re-signing for four years with the NFL Network, what his NFL Sunday schedule is like, what he would change about the NFL and what he currently loves in the NFL. Eisen also shares his opinion on the "Monday Night Football" overlap doubleheader, Amazon Prime's presentation of "Thursday Night Football" and much more.The podcast closes with the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment with Sal Licata, from WFAN and SNY in New York. The week, Jimmy and Sal discuss DirecTV's streaming issues during Week 2, Sal laments the fact that he had to miss a recent event and Jimmy reads recent "SI Media Podcast" Apple reviews. The pair also give out their NFL Week 3 best betsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LockedOn Giants host Patricia Traina and Chris "DaEntertainah" Guzzo are back with another live show to get you ready for the Giants 2022 regular-season kickoff weekend against Tennessee. We're previewing the matchups, identiying the keys, and taking listener questions. New York Giants: Traina & 'Tainah Live https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA Find and follow the LockedOn Giants podcast on your favorite podcast platforms:
L'Italia si conferma leader nel settore biologico per quota di superficie agricola, operatori ed export. Molte – invece - le trasformazioni che riguardano i consumi interni che complessivamente si dimostrano crescita grazie al traino dei consumi extra-domestici (ristorazione commerciale e collettiva segnano un +53%) a fronte di un segno meno della componente domestica (-0,8%) e un'incidenza dei consumi bio sul totale dei consumi alimentari ancora più bassa rispetto a quanto accade nei principali paesi europei.Sono queste alcune delle evidenze contenute nell'Osservatorio Sana 2022, presentato oggi all'interno dell'evento Rivoluzione Bio 2022 in programma fino al 9 settembre presso Bologna Fiere.
Alex and Andrew join us from the Discord to talk about working on client sites and branding at Traina. How do they set up WordPress for development? What's the incentive to invest in tooling? And the benefits of using CodePen as a knowledge library for your brain.
XV ciclo di seminari della Scuola Superiore di Studi Storici (UNIRSM) La Storia Segreta (1 giugno - 29 giugno 2022) Venerdì 3 giugno 2022 > Giusto Traina (Université Paris IV-Sorbonne) - Arcana Armeniae. I romani 'scoprono' gli armeni. Visualizza la slide della lezione qui: https://bit.ly/slide-traina-armenia
Episode 391 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with The Athletic's media reporter, Richard Deitsch. Among the topics covered: Why it's become a thing to knock Bill Simmons; Is the Greg Olsen-Tom Brady-Fox Sports situation "weird?"; what the Brady-Fox Sports deal is all about; ManningCast copycats; NESN to offer its own streaming service for $29.99 a month and Al Michaels being named Emeritus at NBC Sports. We also talked about Deitsch's decision to stop tweeting on Feb. 20 and when he'll be back on the social media service. Following Deitsch, is the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment with Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York. Jimmy and Sal breakdown the surreal Tommy Pham-Joc Pederson-Mike Trout fantasy football controversy, share their thoughts on Derek Jeter joining Twitter and answer listener emails See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 389 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is an all-Traina Thoughts edition. Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy, as he does every week, to discuss a slew of sports and pop culture topics. The duo breakdown the 2022 NFL games that will be played on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, talk about a wild Phil Mickelson gambling story and reveal the worst bets they've made. In addition, Traina and Licata react to Pat Beverley's amazing quote about Chris Paul, the news that ESPN will produced a "30-for-30" on the 2000 Baltimore Ravens and the news that Netflix will air a roast of Tom Brady. They also reveal how they've navigated the the new streaming world in baseball. The podcast closes with Traina telling a story about the old Hot Clicks days and Carmen Electra. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 388 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Andrew Marchand of the "New York Post." Marchand and Traina analyze the massive sports media news that Tom Brady has signed a deal with Fox Sports to become its No. 1 NFL analyst when he retires and Marchand reiterates that he stands by his report that Brady's deal is for 10 years and $375 million. Did Troy Aikman trigger Fox to start negotiating with Brady? Why did Fox spend so much money for Brady's services? What does this mean for Fox analyst, Greg Olsen? What will Fox do until Brady retires? Other topics covered with Marchand include Amazon's plan for its "Thursday Night Football" alternate broadcasts and pre and postgame shows, F1's strong ratings, the USFL ratings and much more. Following the conversation with Marchand, Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY in New York, joins Jimmy for the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week's topics include the stupidity of baseball's unwritten rules, the success of HBO's "Winning Time," the NFL's Week 2 Monday Night doubleheader and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 49 Noam and Sheva have a deep and hilarious conversation with Michelle Traina of the Divorce Diaries Show. Michele Traina is a performer, educator, and creator of multiple performance brands that carry a thread of healing through humor. She has toured around the country from Stand up to Shakespeare. Michele earned her Masters in Educational Theatre from NYU and has her principal, supervisor, and theatre teacher certifications in the state of New Jersey. In 2013 she founded Propbox Players, a theatre company for young audiences geared towards inclusion and performance for diverse learners. Her one-woman show How to Be A Successful Teacher was in United Solo Festival in 2012 as well as multiple other performances in the tri state area. She continued her one-woman show ‘train' when she was getting divorced by putting her diary on the stage. Michele created Divorce Diaries in 2013 and it has evolved into a one-woman comedy show that laughs at life's beautiful mishaps. A Jersey Native, Michele's work has a trademark accent and physicality to it unlike anyone else. She's fiercely energetic and uses her own challenges in life to motivate and inspire her practice as an educator and performer. Michele's obsession with coffee, high kicks, and running literally everywhere. Her favorite role will always be mom to her beautiful daughter Grace.
Episode 384 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Ian Eagle from Turner Sports and CBS. The podcast closes out with the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Chris Long, host of the "Green Light Podcast" fills in for Sal Licata. Eagle previews the NBA playoffs, talks about the Brooklyn Nets bizarre season and explains what went wrong with the Lakers. He also weighs in on the "Inside the NBA" crew mocking the Timberwolves celebration after winning their play-in game, Greg Gumbel's recent "SI Media Podcast" comments on broadcasters not bringing any viewers to a telecast and the recent explosion in NFL broadcaster salaries. We also discussed the NCAA Tournament, Bill Raftery, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo and more. Following the conversation with Eagle, Long joins Jimmy for the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. This week's segment features thoughts on the story that Tom Brady and Sean Payton had a plan to join the Dolphins, the USFL, the NFL's social media trend, AppleTV's "Severance," Tiger Woods and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you've been injured, and you're in the California or Nevada area, visit https://www.psblaw.com/ or call (310) 477-1700 to get one of the attorneys with the highest settlements/earnings for his clients of all the attorneys we've ever spoken with on your side. Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP 11111 Santa Monica Blvd #700, Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 477-1700 Paul Traina is a trial attorney with Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP, focusing his practice on litigating large and complex personal injury, wrongful death and product defect cases on behalf of injured individuals and consumers in California and Nevada. Mr. Traina is a fiercely competitive litigator and experienced trial attorney who has obtained over $3 billion in verdicts and recoveries for his clients. In 2019, Mr. Traina and Lyssa Roberts obtained a $10,650,000 settlement for a man who suffered catastrophic burns as a result of an explosion due to a gas leak. After graduating from Pepperdine Law School in 1991, Mr. Traina began his career as a defense attorney at Harrington, Foxx, Dubrow and Canter where he worked on personal injury and product defect cases, trying five cases in his first four years while at the firm. Prior to joining Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP, Mr. Traina was a partner at the prestigious law firm of Engstrom Lipscomb & Lack from 1996 through 2017 where he litigated and tried cases involving class actions, personal injury, business litigation, qui tam, and securities actions on behalf of consumers and businesses. In 1998, Mr. Traina represented Fightertown U.S.A. in a securities fraud case against Robertson Stephens that resulted in a $7,000,000 jury verdict after a four-week trial. In 2006, he represented a former CEO of CarsDirect involving a wrongful termination action that resulted in a verdict for over a $5,000,000. In 2008, Mr. Traina was part of a team of lawyers that worked on the California Natural Gas Anti-Trust Cases which resulted in a settlement over $1,000,000,000 after a six week trial. He also In 2014, he represented Casablanca, a company that sold travel certificates, in a case brought against Wyndham Hotels for Breach of Contract and Fraud. After a 15-day jury trial, the jury returned a verdict for $3,500,000 and found that Wyndham was also liable for punitive damages. Mr. Traina is recognized as a Best Lawyers in America® as well as a Southern California Super Lawyer and is routinely a guest speaker and lecturer at Loyola Law School, CAALA, and Bridgeport, speaking on issues involving trial practice including Opening and Closing Arguments, Direct and Cross Examination, Depositions and Ethics. He has also been published in various legal publications which include topics involving Fiduciary Duties; Class Actions; Discovery Strategies; Qui Tam Actions and the False Claims Act. CF: https://youtu.be/QEGKajrVo9U http://www.theattorneypost.com/paul-traina-3-billion-winning-wrongful-death-attorney-and-personal-injury-litigation-expert-serving-california-nevada/
Episode 184 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Sports Illustrated writer Jimmy Traina about the impending move of Troy Aikman to join ESPN's Monday Night Football. In this podcast, Traina and Deitsch discuss the impending move, first reported by the New York Post; what the move means for ESPN and Fox; who could potentially partner with Aikman; how Fox will handle the move; what this means for Amazon's NFL interest; Al Michaels' future, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 376 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with "New York Post" sports media columnist, Andrew Marchand, about NBC's broadcast of Super Bowl LVI and all the latest sports media news. What were NBC's highlights and lowlights? How did Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth fare? Why did the game generate such a massive viewership number? During the podcast, Marchand and Traina discuss the futures of Michaels and Troy Aikman and whether "Monday Night Football" is a possibility for the duo, what is going on with Rams coach Sean McVay and broadcasting and the domino effect that will happen once Amazon fills out its Thursday Night Football booth. Marchand and Traina also covered Chris Russo's new role on First Take with Stephen A. Smith, the ManningCast spawns and much more. The podcast closes with the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY TV joins Jimmy to talk about the Super Bowl halftime show, why the Super Bowl is a rough watch for legit football fans and Stone Cold Steve Austin's possible return to the WWE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 375 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Boomer Esiason of CBS's "NFL Today" and WFAN radio in New York. With the Bengals in the Super Bowl against the Rams, the nine-year Cincinnati quarterback talks about how the franchise went from NFL laughingstock to the AFC representative in the big game, why Joe Burrow is special and the best moments in Bengals history. Esiason also talks about that AFC title game halftime show during which he and his CBS colleagues were drowned out by a concert, whether Aaron Rodgers ever reached out to him after the fake story about Rodgers boycotting the Super Bowl, calling 19 Super Bowls on radio, doing morning drive radio, his efforts to raise money for cystic fibrosis and more. Following the interview with Esiason, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York, joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. Topics covered include Super Bowl prop bets, some recent must-see documentaries and much more Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 374 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Jim Nantz, the lead NFL play-by-play man for CBS. Nantz talks about the wild ending to the Niners-Cowboys wild-card playoff game that he called and how he handles a confusing finish like that. He also reveals his favorite stadiums to work in and the NFL quarterback who he thinks would be a slam dunk success if he does into broadcasting. Other topics covered by Nantz include why he likes wearing the official CBS blazer, his partnership with Tony Romo, memories of John Madden and much more. Following the roundtable, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York, joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. Topics covered include how we they did on preseason NFL predictions, the frustration with wild-card weekend, Sal's beef with people who tweet their Wordle results and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 373 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Richard Deitsch, who hosts the "Sports Media Podcast" and writes for The Athletic. Deitsch talks about the business of podcasting, what makes a good podcast and what should be important to podcast hosts. We also discussed a variety of sports media stories including the ratings for the Georgia-Alabama college football national title game, what scheduling changes college football should make, why the NFL is set up to have a super strong postseason in terms of viewership and what we expect to happen with Amazon's production of "Thursday Night Football." Following the roundtable, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York, joins Jimmy for their weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. Topics covered include the NFL's schedule switch for wild-card weekend, legalized sports betting coming to New York, "Cobra Kai," Wordle and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today's guest is Kiersten Traina. She is a part of the central operation team as the Director of Foster Care, Kinship and Adoption for Redemption Church. Every other year, all ten congregations include Foster Care, Kinship and Adoption ministry as a part of their Christmas offering. In this episode, we talk about how this ministry is a long-standing part of Redemption's vision and DNA.During this episode we talk about: growing up in Montana her dad's work ethic and support and how it shaped her how having a stable, loving family prepared her to work in foster care the funeral that introduced her to East Valley Bible Church (Redemption Gilbert) her and her husband (a chef) opening and owning Liberty Market in Gilbert is Liberty Market a “christian restaurant”? how she semi-accidentally became the Director of Foster Care, Kinship & Adoption at Redemption a snapshot of Foster Care, Kinship & Adoption ministry - support groups, orientations, trainings Is there a typical foster care situation? the many ways you can be involved in supporting families besides fostering a child
Episode 366 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is an all-Traina Thoughts edition. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY talk about the new Hulu documentary, "Janet," which goes in-depth on the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show with Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake and the infamous wardrobe malfunction. What did the doc do well? What was the most frustrating aspect of the doc? What are the biggest takeaways from the doc? Who was the biggest villain in the entire scandal? In addition, Jimmy and Sal talk about how it's enough with the Detroit Lions playing on Thanksgiving, what new tradition the NFL needs to start on Thanksgiving weekend and how we squeeze in the games while also trying to deal with family on the holiday. Jimmy and Sal also reveal their favorite Thanksgiving dishes, the truth about turkey and the key to stuffing. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 365 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Kenny Mayne. The longtime ESPN personality talks about his May departure from the World Wide Leader after 27 years there. Months later, how does he feel about what went down, does he have regrets revealing that ESPN asked him to take a 61 percent pay cut and how weird was it to do shows after announcing he was leaving. He also discusses how he navigated being political on social media while trying to follow ESPN's guidelines and which tweets got him in trouble during his time at the company. Mayne also gives us an update on what he's doing now and what he will do going forward, whether a sports-themed type of "Daily Show" can work, how he's doing with bitcoin, what he told Aaron Rodgers after the Packers quarterback got Covid and much more. The podcast closes with the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY talk about big news for Sal, Steph Curry getting "MVP" chants on the road, the Tom Brady docuseries, "Man In the Arena," the new, in-season edition of "Hard Knocks" and Episode 4 of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Henry Ruggs tragedy and its impact on the Las Vegas Raiders is our topic to kick off our show as we look at it from a humanistic point of view. What does it say about culture, if anything, and why people who blame any of it on where it happened - in Las Vegas - are part of the problem. We then focus solely on football as we welcome long-time New York Giants writer Patricia Traina who also hosts the Locked On Giants podcast. Traina talks about the Giants' struggle with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and whether or not Daniel Jones is a true franchise quarterback. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 362 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features an interview with NFL Super Bowl champion Chris Long. The former Ram, Patriot and Eagle, who currently hosts the Green Light Podcast and is a host on Amazon Prime's Thursday Night Football pregame show, talks about a recent trip to Vegas, why it's bad to gamble on Saturdays, the best NFL matchup of the season, appearing on the ManningCast, Tom Brady giving us a lot of personality post Bill Belichick and much more. Following Long, is the weekly Traina Thoughts segment with Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York. Topics covered include college football's ridiculous overtime rules, whether there is any buzz for the Braves-Astros World Series, the season premiere of “Curb Your Enthusiasm and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 165 of the Sports Media Podcast features three guests. First up is ESPN reporter and Utah Jazz analyst Holly Rowe. She is followed by Jimmy Traina, a writer/producer for Sports Illustrated and the host of the SI Media Podcast. He is followed by Ivan Maisel, the vice president of editorial and a senior Writer for On3. Maisel's newest book is “I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief, and Love,” which is about his late son, Max. In this podcast, Rowe discusses has she landed the Jazz broadcasting job and what her role is on the broadcast; the challenges of navigating multiple jobs across multiple networks; what her college football access has been in 2021; getting coaches after games amid the crowd scrum; how she viewed the WNBA's season and the cable and broadcast placement of the Finals and more. Traina and Deitsch discuss what Amazon Prime's NFL exclusivity will mean for viewers next year; Traina's interview with Steve Levy and Levy's thoughts on the Manning Megcast; how the Mannings would do if the roles were switched with the main broadcast; what we expect from World Series viewership; whether people should care about the Sunday Night Baseball booth; why Traina is not a fan of the Red Zone fan at all; whether other sports media podcasts are competition or additive; WWE vs. AEW and more. Maisel discusses his new role with on3.com; why he wanted to write about his son; what he learned about grief through his writing; how much of his writing on Max he showed his family prior to publication; how his family processed Max's death; whether he wants to know more about Max's final days; the end of his ESPN tenure; the challenges of promoting a book during a pandemic and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Entrevista com Fabiana Amaro Traina - Esp. em Açúcar e Etanol pela Mesa Agro da Terra Investimentos sobre Mercado do Açúcar e Etanol
Episode 357 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews, First up is AEW wrestler, Bryan Danielson, who was formally known in WWE as Daniel Bryan. The fan favorite talks about why he decided to join AEW after spending so many years in WWE, what he's most looking forward to doing in AEW, his relationship with Vince McMahon and McMahon being overly protective of him. Danielson also talks about why one particular night in his WWE career was so special to him, what he makes of the AEW vs. WWE narrative and much more. Following Danielson, Andrew Marchand, sports media columnist for the "New York Post," joins the podcast. Marchand and Traina discuss the success of the Peyton and Eli Manning alternate "Monday Night Football" telecast, Al Michaels joining Amazon to call Thursday Night Football, the return of Gus Johnson to the NFL and much more. Following Marchand is the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY read the latest "SI Media Podcast" reviews on Apple, talk about about the NFL's taunting rule, why Sal hates laptops and much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 354 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with sports reporter Ben Strauss of the "Washington Post." Strauss breaks down all aspects of the wild Bishop Sycamore story that unfolded this week. The high school football team played a game on ESPN, but it quickly became apparent that something was clearly off with the non-competitive team. How did this happen? Why did this happen? What are ramifications? Who is to blame? Strauss explains it all. Following Strauss is the SI Media Podcast's weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY discuss what happened with the Mets this week, J.R. Smith returning to college and taking us along for the journey, movies we haven't seen that we should've seen, gambling and more. Jimmy also reads the latest Apple Podcast reviews on the show. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
If you're hoping to secure major gifts or if you've got a major gift campaign on the horizon, don't do anything without a well-written case statement. In this episode, Dr. Lou Traina examines the case statement, from the research to the writing to the graphic representation. Plus, Dr. Traina gives you the one thing that your case must have for you to be successful with major gifts. It is eye-opening!
Episode 350 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with versatile play-by-play man, Ian Eagle. The CBS and Turner Sports broadcaster talks about the possibility of becoming Turner's lead NBA voice now that the job is open thanks to Marv Albert's retirement. Would Eagle have any scheduling issues if he got the gig since he also calls Brooklyn Nets games locally in New York and the NFL on CBS? Eagle also reveals whether the play-by-play job for "Thursday Night Football" on Amazon appeals to him. Eagle also shares a tremendous story about Tom Brady shaming him for a poor eating and drinking decision, does spot-on imitations of Bill Raftery and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo, comes clean about being addicted to TikTok and clears up some of his controversial food habits. Following the interview with Eagle, Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY joins the podcast for the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment, during which we discuss the upcoming season of "Hard Knocks," Netflix's documentary on the "Malice at the Palace," Gus Johnson returning to the NFL and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Russell and David Harrison host your Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast bringing you news, analysis and everything between as it pertains to the NFL and the WFT. Five times every week, get all you need pertaining to your team, every day. Patricia Traina of the Locked On Giants Podcast joins David to give WFT fans a season preview and update ahead of preseason action. The biggest storylines, additions, losses, and NFL Draft class impacts are all part of the discussion. Traina also gives her opinion of what's going on with the Washington Football Team franchise, sounds off about head coach Ron Rivera, and predicts where the New York Giants will stack up against the NFC East. Traina is also the author of "The Big 50: New York Giants: The Men and Moments that Made the New York Giants" Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 349 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Bryan Curtis of "The Ringer." The writer and co-host of "The Pressbox Pod" talks about a recent article he wrote about longtime Dallas broadcaster, Dale Hansen and the death of the local news sportscaster. Curtis also discusses how ESPN's problem with "NBA Countdown" got exposed during the Rachel Nichols-Maria Taylor controversy, why ESPN did not get its white whale in the new "Monday Night Football" deal with Peyton Manning, the low Olympics ratings and viewers' gripes NBC's coverage, Charles Barkley's freedom, Siskel and Ebert and much more. Following the interview with Curtis, Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY joins the podcast for the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment, during which he discussed the worst time on the sports calendar, the viciousness of TikTok and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're back after a beach vacation and a shuffling of podcast guests with our NFC East Division preview. Joined by one of my best friends and great football mind Peter Traina to talk all things NFC East. Follow Pete on twitter @pietrobets for his gambling plays this season!
Episode 348 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with broadcaster Lindsay Czarniak, who will be part of NBC's Olympics coverage. Czarniak talks about her daily Olympics show "On Her Turf," what she's most excited to see at the 2021 Summer Games and whether things could be dicey in Tokyo because of Covid. Czarniak also talks about the progress women have made in sports media, her experiences working at a variety of sports media companies and the Rachel Nichols-Maria Taylor situation Following the interview with Czarniak, Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY joins the podcast for the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segments. Topics covered this week include Tom Brady's jokes at the White House, the new Peyton Manning-Eli Manning "Monday Night Football" show on ESPN2, Giannis' post-NBA Finals order at Chick-Fil-A, the worst songs of all time and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 347 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with "New York Post" sports media columnist, Andrew Marchand. Marchand breaks down all aspects of the Maria Taylor-Rachel Nichols controversy, gives the scoop on where everything currently stands with Taylor's future and explains what ESPN did wrong in this situation. We also talked about Stephen A. Smith's offensive comments about Angels star, Shohei Ohtani, why and how they happened and Smith's apologies. Other topics discussed with Marchand include the rumors that Apple TV may get NFL Sunday Ticket, whether some media outlets will try to keep broadcasters off the road to save money and much more. Following Marchand is the weekly "Traina Thoughts" segment. Traina and Sal Licata of WFAN and SNY, discuss Major League Baseball getting rid two awful rules, while considering a new rules change. Other topics in the "Traina Thoughts" segment include Giannis' NBA finals performance, WWE back on the road and James Gandolfini being offered a job on "The Office." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Trainstation SubArt je stičišče in center kranjske urbane, nekomercialne, alternativne ter mladinske kulture. Njihovo delovanje je zelo raznoliko - od koncertov, festivalov, ustvarjalnih delavnic, fotografskih in slikarskih razstav, mednarodnih projektov, posebna je tudi umetniško - grafitarsko ozaljšana stavba in notranji rolkarski poligon, in seveda, predvsem so podpora mladim kreativcem. Tokrat v Gymnasiumu gostimo mlade, ki jim je ekipa Traina nudila dragoceno podporo in služila kot odskočna deska za njihovo ustvarjanje. Oddajo pripravlja in vodi Liana Buršič
El preparador de Olavarría "Pancho" Traina dialogó con Recta Final por Radio Sapiens 102.7 del dial. Nos comento de como afronta los trabajos en su taller, con los autos de Ciprés, Cepeda, Alvarez y Rojas pensando en este fin de semana. También nos comentó del posible piloto de la Monomarca 1100 que se puede sumar en las próximas fechas. Dale Play a esta entrevista en el programa de las 13 hs. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victor-j-martinez/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victor-j-martinez/support
Episode 344 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Sports Illustrated Executive Editor/Senior Writer, author and "60 Minutes" correspondent, Jon Wertheim. Wertheim has a new book out, "Glory Days: The Summer of 1984 and the 90 Days That Changed Sports and Culture Forever." During the podcast, we discussed several topics covered in the book including the animosity filled relationship between Bobby Knight and Charles Barkley, the NBA Finals between the Celtics and Lakers that saw a referee pass out because of the oppressive heat inside Boston Garden, Donald Trump destroying the USFL and much more. Wertheim also talks about David Stern and Vince McMahon recognizing the importance of cable back in 1984 and explains how Cyndi Lauper's involvement in the then-WWF led to the birth of WrestleMania. Other events from 1984 that we discussed on the podcast include the release of "Karate Kid," Michael Jackson's Victory Tour and more. Following Wertheim, we debut a new Traina Thoughts segment for the podcast as Traina shares a few topics that are on his mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Benvenuto su Radio Antares Vision. In questo podcast vediamo come innovazione e digitalizzazione siano nuovi fattori di successo per il settore cosmetico. Buon ascolto!
The Council of American Ambassadors was delighted to host Ambassador Trevor Traina, recently returned from Austria. Ambassador Traina served as Ambassador to Austria from 2018 to 2021 - the same position held by his grandfather, Ambassador Wiley Buchanan, from 1975 to 1977. During his service, Ambassador Traina dealt with terrorism and the coronavirus pandemic. He discussed these and his other experiences as Amassador.
En librairie le 19 mars 2021 et sur https://www.lesbelleslettres.com/livre/4426-histoire-incorrecte-de-rome. Rome et le monde romain comme on ne vous les a pas racontés, et comme les manuels ne peuvent pas les raconter.
Episode 336 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is Bryan Curtis, Editor-At-Large for The Ringer. Curtis talks about a recent article he wrote that connect Brent Musburger's firing from CBS in 1990, which elevated Jim Nantz as the network's lead voice, to Nantz's current contract situation with CBS. Curtis also discusses the NFL asking networks for a 100 percent rights fee increase on their TV deals, why announcers don't matter as much as we think and much more. Following Curtis, Alan Sepinwall, the cheif TV critic for 'Rolling Stone" joins the podcast to share some television recommendations for listeners. In addition, Sepinwall and Traina discuss "Your Honor," "Ted Lasso," "Young Rock" and "Schitt's Creek." Sepinwall also shares his thoughts on this week's Golden Globe Awards and gives us her personal picks for some of the categories. Lastly, Sepinwall, who wrote the book, "The Sopranos Sessions" talks about how many people watched the smash HBO show for the first time during the pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the offseason and it's the perfect time to go out and acquire some players for your dynasty roster. Peter Traina (@pietrobets) joins the show to break down some buy lows, buy highs, and some middle of the pack guys to go after to fill out your rosters. Make sure to rate, review and subscribe! Check out the all new NFL Draft Bible over at si.com/nfl/draft
The guest on Episode 335 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is Darren Rovell, the Senior Executive Producer for the Action Network. The main focus of the episode is the explosion in the trading cards business. From why the boom happened, whether it will last to the process of getting cards graded and selling them for profit, Rovell goes in-depth on explaining many of the aspects of the current trading card craze. He also explains that people are buying and selling more than cards. Game tickets, VCR tapes and checks are also in high demand. In addition to discussing the trading card world, Rovell and Traina also talk about the Super Bowl streaker who claims he won $375,000 on a $50,000 bet and the possibility of Twitter adding a pay service. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with Veteran NYC Jazz Clarinetist Joe Traina .. We caught up with him on Inauguration Day 2021 to talk about his latest 2021 CD Tip of the Hat, COVID-19 and his life in music .. He has kept jazz bands of various sizes together and working extensively in the New York-New Jersey metro area since 1990. His groups have appeared all over New York .. Dig his story .. Click here to listen.Neon Jazz is a radio program airing since 2011. Hosted by Joe Dimino and Engineered by John Christopher in Kansas City, Missouri giving listeners a journey into one of America's finest inventions. Take a listen on KCXL (102.9 FM / 1140 AM) out of Liberty, MO. Listen to KCXL on Tunein Radio at http://tunein.com/radio/Neon-Jazz-With-Joe-Dimino-p381685/. You can now catch Neon Jazz on KOJH 104.7 FM out of the Mutual Musicians Foundation from Noon - 1 p.m. CST Monday-Friday at https://www.kojhfm.org/. Check us out at All About Jazz @ https://kansascity.jazznearyou.com/neon-jazz.php. For all things Neon Jazz, visit http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/
“Biomimicry is a practice that learns from and mimics the strategies found in nature to solve human design challenges — and find hope along the way.” This is the introduction on the Biomimicry Institute’s website. “The goal of biomimicry,” they continue, “is to create products, processes, and policies — new ways of living — that solve our greatest design challenges sustainably and in solidarity with all life on earth.” Biomimicry is just as much physics and engineering as it is biology. Plus, it’s solving real challenges in our world while also encouraging entrepreneurship. In this episode, find out how bringing biomimicry into the classroom can bring Physics Alive.Show notesExamples of biomimicry discussed in this episodeClassic biomimicry example– The kingfisher and the bullet trainA newer biomimicry example– The mantis shrimp, Helicoid industries, and impact resistant compositesYouth Design Challenge winner– The Texas Horned Lizard and the moist brickSee their video pitchGlobal Design Challenge finalist– Emulating mycorrhizal networks to increase food access to vulnerable populations Resources mentioned in the episodeYouth Design Challenge - for middle and high school studentshttps://youthchallenge.biomimicry.org/Global Design Challenge - for university students and young professionalshttps://biomimicry.org/globaldesignchallenge/Online database and search engine of over 1700 biological strategieshttps://asknature.org/Biomimicry design curriculum for high schoolhttps://biomimicry.org/biomimicry-and-science-hs-curriculum/Biomimicry toolboxhttps://toolbox.biomimicry.org/And many more educator resources:https://biomimicry.org/education/The three essential elements of biomimicryIt emulates something in natureDeep sustainability mindsetReconnecting to natureQuestions? Reach out to email@example.com Todays's GuestsRosanna AyersRosanna directs the Youth Design Challenge and the development of resources and programs to support educator interactions with the Biomimicry Institute. As a Science Coordinator, Rosanna supported the implementation of Next Generation Science Standards in 20 school districts. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a classroom educator, a college instructor and a county office administrator for science. Rosanna holds a K-8 Teaching Credential along with a supplemental authorization for Business in Secondary education. Rosanna has a bachelor’s in International Business, a Masters in Educational Leadership and School Development and an Administrative Credential for K-12 education. Michelle GravesMichelle is responsible for maintaining, expanding, and improving the Global Design Challenge and Launchpad programs of The Biomimicry Institute. Introducing people to the natural world, helping them understand the interconnectedness of living systems, and inspiring them to value a healthy planet has been her lifelong passion. Michelle holds a bachelor’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology, and a master’s degree in marine biology.
Michele does some stand up, discuses divorce hot topics, trending with Traina, and we hear from The Greek about Valentine's Day and his attitude for this year. #divorcediaries #divorce #divorcediariesshow #singlemom #dating #comedy #standupcomedy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/divorcediaries/support
Pandemic hairstyles are in! Rob Traina from Salon 3028 gives us the breakdown of the most popular and unique hairstyles he has seen since the pandemic started, and you'll never believe what hairstyle is coming back into style!
Episode 124 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is Sports Illustrated writer Jimmy Traina, the host of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast. In this podcast Traina and Deitsch discuss the state of NFL broadcasting; ESPN’s Monday Night Football booth and what will happen next; whether an Amazon or Netflix would ever get a standalone NFL package. the challenges of a hosting a niche podcast; interviewing people from the wrestling world, Peyton Manning as a broadcaster, WWE vs. AEW, and much more. He is followed by Jane McManus, the Director of the Marist's Center for Sports Communication, a Deadspin sports columnist and former ESPN staffer. She is the co-host of “Ladies Room” podcast with Julie DiCaro. McManus discusses the coverage of college football during the pandemic and the trouble she has with it; why she feels how the young people in her program look at sports journalism; what she thinks ESPN is now after the latest round of the layoffs; journalism at ESPN; and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Big episode this week! Joined by Luke Sawhook (follow Luke on Twitter @lukesawhook) to talk about players we think are poised to break out in 2021. At the end of the show Peter Traina joins us as always to give four picks that he's hot on for the WEEK 15 slate of NFL games. Be sure to check out my latest written content over at NFLDraftBible.com, and follow @NFLDraftBible on Twitter.
FANTASY PLAYOFFS ARE UPON US! Peter Traina and Joey Seagraves both join the show to talk players who helped us get to the playoffs, hurt us on the way to the playoffs, and more! We wrap up the show with Pete coming back on to give a handful of his picks for the WEEK 14 slate of games. Make sure to rate, review and subscribe!
As the regular season winds down we talk a handful of players that I am interested in trying to acquire with an eye towards 2021. After that, Pete Traina joins the show to talk through some of his picks and plays for the slate of games in WEEK 13 of the 2020 NFL Season.
Veramente interessante e godibile, per infiniti motivi, è la lettura di questo Nuovo Vocabolario Siciliano-Italiano di Antonino Traina, che naturalmente tanto nuovo non è più, almeno per quanto riguarda i termini italiani. Edito per la prima volta nel 1868, venne presentato al “Concorso nazionale per il migliore vocabolario dialettale”, bandito nel 1890 dal Ministero della […]
A couple new faces have popped up on the Wisconsin cranberry scene! John Potter and Willie Traina have launched American Berry Company in Warrens. Pam talks with Traina about the company and where it's headed. Farm women across 20 different states are celebrating 10 years of conversations with consumers about where their food comes from. Common Ground is driven by volunteer farmers - 10 of which are in Wisconsin. Pam's got Lauren Biegel, a MN farm woman, explaining how these conversations go. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing is keeping an eye on the markets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Anastasia Traina is a playwright, screenwriter, and botanical artist. Recently, her illustrations were published in the children’s book, BITSY and RAFF written by David Caudle highlighting the power of friendship and inclusion. She is a member of the American Society of Botanical Art, the Tri-State Botanical Artists of NYBG, the Writer’s Guild of America and the Dramatists Guild of America. Information about children's book BITSY and RAFF: http://bitsyandraff.com/?fbclid=IwAR3h50iRhqT1OhN6wZFtKAvZV-Bmmuts5r7rdsbNuIyDNFcmrrIzkfATNVM Holiday cards by Anastasia Traina: https://www.etsy.com/shop/afunnybunnypicture Instagram @afunnybunnypicture https://www.berkshireeagle.com/archives/anastasia-traina-fairy-tale-world-takes-root-at-the-garden/article_3f41030a-122b-5f39-8504-4aa6b25b9dd5.html https://www.berkshirebotanical.org/anastasia-traina --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antoinette-lavecchia/support
We're halfway through the 2020 NFL Season, and it's the perfect time to check in on some takes we had in the offseason or earlier this year. Joined again by great friend Peter Traina! Make sure to rate, review and subscribe!
Joined by good friend of the podcast Peter Traina to go through a FULL recap of WEEK 1 of the 2020 NFL Season. Make sure to rate, review & subscribe to the podcast - and maybe suggest it to a friend who you think might like it as well!
EPISODE 67: THE TRAINWRECK The St. Louis Blues have exited the 2020 NHL Playoffs in a fiery collapse. Tom and Wags evaluate what went wrong and where these Blues go from here, including where Vladimir Tarasenko goes from here: full recovery, traded away, or the Physically Unable to Perform list. Then, the guys bring on Hold The Mayo's Alex "The Trainwreck" Traina to discuss which team(s) Blues fans should be supporting the rest of the playoffs. NOTE: Audio issues with Wags' audio are rectified by the 10 minute mark. Our apologies, we had some recording issues with Zoom tonight. Twitter: http://twitter.com/bluenotespod Facebook: http://facebook.com/bluenotespod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC13c2xO5wGfWm6ljUl-jKkA Apparel: http://bluenotes.whatforapparel.com Find out more at https://bluenotes-podcast.pinecast.co
EPISODE 67: THE TRAINWRECK The St. Louis Blues have exited the 2020 NHL Playoffs in a fiery collapse. Tom and Wags evaluate what went wrong and where these Blues go from here, including where Vladimir Tarasenko goes from here: full recovery, traded away, or the Physically Unable to Perform list. Then, the guys bring on Hold The Mayo's Alex "The Trainwreck" Traina to discuss which team(s) Blues fans should be supporting the rest of the playoffs. **NOTE: Audio issues with Wags' audio are rectified by the 10 minute mark. Our apologies, we had some recording issues with Zoom tonight.** Twitter: http://twitter.com/bluenotespod Facebook: http://facebook.com/bluenotespod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC13c2xO5wGfWm6ljUl-jKkA Apparel: http://bluenotes.whatforapparel.com
Discussing the Impact of the Pandemic on the Management of Lung, Breast, Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Cancers — Part 2: Interview with Dr Traina on the following topics: Treatment of breast cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic (00:00) Case (Dr Traina): A woman in her mid-60s receiving treatment for HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer tests positive for COVID-19 (19:30) Case (Dr Traina): A woman in her early 50s with triple-negative breast cancer experiences severe symptoms with COVID-19 (26:09) Effect of the pandemic on palliative care; novel agents and management approaches for patients with COVID-19 (32:05) Patterns of cancer treatment during the pandemic (37:28) Role of telemedicine in the monitoring and care of patients with cancer (43:08) CME information and select publications
Peter Traina joins the show this week to break down likes, dislikes, values, busts and everything else in both the AFC and NFC East. Please continue to support the podcast any way that you can! Rate, review and subscribe!
“This is Masergy 3.0,” says Masergy’s Chief Marketing Officer Becky Carr. In this podcast Carr joins Terry Traina, Masergy’s Chief Technology Officer in a special podcast from the Cloud Communications Alliance and TR Publications as we learn about new offerings and a new point of view from Masergy on SD-WAN. Traina walks us through this week’s announcements: Masergy’s next generation SD-WAN, key elements of Masergy’s portfolio launch and a new approach to service level agreements. Carr discusses how Masergy’s plans to go to market with these new offerings through a new partner program. We hear about new opportunities and new user needs. Carr and Traina discuss how Masergy closely monitors customer and channel needs and remarks, and how the company’s new SD-WAN, updated portfolio, and new service level agreements are driven by customer and channel needs. Visit www.masergy.com
Visionary Days, di cui Carmelo Traina ne è presidente, è un incontro dove in un unico giorno, in contemporanea in tutta Italia, centinaia di giovani si incontrano per affrontare i cambiamenti in corso e dare forma al futuro. L'ultimo evento, "QualeFuturo", è stato un appuntamento straordinario il 13 giugno 2020: una maratona web con 400 giovani collegati e un dialogo su quattro temi fondamentali per l'Italia dei giovani che riparte, per comporre un manifesto finale, consegnato alla fine dei lavori a tutti i partecipanti sottoforma di libro. Tra gli ospiti d'eccezione della giornata il Presidente Sergio Mattarella e Alberto Angela.
Peter Wilson joins us once again for the podcast. This time he will be doing the interviewing! Peter interviews Penny Traina, the CEO and Executive Director of the Columbiana County Port Authority.We learn about what this often misunderstood entity does, how it's organized, and how it's financed. We also learn about Penny's interesting career path that led her to this position. Penny also shares with us her top 5 favorite places to visit.
In questa puntata del podcast, Eugenio parla con Carmelo di Visionary Days, di organizzazione di eventi, di Intelligenza Artificiale ed altri interessanti argomenti. L'OSPITE Siciliano fuori Sicilia. Prima attivista studentesco, poi attivista giovanile, oggi attivista sociale e, più in generale, attivo. Da cinque anni lavora in ambito marketing e comunicazione, di cui ultimi due nel team global di Talent Garden. Nel 2017 ha co-fondato Visionary Days, di cui è Presidente. I TEMI 00:57 - Cosa sono i Visionary Days? 02:03 - Le origini e la nascita del format 07:30 - Come si crea un libro in tempo reale grazie all'Intelligenza Artificiale 13:06 - Com'è integrata l'IA 15:14 - Quando Eugenio ha incontrato Carmelo 18:45 - Come trovano gli speaker 21:38 - La necessità di dibattito tra giovani 26:43 - Chi sono i Visionari 28:13 - Le complessità dell'organizzazione di un evento così grande 35:50 - Come monetizzare i VD 37:54 - Come brevettare eventi e algoritmi 39:46 - Collaborazione con Nestlè 40:43 - Come trovare e gestire partnership di alto livello 46:15 - L'evento come ispirazione per un'agenda di governo 50:58 - Il paradosso dei giovani nullafacenti 55:15 - Cos'è Fermarsi 58:03 - L'impatto di COVID19 sull'evento 1:00:28 - Cosa è successo nell'edizione 2019 1:04:16 - Come funziona l'edizione 2020 1:05:59 - Come si costruisce un team su 5 città 1:07:48 - Le ritualità di Carmelo prima dell'evento 1:12:56 - Un consiglio per chi sta organizzando eventi 1:15:58 - Il futuro di Visionary 1:18:09 - Che cosa avresti fatto se non avessi fatto VD? 1:20:57 - Beyond Business Questions (BBQ) LINK UTILI Visionary Days Visionary Days 2019 - Playlist su Spotify TED OGR Tim Berners-Lee Talent Garden FCA - sviluppo sostenibile Black Mirror Articolo di La Stampa Allerta Meteo Novembre 2019 A New Error, Moderat Attraverso i muri, Marina Abramovich DISCLAIMER: acquistando presso i link soprastanti, una parte della vostra spesa (inclusa nel prezzo, senza maggiorazione) ci viene riconosciuta da Amazon a titolo di commissione. Se ti è piaciuta la puntata, condividila con un amico! Per rimanere aggiornato sui nuovi episodi e tutti i nostri progetti seguici su Instagram, Facebook e LinkedIn. CREDITS Chiacchierata di Eugenio Massini Produzione di Alexander Maffei Design di Danilo Lapenna Sketch di David Cinnella --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondbusiness/message
Telegram si è finalmente mostrata collaborativa con AGCOM e le forze dell'ordine nel rimuovere quei canali aperti che quotidianamente diffondono riviste, giornali e libri in pdf a diverse decine di migliaia di iscritti. Ma perché è così difficile perseguire questi illeciti? Ne ho parlato con l'avv. Riccardo Traina Chiarini che segue la cosa per conto di alcuni editori. // --
Stephen Traina-Dorge is a social documentarian, and the founder of Face of Indawgyi. Between skateboarding sessions and his interest in musical instruments, chat with him about the history of jazz or the mystery of Thanaka! Listen to his journey from growing up in New Orleans and graduating in sociology to documenting cultural heritage in Myanmar and creating a social impact organisation at Indawgyi Lake, in the far north of Myanmar. Expect to find him empowering more local communities in the country. Face of Indawgyi is a community-focussed social enterprise set up in the remote hinterland of Kachin state in northern Myanmar. It's working towards bringing about significant change in the myriad communities in and around Indawgyi Lake - the largest freshwater lake in Myanmar and an UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Visit their website Follow them on Instagram Like their Facebook page Watch their Vimeo feed Witness their work on educational opportunities, cultural preservation, environmental conservation, and local business development. Soak in the tranquility while sipping on local beers and slurping noodle soups. Visit and explore the region with their thoughtfully designed excursions that will benefit the local families directly. Enjoy an array of activities that include hiking, shrimping, mountain biking, kayaking, jungle cooking, and bird watching. You can also visit the village distillery for homegrown spirits, and admire Kachin textiles at the weaving workshops. Face of Myanmar is a photo documentary project that showcases the life and style of the diverse populace of Myanmar from the remote villages to the bustling cities. Learn about the use of Thanaka, which is emblematic of the contemporary fabric of Myanmar society. Visit the website Follow the project on Instagram Like their Facebook page Also mentioned in this episode:American Center, Yangon Bamar Blue Temple Bureo Burma Bike Partnership Byron Hartzler Calvin Wang Chile Fine Art Institute, Chicago Flora and Fauna International Holystoked Hopin Ian Hayes Inle Lake Indawgyi Lake Indawgyi Wetland Education Center Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary Indonesia Inn Chit Thu Irawaddy river Jingpo Kachin Independence Army Kachin liquor Kachin state Katha Katrina Loktak Lake Lon Ton Mark Shortt Mohnyin Myanmar Skate Association Myitkyina Nagaland Naypyitaw Nam Mun New Orleans Noreban Pa'O Patrick Compton Pinnya Tagar Academy Pushing Myanmar Raphaël Monnier Sa Ba Street Food Tours Shan state Shan Ni Shar Lae Phyu Shwedagon Pagoda Sicily Sule Pagoda Sut Mai Aung Thanaka Thanaka Museum, Bagan Thanyanthiri region Tura UC Berkeley USAID US Embassy Yangon Yunnan ******* Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8 Music by Nordgroove from Fugue Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio LibraryMiles Beyond by Quincas Moreira Bonos by Coyote Hearing All photographs courtesy of Face of Indawgyi, unless otherwise stated
Die heutige Episode im Gründer&Zünder Podcast ist eine Sonderausgabe. Es ist ein Mitschnitt der Entrepreneurship Mentorship Session, einem exklusiven Treffen mit dem US-Botschafter in Österreich, Trevor Traina. Streng auf Einladung und in kleiner Gruppen von nur etwa 50 Personen hat der Botschafter sein Wissen aus seinen fünf Firmen, die er gegründet hat, geteilt. Er war vor seiner diplomatischen Tätigkeit erfolgreicher Unternehmer mit mehreren Exits. Er ist auf du und du mit den VC und Gründer-Größen im Silicon Valley. Er bringt immer wieder einige von ihnen nach Wien. Er unterstützt auch das Austria to Austin Programm, und vieles mehr für und mit der Startup Community. Der Botschafter berichtet über: seine 5 Firmen, die 4 Exits und die essenziellen Erfolgs-Skills von Gründern. Er erzählt von dem Moment in seiner ersten Firma, als er im Auto am Parkplatz saß und nicht mehr weiter wusste, weil das Geld ausging und er in wenigen Wochen allen 45 MitarbeiterInnen kündigen müsste. Und er erzählt, was für ein “Wunder” dann geschah. Er spricht auch über Firmenkultur, warum er meint, als Gründer sollte man gewisse Infos nicht mit seinen Mitarbeitern teilen, und vieles mehr. Links - erwähnt in dieser Episode: Austria to Austin Programm - https://austriastartups.3daystartup.org/ Gründer & Zünder findest du auch auf:Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes, Google Podcasts, iOS App, Android AppSuche einfach nach “Gründer Zünder” oder “Kandler” Wenn dir Gründer&Zünder gefällt, bewerte ihn auf deiner Podcast-Plattform. Keep up that startup spirit!