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B.S. With Friends!
#78 It‘s Such A Beautiful Day

B.S. With Friends!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 71:09


Friends! It's so lovely to be with you once again, on such a wonderful beautiful day. This week your buds discuss Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving plans, the current legal battle between Quentin Tarantino and Miramax over NFTs (spoilers, both sides suck), and the continuing evolution of a new era of WarnerMedia including them doing something...good?? and...helpful maybe?? From there we get deep into the existential, universal, and enrapturing animated film from Don Hertzfeldt, It's Such A Beautiful Day.

Wharton Business Radio Highlights
WarnerMedia CFO on the Growth of Connected TV Content, Subscribers

Wharton Business Radio Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 8:30


WarnerMedia CFO Jennifer Biry talks to Dan Loney about WarnerMedia's growth in 2021 - and how content, like that on HBO Max, will continue to fuel growth into the future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Reasons I'm Broke
#483 - MultiVersus Announcement

The Reasons I'm Broke

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 89:12


In Ep. 483, Matt and I cover the MultiVersus announcement, Kathleen Kennedy's renewal, Ridley Scott's superhero comments, and more! FOLLOW/SUPPORT MATT: @madnerdotcom (Instagram) @madner (Facebook) As always, we appreciate your constructive Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions. You can also leave us an audio question on SpeakPipe. Thank you for the continued love and support! Enjoy the show. Daniel Podcast Awards 2019 || Games & Hobbies (Winner) Podcast Awards 2017 - 2018, 2020 - 2021 || Games & Hobbies (Nominated) Official Site FOLLOW US: - Twitter | @ReasonsImBroke and @TRIBPod - Instagram- Pinterest- Tumblr - Discord Lounge - YouTube Channel SUBSCRIBE:Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Stitcher / iHeartRadio / TuneIn / Overcast SUPPORT THE POD: Getting $1's worth of entertainment and information each month? Support us on Patreon or visit our TeePublic storefront! SPREAD THE WORD: If you're enjoying the show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and a review! Each one helps new Brokettes discover the podcast. Donate to Hero Initiative to help comic creators in need. CREDITS: Opening/Closing Jingles - Alex Scott Show Logo By - Jeff Quigley

Sway
What the Metaverse Sounds Like to Hans Zimmer

Sway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 35:50


Hans Zimmer has spent his career scoring cinematic worlds, from the ancient Rome of “Gladiator” to the futuristic landscape of “Dune.” So what does the metaverse sound like to him? “It sounds like just some giant, horrible, dehumanizing mess right now,” he says.Zimmer sees tech's influence everywhere in music. He posits that from drums to violins to synthesizers, “every piece that we use other than the human voice is a piece of technology.” But he's also cleareyed about how innovations like artificial intelligence and streaming don't fix underlying issues of fairness in compensation: “The people who have access to the distribution systems really still always will hold the cards.”In this conversation, Kara Swisher talks to Zimmer about his process for composing the score for “Dune” and why he says finding out that the movie would premiere simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max was a “crushing moment.” They also discuss how composers can adapt to the shifting demands of viewers and a streaming economy — and what he's working on next.(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)Kara Swisher is working on a podcast for HBO, which is part of WarnerMedia and is a major player in streaming media.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.

Next Pivot Point
151: Asif Sadiq - Moving from Activism to Systemic Change

Next Pivot Point

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 27:42


Asif Sadiq has managed diversity and inclusion for Warner Media, Adidas, and E&Y. On the Diversity Pivot Podcast, we're having tough conversations about privilege, inclusion, and leadership journeys. Asif joins the podcast to share vulnerably about: - Driving real systemic change as an organization - Appreciating someone's full diversity beyond the checkboxes - Moving beyond mentorship to sponsorship as an ally Connect with Asif at https://www.linkedin.com/in/asif-sadiq-mbe-b8a58b14/ and meet Julie at NextPivotPoint.com.

Churros  y Palomitas
Hablemos de Dune

Churros y Palomitas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021


“¿Cómo puede el emperador tomar todo lo que hemos construido y dárselo a ese duque?” pregunta enojado y frustrado el personaje de Rabban Harkonnen, interpretado por el invisible Dave Bautista en una de las escenas de Dune. La respuesta que recibe es otra pregunta: “¿cuándo un regalo no es un regalo?”En diciembre del 2020, Warner Media anunció que todas sus películas para el 2021 se lanzarían de manera simultánea en salas de cine y en su plataforma de HBO Max. El movimiento fue ampliamente criticado, pero era una de esas decisiones que todo mundo habla como obvias, para dirigirse a un futuro inevitable del streaming dominante, pero nadie se atrevía a tomar. Jason Kilar, viniendo de un entorno más enfocado en el mercado digital que en el viejo sistema de estudios de producción, fue el cordero en sacrificio que dio el paso y nos ofreció a los suscriptores del servicio de streaming varios estrenos, la mayoría no tan memorables, pero sí con un valor mucho mayor a lo que ofrecía la competencia. Esta decisión trajo peleas con directores reconocidos como Christopher Nolan, quien dejó al estudio, al menos para sus siguiente película, y también con Denis Villeneuve, siendo ellos dos directores reconocidos por su visión y capacidad para contar grandes historias, aunque uno de ellos con más éxito económico que el otro.Dune finalmente llega a nuestra cartelera, y en Estados Unidos es un maravilloso regalo que podrás disfrutar desde la comodidad de tu casa, y en México, un mes después… pero un regalo no es un regalo cuando no puedes disfrutarlo plenamente, en su mejor expresión.Texto completo del análisis, disponible en Patreon. ¿Tienes cuenta de Amazon Prime? ¡Puedes apoyar este proyecto donando el dinero de Jeff Bezos y a ti no te cuesta nada! Instrucciones aquí.¿Lo quieres en audio? Lo pueden descargar aquí o escuchar en el siguiente reproductor. También puedes escucharnos con tus aplicaciones favoritas como Spotify, iTunes, Pocket Cast, Spreaker, Stitcher, Tune In, Acast, Player FM, MixCloud, Overcast, iHeart Radio, Hear This At, Podcast Addict, Castbox, y hasta en iVoox. Este episodio es traído a todos ustedes gracias al apoyo invaluable de:Productora Ejecutiva: Blanca LópezCo-Productor: Dany SaadiaCo-Productor: Logan MayerCo-Productor: Miguel HuescaCo-Productor: Román RangelAgradecimiento especial a nuestros Patreons: Adriana Fernández, Agustín Galván, Barbas Poéticas, Jaime Rosales, Juan Espíritu, Óscar Campos, Arturo Manrique, Lau Berdejo, Pepe Ruiloba, Álvaro Vázquez, Alejandro Alemán, Arturo Aguilar, Emile Rudoy, Enrique Vázquez, Ernesto Diezmartínez, Jorge I. Figueroa, Luis Macías, Luiso Uribe, Lulú Petite, Marcela Salgado, Mariana Padilla, Mauricio González y Fernando Alonso.Tú también puedes apoyar la creación de este y más programas y recibir crédito (para que aumentes currículum) y otros extras exclusivos en www.patreon.com/churrosypalomitas¿Quieren continuar la discusión? Tenemos nuestro canal de Discord de Charlas y Palomitas, con distintos temas, unos solo para productores del show y otros para toda la banda. ¿Sabías que tenemos playeras bien bonitas con diseños cinematográficos? Los encuentras en nuestra tienda, con envíos a toda la república. ¡Checa el catálogo acá! ¡Tengo una newsletter! Y no sabes Cuanto Contenido tiene, incluyendo temas de cine y tecnología. La encuentras aquí y no te cuesta nada.

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Comics Aficionados: How Woke Can DC Comics Go?, The Batman Trailer, Ruby Rose And More

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 163:08


Wes is joined by Comics Aficionados: Owner of start-up comic publisher Animated Concepts Gevian Dargan, pop culture and basketball Twitch streamer Skipntosh, Drew from Comics Elite comic shop, Batman and pop culture critic Josh McDonald and co-host Dok. The Comics Aficionados break down all the latest comic book industry news and rumors. Rumors persisted for weeks DC Comics and Tom Taylor were planning on Jon Kent going out as gay. DC Comics push towards woke agenda continues without stop. At DC FanDome Jim Lee announced Superman no longer fights for the “American Way.” In Nubia & the Amazons it's revealed Themyscira now includes trans Amazons, a change from longstanding DC Comics lore. Just how far will DC Comics push their woke agenda? (00:05:00) Captain Marvel 2 director blames Captain America for the Thanos Snap in Infinity War. The Aficionados debate their most hated comic book opinions. (01:14:35) DC dropped their latest trailer for The Batman at DC FanDome. Is this the batman movie we need right now? (01:56:20) Ruby Rose dropped a litany of allegations against WarnerMedia, The CW and The Batwoman series regarding her exit from the show. WarnerMedia and several actors are defending themselves, saying Ruby Rose was the issue on-set during season 1. (02:12:00) Marvel Comics January 2022 solicitations are out and they continue replying on #1 issues and events. What comic should Marvel Comics fans look to read and avoid in January 2022? (02:22:55)    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm
Inside The Crazy Ant Farm Vol 4 Ep 178

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 94:06


On this episode we're talking all about the tragic shooting death of Halyna Hutchins, Disney/Marvel Studios' latest release date changes, Ruby Rose's new scathing allegations against The CW and WarnerMedia, CBS' quick full season order for freshman comedy, "Ghosts", Law & Order: SVU's milestone 500th episode, the new trailer debut for Columbia's upcoming film, "Uncharted", the return of Castle Rock Entertainment, the new trailer for Aaron Sorkin's upcoming film, "Being The Ricardos", and more!! Plus, our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's "Most Hated Movies", and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
The Comic Wrap: DC/Marvel Comics Are Agenda, Manga Dominance Continues, Most Hated DC Story and More

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 173:40


Wes is back with another episode of the The Comic Wrap. Wes runs down the biggest comic book and pop culture news and best conversations of the week. Comic writer and journalist Doug Ernst and Wes discuss how the direction of DC, Marvel and other entertainment leave customers with no alternatives. The powers that be want to leave customers no quarter from far-left ideological and political propaganda. (00:00:00) Perch drops by to discuss whether the debate over comic books shipped vs sold holds water in today's market. (00:31:51) Indie artist Tim Lim joins the pod to talk about Manga's dominance in the North American comic market. Manga are delivering Western fans what they want and are poised to leave DC and Marvel behind. (00:49:15) DC Comics announced Superman no longer fights for the American Way at DC FanDome. Not surprisingly, as Superman hasn't used his Truth, Justice and The American Way motto in years. (01:12:57) DC also announced their Milestone Initiative, a program aimed at developing black comic book writers and artists. Gevian Dargan discuss why this is good business for comics. (01:33:25) Actress Ruby Rose laid out a host of claims about nightmarish conditions during her time on The CW's Batwoman. Rose claims execs at WarnerMedia and the Batwoman show runner abused their positions and endangered staff. (01:51:05) Josh and Wes look back at the most hated story in modern DC Comics, Heroes in Crisis. (02:11:05) Finally, John Leone from The 616 Comics joins Wes to update the Marvel Penguin Random House shipping issues plaguing comic book retailers. (02:34:50)   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Lead With Your Brand!™
S2E40 : Content and Community, Karen Horne, SVP, , Equity and Inclusion Programs, WarnerMedia.

Lead With Your Brand!™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 42:57


Jayzen is thrilled to welcome Karen Horne to the show. With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Through the programs that she creates and runs, she works to bring voice and opportunity to underserved communities and ensure that what we see as audience members reflects that communities that we live in. Karen has had an amazing career, from getting a job at ABC while in college and working hand in hand with Bob Iger who was an emerging leader at Disney, to an inspirational meeting with Barbara Walters, she shares stories we can all learn from. As an executive, she has worked across many areas of the entertainment industry, and now at WarnerMedia, she touches iconic brands such as CNN, Turner sports, Cartoon Network, and HBO and HBO, Max and Warner Brothers television, Warner Brothers films, Warner Brothers animation and Adult Swim - all with an eye on empowering diverse creators. Guest Bio Karen Horne Senior Vice President, Equity and Inclusion Programs WarnerMedia As a senior executive with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Since coming to WarnerMedia in March of 2020, Horne has been involved in creating and implementing multiple pipeline programs that aim to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities. These programs give talented individuals, who would otherwise not have the opportunity, access to the entertainment industry to showcase their talent. She has brought expertise gained from her career to create cohesive programs, ranging from entry-level to mid-career, that service the entire enterprise. These programs support expansion in areas that have not traditionally been serviced (i.e., virtual production, games, news and sports, animation, comedy, etc.). Before WarnerMedia, Horne was at NBC Entertainment and Universal Television Studios as Senior Vice President, Programming Talent Development and Inclusion where she was responsible for overseeing in-front-of and behind-the-camera primetime diversity efforts for NBC and Universal Television. While there, she started the Late-Night Writers Workshop in 2013 which changed the landscape of the writers' rooms by increasing the number of women and ethnically diverse men, both of which were lacking. Another extraordinary program she developed was Female Forward, which guaranteed shadowing directors an opportunity to direct an entire episode in addition to the traditional shadowing access. The programs and initiatives she created and/or developed became the industry's gold standard and a blueprint for many other companies. Her background in finding and developing new talent allows her great ease in working with the creative world, while her corporate upbringing and work with C-Suite executives allows her equal comfort in any board room. Horne has always been dedicated to increasing equity and inclusion in the entertainment industry throughout her career. She has been honored with several awards and recognitions for her diversity and inclusion work and her service to underrepresented communities. Horne serves on multiple industry boards and has spoken both nationally and internationally on diversity and inclusion best practices. She serves on the boards of Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media, USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, The Alliance of Women Directors, RespectAbility, and The Urban League of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. She is a member of several entertainment industry organizations. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand and the Career Breakthrough Mentoring program, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm
Inside The Crazy Ant Farm Vol 4 Ep 177 - Paige Irene Bruns

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 115:32


On this episode it's all about Warner Media's giant "DC FANDOME" event!! We'll everything you need to know, from the newest trailers, to behind the scenes footage, to exclusive first looks, and more!! Our guest this week is the writer & director of the new short film, "Anchor", Paige Irene Bruns!! Plus, our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's Favorite DC Comics Movies, and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
BPS 142: Changing Television Forever with David Chase

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:00


The legacy of the crime drama television series, The Sopranos remains a defining art of storytelling for mob TV shows. We have the genius behind this hit TV series, David Chase as our guest today. As expected, Chase is a twenty-five-time Emmy Awards-winner, seven times Golden Globes winner, and highly acclaimed producer, writer, and director. His forty-year career in Hollywood has contributed immensely to the experience of quality TV. Before getting into the nitty-gritty of Chase, let's do a brief of the HBO 1999 hit show, The Sopranos: Produced by HBO, Chase Films, and Brad Grey Television, the story ran for six seasons, revolving around Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, a New Jersey-based Italian-American mobster, portraying the difficulties that he faces as he tries to balance his family life with his role as the leader of a criminal organization.The series has been the subject of critical analysis, controversy, and parody, and has spawned books, a video game, soundtrack albums, podcasts, and assorted merchandise. During its run, the film earned multiple awards, including the Peabody, Primetime Emmy, and the Golden Globe Awards. Even though David has continued to dominate his craft, with other works like The Rockford Files, I'll Fly Away, Not Fade Away, Northern Exposure, Almost Grown, Switch, etc, he is still most known for his television directorial debut, The Sopranos.The genius is back with the Sopranos prequel, The Many Saints of Newark, which stars Alessandro Nivola and James Gandolfini's son Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony Soprano. It has been in theaters and on HBO Max since October 1, 2021.The plot explores the life of Young Anthony Soprano. Before Tony Soprano, there was Dickie Moltisanti, Tony's uncle. Young Anthony Soprano is growing up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark's history, becoming a man just as rival gangsters begin to rise up and challenge the all-powerful DiMeo crime family's hold over the increasingly race-torn city.Caught up in the changing times is the uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti, who struggles to manage both his professional and personal responsibilities-and whose influence over his nephew will help make the impressionable teenager into the all-powerful mob boss we'll later come to know: Tony Soprano.We also talk a bit about David's five-year, first-look deal to create shows for HBO parent WarnerMedia. More culture moments, please!Let's get into the chat, shall we?Enjoy my entertaining conversation with David Chase.

Bleav in The Media Guide
The NHL is Back on ESPN, TNT

Bleav in The Media Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 9:56


The 2021-22 NHL season faces off this week at the dawn of a new seven-year ice age with The Walt Disney Company and WarnerMedia. ESPN and TNT begin the year with doubleheaders on Tuesday, October 12 and Wednesday, October 13 respectively. We'll break down the announcers and analysts for each team as well as TNT's … Continued

Bleav in The Media Guide
The NHL is Back on ESPN, TNT

Bleav in The Media Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 9:56


The 2021-22 NHL season faces off this week at the dawn of a new seven-year ice age with The Walt Disney Company and WarnerMedia. ESPN and TNT begin the year with doubleheaders on Tuesday, October 12 and Wednesday, October 13 respectively. We'll break down the announcers and analysts for each team as well as TNT's schedule for the NHL Outdoor Games. Hear from ESPN commentators Mark Messier... Source

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 507: How the Sopranos Changed Television with David Chase

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:54


The legacy of the crime drama television series, The Sopranos remains a defining art of storytelling for mob TV shows. We have the genius behind this hit TV series, David Chase as our guest today. As expected, Chase is a twenty-five-time Emmy Awards-winner, seven times Golden Globes winner, and highly acclaimed producer, writer, and director. His forty-year career in Hollywood has contributed immensely to the experience of quality TV. Before getting into the nitty-gritty of Chase, let's do a brief of the HBO 1999 hit show, The Sopranos: Produced by HBO, Chase Films, and Brad Grey Television, the story ran for six seasons, revolving around Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, a New Jersey-based Italian-American mobster, portraying the difficulties that he faces as he tries to balance his family life with his role as the leader of a criminal organization.The series has been the subject of critical analysis, controversy, and parody, and has spawned books, a video game, soundtrack albums, podcasts, and assorted merchandise. During its run, the film earned multiple awards, including the Peabody, Primetime Emmy, and the Golden Globe Awards. Even though David has continued to dominate his craft, with other works like The Rockford Files, I'll Fly Away, Not Fade Away, Northern Exposure, Almost Grown, Switch, etc, he is still most known for his television directorial debut, The Sopranos.The genius is back with the Sopranos prequel, The Many Saints of Newark, which stars Alessandro Nivola and James Gandolfini's son Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony Soprano. It has been in theaters and on HBO Max since October 1, 2021.The plot explores the life of Young Anthony Soprano. Before Tony Soprano, there was Dickie Moltisanti, Tony's uncle. Young Anthony Soprano is growing up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark's history, becoming a man just as rival gangsters begin to rise up and challenge the all-powerful DiMeo crime family's hold over the increasingly race-torn city.Caught up in the changing times is the uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti, who struggles to manage both his professional and personal responsibilities-and whose influence over his nephew will help make the impressionable teenager into the all-powerful mob boss we'll later come to know: Tony Soprano.We also talk a bit about David's five-year, first-look deal to create shows for HBO parent WarnerMedia. More culture moments, please!Let's get into the chat, shall we?Enjoy my entertaining conversation with David Chase.

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm
Inside The Crazy Ant Farm Vol 4 Ep 176 - Danny Strong/Rebekah Kennedy

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 112:40


On this HUGE episode we're talking all about Marvel Studios' planned "WandaVision" spinoff, the spine-tingling new trailer for WarnerMedia's "House Of The Dragon", Damien Lewis' exit from Showtime's hit series, "Billions", Cillian Murphy's casting as J. Robert Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan's upcoming Universal film, "Oppenheimer", Sony's huge box office success with "Venom: Let There Be Carnage", MGM's record breaking release of "No Time To Die", Netflix's planned "That 70's Show" spin-off, "That 90's Show", Apple's new "Peanuts" holiday special, and more!! Our guest this week, from the must watch, critically acclaimed Hulu limited series, "Dopesick", is creator, writer, director, and showrunner Danny Strong, making his 2nd appearance inside the farm!! Plus, our "Forever Guest" Rebekah Kennedy joins us for her 12th appearance on the show, for our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's Favorite DC Comics Television Shows, and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!

Dual Redundancy: TV Recaps, TV Reviews, and All the Latest in Entertainment News
DR359: Squid Game and The Problem with Jon Stewart Series Premieres

Dual Redundancy: TV Recaps, TV Reviews, and All the Latest in Entertainment News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 67:42


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the NBCUniversal and YouTubeTV carriage dispute (1:45), the possibility of commercials on Disney+ (10:45) and why the CEO of WarnerMedia thinks he is going to lose his job (17:45). We also review the series premieres of The Problem with Jon Stewart (26:00) and the phenomenon that is Squid Game (40:55). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching and playing including the third seasons of The Circle and What We Do in the Shadows (54:25). This episode was originally recorded on October 5th on Twitch and can be replayed on YouTube. Also be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and wherever you get your podcasts!

Dr. Jackie's Point of V
How to Live in Your P.O.W.E.R. (Perspective, Ownership, Wisdom, Engagement, Reward) & Find Inner Peace

Dr. Jackie's Point of V

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 44:44


Have you achieved success, but still are not fulfilled? On this episode, Dr. Jackie is joined by her friend Sheri Riley who spent 20 years creating marketing strategies for global superstars and companies like Usher, WarnerMedia, and Converse. Yet she was miserable. Now, as an empowerment speaker, high-performance life coach, and author of Exponential Living – Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are, she helps professional athletes, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs grow personally and dominate professionally. In this episode, Sheri shares how to make choices that lead to less stress, better clarity, and more fulfilling lives so we can live in our true power, which is peace.   Produced by Dear Media  

The Reel Appeal
Episode 116 - Newark vs. The Bronx

The Reel Appeal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 92:10


Hey everyone! We've got a violent set of films to feed your soul with. Our Recent Review this week is The Many Saint of Newark and our Geriatric Cinematic is A Bronx Tale. In the news, we cover David Chase's deal with WarnerMedia and the real-life inspiration for Netflix's Squid Game. Our Variety Time is filled with the joys and love of Beyond Fest, and their showings of A24's Lamb and New York Ninja. Next week, we are reviewing No Time to Die and Daniel Craig's first film as James Bond, Casino Royale (1993). You can rent Casino Royale on AppleTV and Amazon, YouTube, and other VOD services. No Time to Die will release in theaters on October 8th. We'd like to thank Your Entertainment Corner for hosting this podcast. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@TheReelAppeal), Facebook, Instagram, and you can contact the show at TheReelAppeal@gmail.com. Find every episode on all podcast catchers and don't forget to rate our show on iTunes! News - 3:32 The Many Saints of Newark - 14:06 Spoilers - 28:43 Variety Time - Beyond Fest 2021 - 46:00 Geriatric Cinematic - A Bronx Tale (1993) - 1:08:11

The Movie Podcast
Interview with Marvel Studios' What If? Animation Lead Geneviève Desbiens and Venom: Let There Be Carnage Post-Credit Scene Discussion

The Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 71:23


This week on The Movie Podcast, we're joined by WHAT IF...? Animation Lead Geneviève Desbiens of Squeeze Studios to discuss their work on Marvel Studios' hit animated show. Daniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony also discuss Scarlett Johansson's settlement with Disney, Venom: Let There Be Carnage's Post Credit scene, WarnerMedia's streaming plans, what they've been watching, and lots more.Listen now on all podcast feeds and on TheMoviePodcast.caContact: hello@themoviepodcast.caINTERVIEW WITH MARVEL STUDIOS' WHAT IF? ANIMATION LEAD GENEVIÈVE DESBIENS [00:06:40]NEWSScarlett Johansson, Disney Settle Explosive ‘Black Widow' Lawsuit - Kim Masters and Tatiana Siegel / THRWarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Is Disappointed He Will Probably Lose His Job - Todd Spangler / VarietyQUICK UPDATESMr. Corman cancelled at Apple TV+Apple Lands Jon Watts thriller starring Brad Pitt and George ClooneyRowan Atkinson, Sally Hawkins and Olivia Colman Join Timothee Chalamet in ‘Wonka'VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE POST CREDIT SCENE DISCUSSION  [00:39:20]FOLLOW USFollow Daniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Shahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Anthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow The Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTubeThe Movie Podcast is on a mission to hit 200 Apple Podcast reviews before September, click here to head over to our show page on APPLE PODCASTS and leave us a 5 STAR review!ABOUTThe Movie Podcast is one of Canada's top film and review podcasts. Every week you'll hear film lovers Daniel, Shahbaz, and Anthony discuss the biggest movie news, talk trailers, what's coming soon, ponder a unique topic of show, and speak to special guests from across the film industry. Catch a new episode of The Movie Podcast every Monday and watch out for Review episodes on all the latest movies and series.

How CMOs Commit with Margaret Molloy
Hispanic Heritage & Inclusive Storytelling with Cynthia Kleinbaum (Walmart), Rich Orosco (LAFC), Liliana Torres (ABB), Eduardo Conrado (Ascension), Gabriela McManus (Drizly) and Tania Missad (WarnerMedia)

How CMOs Commit with Margaret Molloy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 56:55


S4 E1: September 29th, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Cynthia Kleinbaum (VP of Marketing, Online Grocery, Membership and Mobile Apps, Walmart), Rich Orosco (EVP, Brand & Community, Los Angeles Football Club), Liliana Torres (Global Head of Marketing Activation—Electrification Business, ABB), Eduardo Conrado (EVP, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Ascension), Gabriela McManus (Serret-Campos), (SVP of People Operations, Drizly), and Tania Missad (SVP, Global Research, Insights & Analytics, WarnerMedia) for the inaugural Hispanic Heritage & Inclusive Storytelling edition of Siegel+Gale's Future of Branding series. During the conversation, panelists discussed understanding the nuances of the Hispanic marketplace, infusing culture year-round in a brand's offerings, authentic storytelling that resonates with this rapidly evolving market, why DE&I is a responsibility for all marketers and the major mistake brands make when categorizing the 60.5 million Hispanics in the U.S. as a monolithic group.

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer
How to Live an Exponential Life with Sheri Riley

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 46:02


Ep #93: How to Live an Exponential Life with Sheri RileyWe often fall into the trap of pouring so much of ourselves into just one or two aspects of who we want to be. This is the focus of Sheri Riley's new book, Exponential Living: Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are. Sheri has spent the past 20 years creating marketing strategies for a few people and companies you may have heard of, including Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, Coca-Cola, Converse, Nike, NBA, and Warner Media. Today, she's an empowerment speaker and life strategist working with celebrities, athletes, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and all-around busy individuals to make choices that lead to less stress, better clarity, and a more fulfilling life.  In this episode, Sheri and I discuss how you can live a more exponential life, including what it means to stop spending 100% of your time on 10% of who you are, how to own your greatness by understanding your vulnerabilities, and the link between peace, clarity, and courageJoin the next cohort of my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.

STO Building Conversations
The Possibilities of Smart Buildings

STO Building Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 43:04


What makes a smart building smart? Join Structure Tone New York Project Manager & Mechanical Specialist, Doug Kruser, as he discusses the vast possibilities of smart building systems with two partners he worked with when building and implementing the award-winning smart building technology in WarnerMedia's 1.2Msf Hudson Yards headquarters: Michael Krall, Executive Director of Smart Buildings at JPMorgan Chase, and John Hester, Owner & Chief Consultant at Hester Consulting, LLC.

Flash Informativo Revista Musical
Flash Informativo 91 - Revista Musical - 19 de Mayo de 2021

Flash Informativo Revista Musical

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 19:41


En esta edición hablaremos de: Ariana Grande se casó en ceremonia intima. Los Juegos Olimpicos de Tokio afrontarían otro obstáculo en mayo del 2021. WarnerMedia y Discovery se fusionan, según AT&T. Los alimentos morados/azules y tu Salud. China también llegó al planeta Marte Y la recomendación musical Billboard Hot 100. La Música que escucharás: Katy Perry - Electric Peaches - Justin Bieber Featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon I Did It - DJ Khaled Featuring Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby & DaBaby Save Your Tears - The Weeknd & Ariana Grande (#1 Billboard Hot 100 desde la semana del 8 de Mayo del 20210 www.paulamorao.com

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm
Inside The Crazy Ant Farm Vol 4 Ep 173 - Matt Hamilton

Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 119:30


On this episode we're talking all about the record breaking Labor Day weekend box office opening of Marvel Studios' "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings", Emily VanCamp's surprise exit from Fox's "The Resident", Warner Media's plans for another giant "DC FanDome" event, Paramount's release date delays of "Top Gun: Maverick" and "Mission Impossible 7", Jordan Peele's new TV partnership with Universal, Sony's release date delay of "Ghostbusters: Afterlife", Lionsgate's plans for a new "Expendables" film, "Seinfeld"'s debut on Netflix, and more!! Our guest this week, from the hit Disney Plus series, "Turner & Hooch", is actor, Matt Hamilton!! Plus, our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's "Universally Loved Movies That We Hated", and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!

Entertaining the Idea

In this episode Anthony and JMac imagine what their entrance music would be, then ponder the regional dialects of Mare of Easttown and the action intensity of Termintor: Dark Fate. Then they discuss the content/creator arms race of Discovery, Warner Media merger. And for the main event we dive into montagues and how use them as effective tools when writing yor story. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eti/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eti/support

Sixteen:Nine
Gensler - AT&T Discovery District

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 35:37


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT The AT&T Discovery District in downtown Dallas is one of the more ambitious experiential digital projects out there - in the U.S. or globally - with a big reason being the focus from the inception on coming up with something that was more than just the technology circus coming to town. Telecoms giant AT&T engaged the huge global design firm Gensler to come up with a cohesive, visually exciting design concept for not only its headquarters building in Dallas, but for the area surrounding it - delivering a destination and talking point. There is a massive LED media wall on the corner of one building, what Gensler calls digital trellises on the urban office campus plaza, and more LED on the walls, support columns and even the ceiling of the head office lobby. That's coupled with synchronized lighting and something that sounds a bit like a show control system. It's super-impressive, and it cost more than a couple of bucks to build, and to sustain. The first wave of creative includes digital art from some of the top people in the field, from Refik Anadol to Moment Factory. I had a chance to speak with two of the key people behind the project - Justin Rankin, director of Gensler's Digital Experience Design Studio, and Dana Hamdan, who served as design manager for the project.   Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Hi, thanks for joining me. The first thing I'd like to do is get a description from you of what the AT&T Discovery District is all about and how Gensler was involved?  Dana Hamdan: Sure, AT&T Discovery District is actually AT&T HQ in Dallas, which happens to be in an urban setting. Not a lot of corporations are headquartered in business districts, and obviously, because it is in a business district, it makes it accessible to the public, and so to say it in a high level and in some depth way, it is a headquarter that's open to the public and that's been very successful based on the experiences that we've seen in the past a couple of months.  This district, so to speak, has been open for a year and a half? Justin Rankin: Yeah, we had substantial completion on the project really in September of last year, and due to various circumstances, obviously it's been a fairly organic process in terms of really opening the district and starting to really activate the space. So really what we've seen is over the last two or three months, it's really come to life in full swing and AT&T has started to really use the space, activate it, promote events, host events, and pop-ups and things like that. So it's been really exciting to see it finally start to take its stride over the past couple of months.  So if I'm in Fort Worth, I get in my car and I drive into downtown Dallas, find parking somehow and wander over there. What am I going to see?  Dana Hamdan: Hey, you mentioned parking, one of the things that actually make it successful is, and that builds kind of a duality of the program being an employee headquarter, and open to the public. There is actually a parking lot for the discovery district so hopefully, you'll not have any issues finding parking in that spot. But basically, the approach to the district is very interesting, and that's gonna take from its name Discovery District. There are some macro-scale indicators for the space, so driving from probably five city blocks away, you will see a mega screen that is on a natural Terminus to one main street, it's called an Akard St. in downtown, and then as you approach the district, the screen will fade away, and from your human-scale perspective, a grove of trees will appear, and then in that grove of trees is camouflaged a nice interactive sculpture that we call The Globe, and but you'll basically see a lot of immersive lighting that will draw you towards the Plaza. So that's just from an approach standpoint of the district.  So this is a lot of LED displays, but it's also interactive sculptures, it's audio, it's synchronized lighting, all kinds of things. So it's not just like a big display, and “look at the cool stuff we have on this big display”? Dana Hamdan: Absolutely. So what we did, basically to give the space a headquarter presence, because before it was just disparate buildings and a number of buildings around a Plaza that was not really used. It was very underused. And, after hours it just gets dark and nobody's there because it probably doesn't feel safe. And so what we did is we knit together a block in the city. We introduced two mega trellises that have media integrated to them to just give a very clear recognizable realm for the Plaza and you get a sense that, “Oh, I'm in one place.” So even though the buildings are not all the same architecture, we tied them with a similar visual, like a consistent cohesive design with these two mega trellises. And then yes everything is integrated in that kind of is the spirit of the project, and we'll talk a little bit more about it as we go through this.  Justin Rankin: And with this being AT&T global headquarters, the anchor of the district is the Whitaker tower, which is a 36 story tall building that kind of sits on the Plaza. So you've got that really like a big landmark. The lobby of that, which we can talk more about, is a really impressive, fully immersive experience. So there's this really nice place, and then, off of Whitaker tower onto commerce street, there's an entry portal there that we call the VIP entry. So you have this really nice flow of, entering off of commerce street coming through that VIP portal into the lobby to a fully immersive experience, and then from the lobby through these really impressive glass windows, you're able to look out onto the Plaza.  So from the lobby, you can see The Globe and you can see the big lawn area that's in the Plaza. You can see the trellis has lit up. You can see all the food and beverage outlets and all of the people and the energy, and so you naturally find your way exploring out into the Plaza, and then once you're out there, you've got The Globe and the media wall, the lawn, and the restaurants and bars and it really becomes a total experience at the end of the day. What was the brief from AT&T? What did they say they wanted?  Dana Hamdan: So it is interesting because I think the nice part about this project is collaborating with AT&T on really formulating what the vision for this project is, and so this kind of morphed over the years, but at the beginning, the most important thing was to give the employees a campus that they're proud of, try to reposition the brand of AT&T would, especially with all the focus on media, and then a third, but probably the most important is to give back to the city because they are in an urban business district setting as well.  These were the main tasks from the client, which we're very happy to sit in visioning sessions and come up with a concept, and we're very happy with the end result. Justin Rankin: Yeah, and I would layer may be on top of that, that at a certain point in time, several years ago, there were discussions within AT&T on whether or not to keep their HQ in Dallas or potentially move and relocate their HQ to San Antonio or another city.  The decision was made to stay in Dallas and then on top of that, coincidentally during that same time period is when AT&T and Time Warner merged and so really overnight AT&T with that merger became officially became the largest media company in the world, taking on Warner Media, HBO, all of their sub-brands, and so really that became a big part of the brief was, “We're the largest media company in the world. We want to give back to our employees. We want to give back to the city of Dallas, so how do we create a destination for all of the above that really is able to solve for all of those different goals?” That was really a thread throughout the entire strategy, and the design of the immersive experiences, the content, the way that everything is orchestrated was really to put AT&T in that light and help them reposition their brand quite honestly. Dana Hamdan: It's not easy when you're downtown, it's not easy to have a prominent presence like it's not like you have a campus. “Oh, it's known this is the so and so campus. This is the Apple Park or Menlo Park.”  It's hard, and it gets lost in the urban fabric, and so this was very important for AT&T to be able to give their campus a presence and for their employees to feel proud about where they work, and so it was just a nice vision and nice commitment from the client and again, I think we were very happy with the end product and we'll talk a little bit more about how we came to make that happen. Justin Rankin: Yeah, one of the things that makes this so unique is that the campus is completely open and public. So when you look at other Fortune 5, Fortune 10 companies, and you look at their global HQ's, they're locked down, they're Fort Knox, right? So you don't have a public that can just walk up and come hang out here. It's the total opposite here. AT&T has really welcomed the city and the community into their space and into these immersive experiences, which is really unique and has been really exciting from Gensler's perspective to partner with AT&T on that and bring that vision to life.  Dana Hamdan: Yeah, and it was not easy. When we do projects like that, we usually want to look at precedents, and for this one, there's really not a lot of precedents that you can look at. In fact, in North America, we couldn't find a prominent campus setting that is open to the public in an urban setting.  I mean we've been to the major campus. Amazon and Salesforce have some similarities, but not quite fully open like Justin was saying, and the rest are remote and they have their own campuses that have limited accessibility. Yeah, I think about districts that are in the central parts of the city and they tend to be entertainment districts that are built around sports arenas, or ballparks or things like that, and it's a lot of restaurants and bars and things, but as you say, there aren't many instances where there's a campus built around or a district built around an office.  Dana Hamdan: Yeah, but from our standpoint, we think this is going to be a trendsetter campus for corporations to anchor downtowns and anchor such settings and it really plays the duality of the program. You've got your employees during the day, not just your employees, but employees of the central district with the amenities that are offered, and then gradually towards the end of the day, you see a very seamless transition, and employees are on their way out. They may grab a drink or a good to a happy hour, but you see that transition of user type from your employee to people who actually live downtown and now are utilizing the space as a normal extension, like a third place, what we call a third place, which is, people that who live downtown don't have a lot of space in their units. So it's good to have the presence of a public space that has all the technology offering of Wi-Fi and is quite enjoyable actually. So it's a really nice 24/7 activation of the space.  Did the pandemic and the experience of offices locking down and everything else, and that whole idea that, office towers are going to be hollowed out, people are just going to be remote working and there's no need for these big edifices anymore.  Did any of that reshape the thinking?  Dana Hamdan: Actually, if I may say, it actually reinforced the thinking because eventually, this conversation is not necessarily about the hybrid mode of work or office, but what we found out is that it actually provided what the pandemic is telling people you need, it provided quite a few different modes of collaboration outdoor that you can sit and collaborate in. And we've seen that, like Justin was saying, the space organically opened. There was not a big ribbon-cutting event that happened, but people needed a space where they could be outdoors safely, and whether they're working or just enjoying other people's company and we've seen articles in major publications, like Fast Company and others, really dwell on and emphasize the need for outdoor collaboration spaces, and we feel that this came just right in time for the AT&T employees actually.  So let's talk about what was done and why it was done. When you had the brief when you worked out the big idea, how did the components come together?  Why did you decide on a big corner-wrapped LED on the side of one of the buildings and displays that lined the interior of the Whitacre building and so on? Justin Rankin: So early on, I would say as we approached really all of our projects, there was a lot of strategy put into planning and thinking and our teams working together and working with AT&T and other stakeholders to think through different use cases, modes, activation scenarios, the flow of traffic, viewports, viewing angles, et cetera.  We did a lot of research. We interviewed and spoke with employees. We interviewed and spoke with C-level executives and VIPs and collected all of that thinking to really inform where to invest the energy and concept. And, through that concept, things to help think about what types of platforms make the most sense, so we can get into it in more detail, but when you start to break apart the different digital platforms, whether it's the media wall or The Globe or the trellises or the lobby, what you'll find interesting is that there's a lot of intent put behind the design of those platforms so that those platforms can be leveraged for multiple different scenarios.  A prime example of that is that The Globe sculpture actually sits on a hydraulic turntable that can rotate 180 degrees. So we have these moments in which we can activate this small intimate grove setting, so maybe it's a singer-songwriter, or it's a DJ, or it's someone reading. You can have a small kind of intimate moment and at the same time, you can rotate the globe, pivoted towards commerce street, which is the main thoroughfare through downtown Dallas, and now you've got a beautiful and interactive backdrop for a marathon or for a holiday parade or for something else. So for every platform, we've thought through those different scenarios, those were all part of that original strategy and helped us to shape where they should be located, how they should be faced. The media walls specifically, we thought about, as Dana mentioned at the beginning of the podcast, there's this kind of viewport that you have from five or more blocks away and it perfectly frames the shape and the aspect ratio of the media wall. So that was very intentional, but we decided to wrap the corner because now we have this ability to draw people in from the other side of the block or the other side of the Plaza. We can also provide some really cool content and experiences to people that are sitting at Jackson, which is a kind of a casual beer garden.  Diana, feel free to add to that. But yeah, those were all factors and considerations that led to the final design.  Dana Hamdan: For sure. But I would say if you're asking us as to why we did what we did, why did we decide that we needed orchestrated platforms? And really, when we were thinking that, AT&T was really also obviously wanted to make employees proud, but second, they really wanted a shift in their brand and how do they represent their brand? And AT&T is not in the business of selling physical products, they sell an intangible service, and I say that all the time, it doesn't matter if you have an iPhone or Samsung or an LG or Whatever it is, It's actually the service that comes through that makes you enjoy your experience, and so we came with this concept that we have this intangible layer, connecting slick and new and futuristic looking platforms that make them come to life and make them feel connected. And that's why we have very purposely positioned screens, and then what we wanted to do is tie all that to an invisible thing that you cannot see, right? A content management system that makes these communicate together. It was very important for us that when you step in the district, you feel that you are in a realm, you feel that you feel the power of connection. You can see consistent media messages. You can see something on the media screen and then all of a sudden it loops and it's in ground lights under your feet, and then it loops and it's now above your head, in the ground and the lights that are in the trellises, or when it moves in and activates The Globe. So you see that communication, you see that power of connection between these platforms and it's all powered by AT&T. So that was a play on the brand representation for the client, and it only made sense why they're in that district.  Justin Rankin: Yeah. It manifests the whole notion of connection, which is that deep kind of core element of AT&T is brand manifest in two ways.  It manifests quite literally in a physical way as we connect the platforms and connect the spaces, but it also manifests through people, the Globe sculpture prime example. It's an opportunity where we can bring people together into a space, and I will say a safe space where they can be distanced but have a really unique experience and discover an experience that's maybe not inherent or visible as you're walking by. So you see the sculpture, that there's something going on. You may hear something you walk over and you've got people and as you're in the space, you're now controlling the experience together that you're having. So there's definitely multiple elements of that as you navigate through the district, whether it's the globe or whether it's in the lobby or other areas in the.  Is the project driven by the art or is there also a nod or thinking around the commercial side of this? Because what I've seen are great pieces of content from companies like Moment Factory and so on. I haven't seen on the big media wall or elsewhere, pitches for an AT&T wireless plan or anything like that.  Dana Hamdan: Yes, this was definitely since day one, this was not meant to be an advertisement platform and it's so funny to hear it, but I like to walk over there incognito and people don't know what role I had and planning and leading this place through success, but I like to hear people say, “oh, this is Times Square, but I actually can sit in and enjoy it.”  It's not full of advertisements and I'll let Justin speak a little bit more about the strategy behind content but definitely was not meant to monetize the Plaza like that. On the contrary, it was meant to elevate the art and elevate the ambiance setting.  I don't want to go behind the scenes but I just wanted to ask, and you may not be able to tell me, but I'm curious because I've seen other projects that have started as art projects and then advertising finds its way into it somehow, was that a debate or AT&T said right from the brief that no this has to be the experience? Justin Rankin: Yeah, they've taken a pretty hard line from the get-go of maintaining an advertising free space. Now the caveat there obviously is, we're talking about the largest media company in the world, we do have to acknowledge the fact that AT&T is showing content that is running on the media wall that is promoting AT&T's properties, movies shows, et cetera. What I would say though, is the way that has come together, and the intent with that is purely from an entertainment standpoint, right? So these are big motion pictures and shows that people are super interested in and excited about. There are certainly moments of that but to your earlier point, there is no advertising so to speak, sales advertising around products and services.  There's a really healthy mix, quite honestly, of just beautiful artistic content. You mentioned Moment Factory, they have been an incredible part of the team in many ways, but we've got fifteen or more artists and studios and agencies that have contributed on the content front. And we've worked really closely all along with the creative director on the discovery district on the AT&T side. His name is Roger Ferris and he's always had a really strong vision as having really the whole AT&T executive team on what their vision around content was, and we've helped to thread together a strategy that's really guided that, who we've worked with. It's guided by the type of content.  The Gensler team has defined the cadence of that content, the programming, and the run of the show. It is 24/7. So there's been a lot of thought put into what's the vibe and what's the energy level at 9:00 AM on a Monday compared to 8:00 PM on a Friday compared to maybe 3:00 PM on a Sunday, and what you notice when you spend a lot of time in the district is that the energy really changes and morphs over time and even, thinking through the night hours and in wanting to be respectful of the fact that this is a district in the middle of a city, there are hotels and there are condos and stuff. We've got this beautiful content that runs through the evening where we take the brightness and the output of that media wall and really tone it down, and put the district in sleep mode, so to speak. And so we've just been really thoughtful about that, and AT&T has been amazing in really investing in the content and putting an emphasis on creativity and art and finding that balance between the entertainment-type content and then just beautiful works of art.  We've worked with lots of big artists and have all come together to create this. I think we've got right now over 36 hours of original content that are running at any given point through the district.  A lot of these things come out of the gate with fantastic content, and then six months later, people started looking around, “I guess we should change this.” Do you have a five-year plan or something? Justin Rankin: We do, and the Gensler team continues to engage with AT&T. They also continue to engage, with their own set of artists and contributors, but very much we're on a continual content production kind of cadence and schedules. So there's constantly new content that's being developed and rolled out, tested, revised, et cetera.  There's also a lot of feedback that's being going from content that's already rolled out. So it's been important at AT&T to really keep an eye on, and what do people think about it? Do people love this? Do they hate it? Is it annoying? Is it too bright? Is it too fast? So I think they're doing a great job of collecting that feedback, using that data to then inform what new content gets produced.  The question begs, what are you hearing?  Justin Rankin: So far it's been great, honestly.  Dana Hamdan: If you use social media and just look up the discovery district, you'll see. I think this is one where we're really enjoying people's reactions to the district. But I will say when we've designed these digital platforms, we've designed them with the concept of what Roger Ferris, the creative director of AT&T would call maximum canvas flexibility, and the idea is you can dial in or dial up the media content as much as you want. For example, the lobby has a ceiling that we call the veil because we veiled in the ceiling and it's a layering of polyethylene, a white membrane that is backed by a very tight tightly knit RGB grid that has probably a diffusion layer. It's a very nice system and it could be just a regular white backlit ceiling that all of a sudden can transform into, I don't know, whales that are swimming in an ocean or whatever it is. So this really, the idea of integrating very seamlessly, integrating the media as architecture and not being an application on a surface really helps with that longevity and being able to activate or not whenever you want.  Yeah, I think that's the difference between some of the things that I've seen, where a company puts in a huge LED video wall and maybe a couple of other things, but they're just things that are there. There's no continuity and no real thought around the whole experience. It's just, “Look at this giant thing we put!”  Justin Rankin: Yeah. The veil is a great example of media architecture at its core. Even the media wall, it's interesting, one of the things that we wanted to do was get creative. The media wall is so large. It's so prominent in the Plaza. It's easy for that to really become an anchor and command all of your attention and there are certainly certain times during the day or the week in which we do that very intentionally, but what we've also done is work hard to create and essentially model and render the exact facade of the building that the media wall is applied to.  So there are certain times in which that media wall goes into facade mode and it's shockingly accurate and people can walk through the Plaza and really not have any idea that there's an eight-story tall media wall staring right at them. So there's been some thought put into that as well, and just finding ways to tone down the digital when we want other platforms or other spaces to command more of the attention.  Dana Hamdan: I would say, when we were just drawing concepts for the Plaza, we drove around and studied the side from a contextual standpoint. Every time we drove down that Akard St., we saw that facade and it's natural Terminus, and we are very lucky that it is an equipment building because otherwise, I wouldn't even have suggested blocking all that much facade. We were lucky that this is an equipment building.  Justin Rankin: People ask that like this media wall is great, but it really sucks for everyone that's working in that building because they've lost any kind of view. So luckily, as Dana said, there's no one, where those windows are that we've covered up, it's all equipment, technical equipment, and things like that. So we haven't prevented anyone's view into the Plaza or natural light into their workspace, et cetera. Yeah, got really lucky with that being the capability that we had.   What's involved in the day-to-day management of all this, all the lighting, the synchronized displays, everything else. Is there an AT&T team, or is Gensler doing that? How does all that work? Justin Rankin: Yeah, really through the project and through the completion of the project, Gensler was really heavily involved in working with AT&T. All the things I mentioned before, the content strategy, cadence programming, et cetera, a lot of the operations and so as we transitioned, everything was installed, it was done, commissioned, ready to roll, we started to work closely with AT&T to help them to build their own operations team, and so they actually now have a dedicated team who is at the helm of this ship and operating the content management system, operating all the platforms, doing things like maintenance and support, all of that. So yeah, dedicated staff now. They're fully running on their own and our involvement at this point and as we move forward is, as I was mentioning before, continuing to help them to ideate concepts and produce new content and keep the big idea going.  How many people do they have working on this full-time? Justin Rankin: There's a team of 5-10 that fluctuates. Everyone kind of has some different roles, some dedicated purely to tech, some dedicated purely to CMS, some dedicated more to the creative side. So yeah, nice healthy team.  Dana Hamdan: I don't know that we know the extent of property management either, because obviously, it's a big district to take care of.  Justin Rankin: For sure. You've got loss prevention, security, events. There's all kinds of teams that are really tapped into what's going on in the district on any given day. But from a technology and kind of creative standpoint, there's definitely a dedicated team focused on it. What's been the response from the mayor and the people who run Dallas?  Dana Hamdan: In downtown Dallas, we have an organization called downtown Dallas, Inc that really started a few years ago and came in with initiatives to bring life back and entice people to live downtown and enjoy downtown and open businesses downtown, and I guess the reaction of this organization is pretty much consistent with businesses around the downtown.  I don't know that I have heard directly from the mayor, but we've heard very positive reactions from neighboring businesses in downtown Dallas, and neighboring hotels. As a matter of fact, we've seen businesses starting to open around the district and benefiting from the presence of the district and driving more business down there. So all but positive so far. Justin Rankin: Oh, you think about it. There are two major hotels right across the street and half of their rooms look into this beautiful Plaza, and so without going into detail on that, you can just imagine, the more kind of premium view and amenity that has now been offered to those guests of the hotel.  I've actually stayed in both hotels and have talked to some of the staff there and they go on and on about it and what their guests are saying and how positive it is.  Dana Hamdan: And throughout the process of design and envisioning this, it was a very rigorous approval process from neighboring communities and from the city. We had to go through many hearings to just get community consent on what's being planned. So this was a very inclusive process.  All right. That was super interesting. One of these days, I'll be able to travel again and come down and have a look at it. Dana Hamdan: We can't wait to have you there.  Thanks very much for your time.  Justin Rankin: Absolutely. Thanks for having us.

Linaje Águila
Mauricio Cabrera (Maca) - Del América y el futuro de los medios

Linaje Águila

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 83:50


Platicamos sobre Renato Ibarra, David Failtelson, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Maradona y mucho más, tanto de temas futboleros como de los medios de comunicación y creadores de contenido. Maca tiene más de 18 años de experiencia en la industria digital y de los medios de comunicación. Fundó Juanfutbol y fue su director general. Fue director editorial de Medio Tiempo y parte de su equipo fundador. También fue Director Editorial de Yahoo! MéxicoDesde el 2017 tiene Storybaker que es un medio sobre medios y ha colaborado para Warner Media, TUDN, el Tour de Francia y muchas otras cosas.Pero sobre todo: es americanista.Si tu onda es crear contenidos o trabajar en medios de comunicación, esta es la plática que debes escuchar. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K186: 黑寡婦電影證明戲院與串流平台可共存

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 4:23


Hello 通勤家族,在 2021/09/13前,請幫忙先分享連結,然後花 2 分鐘協助填寫問卷,即可免費拿到我特製的「#英語跟讀包-面試篇 (電子檔)」,並有機會免費獲得這堂課程唷~  立即填寫問卷: https://15minsengcafe.pse.is/pquiz 備註:『#英語跟讀包-面試篇 (電子檔) 』 統一於 09/13 後一週內寄出,請確實填寫 Email -------- 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K186: ‘Black Widow' Gives a Taste of How Theaters and Streaming Can Coexist   There has been a lot of hand-wringing about the demise of movie theaters over the past year and a half, and for good reason. Most were closed for at least a few months during the height of the pandemic. Companies like the Walt Disney+ Co., NBCUniversal, WarnerMedia and Viacom have started to prioritize streaming for their films, in part to bolster subscriber interest in their own Netflix-style platforms. 過去一年半,許多人擔心電影院走入歷史,而且這樣想有充分理由。在新冠肺炎疫情高峰期,多數戲院關了至少幾個月。迪士尼、NBC環球、華納媒體與維亞康姆等公司開始讓影片優先在類似Netflix的自家影音串流平台上架,部分是為了衝高訂閱數。 Over the weekend came evidence that, at least for the biggest franchise films and with a carefully calibrated pricing strategy, theatrical distribution and streaming can coexist. 上個周末的事實證明,在定價策略精準的情況下,院線發行和串流可以共存,至少對最知名的幾個系列電影是如此。 At least for now. 至少現在如此。 “Black Widow,” a long-delayed Marvel movie, collected about $80 million in the U.S. and Canada from Thursday night to Sunday for Disney. Overseas, the superhero movie sold an additional $78 million in tickets. That means that, in total, roughly 17 million people went to see the movie in a theater, according to Rich Greenfield, a founder of the LightShed Partners research firm. 延後多時才上映的漫威電影「黑寡婦」,周四晚間至周日在美國與加拿大為迪士尼賺進約8000萬美元票房收入。在海外,這部超級英雄電影票房收入7800萬美元。研究機構LightShed Partners創辦人葛林菲德指出,這意味共有約1700萬人到戲院看電影。 Disney also made “Black Widow” available on its Disney+ streaming service, which has more than 100 million subscribers worldwide. Subscribers could instantly watch the film (and have permanent access to it) for a $30 surcharge. Disney said Sunday that Disney+ generated about $60 million from “Black Widow” orders over the weekend. Greenfield said that figure equated to about 2 million transactions and about $48 million in revenue for Disney after streaming partners had taken their cut. 迪士尼也讓黑寡婦在全球訂戶超過一億的自家串流平台Disney+上架,訂戶額外付30美元,就能立刻並永久收看。迪士尼周日表示,黑寡婦上個周末讓Disney+進帳約6000萬美元。葛林菲德說,這個數字相當於200萬筆交易,扣除串流夥伴分得的收入,迪士尼可得到約4800萬美元。 There are several takeaways. “Imagine being a theater owner and realizing studios need you less and less everyday,” Greenfield wrote on Twitter. “Leverage is shifting rapidly in the streaming era toward the studios.” 從這件事能汲取一些要點。葛林菲德在推特上寫道:「想像你是電影院老闆,你會發現製片廠愈來愈不需要你。在串流時代,權力正快速轉移到製片廠手上。」 On the other hand, the fact that 17 million people decided to leave their bubbles and go sit with strangers in a theater — amid rising coronavirus infections, the result of the delta variant — when they could just push a button in their living rooms is nothing to sneeze at. For now, theatrical distribution remains a major revenue generator and cannot be ignored if studios want to make money on big-budget spectacles. 另一方面,新冠病毒Delta變異株肆虐引發病例增加之際,人們明明可以在自家客廳按鈕收看,卻有1700萬人決定放棄與世隔絕,到電影院跟陌生人坐在一起,這不是小數目。目前如果製片廠想在高成本大片賺錢,院線發行仍是不能忽視的主要收入來源。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5623457

Squared Circle Psychobabble - All Elite Wrestling WWE News and Rumors Podcasts
CM Punk AEW Rumors Excites TNT & More Hints on AEW Dynamite This Week

Squared Circle Psychobabble - All Elite Wrestling WWE News and Rumors Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 31:25


CM Punk AEW Rumors have excited those at WarnerMedia and TNT to the point where Fightfult has reported news that they're ready to put the "promotional machine" behind him. AEW Dynamite 8/18/21 review. Highlights include Sting's first match on TNT in over 20 years, Paul Wight's first match in All Elite Wrestling and The Young Bucks retain the Tag Team Championships, but their match at All Out has been announced. #CMPunk #AEWDynamite #Sting Timestamp: 0:00 - Fightful Reports WarnerMedia Ready to Put Promotional Machine Behind CM Punk 4:13 - Two More Hints That CM Punk Will Be In All Elite Wrestling 7:53 - Sting & Darby Allin Beat 2.0 in Sting's First Match on TNT in Over 20 Years 13:34 - Paul Wight Set For First AEW Match Against QT Marshall at All Out 18:19 - Young Bucks Retain AEW Tag Team Titles, But Will Defend Championship in A Steel Cage at All out 22:38 - Chris Jericho Fails To Beat MJF in 5th And Final Labour of Jericho  22:36 - Final Thoughts on AEW Dynamite This Week Get 10% Off SCPB Merch Using the Promo code "SCPB10": https://bit.ly/3cePrEm  Order PPVs from your favorite wrestling promotion on FITE TV: https://bit.ly/3hZOEtJ   If you love pro wrestling click this link: https://bit.ly/2LTeY8C  Listen to our podcast on: iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/squared-circle-psychobabble-professional-wrestling/id1429955052  Stitcher - https://stitcher.com/podcast/squared-circle-psychobabble  Podbean - https://scpbpodcast.podbean.com  TuneIn - https://tunein.com/podcasts/Wrestling/Squared-Circle-Psychobabble-p1149058/  Google - https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Im7h6djiyubykcjel32aushhada  Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/scpbpodcast  Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SCPBPodcast  Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scpbpodcast/ 

B.S. With Friends!
#65 Magnolia (with Hubert Vigilla!)

B.S. With Friends!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 95:55


Get ready for a long chat, friends! Returning bud Hubert Vigilla is here to help us continue our journey through the catalog of Paul Thomas Anderson. And there's so much in this one that news is here but brief! Amazon takes Lord of the Rings out of New Zealand, in an unprecedented move. And Poland goes to legal war with Discovery, soon to be owners of WarnerMedia. And while that sounds like the most interesting things your buds will have drinks over, PTA's Magnolia commands the show with some brilliant insights from our guest!

Money 4 Nothing
How MTV Changed the World

Money 4 Nothing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 84:25


MTV had a remarkably unheralded 40th anniversary this month. While Music Television (still the channel's official name) has been out of music videos for decades, it was a truly transformative force for a long struggling record industry back in the early 80s. Diving into those early years, Sam and Saxon go long on this episode and try to figure out how a scrappy little corporation (fully backed by America Express and Warner Media, natch) managed to get a nation of teenagers watching everything from Duran Duran and Michael Jackson to U2—and then pick through what happened next, as a flurry of backroom deals and monopolistic plans quickly strangled the channel's brief moment of (alleged?) cultural invention. Along the way, we'll talk about the pleasures of yelling at cable companies, the difficulties of media history, and try to figure out just what it means—both then and now—to mix images and sound.    

Serienjunkies Podcast
Können Paramount und Peacock Sky noch retten?

Serienjunkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 59:52


Gleich drei Streamingdienste zum Preis von einem? Sky Europa rüstet auf, denn irgendwann endet der Langzeitdeal mit WarnerMedia und HBO. Schon jetzt braucht man frische Inhalte aus der Serienlandschaft und dem Filmbereich. Die Hoffnungsträger heißen Peacock vom eigenem Mutterunternehmen Comcast und Paramount+ von CBSViacom. Nur reichen die dazukommenden Inhalte um alle Serienjunkies, Filmjunkies und Streamingjunkies bei der Stange zu halten oder gar zu wachsen? Adam und Hanna sprechen über die jüngsten Biz-News aus dem Sommer und ordnen ein, was man davon halten sollte, worauf man sich freuen kann und was bald vielleicht nicht mehr möglich sein wird. Wird Sky zum Superdienst oder müssen erstmal Image-Probleme und Technikschwierigkeiten gelöst werden? Wozu braucht es eigentlich noch Receiver? Welche Serien könnten bald dazukommen? Wen interessieren eigentlich semi-alte Filme und taugen die geplanten Eigenproduktionen? Wie rankt Adam den Studio-Output? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Leadership With Heart
182: Leaders with Heart Take Action

Leadership With Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 37:34


In this episode, Heather interviews Asif Sadiq MBE, Head of Equity and Inclusion at WarnerMedia International. Before working at WarnerMedia, Asif has worked at numerous industry-leading companies such as Adidas, Reebok, and The Telegraph. He is also an author, LinkedIn Influencer, Board Member, and TEDx Speaker. His home country is Kenya, but he studied at university in London and currently lives there. He credits his first experience with leadership to his university years when he realized that he and his international classmates were deprived of a voice and decided to take action. Since then, he has continued his path in the DEI space as an employee and a consultant.  

Daily Tech Headlines
NHTSA Opens Investigation into Tesla Autopilot – DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a formal investigation into Telsa’s Autopilot driving system, Intel announces its discrete GPUs will be named Arc, and WarnerMedia reportedly plans to replace all connected TV apps for HBO Max. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a monthContinue reading "NHTSA Opens Investigation into Tesla Autopilot – DTH"

Streaming Into the Void
Streaming Into the Void - August 15, 2021 - Everybody's Happy With Disney, Except That One Person

Streaming Into the Void

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 52:48


This week, it's Disney quarterly earnings time, and it's good news for almost everyone. Nielsen Ratings Show Notes Disney Beats Q3 Estimates As Streaming Flagship Hits 116M Subscribers Disney Boss Bob Chapek Dismisses Any Conflict With Bob Iger In ‘Black Widow' Hybrid Release With Swipe At Scarlett Johansson's Suit Disney's Daniel Petrocelli Slams 'Black Widow' Suit as 'PR Campaign' ‘Shang-Chi' Star Simu Liu Fires Back at Disney CEO Over “Experiment” Comment Box Office: 'Suicide Squad 2' Gets Tomb Raider-Trapped With Poor $12.2M Friday 'Suicide Squad' Box Office: Movie No Hero With $26.5M Opening – The Hollywood Reporter Day-And-Date Streaming Is “Winning Strategy”, But Consumer Bond With Movies Is “Greater Now Than It's Ever Been”, WarnerMedia & Universal Execs Say Ryan Reynolds' 'Free Guy' Scores $2.2M In Thursday Night Previews Indie Studio STX to Sell 46-Film Library to Pay Down $150 Million Debt 05 August Sony's Funimation Closes $1.2B Crunchyroll Acquisition From AT&T, Plans to Create Single Anime Service Middle Earth is moving: Amazon shifts 'Lord of the Rings' filming to UK Inside HBO Max's Scramble to Fix Its Glitchy App Recommendations True Crime Medieval Olympic replays Not For Broadcast Brotherhood of the Wolf

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
The Suicide Squad Spoiler Review and Box Office Report

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 62:17


Wes is joined by comic writer Aaron Sparrow and Steph from My Nerdy Home YT to review James Gunn's The Suicide Squad. James Gunn brought back a few familiar faces from David Ayer's Suicide Squad film a few years earlier, most notably Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn and Viola Davis as Amanda Waller. The Suicide Squad is a hard R-Rated action adventure with plenty of laughs and plot twists. (00:00) Afterwards Wes looks at the disappointing box office for The Suicide Squad, despite generally positive reviews. Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc on the box office. But some of the issues are a direct result of WarnerMedia's decision to stream the movie on HBO Max the same day as theatrical release. (46:58)   Steph From My Nerdy Home YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/stephcalzone Twitter: twitter.com/mynerdyhome IG: instagram.com/mynerdyhome/   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

TechCheck
Robinhood's Wild Moves, Breaking Down the Latest Tech Earnings & WarnerMedia CEO Ann Sarnoff on Streaming, Studios and Stars

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 44:22


Our anchors have the latest coverage of Robinhood's wild moves to start off the morning. Then, Wolfe Research Managing Director Steven Chubak joins to share his latest note on “Why Hood is Uninvestible Today.” Next, we cover Etsy post-earnings and Morgan Stanley Analyst Lauren Schenk is here to speak about her latest note upgrading the stock. We also have the details on Roku and Uber earnings reported after the bell yesterday and Jefferies Analyst Brent Thill joins us to give his take on Uber. Later, NorthmanTrader Founder Sven Henrich is here to talk Robinhood, meme stocks and the market. Plus, CNBC's Julia Boorstin interviews WarnerMedia Studio and Networks Group CEO Ann Sarnoff on streaming strategy and the battle between studios and stars. Also, CNBC's Phil LeBeau previews what to expect from President Biden's electric vehicle event today.

Región Naranja
12 - ¿Cómo aprovechamos el boom de la animación digital?

Región Naranja

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 22:23


Desde hace un tiempo han estado sucediendo cosas muy interesantes con el sector de la animación, desde el éxito de shows que no son para niños, hasta una alta demanda en las grandes plataformas de streaming en todo el mundo. Ha sido un BOOM en el sector y en Latinoamérica tenemos todo el potencial para aprovecharlo. En este episodio conversamos con las cabezas de varios estudios de animación, que nos muestran con sus historias cómo han abierto caminos diferentes para aprovechar las oportunidades que hay en el sector.En este episodio hablamos con:John Hernández. Cofundador de Zinco ToolsMaría Isabel Escobar. Cofundadora de La Mar MediaJaime Jiménez. Director de contenido KIDS en Warner Media para Cartoon Network y Boomerang Latinoamérica.Tatiana Zabala. Cofundadora de Trineo StudioKarlos Montoya. Cofundador de Trineo Studio

Talking Tech with Jefferson Graham
HBO returns to Dish TV

Talking Tech with Jefferson Graham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 1:32


After a long holdout, Dish Network and WarnerMedia reached a deal to bring back HBO and Cinemax, as well as the HBO Max streaming service, to Dish TV customers.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Marketplace Minute
Senate bill takes aim at health misinformation - Morning Briefing - Marketplace Minute - July 23, 2021

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 1:50


The bill would limit Section 230 protections during public health emergencies; Twitter, Snapchat report strong revenue growth in Q2; WarnerMedia to make 10 movies for HBO Max

Jacobin Radio
Michael and Us: Bugs Bunny is Dead, Long Live Bugs Bunny!

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 45:23


You may love Bugs Bunny, but you will never own him. That's the thesis of SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY (2021), which sends Bugs and LeBron James through a tour of WarnerMedia's intellectual property while never letting you forget that its WarnerMedia's intellectual property. "Th- th- th- th- that's bad, folks!" PLUS: Vanity Fair in the '20s, Jeff Bezos in space, and some alarming new trends in movie marketing. "Space Jam: A New Legacy Is a Peek Into the Bleak, Cynical Future of Film" by Alex Shephard - https://newrepublic.com/article/163008/space-jam-new-legacy-peek-bleak-cynical-future-film

Michael and Us
#254 - Bugs Bunny is Dead, Long Live Bugs Bunny!

Michael and Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 45:23


You may love Bugs Bunny, but you will never own him. That's the thesis of SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY (2021), which sends Bugs and LeBron James through a tour of WarnerMedia's intellectual property while never letting you forget that its WarnerMedia's intellectual property. "Th- th- th- th- that's bad, folks!" PLUS: Vanity Fair in the '20s, Jeff Bezos in space, and some alarming new trends in movie marketing. "Space Jam: A New Legacy Is a Peek Into the Bleak, Cynical Future of Film" by Alex Shephard - https://newrepublic.com/article/163008/space-jam-new-legacy-peek-bleak-cynical-future-film

Daily Tech News Show (Video)
Anti Gravity Chili – DTNS 4075

Daily Tech News Show (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021


A forensic analysis report by Amnesty International claims NSO Group's Pegasus software was used by clients to compromise the phones of more than 1,000 heads of state, politicians, journalists, activists, and business executives in more than 50 countries. Warner Media will launch a streaming news service in the US under the CNN banner called– you could have easily guessed– CNN Plus. Online glasses seller Warby Parker has released its Virtual Vision test which lets most users renew their prescription using an iPhone 6s or newer. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Andrew Heaton, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to feedback@dailytechnewsshow.com Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!

Daily Tech News Show
Anti Gravity Chili - DTNS 4075

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 33:52


A forensic analysis report by Amnesty International claims NSO Group's Pegasus software was used by clients to compromise the phones of more than 1,000 heads of state, politicians, journalists, activists, and business executives in more than 50 countries. Warner Media will launch a streaming news service in the US under the CNN banner called– you could have easily guessed– CNN Plus. Online glasses seller Warby Parker has released its Virtual Vision test which lets most users renew their prescription using an iPhone 6s or newer.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Andrew Heaton, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Vergecast
Apple's WWDC preview / Microsoft's next gen Windows / Huawei’s HarmonyOS arrives

The Vergecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 96:04


Co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge senior editor Tom Warren and managing editor Alex Cranz about operating systems — what's coming up at Apple's developer conference next week, where Microsoft will take Windows next, and the debut of some new systems like HarmonyOS and Fuchsia OS. Further reading: The pandemic showed that big tech isn’t a public health savior The future of COVID-19 immunity looks good We have bigger problems than COVID-19’s origins Apple TV 4K (2021) review: much better remote, slightly faster box Of course repairing the new Apple TV remote is harder than simply unscrewing it Apple TV app comes to Nvidia Shield For Apple TV Plus to succeed, it has to be everywhere — even Android TV Microsoft looks ready to launch Windows 11 Microsoft to reveal its next generation of Windows on June 24th Huawei announces HarmonyOS update for its smartphones Huawei teases its upcoming P50 flagship phone Huawei’s HarmonyOS arrives on tablets with the new MatePad Pro Huawei’s Watch 3 is its first HarmonyOS smartwatch  Google’s new Fuchsia OS arrives first on old Nest Hub AMD announces the Radeon RX 6000M series with RDNA 2 architecture Nvidia announces new RTX 3080 Ti, priced at $1,199 and launching June 3rd Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti review: more 4K for more of your wallet Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti is available online right now Amazon buys MGM for $8.45 billion Why on Earth did Amazon spend $8 billion on a zombie studio?  Discovery announces new name of WarnerMedia merger: Warner Bros. Discovery The Great Wings Rush Why Spotify’s Horacio Gutierrez thinks Apple behaves like a monopolist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bill Simmons Podcast
Luka! Plus: The Bucks and Big Tech Craziness With Ben Thompson. Plus: Three Decades of Counting Crows With Adam Duritz.

The Bill Simmons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 153:16


The Ringer’s Bill Simmons shares his thoughts on another stellar Luka Doncic performance in the Mavericks' Game 2 win over the Clippers, putting the Mavericks up 2-0 on the series (2:45). Then Bill talks to business and tech analyst and Milwaukee Bucks fan Ben Thompson about the Bucks' Round 1 series vs. the Heat, the Bucks' 34-point victory in Game 2, the hypothetical Round 2 matchup vs. the Nets, and more (16:00). Next they discuss AT&T’s announcement to merge Warner Media and Discovery, streaming giants, Epic Games vs. Apple, and more (42:00). Finally, Bill talks with singer, songwriter, and Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz about the origin of the band, their iconic first album ‘August and Everything After’, behind the scenes stories about some of their most beloved songs, adjusting to a meteoric rise in the early 1990s, maintaining artistic integrity over three decades, Counting Crows' new album, ‘Butter Miracle, Suite One’, and more (1:09:00). Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Adam Duritz, Ben Thompson Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Weekly Planet
386 Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead

The Weekly Planet

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 83:54


Visit bigsandwich.co for a bonus weekly show, exclusive movie commentaries, early stuff and ad-free podcast feeds for $9 per month.ARMY OF THE DEAD. That's what this week's episode is about. But in addition to that Star Wars news, some Indiana Jones 5 story details, Amazon moves to acquire James Bond, Henry Cavill and the Highlander reboot, new DCEU casting and other stuff plus a big merger between WarnerMedia and Discovery or something. Thanks for listening!00:00 The Start04:39 Star Wars News08:31 Indiana Jones Space Race12:25 Amazon in James Bond Talks19:52 Henry Cavill in Highlander Reboot21:49 New DCEU Casting, Costumes, Movies and Shows26:54 AT&T’s WarnerMedia and Discovery Deal Something 28:27 Army of the Dead Review (Spoilers 43:08 to 58:12) 58:12 What We Reading, What We Gonna Read01:02:57 Letters, It’s Time For LettersJames' Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mrsundaymoviesMaso's Twitter ► http://twitter.com/wikipediabrownPatreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymoviesTWP iTunes ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-weekly-planet/id718158767?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4TWP Direct Download ► https://play.acast.com/s/theweeklyplanetTWP YouTube Channel ► https://goo.gl/1ZQFGHAmazon Affiliate Link ► https://amzn.to/2QbmwGjT-Shirts/Merch ► https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mr-sunday-movies See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Grumpy Old Geeks
507: DoppelBittner

Grumpy Old Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 74:41


No free lunches with cryptocurrency; DMV probing Tesla because words matter; Facebook toxic content moderators offered wellness coaches; YouTube Kids problem with autoplay; get ready for in-car ads; Waymo gets confused by construction; WarnerMedia and Discovery merger; Gates McFadden & Sarah Silverman; the Nevers; ProCon; playing with AirTags; NoPhone & NoPhone Air; On This Day In History; the Egg; pinball wizards; DarkSide Ransomware "quits"; buying data; leaky exercise APIs; Venmo is dumb; double-encryption; facial recognition for the people!Show notes at https://gog.show/507