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TOP SECRET Personal Attention, SpyCast Listeners Known to be the podcast real spies listen to -(STOP)- eavesdrop on conversations with high level sources from around the world -(STOP)- spychiefs molehunters defectors covert operators analysts cyberwarriors technologists debriefed by SPY Historian Hammond -(STOP)- stories secrets tradecraft and technology discussed -(STOP)- museum confirmed to have greatest collection of artifacts on the subject anywhere in the world -(STOP)- podcast rumored ...
 
The world of Talent Acquisition is in a constant state of change. The smartest companies are constantly evaluating their tools, technologies and marketing strategies to find ways to attract top talent. We go beyond the generalist topics you find on legacy HR-related news sources. Each week we unpack different topics around recruitment - from the impact of COVID on your employer branding efforts, to the hidden costs of cheap job seeker traffic and the candidate experience. Each week we'll div ...
 
Businesses everywhere are struggling with change due to digital disruption. They are now at an inflection point: give up obsolete marketing practices, or risk being denied a meaningful role in the lives of people. The goal is no longer to amplify the voice of the brand – it is to serve the needs and interests of customers at every stage of the relationship lifecycle. This new marketing model is characterized by the strategic embrace of Customer First Thinking, where the emphasis is on delive ...
 
The L.A. Report is a breakdown of the day's top news from Southern California, featuring the award-winning reporting of LAist.com and KPCC 89.3 FM – L.A.'s number one NPR station. Hosted by Susanne Whatley in the morning and Nick Roman in the afternoon, it's the smart way to start and end your day. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
 
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In a post-cookie world marketing will need to give up campaign-building in favour of delivering a more dynamic and real-time omnichannel customer experience. But the quality of that experience will hinge on harnessing first-party data to drive more personalized interactions. And that will require a single view of customer tightly connected to a nex…
 
In this Sunday edition: Children’s safety has been a constant concern during the pandemic, but what LAist heard most from parents over the past two weeks is that the mental load of navigating the world is more crushing than ever. From early education reporter Mariana Dale. Then, this week on AirTalk, Larry Mantle was joined by medical experts, alon…
 
In this weekend edition: If you’re a fan of the movie Swingers, you remember the iconic scene inside LA’s Dresden Room with the lounge singers: Marty & Elayne. Marty Roberts died January 13th at the age of 89. His daughter announced his death Tuesday night on Facebook. To pay tribute, let’s listen back to this 2016 interview, when we talked with th…
 
Here's your evening news: COVID deaths double in the past week as new hospitalizations tick down; When can you get a booster after recovering from COVID?; Health officials to investigate illnesses near Aliso Canyon natural gas storage site; Two Asian immigrants are the top candidates to represent 40th District. This program is made possible in part…
 
Here's your morning news: L.A. County records highest daily COVID death toll in months; New state bill would allow teenager to get vaccinated without parental consent; Cold weather alert for Lancaster area through Monday; High wind warnings across most of SoCal; Funeral today for L.A. firefighter who died in Rancho Palos Verdes; O.C. nature preserv…
 
In today's p.m. edition: Some signs that the winter Omicron surge may be slowing; Hospitalizations see flattening trend; How to tell if a COVID test site is reliable; Waiting for children's vaccine a stressful affair for parents. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the Am…
 
Here's your morning news: Driver of car in semi-autonomous mode faces manslaughter charges in fatal crash; Man suspected of fatally stabbing a UCLA grad student arrested; Homicides in L.A. nearly double in past two years; City leaders look to crack down on criminal activity in short-term rentals; LAUSD officials say on-campus learning safe due to C…
 
What's happening today: Federal government now taking orders for at-home COVID tests; L.A. county EMS says wait times are getting shorter; COVID hospitalizations still rising in many SoCal counties; Omicron surge sidelining nearly 1,000 LAPD employees; 15 year old boy shot in northwest Pasadena on Tuesday. This program is made possible in part by t…
 
Here's your morning news: Reward offered in murder of UCLA grad student; LAPD releases bodycam footage in December fatal shooting; LAFD may soon see its first female chief; Optimism as L.A. County reports fewer than 23,000 COVID cases; O.C. officials say healthcare system is overtaxed amid staffing shortages; New date and venue for Grammy Awards; N…
 
What's happening today: LAFD's first female nominee for chief vows to crack down on toxic culture; COVID infections especially high in shelters and camps for the unhoused; The Grammys get new date and venue. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support…
 
Here's your morning news: Signs of optimism as new COVID infections slow; Echo Park COVID testing site reopens; College students delaying or dropping plans for further education; Construction of new 6th Street bridge hits milestone; Closing loophole that allows doctors to get medical licenses restored after sexually assaulting patients; Fight over …
 
This was the most popular episode of 2020. Apparently, people are interested in the views of former GCHQ Director, Joint Intelligence Committee Chair, and first UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator on, well - how spies think. I am sure David – now a Visiting Professor at Kings College, London – has a few thoughts on the subject. Hear Andrew deb…
 
What's happening today: The latest COVID numbers for L.A. County show possible signs of hope; O.C. partners with UC Irvine to open youth mental health centers; Tuesday court date for first of four charged in fatal LAPD shooting; Super Bowl committee hoping for rapid end of Omicron surge; Last Japanese restaurant in Boyle Heights in now an L.A. hist…
 
Here's your morning news: COVID deaths climbing in L.A. County; Mobile testing labs for police open on PCH; Amid teacher shortage, Gov. Newsom giving school districts more flexibility in hiring substitutes; Organizers offering rapid COVID testing after Kingdom Day Parade is cancelled; L.A.-based non-profit celebrating MLK Day with block party and c…
 
In this Sunday edition: In affluent or gentrifying areas of the Los Angeles Unified School District, parent fundraising organizations often cover some major costs. Are they buying an education inaccessible to most Los Angeles students? A special investigation by education reporter Kyle Stokes. This program is made possible in part by the Corporatio…
 
In this weekend edition: Riley “Blues Boy” King’s life has been chronicled endlessly, but a new biography of B.B.’s life from journalist Daniel de Visé, carefully paints a picture of B.B.’s life through interviews and stories from surviving members of his inner circle, including managers, fellow musicians, life-long friends and even his ex-wife. Ai…
 
What's happening today: Feds to begin distributing at-home COVID test kits; Are popup COVID test sites safe to use?; L.A. Homeless Services Authority postpones shelter count again; Feds charge four in killing of LAPD officer. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the Americ…
 
Here's your morning news: Feds charge four in robbery and killing of off-duty LAPD officer; LAPD chief says crime was lower in 2021 than in 2020; Gov. Newsom denies parole for 1968 RFK murderer; COVID hospitalizations top 4,000 in L.A. County; New guidelines to combat spread of Omicron variant; MLK parade and other events cancelled; What does the c…
 
What's happening today: Omicron surge testing limits of hospitals and frontline workers; American Red Cross faces blood and staffing shortages; L.A. County moving to address "gaps in language proficiency and cultural competency" in Dept. of Children & Family Services. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting,…
 
Here's your morning news: Four arrests made in fatal shooting of LAPD officer; Crime trends over the past year; Police officers suing LAUSD over COVID vaccine mandate; Schools struggling with staffing shortages; Hospital administrators considering asking asymptomatic COVID-positive employees to continue working; State universal healthcare plan inch…
 
What's happening today: Hospitalizations climbing in L.A. and Orange Counties; Restaurants shorthanded during Omicron surge; 5-11 years olds far behind in vaccination rates; Over 2,000 LAUSD employees granted vaccine exemptions; Garcetti ambassadorship nomination goes to Senate for approval. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation …
 
Here's your morning news: BLM organizers suing City of L.A. claiming civil right violations by LAPD; Shootings by LAPD officers are on the rise; Mayor Garcetti says slain LAPD officer is a 'hero'; Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science campus closes due to bomb threat; O.C. COVID hospitalizations top 1,000; Pete Buttigieg tours L.A. ports …
 
What's happening today: LAPD seeks public's help tracking down three people involved in fatal shooting of off-duty officer; Omicron putting strain on hospitals and healthcare workers, primarily by unvaccinated patients; LAUSD reopens with COVID testing requirements. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a…
 
Here's your morning news: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to visit Port of Long Beach to discuss supply chain issues; Gov. Newsom unveils state budget for next fiscal year; Universal pre-K to be rolled out by 2026; Classes at LAUSD resume today; Cal Poly Pomona will start the new semester remotely; Calls for justice at funeral of teen kille…
 
Alexis Albion – star of our 500th episode anniversary special – is a very good friend of the current Undersecretary for Arms Control & International Security, Bonnie Jenkins. Way back when, they were both on the 9/11 Commission Report – while Alexis’ focus was on the CIA and counterterrorism before the attacks, Bonnie’s was on the DOD and counterte…
 
What's happening today: Funeral held for teen girl killed by stray police bullet, and multiple investigations have been announced; How accurate are at-home COVID tests? This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com…
 
Here's your morning news: Omicron surge continues with over 45,000 new cases reported in L.A. County; LAUSD postponing athletic competitions scheduled for this week; L.A. Metro buses are no longer free; Nighttime road work continues on I-10; Funeral held for teen girl killed by police bullet; PG&E to tap into state emergency fund to pay for wildfir…
 
In this Sunday edition: The assault of Berlinda Nibo in L.A. last Jan. 6 went viral. An expert says far-right extremists have expanded their activities to political battles over vaccines, gender and race. Reported by Frank Stoltze. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the …
 
In this weekend edition: What if your loved one was very sick, but their illness made them think they weren’t and therefore they refused help? That’s the excruciatingly frustrating plight of countless families who fight a common symptom of mental illness known as anosognosia, or, lack of insight. This week Robert Garrova reported on how anosognosia…
 
What's happening today: Oscar-winning actor Sidney Poitier has died at 94; Over 43,000 new COVID infections in L.A. County; LAUSD offering free home test kits; When you should get boosted if you've had COVID. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Suppor…
 
Here's your morning news: L.A. shatters record with 37,000 new infections reported; O.C. infections jump 35% since Wednesday; Challenges ahead as hundreds of police and firefighters quarantined with infections; More on death of L.A. firefighter in Rancho Palos Verdes; The latest on one of California's largest wage theft cases; L.A. City Council wil…
 
What's happening today: L.A. firefighter dies at Rancho Palos Verdes home; Omicron hitting police and firefighters hard; Local hospitals admitting more COVID patients; More universities starting semester remotely; YMCAs offering COVID tests; Threats to politicians continue a year after Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. This program is made possible in p…
 
Here's your morning news: County vaccination sites begin offering boosters to children 12-15; COVID positivity rate climbs to nearly 1 in 3 people; Concern as hundreds of police and firefighters in isolation after testing positive; State indoor mask mandate extended through February 15; Funeral services set for girl accidentally shot and killed by …
 
What's happening today: State mask mandate extended through at least February 15; Hundreds of L.A. police and firefighters suspended over vaccine mandate; Entertainment industry events postponed due to Omicron surge; Eyes on Super Bowl amid current COVID surge; L.A. records first case of 'flurona'. This program is made possible in part by the Corpo…
 
Here's your morning news: Residents near Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant are suing the city of L.A. over sewage spill; County sanitation officials reimbursing residents in Carson for recent spill; LAUSD and USC return with new safety protocols; In-person services suspended at Malibu City Hall; L.A. soccer team gets new head coach; Long Beach State…
 
What's happening today: Cedars-Sinai seeing rapid rise in COVID hospitalizations; L.A. City Council to return to virtual meetings; UCLA study says nearly a quarter of fast food employees contracted COVID; Recent rains make a dent but not enough to end drought; College basketball disruptions continue due to outbreaks. This program is made possible i…
 
Here's your morning news: FDA OKs Pfizer booster for kids 12-15; LAUSD to require COVID tests for all; Spotty attendance for Burbank Unified's new semester; College sports getting hit hard by latest COVID surge; Torrence teaming up with L.A. Galaxy to keep sports complex open; Santa Clarita Republican State Senator tests positive for COVID; Assembl…
 
Spook. Warrior. Author. This week’s guest is one helluva interesting guy. He was in a clandestine Special Forces unit in Berlin during the Cold War, “stay behinds” who would sabotage, subvert and generally wreak havoc should World War III break out. He was badly wounded after driving over a land-mine in Somalia in 1992, almost losing his entire leg…
 
What's happening today: LAUSD requiring COVID tests for all before returning to campus; Hospitalizations increasing in O.C. and L.A. Counties; FDA announces changes to emergency authorization of vaccines; Cloth masks not enough to stave off Omicron. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporat…
 
Here's your morning news: Nearly 45,000 new COVID infections reported in L.A. County; Revised safety measures as kids return to school; Flight cancellations continue to disrupt travel at area airports; County courts going virtual again; Newport Beach city hall and community centers closed due to COVID surge; New law for disposing of food waste; Thi…
 
In this Sunday edition: Six years ago, Robert Calderon was shot and killed in Pasadena. His is one of several unsolved homicides in Pasadena over the last 10 years that haunt family members. Calderon's mother, Sarah Toni Mendoza, is trying to keep his memory alive. Reported by Emily Elena Dugdale. This program is made possible in part by the Corpor…
 
In this New Year's edition: For many Angelenos, tamales are the taste of Christmas. But for one family, growing corn for tamales is not only a celebration of their roots, but a way to combat the climate crisis. Reported by Erin Stone. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by t…
 
In this special New Year's Eve edition: Most of the 18 bands that will march in the Rose Parade on Saturday have practiced together for years. But one band has members who had never even met before this week. Reported by Sharon McNary. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by …
 
What's happening today: Fingers crossed at area airports as Omicron disrupts more flights; More than 50 rescued from flooded Malibu campground; New COVID infections in L.A. County top 20,000; Judge blocks order that blocks Inglewood from destroying police records; This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a p…
 
Here's your morning news: Hundreds of L.A. County employees suspended for violating COVID policies; Over 16,000 new COVID cases reported in L.A. County; Huntington Hospital preparing for infections originating at Rose Parade and Rose Bowl football game; Judge orders Inglewood PD to preserve records; Free Metro rides ending Jan. 10. This program is …
 
What's happening today: New laws addressing recycling symbols on packaging, food composting; Officials say Huntington Beach oil spill cleanup is complete; Major precipitation headed for the mountains; Hamilton on hiatus due to COVID surge; Hollywood Bowl game also canceled; Ducks and Kings back on the ice after COVID postponements. This program is …
 
Here's your morning news: Archdiocese of L.A. accuses LAUSD of denying funding to Catholic schools; Simon Wiesenthal Center releases top ten list of 2021's anti-Semitic incidents; Long Beach PD chief tests positive for COVID; COVID hospitalizations nearly double since beginning of month; This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for …
 
Here's your afternoon news: Citizen's Redistricting Commission delivers new political maps; Attorneys looking to sue over utility rate hikes face limited filing period; Familiar disparities emerge in child vaccinations; Health officials expect more child hospitalizations due to Omicron; Incoming LAUSD head signals desire to keep campuses open. This…
 
Here's your morning news: LAPD bodycam video raises questions in North Hollywood clothing store shooting; League of Latin American Citizens demand answers; Health officials expect explosion of new COVID infections this week; Health insurance officials urge people to sign up for coverage; More flight cancellations due to staffing shortages. This pro…
 
Project Prometheus. In the words of ex-Delta Force author Brad Taylor, “Super Double Daddy Bad Classified.” If you’re looking to find a podcast that helps break down the complexities of Chinese foreign policy through the vehicle of a page-turner written by a NYT Bestselling Author, you’ve arrived at the right doorstep my friend. Brad does serious r…
 
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