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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Richard Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Richard Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Richard Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Richard Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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AMP 201: The Problem With Ad Tech (And What Companies Should Do About It) With Richard Jones From Cheetah Digital

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The ad tech industry—specifically, Facebook—continues to create privacy consent concerns and public discontent. How much do people trust social networks and the brands that advertise on them?

Today’s guest is Richard Jones, chief marketing officer (CMO) for Cheetah Digital. If you rely on social advertising to promote your business, Richard talks about what you need to know to prevent or handle damage to your brand’s reputation.

Some of the highlights of the show include:

  • Ethics: What problems does ad tech introduce into social marketing?
  • Digital Footprint: Personal information gets presented without permission
  • Under the Knife: Invasion of privacy when bombarded with ads on Facebook
  • Stop Hate for Profit: Campaign to curb hate speech and put people before profit
  • Money or Morality? Ad pressure makes it okay to break up with social media
  • For Sale: Personal data creates polarization of society, dangerous environment
  • Algorithms: People’s inability to curate truth, not simply sort shared information
  • Social Media Alternatives: How to shut off highly effective or targeted ad spend?
  • End of Era: Fast and loose data powering third-party advertising economy is over
  • Trust Economy: Why trust is most impactful economic power over data privacy
  • COVID Impact: Expect increase in promotions and people looking for value

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Sep 08 2020 · 31mins
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Do Gooders | Richard Jones | 23/08/20 | Online

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We consider God’s goodness and how He wants us to know, enjoy and share this goodness with everyone, at every opportunity. 
 

Aug 24 2020 · 26mins

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Podcast 74 - Wasps with Richard Jones

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This week I’m speaking to nationally acclaimed entomologist and author of the book ‘Wasp’, Richard Bugman Jones, about a species of wildlife that may not spring to mind as one of your immediate favourites. Wasps, yellow jackets, jaspers, stripy bastards…whatever you call these members of the insect world and whether you love them or loathe them, you will certainly learn lots about them as Richard explains their life cycles and the role they play in ecosystems. If you’re not convinced to become a full-blown wasp lover by the end of the episode, I suspect you will at least have a grudging respect for these resilient creatures. (FYI This episode was recorded a while ago, so it may sound as if we're talking in late winter.)

About Richard Jones:

Richard writes about insects, wildlife and the environment for a number of publications such as Gardener’s World and BBC Wildlife magazines, The Guardian and The Sunday times. He guests on programmes such as Radio 4’s Home Planet and Natural Histories, plus is the author of many books, full list below. He is a fellow of the Royal Entomological Society and of the Linneaen Society of London. He’s past president of the British Entomological and Natural History Society. 

What we talk about:

  • The number of species of wasps plus which wasps you’re most likely to find in your garden
  • The life cycle of a wasp
  • A look at a typical nest
  • What stings worse, a wasp, bee or hornet?
  • Invasive species

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Richard Jones’s website: www.bugmanjones.com

Books by Richard Jones

Wasp - Reaktion Books, 2019

Beetles - Collins New Naturalists Series, 2018 

Call of Nature: The Secret Life of Dung - Pelagic Publishing, 2017 

House Guests, House Pests - Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016 

Nano Nature - Collins, 2008 

Mosquito - Reaktion Books, 2012 

The Little Book of Nits - A & C Black Publishers, 2012 

Extreme Insects - HarperCollins, 2010 

Get in touch:

Email podcast@rootsandall.co.uk

Website www.rootsandall.co.uk

Twitter @rootsandall

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Help me keep the podcast free & independent! Donate as much or as little as you like at https://www.patreon.com/rootsandall 

Aug 17 2020 · 32mins
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Serengeti director/producer John Downer and DP Richard Jones on the Discovery Channel series, the challenges and new technologies for shooting wildlife documentaries

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The Cinematography Podcast Episode 81: John Downer and Richard Jones

Director John Downer and cinematographer Richard Jones have always had a love of animals. John went to work for the BBC after film school and quickly moved into the BBC Natural History division. Richard grew up in Kenya and started out in the film industry, then went to work with a wildlife filmmaker in Botswana, soon picking up a camera and teaching himself. They both agree that to be a good wildlife documentarian, it's important to spend a great deal of time around the animals, in order to understand and anticipate what they are going to do and capture it on camera. For the Discovery Channel/BBC series Serengeti, John and Richard felt for the first time that all the camera technology was finally advanced enough to capture the true nature of the animal's lives. They were able to use small, high quality hidden remote cameras that are durable and “lion proof,” as well as a special array of cameras with long lenses on a stabilization system attached to their vehicles, so Richard could shoot while the jeep was driving. While wild animals are definitely not directable, John and Richard knew what wildlife they wanted to follow as characters with the script following the changing seasons as an overarching story plotline. Serengeti follows the interconnected stories of a cast of savannah animals over one year, capturing the drama of the wildlife up close. It was important for John and producer Simon Fuller to show that animals are a lot like us and we are all in this world together.

See Serengeti on Discovery GO: https://go.discovery.com/tv-shows/serengeti/
Find John Downer: http://jdp.co.uk/
Find Richard Jones: http://rmjfilming.com/

Find out even more about this episode, with extensive show notes and links: http://camnoir.com/ep81/

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Jul 02 2020 · 1hr

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INTERVIEW: Richard Jones, CMO of Cheetah Digital

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#63 - INTERVIEW: Richard Jones, CMO of Cheetah Digital

This week, I’m thrilled to be speaking with Richard Jones, CMO of Cheetah Digital. The company describes itself as a cross-channel customer engagement solution provider. They offer everything from acquisition to loyalty and have worked with some of the world’s biggest brands including American Express, Hilton, Walgreens, and Williams-Sonoma.

Over the past two months he’s been working tirelessly to help brands navigate this crisis, and on this week's episode we talk all about what restaurant owners can be doing now to SURVIVE... and what they should be planning to THRIVE. 

May 25 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Episode 8: Chris Michael and Richard Jones

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This week we chat with clown Chris Michael and mime artist Richard Jones about their work, award winning onions and the yakuza. 

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OTM Podcast is hosted by Miriam Higgins and Krage Brown

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Music: Vienna Beat by Blue Dot Sessions under Creative Commons License

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May 14 2020 · 32mins
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Special Educational Needs, a Little Victory and military magic with Lance Corporal Richard Jones

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So what is military life like for a child with special educational needs? Louise from the charity Little Troopers talks to Mum Stacey about finding the right support for her son Noah. We celebrate a Little Victory with five year old Joshua and Lance Corporal Richard Jones, the magician who won Britain’s Got Talent, talks about his life in the Army.
Apr 21 2020 · 29mins
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Episode 65 - (Interview) With Richard Jones - CMO of Cheetah Digital

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Welcome loyal listeners to another episode of The Loyalty Minute, I’m your host Rob Gallo and today I am excited to chat with Richard Jones, the CMO of Cheetah Digital

Welcome to the show Richard, thanks for joining me.

For those loyal listeners out there who don’t know who you are or what you do, perhaps you can share a bit of your story and background...

For more information and to hear other insightful brand and customer loyalty conversations, please visit theloyaltyminute.com Enjoy!


--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rob-gallo/message
Apr 14 2020 · 32mins
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Made For Mission | Richard Jones | 19/01/2020 | Central

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God has made mankind with a clear identity and purpose; to be blessed, fruitful and to bring His rule to bear on earth. With Jesus as our example; we can learn how our physical bodies, when dedicated to God and full of the Holy Spirit, are made for mission!

Jan 20 2020 · 43mins
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Journalism and the Ethics of Encounter ft. Richard Jones and Victoria St. Martin

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How do you educate students and young journalists to actively listen to people, try to understand them, accompany them, and be with them in difficult situations? Richard Jones and Victoria St. Martin are teaching Notre Dame students that being a professional journalist and someone who is compassionate do not need to be mutually exclusive. Richard Jones is the Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Director of the John W. Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy and Victoria St. Martin is a distinguished visiting journalist with the Gallivan Program and the print publications coordinator with Notre Dame Student Media. Together they teach the course Covering America, a conceptual and skills-based immersion into the world of national reporting, one of the most complex and challenging forms of journalism. Students learn the principles of reporting, writing, and the journalistic applications of digital media. The capstone assignment in the course is a six-day reporting trip during spring break to the site of an ongoing national story.

Dec 12 2019 · 41mins
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