Overtime with AT&T Sportsnet's Rob King. The guys finish up their Penguins discussion before shifting to the red-hot Pirates. He loves the brand of baseball they are playing, hustling and playing the game the right way. Rob has also been encouraged by the group of players considered to be the club's building blocks of the future. Jacob Stallings and Colin Moran have especially stood out.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
AT&T Sportsnet's Rob King joins the show to discuss the recent stellar play from the Penguins and their hard-fought win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday. He also weighs in on how he thinks Evgeni Malkin's eventual return will affect the team's chemistry. Rob points to their depth as to why they have played so well of late. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gene Steratore Looking Forward to Hotel Spaghetti Spreads in Indy, Rob King & more Upcoming Bucs n' Pucks, Sean Collier's Movie Reivews and more
Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
Officiating guru Gene Steratore calls in from Indianapolis ahead of tomorrow's Final Four, and why Gonzaga seems to be on another level. Rob King shares the joy of watching two first place teams in the Pens and Bucs, plus Sean Collier's movie reviews and the first big block buster of 2021.
How is the role of internal audit changing? Rob King, corporate vice president and chief audit executive at FedEx, sits down with Sandy Pundmann to talk about delivering insights and foresights to stakeholders, innovating with new technologies to deliver assurance and risk assessments, and harnessing data to accelerate both insights and automation.
Azin and Andy discuss American Idiot by Green Day with special guest Rob King. Listen to the album and join them for the chat. Recorded 1st November 2020 ----- Rob is a musician, composer, producer and educator. He's recently released a stunningly beautiful low-fi classical EP called Never Better which is well worth your further attention. Listen to Never Better Rob on Instagram ----- Music Book Club Season 1 Top Tracks playlist Have feedback? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org Brought to you by Automatic Panic. Check us out wherever you listen to and/or look at things. Join our mailing list www.automaticpanic.co.uk
Rob King, ESPN Editor-At-Large on The Most Important Job in Sports
The CEO Sessions
E30: Rob King is ESPN’s Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large. His role is to help define ESPN’s journalistic direction.He oversaw ESPN’s original content portfolio including: ESPN Films, 30 for 30 and ESPN+ original series, ESPN the Magazine, The Undefeated, and Outside the Lines.Previously Rob served as Senior Vice President, Original Content and Senior Vice President, SportsCenter, and Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of ESPN.com.He received an undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University and a graduate degree from Penn State. He’s also served as a Pulitzer Prize judge and is a member of the Associated Press board of directors. He chairs the Poynter Institute’s National Advisory Board and was named by Fast Company among its “Most Creative People.”Rob’s LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rob-king-92a62a5/ WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER:What’s it like having one of the most important jobs in sports.Why he often gets called upon to be “wise in real time”.How to help your team think bigger.How Rob prepares his team to surprise and delight in every story.Where the idea came from for pivoting ESPN’s College GameDay to the Masters.How to leverage utility and wonder to communicate your messages.The key to ESPN’s successful navigation of the Pandemic.The moment they knew “The Last Dance” was going to be big.How to recognize and tell a great story.The key components of a great story.The greatest gift leaders can give their team.The phrase that inspires creativity at ESPN.How to generate creativity in yourself and others.The question Rob uses to open his meetings to inspire creativity.A classic Improv activity to generate creativity.Rob’s advice for those from under-represented groups who’d like to advance in their career.How former ESPN President, George Bodenheimer, turned a perceived failure into one of their greatest opportunities. Rob’s most colorful story from doing a live event.Rob’s book and music recommendations for leaders.The daily 15-minute activity that Rob uses to get his day started, and what he does when he needs to take a break. The career decision Rob made that led cartoonist to the executive ranks.HIGHLIGHTS:The Questions that Rob uses to identify a great story:Will it drive empathy?Will it take you places you didn’t think you’d go?Will it make you share that story with someone else?What success routines Rob picked along the way:Being present for the family.Doing the New York Times Cross Word Puzzle.QUOTES:“Great storytelling allows you to see the world through the ideas of others.”“The story has to make you feel something.”“A good story makes you want to share it.”“The greatest thing a leader can give their team is hope and optimism.”“Hope and optimism inspire creativity.”On identifying a great story…”Listen for something in someone’s journey that others will immediately identify as the same as theirs.”“On what it’s like working at ESPN…“Most days it feels like family.”RESOURCES:New York Times Cross Word Puzzle https://www.nytimes.com/crosswordsThe Last Dance Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Z9JtNcCWYNational Association of Black Journalists https://nabjonline.org/National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communication https://namic.comAn Absolutely Remarkable Thing, Hank Green https://www.amazon.com/Absolutely-Remarkable-Thing-Novel/dp/1524743445Utopia Avenue, David Mitchell https://www.amazon.com/Utopia-Avenue-Novel-David-Mitchell/dp/0812997433Children of Time, Adrian Tchaikovsky https://www.amazon.com/Children-Time-Adrian-Tchaikovsky/dp/0316452505The Ride of a Life Time, Robert Iger https://www.amazon.com/Ride-Lifetime-Lessons-Learned-Company/dp/0399592091Every Town is a Sports Town, George Bodenheimer https://www.amazon.com/Every-Town-Sports-Leadership-Boardroom-ebook/dp/B00NERQS70Pappyland, Wright Thompson https://www.amazon.com/Pappyland-Story-Family-Bourbon-Things/dp/0735221251I Came as a Shadow, John Thompson https://www.amazon.com/I-Came-As-Shadow-Autobiography/dp/1250619351MUSIC DISCUSSED:Prince and the RevolutionThe PoliceMiles Davis: Kind of Blue (The soundtrack from his wedding)Miles Davis: Sketches of SpainMagic Slim and Tear DropsBuddy GuyRolling Stones-------------------Apply to be on the show-------------------CONNECT WITH BEN:https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/https://twitter.com/BenFanning1
Retro noty 35: Bardi Might & Magic Paul Romero & Rob King
Podcasty Retro Nation
Jarda Konáš vás zavede do říše not pánů, kteří mohou za hudbu série Might & Magic – ale nejen to! Otevřete sluchovody, hudba přitéká. Legendární herní značka Might & Magic je neoddělitelně spjata s autorskou dvojicí Rob King a Paul Romero. Ačkoliv nebyli u jejího zrodu, zapojili se až do práce na prvním dílu Heroes of Might & Magic, jejich tvůrčí rukopis vtiskl Might & Magic takové kouzlo, že od té doby pracovali na všech dalších dílech. Přestože jejich skladatelské dílo prakticky zůstalo zakonzervováno ve světě Might & Magic, nebáli se s ním pracovat dál a přenést je mimo obrazovky počítačů. Zároveň jsou oba talentovaní muzikanti, kteří se každý zprvu realizoval v úplně jiné oblasti. Proto se v podcastu podíváme nejen na jejich dílo, ale povíme si i příběh, jak se jejich zprvu absolutně vzdálené cesty náhodou protnuly. A z té náhody nakonec vznikly jedny z nejhezčích melodií v herní historii. Podívejte se na https://www.retronation.cz na další skvělé výlety do herních světů!
Rob King is a fiercely passionate Australian, previously serving his country in the Australian Army deploying on multiple overseas operations and conflicts, now a small business owner he has turned his eyes on protecting Australia and it’s liberty on Australian soil. Rob believes Democracy and Freedom must be constantly fought for and respected by every generation that succeeds the last.
Ep. 2: Chris & Coach; Beyond the Box Score with Rob King '84
Chris & Coach; Beyond the Box Score Podcast
In the second episode of Chris & Coach; Beyond the Box Score, Chris Grace and Mike Whalen ’83 interview Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large of ESPN Content, Rob King ’84. King explains why he chose Wesleyan, what it was like playing for legendary men’s basketball coach Herb Kenny, how ESPN production navigated through tough times with no sports due to Covid-19, ‘The Last Dance’ documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, and he gives valuable advice to current students, among much more.
Rob King- Conversion Projects & The Mistakes to Avoid
Property Investing 2.0
Rob has been developing property for almost 20 years now. He started with small refurbishment projects and now specialises in commercial conversions. His company-King Property has current and completed projects worth over £16 million in asset value. In this episode we discuss the insights into Rob's property strategy and the ever important lessons he has learnt along the way.