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Jonathan Martin

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Catching NYT's Jonathan Martin on Capitol Hill

The Friday Reporter

What a lucky opportunity to catch Jonathan Martin - national political correspondent for New York Times - on Capitol Hill during the debate on the landmark infrastructure bill in 2021.  Jonathan's covering national politics and how it plays out in the arena on Capitol Hill -- while also writing a great book about the historic times in which we're living today in 2021.  All tips and insights for this book (due in early 2022) should be directed to jonathan.martin@nytimes.com.  Audio is a little spotty in times -- stick with it!


8 Oct 2021

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New York Times Reporter Jonathan Martin on the Dysfunction Around Biden's Infrastructure Bill and the Build Back Better Agenda

The Bakari Sellers Podcast

Bakari is joined by New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin to talk about the infighting among Democrats around President Joe Biden's domestic agenda (2:22), what is motivating senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema (12:48), and whether and when we can expect to see Biden's infrastructure bill passed (21:08).Host: Bakari SellersGuest: Jonathan MartinExecutive Producer: Jarrod LoadholtProducer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


4 Oct 2021

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A High-Wire Act (with Jonathan Martin)

Hacks On Tap

Jonathan Martin, a national political correspondent for The New York Times, joins Axe and Murphy to discuss the rift between progressive and moderate Democrats over the size and scope of their economic agenda, the latest example of Trump’s grip on the Republican Party, and whether foreign policy matters to voters.


21 Sep 2021

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Jonathan Martin From The New York Times

Now More Than Ever

Jonathan Martin, National Political Correspondent for The New York Times joins us for a lively discussion about how just showing up is basically the key to success.  We talk about his experiences as a cub reporter for the National Journal, jumping to Politico, and ultimately to heading up national political correspondence for The Gray Lady.  Along the way, he channels his inner RW Apple, by always finding the place where the locals go to eat – including Doe’s in Little Rock and Bud’s in Montgomery, AL along with our intrepid host The Chairman.  Follow Jonathan @jmartNYT on Twitter Podcast Instagram Podcast Twitter Dave Instagram Dave Twitter Chris Twitter Chris Instagram  Show email: nowmorethaneverpod@gmail.com

1hr 14mins

29 Jun 2021

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Jonathan Martin and Filmquest Film Festival

First Films

This week we talk to Jonathan Martin about the film fest we just came back from called FIlmQuest.  We chat about what a film festival is looking for in a submission, why you should go to a film festival and Jonathan tells Jake the actual score his short film Rental was given by the judges.http://www.filmquestfest.com/


8 Jun 2021

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Building Bridges (with Jonathan Martin)

Hacks On Tap

Jonathan Martin, a national political correspondent for The New York Times, joins Axe and Gibbs to discuss the make or break moment for infrastructure talks, whether a bill to restrict voting in Texas will reinvigorate the voting rights debate in the Senate, and why 2021 might be the best of times and the worst of times for progressives. Plus, the Hacks discussion Jonathan’s reporting on how races in New Mexico and Arkansas are test cases for both parties ahead of the midterms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 1min

1 Jun 2021

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Jonathan Martin: Dare to Fail - Creating New Intimacy That Explores the Humanity of Music Making

Nu Deco Unfiltered

We are excited to present today’s inspiring conversation with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Pops CEO and President, Jonathan Martin! We also share some highlights with you today from a soon-to-be-released musical suite based of the music of the Beach Boys and co-written by Sam Hyken, Jason Matthews, Aaron Lebos, and Armando Lopez.  Be sure to check out the snippets at the beginning, and stick around for exclusive preview at the end!This wide-ranging conversation covers arts leadership in a whole new world, how staying curious and constant learning are essential, and that through digital concerts and relevantly-curated programs we can create unique intimacy through digital presentations that can take us places we have never been before. While never losing sight of how the first and main mission of an orchestra is to serve its community, Jonathan expresses how making music should never, in any way, be disconnected from the pulse of its hometown, or provided solely for the elite. There is a cohesive quality to music, and through its universality we can create magic, inclusion, and inspiration, both in the concert hall and in our communities. Finally, as the title suggests, Jonathan emphasizes that now, more than ever, we must DARE TO FAIL, and that finding new pathways forward for orchestral institutions will cause some growing pains along the way.  We are honored to share Jonathan’s wisdom, love of music and artists, and vast experience in our field, as well as his pathway to personal truth and success and the important lessons he has learned along the way.

1hr 10mins

21 May 2021

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DAWN IS COMING- Jonathan Martin

Prodigal Church

Prodigal Church welcomes Author-Pastor-Friend-Theologian Jonathan Martin for the finale of our Dawn is Coming series.You can purchase Jonathan's books here:http://jonathanmartinwords.com/howtosurviveashipwreck


28 Mar 2021

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Inauguration and Vegetarians at the BBQ with Jonathan Martin

Inverse Podcast

Inauguration and Vegetarians at the BBQ with Jonathan Martin. A conversation recorded in community to provide space and reflection on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and all that comes with it with Jonathan Martin. Follow Jonathan Martin on Instagram and Twitter @theboyonthebike and Instagram @jonathanamartin. Follow Drew Hart on Instagram and Twitter @druhart. Follow Jarrod McKenna on Instagram and Twitter @jarrodmckenna.

1hr 38mins

22 Jan 2021

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2020 with Jonathan Martin of The New York Times

The Bill Press Pod

Could Trump mount a successful comeback or is the cake baked? Will the Dems control the Senate? Will we know the winner on election night? Jonathan Martin is a National Political Correspondent for The New York Times. He is in touch with both campaigns, political operatives all over the country. And voters.His latest articles are here. Like Bill, he has been doing this for a long time. Deep insight.Today's Bill Press Pod is supported by The Laborers International Union of North America. More information at LIUNA.org. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


13 Oct 2020