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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Cohen. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Cohen, often where they are interviewed.

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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Cohen. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Cohen, often where they are interviewed.

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55. Volume: David Cohen Uncut: Heart

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Entrepreneurship is about a lot of things. It’s about ambition, drive and, yes, it’s about money, too. But above all, if it’s not coming from the heart, it means nothing. This is The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, a highly produced, revealing audio docuseries that follows me, Ronsley Vaz, and my guests, as we strive to go inside & unravel the inner workings ...

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Nov 26 2020 · 1hr 18mins
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The Executive Roundtable: David Cohen, IAB | Advertising in a Transformative Time | Nov 18, 2020

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David Cohen, CEO of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) joins eMarketer co-founder and Insider Intelligence chief evangelist Geoff Ramsey to discuss how digital advertising is adapting to changing times, including the growth of the connected TV ecosystem, developments in privacy regulation, the quest for marketing attribution, and the need for identity resolution in a post-cookie world.
Nov 18 2020 · 25mins

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087 David Cohen: Out of The Box Approach to Commercial Real Estate

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David Cohen: Out of The Box Approach to Commercial Real Estate

Meet David Cohen, a commercial real estate broker, a father, and has sold $1 Billion + in real estate sales. He has had to think out of the box and approach deals differently to achieve success selling commercial properties to billionaires.

In this episode of Construct Your Life with Austin Linney, David narrates his story from when he was a teenage basketball player, to slacking when given opportunities in real estate, up until when he decided to change things for himself and chase after success. He talks about the difference between how people carry themselves in both residential and commercial real estate.

Listen in to learn the importance of finding your footing and following your path as a real estate agent in the commercial space.

“The only way you’re going to extract information from someone is if they trust you.”- David [34:18]  

What You Will Discover:

  • [9:51] Taking the steps that lead to the rest of your life.
  • [31:30] The difference between residential real estate and commercial real estate.
  • [33:40] The power of trust, integrity, and authenticity when doing commercial real estate deals.
  • [40:37] How to build an out of the box approach to deals and be successful.
  • [48:55] How to make communication easier by connecting the seller and buyer when doing bigger deals.
  • [1:06:58] Learning to follow your own path and build relationships to mold yourself for success.

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Nov 12 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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IAB’s David Cohen with the Pulse of Digital Media & Marketing

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When David Cohen joined the IAB as President, the US was two weeks into stay-at-home mandates. While that may have curtailed in-person conferences the industry association is known for, it upped the focus on all things digital. Not long after, the ante was also upped for Cohen personally when he was named CEO following the 14 year run of Randall Rothenberg. Pressure? Not to hear Cohen, who has helmed major agency divisions and had $20B in media spending under his purview during his days at MAGNA and UM. But pandemic-influenced strategy changes? Definitely.
In support of its mission to “empower the media and marketing industries to thrive in the digital economy” – let alone during a COVID economy -- Cohen has “brought an unprecedented number of industry captains into their leadership councils and transformed the timeliness of their strategic initiatives.”

Those words from Rothenberg’s commendation of Cohen on his promotion sparked a song from me. Of course. No one is safe. But that didn’t curtail a compelling conversation about more serious matters, such as Cohen telling me about the advantages that came with adapting to the digital world as early as the 90’s and how he – and the IAB overall – are continuing to innovate with today’s current technologies for marketers. I also put Cohen in the same hot seat he put recent panelists in when moderating a Reach Conference talk himself, asking what he would most like to see fixed in our current digital eco-sphere.

Cohen moderating Reach Conference panel

We also discuss:

Cohen’s A-ha! Moment – from the Yellow Pages!
The lessons he learned after joining the IAB family that every marketing agency should know
"Pulse studies" on changes in consumer consumption trends to media buyers/seller polls
The IAB’s Brand Disruption Summit
How to navigate through your Brand and Demand goals
The shift in how digital engagement is being accomplished
How IAB is helping in pushing cross-platform forward
Like his friend and recent Insider Interviews guest, Carl Fremont, Cohen has a pro-social personal mission. Hear how he -- and ANA's Bill Tucker -- are helping push support of disadvantaged children.

Resources Mentioned:

2020 IAB Brand Disruption Summit
Partnership with Children

Social Media Links:

David Cohen LinkedIn
IAB on Twitter IAB, IAB Tech Lab

Insider Interviews is on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Please share the podcast and share how smart you are about media, marketing and advertising! To reach out to be considered for an episode or suggest questions or a guest — or to have your own bespoke podcast series produced and/or hosted by E.B. Moss -- email podcasts@mossappeal.com. We’re “hear” for you!
Oct 22 2020 · 38mins
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02 - David Cohen

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In this episode we cover:

  • Building bridges and relationships not just for capital, but across the spectrum
  • Delevoping ecosystems in surprising places like Buffalo, NY
  • Long term view - developing an ecosystem takes time, which leaders and entrepreneurs in the community are going to be here in 20 years?
  • Launching companies and raising capital in a recession

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Sep 08 2020 · 38mins
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Social Distancing With Friends: David Cohen And Dennis Bucheim

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Newly appointed IAB President David Cohen and IAB Tech Lab President Dennis Buchheim talk to AdExchanger about how the pandemic has changed the industry organization’s priorities over the coming year – and how the pandemic isn’t derailing plans for a number of important initiatives, including Project Rearc.

Apr 29 2020 · 33mins
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"Don't Let It Go": Interview with NZ Journalist and Author David Cohen

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David Cohen joins Amy for a wide-ranging discussion this week. He is a Wellington journalist and author whose work has been widely published in New Zealand and around the world. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, The Spectator, The Jerusalem Report and The Christian Science Monitor. He is the author of six books, the latest of which, Book of Cohen, had to do with the late Leonard Cohen. He describes his personal enthusiasms as poetry, philosophy and Middle Eastern cooking. The last he has parlayed into a popular newsletter called Middle Feast--which he says is currently finding an appreciative readership at a time such as this when governments have shut down the economy and told people to stay in their own kitchens.

Find David at: www.editorialservicesnz.com

And Amy at: www.dontletitgo.com

Support the show:

www.patreon.com/AmyPeikoff www.subscribestar.com/amy-peikoff www.paypal.me/AmyPeikoff

Videos of "Don't Let It Go" are available on YouTube, where the show also streams live: https://www.youtube.com/c/dontletitgo/
Apr 16 2020 · 1hr 47mins
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David Cohen of RE:PLAY GAMES | Texas Tea Podcast #13

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This is a slightly self-serving episode for the host Roger. David Cohen of Re:Play Games discusses the recent trend of bars pairing with arcades, why people cheat at video games, GameStop's failure, his personal favorite games, the future of esports, what creates the demand and pricing for older games, what type of person plays The Sims, and a slew of unpopular video game opinions.

If you have any questions for David that weren't answered, please comment below and he will be happy to answer.

Apr 12 2020 · 53mins
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Good Law | Bad Law - Abortion Roadblocks: A Conversation w/ David Cohen

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Why is it so hard – and getting harder – to get an abortion in the U.S. today?

Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by Professor David Cohen, of Drexel University’s Kline School of law, to discuss accessibility of abortion. David’s new co-authored book on the topic, Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America, tells the story of abortion in our country and captures a disturbing reality of insurmountable barriers people face when trying to exercise their legal rights to medical services.

Despite the controversy surrounding this issue, it is a constitutional right that women have access to abortion. Yet getting an abortion can be a monumental challenge in many places throughout the United States, forcing some to risk their lives and livelihoods in the process. Aaron and David dive into these obstacles and their implications, discussing restrictions, fake clinics, health care coverage, protestors and more. David explains his approach to the book and reasons for working on it while talking about state legislation, upcoming Supreme Court cases, and how the law tries to interfere with women’s rights and autonomy.

A graduate of Columbia Law, Professor Cohen’s scholarship explores the intersection of constitutional law and gender, emphasizing how the law impacts abortion provision, including violence against abortion providers, as well as sex segregation and masculinity. In addition to his most recent book, David is also the co-author of Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-Abortion Terrorism. Published in 2015, “Living in the Crosshairs” examines how abortion providers are targeted by anti-abortion extremists and how law can better respond.

Professor Cohen has published articles in the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, George Washington Law Review, and others. Before coming to Drexel, David was a lecturer-in-law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law and held adjunct professor positions at Penn and Long Island University. He currently serves on the board of directors for the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia and the National Abortion Care Network. Professor Cohen also continues to work on pro bono cases affecting abortion access and LGBT rights.

To learn more about Professor Cohen, please visit his bio page at Drexel here.

To check out Professor Cohen’s new book, Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America, please click here.

Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: David Cohen

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Feb 14 2020 · 49mins
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David Cohen – Season 2 – Episode 76

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Broad-WHAT? is officially back after the holiday break, and we're so excited to look at the lineup of 2020 guests so far. 2019 was spent recording with so many incredible artists, and I'm so excited for you to hear their stories going into the new decade!

This year starts off with a bang with the absolutely amazing David Cohen. He is kind as he is talented, and I was so excited at the prospect of finally meeting him properly. Luckily for me, he was quick to accept the offer to come on the show, and I was overjoyed to chat with him; as you'll hear, we quickly realized we had an crazy amount in common. David has worked all over the country, and has been an integral part of some of the best shows I've seen, so I can't wait to introduce him to you, the Broad-WHAT? audience.

Hope you enjoy this weeks episode! Stay tuned for more episodes airing every Wednesday!
Jan 15 2020 ·