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Nancy is a queer show, and it is also a very personal one. Not only do co-hosts Kathy Tu and Tobin Low share their friendship with the audience, they also share very personal stories from their lives. From coming out with language barriers to a lifetime of body image issues, Kathy and Tobin don’t hold back. And neither do the characters and stories on the show. After more than 30 episodes of their podcast, Nancy has struck a delicate balance between creating a show that feels very authentically Kathy and Tobin while at the same time providing a platform for other voices and stories to also be authentically themselves. Nancy has been named among the best podcasts of the year by TIME magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, and The Guardian.

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Alison Winter(Head of Audiences, BBC, UK) and Aled Haydn-Jones, (Head of Programmes, BBC Radio 1, UK)

In this joint session Alison Winter from BBC Audience Research will share the research that is shaping the strategy for the future of radio in the BBC. What does the data tell us about the way people are now consuming audio and radio? In a divergent media landscape, does radio still play a significant part in people’s lives? And how can the ‘number crunchers’ help programmers and producers create content that will engage and entertain radio audiences in the future? Head of Programmes Aled Haydn-Jones from BBC Radio 1 will then talk about, how BBC Radio is working with research in order to remain relevant to younger audiences and his view on the role of BBC Radio in an ever changing media landscape.

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Robert F. Potter(Professor and the Director, Institute for Communication Research at Indiana University, USA)

Professor Robert F. Potter is specialized in understanding how we, as listeners, unconsciously experience audio, music and radio, how we engage with audio, and our ability to remember what we hear. Using psychophysiology or social neuroscience, (the measurements of sweat, heart rhythms, fascial muscles and brainwaves) he will show you how he gets precise objective renderings of emotional engagement and attention to audio. Professor Potter will also help you make more effective radio messages, so your listeners can’t stop themselves from paying attention to your station.

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Former cheerleader Bailey Davis says cheerleading coaches warned their squad that the Saints players wanted to "prey on us."
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A former New Orleans Saints cheerleader who filed a federal complaint against the team said that cheerleading coaches described the team's players as "predators" and warned the squad’s members to stay away from them.

Bailey Davis, who said she was fired from the Saints cheerleading squad over a photo she posted to her private Instagram account, said a strict fraternization policy forbid the cheerleaders from interacting with the players beyond saying “hello” and “good game.”

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“They told me it was because, ‘You’re a pretty girl. You’re on the field. They’re going to want to talk to you,’" Davis told Megyn Kelly TODAY in her first live interview. "They say, 'The players are players.'”

Davis said an email from cheerleading coaches suggested the rules were intended to keep the women safe.

“They say they want to protect us from the players, that the players are predators, and that they’re going to want to prey on us,” Davis said.

Davis, 22, spent three seasons on the Saints cheerleadering team, or "Saintsations," as they are known. She said she was fired in January days after she posted a picture of herself wearing a one-piece outfit on her private Instagram account.

The team said the photo violated a rule that prohibits cheerleaders from appearing "nude," "semi-nude" or in "lingerie.” The team also accused her of breaking another rule that forbids cheerleaders from going to a party where players are present.

In her interview Wednesday, Davis told Megyn Kelly she was told her expression in the photo was "dirty."

“They told me that it was distasteful. I had a ‘dirty face’ in it, which made it distasteful,” the former cheerleader said. “Also, that it called my character into question, and that I was inviting players to contact me.”

Davis has filed a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over her firing, accusing the Saints of making cheerleaders follow a restrictive set of rules that don’t apply to the male football players.

A phone call and email seeking comment from the Saints legal team on Wednesday were not immediately returned.

Mar.27.2018 03:42

Earlier this week, Gregory Rouchell, outside legal counsel for the Saints, told NBC News the team denied enforcing conduct rules unfairly.

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