With the advancement of automation, artificial intelligence and robotics, just how safe is your job?
In the second episode of the series, we explore the exploding area of influencer marketing in Ireland and around the world.
In the United States, according to emarketer.com, brands pumped more than $500m into Instagram influencers alone last year. Couple that with the fact that in 2016, online ad revenue surpassed TV ad revenue and the industry doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
Less than a week after being launched online, the Project 10 podcast series has broken into the top 10 podcasts in Ireland.
Sitting alongside some of the biggest names in the world online including This American Life, S*Town and The Joe Rogan Experience, Project 10 has quickly become one of the country’s most talked about podcasts.
Cormac Moore spoke to Joe Donnelly this morning on Today FM about the podcast series.
The 5 star podcast series has captured the attention of many in Ireland and Today FM and their listeners were keen to find out about what’s in store for the series.
Corey Pegues is a retired NYPD police chief who started life selling crack cocaine on the streets of New York City when he was a young teenager.
He miraculously changed his entire life and left the crime behind him. He took to fighting the violence and social problems that drugs and criminal gangs bring with them into local communities and speaks to Cormac Moore on episode one of the Project 10 Podcast about life on both sides of the law.
In the first episode of the Project 10 podcast series, the area of legalising drugs to reduce crime is explored.
One of the experts who features is Dr Mark Thornton, who completed his PhD on the economics of prohibition era America. Having looked into the data from the past when America outlawed the sale and consumption of alcohol, Dr Thornton has drawn comparisons to the current prohibition on drugs.
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Project 10 podcast is a 10 part series exploring a range of controversial, topical and thought provoking ideas.
What does a former crack cocaine dealer turned NYPD police chief have to say about legalising drugs? What happened the murder rate in the United States when alcohol was prohibited? Is there evidence to show that drug dealing might improve the the standard of living in some impoverished communities in Ireland?
Corey Pegues grew up dealing crack cocaine on the streets of New York City, but unlike so many of the people around him, he miraculously changed his entire life and went on to becoming one of the NYPD’s most successful police chiefs.