Kevin Demoff, Chief Operating Officer of the L.A. Rams explains how technology and going paperless will revolutionize experiences at the stadium.

Jeanie Buss: The Team’s Future

Jeanie Buss: The future of the team what I'll like to see is, you know, as we, you know, now we have an identity of the type of the basketball that we want to play. The Coach Luke Walton wants to see which is connective team work kind of basketball, he could explain it better than I can, but you know, just watching our front office, which would be Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka, our general manager, put together the pieces that fit into what coach Walton wants to do and all three of them are on the same page. They speak the same language and I want to see what those possibilities are. So, I'm excited about watching the vision that Magic has for this team finally come together and take place for me personally, I'm just excited to be part of the Laker franchise, what this team means to the community. There hasn't been a lot of pride the last few years because we haven’t won a lot of games. I'd like to see us win games and, you know, energize the fan base again, but I have to say our fan base is really smart when it comes to basketball, they know that you can’t win every year, they're patient with the rebuilding, they like watching players develop. What they like to see is that there's a continuity in thought, that every step compliments the one before it and that you're going on a path that’s coherent. And I think that they have that now and I can tell because our renewal rate of our season seat was over 95% this year so our fans are sticking with us. They believe in what we're putting together and I couldn't be more grateful for a fan base like that.
 

Jeanie Buss, owner and president of the Los Angeles Lakers, discusses how President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson, Coach Luke Walton, and General Manager Rob Pelinka can bring the team to success. 

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Manuel Pastor

Immigration expert Manuel Pastor talks on the real issue of immigration. Pastor debunks immigration myths and explains the changing demographics of Los Angeles and the county. He also discusses the consequences of police cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and offers what he believes is needed for a comprehensive immigration reform. 

  • 2018-01-25T14:30:00-08:00
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S2 E5: Dr. Maja Mataric - Robots that Care

USC Professor Mataric is developing robots that will work in healthcare. She discusses how robots were first created to do dirty, dull and dangerous jobs and how today, robots are being used assist individuals with medical needs such as stroke patients and children with autism. 

  • 2018-02-01T14:30:00-08:00
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Susan Burton

Burton is a prison reform activist who, after a revolving door prison experience, now runs a non-profit helping women released from prison.

  • 2018-02-08T14:30:00-08:00
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Chris Hughes & Natalie Foster

Chris Hughes, Facebook co-founder, and Natalie Foster, co-founder of peers.org explain why a Universal Basic Income is needed and how the idea can be carried out. 

  • 2018-02-15T14:30:00-08:00
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Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Jennifer Ito

Jennifer Ito, Research Director at USC’s Program for Environmental, and Regional Equity and Marqueece Harris Dawson, Councilmember to L.A.’s 8th District, discuss L.A.'s income inequality and shifting economy. They discuss changing wages and how while those at the top continue to see their wages grow, those at the bottom are faced with stagnant wages. 

  • 2018-02-22T14:30:00-08:00
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