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we begin with breaking news at 11-- a death investigation taking place in lincoln park. the medical tweeted out there's a report of a body being pulled from milwaukee the river. the initial indication is that it is an adult man. we're are working to get more information . watch for updates on fox6now.com and the fox6news app. the wisconsin department of justice is asking for the public's help...as they investigate saturday's deadly officer involved shooting. this morning state investigators as well as state patrol and milwaukee police were at the scene...at 44th and auer.
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were doing forensics work. because of the violence over the weekend they weren't able to thoroughly investigate the area. and as ashley sears explains.... the department of justice has set up an online tipline... for information in the case. it's been five days--- since yellow tape block streets near 44th and auer-- now that police have left the scene-- the investigation hasn't stopped. the state department of justice division of criminal investigations is the lead on the case-- gathering information about what officer involved shooting--that killed 23-year-old slyville smith. now--investigators ask the public for anonymous online tips-- anyone with information related to the case can sumbit what they know, straight to the d-o-j. meantime-- 35:13 right now, we need to be finding a way to move forward and to heal. at a news conference--thursda y--- community groups call on investigators to release-- video--from a body camera worn by the officer involved.
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to speculation, that's going to lead to apprehension. in a statement--attorney general brad schimel said: 'it is my goal to complete officer involved death investigations expeditiously so the community gets the answers they deserve' answers--many will be waiting for... 37:54 anger and tensions are high, so this could possibly put those things at ease. investigators say not trigger a radio call or send police to your location. we have a link to that tipline on our website fox 6 now dot com. ashley sears fox 6 news. meanwhile -- federal agents continue to investigate the businesses set on fire during the violent protests in the sherman park neighborhood. demolition crews helped the a-t-f sift through the rubble this week at o'reilly auto parts. it's among at least three businesses that will have to be completely torn down.
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view the damage. he says he's been in contact with the property owners. "i told them the city would love to word with them we would love to have them rebuild and to send the message and the reality that we wont coward because of this." losses will likely exceed several million dollars. the atf is offering a 10-thousand-dollar reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of someone involved. still -- no charges have been filed against the 41-people arrested during the unrest. the district attorney's office tells us the felony cas review. the misdemeanor offenders are being told to come into the d-a's office in a couple of weeks. adlib to weather it's been a dreary start to our friday morning, and although we may see a break from the rain this afternoon, there's a chance for round 2 later this evening. cloudy skies and humid conditions
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warming too quickly this morning, so i've lowered the afternoon highs to the mid 80s. today: mostly cloudy & muggy. scattered showers & storms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance of rain and thunderstorms. low: 69 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph a 34-year-old man is recovering after being shot in downtown milwaukee. this happened just before 3 a-m near old world third street and wells. we're told that there was a fight that led to the shots fired....and that the victim drove himself to 4th and kilbourn -- where he was able to flag down a passing squad car. he was then taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police are searching for suspects. police also investigating a
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district six police station -- near 27th and oklahoma. police say two men were sitting in a van when they got into an argument with another man on the sidewalk. one of the men in the van drew a gun and fatally shot 42-year-old "reed carlsen." the shooter and his friend then turned themselves in at the police district -- along with the firearm. no word on any charges. three arrests were made this week in connection to several carjackings across milwaukee county. and as julie collins shows you -- some of the suspects have long rap sheet want to show his face saw a 24-year old arrested on cherry street. 'cops everywhere, it was just cops everywhere...'police say the suspect is connected to several carjackings and armed robberies in the past few days. 'that aint the stuff you supposed to be doing. youre supposed to be doing something positive instead of taking something people work for.'the arrest has many talking - including alderman
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keep our city safe cannot be stated enough, this is great news, this is great news!'we spoke to alderman zielinski via facetime while he was out of town - he says the arrest should help his constiuints and others across milwaukee feel safer. 'im in close communication with the police department and they had indicated to me that they did apprehend and arrest an individual that is suspected in as many as 8 three in the bayview area.'on wednesday another 2 suspects in an armed carjacking were arrested after fleeing from police during a traffic stop. the pursuit began at 27th and atkinson and ended at 32nd and villard when the suspects drove over a curb and crashed into a vacant field. the two who were arretes have lengthy records that included a felony. 'the case against the carjacking suspect here on cherry street will be referred to the das office in the coming days. as for the third carjacking suspect on the north side milwaukee police are still looking for him. reporting in milwaukee, julie
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stabbing a classmate go before a judge today. last month the court ruled morgan geyser and anissa weier will stay in adult court. their attorneys had argued for them to be transferred to juvenile court. geyser and weier allegedly stabbed a classmate 19-times to please the fictional character slenderman back in 2014. the victim survived. they have status conferences scheduled to take place at 1:30 this afternoon in waukesha county court. campaign trail today -- more shake-up from the "donald trump" campaign. "paul manafort" resigns as trump's campaign chairman. this comes just days after he was pushed aside for conservative media executive "steven bannon" -- and also amid growing speculation about his ties to ukrainian politics. it's the latest shakeup for the trump camp -- which fired campaign manager "corey lewandowski" back in june after a confrontation with a reporter. while packers fans may not have gotten to see many of the
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of the rookies get a win! the green and gold beat the raiders up at lambeau last night 20 to 12. our tim van vooren is there with more on the team's victory. in just 3 1/2 weeks, everything will count in the standings. for now, the packers games just count for the players trying to make the roster when the game count. step two of the 4 step preseason process/ the packers and the raiders at lambeau field and the packers start with the ball and a heavy dose of eddie lacy 45 yards, including a touchdown to end the drive, giving the packers a 7-0 lead. the 2nd drive starts out on the ground as well as james starks busts one for 24 yards. the next play, brett hundley makes a great pass to davante adams for a big gain of 31 yards, but the bigger part of the play is he gets hurt when khalil mack hits him after the throw apparently rolling up on his ankle. joe callahan would replace him as his night was over after that. after a packers turn the ball over on downs, demarious randall steps in and gets them the ball right back as he intercepts derek carr's deep ball and is ruled down by contact after a review. the packers would lead 7-3 at the half. in the 2nd half, zack crockett gets his chance and makes the most of it as he caps off a 10 play 80 yard
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14-3 lead. in the end, the packers win 20-12. taking action in a neighborhood torn apart by violence. the message from the archdiocese of milwaukee in light of unrest in the city. nearly two years after laquan mcdonald was fatally shot -- officials are calling for the termination of at least seven officers. what they're accused of. the olympic swimmers head home amid controversy over mugging allegations in rio. what ryan lochte is saying... after being
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two u-s olympic swimmers are headed home amid growing controversy over a story about being mugged last weekend in rio de janeiro. u-s swimmer ryan lochte lock-tee claimed he was robbed at gunpoint by men dressed as police.but brazilian authorities said -- his story wasn't true. kim hutcherson has the story. the u-s olympic committee -- apologizing for the behavior of four u-s swimmers ... and for the distraction from the olympic games. the move -- necessary, according to sports analyst christine brennan: chri -- usa today columnist "the nation's looking at this and saying you know what, you're representing us and in a country, brazil, where the crime issue was so important, to tell any tall tale, a lie, whatever it might be that ryan lochte and the others told is something that just seems so wrong, especially at these games, representing the united states" according to a facebook post from brazilian civil police, jack conger and gunnar bentz - who were interviewed thursday -- denied having been victims of a robbery and said ryan
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not true. meanwhile, lochte's attorney says brazilian authorities have not asked again for assistance. but officials in brazil say they are working with the u-s to interview lochte again. even though it's likely no criminal charges will be filed, this incident could still cause trouble for the athletes. christine brennan/sports analyist -- alt -- usa today columnist "standards are higher for olympic athletes than any other athletes. swimmer "ryan lochte" issuing a statement this morning, saying quote... "i want to apologize for my behavior last weekend -- for not being more careful and candid in how i described the events of that early morning... and for my role in taking the focus away from the many athletes fulfilling their dreams of participating in the olympics. i waited to share these thoughts until it was confirmed that the legal situation was addressed and it was clear my teammates would be arriving home safely." to read the rest of lochte's statement --
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dot- com and search "lochte." chicago's office of the inspector general recommends at least seven of the city's police officers be terminated over the laquan mcdonald shooting. the decision comes nearly two years after former officer jason van dyke fired 16 shots at mcdonald -- killing him. van dyke is the only officer who fired his gun that night. dashcam video of the shooting contradicts nearly everything the officers said happened. it shows the 17-year-old veering knife -- not lunging toward officers as officers had said. van dyke has been charged with murder and is awaiting trial. 40 people across new jersey are now charged as part of a child pornography sting operation. all the suspects are men ranging in age from 20 to 72-years-old. police say the arrests were the result of a proactive scanning of internet traffic to discover who was sharing and downloading the pornographic files. one suspect, a former teacher is also father to three
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thousand videos and pornographic images of children on his computer. in west virginia... 26 people in a single city... overdose on heroin within a matter of four hours. at least one person is dead. all of the overdoses happened within a mile and a half radius, so officials believe they are dealing with a single batch of heroin. they're worried someone is selling the drug laced with another dangerous chemical. according to the u-s centers for disease virginia has had the highest rates of drug overdoses in the country since 2014. good news for anyone who had tickets to the pro football hall of fame game that never happened... in addition to offering a ticket refund -- the hall of fame will cover one night of hotel costs for eligible fans. ticket holders can also collect four- admission passes to the museum. this comes about a week after fans filed a lawsuit against the league and hall of fame -- when
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be canceled. harley davidson will pay 15-million- dollars for violating federal "clean air" laws. at issue: the "screamin' eagle" tuners -- which allow riders to modify emission control systems to increase performance. authorities say harley sold more than 12-thousand motorcycles with the illegal tuners already installed. toss to weather. it's been a dreary start to our friday morning, and although we may see a break from the rain this afternoon, there's a chance for round 2 later this evening. cloudy skies and humid conditions seem to be keeping us from warming too quickly this morning, so i've lowered the afternoon highs to the mid 80s. overnight lows will drop to the upper 60s and low 70s. rain and storm chances continue through the day
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its way through se wisconsin. from there, we'll cool off significantly - to the upper 70s for saturday, and the low 70s sunday. dewpoints will drop down to the 50s by early next week. sunshine returns for monday and tuesday. today: mostly cloudy & muggy. scattered showers & storms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance of rain and thunderstorms. low: 69 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph saturday: cloudy and cooler. rain and storm chances continue through the day. high: 77 dewpoint: mostly cloudy. cooler. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 77 dewpoint: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 61 high: 81 dewpoint: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny. chance thunderstorms. am low: 62
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milwaukee nonprofits seek new strategies after the sherman park unrest -- and the milwaukee harbor district revitalization moves ahead. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- the nonprofits. on nonprofits meeting to discuss sherman park: 1. whi
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the meeting? 2. what did they discuss? 3. what are the next steps? on planning to revitalize milwaukees inner harbor 1. when could the city have a redevelopment proposal for the area? dozens of talented guitarists -- are set to show off their
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when the oil billionaire koch brothers call senator johnson... [ cellphone ringing ]
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in, even green bay, or how they spent millions to support johnson as he voted their way 90% of the time and supported special tax breaks for big oil polluters? whatever senator johnson and the koch brothers talk about, it probably isn't you. edf action is responsible
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a special group of musicians are flocking to brookfield this weekend. what's on the line? thousands of dollars in prizes.
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in search of a furry friend? you'll meet "suzette" next -- and hear about a special night a for the "scout" in your life. plus -- with millions of eyes on the summer olympics -- you think it'd be easy to market your product. well, think again. how specific companies are able to protect
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still searching for answers in last week's officer-involved shooting. what the aclu is saying about the investigation. praying for peace. after an officer involved shooting sparks days of unrest in the city -- the message the archdiocese of milwaukee is hoping to spread. the wisconsin department of justice is asking for the public's help...as they investigate saturday's deadly officer involved shooting. they're looking for online tips. fox 6's ashley sears has the details. it's been five days--- since
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44th and auer-- now that police have left the scene-- the investigation hasn't stopped. the state department of justice division of criminal investigations is the lead on the case-- gathering information about what happened during that fatal officer involved shooting--that killed 23-year-old slyville smith. now--investigators ask the public for anonymous online tips-- anyone with information related to the case can sumbit what they know, straight to the d-o-j. meantime-- finding a way to move forward and to heal. at a news conference--thursda y--- community groups call on investigators to release-- video--from a body camera worn by the officer involved. 44:10 when you have such a murky situation, that's going to lead to speculation, that's going to lead to apprehension. in a statement--attorney general brad schimel said: 'it is my goal to complete officer involved death investigations
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answers--many will be waiting for... 37:54 anger and tensions are high, so this could possibly put those things at ease. investigators say submitting a tip will not trigger a radio call or send police to your location. we have a link to that tipline on our website fox 6 now dot com. ashley sears fox 6 news. stop the hate... and start doing something positive in sherman park. th archdiocese of milwaukee after days of violence. nearly 200 parishes came together to pray... and take action in the neighborhood . fox6s bret lemoine has the latest from sherman park. its a packed church... that could rival a sunday mass... 'peace is something that we are all responsible for!' inside all saints parish thursday night... there are prayers for peace to heal milwaukees sherman park neighborhood. nat 'we have isolated ourselves and we have lost the power of conversation.'leading the service... tk 'prayer gives us
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father tim kitzke, who was appointed 'vicar general for urban ministry' by the archbishop to challenge parishioners to face these issues head on. tk 'we are all in this together. thats the theme of the mass were going tonight.' kitzke says prayer is only the beginning... but it isnt enough. going forward, he wants area catholics to take action... and form relati residents in milwaukees troubled neighborhoods. tk 'as soon as youre in a relationship with someone - put a name and face to them, all of the sudden, they dont become an issue they become a fellow journeyer.' peace can spread from the walls of this church.... to the streets around sherman park... but kitzke says it can only happen if were all in it together. tk 'from the first moment of conception to the last natural breath - everyone matters. we want to work hard to bring our resources and understanding of social
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adlib to weather it's been a dre friday morning, and although we may see a break from the rain this afternoon, there's a chance for round 2 later this evening. cloudy skies and humid conditions seem to be keeping us from warming too quickly this morning, so i've lowered the afternoon highs to the mid 80s. today: mostly cloudy & muggy. scattered showers & storms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance of rain and thunderstorms. low: 69 dewpoint: 71
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a 34-year-old man is recovering after being shot in downtown milwaukee. this happened just before 3 a-m near old world third street and wells. we're told that there was a fight that led to the shots fired....and that the victim drove himself to 4th and kilbourn -- where he was able to flag down a taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police are searching for suspects. police also investigating a shooting that took place outside the district six police station -- near 27th and oklahoma. police say two men were sitting in a van when they got into an argument with another man on the sidewalk. one of the men in the van drew a gun and fatally shot 42-year-old "reed carlsen." the shooter and his friend then turned themselves in at the police district -- along with the firearm. no word
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sends several departments scrambling to the home of one very confused family. it all happened wednesday afternoon in brown deer. police received a call that an armed man was inside a house - threatening his family and that explosives might also be inside. turns out-- this was all news to the woman who lives in the home with her grandchildren. the startled family followed police orders to get out. "...it angers me that somebody would go this far you know for no reason at all." safe... and now police say the caller may have intentionally made the whole thing up. police are investigating the call's source and say that person could face criminal charges. the two girls accused of stabbing a classmate go before a judge today. last month the court ruled morgan geyser and anissa weier will stay in adult court. their attorneys had argued for them to be transferred to juvenile court. geyser and weier allegedly
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fictional character slenderman back in 2014. the victim survived. they have status conferences scheduled to take place at 1:30 this afternoon in waukesha county court. the packers won't be back at lambeau field for another month... they had a lengthy "did not dress" list -- but it didn't seem to phase them in last night's game against the raiders. tim van vooren has highlights from lambeau field. tvv: the packers had 13 players on their do not including aaron rodgers, clay matthews, julius peppers, jordy nelson on thursday night. the raiders had a mere three. so you would think the packers would be at a disadvantage. but right off the bat, the packers drive down into the field right to the end zone. eddie lacy, 20 yards, off the left side. he looks to be clicking it early on. and then, lacy up and over, he's in 7-nothing, it's a 14 play touchdown drive for the packers. brett hunley does start in place of rodgers. five of 7, but limps off the field with an ankle injury. that's about the ly down out of the evening. in lf john crocket, who's in the nning back mi goes in from yardst, a es out. 14-3 at that point, packers go on to win 20-12. you can trace it all back to lacy who started things. lacl good. you know our offense did a great job in the line out front. i was
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run in, and try to run er a few people. b felt od out there today. tvv:hpacker from friday in n fnsco in their next eseason g lambeau again until september th--that's three weeks into the regular season. at lambeau, tvv, fox 6 sports. if you're at olympic park or in the olympic fan zone -- lambeau, tvv, fox 6 sports. if you're at olympic park or in the olympic fan zone -- there's one thing you won't see at the summer games. how companies are forced to
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lighting up with comments about the milwaukee officer who shot and killed "sylville smith" -- and about smith himself. up next, hear from a person who says he knew both men. and our pet of the week is here -- we'll meet suzette after the
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laura nowlin joins us from the wisconsin humane society's milwaukee campus. she's here with "suzette" the two month old kitten. today we're
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nights. people interested in adopting can call 414 animals or go to the link on fox6now.com friday morning, and although we may see a break from the rain this afternoon, there's a chance for round 2 later this evening. cloudy skies and humid conditions seem to be keeping us from warming too quickly this morning, so i've lowered the afternoon highs to the mid 80s. overnight lows will drop to the upper 60s and low 70s. rain and storm chances continue through the day
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from there, we'll cool off significantly - to the upper 70s for saturday, and the low 70s sunday. dewpoints will drop down to the 50s by early next week. sunshine returns for monday and tuesday. today: mostly cloudy & muggy. scattered showers & storms likely. high: 86 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: chance of rain and dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph saturday: cloudy and cooler. rain and storm chances continue through the day. high: 77 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. cooler. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 77 dewpoint: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph
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dewpoint: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny. chance thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 80 dewpoint: 63
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social media posts are lighting up with comments and opinions about the milwaukee officer who shot sylville smith -- and about smith himself. fox6's myra sanchick talked to one sherman park resident who knew both men -- and says neither
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parties are being tarnished. sawi perry-- is a national guardsman and local rap artist trying to promote positive messages in light of the riots in his neighborhood. perry says he knew sylville smith, shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer saturday. he also knows the officer. they both, from what i know weren't bad guys so that's the message i want bad guys and people need to look more into the facts and one was a college graduate, one was a good kid . i know for a fact the officer was a college graduate. he was not a street dude . the other guy i know was not a street guy perry says social media posts are fueling anger, trying to vilify smith or the officer. neither of his friends, deserves that, he says. perry knew smith as a dancer, the officer a rapper. perry says he was in the next room when the officer recorded this rap video last year. perry says the lyrics were not anything more than art, fiction, and entertainment. that's one reason sawi perry says he and other artists will gather in
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kids and hand out school supplies. i think they need to hear our real voice . pretty much the faces that they know and the artists they listen to caring for them and stop all this from happening perry says he's not sure if the officer and smith ever really knew each other. they may have certainly passed each other before that fateful day both had guns and the officer fired. if he was in the wrong or he was in the wrong i hope it comes to some type of closure so we can move on as a city local artists will gather here at sherman park sunday at four and hand out school supplies to kids and speak to them. if you want you can bring a schoolu in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news at the summer olympics in rio -- you'll find a lot of competition among athletes. but the battle for advertisers is basically non- existent. why
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to market their products at the games -- and how it could mean
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weekend -- and the games mean big business. companies are spending billions of dollars in advertisements but it's not so easy to market your product during the rio games. shasta darlington explains. shasta darlington, rio de janeiro whether you're over at
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one thing you wont see is a whole lot of brand competition. the only refreshment you can get is a coke brand; the only beer, brazils skol.in fact, the city of rio de janeiro has turned into one big advertisement. shasta darlington, rio de janeiro here at the megastore you can pick up your rio 16 mascots, but the only officials sports brand you will find is nike.and the only card they accept is visa. all these companies and more have paid sponsors of the olympics. competitors are nowhere to be found. peter shankman, branding specialist advertisers have paid anywhere from 4-6 billion dollars overall to be involved in the olympics this year so it makes sense that the olympic committee will want to protect that investment for the advertisers.staging the olympics is expensive. the olympic committee needs the money big advertisers bring to the table. to help protect their offical brands- and to protect what they call overcommercialization- the ioc
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040-olympic athletes have restricts how athletes promote their accomplishments and mention unofficial sponsors on social media. there are also strict rules on what you can or can't say about the olympics in commercials. peter shankman, branding specialist if you are not an official sponsor and haven't been given official clearance to say you are an official sponsor, you can't say things like olympics or gold- or silver or bronze in conjunction with your advertising.there are ways unofficial brands get around these regulations. under arm superstar michael phelps makes no mention at all of the olympics. general mills puts animals through their paces in track and field this summer- in a so called "rabbit showdown." and google's homepage features the "doodle fruit games" one protest site, also called rule 40, set up by the brooks sporting goods company- is fighting back. peter shankman, branding specialist when donald trump
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rule 40 twitter account said, 'please cease and desist from wishing good luck to our athletes as you are not an official licensed sponsor'. it was obviously a parody and it was designed to mock the ioc for their draconian rules.don't expect the olympic committee to change its rules anytimes soon, as it moves to protect one of the most recognizable brands in the world. its profitable brand. shasta darlington, cnn, rio de janeiro. in a world that needs a hero, justice is spelled b-o-x. say hello to a powerful tool that gives you options to fit your budget. ? oh, i'm tied to this chair! ?
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