Sunny Mornings | San Diego

by Sunny Mornings Network San Diego, CA, USA

"Sunny Mornings San Diego" is your ultimate daily news podcast, and trusted source for the information that truly matters.  Every morning, we've got your back with the freshest updates on local and national news, weather forecasts, tide information, surf reports, upcoming events, and the latest sports buzz.  Our mission is to brighten your day and get it started on a positive note.  We know news should be enli ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Scottie Scheffler, San Diego Surf, Hard Rock, Craig Wright Bitcoin, Neuralink

    Scottie Scheffler, San Diego Surf, Hard Rock, Craig Wright Bitcoin, Neuralink

    May 21, 2024 SE02:EP104 In today's episode, we begin with the San Diego surf report, anticipating a fun-to-medium-sized South West swell peaking on Tuesday and easing through Friday. Light winds and clean to semi-clean conditions are expected Tuesday. Next, we highlight the kickoff of San Diego's "Summer Movies in the Park" series this Friday with "Barbie" at Waterfront Park. In sports, we recap Scottie Scheffler's postponed court date following his arrest before the PGA Championship and preview tonight's Padres game. In top news, a UK judge ruled that Craig Wright forged evidence in his campaign to prove he is Bitcoin's creator, Satoshi Nakamoto. Shares of Australia's Star Entertainment plunged 10% after Hard Rock International denied involvement in a proposed takeover. We also provide cryptocurrency market updates. In tech, Neuralink's first human brain-chip implant has experienced a 75% failure rate, and the company is working on solutions. Finally, in entertainment, Kevin Costner's "Horizon: An American Saga" received a seven-minute standing ovation at Cannes. @sunnymorningspodcast

  • NFL Private Equity, San Diego Surf, Nvidia, Apple WWDC, Kimmel, Biden, Obama

    NFL Private Equity, San Diego Surf, Nvidia, Apple WWDC, Kimmel, Biden, Obama

    May 20, 2024 SE02:EP103 In today's episode, we begin with the San Diego surf report, anticipating fun-sized waves ranging from thigh-to-waist-high to chest-to-shoulder-high, with occasional larger sets. We discuss wind conditions, highlighting the cleaner conditions expected in the mornings due to light offshore winds. Next, we delve into local news, covering four UC San Diego Theatre and Dance alumni receiving nominations for the 2024 Tony Awards. We also explore the world of sports, discussing the NFL owners' consideration of rule changes to allow private equity firms and institutional investors to hold minority stakes in teams. We recap last night's Padres win over the Braves and preview tonight's matchup. Shifting gears to top news, we discuss the health benefits of both High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and strength training. In the business world, we preview key events impacting the market this week, including Nvidia's earnings report and updates on inflation and interest rate trends. We also provide updates on the cryptocurrency market. In the realm of tech, we delve into reports of a collaboration between Apple and OpenAI, with a significant announcement expected at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Finally, in entertainment news, we share details about an upcoming event where Jimmy Kimmel will moderate a conversation with President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama.

  • Caitlin Clark, Deepfake Fraud, San Diego Surf, North Korea, Megalopolis

    Caitlin Clark, Deepfake Fraud, San Diego Surf, North Korea, Megalopolis

    May 17, 2024 SE02:EP102 In today's episode, we begin with the San Diego surf report, anticipating fun-sized waves ranging from thigh-to-waist-high to chest-to-shoulder-high, with larger sets expected over the weekend. Cleaner conditions are expected in the mornings. Next, we highlight the Mexican Navy's tall ship, the Cuauhtémoc, arriving in San Diego Bay for free public tours. In sports, we recap Caitlin Clark's home debut for the Indiana Fever, overshadowed by Breanna Stewart's MVP performance leading the New York Liberty to victory. We also preview tonight's Padres game. In top news, we discuss the Justice Department uncovering a major identity theft scheme involving North Korean IT workers stealing American identities to secure remote tech jobs. Comcast launches a new streaming service bundle, Stream-Saver, to counter declining subscriber numbers. In tech, we delve into a deep-fake scam that cost British engineering giant Arup $25 million. Finally, in entertainment, Francis Ford Coppola’s "Megalopolis" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, marking his return to Cannes competition for the first time since "Apocalypse Now." @sunnymorningspodcast

  • Netflix NFL Games, USC Football, San Diego Surf, Soros Fund, License Plate Readers

    Netflix NFL Games, USC Football, San Diego Surf, Soros Fund, License Plate Readers

    May 16, 2024 SE02:EP101 In today's episode, we begin with the San Diego surf report, anticipating increasing wave heights throughout the week, building from waist-high surf on Friday morning to shoulder-to-head-high waves by the weekend. We provide details on conditions at Tourmaline and South San Diego, including optimal tide times and wind speeds. Next, we delve into local news, discussing Encinitas' proposed expansion of its network of automated license plate readers, adding 17 new cameras despite privacy concerns. We also explore the world of sports, revealing the University of Southern California's nearly $20 million spending on Lincoln Riley during his first season as head football coach. We recap last night's Padres victory over the Rockies. Shifting gears to top news, we discuss Berkshire Hathaway's significant portfolio changes in the first quarter, including exiting its position in HP and increasing its investment in Liberty SiriusXM. In the business world, we explore Soros Fund Management's decision to sell its entire stake in New York Community Bank amid financial struggles. We also provide updates on the cryptocurrency market. In the realm of science, we delve into the fascinating role of dopamine in driving us to undertake difficult tasks, even without immediate rewards. Finally, in entertainment news, we share details about Netflix's $150 million deal to air two NFL games on Christmas Day, featuring the Kansas City Chiefs versus Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens versus Houston Texans.

  • Google Gemini, San Diego Fair, San Diego Surf, Chime, Only Murders

    Google Gemini, San Diego Fair, San Diego Surf, Chime, Only Murders

    May 15, 2024 SE02:EP100 In today's episode, we begin with the Encinitas surf report, with fun-sized waves ranging from thigh-to-waist-high to chest-to-shoulder-high expected this week. Cleaner conditions are expected in the mornings. Next, we highlight the upcoming San Diego County Fair, themed "Let's Go Retro," and its job opportunities. In sports, the NFL quarterback market continues to soar, with potential new contracts exceeding $50 million a year. We recap last night's Padres loss to the Rockies and preview tonight's matchup. We also cover top news, including Fitch Ratings' report that homes in 90% of major U.S. metropolitan areas are currently overvalued. US digital bank Chime is introducing My-Pay, a new financial product allowing customers early access to their wages. In tech, Google is enhancing its Gemini 1.5 Pro AI model, significantly expanding its data processing capacity. Finally, in entertainment, "Only Murders in the Building" returns for its fourth season, taking the trio to Los Angeles.