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The Olympic traditions are what make the Olympic Games special and our job will be to make that moment emotional and special for the people in the stadium, for the city of Los Angeles, the United States and the whole world. No technology, no developments are going to change that.feedback
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Sep 27 2017
The latest quote from Casey Wasserman is: “We have tons of it but I am certain we will never have enough. We aspire to do great things with the Olympic Games in LA and so time is frankly our most valuable and more scarce resource, which sounds ironic given we have 11 years to plan and no venues to build.”. It comes from the Face of LA2028 braced for brave new world article. You’ll find on this page 18 articles with Casey Wasserman quoted on topics such as Los Angeles and Games Plan. Casey Wasserman has been quoted 43 times in 18 articles.
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Jun 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

Every letter, every phone call ... to President Bach... from what we need from the federal government, he's been all I would hope for.feedback

May 12 2017 - Olympic Games

Our risks in terms of delivery are minimal at worst. The benefits are we get to harness the great creativity and innovation in L.A., to help deliver the Olympics of the next generation.feedback

May 11 2017 - Olympic Games

There has obviously be a lot of discussion recently about this 2024-28 question and frankly I applaud the IOC's thinking, it's the right thinking at the right time. But this week is our opportunity to focus on core question, the question we set out to answer in September 2015 -- why is LA2024 the right city at this important time for the Olympic movement. Today was the first part of our answer. We have the strongest foundations of any Olympic bid in history.feedback

May 09 2017

Los Angeles is the right city for 2024 at this important time for the Olympic Movement and is only bidding for 2024.feedback

May 09 2017

We don't think this campaign is only about the 2024 Games, we believe we have the responsibility to put forward a plan that will serve the Olympic movement long after the 2024 Games are over. LA 2024 is about the future.feedback

May 08 2017 - Olympic Games

Just at every touch point, the community of Los Angeles in the largest possible sense is entirely supportive and embraces the idea of hosting an Olympic Games in 2024. That is unique. We are an oasis of optimism.feedback

May 05 2017 - Trump Presidency

Every letter, every phone call ... to President Bach... support of our bid generally ... in my role, from what we need from the federal government, he's been all I would hope for. They didn't ask me to sit in on those phone calls. That was a private call between those two which went on for 25 minutes. Just one call.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I would argue that Los Angeles is the poster child for Agenda 2020.feedback

Apr 04 2017

We understand that without the federations there are no competitions. Our job is to give them the greatest platform to host the ultimate competition in what we think is one of the greatest cities in the world.feedback

Apr 02 2017 - Olympic Games

This bid campaign isn't about whether a city is capable of hosting the Games? –? it's about which city is best suited to serve the future of the Olympic Movement.feedback

Apr 01 2017

It's exactly the kind of idea and strategic initiative the I.O.C. should be thinking about. But if you take a step back, if you look at the strategic rationale, it points to the importance and the necessity of L.A. going first. No political interference, tremendous support from our citizens, no capital projects, no budget overruns: That's L.A. And that calms and creates stability. No one's a candidate for 2028. I think that's a hypothetical and it's not worth discussing. The IOC's got a process. We've had no conversations with the IOC about that process. We don't know what their intent is.feedback

Apr 01 2017 - Olympic Games

They've not reached out to us. Other than the public statements they've made, we've had nothing. The next host of the Olympics had better get it right. I don't think the Olympic movement wants to be put in a position of having seven more years of the kind of challenges they have had in the past. The Olympics deserves better. The movement deserves better.feedback

Feb 03 2017

Our message is straight-forward which is our bid is not about politics it is about delivery and the power of sport and that overcomes politics. It is impossible for any organization to predict the particular environment over a period of seven years.feedback

Feb 03 2017

Patience is key on all things in the world we live in today. To be overly reactive with speed at which things happen in society today creates more challenge than results.feedback

Feb 03 2017 - Peru

The IOC has seen that first hand and so our job for our bid is very clear which is remain focused on our process, focused on the IOC's plan that they laid out for the bid cities, the rules of engagement, to be part of the community in every way we can and put that forth with great certainty and confidence so when it comes time for Lima they know who they are voting for and what they are voting on.feedback

Feb 03 2017

If someone wants to talk about it, we are not going to not talk about it but no bid is in a position to dictate politics in any country and frankly the IOC shouldn't want that. They should want their bids to operate independently because you don't want to be subject to the whims of politics. Politics evolve and people ought to be patient and ultimately what they are voting on is the leadership ... and the certainty of that to deliver on the values of the Olympic movement.feedback

Dec 02 2016

If LA is chosen to host the 2024 Games, the IOC does not have to worry about changing or evolving budgets, shifting competition venues or uncertainty about the delivery of the Games.feedback

Jul 08 2016 - Olympic Games

People on the ground will have an incredible experience; people on TV will see a majestic games. It's not how the Brazil government, seven years ago, thought it would go, but they will get through it.feedback

Jul 08 2016 - Olympic Games

They have to become consumer-facing companies. If you want to sell product to people you have to know how to communicate with ... and market to, and monetize consumers in a more direct way, and I think that may be the biggest paradigm shift and challenge for media companies in the next year.feedback

Jul 08 2016 - Olympic Games

It will be a slow transition and by far the slowest piece of the media business.feedback

Jul 08 2016 - Olympic Games

Hillary has clearly proven her ability to lead and unite, in lots of jobs from her early career, to being Secretary of State. Ultimately what makes business thrive is having a country that works well. In my view Hillary is an unbelievably qualified candidate to lead this country. She will give us credibility in the global marketplace, and she has the ability to address the problems that face the country, which are serious and real.feedback

Jul 08 2016 - Olympic Games

I don't believe it's only about ESPN. It's about their entire breadth of cable properties and content properties.feedback

Feb 18 2016 - Olympic Games

That is the definition of sustainability in terms of legacy and cost. There's no risk involved with venues or facilities.feedback

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