Not sure what's going on in local politics in Southwestern PA? She Runs interviews women in the region to get the story on everything from how to run for office without party support, what it's like to be a millennial staffer, how local and state policies are impacting women in the region, and what it's really like once you've won a seat at the table. (Spoiler Alert: the battle has just begun.)
Welcome to Small Business Nation, your digital mastermind group of entrepreneurs and small business owners. Each week, we interview individuals who have raised their company value above that of others and explore their ideas and paths into entrepreneurship. Our mission is to help you create a connection with your staff and clients so you are able to increase referrals and provide exceptional service.
In the fall of 2015, my husband and I made our home in Tri-Cities, WA. We have since fallen in love with the area and the people here. This place is growing and still has so much potential. And working together, I know it can happen. But who’s here? What has been done? And what is left to do? With Tri-Citizens, I’m going to find out. Each month, I’ll interview another neighbor, so we can get a bigger, clearer picture of who we are as Tri-Citizens and what we can do to make Tri-Cities even better.
Where We Live is the companion podcast to the AARP eBook about building communities for all ages. Host, author, and chief advocacy and engagement officer at AARP, Nancy Leamond talks with America’s mayors about the state of their cities, and where they are going.
By Chris Cate, SalterMitchellPR Director of Public Affairs
Fluent in Floridian is a new podcast featuring the Sunshine State’s brightest leaders talking about the issues most important to the people of Florida and its more than 100 million yearly visitors. These issues include health care, economic development, environmental protection, transportation, tourism, politics, taxes, education, energy and more.
Episodes of the podcast will be released every week and feature interviews with Florida’s top political leaders, job creators, innovators and influencers from around the state. In addition to learning more about Florida’s top issues, the conversational interviews will allow listeners of the podcast to learn more about who and what inspires Florida’s newsmakers and where they see Florida headed.
What happens when a common sense conservative and a member of the liberal media sit down to discuss news and politics? Rep. Mike Winder is a Republican state representative and the former mayor of West Valley City. Bryan Schott is a journalist who has covered Utah politics for nearly two decades. Every week they break down the real motivations behind the top political stories from Salt Lake City to Washington, D.C. and speak with newsmakers from both sides of the aisle.
Österåkers kommun tillsammans med polisen är väldigt framgångsrika i sitt brottsförebyggande arbete. Nu vill vi dela med oss av våra kunskaper och erfarenheter till medborgare, företag, föreningar och andra kommuner. Tillsammans berättar vi om de vanligaste brotten och hur de kan förebyggas för att skapa trygghet. Allt som oftast bjuder vi in gäster. Podden skapas av Lena Brodin (Tant Trygg) Sveriges mest erfarna kommunala brottsförebyggare. Mattias Tillberg (farbror Blåljus) Sveriges bästa kommunpolis. Förslag på ämne eller gäst? Mejla gärna till [email protected]
Welcome to Heritage Ranch Golf & Country Club in Fairview, Texas. Offering 18-holes of championship golf designed by Arthur Hills in the rolling hills serving Metroplex golfers in McKinney, Plano and Allen, TX.
Nor Cal News Now is your place to get your ground truth about political news from in Northern California. From local issues to national political trends, hosts Mike Richman and Aaron Haar talk about the latest developments from Washington, Sacramento, Chico, Redding, Red Bluff, Shasta, Oroville and all points in between.
With newsmaker interviews, Nor Cal News Now focuses on the real meaning of politics from a progressive perspective to help listeners get a clearer view of the truth during this age of... shall we say... resistance.
Presented by Kansas City's Northeast News, this podcast will dive into all things Historic Northeast. Join Managing Editor Paul Thompson as he interviews community leaders, keeps the community apprised about the happenings in and around City Hall, and discusses the biggest issues facing the area.
Friends and Citizens is a podcast about California state and local politics. Join host Arlan Meacher as he sits down with different authors, journalists, activists, experts, and politicians to explore the issues and decisions that directly affect Californians.
This is the official podcast of the Temecula Valley Democrats, a Democratic Club chartered by the Democratic Party in the State of California. We'll talk politics with many guests, both regional and national.
Pittsburgh Local News with Sam Leonard is a weekly podcast that reports, analyzes, and makes fun of the important or compelling news that breaks each week in Pittsburgh. At a time when following international news feels futile, this show catches you up on news that affects you and news that you can affect.
Does time just keep slippin’ slippin’ slippin’ into the future? Are you starting to feel out of touch with the youth today? Catch up on the latest hip YA lit, relive reads from dramatic teen years past, and spread out into stories that may not be teen lit, but are still fun to daydream about long after you put the book down.
Fellow Youths is presented in partnership with the Ann Arbor District Library by three twenty-somethings desperately trying to keep up with the world: Audrey, Kathy, and Nicole.
Art by Shreyas Vangala
EMSCEP Radio is a continuing medical education program sponsored by the Fairfax County Virginia Fire Rescue Department. At EMSCEP (EMS Continuing Education Program) Radio, we offer continuing medical education content for ALS and BLS EMS Providers.
These programs meet criteria to be classified as continuing education for EMS professionals at both the EMT and Paramedic level (with knowledge assessments done by your department).
Capitol Journal provides extensive coverage of the Alabama Legislature and Alabama politics from a studio inside the Alabama Statehouse. Don Dailey hosts the program, examining key issues and interviewing newsmakers.
Liberty's Lantern is a weekly talk show discussing issues concerning liberty and Libertarian ideals. We are not going to be afraid to address the issues. We encourage discussion both affirming and condemning what we are talking about. Please also note that these are the opinions solely of Liberty's Lantern and do not reflect the opinions of the Libertarian party or any of the Caucuses.
Getting lost in passion leads to purpose, where you unexpectedly find your authentic self. Each week Chris Franklin has conversations with local creatives and thought leaders about getting lost in the landscapes that inspire their work.
The President's Perspective is a monthly half-hour chat with the president and CEO of Texas A&M University-Commerce, Dr. Dan Jones. Topics range from new and exciting developments for our students, faculty and staff at the University to State-wide higher education issues, to vacation plans for the Jones family.
Taking Flight, powered by NewThing.org, is a brand new Podcast launching April, 2017 at Exponential. Taking Flight will showcase the raw story of how church plants have gone from fumbles and failures to innovation and impact.
Stephen Goldsmith, Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School, talks with mayors and muses about the state of American cities as he searches out key learnings in the way cities do the public's business
Elevate Loudoun is dedicated to covering the local impact of politics at every level. We dissect local and national news, and dig deep into key political topics. Our commentators cover everything from local school budgets, to national debates, to why conventions insist on using Robert's Rules of Order in a fun, engaging discussion format.
Together we are working toward a better understanding of what it takes to have the greatest impact on the community around us. We want to know the best ways to create change within a group of people and develop deep levels of commitment among organizations. Each episode we have the opportunity to sit a the table with an amazing individual who is dedicated to loving, supporting, caring, and challenging those around them. The guests are not here for an interview as much as they are here to ensure the conversation takes place. Each week we explore something new on our journey to become more knowledgeable about the inner workings of people and groups. Music credit goes to www.bensound.com
'You, Me, Us, Now' is a podcast about people who try to change things. Who they are, how they became involved, and what they are working on. rnrnThere is a secret to the best way to organize. It's called the story of me, the story of you, the story of us, and the story of now. It's the way we share our histories, find our common dreams and act together on them.rnrnMy story - I became so consumed with the issue of climate change that I dropped everything to pursue political change, and ultimately became the mayor of Seattle. I worked hard and I was changed by the people I met and their stories. Now I want to bring some of their stories to you.
District 8 Councilman Brandon Coan talks with elected officials and other community leaders about how government works for its citizens, and issues that affect the Highlands area of Louisville, Kentucky.
Dealing with a loss of a loved one can be overwhelming, often we are challenged with the day to day tasks and time sensitive paperwork that needs to be completed after a passing of a loved one. The grief process is a long journey of healing and acceptance. Dragonfly Advisory Services is here to assist.
NACo Podcasts offer a new way to learn about all the important issues to counties. The podcasts tell the stories of innovative counties, covers new local government best practices, and provide legislative and policy updates from NACo.
Westerly Waves is about the people and local organizations that make Westerly, Rhode Island and the surrounding area a better place.
You will meet the people who are running these groups, the ones who are volunteering, the supporters, to hear their stories. Any organization who helps others or provides a service to the community is a candidate for this show. Produced by Dan Marantz, Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServces New England Properties in Westerly as a service to my community.
KETR's "Notably Texan" is a daily music program dedicated to the singers, songwriters, performers, and music of Texas. This podcast collects and shares the interviews that host Matt Meinke does with various Texas music artists throughout the year on the radio program.
Each week, our host Sara Shahriari sits down with community members to discuss issues concerning mid-Missourians. From politics, to local art to social issues, anything that generates good conversations and affects our community is on the table.
Local stories recorded by StoryCorps during its visit to Fort Myers during January 2017. StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.
“Ears On Art” airs the first two Wednesdays of each month as a part of Issues & Ideas . It began in earnest on April 1, 1999 with a half hour a month broadcast. Things have changed considerably since then. We have changed times and format, but the founding purpose has remained the same. In the beginning there were four hosts: Bill Beeson, Karen Kile, Gail Johnson, and me, Crissa Hewitt. Our aim was to create a magazine format with at least three segments. Bill opened the program with a commentary based on the show’s theme. Gail closed the show with a five-minute arts calendar. One or two interviews rounded out the thirty minutes. I spent the majority of my time learning how to tape, edit, and put in the finishing touches so that the recorded program could be aired. By 2002 the format had changed. Even a decade ago there was far too much information to create a comprehensive arts event calendar in five minutes. Bill continued to do the commentaries, but Gail and Karen discovered
The traveling exhibit RACE: Are We So Different? is now on display at the Rochester Museum & Science Center. WXXI , RMSC and several other community partners are working together to promote awareness about racial issues and to foster meaningful conversations about we can improve our understanding of one another. WXXI's reporting on RACE: Are We So Different? is supported by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities .
Longtime TV host Paul Pepper brings you his deep connections with the people in the arts and civic life who make this area a great place to live. Hear "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" weekday mornings at 8:50 on KBIA or listen to the show any time here.
I Stockholms nations egna radioprogram Radio Holmiensis diskuteras allt som är relevant för den främsta av nationer. Tillsamanns med prominenta gäster och spännande inslag sänder Anna Hillelson och Carolina Fock varje torsdag kl 17.
Radiofyris är en Daglig verksamhet i Uppsala kommun. Vår mediaplattform drivs av personer som omfattas av LSS.
Varje vecka producerar vi ett antal program inom de mest skiftande ämnen: Sport, samhällsprogram, recensioner av
dataspel och de senaste kändisnyheterna – och ännu mer därtill!
Interviews and event highlights from Radio Harrow.
Radio Harrow is local charity radio station for the London Borough of Harrow,
supplying information on health and wellbeing.
Listen to us at www.radioharrow.org
Follow us on Twitter @radioharrow
KSL is hitting the road - the Road to Understanding. Our television, radio and website resources are crossing the state of Utah from all directions to find out what issues matter to you, what you're proud of, and what you wish we knew.
Join the WHPC staff for a week’s look at the stories shaping the Long Island community. Hosted by NCC alumnus Bill McIntyre. Listen as Newsday reporters talk about the stories they bring us in print and online every day.
A podcast series featuring four weekly episodes each month devoted to the Who's Who and the many happenings in McKinney.
Each weekly Podcast episode is professionally produced by FriedoNation Productions and co-hosted by Ron Hunt and Mark "Friedo" Friedman (formerly with Sportsradio 1310 the Ticket and ESPNRadio).
Episodes will be roughly 30 minutes in length and will showcase local community leaders discussing topics that McKinney citizens want to know more about.
Diana Campbell, Your Atlanta Commercial REALTOR, provides an invaluable resource to business owners, investors and developers seeking to gain a qualitative perspective on the Atlanta submarket surrounding Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Succinct interviews with leaders, embedded in the communities of Hapeville, College Park and East Point, provide the unfolding qualitative story about how the region is evolving. Their collective insights (the pulse on streets) provide a critical layer of analysis when considering how, when, where and with whom to do business in the Tri-Cities.
By Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives Podcast
UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives uniquely blends past, present and future. Founded in 2011, the Institute houses the archives of innovative mayors Richard Lugar, William Hudnut III, Stephen Goldsmith and Bart Peterson, and also is a hub for conversations about vital issues in civic life.
Lee's Summit Town Hall is a weekly podcast conversation highlighting local issues and people in Lee's Summit, Missouri. Each week, hosts Jason Norbury and Nick Parker discuss pertinent issues and topics concerning local residents and introduce listeners to some of the people who help make Lee’s Summit a vibrant and growing community.
WELCOME to THE WILDLIFE TRAPPER podcast!
Where its all about- how to handle urban wildlife conflicts. What you can do on your own, and when it’s time to call a PROFESSIONAL. Protect your home and your loved ones with Jeff’s tips and tricks gained from over 20 years of encountering wildlife in “every” possible scenario.