The Norfolk Department of Public Health (NDPH) program HealthWatch is a monthly news and community affairs update that highlights NDPH programs, services, events and activities, while also providing important information on topical health issues facing the nation and impacting Norfolk residents
I F**KING LOVE SAN ANTONIO is a premier podcast featuring San Antonio's melting pot of people, art, and politics. This podcast features and promotes an open and uncensored source of communication by providing you with exclusive access to a side of San Antonio news that has never been seen before.
Stadia Industries is an established, well-equipped full- service glass and door company serving the needs of commercial, and retail clients.
Get a behind the scenes with president Tim Byrne and his staff!
Rad Chinese gathers Chinese people for dinner, discussion, and activities that reveal systems of oppression and help us work towards alternatives. Learn more about your people as we share personal experiences, identify privilege & internalized white supremacy, and generate next steps in preparing to fight for the liberation of all oppressed people.
This podcast holds recordings of our Rad BYOB events, where 2+ members summarize a 30 minute reading in 15 minutes, then lead a group discussion on 2 relevant questions. Like what you hear? Find your nearest rad community or start your own. Learn more at bit.ly/rad-byob.
The Champions of St. Louis podcast celebrates challengers who are making significant contributions to building our community. With our guests, we look back at the decisions that have formed our present day, and ahead to the projects that will continue to drive collaboration in days to come. The Champions of St. Louis podcast celebrates challengers who are making significant contributions to building our community. With our guests, we look back at the decisions that have formed our present day, and ahead to the projects that will continue to drive collaboration in days to come.
Learn something new about Sydney – City of Sydney is taking you behind the scenes of our city, bringing you stories of our city’s history, its inner workings and more. Subscribe now to stay up-to-date.
Chelsea CentrAl is a community podcast for the citizens of Chelsea, Alabama and the residents of the surrounding areas of unincorporated Shelby County, Alabama. Chelsea is the fastest growing city in one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Alabama. Our goal is to connect with you, encourage you to connect with others, and build a stronger community by doing so. We do this by interviewing community leaders, small business owners, local organizations, and everyday citizens that are doing amazing things. We hope that you will LISTEN to the podcast, LEARN about the businesses, organizations, and individuals within our community, and CONNECT with those that share your passions and interest.
St Pete X features business and civic leaders in St. Petersburg Florida who share their insight, expertise and love of our special city. An initiative of the St. Petersburg Group, St Pete X strives to connect and elevate the city by sharing the voices of its citizens, and to bring awareness to the opportunities offered by the great St. Petersburg renaissance.
A Wicked Local podcast hosted by Caitlyn Kelleher, the innovation specialist for Wicked Local, and Joy Richard, a member of the print production team.
Once a week, Caitlyn and Joy are going to provide you a behind-the scenes look at the work Wicked Local journalists do every day throughout eastern Massachusetts. Each week's episode features a journalist talking about how he or she heard about, worked on and published a major news story from that week.
Norfolk Perspectives is designed to keep viewers up-to-date on the things that make Norfolk a great place to live, work, learn and play. This thirty-minute magazine show is an information resource for Norfolkians.
Blind Spot is a programme produced by the Association of Blind Citizens of New Zealand – Southland Branch (ABC). The ABC is a blind consumer organization established by blind people in 1945. Their programme focuses on issues relating to blind and vision impaired people. Blind Spot is sponsored by SBS Bank and plays from 9-9.15am on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
Nature is essential to our quality of life. Berks Nature works hard every day to protect nature, and connect people to nature. Berks Nature is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization that has been serving the Berks County community since 1974.
Each month, For Good focuses on a pressing issue facing Central Indiana, specifically Hamilton and Marion counties, and talks with the people and organizations that are working hard to make the community a better place for everybody, every day. For Good is a podcast created by Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) in partnership with WFYI that features new episodes on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Learn more or listen to past episodes at cicf.org.
Better Communities. Better Michigan. The Podcast! The Michigan Municipal League is the one clear voice for Michigan communities, working in Lansing and throughout the state for the unique and vibrant places where people want to live. From state policy to cutting edge local initiatives, we’ll discuss issues that impact us all, and identify key strategies to promote highly adaptable, economically competitive communities that are ready to face the challenges of the 21st century and beyond.
Dr Jackie Chambers talks through the new and exciting role of Director of Public health within Birmingham City Council with Strategic Director of Adults and Communities, Peter Hay and Sandy Bradbrook Chief Executive of Heart of Birmingham PCT.
The mission of the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development is to initiate, implement and manage the operations and logistics of programs aimed at generating revenue and stimulating employment and business opportunities in the District through the production of film, television, video, photography and other multimedia projects.
This is my first episode. I hope you'll find this podcast to be informative, entertaining and... maybe just a little bit engaging as I work to bring you juicy tidbits about Apex.
I want to tell you what's going on... to fill the void left by the print media... partially filled by social media... but so you can hear it from a voice that, hopefully, you've come to trust by now to give it to you straight... but in a manner you've come to expect from living in the #1 Best Place to Live in America.
I want to bring you some real people stories that happen right here in Apex. Some of you may remember the Western Wake Herald, later the Apex Herald. They covered this kind of local news. Well, I see that as a lost art. So I'll be bringing this back to you, but with modern technology... namely, this podcast. Sorry I can't afford to print newspapers, but maybe this is more personal. Yeah, I think that's what I'm going for here.
Lastly, I want to update you on, what some may consider the mundane, others may take it quite seriously, and still others just bring their popcorn and watch for entertainment. Yes, that's right, I'm talking about the Apex town council meetings. And as mayor, I do run the meetings, but I've noticed that there is no one out there telling you what happened... at least, not consistently, and without an angle. And, yeah, I realize as the mayor, you might be thinking, "Well, what's YOUR angle, Lance?".
So let's make this clear... my commitment to you is that I'll make sure I tell you when I'm giving you my take on some development request or ordinance change or whatever. If I don't say otherwise, I'm just going to give it you straight -- part news anchor, part friend. But since I'm there at every meeting, I figure, I might as well share with you what we did.
So that's where we're going on this Podcast journey. I hope you will give me a few episodes of support, feedback, constructive criticism and maybe even a bit of grace while I get this thing launched.
Why do I call this The Apex Roundup Podcast? Well, my goal is to make this a 30-minute rodeo for you... every couple of weeks ... rounding up all Apex tidbits. So, the Apex Roundup Podcast seems like a good name that, don't you think?
’Ambassadørerne’ er Udenrigsministeriets podcast, hvor skiftende ambassadører bliver interviewet om aktuelle emner. Analyser fra Danmarks udkigsposter i hele verden og et indblik i diplomatiets arbejde.
On February 19, 2017, eighteen-year-old Sergio Reyes was shot fourteen times and killed by police officers in his neighborhood. On June 28, 2017, the day he would have graduated, seven of Sergio's classmates launched the first episode of a three-part podcast to honor their friend and explore the narratives and social forces surrounding the events that lead to his death.
This podcast began as a documentary theatre piece written and performed by Sergio's classmates, and based on interviews with his friends, teachers, law enforcement, media, and New York City community.
Join a discussion about the source of our emissions and the best ways to lower emissions from all sources throughout San Diego County. Host Peder Norby will talk to experts and community members about how we can chart the best path towards a better future and meet our region's Climate Action Plan goals.
Brought to you by Sempra Services Corporation. Sempra Services Corporation is not the same company as the California utilities, San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) or Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas), and Sempra Services Corporation is not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.
We supply recordings of the local news to anyone who is blind or sufficiently visually impaired as to be unable to read the newspaper.
The service is free, being financially supported by the generosity of Bookham and Horsley Rotary Club and some much-appreciated legacies. We have also gratefully received donations from Lions and Probus Clubs and others. The most recent edition also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 0330 22 33 452
Butler Planning Services presents the Whitehouse Town Center Plan and Comprehensive Zoning Update Podcast. This program will provide meeting recordings and supplemental information as the process moves forward. Check out the project blog at http://whitehouseplan.blogspot.com/ for more information.
In this KUNM series, reporter Laura Paskus explores natural gas drilling and the burgeoning oil industry in northwestern New Mexico--its benefits, impacts, and future. Funding provided by the New Venture Fund.
END GANG LIFE is a comprehensive gang education, prevention, and awareness initiative that uses bold, emotional, and visually impactful images and messages to:
• Engage the public about gangs
• Provide material that educates the public about gangs
• Prevent youth and young adults from joining gangs
• Encourage those involved in gang life to exit
The Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind was established over thirty years ago and works closely with the Local Authority and local groups, such as the Surbiton ,New Malden and Social Eyes Blind Clubs and the Eye Contact Club to promote the interests of blind and partially sighted people who live in the borough.
Membership is free, and is open to any visually impaired person living within the borough and anyone interested in their wellbeing. Click Here to download the latest newsletter
Funding is received from the Greater London Fund for the Blind. The Association is able to make grants available to visually impaired people who live in the borough for a wide variety of purposes, ranging from the purchase of special equipment to help with the cost of holidays.
The Association also supports a weekly Talking Newspaper, which has over one hundred and fifty listeners and an Eye Buddy Scheme which matches trained volunteers to blind and partially sighted people living in the borough. Volunteers visit their clients on a weekly basis to help with many tasks including reading of mail, letter writing, maybe just to chat and have a cup of tea. KAB also has a Tandem scheme and always needs additional volunteers to be involved with one off trips and outings and also to take part in our group residential home visits
More information about the Association may be obtained from the KAB Office on 020 8605 0060.
STORIES, MUSIC, NEWS, SPORTS AND COMMENTARY FOR AND BY TEENS. OUR WEEKLY PROGRAM IS PRODUCED AT CENTRAL LIBRARY IN JAMAICA, AND AT THE LIBRARY FOR TEENS IN THE ROCKAWAYS, NEW YORK CITY. THE QUEENS LIBRARY RADIO NETWORK IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY A GRANT FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.
The County Seat is a weekly television program that studies the role of County Government and explores the difficult issues facing county leadership in a frank and straightforward conversation. The County Seat was launched six years ago as a solution to counties not being able to reach and engage their constituents through normal media channels. They were equally concerned with their needs getting overlooked by legislators, as well as state and federal agencies. As the issues counties grapple with have become more complicated, information has become simplified and sensationalized; which has turned out to be a poor process for discussing public policy. The County Seat focuses on the important local issues in a longer format rather than the 90-second news story, aimed at beginning a dialogue. This allows viewers to jump in and learn about County Government without running for office. The County Seat is broadcast Saturday Evenings at 11:00 & Sunday Mornings at 8:30 on the ABC affiliate out of Salt Lake City, UTAH (KTVX) and re-aired on local cable channels across the state.
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The Districts is a conversation with the leaders of Special Districts, 38,000 strong and growing. The podcast and the namesake program it supports are produced by Government Technology and sponsored by AT&T, which imagined a program for the 38K special districts to connect, share and learn about IT innovation. Join the conversation - at govtech.com/districts
52 Women is the official podcast of the Montgomery County (MD) Chapter of the National Organization for Women. We discuss chapter news, local and national news, and a woman of the week. Find us online at www.mcmdnow.org.
Ismahan Abdullahi of PANA (Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans) and Nicole Capretz of Climate Action Campaign (CAC) in conversation with cutting edge thought leaders and agents of change who will share their ideas for how we can make San Diego a region that is inclusive, progressive and equitable -- with more women in power in all corners of the community.
By Nick Palkowski| Host | Podcaster | Entrepreneur
This weekly live stream and podcast is dedicated to Madison's urban lifestyle. It will feature iconic Madison spots along with some unique finds. Our mission is to help you learn the stories of the people who make this city what it is.
Hosted by Ian Power, Vancouver Consumer introduces you to local products and services. We’ll share our experiences, tips, reviews, and recommendations. Tune in on Sundays at 11am as we investigate all sorts of industries, including real estate, finance, travel, retail, and more.
Join hosts Ian Power and Jon Meyer as they delve into Vancouver’s real estate market. You’ll hear top news headlines, expert tips and insights on topics like financing mortgages, home inspections, staging, home improvements and more.
Catch Vancouver Real Estate Today every Saturday morning from 11am to 12pm.
We provide a weekly reading of local news mainly for people with sight problems such that they cannot read local newspapers. The reading contains a digest of the local newspapers in the Wigan and Leigh areas. We also include local items and announcements that may be of special interest to people with limited or no sight. The most recent edition also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 01942 356456
Where The Alligators Roam is back on the ether, if not the air. The show is now done from the downtown Lafayette studios of Acadiana Open Channel. It streams on Cypress Street Radio on Sunday afternoons at 5 p.m. The podcasts will be available on Mondays. Part of the AOC Podcast Network.
This is a podcast about Diamond Head Diamondhead condos condominiums. We talk about our latest problems which are usually many and what is being done to resolve our problems by having the board help us. We ask how can the management company help us. FIGHT THE POWER. This is our forum
Talk About Magazine is recorded quarterly and contains a pot pourie of magazine-style articles selected by our editors that will make you think, chuckle and, we hope, be generally entertained. They often contain a quiz and a recipe section giving tips for easily prepared dishes. If you have any comments or feedback on the Magazine please contact Sheffield Talking News by leaving a message on our answerphone - telephone number 0114 278 0440 - or by sending an e-mail to [email protected] This can also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 0114 383 0345
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Podcast vznikol ako projekt prvého univerzitného národa na Slovensku - Národ Technickej Excelencie http://nationofte.sk/
A service to the citizens, lawyers, and citizen-lawyers of the great State of West Virginia. Providing updates on legislative action, WV supreme court decisions, and other changes to the rules, regulations, and laws of the Mountain State.
The Detroit Bar Association presents interviews with prominent Detroit area attorneys, government officials, business leaders, and newsmakers covering the issues that matter to Detroit lawyers and the Michigan legal community. Hosted by Jonathan Marko of Ernst and Marko Law.
We distribute a 90 minute long weekly cassette to over 100 listeners, reading from a mix of local news and information from local organisations covering the Kingston Upon Thames area, as well as snippets from sources like RNIB and Infosound to try to give a reasonable mix of items. The most recent edition also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 03302233452
Out and About in Sheffield contains a series of occasional items recorded, as the name suggests, away from the studio and out and about in Sheffield. There is no production schedule for these items, they are recorded as and when. We hope they will be of interest, and if you have any comments or ideas for future editions please contact us. This can also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 0114 383 0345
Hi neighbor! Los Feliz: The Podcast is a comedic look at the latest neighborhood news and best local stories. Whether it’s a tap water taste test, sharing Los Feliz ghost stories, or a fervent discussion about Katy Perry buying a convent, hosts Morgan Murphy and Robin Shorr keep you up to date. We’ll chat with local businesses, politicians, shop owners and dedicated residents of this close-knit community. So borrow a cup of audio sugar, and welcome to the neighborhood.
Want to share a local tip, news or know of a cool event in Los Feliz? Have a story about our neighborhood or yours? We'd love to shout it out on our show, twitter, and website! Whether you're a local with insider info, a local business just moving in, or a listener from across the globe with a community story to share, email your neighborhood hosts at [email protected]
Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post. Each week the articles are selected by one of our team of editors in which they aim to present an interesting balance of news, comment and stories (both serious and light hearted) about our city and the region. If you have any comments or feedback we would love to hear from you. Our answerphone number is 0114 278 0440 and our e-mail address is [email protected] We hope you enjoy it. The most recent edition also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 0114 383 0345
Rose City Politics is a weekly, hour-long show focused on the movers-and-shakers affecting the political scene in Windsor, Ontario. Municipal politics is the emphasis when you join panelists Kieran McKenzie, Pat Papadeas, Mark Boscariol, Don Merrifield and Doug Sartori as they disect, debate, educate and inform on political happenings in Windsor and Essex County.
Upholding Valor focuses on men and women from all backgrounds and eras of military service. It’s our hope that this series will inspire and educate veterans to use the resources and programs they have earned while spotlighting their spirit and courage throughout our community. It’s up to all of us to look out for our veterans. Hosted by Jill Atwood, Chief of Communications of the VA in Salt Lake City, Utah, and sponsored by American United Federal Credit Union, continuously striving to be the difference that makes a difference in our veterans’ lives. Visit Amucu.org/valor to learn more.
Democratic Campaigns is for candidates, campaign managers, operatives, party leaders, staffers and the millions of volunteers working to elect Democrats. How can we win more elections? Dan Johnson (DNC delegate and local politician) is the host and discusses campaign techniques, lessons and war stories with Democrats from around the country to help spread around best practices to earn us more votes. Comments or suggestions for guests? Email [email protected] Sponsored by Campaign Filer, provider of campaign software for Democratic campaigns.