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Women in Business - Dr. Gayle Carson
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Lisa created the “Wait’ll We Get Our Hanes on You” campaign” and talks about why she left corporate to her own business. She talks about why business owners need to learn to write their own marketing copy. She also speaks to what small business owners should focus on to get their message out and how all of this relates to building a brand.
The Thomas Jefferson Hour is a weekly radio program dedicated to the search for truth in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson.
Our third president, Thomas Jefferson, was a man of the Enlightenment, a student of human nature and gentlemanly behavior, and he applied this to his personal life as well as to both the national and world wide challenges he faced during the forming of our nation. Nationally acclaimed humanities scholar and award winning first person interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Clay Jenkinson, portrays Jefferson on the program, and he answers listener questions while in the persona of Jefferson--his answers are grounded in the writings and actions of the great man.
Radio Ecoshock Show - Alex Smith
Will climate change affect women more than men? Is it really a gender issue? From the University of Western Australia, feminist geographer and IPCC contributor Petra Tschakert. Plus Swedish scientist Erik Bjorn: why a neurotoxin will pour into the seas as climate warms.
Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford
The show covers remodeling projects from start to finish and looks at the latest trends in home improvement. Regular segments include Simple Solutions, which offers innovative tips to help solve common household problems; Best New Products, featuring the latest gadgets and tools to improve a home; and Ask Danny, in which Lipford answers viewers' questions on a variety of home improvement topics. Today's Homeowner is nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award.
The Shortwave Report
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Spanish National Radio, Sputnik Radio, and Radio Havana Cuba.
The Lynne Show - Lynne Bernfield
When John Lamb plays everyone stops to listen. His solos may be poignant or whimsical, achingly simple or blindingly complex, but you don’t want to miss a note. A highly respected musician who spent three years touring and recording with the legendary Duke Ellington band, he is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Sarasota Jazz Club’s “Satchmo Award” for service to jazz as both a musician and an educator. In his 80’s he is arguably the busiest musician in South Florida. But despite his success and accolades he remains kind, generous, charming and self-deprecating, dedicated to sharing his extraordinary talent and knowledge and making the world a better place which, by his very presence, he already has. Listen to him describe the way he constructs his solo’s and come hear him along, with an extraordinary group of musicians, as they celebrate the 90th birthday of icon Dick Hymen at this year’s Sarasota Jazz Festival.
Our special guest, Sue Henry is an amazing entrepreneur and digital marketing maven. She shares: “So many business and/or sales professionals go right for the sale. They may ask a few questions but the questions are flat and the prospect knows they are being pitched. Remember, people love to buy but hate to be sold. Instead of using the sales pitch your company or some “guru” taught you, learn how to ask questions that get to the heart of the person you are talking to so you can build trust and rapport. Not just because you want to make a sale but because you truly care. People can tell the difference. So be the person who makes the room brighter when you walk in, not the person who makes it brighter when they leave!”
Opal Tometi Speaks on the Black Lives Matter Movement
Opal Tometi, co-founder of Black Lives Matter is a dedicated activist working at the intersection of racial justice and immigrant rights for more than a decade, Opal Tometi was incensed by the 2013 acquittal
of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin—and inspired to take action. Starting the Twitter hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter, Tometi (with Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors), prompted activism nationwide and introduced the banner under which this generation’s
civil rights movement marches. As the Executive Director at the Black
Alliance for Just Immigration, Tometi is also at the helm of the country’s
leading Black organization for immigrant rights, steering initiatives
including the first Congressional briefing on Black immigrants. Tometi
reveals raw insights into the adversity inflicted by social injustice, anti-
black bias and uninformed views on immigration, educating and
inspiring audiences, like the thousands that she addressed recently in
Brooklyn to organize and stand together to fight Trump and to transform
society into a world where the lives and contributions of all individuals
are recognized equally.
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Hands On, an exciting series that covers global awareness of the environment, development, human rights and health issues. Each week a featured topic is discussed and people are interviewed on the topic.