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Women in Business - Dr. Gayle Carson
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Jen is an insurance agent, notary public, justice of the peace and an Aflac Associate in 9 states. She talks about starting her own business and why she decided to work with Aflac. She speaks to how she helps people and how she balances being a business owner and single mother of 3. She is also a contributing author to “Overcoming Mediocrity,”
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
Top UK scientist & truth-teller Kevin Anderson: the dangerous fantasy built into the climate narrative. Plus the awful story of the Texas nuclear parking lot with Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear, and Trump's secret backer for climate wrecking. Best of Radio Ecoshock replay.
Credits: Interviews by Alex Smith, for Radio Ecoshock
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
Brendon Fox was always interested in music, theater and literature, but it was in Jr. High School that he had the experiences which would define the rest of his life – listen to Brendon describe his father’s moving response to his performance. As much as he liked acting Brendon discovered that he also really liked directing – hear him describe the curious and serendipitous way his directing career got its start. Brendon’s path took him from Northwestern University to the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, then to Los Angeles and a Masters in Directing at UCLA, and a teaching position at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training in Sarasota FL where he directed a production of The Aliens. After four years away Brendon is back directing Alan Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking – the first production of the Conservatory’s Dog Days of Summer.
The Power of Marketing Automation
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What is a sales funnel and why do we say ALL businesses need one? Because we can’t do it all! Let’s face it, marketing has endless elements. No matter what business you are in, you need customers and need to be able to keep in touch with the existing customers while juggling getting new ones as well. How do you do it? You develop a sales funnel. Active Campaign is the perfect solution to help you and Chris Davis, the chief educator for Active Campaign, will share details and tips to help get you on your way of streamlining your processes and build your clientele.
Fifty Years ago, on July 12, 1967 the African American residents of Newark
rebelled. The rebellion was sparked by the beating of a Black cab driver by
white police officers and would leave 26 people killed, more than 700 injured, and millions of dollars of property damage to looted, vandalized, and burned properties.
On the 50th anniversary of what has become known as the "Newark riots,"
local historians and activists say the similarities between the city then and
the country now, are striking. Frustrated by racial tensions and individual
acts of police-involved violence, and amid the backdrop of a politically and
culturally tumultuous era, academics say the people of 1967 and the people of 2017 don't seem so far apart. In fact, they argue, should Newark's riots and the nearly 50-year fallout the city continues to struggle with in its aftermath not serve as a cautionary tale, we may be headed for a replay of what was arguably the decade of greatest violent upheaval in American history.
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.