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Gigabit Nation
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Craig Settles and guests discuss business strategies for putting broadband networks into place, as well as policy issues that affect community broadband.Gigabit Nation’s mission is threefold: 1) inform listeners how to get meaningful broadband into communities everywhere, 2) help communities increase broadband adoption and 3) provide a vehicle for people to work together – and with organizations – to get broadband done.
 
A podcast dedicated to helping with the fight for freedom from broadband internet pornography. Each week Mike will ask Kirk one question about his journey and how freedom is for him. He will inspire and motivate you to not give up.
 
The African Tech Roundup podcast delivers digital, tech and innovation highlights from across the African continent. The show is produced by broadcaster and entrepreneur, Andile Masuku (www.andilemasuku.com), and co-hosted by marketing maven turned investor and startup founder, Musa Kalenga (www.kalenga.me).
 
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Radio ITVT
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Founded in 1998 by Tracy Swedlow, InteractiveTV Today ITVT - http://www.itvt.com - is the most widely read and trusted news source on the rapidly emerging medium of multiplatform, networked, broadband interactive television. We provide concise, original coverage of industry developments, technologies, content projects, and the people building the business. Our readership ismostly made up of executives (30,000 to 60,000) in over 150 countries. We also provide live events and an industry resou ...
 
Get in-depth coverage of business news and trends at WIRED including technology, startups, and Silicon Valley. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
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RTÉ - Callans Kicks
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Comedy with Oliver Callan
 
Get in-depth coverage of business news and trends at WIRED including technology, startups, and Silicon Valley. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
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Vermont Edition
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Vermont Edition brings you news and conversation about issues affecting your life. Hosts Jane Lindholm and Bob Kinzel consider the context of current events through interviews with news makers and people who make our region buzz.
 
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Political Rewind
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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
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Political Rewind
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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
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The Morning Show
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Every weekday morning from 6 until 9 on The Ideas Network stations, listeners can hear "The Morning Show," where we talk with a wide variety of guests about issues that matter -- from politics to popular culture.
 
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Political Rewind
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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
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In Tech Today
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ITT is your low-fuss, no-frills, fat-free, no added sugar guide to the week in technology, gadgets and the internet. Hosted by Josh White and Ed Swift.
 
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Head Locke
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Making North Carolina First in Freedom
 
Ireland seen through the eyes of an ex-pat American and his 7 yr old son and 10 yr old daughter.
 
Recognized as PTC, we are the global non-profit membership organization promoting the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the Pacific Rim, the most dynamic geography of the world, spanning over 40 nations.
 
Catch up as Tom Watt hosts the weekly Fans’ Forum from Emirates Stadium as fans and special guests debate all the big Arsenal issues of the week.
 
ALL the Agriculture news important to Idaho Farmers, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each day the Idaho Farm Bureau brings you Ag news and feature stories focusing on markets and news farmers can use, The Idaho Farm Bureau is the Voice of Idaho Agriculture with more than 70-thousand members and 13-thousand farm families.
 
Welcome to our podcast where creative tech guys discuss various topics in entrepreneurship, life, tech (of course), and technology in Africa;
 
Musing on the messy and the meaningful - and everything else in the middle.
 
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RegionWeek
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Our goal is to share insightful news and we create relevant content that young people can put to work in their personal and professional life.
 
Cox Business Report explores the news, trends, product innovation and corporate strategy of Cox Communications, the third largest cable television company in the U.S. Cox provides video, phone and broadband data services to more the 6.2 million residential and business customers, including regional health care providers, K-12 and higher education, financial institutions, government agencies and the hospitality industry.
 
Technology talk with a Cooperative focus. CTC Inside Voice is brought to you by Consolidated Telecommunications Company, a rural telecommunications company in Central Minnesota.
 
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IP Talk Radio
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Tune into IP Talk radio, a monthly podcast series coming to you from the Ericsson campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. Listen to industry leaders and personalities as they discuss IP networking-related issues, including LTE/EPC. Subscribe to IP Talk Radio to hear expert commentary and gain valuable insights into today's market and Ericsson's strategy.
 
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In January 2018, the top policy executives from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter testified in a Senate hearing about terrorism and social media, touting their companies’ use of artificial intelligence to detect and remove terrorist content from groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda.
 
In January 2018, the top policy executives from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter testified in a Senate hearing about terrorism and social media, touting their companies’ use of artificial intelligence to detect and remove terrorist content from groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda.
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, in 2017 Doug Jones became the first Democrat elected to an Alabama U.S. Senate seat in more than two decades with the help of a massive turnout of African-American voters.By rjimison@gpb.org (rjimison).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, in 2017 Doug Jones became the first Democrat elected to an Alabama U.S. Senate seat in more than two decades with the help of a massive turnout of African-American voters.By digital@gpb.org (GPB Digital).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, in 2017 Doug Jones became the first Democrat elected to an Alabama U.S. Senate seat in more than two decades with the help of a massive turnout of African-American voters.By rjimison@gpb.org (rjimison).
 
Two maritime history museums are celebrating 50 years of highlighting Wisconsin's shipwrecks, submarines and many other water-related tales. Two history experts share more about Wisconsin's nautical past. We also hear from a Wisconsinite who exercised outside a little bit of each day last year.
 
In 1971, paper companies were instructed to stop discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) into the Fox River. We check in on the state of the river now and recently settled lawsuit implicating the paper companies. We also discuss why some people coming off antidepressants may experience severe withdrawal symptoms.…
 
Leo in Brussels, John Delaney, Mary Lou's banner
 
On Tuesday, Facebook reached a historic settlement with civil rights groups that had accused the company of allowing advertisers to unlawfully discriminate against minorities, women, and older people by using the platform’s ad-targeting technology to exclude them from seeing ads for housing, jobs, and credit—three areas with legal protections f ...…
 
On Tuesday, Facebook reached a historic settlement with civil rights groups that had accused the company of allowing advertisers to unlawfully discriminate against minorities, women, and older people by using the platform’s ad-targeting technology to exclude them from seeing ads for housing, jobs, and credit—three areas with legal protections f ...…
 
This bonus podcast miniseries episode features Lauren Servin, the American Founder and "Chief Tree Officer" of the Desert Date Company. The Desert Date Company is a natural ingredient supplier and skincare brand based on the banks of the Nile River in Northern Uganda.Lauren was previously SPARK’s South Sudan Country Manager – a role she inhabit ...…
 
Fei-Fei Li heard the crackle of a cat’s brain cells a couple of decades ago and has never forgotten it. Researchers had inserted electrodes into the animal’s brain and connected them to a loudspeaker, filling a lab at Princeton with the eerie sound of firing neurons. “They played the symphony of a mammalian visual system,” Li told an audience M ...…
 
Fei-Fei Li heard the crackle of a cat’s brain cells a couple of decades ago and has never forgotten it. Researchers had inserted electrodes into the animal’s brain and connected them to a loudspeaker, filling a lab at Princeton with the eerie sound of firing neurons. “They played the symphony of a mammalian visual system,” Li told an audience M ...…
 
Vermont Edition is featuring some of our recent coverage of climate change on our region - including significant changes for weather, wildlife and agriculture. Plus: discussion of what we can do on local and global levels to combat climate change and effectively deal with its effects.By sgalerosen@vpr.net (sgalerosen).
 
New research shows many of us consider financial decisions to be cold and analytical. We talk about why this means some people are more likely to procrastinate money matters than others. We also learn about some of the largest contributing factors to economic inequality.
 
While CVS, Walgreens and department store pharmacies grow in number, independent pharmacies are still important community services. We talk about their role in the pharmaceutical industry and what their future might look like. We also learn more about how Wisconsin responds to emergencies, in light of the record flooding across the state.…
 
European officials Wednesday fined Google €1.49 billion ($1.7 billion) for more than a decade of abusive practices in how it brokered online ads for other websites like newspapers, blogs, and travel aggregators. This is the third billion-dollar antitrust penalty levied against Google by the European Commission, which has fined the company more ...…
 
European officials Wednesday fined Google €1.49 billion ($1.7 billion) for more than a decade of abusive practices in how it brokered online ads for other websites like newspapers, blogs, and travel aggregators. This is the third billion-dollar antitrust penalty levied against Google by the European Commission, which has fined the company more ...…
 
Forest bathing is an English interpretation of the Japanese term shinrin-yoku and it is the idea that spending time in nature in an alert but relaxed manner has healing and rejuvenating benefits. But why, in a state where many Vermonters already feel connected to the natural landscape around them, would someone pay to go on a forest bathing exc ...…
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, an exclusive interview with Georgia's Senior U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson. Isakson responds to President Trump's attacks on John McCain in recent days that came in a flurry of Twitter posts over the weekend and in comments to reporters at the White House.By bnigut@gpb.org (Bill Nigut).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, an exclusive interview with Georgia's Senior U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson. Isakson responds to President Trump's attacks on John McCain in recent days that came in a flurry of Twitter posts over the weekend and in comments to reporters at the White House.By digital@gpb.org (GPB Digital).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, an exclusive interview with Georgia's Senior U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson. Isakson responds to President Trump's attacks on John McCain in recent days that came in a flurry of Twitter posts over the weekend and in comments to reporters at the White House.By bnigut@gpb.org (Bill Nigut).
 
After each new horrific mass shooting, an all-too-familiar cycle often plays out: Reporters (myself included) race to attempt to unpack an alleged shooter’s possible motivations by piecing together clues from their social media accounts and online postings before it all gets scrubbed from the internet.…
 
After each new horrific mass shooting, an all-too-familiar cycle often plays out: Reporters (myself included) race to attempt to unpack an alleged shooter’s possible motivations by piecing together clues from their social media accounts and online postings before it all gets scrubbed from the internet.…
 
Most of us take for granted the ability to recognize the faces of our friends and loved ones. But for about two percent of individuals, it isn't that easy. They have a condition called prosopagnosia or face blindness . Brad Duchaine, Dartmouth College professor of psychological and brain sciences, joins us to discuss the latest research in this ...…
 
If you live to see 100, you're bound to have a unique perspective on life and a good story or two to tell. We talk with an author about what she learned from interviewing some of the country’s oldest individuals, and the timeless lessons they can teach all of us.
 
March Madness, one of the biggest moneymakers in college sports, kicks off later this week. We talk about some of the ongoing issues among college athletes, including the debate over paying them. We also talk about potential changes to the state's DUI legislation.
 
The college admissions bribery scandal has all the components of a made for TV movie, including celebrity cameos, suspense, and unexpected twists and turns. Behind the broken admissions process and the drama, however, a different educational crisis is looming. According to a 2018 Korn Ferry study, by 2030, there could be a global talent shortag ...…
 
The college admissions bribery scandal has all the components of a made for TV movie, including celebrity cameos, suspense, and unexpected twists and turns. Behind the broken admissions process and the drama, however, a different educational crisis is looming. According to a 2018 Korn Ferry study, by 2030, there could be a global talent shortag ...…
 
After a long hard winter, spring has finally sprung…and while its still too wet and early to turn dirt, they’re busy in the orchards of SW Idaho as Steve Ritter reports: It's raining, it's pouring it's snowing -- and we just had the wettest US winter on record. Stephanie Ho has the story. The Idaho Statehouse served as a dramatic backdrop for t ...…
 
Everyone has interesting things happen to them - at least once in a while - but not everyone knows how to tell a good story about their experiences. Susanne Schmidt is someone who does. She's a storyteller and regional producer of The Moth , which puts on storytelling events across the country.By rcengeri@vpr.net (rcengeri).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, the legislature continues to hurtle toward Sine Die with some of the most controversial measures seen in decades still unresolved. A bill to protect Confederate monuments is still in play. And the fetal heartbeat bill will soon be scheduled for debate in the full Senate.…
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, the legislature continues to hurtle toward Sine Die with some of the most controversial measures seen in decades still unresolved. A bill to protect Confederate monuments is still in play. And the fetal heartbeat bill will soon be scheduled for debate in the full Senate.…
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, the legislature continues to hurtle toward Sine Die with some of the most controversial measures seen in decades still unresolved. A bill to protect Confederate monuments is still in play. And the fetal heartbeat bill will soon be scheduled for debate in the full Senate.…
 
A special Vermont Edition collects interviews with cartoonists and graphic novel creators, showcasing local work in the unique art form that presents novel-length stories in a comic strip format. It's a combination of words and images that doesn't shy away from difficult subjects: these Vermont cartoonists tackle mental health, crumbling marria ...…
 
While open-concept design used to be highly desired in homes, particularly in the suburbs, some homeowners miss their walls. We talk about how home design can impact behavior and mood in a space. We also talk with an economist about his plan to reduce the number of children living in homes below the poverty line.…
 
A rough winter for roads throughout the state means potholes are plentiful and making for some bone-rattling car rides. Experts from the Agency of Transportation join Vermont Edition to talk about how potholes form, how they're fixed and how they can be prevented.By sgalerosen@vpr.net (sgalerosen).
 
We learn about the potential for flooding to impact private wells and drinking water. And, Wisconsin hospitals are embracing the support of one non-profit offering a unique coaching system to help Wisconsinites living with a drug addiction. We hear more about the coaching and how it's helped people.
 
The internet is an ocean of algorithms trying to tell you what to do. YouTube and Netflix proffer videos they calculate you’ll watch. Facebook and Twitter filter and reorganize posts from your connections, avowedly in your interest—but also in their own. New York entrepreneur Brian Whitman helped create such a system.…
 
The internet is an ocean of algorithms trying to tell you what to do. YouTube and Netflix proffer videos they calculate you’ll watch. Facebook and Twitter filter and reorganize posts from your connections, avowedly in your interest—but also in their own. New York entrepreneur Brian Whitman helped create such a system.…
 
Pundits have spent more than two years asking why Donald Trump won the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Timothy Carney, commentary editor at the Washington Examiner, focuses on how Trump tapped into common concerns when he declared “The American Dream is dead.” Carney’s latest book, Alienated America, explains why that statement is true for too ...…
 
On October 27, 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an email to his then-director of product development. For years, Facebook had allowed third-party apps to access data on their users’ unwitting friends, and Zuckerberg was considering whether giving away all that information was risky. In his email, he suggested it was not: “I’m generally ...…
 
On October 27, 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an email to his then-director of product development. For years, Facebook had allowed third-party apps to access data on their users’ unwitting friends, and Zuckerberg was considering whether giving away all that information was risky. In his email, he suggested it was not: “I’m generally ...…
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, as the week begins, a bill that all but bans abortion in Georgia tops news out of the legislature once again. We’ll look at today’s early morning Senate committee meeting that was called with little advance notice to determine the fate of the measure.By bnigut@gpb.org (Bill Nigut).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, as the week begins, a bill that all but bans abortion in Georgia tops news out of the legislature once again. We’ll look at today’s early morning Senate committee meeting that was called with little advance notice to determine the fate of the measure.By digital@gpb.org (GPB Digital).
 
On this edition of Political Rewind, as the week begins, a bill that all but bans abortion in Georgia tops news out of the legislature once again. We’ll look at today’s early morning Senate committee meeting that was called with little advance notice to determine the fate of the measure.By bnigut@gpb.org (Bill Nigut).
 
The Kohler Company recently announced a few hundred Wisconsin-based jobs will be transferred to a Mississippi production plant. We talk about their plan to offer alternative jobs to affected workers and learn what's behind the move. We also talk about the state of Wisconsin's manufacturing industry as a whole.…
 
State legislators have created the Wisconsin Paper Caucus, a bipartisan effort that aims to educate people about the importance of paper and create policies that will help sustain the industry. We hear more about their plans. We also get the latest Wisconsin news, including more on the upcoming State Supreme Court race.…
 
The first five days or so of SXSW in Austin are always dedicated to the “interactive” portion of the festival. The city’s downtown streets swell with lanyard-laden “entrepreneurs” and “founders” wearing that familiar uniform of T-shirts screen-printed with their company’s clever logo, an outfit made professional by throwing a blazer over the en ...…
 
The first five days or so of SXSW in Austin are always dedicated to the “interactive” portion of the festival. The city’s downtown streets swell with lanyard-laden “entrepreneurs” and “founders” wearing that familiar uniform of T-shirts screen-printed with their company’s clever logo, an outfit made professional by throwing a blazer over the en ...…
 
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