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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 ...
 
Comedy with Oliver Callan
 
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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Tech Talk Y'all
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Tech Talk Y'all is a bi-weekly show with your hosts Sanjay Parekh and Adam Walker. Sanjay and Adam dish about technology and often other seemingly random topics. Episodes are targeted to be about 30 minutes in length.
 
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Let's Know Things
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Let's Know Things is a show about putting current events into context. Rather than simply discussing the news, in each episode we use a news item as a starting point for a larger discussion about a particular industry, society, ourselves, and the world.
 
Ireland seen through the eyes of an ex-pat American and his 7 yr old son and 10 yr old daughter.
 
Three friends entering their thirties decide to go back and re-read/watch/absorb all things "Potter", telling stories about the trials of growing up (especially when you're clueless) and reflecting on their lives now as a result, all through a "Potter Prism".
 
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KSTE Farm Hour
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Sundays Noon-1p on Talk 650 KSTE
 
KGNU's News Portal
 
The best source to come to for technical talk on DOCSIS.
 
Listen to Indy-based entrepreneurs and business-people, their experience and expertise. Have some laughs and learn along the way on this episode of Off the Circle. Your hosts are Douglas Karr and Ryan Grimes. We're sharing motivating stories, newly discovered businesses, exceptional leaders, and other topics associated with the great city of Indianapolis.
 
Agricultural News for farmers covering crop, planting forecast, agricultural weather, agricultural policies, politics, agricultural science, and everything related to farming news.
 
Weekdays at 4 p.m. join host Nora Flaherty and hear Maine’s only daily statewide radio news program. Maine Public Radio's award-winning news staff brings you the latest news from across Maine and the region, as well as in-depth reports on the most important issues.
 
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The post All FSA Offices Opening and Pre-Plant Agronomy Tips on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
The HAT Soil Health Podcast- How Soils Behave Under a Long-term Soil Health System On this edition of the HAT Soil Health Podcast presented by the Indiana Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative, Decatur, IN farmer Mike Werling and USDA NRCS State Soil Health Specialist Stephanie McLain talk about how soils behave under a long-term soil health ...…
 
A federal judge in Portland ordered the indefinite detention today of a Chinese woman and her naturalized U.S. husband on sex-trafficking charges. Federal prosecutors allege New Hampshire residents Derong Miao and her husband, Shou Chao Li, used social media app WeChat to recruit more than 25 young Chinese women as sex workers in northern New E ...…
 
Democratic Gov. Janet Mills has rejected a federal government waiver that would have allowed Maine to impose work requirements for Medicaid recipients.By pwight@mainepublic.org (Patty Wight).
 
This week we discuss flexitarianism, Banting, and the global diet industry. We also discuss population growth, Claude Bernard, and Godzilla-scale problems. I'm on tour: BecomingTour.com Become a patron on Patreon: patreon.com/letsknowthings For more information about this podcast and to view the show notes, visit letsknowthings.com You can find ...…
 
Maine Democratic legislative leaders joined with Gov. Janet Mills and Planned Parenthood of Northern New England in Augusta Tuesday to mark the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Lawmakers reiterated their commitment to protecting access to abortions.By pwight@mainepublic.org (Patty Wight).
 
From carbon taxes to the Maine version of the Green New Deal, Democratic state lawmakers are pitching a slew of bills designed to address the threat of climate change.By smistler@mainepublic.org (Steve Mistler).
 
Happy Friday Everyone. Today is January 18 and this is episode 44 of Get Your Tech On, our show on All Things DOCSIS. I'm Brady Volpe, Founder of The Volpe Firm and Nimble This. With us is, John Downey, the Ant Man of Cable. John is also CMTS Technical Leader at Cisco Systems, welcome John.... The post Broadband Tech Talk Friday appeared first on .…
 
The post Purdue’s Hurt: Pork Outlook Better for ’19 but Still Operating at a Loss on the HAT Tuesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
In this episode: Netflix raises prices on all streaming plans in US (1:52) Netflix's price hike will boost your bill as much as $2 a month Government shutdown: TLS certificates not renewed, many websites are down (3:30) Jeff Bezos, World’s Richest Person, Announces Divorce After 25 Years Of Marriage (4:30) Vanguard Announces The Passing Of Foun ...…
 
The post Braun Arrives in Washington Amidst Shutdown and Trade War on the HAT Monday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Teen birth rates in the United States have been on a steady decline, but there are still more than 200,000 babies born to teen mothers every year, including about 600 born in Maine.By pwight@mainepublic.org (Patty Wight).
 
Democratic Gov. Janet Mills has picked the executive director of Maine Farmland Trust to become the commissioner of the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.By smistler@mainepublic.org (Steve Mistler).
 
The National Weather Service is predicting a significant storm in Maine this weekend.By bcariddi@mpbn.net (Barbara Cariddi).
 
The Maine Republican Party is pressuring U.S. Sen. Susan Collins to approve President Donald Trump’s wall along the southern border, a request that’s at odds with the Republican Senator’s expressed desire to end the partial federal government shutdown first.By smistler@mainepublic.org (Steve Mistler).
 
46 people from 31 countries were sworn in as U.S. citizens at a ceremony in Portland Friday.By pwight@mainepublic.org (Patty Wight).
 
The post Indiana FSA Open Service Centers are Hopping Busy and Big Snow is on the Way on the HAT Friday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
This podcast features two separate conversations Andile Masuku had with senior executives working for the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB). Both exchanges yielded intriguing insight into the values, investment outlook and business MO of the world’s preeminent provider of sharia-compliant development finance. The first part of this episode featur ...…
 
President Trump recently promised farmers that he’ll open the southern border to make it easier to get much needed farm laborers into the United States. We have the details. California just released their yearly roundup of agricultural statistics. Which crops were the big winners? Which California counties are responsible for the most farm inco ...…
 
Nearly 200 inmates in the Maine State Prison system will soon have access to secure, digital tablet technology and limited texting. It's part of a new initiative at the Department of Corrections to enhance educational programming and prepare prisoners to reenter society.By ssharon@mainepublic.org (Susan Sharon).
 
Last year at this time, an index of real estate activity in Maine indicated that the market had risen to levels not seen since the Great Recession. This year, there are signs that things could cool off. Maine Public's Morning Edition host Irwin Gratz talks with the Maine Real Estate & Development Association 's new president, Gary Vogel, about ...…
 
Democratic Gov. Janet Mills is appointing former House Speaker Hannah Pingree to lead the governor's new Office of Innovation and the Future.By smistler@mainepublic.org (Steve Mistler).
 
The post FSA Offices Opening for 3 Days and Farmers Mum on Planting Intentions on the HAT Thursday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Freshman U.S. Rep. Jared Golden has been handed a prime assignment to serve on the House Armed Services Committee. Golden says he will use to the position to ensure that U.S. troops get the equipment and training they need.By mleary@mainepublic.org (Mal Leary).
 
Netflix’ first interactive show Black Mirror: Bandersnatch has made quite a splash. It has already attracted a lawsuit. How did the story work, what was the experience like, and can the approach be used elsewhere? In this episode of "T Time," Tracy Swedlow (Radio ITVT) and Colin Dixon (nScreenMedia) discuss Black Mirror: Bandersnatch with inter ...…
 
Happy New Year! After a festive break the boys are back with some more rambling nonsense! This week they discuss the Christmas period, the best and worst of 2018 as well as regular features Potterwatch, TTFFU and Joe's 2018 quiz. Check out the "Fantastic Beats..." mid-winter playlist on Spotify here: http://bit.ly/FanBeats For any questions, co ...…
 
The University of Southern Maine is moving forward with a plan to change its name in an effort to attract more students.By ctroutman@mainepublic.org (Caitlin Troutman).
 
An unusual ice formation has appeared in the Presumpscot River in Westbrook. It’s a giant, spinning ice disk about 100 yards across and moving counterclockwise.By nflaherty@mainepublic.org (Nora Flaherty).
 
The post INFB Young Farmers and Ranchers in NOLA and Ag Lenders Prepare for Tough 2019 on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
State transportation officials say that as the budget impasse continues in Washington, there is growing uncertainty around hundreds of millions of dollars in contracted projects that provide thousands of jobs in Maine.By mleary@mainepublic.org (Mal Leary).
 
This week we talk about Sputnik 1, satellite triangulation, and the Guugu Yimithirr. We also discuss the GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo constellations. I'm on tour: BecomingTour.com Become a patron on Patreon: patreon.com/letsknowthings For more information about this podcast and to view the show notes, visit letsknowthings.com You can find a lis ...…
 
According to the latest report from the U.S. Department of Education, Maine schools are in need of teachers in all kinds of subjects, from math and science to Spanish and special education. The state Department of Education has proposed loosening some of its certification requirements, which some school officials hope can address the shortage .…
 
The post Trump Addresses AFBF Convention and Another Tough Year Ahead for the Markets on the HAT Tuesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Maine winters can be long, cold and difficult for small businesses. But there’s one recreational pursuit that has been quietly — or loudly, as the case may be — putting money into some of the most remote tills in the state.By jmitchell@mainepublic.org (Jennifer Mitchell).
 
After missing their first paychecks on Friday, TSA employees are still working without pay at Maine’s airports.By nflaherty@mainepublic.org (Nora Flaherty).
 
In this Episode: Facebook knows how to track you using the dust on your camera lens (2:00) CES 2019: The 2020 Harley-Davidson Livewire is up for preorder, and it's pricey (4:32) Toyota is developing fighter-jet inspired safety features for cars and wants to share it (6:42) AT&T is lying to customers with 5G marketing (11:13) How AT&T predicted ...…
 
The post Farm Bureau Celebrates 100 Years and Productive 2018 on the HAT Monday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
South African Dylan Richts is Head of Partnerships at WeThinkCode, a Cape Town-headquartered non-profit organisation which works with public and private partners to "source and train world-class African digital talent" and provide students with a path to employment within the continent's tech and innovation ecosystem. Dylan formerly worked for ...…
 
Gov. Janet Mills is facing the daunting task of finding hundreds of Mainers to serve on various boards and commissions throughout state government.By mleary@mainepublic.org (Mal Leary).
 
The post No Deal With China Yet and President to Address AFBF Convention on the HAT Friday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Don’t believe all the negativity about this year’s water supply for California farmers. The Department of Water Resources has encouraging news about this year’s Sierra snowpack, water that will eventually find its way to Central Valley Project and State Water Project customers. We have the numbers. THere’s an ever so slight opening in the door ...…
 
This week we talk about selfies, the Daguerrotype, and smartphone cameras. We also discuss film, Kodak, and the perception of captured reality. I'm on tour: BecomingTour.com Become a patron on Patreon: patreon.com/letsknowthings For more information about this podcast and to view the show notes, visit letsknowthings.com You can find a list of t ...…
 
On this episode, we interview Rich Banta, founder and Chief Compliance Officer of Lifeline Data Centers. Rich leads the country in compliance and certifications and has been instrumental at driving innovation in the Data Center industry. His certifications include: CISSP (ISC²) Certified Information Systems Security Professional - April 2017 - ...…
 
In This Episode: Google wins U.S. approval for new radar-based motion sensor (2:36) Netflix pulls Hasan Minhaj episode critical of Saudi Arabia government (5:15) Netflix stops paying the ‘Apple tax’ on its $853M in annual iOS revenue (6:50) Bakkt scores $182.5M in funding to drive institutional and merchant adoption in crypto (10:02) Wielding R ...…
 
2019 begins with encouraging results of two agricultural studies. UC Davis researchers have been able to clone hybrid varieties of rice, which would be a major benefit to third world country farmers who can’t afford to buy fresh seed every year. And another study shows that a major pest of the honeybee population, the varroa mite, might be cont ...…
 
This week we talk about internet access milestones, the rural digital disadvantage, and the benefits of broadband access. We also discuss bandwidth issues in the US, internet non-users, and the mobile internet in Africa. I'm on tour: BecomingTour.com Become a patron on Patreon: patreon.com/letsknowthings For more information about this podcast ...…
 
In this Episode: Mashable's Best Tech of 2018 Sponsored By: Ten Rocket: Plan, build, and launch your app with speed and confidence. The ten rocket team works in ten day sprints - because building an app doesn't have to be frustrating. Prototype Prime: Prototype Prime is an incubator focused on early-stage hardware and software startups. We've g ...…
 
Leo's gaffes, Repeal, Brexit, Aras race and Housing
 
Away from Home meals are up. What does that mean for California Farmers’ income? We have the details. What are the Trump Administration’s strategies for increasing rural prosperity? We’ve got that info, too. Have you heard about the California Farm Demonstration Network? We’ll tell you all about it. When it comes to gophers versus drip irrigati ...…
 
After running for nearly two years, the Co-op Power Hour ends this month. On this show we look back on the show, and the Colorado Co-ops Study Circle, and look toward the future of the new co-op ecosystem in Colorado. Cooperatively co-hosted by Paul Bindel, Katie Falkenberg, Amy Lynn Herman, Caroline Savery, and Nathan Schneider.…
 
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