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Erratic Dialogues

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Erratic Dialogues

Gabriella Edelstein and Claudette Palomares

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Erratic Dialogues is a monthly broadcast in which the hosts, Claudette Palomares and Gabriella Edelstein, discuss happenings in the world of art, theatre and film, as well as literature in all its variety. A concoction of repartee and arts criticism, these conversations combine the craft of cultural deconstruction over a cup of coffee. This podcast is part of an experiment of how the arts are discussed online and is coupled with essays on erraticdialogues.com. The blog and accompanying dialo ...
 
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New Security Broadcast

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Environmental Change and Security Program

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Tune in to our podcast to hear expert speakers on the links between global environmental change, security, development, and health. The Environmental Change and Security Program is a part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in the District of Columbia. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs ...
 
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Radio Salaam Shalom Podcasts

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RADIO SALAAM SHALOM "Muslims and Jews Talking Together"

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Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
This show is an ongoing discussion of art and ideas. We talk about the invisible elements of art that make it powerful and relevant: how artwork connects many publics, inspires cooperation and collaboration, and is created through conversation. We talk about new views on local, national, and international art where it intersects with the social. How can we add new voices to the conversation about art? What makes art useful today and how do we, as individuals, find meaning in it? Co-hosted fr ...
 
Vault 97 is a fan podcast set in Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic, atom-age inspired universe of Fallout. The eponymous Vault 97 is a large, underground complex with two interesting details: the first is that it is a fully featured music studio and radio broadcast centre with the latest technology, and two, it has been filled with musicians, personalities and any other remaining ex-pats and civilians from Great Britain (along with those that could fake a convincing enough accent to get in). Susan ...
 
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On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast we welcome Julie Adam, Head of News & Entertainment at Rogers Sports & Media, and first-time author to talk about her new book, Imperfectly Kind: Why Kindness Is The Must-Have Superpower You Need To Lead. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art1…
 
On our year-end podcast, we usually focus on the newsmakers in the broadcast, podcast, tech and streaming space...but this year Broadcast Dialogue and our parent company, Momentum Media Marketing, are closing the year with a huge internal move as James Wallace, the digital strategist who has been the backbone of the company for the last 12 years, r…
 
A lot of you listening love to have a love-hate relationship with Twitter, but 2021 was a big year for the social platform and its Canadian operation. Twitter Canada substantially scaled up at its Toronto office with the app also rolling out an ambitious series of product updates ranging from newsletters to social audio, safety features, and a subs…
 
Hilary Brown knew she wanted to be a foreign correspondent when there were no women on the job. She ended up becoming the first female foreign correspondent for ABC News, reporting from trouble-spots around the globe from the early 1970s onward for more than 35 years, filing from every continent except Antarctica. From Vietnam - where she was one o…
 
Q101 (CKMQ-FM) Merritt is a small Pattison Media-owned station in B.C.'s Nicola Valley. With a staff of just three, the radio station is the only broadcast media outlet located in the community that was evacuated Nov. 15 after torrential rain that triggered flooding and mudslides in the region. Those evacuations included Q101 which is continuing to…
 
The impacts of COVID-19 have shown policymakers that we need to invest in infrastructure and shore up existing systems to ensure that they can withstand changing conditions over time, says Alice Hill, former special assistant to President Barack Obama and current senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Resilience, in this week’s New Security Broadc…
 
South Asian broadcasting trailblazer Shushma Datt will be recognized at the upcoming Jack Webster Foundation Awards with the 2021 Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award, which honours an exemplary B.C. journalism career. Datt, who faced significant racism from mainstream media, persevered and started her own 24-hour South Asian radio station on…
 
Women in Film and Television - Canada Coalition (WIFT-CC) in conjunction with Reel Families for Change, has released the results of its Family Care Report—a cross-Canada survey highlighting how the pandemic has compounded child care challenges for women in film. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we welcome Reel Families' Heather …
 
Like a lot of legacy publications, The Canadian Jewish News has had its ups and downs in the new digital reality, even facing closure at one point. But the pandemic has spurred a digital-first rebirth of the publication that includes a revamped podcast network focused on telling uniquely Jewish Canadian stories. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogu…
 
After parting ways with Sportsnet Radio earlier this year, this was supposed to be the summer of Dave Cadeau...but the Hamilton Tiger Cats had other ideas. Cadeau, the former Director of Programming for Sports Radio at Rogers Sports & Media, has been recruited as the Executive Producer of the new Ti-Cats Audio Network - an in-house content machine …
 
Dielectric has changed how FM broadcast antenna manufactures validate directional pattern studies for new FM broadcast antennas. The company's groundbreaking research has resulted in the recent FCC filing of a Petition for Rulemaking, written with leading broadcast consultancy, Merrill Weiss Group, and expected to be approved this fall. The new rul…
 
On Sept. 30th, the 7th annual International Podcast Day will celebrate the medium, but this year - instead of hosting a round-the-clock livestream featuring hundreds of podcasters from around the globe, the event's founders are turning the day back over to the podcast community. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Intern…
 
“When we started out, people thought it was weird. ‘Why are you integrating people and animals and why are you integrating human health and animal health?’” says Kalema-Zikusoka, founder of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), in this week’s New Security Broadcast. Indeed, health infrastructure and conservation have long been organized around…
 
In the three-channel universe most Canadian kids in the 1970s grew up in, Hilarious House of Frightenstein was a weekend morning staple. From its wacky pacing to the lyrical monologues of legend Vincent Price, and memorable characters like The Count, Igor, and Grizelda The Ghastly Gourmet, the CHCH Hamilton series - shot over just nine months in 19…
 
“To inform the most pressing issues of our time, to bring new voices to the policy space, and to help our audience better understand these complex connections and where we can be most effective in our responses, we bring you the New Security Broadcast,” says Lauren Risi, Director of the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program (ECS…
 
NAB Show, the largest media and entertainment industry convention in the world, is one of the first large-scale events to return in-person, Oct. 9-13 in Las Vegas. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Chris Brown, the National Association of Broadcasters' Vice President and Managing Director of Global Connections and Even…
 
“Many people have watched fights between communities and big corporations around the world. The corporations usually win so those are the Goliath. The Davids usually lose,” says John Cavanagh, co-author of The Water Defenders: How Ordinary People Saved a Country from Corporate Greed. In this week’s episode of Friday Podcasts, Cavanagh and co-author…
 
In this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, NewTek Sales Engineer Chris Burgos talks about IP Video Technology and how it provides every storyteller a voice through video. Burgos also touches on what’s happening in live production, what the future looks like, and how you can find out how to evolve your workflows and improve the q…
 
Wayne Harrett, who founded Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia community radio station Seaside FM in 2002, lost a lengthy battle with cancer earlier this month. This episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast is for anyone who has been told they don't have a voice for or a future in radio, because Harrett didn't let that stop him from starting and growin…
 
You'd be hard pressed to find two more recognizable Canadian rock radio personalities than Brother Jake Edwards and Gerry Forbes. Both 2019 inductees into the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame, Dean Blundell has now brought the mega duo together under the banner of his podcast network where they aim to revive the edgy style they built their …
 
BANFF World Media Festival's Spark Accelerator for Women in the Business of Media recently released a whitepaper looking at how the past 18 months have impacted the media sector, tapping the expertise of more than 50 experts and executives, to identify new opportunities for the screen-based industries in a time of accelerated change. On this episod…
 
When the team behind independent documentary The New Corporation went to market the film last year, they were rejected by Twitter for promotion on the platform for quote "political," "sensitive" and "inappropriate" content. The film's co-director, writer and producer happens to be UBC law professor Joel Bakan, who is now taking Twitter and the Cana…
 
By day, Randy Jacobs is a veteran producer and voiceover talent at Corus Radio in Vancouver. In Jacob's off hours, his alter ego RC Weslowski is an award-winning slam poetry champion, spoken word artist and community arts organizer. We welcome him to this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about his love for all things spoken word …
 
Too often, many in my community are excluded from sexual and reproductive health services, said Ruth Morgan Thomas, co-founder and Global Coordinator of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects, in today’s episode of Friday Podcasts. This episode features highlights from a recent Wilson Center and UNFPA event where Thomas and Zandile Simelane, an HI…
 
“The world is still feeling the full brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic which most likely had its origins in a wild animal,” says John Scanlon AO, Former Secretary-General of CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) and Chair of the Global Initiative to End Wildlife Crime, in this week’s Friday Podcast…
 
The decision to have a child usually requires a feeling of stability and confidence in the future, says Natascha Braumann, Director of Global Government and Public Affairs for Fertility at EMD Serono, on this week’s episode of Friday Podcasts. But with COVID-19, especially in the first months of the pandemic, there was no feeling of stability. “No …
 
Kelly&Kelly is one of the best known Canadian creative content studios you've probably never heard of. Specializing in comedy, its Vancouver-based team has worked behind-the-scenes on podcasts and other projects with names like Celeste Barber, Anna Faris, and Rainn Wilson, in addition to The New York Times, CBC and Al Jazeera. On this episode of Br…
 
On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Brian Olson, Vizrt's Sales Director, U.S. Group Stations, about visual storytelling in the remote production age. Vizrt offers software-based solutions for real-time 3D graphics, video playout, studio automation, sports analysis, media asset management, and journalis…
 
Indigenous Day Live is one of APTN's flagship broadcasts. This year, the challenges of staging the event while much of the country was in lockdown has resulted in a multi-city remote production spanning stages in Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal and Dartmouth, N.S., featuring performers from icon Buffy Saint-Marie to Kitimat hip hop artists Sno…
 
Pre-Covid, Manitoba's film and television industry was booming. Ian Dimerman of Inferno Pictures is hoping to get some of that momentum back with the opening of Big Sky Studios later this year - a full service production hub located on a nine-acre property that was formerly the headquarters of disgraced fashion mogul Peter Nygard. Dimerman, who is …
 
California-based intellectual property broker and producer Storied Media Group (SMG) recently turned its eye north of the border, signing Canadaland as a client. With over 150 projects sold since 2013, SMG specializes in curating stories based on original journalism, podcasts and video games - from publishers like the Washington Post, NPR and the N…
 
Bodily autonomy is something almost innate in us, and yet also a Eureka moment for many people, says Dr. Nahid Toubia, Director for the Institute of Reproductive Health and Rights in Sudan on this week’s episode of Friday Podcasts. “Every human being really has the right to own their body, to own their decisions, to own their choices regarding thei…
 
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, our publisher Shawn Smith talks with Susie Hedrick, CEO of vCreative, one of the industry’s leading broadcast workflow software providers. Hedrick talks about the recent evolution of the company, their new offering for television workflow, and about being the right solution at the right time duri…
 
With the pandemic accelerating remote production, Shawn Snider, Ross Video's Vice-President of Production Workflow and Cloud Services, is our guest on this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast. Snider speaks with Stuart Russell on the advantages of cloud-based solutions, the future of the live production industry, and challenges to…
 
Dean Blundell and Matt Cundill are merging. The two veteran broadcasters' respective podcasting ventures, DeanBlundell.com and the Sound Off Podcast Network, are sharing resources moving forward on analytics, marketing and monetization, to help independent content creators and collaborators like Darrin Pfeiffer of Goldfinger, MuchMusic icon Erica E…
 
Overstory Media Group (OMG) launched this week, a new independent digital news publisher that has its eye on expanding its network of community-based e-newsletters nationally. Behind Victoria-based OMG is Farhan Mohamed, former Editor-in-Chief and co-owner of the Daily Hive, and tech entrepreneur Andrew Wilkinson who founded Victoria's Capital Dail…
 
It's like Andrew Cash's whole life has led up to his new role as the president of the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA). With roots in the Toronto punk scene before going on to a successful solo career and eventually getting elected as the Member of Parliament for Toronto Davenport, Cash has long been an advocate not just for independen…
 
Those working in broadcasting, advertising and marketing already have high levels of stress, so for many - COVID-19 restrictions, thousands of subsequent job losses, and juggling work from home with child care compounded existing day-to-day challenges. As Louise Berube puts it - there are two pandemics underway - one is COVID-19, the other is menta…
 
Los Angeles-based voiceover artist Jeff Rechner had a career in Canadian radio before moving stateside and carving out a niche for himself voicing everything from commercials and cartoons to acting as the show announcer for upcoming NBC game show "Small Fortune." He's our guest on Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast talking about the evolution of his …
 
The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) annually recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding lifetime contribution to journalism in Canada. This year's honouree is Dan David. Hailing from Kanehsatà:ke, among other achievements, David was the founding news director of APTN, has worked across the country with CBC Radio and Television, and h…
 
NewMusicNation is the brainchild of Steven Kerzner and his alter ego, MuchMusic and cable tv icon Ed the Sock. Kerzner has embarked on a crowdfunding campaign to launch an online music channel that would capture the spirit of MuchMusic in its heyday, with a focus on new Canadian talent. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, both Kerz…
 
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Daniel Cruz, co-founder and CFO of Vancouver-based Liquid Media Group about the convergence of all things digital entertainment and why he believes all facets of the industry need to embrace technology to avoid the Blockbuster Video effect. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priva…
 
On this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, presented by Audio Broadcast Canada, Inovonics Broadcast President and CEO Ben Barber joins David Rusch to discuss new technologies in remote station monitoring systems. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sel…
 
One of the first DJs in North America to spin The Beatles, Dick Williams - who is now 81 - returned to the airwaves of London's 980 CFPL last month with a new show that harkens back to the heyday of AM radio. Dick Williams' Solid Gold Rock and Roll is airing Saturdays and Sundays on the Global News Radio station - a weekend break from format - that…
 
“The more the United States can get itself back on track, the better position it is in to exercise climate leadership,” says Sue Biniaz, a member of Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s team, in today’s Friday Podcast. Biniaz spoke about the Biden-Harris administration’s international climate policy at a recent Wilson Center event on…
 
RFHawkeye from Dielectric is a unique and revolutionary product to measure on-line/in operation, the degradation of transmission lines and moreover detect sparks/arcs. David Rusch interviews Dielectric Electrical Engineer Dan Glavin for Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice a…
 
Lauren Hunter of Edmonton's SONiC 102.9 is the winner of this year's Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of the Year Award, an honour annually presented during Canadian Music Week in memory of radio programmer Steve Young. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to the Young Broadcaster of the Year about finding creative inspiration…
 
“I've been quite impressed by the wide diversity and complexity of young women's and men's engagement for peacebuilding and development often while confronting seemingly insurmountable challenges,” says Marisa O. Ensor, Adjunct Professor in the Justice and Peace Studies Program at Georgetown University, in this week’s Friday Podcast. In her new edi…
 
One of the phenomenons of the pandemic has been the rise of TikTok. The short form video app is now being used by 15% of Canadian social networkers according to the latest Media Technology Monitor (MTM) data. Shannon Burns, evening host at Toronto's CHUM 104.5 and iHeartRadio Nights on Virgin Radio stations across the country is one of the creators…
 
“It's more than just clinical care. It's cultural. It's connection to country. It's connection to land. It's all of those things that are important to the woman and family, kinship, babies,” says Mel Briggs, a First Nations midwife in Australia, speaking about the importance of Aboriginal midwifery in this week’s Friday Podcast. Like her great-gran…
 
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