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Best KYW Newsradio podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best KYW Newsradio podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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HearPHILLY Radio is a special station that takes you on an audio odyssey of Philadelphia and the surrounding region. We showcase the things that make Philly More Fun. HearPHILLY is devoted to things to do, what to see and where to eat when you're out and about in the Philadelphia area. (Listen online, and on your radio at WZMP-FM 96.5 HD-3!)
 
This is the podcast blog for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey (JCRC). The JCRC is the human relations and public policy arm of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey. More information is at jcrcsnj.org. The Federation's website is at jewishsouthjersey.org.
 
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Host and KYW Newsradio Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about the re-opening of businesses throughout the region. What will the new business protocols look like? Dr. Larry Caplin, CEO of DOCS Health (https://docs.health/) and healthcare logistics expert, joins Sharon Dietrich, an attorney with Community Legal Servi…
 
Doctors are seeing an illness in kids that appears to be related to coronavirus. It's called Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, or MIS-C. The CDC has issued a health advisory for MIS-C and now has a dedicated team investigating it. But there's still a lot of information that doctors don't know about it. Dr. Audrey John, the Chief of the…
 
More than two million Americans newly filed for unemployment benefits last week, a staggering number on its own but just a percentage of the now more than 40 million people who have filed for unemployment since the start of the corohnavirus pandemic. Every Friday we ask David Fiorenza, Assistant Professor of Practice at the Villanova School of Busi…
 
We've been taking a look at the idea of using human challenge trials, intentionally infecting volunteers in a controlled study, to speed up development of a vaccine for the coronavirus. In Part 1, we talked to the Rutgers Bioethicist who co-authored a paper advocating for the use of challenge trials for a coronavirus vaccine. In Part 2, we talked w…
 
Human challenge trials are studies where people volunteer to be infected with a pathogen, like the coronavirus, hoping to speed up the development of a vaccine. In Part 1 of our series on human challenge trials, we talked to a Rutgers University bioethicist, Dr. Nir Eyal, who coauthored an article in the Journal of Infectious Diseases advocating fo…
 
One of the side effects of shutting society down for months is that a lot of prominent companies have declared bankruptcy, and more are likely on the verge. So what does that mean for the company, and what does it mean for the employee who's reading the financial section on their phone and suddenly finds out their company declared bankruptcy? Bruce…
 
For a lot of us, a solid eight hours of sleep per night was tough to get even before the coronavirus pandemic. Now there’s even more added stress and anxiety, coupled with changes to our usual routines, that could be doing a number on our sleep. Dr. Philip Gehrman, Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the…
 
We've seen a lot of our favorite restaurants have to make some serious adjustments during the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, not all of them are coming back, and for the rest of them, the dining experience of 2022 will probably look different in many ways from 2019. Dr. Ceridwyn King, Associate Professor & Chairperson of the Department of Tou…
 
One of the industries that has gotten hammered by the restrictions put in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic is auto sales. Car dealers are starting to open up more parts of their business now, and we wanted to know what the last couple months have looked like for them, and what's next. We asked Maria Pacifico, President of the Pacifico Auto G…
 
More incoming college freshmen are considering taking a year off because of COVID-19. But is that wise? Sara Harberson, founder of Application Nation joins KYW In Depth to talk about the pros and cons of using the coronavirus pandemic to take a year off before college and why colleges might accept one gap year request but turn down another.…
 
Things are starting to open up and a lot of people can see the light at the end of the tunnel for when they can return to work, but what do you do if you need to work but your childcare provider isn't open yet? What if your old daycare has been forced to shutter its doors for good? Dr. Blythe Rosikiewicz, Assistant Professor of Management in West C…
 
Host and KYW Newsradio Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about the Mayor's proposed budget for Philadelphia. Sharon Pinkenson, executive director for the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, joins Controller Rebecca Rhynhart and Danny Simmons of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation. The newsmaker of the week is a Pennsyl…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of changes to American society. People are out of work, a lot of families are experiencing financial hardships, and in general right now most people are staying pretty close to home. We wondered if, because of these reasons and more, COVID-19 has made community college a more attractive or valuable option …
 
Memorial Day weekend kicks off with even more dire economic news as another 2.4 million Americans filed for unemployment last week. David Fiorenza, Assistant Professor of Practice at the Villanova School of Business joins KYW In Depth to talk about the business of summer at the Jersey Shore, if recreational marijuana could fill empty state coffers,…
 
Cities are bustling, densely populated places packed with people and businesses paying a premium for housing and office space to be in the center of everyone and everything. And if you visit a city right now, you can actually "see" the results of the coronavirus pandemic. Philadelphia just looks very wrong without people everywhere, like someone hi…
 
Work meetings, classrooms, and even happy hours are all virtual these days due to coronavirus restrictions. And maybe you've notice that video chat meetings are way more tiring than in-person ones. So why is that, and what can you do to keep from getting burnt out? Dr. John Medaglia, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neurology at Drexel Univers…
 
KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram spoke with Phillies ace Aaron Nola about how he's been staying ready for baseball and what he thinks possibly playing in front of no fans will be like. They also talked about Cheers Pa., a virtual fundraiser Nola and Yuengling are holding that benefits hospitality workers, bartenders and wait staff in Pennsylvania.…
 
Memorial Day weekend 2020 is going to be anything but routine for Americans still under social distancing guidelines because of the coronavirus pandemic. Around here, Philadelphia officials are telling people not to go to the beach. Barbecues and cook outs are being scaled down at the very least, and instead of having the whole family over most peo…
 
The insurance industry has been turned upside down by COVID-19. We wanted to learn more about how insurance companies are weathering the pandemic and the health of the industry as a whole, so we spoke to Michael and Ryan Tocicki. They are the cofounders of PREMIER Insurance Services, and they join KYW In Depth to talk about what they're dealing wit…
 
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange has been closed for a couple of months as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but it's set to partially reopen on Tuesday, May 26. As the Exchange opens its doors again, there are protocols that brokers need to follow -- and one of the protocols that stuck out to us is that people are not allowed t…
 
Drive-in movie theatres had their heyday decades ago. But there are still a handful of them around the country, including one in New Jersey. And New Jersey’s only drive-in theatre now has the green light for business to start back up again as the state tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Jude DeLeonardis, co-owner of the Delsea Drive-In…
 
Just about every aspect of everyday life has changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes going to see your doctor. Instead of asking patients to make the trip and sit in the waiting room, more and more doctors are using telemedicine to see and treat their patients. Dr. Erev Tubb, medical oncologist and the medical director of…
 
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