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KSRE / College of Agriculture Podcast - K-State Research and Extension: Agriculture Today
 
K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examine agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Hosted by Eric Atkinson
 
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SportsBeat KC
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A sports podcast by the Kansas City Star's sports writers and columnists, including in-depth commentary and analysis on the Royals, Chiefs, Sporting KC, FC Kansas City, KU, MU and K-State, Big 12 and the SEC.
 
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Wildcat Podcast
Weekly
 
With more than 45 combined years on the K-State Sports Network, Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber provide a weekly in-depth look at all things K-State Sports.
 
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Powercat Podcast
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The free weekly podcast from GoPowercat.com and Powercat Illustrated's new website, PowercatMagazine.com, hosted by publisher Tim Fitzgerald, who has been covering Kansas State athletics for more than 25 years. The GPC staff takes questions from its subscribers and then provides answer with a mix of analysis, insight and sometimes humor.
 
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Perspective.
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Perspective is a weekly public affairs program hosted by Richard Baker, communications professor at Kansas State University. Perspective has been continuously produced for radio stations across the nation by K-State for well over six decades. The program has included interviews with dignitaries, authors and thought leaders from around the world. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas ...
 
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The Salute
Monthly
 
A K-State Fan Podcast
 
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Bring On The Podcast
Monthly+
 
Editors and writers of Bring On The Cats — SB Nation's Kansas State Wildcats blog — talk with guests about K-State sports.
 
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Purple Goes Green
Daily+
 
Join us as Kansas State University and the greater Manhattan community go green!
 
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Sermons - Midwest Fellowship
Weekly
 
Sermons from Midwest Fellowship - greater Kansas City metro area.
 
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Agriculture Today - from Kansas State
 
Podcast by A K-State Research and Extension program
 
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Strictly State Podcast
Weekly
 
Curtis Kitchen (610 Sports Radio) and Jeff Burkhart (1350 KMAN) team up each and every week to cover all of the happenings around college football, the Big 12, and everything Kansas State
 
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The Salute
Daily+
 
A K-State Fan Site
 
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Dennis and Cowlishaw (DAC)
Daily
 
Tim Cowlishaw is the lead columnist in Dallas Ft Worth for SportsDay in the Dallas Morning News, where he has been since 1989. In that time he has covered the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Stars on a daily basis and the other local teams the Texas Rangers and Dallas Mavericks, Texas Motor Speedway and the PGA events extensively.Steve Dennis knew he wanted to be a Sports Broadcaster ever since he was 14 years old.Now 33 years later, Steve has done it all, including 17 years at KTVT Ch 11/KTXA Ch ...
 
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College Podcast
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Members of the Capital-Journal sports staff offer occasionally civilized discussion of KU and K-State sports.
 
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Tom Van Hoy
Weekly+
 
Sports Updates for KC Royals, SL Cardinals, Kansas Jayhawks, K-State Wildcats, Pitt State Gorillas, TeamKong, Clemson Tigers
 
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Sound Living - Kansas State University
 
Sound Living is a weekly public affairs program addressing issues related to families and consumers. It is hosted by Jeff Wichman and produced by K-State Research and Extension
 
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Dennis & Friedo
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Steve Dennis knew he wanted to be a Sports Broadcaster ever since he was 14 years old. Now 33 years later, Steve has done it all, including 17 years at KTVT Ch 11/KTXA Ch 21 as a reporter and anchor. Working “inside the walls” of Valley Ranch on Dallas Cowboys TV and Internet projects as well extensive radio experience on 103.3 FM ESPN. He’s gone from Joplin, Mo to Altus, OK, Kansas, K State and even had a stint in Wichita KS calling Wranglers and Wings games. And this is his second stint on ...
 
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Can the Wildcats pull out a win against the top Big 12 team? It helps that K-State is at home, but Oklahoma has been unstoppable on the road so far this year.By Sports Daily.
 
An official with the World Wildlife Fund believes that if nothing is done differently we will need to produce as much food as we do today to meet the increased demand by 2050. He says food production has always been the biggest human impact on the planet, but going forward with more people, more per capita income, and increased per capita consu ...…
 
Dewey gets Thursday WASDE Report market reactions from Water Street Solutions ... Susan talks with Dr. Brian Briggeman on Macroeconomics from the K-State sessions yesterday ... We find our more about the observance of October Pork month with Chad
 
The voice of K-State football, Wyatt Thompson joins Sports Daily to talk about K-State’s loss to Texas and their upcoming game against TCU. K-State’s starting QB Jesse Ertz may start against TCU if he’s healthy enough.By Sports Daily.
 
According to numbers compiled by the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, women on college campuses between the ages of 18 and 24 are at an elevated risk of sexual violence. In fact, the organization says they are at three times the risk of women in general, and non-college women of the same age are at four times the risk of women in genera ...…
 
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K-StateOnline Show
 
K-State@Texas A Diary from Manhattan.
 
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Outside The SEC w/ LT
 
LT and Harry discuss West Va/TCU, K State/Texas, and Stanford/Utah. Utah is an enigma. Has Kenny Hill redeemed himself? And would you rather ride in a canoe with Mark Dantonio or Jim Harbaugh? www.LancesLock.com
 
K-State Weed Scientist Phil Stahlman, talks about a recent successful EPA tour of western Kansas farms ... Prof. of Ag History David Vail discusses his work at UNK ... Syngenta Agronomy's Travis Gustafson talks about testing now for SCN
 
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Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association
 
Wyatt Bechtel had an outstanding high school career, finishing as a 2X State Runner-up for Eureka. After graduating from K-State he has made a career in agriculture journalism. Wyatt has served as the ranker for 321A for the past several years, for his efforts he has been named KWCA Contributor of the Year.…
 
Think of all the numbers we confront every day … and how many of them we accept without even thinking. That is just one of many factors that caused an expert to consider the proper relationships between science, numeracy and representations. However, most of us never think about those proper relationships, much less any regular relationships. T ...…
 
Breaking down Vanderbilt's game against No. 18 Kansas State with K-State beat writer Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle and Kansas City Star as well as Commodores' running back Khari Blasingame.
 
According to the Vera Institute of Justice, most of us think skipping school, violating curfew, and even running away is just normal adolescent acting out. But far too many, in fact thousands of kids a year – some as young as 11 – find themselves in court and jail for those misbehaviors. A new report by the Vera Institute of Justice says someti ...…
 
For over four years, the Institute for the Health and Security of Military Families at Kansas State University has worked to address the health and resilience of military personnel, veterans and their families. The Institute is home to a group of scientists from diverse programs across the university. On this week’s Perspective program, a look ...…
 
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Wisconsin Badgers Sports Network
 
Wisconsin Volleyball vs Arkansas at the K State Invitational
 
In many of this nation’s schools, teachers work had to prepare students for tests … standardized tests that will query them over a narrow set of academic subjects. That effort concerns one professor and author who thinks public education needs to not only transmit knowledge, but also prepare its students to utilize that knowledge in their role ...…
 
Putting together the Constitution of the United States was not exactly what many of us would like to think of as unique and extraordinary. In writing the Constitution, the framers were trying to do a couple of things: fix the Articles of Confederation, which was a lack of federal power, specifically to raise adequate taxes, and they wanted to d ...…
 
Ag News: Two K-State Agronomy professors received awards last weekGuests: Brian Brown, Central City farmer and Morgan Wrich, program director at NCGA discuss efforts to start a Merrick Co. Chapter ... Bob Jensen of the Huskerland Prep Report gives all-class insights into the upcoming football season ... UNL "Roads Scholar Tour" with Xin Qiao on ...…
 
Machines … robots … are most assuredly taking over jobs, not only in the United States, but worldwide. A recent study says that over the course of the next 20 years, technological advances have a high probability of displacing as many as 80 million jobs in the U.S. – or 47 percent of the workforce. A professor of business administration says we ...…
 
Episode 004 - Steven Smethers: Associate Professor of Journalism at KState by Healthy Communities Laboratory
 
The concern over antibiotic usage in animal production has increased as consumers are asking for more and more information. They want to know where the meat that goes on their table originated, and they want to know how the animal that produced that steak or chop was raised. On this week’s Perspective program, a look at the controversy over ant ...…
 
Jeff & Matthew converse about college football, and if K-State has what it takes to make a big jump in the Big 12.By Just Sayin' with Jeff and Jamin.
 
The U.S. space program seems, at times, to be a shadow of its former self. It is almost as if the effort to reach beyond our grasp no longer excites us. The idea that the distances are so vast and the dollars needed are so many that cutbacks in our efforts are inevitable. On this week’s Perspective program a look at an expanding universe and so ...…
 
20170713 Dana and Parks Hour 2 Mixtape Showdown Scott and Dana play mixtape showdown a game naming the best songs for different scenarios Kansas States Scott Frantz tells ESPN he is gay Bill Snyder says it s no big deal The room fell silent when Kansas State offensive lineman Scott Frantz told his teammates he was gay But only for a moment Once ...…
 
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Fit Dad Fitness Podcast
 
If you follow college football, you might have heard about K-State Coach Bill Snyder’s 16 Goals for Success. If you haven’t, read up on them. I guarantee they’ll be every bit as relevant to your life as they are on the football field. When it comes to your health and fitness, success is not about winning and losing like it is in sports. Success ...…
 
The price of a college degree continues to rise, and along with it, the concern about that degree’s value. One professor and author feels the value of a college education has little to do with the name at the top of one’s diploma. Instead, the real value comes from the student’s interaction with professors. And that can be a problem because rig ...…
 
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Agriculture Today - from Kansas State
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation.00:00:10 - FARM ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS: The executive director of the Kansas Farm Management Association at K- ...…
 
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Agriculture Today - from Kansas State
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation.June 27, 2017, episode:00:00:09 - ANIMAL DISEASE TRACEABILITY: From the veterinary services division of the ...…
 
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Sound Living - Kansas State University
 
The U.S. Department of Energy reports the typical American family spends at least $2,000 a year on utility bills. K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss says replacing a manual or programmable thermostat with a “smart” thermostat is just one of the steps we can take to reduce energy costs – without s ...…
 
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Agriculture Today - from Kansas State
 
Agriculture Today for June 26, 2017Host: Eric Atkinson00:00:09 - Beef Sales to China: Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University offers his insight on the current downturn in the cattle market, with prices sharply lower for the second week in a row....he also comments on the realities of renewed U.S. beef export business with ...…
 
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Agriculture Today - from Kansas State
 
00:00:12 - Grain Basis Improvement: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien talks about the recent improvement in U.S. wheat export business and favorable changes in grain basis levels at local Kansas delivery points of late, during his weekly segment on the grain market trends00:11:28 - Safety Net Choices: K-State farm management economist ...…
 
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