Best vfcc podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Derp Movies
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We talk about movies that are just pathetically acted, written, directed, or just down right stupid
 
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Call of Gaming
Monthly+
 
A Podcast about the latest and greatest in the gaming community.
 
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Call of Gaming
Monthly+
 
A Podcast about the latest and greatest in the gaming community.
 
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Dave's Room
Monthly
 
Dave's Room is an Weekly Talk show about God, Life and other stuff, a former student at VFCC hear what God is doing in His life, Hear where he's been and where he hopes to go, and what God is saying to him Now. Though the fire, comes gold. The pains in life the hurts comes the revivial. what is in Dave's room will suprise you. known to many as the "quiet one" No holds bared as he speaks freely the Word of God from Daves room.
 
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Jack and Jill
Weekly
 
We know it's not easy to keep up with what’s popular, what’s on its way out the door, and what’s been left in the dirt in the media but we’re here to make heads or tails of it and keep you up to date on what’s Trending, Trailing, and Dead in the world of media!
 
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Jack and Jill
Weekly
 
We know it's not easy to keep up with what’s popular, what’s on its way out the door, and what’s been left in the dirt in the media but we’re here to make heads or tails of it and keep you up to date on what’s Trending, Trailing, and Dead in the world of media!
 
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In this episode, Thomas continues his choose-your-own-adventure in which we discover how two well-meaning efforts to protect privacy on the Internet somehow left us with the "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. We also tackle the wackiest of wacky lawsuits, starring everyone's favorite Internet troll, Ann Coulter. First, though, Andrew assig ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas continues his choose-your-own-adventure in which we discover how two well-meaning efforts to protect privacy on the Internet somehow left us with the "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. We also tackle the wackiest of wacky lawsuits, starring everyone's favorite Internet troll, Ann Coulter. First, though, Andrew assig ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas continues his choose-your-own-adventure in which we discover how two well-meaning efforts to protect privacy on the Internet somehow left us with the "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. We also tackle the wackiest of wacky lawsuits, starring everyone's favorite Internet troll, Ann Coulter. First, though, Andrew assig ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas begins a choose-your-own-adventure in which two well-meaning trains collide, producing the so-called "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. How did this happen? First, though, Andrew revisits a very difficult TTTBE question (#18), and answers a question from long-standing friend of the show Eric Brewer about the differe ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas begins a choose-your-own-adventure in which two well-meaning trains collide, producing the so-called "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. How did this happen? First, though, Andrew revisits a very difficult TTTBE question (#18), and answers a question from long-standing friend of the show Eric Brewer about the differe ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas begins a choose-your-own-adventure in which two well-meaning trains collide, producing the so-called "Selling The Internet" Bill, S.J.R. 34. How did this happen? First, though, Andrew revisits a very difficult TTTBE question (#18), and answers a question from long-standing friend of the show Eric Brewer about the differe ...…
 
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Kelley Drye Full Spectrum
 
This episode is the second in our series devoted to covering noteworthy developments relating to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). This series covers decisions from the FCC and federal courts, as well as any TCPA-related activity on Capitol Hill. In this episode, partner Steve Augustino and associate Jennifer Wainwright start off by ...…
 
Matt Wood (@mattfwood) is Policy Director at Free Press. Matt helps shape Free Press’ efforts to protect the open internet, prevent media concentration, promote affordable broadband deployment and safeguard press freedom. He’s served as an expert witness before Congress on multiple occasions. Before joining Free Press, he worked at the public i ...…
 
The FCC has made nearly zero progress in its Congressionally mandated review and revision of media ownership rules for more than a decade. Instead the Commission has been dragging its feet for 13 years by failing to comply adequately to the ruling of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Prometheus v. FCC, which challenges […] The post Podcast ...…
 
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Oral Argument
 
Joe is at the airport for a special pre-roll segment. Then we say hello to Lisa Heinzerling, administrative law expert (5:23). After a substantive and goofy discussion of legislation and regulation courses (6:29), we discuss the development of what Lisa calls “the power canons” resulting from recent decisions of the Supreme Court (10:39). If yo ...…
 
It’s an extended news roundup with plenty of debate between me and Nuala O’Connor, the President and CEO of the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT). We debate whether and how CDT should pay more attention to Chinese technology abuses and examine the EU ministers’ long list of privacy measures to be rolled back and security measures to be ...…
 
High Tech Forum refrains from taking policy positions, but the FCC’s Open Internet Order was one issue on which Founder Richard Bennett simply couldn’t stay silent. Bennett filed an amicus brief questioning the technical foundation of the new Internet rules, which he says are “hopelessly out-of-touch with the way the Internet actually works tod ...…
 
Big week. Let’s just call this one our second annual Supreme Court round-up, where, naturally, we focus on only two cases: gay marriage and Obamacare II. It’s made awesome by our special guest, Steve Vladeck. This show’s links: Steve Vladeck’s faculty profile and writing Oral Argument 22: Nine Brains in a Vat (guest Dahlia Lithwick) Obergefell ...…
 
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Oral Argument
 
Christian finds himself among two telecommunications and IP experts, Joe and guest Aaron Perzanowski, to discuss the FCC’s recently issued regulations mandating some form of “net neutrality” on broadband internet providers. Will these regulations hold up? Why does your cable company want to provide you with “antivirus” software? What did we rec ...…
 
Last year’s cert denials in various same-sex marriage cases led to renewed discussion concerning the counterintuitive (to Christian, at least) notion but conventional wisdom that state courts are not bound to follow lower federal courts’ interpretations of federal law. While we discussed and debated this last fall, Amanda Frost was putting the ...…
 
When you think of giant cable companies, do you find yourself wishing they could be bigger? Do you even find yourself thinking of giant cable companies? Whether you do or do not, you might learn something from our discussion with James Speta, who attempts to shows us the middle way on the issues facing broadband internet. Vertical and horizonta ...…
 
This is the one about the internet, that which is neither truck nor tube. Christina Mulligan joins us to talk about our beloved cable companies, Netflix, network neutrality, regulation, monopolies, common carriers, sunken and ancient computers, and her super-secret new project (which Christian suggests could yield an excellent new conspiracy th ...…
 
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Smells Like Human Spirit | Dan Carlin | Noam Chomsky | Dave Zirin | Lee Camp | Sibel Edmonds | Rob Ford coverage
 
In the forty-five years since the “infant Internet uttered its first words“, its social, economic, and political impact has been undeniable. With no central authority or governance to dictate how we access and share information, we have come to see ourselves as being part of the so-called ‘Information Age.‘ Virtually every aspect of our lives h ...…
 
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The Drill Down
 
This week, the NSA cracks consumer encryption AND your smartphone data, Apple unveils two new iPhones, Sony's new Playstation Vita set-top box, the ultimate twerking fail, and more... What We're Playing With Andy: Cookie Clicker Dwayne & Tosin: Google Chromecast Headlines Yahoo!'s new logo Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet pr ...…
 
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U.S. Supreme Court 2012 Term Arguments
 
A case in which the Court found that the courts must apply the Chevron doctrine and defer to an agency's interpretation of its jurisdiction when that jurisdiction is called into question.
 
Last installment of the Gideon sermon series.
 
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Voice For Christ Church
 
The Power of the Holy Spirit in you.
 
"How would this country be different if there was community radio in every one of our towns." Brandy Doyle - Policy Director with the Prometheus Radio Project. The July 20, 2011 edition of Tell Somebody featured a conversation about The Prometheus Radio Project. With a successful decision in Prometheus v FCC, passage of LPFM legislation and num ...…
 
On July 7, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit overturned the Federal Communications Commission’s attempt to weaken its ownership rules and allow big media companies to buy up even more local outlets. On the July 12, 2011 edition of Tell Somebody, we talked to Josh Stearns, Program Director with Free Press, www.freepress.net & www.s ...…
 
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