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Mike Marcellin, senior vice president of NetApp, talks about the work that US Ignite is doing in 31 communities across the country to encourage development of next-generation broadband networks and applications that run on them. The nonprofit is working in the areas of manufacturing, education, energy, healthcare and others and collaborating with developers who are creating innovative applications that need high-speed broadband networks to run effectively and efficiently.
Hey what's up? This is our first show! Whoop Whoop! 1st let me intro myself~ My Name is Mrs. K.....HEEYYYY! So this is how our shows will flow; we will play a song in the beginning of the show and this will actually be the layout of the show! So basically whatever the song is about, that’s what we will be talking about. Yaaa Now you get it! You will get the opportunity to talk to me and I will answer all your questions, about anything….Sex, Relationships, Love, Sex Toys, yes I said sex toys and much more! This show is for women and about women. Go easy on us, after all this is our 1st show lol. We want this to be 30 out of your day to just sit back and chill and listen in on great topics! We can’t wait to talk to you and vice versa. See you on the show!
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown will talk about the top 21 social media platforms and apps for 2015. Join us.
David P introduces to his audience what they can expect to hear from What Matters to Us Radio. Gives his thoughts on the plight of the black community and explains how this show will deliver quality dialogue to help with the day the day challenges in the black community.
Deborah Chaddock Brown and Candace Benson discuss the latest in social media trends for small business owners.
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A big majority of the hundreds of citywide and partial-reach broadband networks are celebrated successes by their stakeholders, businesses and residential subscribers, disproving critics who wrongly claim all public-owned networks are failures. Interviews live from the Kansas City Gigabit Summit reveal what it means to have a winning community broadband network.
Delegates from eight of the communities sharing their success stories with Summit attendees join us to give listeners insights to setting and meeting broadband goals. It is important to understand that, unlike private service providers, "return on investment" (ROI) is very different for communities focused on using broadband to improve economic development, transform healthcare delivery and otherwise serve the public good.
Guests, including those representing Winthrop, MN, Chattanooga and Jackson, TN, Monmouth, OR and Salisbury, NC, also discuss how they funded their networks, and offer advice for meeting the money challenge as opportunities and financing options evolve. One of the several strengths public entities have over private companies is the ability to repay debt over 20 or 25 years rather than being driven to meet stockholder needs for quick returns.
The Gigabit Summit is a national gathering of cities with broadband networks that are educating, helping and encouraging cities just beginning their broadband journeys. Kansas City, Kansas and Missouri are the proud hosts and gigabit showcase cities kicking off 2015 with the first big broadband educational conference of the year.
Today Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown will discuss the impending demise of Google+
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