• 00:39

    Intercessions for our Cities and the Call of God for Our Lives

    in Prayer

    We stand in the gap for cities and ask God for revivial and peace for our cities.

  • 00:35

    Is Dr Malachi York being Tortured by the Prison & the 3 Black Cities he Created

    in News

    3 CITIES CREATED BY DR MALACHI YORK This segment will discuss the 3 successful and flourishing cities created by Dr York

    Bushwick Brooklyn, Upstate NY, and Eatonton GA

    IS THE BOP TORTURING DR YORK? This segment will discuss Dr York's health and medical treatment or lack their of in the BOP
    IS DR YORK AN AMERICAN CITIZEN? This segment will discuss Dr York’s diplomatic status
    COURT HELD ON MARTIN LUTHER KINGS HOLIDAY: During the Trial against Dr York, court was held on MLK's birthday.. was this legal? 

    For more info or to find out how you can help please log on to: WWW.FREEDRYORK.COM

    or Email us at: Helpfreedryork@gmail.com

    or Follow us on Twitter or IG: @FreeDrYork



    2. PLEASE TUNE IN ONLINE HERE AT THIS LINK: http://www.freedryork.com/help-free-dr-york-radio.html



  • 00:03

    Summer Job Applications for Youth in 200 Cities

    in Youth

    We are excited about the opportunities presented to the youth across America. Not everyone can be selected, but everyone should apply because you may be the one we are looking for this summer.

    Tune in and find out how your young person can make $500+ this summer and have that income carry over throughout the next school year.

    We help young people earn money. Starting with middle school youth can apply for a summer program in their city.

    Jobs include:

    Games Specialist

    Social Media Specialist

    Student Leadership

    Business Specialist

    No transportation needed. Computer or cell phone with Internet connections will accelerate your income making potential.

    This is a unique program that enables participants to "Earn While Learning". 

    For frequent updates, announcements, and challenges that can lead to more money. 

    What will you do with $500 each month?

  • 01:03


    in Spirituality

    Columbus, Georgia - with over a third of businesses being black-owned, this vibrant community is home to the aerospace industry, automotive manufacturing, defense, technology and tourism and has an active uptown area full of great restaurants, shops and other small businesses.

    PTSD is a mental disorder, and among the black community, there is a stronger reluctance to seek help for any mental illness. Black women, in particular, are viewed as strong with the ability to overcome traumatic events. An article recently published in Essence Magazine also showed that treating people of color in low-income communities for PTSD is just not a high priority.

  • 01:59

    Fox Cities Paranormal Radio w/ Exie Susanne Smith and Josh Vande Wettering

    in Radio

    Join Tim for a show filled with two amazing guests! In the first hour Tim welcomes spiritual medium and author of My Para"Normal" Life, Exie Susanne Smith! In the second hour Tim welcomes Kaukauna Paranormal Research Team founder, Josh Vande Wettering to the show! This show will be unlike any other Fox Cities Paranormal Episode, so tune in!

  • 01:00

    Special Olympics Beach Cities Host Towns

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Laura Leventhal, William Yarroll, Judy Peetz, Jody Leventhal and David Dill 

    and this morning, we’re going to learn about the Special Olympic World Games LA2015 and the South 

    Bay Host Cities.

    Laura Leventhal is the Program Coordinator for the Special Olympics World Games. With a background 

    in Strategic Communications and Journalism.

    Jody Leventhal is chair for Host Town Hermosa Beach. A longtime resident of the South Bay, Jody is the 

    CEO of JLC, a strategic marketing communications company located in Los Angeles. 

    William Yarroll and the’ got Kids?’ charity are the chairs for Host Town El Segundo.

    Judy Peetz, co-chair for Host Town Manhattan Beach, has been a resident since 1975. She and her 

    husband John, bought their home as a young married couple and have remained in the same house for 

    40 years. 

    David Dill, chair for Host Town Redondo Beach, has been a resident for the past 27 years.  He was the 

    track coach at Redondo Union High School and currently works as Director of Local Program 

    Development and Coaches Education for Special Olympics Southern California.

    As Host Towns, these four cities – El Segundo, Manhattan, Redondo  and Hermosa - have the special 

    privilege of receiving and hosting 100 delegates each, consisting of athletes and coaches, for three days 

    before the opening ceremonies. 

    So this morning, we’re going to find out what it takes and what it means, to be a Host City for this 

    incredible event.


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  • 01:00

    Barry Brisk: Conductor Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra

    in Current Events

    Barry Brisk first conducted in public at the age of fourteen, when he performed selections from South Pacific at his graduation from Webster Junior High School in West Los Angeles.

    As a student he also conducted the orchestras at University High School, Mount St. Mary's College, and the University of Music (formerly Academy of Music) in Vienna, Austria where he studied with the prominent conductor/teacher Hans Swarowsky.

    Professionally, Brisk has conducted many orchestras in Southern California, as well as in Mexico and Austria.
    Maestro Brisk has been Music Director of the Beach Cities Symphony since 1994 and is particularly proud of having expanded the orchestra's repertoire. 

    He has conducted works by more than eighty composers, more than a dozen of whom are living.


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  • 00:14

    PODCAST: Envision Charlotte Helps Bring Smart Cities to Life

    in Technology

    Welcome to The Turning Point podcast series.  Today, we are speaking with Amy Aussieker, Executive Director of Envision Charlotte, about some of the key efforts that have brought to life in Charlotte, NC.

  • 00:26
  • 00:34

    Sports Analytics Mean Fun and Business

    in Technology

    Numbers drive sports in ways never imagined back when Babe Ruth's home run records of 60 and 714 were iconic. Today, numbers -- data -- determine which plays will be called and which players will make their millions. As fans, we love those numbers, from batting averages to vertical leaps. Yet, sports are big business, and numbers -- data analytics -- translate into bottom line performance for franchises. Analytics help to put fans in seats and keep salary caps at a safe distance.

    Sport also is a proving ground for data analytics that can be applied to other businesses, from government to manufacturing, from retail to travel. Lessons learned in evaluating players can be applied to hiring. Revenue optimization techniques can spell success in baseball or just about any other business.

    All Analytics Radio will look at how data is making a difference in sports, whether on the field or in the front office. Which sports analytics concepts can be extended to other business environments? Our guest, Ray Hensberger of Booz Allen Hamilton’s NextGen Analytics team, has plenty of ideas on the use of sports analytics. That team is building big data applications for the sports sector, while keeping an eye on how the same techniques can be used by their enterprise clients.

    Join us on Tuesday, March 24, at 3 pm (ET), when Ray Hensberger discusses sports analytics as they are applied on the field and in the board room.

    In this A2 Radio Show you will learn:

    About applications that predict the likely play call for an opposing football team or baseball pitcher's pitch selection
    About tools for evaluating athletes' skills and strengths
    How successful sports franchises are driving attendance and their brands
    And, how tools designed for success on the field, the court, or the ice can bring competitive advantage to your own business.



  • 01:59

    Fox Cities Paranormal Radio w/ Justin Libigs and Chase Singleton!

    in Radio

    Join Tim as he welcomes good friend and Soul Searcher, Justin Libigs to the program in the first hour! Tim will talk with Justin about all of the amazing things that have happened to him in the last year including, but not limited too: What is new at First Ward School House, the school's involvement with Haunted State; a locally made documentary film, his appearance in "The Ghost Cowboy", and his recent victory in the 6th cast member contest for Hunt This! In the second hour Tim welcomes Chase Singleton to talk his work with Ghost and Spirit Boxes and Contacting the Dead! Should be another great show and I hope you will join us!

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