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On-line Newspapers are a very important and Necessary Media Service to our business communities throughout the world.
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This week we feature Michelle Miller, owner and editor of the Gallia hometown herald, Wednesday June 20, 2012 at 4:00 PM on our PODCASTING radio and educational access TV channel. Michelle will discuss:
- Using social media and advertisement.
- The importance of cementing material.
- Why media covers bad news more.
- In between print and regional broadcast media.
- The time it takes to pull together stories.
You will find this fascinating look into an Internet newspaper well worth your listing and viewing time.
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In this Hometown Hero episode of Urban Annapolis Magazine Radio will focus on some of the leaders in our community that have and still are making a difference.
In today’s show we will include: Wiley H. Bates, John T. Chambers Jr. Gerald Stansbury, Stanford Womack, Lassie Belt, Larry Griffin, Jack Reed and more. And though he is not an Annapolitan we will salute the incomprompable Frederick Douglass tune-in to the show to here why we choose to salute him on this day!
Also we'll discuss upcoming events in the area, local news, and other updates you should know about!
Join Alaina as she discusses lazy weekend mornings, hometown pride, and great Autumn reads.
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Doug Herald has over 26 years of experience in the Food Industry. Throughout this career Doug has worked hard to make a difference in the lives of the people that he has worked for with a servant leadership style that drives deep employee engagement and continuous improvements. Over the last 7 years Doug has invested heavily in personal and emotional research to drive personal improvement and now Doug has a passion to teach the completeness of life and leadership through what he calls, "Touching People for Time and Eternity." This led him to starting Time and Eternity, a personal, professional, and organizational development company. His first book, "In Hope for Time and Eternity: My Life Through my Eyes," was released a few months ago and is making huge impacts on lives all over the world.
In 1979, The Jones Girls "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" showed Gamble and Huff they still had the magic touch. The classic went top ten on Billboards' R&B and Disco Charts. Gospel singer Mary Frazier Jones groomed her daughter's unique harmonies when they were babies in their hometown Detroit.
Joe Cannatelli has been engineering music since 1976. On The Fringe Studios began as a home studio in 1993 when Cannatelli chose to build and design a custom home with a living room as a music room with excellent acoustics.
Come back to a time when worship and morning service was filled with great songs and wonderful messages. Renfro Valley Gatherin is just that it hometown and wonderful remembers the days of old.
Join us for great times in the Historic Old Barn at beautiful Renfro Valley Kentucky, a place where time stands still.
On this edition of the Cruz Control, host Randy Cruz chats with Scott Fishman, pro wrestling contriubutor to the Miami Herald, discussing the world of professional wrestling, WWE, WWE Network, WrestleMania 31 and much more!
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Joining me this week is PGA Tour Legend Bobby Nichols. Mr Nichols won the 1964 PGA Championship among his 15 Professional victories. He also finished 2nd in the 1967 Masters and 3rd in the 1962 US Open which was won by Jack Nicklaus in a playoff over Arnold Palmer. It was Jack's first professional win. You may also recall that he and Lee Trevino were struck by lightning at the Western Open in 1975.
This year he was recognized as a Hometown Hero by his home city of Louisville which took place in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of his PGA Championship victory and the event being held this year at Valhalla Country Club located in Louisville.
Mr. Nichols is a wonderful man and we hope you enjoy the show.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday morning as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour pros, legends, equipment manufacturers, members of the media and those influencing the great game of golf on Next on the Tee.
Tracie E. Christian is a poet, author, motivational speaker and radio personality. Living in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan, Tracie is CEO of B Cyde Multi Media, Co-Founder of The Live Ladies of Literature and Station Manager/Program Director at 7mileradio.com. She is a wife and mother and hosts her own weekly radio show, Back on the B Cyde airing SATURDAYS 11am on www.7mileradio.com/radio.
Tune in Wednesday night at 10pm CST to hear what former McLennan County Commissioner Precinct 3, Joe Mashek, has to say about Lester Gibson's perfomance as Commissioner Precinct 2.
Mashek recently wrote a Letter to the Editor of the Waco Tribune Herald, where he pointed out several flaws in Gibson's track record. We'll get into these topics and the race for Precinct 2, with Republican Candidate Tony Abad.
The title might make you believe there is some cool story about how I fought the machine, and turned out victorious...but that is not the case. I just forgot to schedule my next show. What can I say? However, I never pass up an opportunity to make a mountain out of a mole hill. I've got a great show for you today! I'll be talking about the 2014 election coming up in a couple of weeks (yeah, I know I was supposed to do that Monday, but I didn't), and then I'll talk about what is happening in my hometown that has a lot of people upset. Of course there will also be so much more on the Russinize Your Day Show. You're about to be Russinized! Don't fight it...