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Each week Candace Benson of CampTech Online and Deborah Chaddock Brown of AllWrite Ink talk about the pros and cons of social media, technology and ways businesses can connect with their customers.
This is the first podcast to come from Voluntary Media Networks (VMN) where I, Alex, talk about the Ferguson, Missouri incident and riots, about the ideas statists generally have when talking about the use of force, and about the general biases most protestors and viewers of the media have when it comes to issues such as the Ferguson incident.
Join us for another Indie Cafe hosted by Spencer Drate / Judith Salvatz and Holly Stephey of Red Velvet Media . Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz are award-winning designers of album art for countless industry legends
Jesse Malin was born in Queens, New York. Jesse Malin’s passion for music began at an early age. Upon receiving his first nylon stringed acoustic guitar, Jesse taped an old 1950’s reel-to-reel recorder with a beat-up attached microphone to its body and the soon-to-be songwriter began his musical career.
Malin began playing live the age of twelve years old in the seminal hardcore band Heart Attack. After the group’s disbandment in 1984, Jesse and his childhood pals formed the rock and roll band D Generation and released three albums, touring the globe several times over before parting ways in 1999. Following several in-between bridge bands, including PCP Highway and Bellvue, Jesse Malin embarked on a solo career and has released five acclaimed records. Over the years Malin has also worked in both film and radio, currently co-hosting a monthly radio show on Sirius XM alongside John Varvatos, and is now completing production on a new album set to be released in 2015.
GatorNation! After a disapointing finish to last season, The University of Florida finished the year at a disapointing 4-8 after a 4-1 start. Can they rebound this year and stop the current losing streak? Can the return of Jeff Driskel at Quarterback and a good young crop of receivers push the limits of the offense to levels last seen years ago? Who are the players to watch and what amazing talent is waiting to break out? Joe Pim and Jeremy York answer all this and more on this week's EndZone: The SEC Florida Gator Preview (Presented by Impact Media)!
Your host Jeremy York along with new Impact Media college contributor Joe Pimm give their take on the recent college SEC news plus, a preview of the current champions of the SEC: The Auburn Tigers! Can the champs retain the trophy this year? Or did they lose too much in the off-season? All this and more on the new Impact Media show EndZone: The SEC!
I" Take a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just fell into the Gap to buy a new t-shirt?
Media plural of Medium is all around you! Young Media Critics continue to discuss, analyze, evaluate, examine and comment on the various forms of media and the messages communicated to us every day.
Join Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio.com, Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 5:00 p.m (EST) as they introduce the Media Literacy Five Core Concepts. Today's episode combines last week's Media Literacy Five Key Questions to "pull back the curtain" on media messages!
William “Bill” Bean is an internationally known author, lecturer and media personality with over 30 years of experience in the paranormal field. He has written two books about his experiences, the first entitled Dark Force (2006), which inspired the Discovery
Channel docu-drama “House of the Dead,” and the second entitled Delivered (2010). Bill’s story has given rise to over 1000
Bill has been featured as a paranormal expert on over 30 television shows on the Discovery, Syfy, and Travel Channel as well as news programs on the Fox, CBS, and ABC networks. He has also been featured in over 30 periodicals and news publications,
including the Rolling Stone Magazine (“Encounters of the Strange
and Unexplained”), as well as several published books.
GOP blocks bills American need and citizens actually vote over and over for the GOP. I can't help but wander who those voter are. In America today, there still lives great numbers of people were actually threatened with loss of lives if they dared go out to vote. People still live whose job was jeopardized if they went and voted. People are actually dead today, because they failed to listen to the threats of death if they even spoke in favor of voting. Today, Americans rank 125 out of 169 countries in lowest voter turnout. What about these numbers makes Americans exceptional? Why does so many American find voting to not be of interest? Why does so many Amerians vote for people who do things that cause more harm than do. What prevents Americans from benefiting from the opportunities available to them.
GOP blocks bills that will save lives of citizens;
put Americans back to work;
assure women access to reproductive services without taking a road trip;
provide jobless with unemployment benefits;
provide support services, jobs and medical assistance to veterans
repair roads and bridges which prevents deaths by neglience and extends the lives of vehicles as well as save money on unncessary repairs.
Voting is the opportunity for Americans to build better roads, schools, hospitals, and opportunties which makes for a better future for all. It is not understandable why so many people vote against all these things. GOP blocks bills and voters rewards the GOP for blocking bills.
Your host Jeremy York is joined by college expert Joe Pim to preview the LSU Tigers upcoming season! Can Les Miles continue to put up great records as the captain of the ship? Will 10+ wins get them higher than 3rd in the division? Can they reload after losing some of the most talented players in school history to the NFL? They guys answer all the questions plus offer their preidictions for the Tigers!
Critical Conversations for this week ending August 29th is about the kids going back to school and whether the Common Core curriculum is right for America's children. Assembled for this discussion are Editor in Chief, and Common Core proponent who will be speaking with Dr. Jim Picht, presently teaching at Louisiana Scholars College and author - columnist Tim Kern who spent years in academia teaching America's youth.
Next up is whether Mitt Romney and Hillary Clinton are our only viable 2016 Presidential candidate. The fact of the matter is they are the only candidates that can run without financial backing from their parties. How does this change the landscape. Can money buy the White House when you have an unmotivated public tired of the scandals from the White House and the lack of substantive progress from either the Republicans or Democrats in the House and Senate.
Finally, Ebola is one of those diseases that the media likes to stir into the melting pot of public hysteria. Dr. Picht, whose one Ph.d (yes, he has more than one) is in Microbiology, will explain what we need to be afraid of, or not.