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Please join Ruthie this Thursday July 10th, 2014 8-10 pm CST with
GUEST: DAVE GIBSON of the Immigration Reform Examiner
Dave will join the show at the top of the 9:00 O'clock hour
Many of you are familiar with Dave Gibson and his excellent job of reporting and keeping us informed
on the many many crimes committed by individuals who should not be in the USA to begin with. - that
being illegal aliens. Crimes that make your stomach turn - create sadness and anger
Several of you are also aware of recent news tidbits about Dave Gibson's work - causing concern of just what
is happening.... Dave will join us to discuss how his reporting efforts and patriotic stand now had garnered the
attention of the Federal Government and ICE - all in an attempt to silence the truth.
Who Knows........... seeing that Dave continues to report and I continue to share many of these disgusting and
preventable crimes with you on the show.......maybe this ICE Agent and DHS (who has previously listened to
The Ruthie Report) will tune in as well.
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss the organizers of the rally against Penn Live's biased reporting on pit bulls.Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris "Brown Sugar" Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups For Pitbulls
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
Instagram T-shirt giveaway
Check out our website PBLNN.com!
We will be discussing the evolution of sports reporting and the ways in which the proliferation of cable television and social media has changed the way sports are presented and reported.
Joining the disucussion is Clemson Assistant Professor and author of It's A Whole New Ballgame: How Social Media is Changing Sports James Sanderson. Also joining us will be sports writer and biographer Bill Gutman who has been following sports since the 1950's and has interviewed many top athletes from past years. Gutman also has some strong opinions about the changing world of sports and sports media. It should be an informative and fun show!
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Stefanie Spear has been publishing environmental news for more than 25 years. She is the founder and CEO of EcoWatch, a leading news website reporting on environmental news, green living and sustainable business.
“EcoWatch is at the forefront of uniting all shades of green to ensure the health and longevity of our planet. EcoWatch is leading the charge in using online news to drive fundamental change.”- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., EcoWatch board member.
Stefanie has created a dedicated platform for environmental news that helps transform the ability of individuals to learn about environmental issues and take action. What's more, EcoWatch provides timely access to relevant information that motivates individuals to become engaged in their community, adopt sustainable practices and support strong environmental policy.
Stefanie Spear chairs the Renewable Energy Committee for Sustainable Cleveland 2019 and is on the advisory board for Lake Erie Waterkeeper and GreenCityBlueLake Institute
Selena Longway of SC&H Group will provide some key insights into inventory reporting.
So I was listening to the Colin Cowherd show on ESPN Radio this morning, and he was totally misreporting what I have been reporting. Lucklily, I have the telephone number to the studio, so I called Colin and he put me on the air.
And from there, I put up with him trying to ascertain who my source is on my LeBron James-to-Cleveland story. And I held my ground.
Rarely have I been under as much scrutiny as I am now after reporting Wednesday that LeBron is returning to the Cavs. Since it is my job to defend myself and defend my reporting, I did just that with Colin. I think the both of us ended the interview happy with how it went.
Give a listen, and you will learn a little something about reporting, sourcing and the way the newsbreaking business works.
Host of "Public Advocate", Sallie O. Elkordy's updated blog for September 3, 2014 http://billiontoddlermarchforsurvival.blogspot.com/2014/09/ebola-inoculation-fest-begins-adults.html
I was supposed to have two guests on this program to discuss the elevated percentage of black boys who have autism per the study conducted by the CDC in 2001 and covered up in this regard. In eliminating black boys from this study, they had a lower rate of autism linked to the MMR vaccine. This link of the MMR vaccine and autism is in fact the larger story. The CDC has linked the MMR vaccine to autism, which they have denied for 13 years.
How many children could have benefitted from this information? Well, the answer lies in how many children have become autistic in the past 13 years! Was your child one of them? Contact me if so and I will interview you. Sallie O. Elkordy https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sallie-O-Elkordy-for-NYC-Public-Advocate/587347554614900
Host Ted Hart will be having a Q & A session with John Bennett and David Shevlin, attorneys from Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. They will be discussing how charities can comply with IRS expectations for reporting on use of funds received from grants.
About the guests:
JOHN N. BENNETT
Associate, NY Office
John Bennett is an Associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP where he practices in the Exempt Organizations Department. He advises a number of endowed universities, foundations, hospitals and cultural institutions in connection with the investment of their endowments. John has represented not-for-profit institutions in connection with secondary market sales of interest in various private investment vehicles. John also advises a variety of public charities and private foundations on structural and operating issues, including governance, reorganizations, domestic and international grantmaking and taxation.
DAVID A. SHEVLIN
Partner, NY Office
David Shevlin is a Partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and is Head of the Exempt Organizations Group. He advises a variety of international and domestic exempt organizations, including all forms of private foundations and public charities. Mr. Shevlin also advises donors to and the governing bodies of exempt organizations. Mr. Shevlin has been recognized as a leading practitioner in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2008 – 2012). In addition, he regularly speaks and writes on topics of relevance to exempt organizations.
Boston Celtics Locker Room Reporter discusses being a sports journalist in the Twitter-Era
Ty Ray opens the Virtual Lounge, on-location from Reality Rally in Temecula California.
Ty is joined by CLNS Radio's TD Garden Reporter, Jared Weiss. The two discuss being a sports journalist, reporting on-location, from Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins games.
Ty Ray is a 20 year veteran of sports TV reporting. Ty and Jared chat it up about the similarities and differences of covering the beat during the internet, Twitter and social media era.
Do you know how Weiss got his gig, reporting from the C's locker-room with CLNS Radio and CelticsBlog? You will find out during this in-depth discussion.
A fascinating conversation between two very experienced reporters in the sports world.
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Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. The State of Delaware plays an important role in unclaimed property compliance and reporting. Today we are speaking with Patricia Hopper, Principal of the SC&H Unclaimed Property Practice, about what she is calling the “Delaware Factor.”
Dataviz queen Dr. Stephanie Evergreen recently keynoted - no, ROCKED! - the 2014 ANZEA conference in Wellington, New Zealand. Jane Davidson talks to her about becoming a southern hemisphere evaluation rockstar at long last - and finds out what's the latest on qualitative dataviz!
This short (6 minute) podcast is the first of a series of four from Jane and Stephanie:
The 2014 ANZEA conference - and what's new in qualitative dataviz
Awesome reporting (the stuff that gets to the point and conveys it brilliantly)
From "eek" to "Awesome!" - expert help to totally transform your evaluation reporting
Workshops & sessions at EES & AEA - and why Obama's slides totally need an overhaul!
Stay tuned to the Genuine Evaluation podcast channel to hear all four!
This week’??s show
July 12th, 2014
This week while writing a blog post I was sort of listening to MSNBC. An interview about the water shutoffs in Detroit Michigan ensued. I listened a bit more attentively. I then heard the Detroit reporter, Hank Winchester, say about the people in Detroit, “But there are other people and this is where it gets controversial who simply don’t want to pay the water bill, who’d rather spend money on cable.”
At that point I dropped the blog I was writing, recorded the interview, processed it, and then blogged about it. The blog post titled “Detroit activist slams reporter on air for misreporting reasons for water shutoff to thousands ” went viral.
Hank Winchester sent me an email asking me why I shortened the video. That was a silly question coming from a reporter. It was shortened without removing any context like any good journalist or blogger does.
Anyway, I want to discuss the water department in Detroit shutting off water and the stereotypes that affect poor and disaffected communities.
You can also find previous episodes on YouTube here.
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