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What do you get when you pair KQED, the public radio and televsion station in San Francisco, with National Writing Project teachers? You get Newsroom to Classroom, a pilot project in which pairs of NWP teachers from around the country develop resources and curriculum packages that focus on news topics and content from KQED's Low Down blog. You also get student-produced new media artifacts related to the topics and youth participation in KQED's Do Now current events Twitter-based program.
Join Matthew Green and Matt Williams of KQED, along with Chris Sloan of the Wasatch Range Writing Project and Kirsten Spall of the Area 3 Wrting Project, as they discuss the various dimensions of the initiative, from conception to implementation. We'll also hear a student perspective on this opportunity to weigh in on the issues of our times using digital tools.
Join Carla Day, founder of TV Diehard, Laurel Brown from Buddy TV, and Joan Porter from MSN.ca. We will be discussing: USA Network's Suits episode "The Choice" -- Did Mike make the right decision to break up with Rachel? What is going to happen to the firm now that Hardman is coming back? War is brewing at Pearson Hardman! HBO's The Newsroom premiere "We Just Decided To" -- Does Aaron Sorkin have a new hit? Was the episode prea
We will be joined by Melissa Melendez Lake Elsinore City Councilwoman running for the 67th Assembly seat in California. For deatils on Melissa, please see our link here http://fidelisradio.com/melissa-melendez/ In our second half hour we will be exploring the horrific cultural bias being pumped into our homes via HBO's "the Newsroom" *Warning some language on the sounbites may be offensive*
Join WOKV's Matt Augustine and your hosts John Phillips and Rashad Jennings as they recap the Newsroom Street Fight event from Saturday. Actor Joel Murray also calls in to talk about the upcoming Caddyshack Golf Tournament.
On a special edition of This Week in Oncology at 11AM Pacific/2PM Eastern on Friday, May 17th, 2013 we meet two Program Directors from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) supporting the joint effort between the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), and the NCI titled 'Crowds Care for Cancer: Supporing Survivors' Challenge.
Joining us are Abdul Shaikh, PhD, Program Director, Health Communication & Informatics, National Cancer Institute (NCI), and Carla Parry, PhD, Program Director, NCI Process of Care Research Branch, Behavioral Research Program.
For complete challenge details, see: New Developer Contest – Create a Cancer Survivor Tool or Crowds Care for Cancer Challenge: Supporting Survivors. The challenge is the latest in an ongoing series of public/private collaboration and cooperation designed to stimulate innovation in the healthcare and healthtech space while energizing a full court press towards both the meaningful use of digital connectivity in oursuit of the 'triple aim'.
New York Times bestselling author Stephen Mansfield 's latest book, Killing Jesus: The Unknown Conspiracy Behind the World's Most Famous Execution reveals gritty details of political and religious intrigue. The book released May 7, 2013. Stephen Mansfield is a respected writer, speaker, and commentator at the intersection of religion, politics and culture. The author of bestsellers like The Faith of Barack Obama, The Faith of George W. Bush and The Search for God and Guinness, Mansfield appears frequently on national news programs such as Fox and Friends, CNN Newsroom, MSNBC News Live, and The Sean Hannity Show. MansfieldGroup.com DianeDike.org
Kerry G. Johnson is a creative and experienced art director, caricaturist, cartoonist and graphic designer. He’s an award-winning artist whose work has been published in local and national publications, web sites and blogs. Kerry also illustrates caricatures at private homes, schools, corporate functions, church events and local festivals.
He’s currently the director of art and special publications at the American Physical Society in College Park, Md. Before joining APS, he worked as the newsroom graphics director at the Baltimore Sun newspaper. Before joining the Sun, he worked as graphics editor for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and as a graphic reporter at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He also has worked at other news organizations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Washington, D.C.
This episode we welcome back Lauren Fix, "The Car Coach", who shares her new car buying tips. Lauren highlights USAA's Best Value list for new cars, plus the Top 10 Vehicles for Teens List.
We also talk about:
April - The Month of the Military Child Military.com's recent Spouse Summit Tips for living apart from your loved one if they are "Geo-baching".
Join us for this episode of Military Life Radio. Your hosts include Wendy, Tara and long time host Marla even makes a surprise appearance!
You don't want to miss this show!!
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Please join Ruthie this week Feb 6th, 2013 8 pm CST for The Ruthie Report with Guest: Rusty Fleming
We must educate our Kids - the dangers they face - Cartels are Recruiting Our Children.
Rusty will also share with us updates from the border, gang wars, increase or decrease in Texas with illegal entry and more.
OPERATION DETOUR 2 http://www.foxsanantonio.com/newsroom/top_stories/videos/vid_14088.shtml
New Film Educates Students About Cartel RecruitingBy: Grace WhiteFollow Grace on Twitter @Grace__White & on Facebook Cartels recruiting our kids.
Law enforcement officials say it's happening in schools across our area and this month a new film is launching to educate students about the problem.It's fast-paced, full of action and based on actual events."This is something that catches your eye," said Benita Doyal, a student actorIt's a
"'For the most part people have been led to believe that security rests alone in what tangible assets they have been able to accumulate. If through some unforeseen cause these suddenly disappeared... ' says Willis Kinnear on Day 17 of his Mental Diet! Well... WHAT Would YOU Do? Discuss THIS and MORE with ME! Please CALL IN(858) 947-1909 and share YOUR experiences on 'Dear Prudence' Radio - Life Advice to Help YOU Cope!" Pleas
"'Why should YOU be prosperous' says Willis Kinnear on Day 16 of his Mental Diet! Well... WHY NOT! Discuss THIS and MORE with ME! Please CALL IN(858) 947-1909 and share YOUR experiences on 'Dear Prudence' Radio - Life Advice to Help YOU Cope!" Please join Amanda Grieme, Author of “Dear Prudence,” and English/Creative Writing Educator. Amanda LIVES with Bipolar Disorder choosing writing as her catharsis and creative medium to
9:00 PM Triangle Variety Comedy Show with Brian Shirley and Patrick Walters Your Hosts
Tonights Guest: Rocky D was born on the South side of Chicago, and stole his first hubcap at the age of two. After graduation from Lewis University with a BA in Professional Troublemaking, Rocky got a job with NBC in Chicago. It was there, while being the only non-liberal in the newsroom, that he quickly learned that "common sense truth" has no place in pop-culture, mainstream network news.