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Join Alex Blumberg from NPR's Planet Money's to talk about how he decided to become a t-shirt manufacturer and then tell brilliant multimedia stories about how it is done in Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt. Hear what he has been up to since he won a 2009 duPont Award for The Giant Pool of Money. Alex is a contributing editor for NPR's Planet Money, a producer for This American Life, and served as the executive producer of the television version of This American Life which aired on Showtime.
Ask him questions about where the business is going, and why video of a cat with a moustache will always get more hits online than the most incredible audio story ever told. One lucky listener might even win one of the sold out t-shirts from the series.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview Long-time NPR "Voice of Books" Host Alan Cheuse!
Acclaimed author Alan Cheuse, National Public Radio's longtime "voice of books," is the author of five novels, four collections of short fiction, and the memoir Fall Out of Heaven. As a book commentator, Cheuse is a regular contributor to National Public Radio's "All Things Considered." His short fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Ploughshares, The Antioch Review, Prairie Schooner, New Letters, The Idaho Review, and The Southern Review, among other places. He teaches in the Writing Program at George Mason University and the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.
Today I'll discuss how my interview about eWrestling went with NPR, we'll go over Wrestleshow and Victory, and take a look at the upcoming shows as well as talk about the new hires.
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Sister Jenna welcomes PR Expert Susan Harrow to the America Meditating Radio Show.
Susan Harrow is a top media coach, PR expert and author of "Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul." For 24 years she’s worked with clients ranging from rock stars to celebrity chefs to CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, as well as entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, speakers, and authors.
She's helped clients and seminar participants shine as guests on CBS’ 60 Minutes, Oprah, Good Morning America, Fox News and The Food Network. Susan has been interviewed, quoted, featured or profiled in numerous publications such as The New York Times, USA Today, and The Washington Post, and has appeared on CNBC, NPR, and other national/syndicated TV and radio shows. Visit www.PRSecrets.com
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Marc Hyden is the National Advocacy Coordinator with Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty, a Project of EJUSA. He comes most recently from the National Rifle Association (NRA) where he served as a Campaign Field Representative in the State of Florida. Prior to his service with the NRA, he was the Campaign Manager of a Republican Congressional race in Western North Carolina. Marc has additionally served as the Legislative Liaison/Public Affairs Specialist with the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security and as the Legislative Aide to the Georgia Senate President Pro Tempore.
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Thursday at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
Tonight, we are live with Ernest, and Ms. Teri, to just talk a bit, whether it's about our thanksgiving, our holiday plans, or whatever else is out there. And God knows there is plenty out there to talk about! It's open mic for the first hour of the show, so give us a call at 1.347.989.1942 and join the conversation.
In the 2nd hour, it's a mix of regular and holiday music. Listen by phone in the 3rd hour only to have another full hour of commercial free music! You can also check the archives later for the full 3-hour podcast.
All this plus NPR news, the Accuweather forecast, and of course tons of great music, your phone calls, and adult conversation by adults. We're spending thanksgiving with you, our faithful listeners.
Join host Randy Goldberg on his new show Science of Light. Listen to the second half of a lecture he gave about Jung. He talks about Alchemy, the ego-self axis, Shadow, active imagination, the process of analysis and becoming whole,
Randy is a world renowned vedic astrologer who has been interviewed by CNN, NPR and the Washington post. Using a Jungian archetypal perspective, he integrates both western and vedic astrology.
For more on Randy go here: http://www.randygoldberg.org/
Jennifer’s musical style is full of depth and range. Her artistic repertoire personifies all genres of music; ranging from inspirational to R&B and Pop. She performs for public and private gigs and sings with the international band, Sound Connection. Ms. Dunston has graced the stage with talented bands such as the Marcus Mitchell Project and Vision Band. Jennifer’s talents paved the way for her to appear at the legendary Apollo Theatre and on Sean Combs hit series, “Making The Band 3”… leaving the viewers mesmerized by her stunning voice! Her career highlights also include collaborating with AJ Alexander (discoverer of Usher Raymond) and opening for Grammy Award winning Chris Brown!
Charity is a major component of Jennifer’s core purpose in life. She enjoys inspiring others through song, by performing at benefit concerts and spending quality time with troubled teens. In addition to her music career and helping others, Ms. Dunston also models. She has appeared in magazines such as Black Hair and Salon Profiles.
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Jennifer S. Holland is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Unlikely Friendships: 47 Remarkable Stories from the Animal Kingdom and Unlikely Loves: 43 Heartwarming True Stories from the Animal Kingdom. She has written for, among others, National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, NPR, EarthTouch News, and The Washington Post, specializing in science and natural history. She lives with her husband, three dogs, and dozens of snakes and geckos, and divides her time between Silver Spring, Maryland, and a cabin in the woods near Charlottesville, Virginia.
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The trailer for Who Pays the Price? on YouTube already has more than one million views. The film was cited in front page features on Upworthy, Huffington Post and The Nation. More than 300 news articles have been written on the topics revealed in the film since March 2014, when the trailer was first posted.
Heather White's perspectives on Apple Computer’s labor challenges in its Chinese factories have previously appeared in the U.S. and European media, including The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNN, The Philadelphia Inquirer, NPR, and European newspapers.
For the last three years, Heather White was a Network Fellow at Harvard University’s Edmund Safra Center for Ethics. Her investigative work on transparency in global supply chains has led to improved industry standards in social auditing and verification practices.
Heather is the founder and former Executive Director (1995-2005) of Verité, (www.verite.org) a non-profit organization that has won international recognition for its efforts to reduce labor violations in factories producing for American consumer brands. That organization has been recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative and is the recipient of numerous awards including Skoll Foundation, “Scientific American 50” award for Policy Leadership in Manufacturing, and Fast Company’s “Social Capital” award 2004.
The filmmaker was previously a MacArthur Foundation and Ford Foundation grantee for her human rights work. This victory for Heather and her powerful filmmaking venture is not the end.
Tonight at 6pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Saturday Edition - the funniest show you'll hear on radio all week.
Ernest is joined by the crew of the TJRS Radio Network to play Five Questions, one of our favorite games! Wanna join? The phones will be open at 1.347.989.1942.
We'll also talk about the Cosby situation, and why some people on the show are victim-blaming, rather than taking the side of the accuser until all is realized.
All this plus NPR news, Accuweather forecast, and music by Semisonic, & George Clinton.
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Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
We continue the national discussion on rapist Bill Cosby. More and more victims, including former supermodel Janice Dickinson, come forward with the same story. Some stories date as far back as 1969. Yet some folks are still defending Cosby. Is it just that they are waiting for the facts, giving the benefit of the doubt, or are they simply blinded by celebrity? We're talkin' about it!
All this plus NPR News, the Accuweather national forecast, and we celebrate the ladies of the 90s in the ERN Listening Lounge. Join us on the phone at 1.347.989.1942.
NPR's Michele Norris, former regular host of "All Things Considered," just won a Peabody Award from the University of Georgia for her self-funded work, "The Race Card Project." It invites people to submit 6-word phrases or sentences, describing their experiences and impressions of race in America.
About The Race Card Project, by Michele Norris
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The Race Card Project encourages people to condense their observations and experiences about race into one sentence with just Six Words. Since it began in 2010, the Project has received tens of thousands of Six Word stories from all over the world. The Race Card Project has earned a deep well of trust on a thorny topic as evidenced by the candor and depth of the submissions.The Six Word essays featured on the website, theracecardproject.com, provide a window into America’s private conversations about race and cultural identity. As such, the website has been used by schools, businesses, churches and even the military to foster a dialogue about race. The Six Word stories are also featured regularly in reports by Michele Norris on NPR’s Morning Edition.
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