• 00:51

    Native American Gaming

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    On this edition of Native American Gaming, host Valerie Red-Horse will be joined by Chris Grove and independent consultant consultant focusing in the regulated online gambling market and Victoria Parrott, Founder and CEO of Lucky 7 Angels. Be sure to set a reminder and tune in, this will definitely not be a show to miss!

  • 00:13

    Audio Article: Update - Online Gaming Reform in the UK

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    By Julian Harris and Tom Grant


    The long-awaited changes to the United Kingdom’s comparatively liberal online regime will take effect later this year. Under the new regulations, all remote gambling operators targeting the U.K. market will be required to hold a license from the U.K. Gambling Commission. For the online gambling industry, these changes will have major ramifications, CEM contributors Julian Harris and Tom Grant explain in their update on online gaming reform in the United Kingdom.

  • 00:47

    Feature: HOT Awards

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    On this feature show we will be discussing the Hospitality Operations Technology (HOT) Awards, a set of awards that CEM puts out annually. We will be joined by representatives from the winning companies to go over their products. Also joining the show will be several individuals that judged the products submitted for the awards. Join us to hear more about these stellar, winning products!

  • 01:11

    Casino Talk w/ Brooke Dunn: Frank Cullotta

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    Join us on this edition of Casino Talk as host Brooke Dunn has a sit down in-studio with Frank Cullota, a former mobster and hitman for the Chicago Outfit. Cullotta, nicknamed "The Las Vegas Boss", was the leader of the "Hole in the Wall" gang, and a friend of notorious mobster Tony Spilotro. Cullotta appeared in the 1995 film “Casino” and also also served as a technical consultant for the film and appeared in several scenes as a hitman. The film’s Frank Vincent character was based on Cullotta himself. Be sure to listen in as Cullota recounts his past with us, it’s sure to be an interesting show! Marcus Prater returned to the show once again to provide us with an update on news surrounding AGEM and its various members. Set a reminder and tune in!

  • 00:17

    Audio Article: Positive Influence - Industry’s Leaders in Responsible Gaming

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    By Marian Green


    Connie Jones, AGEM’s new director of responsible gaming, and Alan Feldman, board chairman of the National Center for Responsible Gaming, offer their insights into how far the gaming industry has come in its responsible gaming awareness efforts and about developments in research and treatment related to problem gambling.

  • 00:06

    Audio Article: Japan Another Example of Hurry-and-Wait Expansion

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    By Marcus Prater


    After his trip last month to attend both the Japan Gaming Congress in Tokyo and G2E Asia in Macau, AGEM Executive Director Marcus Prater ponders the question of why gaming expansion so often seems so difficult. The most recent case in point was proposed legalization of gaming in Japan.

  • 00:06

    Audio Article: Eilers-Fantini Quarterly Slot Survey

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    By Todd Eilers and Frank Fantini


    This summary installment of the Eilers-Fantini Quarterly Slot Survey reveals insights and information for the first quarter of 2014 from key purchasing agents at a number of North American commercial and tribal casinos, several racino/VLT operators, as well as seven international participants. The report features record-level responses from survey participants collectively operating 316 gaming venues with some 330,424 total slot machines or equivalent gaming devices.

  • 01:09

    Industry Antiquities w/ Dr. Green

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    Join us on this special feature show as we are joined by Dr. Michael Green, a professor of history at the College of Southern Nevada. Dr. Green holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in history from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Ph.D. in history from Columbia University. He is the author of several books, including Freedom, Union, and Power: Lincoln and His Party During the Civil War; and Nevada: A Journey of Discovery; and served as editor and interviewer for the oral history, A Liberal Conscience: Ralph Denton, Nevadan.  Dr. Green also edits the Nevada Historical Society Quarterly and the Wilbur S. Shepperson Series in Nevada History for the University of Nevada Press, and writes “Nevada Yesterdays,” a regular feature on KNPR. He is also a researcher for the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, better known as the Mob Museum in Las Vegas. Be sure to listen in as Dr. Green delves into gaming history, focusing specifically on the legalization of gaming in Nevada.

  • 00:13

    A Life’s Legacy: A Tribute to Bob Faiss’ Life

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    By Leslie Salguero and Nikki Villoria


    For many he was ‘the nicest man’ they’d ever met, for others he was ‘the greatest mentor’ for whom they could have asked, for everyone in gaming, he was someone who left an industry-wide impact.

  • 00:16

    Audio Article: The New Face of Innovation

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    By Marian Green


    It’s no secret that the casino gaming industry is facing a challenging future, as younger customers show more interest in the social games on their smartphones and less in traditional offerings on the gaming floor. But gaming industry manufacturers, operators and educators aren’t sitting still. In fact, the industry is seeing a new openness to innovation and ideas.

  • 00:09

    Audio Article: Is 2014 the Year Japan Legalizes Casino Gambling?

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    By Marian Green


    Japan has long been one of the most promising jurisdictions for casino-style gaming opportunities, but until recently, efforts to push legislation to legalize casino gaming have come to naught. Now, though not a done deal, prospects look better than ever as Japan looks to capture some of the same success that other Asian jurisdictions have experienced.

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