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  • 01:08

    Hadit.com / Blog Talk Radio Show with ASKNOD. ( Alex Graham)

    in Military

    Asknod will be the guest speaker. He is a great guest as he is Knowledgeable about the VA, especially the Voc Rehab program and SMC's. The call in number is 347 237-4819.   Now is the time to get your question answered by one of the best.

  • 00:36

    Jai Love - Letters of Various Emotions

    in Indie Music

    Jai Love is "In tune with T.Mill"


    Jai Love, pronounced J Love, is a recording R&B/Hip Hop singer/songwriter from Huntsville, Ala. She have performed in several areas in the Alabama region as well as Atlanta. She have worked with artist such as Tana formerly known as Montana Da Mac, Chastain Stone, Q Pee, Big Sam from Lil Jon and Eastside Boys, Bando Jones, Kwony Ca$h and Urban Mystic with many more artist from the Atlanta area as well as many artist from Alabama. In 2012- 2013, she won the Road to Success contest that was held in Huntsville by Atlanta, GA record label Urban Vision where she received a development deal with Urban Vision Ent. She was also nominated for Female R&B Artist of the year at the Urban Vision Award in 2012. In 2012, She had teamed up with Jimmy Heart and the Spincity Radio family where she had her own nights on the Spincity Radio, Online Radio, called The Love Zone where she reflect on R&B/Pop/Soul and R&B Hip Hop artist. In 2014 she was nominated again for Female R&B Artist at the SMC Award Show in Memphis, TN. For more information contact Chenequa Farrar via phone or email.

  • 02:00

    SID Late Nite-Music Soft And Lite/A Tribute to Hal Jackson/SMC*TRUST*IN**GOD***/

    in Sports

     


     


    A true trailblazer, Hal Jackson was a radio DJ, civil rights activist and co-founder of a groundbreaking New York broadcasting company.
    Legendary scribe and sportscaster,D.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr.,takes to the airwaves once again with his renowned and legendary radio show,the award winning,'Sports In Depth'.
    Doc brings to the airwaves once again,'SID Late Nite. Doc here pays tribute to a mentor,father figure,radio poineer icon and role model,the late Hal Jackson. Mr. Jackson took the young Mel Stanley while at WLIB under his wings.Guiding,promoting and educating him in both radio and life.
    Jackson's ground breaking accomplishments in radio and his,'' Sunday Morning Classic's'' are both legendary and will live in radio immortality. The Jackie Robinson of radio, his friendships made are legendary. He made Palisades Park into a venue of both radio and entertainment royality.It was Jackson also who put into motion the wheels that brought about Martin Luther King Jr. day becoming  a national holiday.


    Happy birthday to NBA legend ,Earvin''Magic'' Johnson,he celebrated another birthday on the 14th. NBA great Patrick Ewing, did so on the 5th. President Obama, celebrated his the day prior of Ewings',the 4th.
    Music and entertainment legend,Michael Jackson,jazz great and icon,Charley''Bird''Parker,John Francis Xavier Condon,MSG boxing P.R. legend and boxing President and my late beloved Father,James Arthur Stanley Sr.,AKA,''Scope'' close out the month with their August 29th birthdays.
    *TRUST*IN**GOD***
    ''It's not to be important,but it's important to be nice.''
    Hal Jackson
     

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 00:30

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights SMC Corporation of America

    in Business

    Noblesville, IN – The machine in a factory is made in a factory with parts made in a factory. The automated equipment necessary to build everything from the cars we drive to the semi-conductors in our electronic devices is typically pneumatic equipment, which utilizes compressed air to move objects or apply force.
    SMC Corporation of America specializes in the manufacture and distribution of this essential pneumatic equipment. Recognized by Forbes Magazine among the 100 Most Innovative Companies in the World, SMC Corporation supplies all the components necessary for a fully-functional pneumatic system for industrial automation.
    “Any type of factory automation can benefit from pneumatic componentry,” says John Halvorsen, SMC Corporation’s director of marketing. “Pneumatic components offer a number of advantages, but the most important is that they are simpler."
    SMC Corporation of America was founded in 1977, initially selling only a small line of components. Through long-term relationships and working closely with their customers, the company has diversified its product line to include temperature controls and sensors.
    "If we can offer customers other products they can reduce their number of suppliers and we can cover our R&D expenses and continue to innovate,” says Halvorsen.
    SMC’s commitment to innovation continues to this day with its new line of energy efficient products to reduce their customers’ total operating costs.
    “We take a standard product the industry says is good enough and make it better,” says Halvorsen. “What makes SMC unique is we’re never satisfied with the quality of our products. We always want to make them better to provide the best value for our customers.”

  • 01:01

    HAdit.com Radio Show ASK BASSER Special 10 am eastern

    in Social Networking

    ASK Basser. Discussion about SMC S and SMC L Aid and attendance.

  • 00:30

    SMC Conversation 15

    in Social Networking

    Join the Social Media Editorial Board as they review Social Media Club Question of the Week #15 #SMCQ15 How do you know who to trust within the social media environment? http://bit.ly/SMCQ15

  • 01:00

    How Kids Can Be Safe On Social Media

    in Technology

    They're back!


    AK Stout and Deb Evans return to Social Geek Radio this week with guest Joe Yeager, Social Media Club Editorial Board Member at Social Media Club (SMC). SMC has over 300 chapters worldwide and strives to promote social media use both personally and professionally.


    Joe will share the history, vision and mission of Social Media Club and how you can get involved with your local chapter.


    Joe will also share his involvement keeping children safe on the Internet and how parents can:



    Prevent Cyberbullying
    Provide Kid-Safe Social Media Sites
    Understand Geo Tagging
    Decipher text message


    Follow AK, Deb and Joe on Twitter and join the conversation on Facebook! Don't forget to use the hashtag #socialgeekradio


    Social Geek Radio is sponsored by WebConjunction and Deb Evans Consulting. 

  • 00:31

    Carbon Fiber Marine Applications

    in Business

    Zoltek's VP of Engineering & Technology Bill Regan joins us to discuss some of the carbon-fiber products that his company will be showcasing at IBEX 2013 in Louisville.   Based in St. Louis, the company has received accolades for its low-cost carbon fiber sheet molding compound (SMC) product for automotive applications, and for its work in the wind-energy industry.    At IBEX, attendees can find out more about what carbon fiber has to offer to builders.