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Building on our recent conversation with Fox News Contributor Mollie Hemingway, Jeff welcomes Joe Fornieri, Professor of Political Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Director of the Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty, to the show for a discussion on the history of free speech and journalism in America. Their conversation stretches […]
All of our chefs have amazing culinary skills, but almost all of them specialize in a certain food culture or cuisine, and Chef Jake Driffil is definitely that way. He knows the art of Asian cuisine inside and out. In this episode of the Taste of Harmons Podcast, Chef Jake joins our hosts Chef Lesli Sommerdorf and Brandon Young to talk about all the different varieties of food that fall under the “Asian” category. Chef Jake also shares his “aha” moment, the day he realized that he wanted to make a career working in the food industry. You'll have to tune in to the podcast to learn what that moment was for him, along with all the amazing things you can experience and try that is considered “Asian” cuisine. Chef Jake Driffill discovered he had a love for food and cooking at the age of 10, while spending time making holiday desserts with his mother and grandmother. In 2002 he took a job as a line cook, and after learning some basics recognized the culinary arts as his pathway in life. He enrolled in the California Culinary Academy of San Francisco, where he learned cooking techniques from French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Latin American cuisines. For more information please visit https://www.harmonsgrocery.com Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarmonsGroceryStores/ Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/harmonsgrocery?igshid=6ir2kf3qy3jy For our podcast blog directory: https://www.harmonsgrocery.com/podcast-archive/ Be sure to check out HarmonsGrocery.com for all the latest delicious recipes at https://www.harmonsgrocery.com/recipes/
@Jamie Alter & @Vedant Rusty talk on topics ranging from Cricket to Parenting and everything in between. Jamie grew up in India as a 4th generation American and yes, that makes him an Indian. He is a cricket journalist, actor, YouTuber and a ‘Gora Indian'. His father, Tom Alter was a well-known actor who has worked with the likes of Satyajit Ray and Rajesh Khanna. He was known as ‘Blue-eyed saheb with impeccable Hindi' as his Hindi was as good as a UP resident, if not better. #jamiealter #storieswithrusty #podcast Follow the podcast for more such conversations with people from all walks of life. __ In this video (with TL;DR): Intro // 00:00 Life in lockdown // 01:29 Jamie and Rusty share their personal experiences about the lockdowns in 2020 and 2021 Introduction to Jamie // 04:25 Jamie introduces himself. Joining YouTube recently, he also shares the ‘bhaichara' and the love he has received from this closely-knit youtube community Jamie & India's Love for cricket // 07:52 Being a true Indian, the love for cricket runs in his veins. He talks about his introduction to cricket and how he made a career out of it. If you also wish to share your gyaan in cricket and other sports with the rest of the world, check out http://mytwocentsindia.com, founded by him Cricket journalism over the years // 14:25 Jamie has noticed a very big difference in 2008 and 2021 in sports journalism. “Tell me one channel, Hindi or English, which does regular shows on Cricket,” he asks Vedant. “The more important thing now is to report on the food in Jadeja's cricket,” Jamie shares disheartenedly while talking about why he left mainstream media. He also talks about monopolies and the role of social media in cricket reporting Switching careers to acting // 25:26 Visiting movie sets, theatres, veteran actors was what fascinated Jamie with that world. Being a son of a well-known actor also had its influence. He also shares his experience of acting in Afsos and how the pandemic derailed his future plans. With multiple deals and projects lined up, he is excited to try something new and start a new chapter in his life. Additionally, he shares his philosophy on ‘taking risks in life Jamie Alter on Creating content // 37:57 Jamie loves his new lifestyle. Being his own boss and doing whatever he wants to do and the choice of saying n0. He takes viewers' feedback seriously and tries to make videos which his viewers want to see. Reaction from colleagues, the role of family and life advice // 41:42 “Ye kaise kiya?” This is the question he is usually asked by his colleagues. “Kitna kama lete ho?”. Jamie also bursts the myth that being a creator on Youtube is a very lavish professional. He also shares lifestyle changes he has made. “Kisi bhi cheez ki saal-bhar membership mat lena” he advises the viewers. When asked how important family in the context of taking risks and leaving your comfort zone, he says, “Huge, Absolutely huge!” without blinking an eye. Jamie and Vedant agree on the fact that risk-taking should be influenced by an individual's situation, context and backing. Criticism and having a positive outlook to the future // 51:26 Jamie has been told that he has a very positive attitude. One reason for his positiveness, he believes, is that he has nothing between his ears. He believes that there is no point crying over spilt milk. He finds it annoying when people call him privileged or not Indian and drag his father's name through the mud as that is far from the truth. Life after becoming a parent // 57:47 Future of Jamie Alter // 01:00:53 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vedant-rusty/message
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We learn about Nicole Thomas-Kennedy, a leading candidate in the race for the Seattle city's attorney office. Buckle Up. Through a journalism site called Verify we learn what Joe Biden has in mind regarding your bank accounts. Day two of a Jewel Jones update and Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
On this episode of the NFT QT Show, QuHarrison Terry and Ryan Cowdrey sit down with Daisy Alioto, one of the founders of Dirt to discuss how NFTs will change journalism and written media. We cover topics such as:– How Dirt successfully funded their newsletter through an NFT sale– Ways we see independent journalists using NFTs to run their own media company– How Dirt envisions the future of their newsletter through the Dirtyverse– And SO much more (seriously, this is one of the best episodes yet)For more information on the topics discussed in this episode, head over to NFTQT.com
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Kinship Stories is a culture and art project featuring a piece's line of precious tribal adornments. Yasmine One-of-a-kind pieces include vintage and antique materials, often of museum quality. Experimenting with fusions of old and new, adding handmade work to the mix. Kinship Stories is committed to supporting local artisanship and fostering intercultural and understanding of otherness. RESOURCES Guest Websites: IG: @kinshipstories www.kinshipstories.comIG: @Espace_Fann| NY NOW :https://nynow.com | NY NOW Podcast Page:https://nynow.com/podcast | NY NOW Digital Market:https://nynowdigitalmarket.com
In 2014, Fortune magazine ran a cover story featuring Elizabeth Holmes: a blonde woman wearing a black turtleneck, staring deadpan at the camera, with the headline, “This CEO is out for blood.” A decade earlier, Holmes had founded Theranos, a company promising to “revolutionize” the blood testing industry, initially using a microfluidics approach — moving from deep vein draws to a single drop of blood. It promised easier, cheaper, more accessible lab tests — and a revolutionized healthcare experience. But it turns out that all those lofty promises were empty. There was no revolutionary new way to test blood. And now, years later, Holmes is being charged with 10 counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Two weeks into the trial, we're re-airing a conversation from 2018 between Brooke and John Carreyrou, host of the narrative podcast Bad Blood: The Final Chapter and the investigative journalist who exposed Holmes's alleged fraud.
The events of 9/11 spurred our nation into a war that now, 20 years later, is coming to an end. It's been a long time coming. Christian takes to the streets, inquiring every-day people about their initial reaction to the war's end, how they perceive the job of the administration in the Afghanistan evacuation, and how this middle eastern conflict will be remembered. There's a myriad of opinions, thoughts, and ideas about how things have gone, or how they should have gone, and where we all go from here. These are the voices of those around us, and they deserve to be heard. Episode 57.Show notes available on Substack Subscribe and find out more at bedletter.substack.com Follow Christian on Twitter Support the show (https://bedletter.substack.com/welcome)
The first episode of the fall season is officially here! Feels good to be back! I thought the best way to start off the podcast this fall is to talk to someone who has been working in journalism for over 15 years.Sriram Iyer is editor in chief of Business Insider India. He tells me why he chose the path of journalism versus the "traditional" Indian career path, how journalism has become a lot more discerning, and why journalist need to be more than just a one-trick pony in order to succeed today.We dive into how social media and "fake news" has affected journalism in India, his thoughts on how the Indian government has been trying to control online speech and content coming out of the country, why the concept of "hyper-personalization" has become an issue with the media industry, and if he himself is ever worried about publishing certain stories that could potentially be polarizing.We go over important topics such as cryptocurrency, the COVID crisis in India, and women in the workforce. I ask him about his growth strategy for the publication, why "labels are lazy", and who he ultimately would love to work with.Please also check out THE FUTURE OF WORK, hosted by Business Insider India, happening Sept 16th and 17th.https://fow.businessinsider.in/https://www.businessinsider.in/
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What is it about the news today that makes Americans so lose their minds? In this episode of FMC Fast Chat, we ask the expert: Dr. Benjamin Toff, Senior Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. Dr. Toff chats with us on the latest Trust in News survey results, and what it is about the news today that polarizes American audiences. Ok, politics and political leaders play a big role, but there's more to it than that: Generational differences, geography and even gender differences come into play. The study looks at attitudes about news in the US, UK, India, and Brazil and finds distrust isn't even the biggest problem the news media faces from today's public. Take a listen to find out more. This is the podcast of the Fair Media Council More About the Trust in News Project ABOUT DR. BENJAMIN TOFF Dr Benjamin Toff is a Senior Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute and leads the Trust in News Project. He retains a partial faculty appointment at the Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota. He studies public opinion, political communication, digital media, and changing journalistic practices. Among his projects in collaboration with the Reuters Institute is in-depth examination of “news avoidance” and infrequent news use among audiences in the UK and elsewhere. He is also working on a book manuscript focused on the use of public opinion surveys in news coverage of American politics. Dr Toff received his doctorate in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a bachelor's degree in Social Studies from Harvard University. He was a postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute from 2016-2017. Prior to his academic career, Dr Toff worked as a professional journalist, mostly as a researcher at the New York Times from 2005-2011. (SOURCE: Reuters Institute) ABOUT FAIR MEDIA COUNCIL The Fair Media Council is a 501c3 nonprofit organization advocating for quality news and working to create a media-savvy society. MORE: www.fairmediacouncil.org INTERESTED IN BEING A PODCAST GUEST? Send queries to firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Exactly 40 episodes ago in December 2020, freelance journalist in Colombia, Joshua Collins (@InvisiblesMuros) made his first appearance on the Colombia Calling podcast talking about the border region at Cucuta and with neighbouring Venezuela. So much has happened since then and we've collaborated on projects from Cucuta for the New Humanitarian and the Globe and Mail reporting on the tragedy of the Venezuelan migrants crossing into Colombia and making the journey South all the way to Chile in search of work. Collins has been busy, such is the life of a freelancer, and he gives us the lowdown this week on his adventures and travel to the region of Catatumbo, one of Colombia's most important coca growing regions. Here he discovers various things but you'll have to tune in to hear more. We also discuss the protests in Cali, police brutality in Colombia, disappearances and finally his new project with other journalists: Pirate Wire Serices https://piratewireservices.substack.com/
How does data visualization work for journalism? What can we learn from it as statisticians? Today, we will be talking about data visualization in journalism with Irene. She has worked for BBC so she has a background with journalism and we will learn from her perspective.
Highlights: CNN, the most distrusted name in fake news, is the latest far-left outlet to admit that Donald Trump is indeed running what they're calling a shadow presidency.”“President Trump was indeed being briefed and updated on the Kabul situation by former white house officials including former CIA director and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.”“Trump wasn't just treated with a hero's welcome by New York's finest, he was treated as the true president of the nation.”“Biden was being mocked and ridiculed and jeered and it got even worse. At some point during the ceremony, Biden actually pulled down his mask and yelled at someone across the way during the 9/11 memorial visit.”“Back in 2020, the Nieman Foundation of Journalism at Harvard University predicted that the ratings that Trump gave to the media for the last 4 years were going to put renewed pressure on media organizations to keep Trump on the forefront of their news coverage and in so doing they would inadvertently aid in giving President Trump a new sort of shadow presidency.”“I don't think it's merely the press or the mainstream media that has the power to create this perception of Trump running a shadow presidency, I think these guys at Harvard totally underestimate just how pathetic and utterly embarrassing Biden would be and how the perception of the people would be the ones dictating to the press who they believe to be the real president of our nation.” Timestamps: [02:47] CNN admitting that Trump is running a shadow presidency[04:00] How Trump was updated to Kabul situation[05:05] Trump's surprise visit to New York Police and firefighters on 9/11[06:13] How Biden is being mocked during 9/11 memorial visit and the anti-Biden chant at college football across the nation[10:04] Why so many believe Trump is running a shadow presidencyResources: Ep. 613 TRUMP IS RUNNING A SHADOW GOVERNMENT!!!Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here:https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeThank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
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For Canadians, it was a revelation that seemingly came out of nowhere: the confirmation back in May of over 200 unmarked graves at Kamloops, BC, thought to be the remains of young people who decades ago attended one of Canada's nearly 140 Indian Residential schools. Children who never got to go home to the families from whom they'd been forcibly removed. But if this first came to light late spring, why discuss it now? Because what began as some 200-odd graves has since multiplied to well over 1,000—with more, perhaps many more, expected. Many Canadians professed shock back in May. Has their concern grown in step with the number of confirmed dead? Has it translated into a substantively different approach to the urgent needs of Indigenous kids alive today? Why did it take literal radar to put these crimes on Canadians' political radar? Joining host/producer Rick Harp to discuss these questions and more are Kim TallBear, professor of Native Studies at the University of Alberta as well as Rogers Chair in Journalism at the University of King's College Trina Roache. // CREDITS: Our opening and closing theme is 'nesting' by birocratic.
Squiz Kids is a free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short weekday podcast, created here in Australia, that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour. ‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent) This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them. LINKSDylan Alcott wins Golden Slamhttps://wwos.nine.com.au/tennis/us-open-dylan-alcott-wins-golden-slam-with-win-over-niels-vink/229bf0b1-f6c8-4d13-9510-e695ba267ab6The Arc de Triomphe, wrapped: https://christojeanneclaude.net/timeline/Christo and Jeanne-Claude's website with major works: https://christojeanneclaude.net/press/major-projects/Whales feeding frenzyhttps://www.instagram.com/p/CTwFpwMDYC0/Masked Singer Trailerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAr9oZpNrL8Dannii Minoguehttps://www.danniiminogue.com/Squiz Kids Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/squizkids/?hl=enGot a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at email@example.comSquiz Kids is proudly supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Your Local Library as a Key Resource to Your Business Development Efforts? You Bet! Many of us overlook one of the most useful resources in every local community to assist us in not only reading pleasure but job search and, yes, business development for entrepreneurs. Our host, Steve Eschbach, had the distinct pleasure to share some time with Lindsay Harmon, a very good friend and networking colleague that effective July is a Business Reference Librarian at the Nichols Library in Naperville (one of three in this town). I reacquainted myself with the local library in 2014 when I was an executive in transition and since starting another business two years later I was hooked as to how valuable a resource this is for all things business development. At your disposal are more than a dozen software platforms to research and analyze companies, fine tune your LinkedIn profile and technical skills with the Microsoft Office suite, gather industry and demographic research as well as read such high profile publications as the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal. Not only that, Lindsay and her staff are more than willing to set up time to meet with you (you do not need to be a Naperville resident to do so, but being a Naperville resident does get you a library card where access to their system's software can be accessed in your home or office) and they are involved in a number of programs to assist business owners at various stages of their development. Listen to our video podcast to learn more. Lindsay has been a librarian since 2007 (Lewis University up until 2018 and here in Naperville since then) and has the following degrees: MLIS, Library Services from Dominican University; Certificate in Publishing from the University of Denver; and Bachelor of Arts in English and Journalism from the University of Iowa. Her LinkedIn profile can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindsaydharmon/. The Business Lounge will be bringing you business advice and conversations from real entrepreneurs on real experiences that we have throughout our businesses. Each week, we welcome a guest from a variety of industries to join us in our conversations about the business world. Let us know what you want to see next! To get in touch with our hosts and for more information on how to join the Business Lounge and be a guest, visit https://www.oflaherty-law.com/seize-your-business visit https://www.oflaherty-law.com/business-lounge-tv/on-purpose-growth or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get in touch with our host: Steve Eschbach - Transworld Business Advisors of Naperville email@example.com 312-550-9965 Follow us on our social accounts to stay connected with all things Business Lounge! - Website: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/business-lounge-network - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessLoungeNetwork/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seizeyourbusiness-com *None of the content in The Business Lounge series is intended as paid legal advice.
Evy Poumpouras is a former Secret Service Special Agent who worked the protective details for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, President George W. Bush, William Clinton, and George H. Bush. She worked complex criminal investigations and undercover operations, executed search and arrest warrants, and investigated both violent and financial crimes. Additionally, Evy was an interrogator for the agency's elite polygraph unit and trained by the Department of Defense in the art and science of lie detection, human behavior, and cognitive influence. Evy is a multi-platform journalist and host who frequently appears on NBC, MSNBC, CNN, and ABC. She is the author of the best-selling book Becoming Bulletproof: Protect Yourself, Read People, Influence Situations, Live Fearlessly. https://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Bulletproof-Influence-Situations-Fearlessly/dp/1982103752 Outside of her role as a journalist, Evy is a TEDx speaker and international advisor whose expertise is sought worldwide. She has been a keynote speaker for NASDAQ, SOCOM, Yankee Stadium Series, United Technologies, Corcoran Group, Tyco, Skanska, Red Door Spa, amongst many others. She is an Adjunct Professor for The City University of New York where she teaches criminal justice and criminology. Evy holds a Master of Science from Columbia University in Journalism, a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Affairs from Hofstra University. She is also a former New York City Police Academy recruit, and a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Secret Service Academy, and the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute. https://athleticgreens.com/clearedhot https://mtntough.com/clearedhot https://feals.com/clearedhot https://betterhelp.com/clearedhot
When terrorists struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 a small fleet of boats on a rescue mission converged on lower Manhattan. In one of the less told stories of 9/11, on those vessels—which ranged from ferries to tug boats to boats that host dinner cruises—mariners carried to safety almost half a million people. Saved at the Seawall: Stories From the September 11 Boat Lift (Cornell UP, 2021) by Jessica DuLong with a foreword by Mitchell Zukoff, tells their story. DuLong brings to this book her own skills as a journalist and her experiences as the chief engineer on the 1931 New York City fireboat John J. Harvey, a historic preservation project that was called back into service on September 11 to fight the fires around the World Trade Center. Saved at the Seawall is more than a book about September 11. It is a story of work, New York Harbor, and how the skills and mindsets that mariners developed over many years were summoned up on a terrible morning. Together, they pulled off the largest waterborne evacuation in history—larger than the evacuation at Dunkirk in World War II. Drawing on her own experiences, her reporting and the writing of Rebecca Solnit, DuLong argues that the story of the maritime rescue operations on September 11 is not one of heroes or superhuman powers, but of “pragmatism, resourcefulness and simple human decency.” The mariners who stepped up in the middle of the catastrophe, she concludes, embodied the best of our individual and collective possibilities. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University-Newark, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
When terrorists struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 a small fleet of boats on a rescue mission converged on lower Manhattan. In one of the less told stories of 9/11, on those vessels—which ranged from ferries to tug boats to boats that host dinner cruises—mariners carried to safety almost half a million people. Saved at the Seawall: Stories From the September 11 Boat Lift (Cornell UP, 2021) by Jessica DuLong with a foreword by Mitchell Zukoff, tells their story. DuLong brings to this book her own skills as a journalist and her experiences as the chief engineer on the 1931 New York City fireboat John J. Harvey, a historic preservation project that was called back into service on September 11 to fight the fires around the World Trade Center. Saved at the Seawall is more than a book about September 11. It is a story of work, New York Harbor, and how the skills and mindsets that mariners developed over many years were summoned up on a terrible morning. Together, they pulled off the largest waterborne evacuation in history—larger than the evacuation at Dunkirk in World War II. Drawing on her own experiences, her reporting and the writing of Rebecca Solnit, DuLong argues that the story of the maritime rescue operations on September 11 is not one of heroes or superhuman powers, but of “pragmatism, resourcefulness and simple human decency.” The mariners who stepped up in the middle of the catastrophe, she concludes, embodied the best of our individual and collective possibilities. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University-Newark, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) He can be reached at email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Marshall Allen is a journalist who investigates why we pay so much for healthcare here in America, while simultaneously we receive so little in return. He is the author of “Never Pay the First Bill: And Other Ways to Fight the Health Care System and Win” and he is also the founder of Allen Health Academy, which produces a curriculum of short on-demand videos to equip and empower employees to navigate the healthcare system. Marshall has been investigating the healthcare industry for 15 years, including over a decade at ProPublica. He also teaches investigative reporting at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. We highly recommend that you listen to this episode if you're looking for practical ways to reduce how much you're spending on medical costs! During this episode we enjoyed a Fade Away by Cruz Blanca Brewery - thanks to Dennis and our friends at the brewery for donating this one to the podcast! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
When terrorists struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 a small fleet of boats on a rescue mission converged on lower Manhattan. In one of the less told stories of 9/11, on those vessels—which ranged from ferries to tug boats to boats that host dinner cruises—mariners carried to safety almost half a million people. Saved at the Seawall: Stories From the September 11 Boat Lift (Cornell UP, 2021) by Jessica DuLong with a foreword by Mitchell Zukoff, tells their story. DuLong brings to this book her own skills as a journalist and her experiences as the chief engineer on the 1931 New York City fireboat John J. Harvey, a historic preservation project that was called back into service on September 11 to fight the fires around the World Trade Center. Saved at the Seawall is more than a book about September 11. It is a story of work, New York Harbor, and how the skills and mindsets that mariners developed over many years were summoned up on a terrible morning. Together, they pulled off the largest waterborne evacuation in history—larger than the evacuation at Dunkirk in World War II. Drawing on her own experiences, her reporting and the writing of Rebecca Solnit, DuLong argues that the story of the maritime rescue operations on September 11 is not one of heroes or superhuman powers, but of “pragmatism, resourcefulness and simple human decency.” The mariners who stepped up in the middle of the catastrophe, she concludes, embodied the best of our individual and collective possibilities. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University-Newark, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Introducing our newest podcast: Worth Noting! Hosted by Matthew Winner, join in each week for a look at what's going on in the world and how it impacts you and others.A Kids Podcast About Current Events. We know the news can be heavy. World events can be confusing. But no one should miss out on history as it's being made. It's not always easy to know how to talk about what's going on in the world or even to know where to start. Join us each week for a look at what's going on in the world and how it impacts you and others. From scientific breakthroughs to historic achievements. From political upheaval to social justice. It's all worth noting.Subscribe to Worth Noting wherever podcasts are found, or by visiting akidsco.com. Links:Change the Mascot (accessed August 23, 2021)Twitter thread from @ChangeDCMascot (accessed August 23, 2021)Sources consulted:“Study finds only harmful effects from Native-themed mascots“ (Indian Country Today, June 15, 2020)“Mascots honor an Indian who never was“ (Indian Country Today, July 13, 2020)“Cleveland's baseball team goes from Indians to Guardians” (Indian Country Today, July 23, 2021)“Cleveland Indians and 14 Other Sports Teams That Dumped Racist Names and Mascots (Photos)“ (The Wrap, July 23, 2021)“The long road to a reckoning on racist team names” (Vox, July 28, 2021)
Squiz Kids is a free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short weekday podcast, created here in Australia, that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour. ‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent) This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them.LINKSBruce the beakless birdhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbARqC8g2xQMasked Singer Trailerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAr9oZpNrL8Dannii Minoguehttps://www.danniiminogue.com/Squiz Kids Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/squizkids/?hl=enGot a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at email@example.comSquiz Kids is proudly supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Στο 21ο επεισόδιο του podcast «Οι Κυριακές του Κόσμου» με τον Νίκο Παναγιώτου και τον Χρήστο Α. Φραγκονικολόπουλο και καλεσμένους δυο συμμετέχοντες της Thessaloniki International Media Summer Academy, συζητάμε με τον Leonardo Del Fanti μεταπτυχιακό φοιτητή του αγγλόφωνου προγράμματος του Τμήματος Δημοσιογραφίας και ΜΜΕ του ΑΠΘ και τον Javidan Aghayev μετέχοντα στη Thisam από το Αζερμπαϊτζάν. Θέμα μας η Δημοσιογραφία και Επικοινωνία ανά τον κόσμο, εντυπώσεις από τη διεθνή θερινή ακαδημία. H Thessaloniki International Media Summer Academy είναι μια διεθνή πρωτοβουλία που οργανώνεται από το Εργαστήριο Ειρηνευτικής Δημοσιογραφίας του Τμήματος Δημοσιογραφίας και ΜΜΕ του ΑΠΘ και της Έδρας JeanMonet για την Ευρωπαϊκή Δημόσια Διπλωματία. Την πρωτοβουλία υποστηρίζει η ATHENS VOICE.
Michael A. Goodman has worked for the Church Educational System since 1989 and was the manager of CES College Curriculum before joining the Brigham Young University Church History and Doctrine department in 2007. He was recently appointed as associate publications director for the Religious Studies Center. Michael holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism with Public Relations, a Master's degree in Information Technology, and a PhD in Marriage, Family, and Human Development. He is a coinvestigator on the Family Foundations of Youth Development longitudinal research project, focused on adolescent and family faith development and mental health outcomes with a special emphasis on suicidality. Michael is married to Tiina Anita Goodman. Highlights 1:55 BYU Eternal Families course chair and online curriculum author. 4:10 How does BYU teach the doctrine of Eternal Families? Courses based on doctrine with some social science mixed in. Eternal principles and daily principles taught (money, sexuality etc) 5:50 We don't have to convince BYU students that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints values families, but they don't often know why. 8:30 D&C 131 and 132. The Degrees of Glory and importance of eternal families 10:40 The Family: A Proclamation to the World. Quotes document. 11:40 President Oaks Quote: “Our theology begins with Heavenly Parents. Our greatest aspiration is to be like them.” “The purpose of mortal like and the mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is to prepare the sons and daughters of God for their eternal destiny- to become like our Heavenly Parents.” 13:35 Divine Identity and Divine Destiny... as children of God. 15:45 Mother in Heaven: foundational doctrine. 16:35 When speaking to single adults after the foundation has been laid, what do you say next? …Well someday?!? NO! Acknowledge their pain and the issues they face. 17:45 Neil L. Anderson quote: “We will continue to teach the Lord's pattern for families, but now with millions of members and the diversity among those in the church we need to be more thoughtful and sensitive. Our church culture and vernacular are sometimes quite unique. The primary children are not going to stop singing “Families can be Together Forever” but when they sing “I'm so happy when Daddy comes home” or “With father and mother leading the way..” Not all children will be singing about their family.” 20:50 What do we need to know Now, to feel joy Now? 4 overarching principles: No one denied any promised blessing because of something outside of their control. YOU, are included in the plan of salvation, and because of that inclusion there is hope Heavenly Father will not abrogate agency. God loves us with a perfect love and will do anything in his power to exalt us. Through the grace of Christ, Heavenly Father can provide solutions to those things outside our control (24:51) 26:04 Quote President Kimball: “ We promise you that in as far as eternity is concerned, NO soul will be deprived of rich and high and eternal blessings for anything which they could not help. That the Lord never fails in his promises. Every righteous person will eventually receive ALL to which they are entitled and have not forfeited through an fault of their own.” 28:15 Stay covenant connected. 28:30 Quote President Nelson: Through no failing of their own “they” deal with the trails of life alone. May we all be reminded that in the Lord's own way and time no blessing will be withheld from his faithful saints. The Lords will judge and reward each individual according to their heartfelt desires as well as deeds.” 29:45 It's ok if you aren't the “ideal”family yet… Richard G. Scoot quote and discussion. 31:55 Live relationally now! Live Familialy. 33:10 None of us are broken, just in process. 33:55 Kurt- as a leader- “I won't deny callings based on marital status” Few callings have any sort of marital qualification.
This special episode features a podcast recorded and produced by retired U.S. Army officer Thomas Brouns for a Military Veterans in Journalism podcast workshop. Brouns, who served 10 rotations in Afghanistan, shares his correspondence with Mohammad, one of five Afghan translators he supported in his effort to secure a special immigrant visa. Brouns said he wondered what Mohammad thought of the unfolding crisis in Afghanistan. His curiosity led him to contact Mohammad, and through Messenger, they exchanged updates, thoughts and the trials and tribulations that Mohammad dealt with while trying to get his family safely out of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. This is their story. Next episode airs Oct. 1: Drew Lawrence talks to War Horse managing editor Kelly Kennedy about obeying and questioning authority as a military veteran and journalist.
This past week left us with some interesting stories, starting with El Salvador adopting Bitcoin as it's national legal tender. Along with that, Rolling Stone published an Ivermectin article so false, the hospital they "reported on" had to make a statement to refute the lies. Peter Boghossian has finally had enough working for the woke at Portland State University, and put in his resignation. Lastly, Australia is testing new applications that blatantly invade your privacy. Episode 56. Show notes available on the Substack Subscribe and find out more at bedletter.substack.com Follow Christian on Twitter Support the show (https://bedletter.substack.com/welcome)
Special Guests. New Merch. No Net. After 3 years of hard work, controversy, love, and filth-- we celebrated with a 200th Episode of Conservatish LIVESTREAM Tues. 9/7!!! Hosted by Me and my Wifey Mike Harlow, feat. special guests and NEW MERCH!
Twenty years after the Twin Towers came down, we're still wrestling over how to make sense of what happened. On this week's On the Media, how the conspiracies birthed in the aftermath of 9/11 set the stage for the paranoia to come. Plus, how Afghanistan's thriving new media scene hopes to survive Taliban rule. And, how Ivermectin became politicized. 1. Tolo founder Saad Mohseni [@saadmohseni] on the mounting threat to journalism in Afghanistan. Listen. 2. NYTimes television critic James Poniewozik [@poniewozik] on the documentary styles used to remember 9/11. Listen. 3. OTM's Micah Loewinger [@MicahLoewinger] reports on the legacy of Loose Change. Listen. 4. Mother Jones senior editor Kiera Butler [@kieraevebutler] on how Ivermectin became so politicized. Listen.
Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, a major event happened in the United States in New York City, the effects of which we are still confronting today. That event is Worth Noting.Links:9/11 Memorial and Museum (accessed September 1, 2021)“Talking to Children about Terrorism“ (9/11 Memorial & Museum, accessed September 1, 2021)Sources consulted:“September 11 Attacks” (History.com, accessed September 1, 2021)“9/11 Timeline” (History.com, accessed September 1, 2021)“Never Forget (Political Phrase)” (Military.Wikia.org, accessed September 1, 2021)“Muslims and Islam: Key findings in the U.S. and around the world“ (Pew Research Center, August 9, 2017)“New estimates show U.S. Muslim population continues to grow“ (Pew Research Center, January 3, 2018)
A 9/11 Widow on the 20th Anniversary and Why the Killers of 3000 Have Yet to Be Put on Trial | Biden's Foreign Policy of Pragmatism and Realism | The Republican Party as the Party of the Confederacy backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia
This time on Open Stacks we hear from Philip Leventhal, editor at Columbia University Press and veteran Co-opian, about the history of the famous Front Table catalog, in its print and digital forms. Then we head to the Front Table (the actual table) for some recent titles on underground transformation. Philip Leventhal is Senior Editor at Columbia University Press, acquiring titles in Journalism, Film and Media Studies, and Literary Studies. He also worked at the Co-op for many years, and was the managing editor of The Front Table, the Co-op's print catalog and newsletter. Last year we revived The Front Table as a digital publication, featuring bookseller recommendations and notable titles, author interviews, news and numbers from the Co-op, and much more. You can read every issue of the digital Front Table here, and find many of the original print issues on display in the vestibule leading into the Co-op. Thanks to our Children's Marketing Manager, Thulasi, for sharing a passage from Inkheart for this episode, released only a week or so after the re-opening of 57th Street Books for in-person browsing. We'd love to hear something wonderful you've read recently. Find instructions for recording yourself and sharing your reading with us here. Open Stacks is hosted by Alena Jones and produced by Jackson Roach. This episode features music by Blue Dot Sessions, Loyalty Freak Music, Daniel Birch, Joni Void, and LJ Kruzer. Find a list of every book mentioned in this episode here.
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You probably didn't read the recent United Nations IPCC 4,000 page report on global warming impacts. But you definitely saw the media headlines about it screaming, "A Code Red for Humanity!" But the report did not predict any catastrophic, extinction level events, and if you ask Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, it was actually quite reasonable. Bjorn returns to break down what the report actually says, the truth about heat wave and hurricane trends, and give reasons why we can all be optimistic about Earth's future. Dr. Bjorn Lomborg is president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, and visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. The Copenhagen Consensus Center is a think-tank that researches the smartest ways to do good. For this work, Lomborg was named one of TIME magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. His numerous books include "False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet", "The Skeptical Environmentalist", "Cool It", "How to Spend $75 Billion to Make the World a Better Place", "The Nobel Laureates' Guide to the Smartest Targets for the World 2016-2030" and "Prioritizing Development: A Cost Benefit Analysis of the UN's SDGs". Follow Dr. Lomborg on Twitter at @BjornLomborg.
By way of introduction to the person who will be sitting in for Brooke for a few weeks, we are revisiting our interview about "Spotlight." The 2015 movie depicts the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation that uncovered the systemic sexual abuse and widespread cover up in the Catholic church. Brooke spoke with Walter Robinson, who headed the investigation and is played by Michael Keaton in the film, and Sacha Pfeiffer, who was one of the four reporters on the team and is played by Rachel McAdams and who is.....drumroll, going to guest-host OTM! You're in safe hands, listeners.
Priya Sridhar is an Emmy-award winning political reporter and host of "Politically Speaking", a weekly political show that airs on Sundays on NBC 7. She comes to NBC San Diego from KPBS where she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in host for the station's radio and television programs. Prior to San Diego, Priya worked as an investigative and general assignment reporter for the CBS affiliate in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to local news, Priya has worked as a White House correspondent and morning show co-host in New York City for Arise News, a 24 hour international news channel headquartered out of Nigeria. She has also worked as a Washington correspondent and anchor for RT and went on to work for that channel as a South Asia bureau chief and correspondent posted in New Delhi, India. She began her career at the NBC affiliates in Maine and has also worked at the Associated Press in Chicago. Priya received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and History from Bowdoin College and a master's degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Some of the most impactful stories she's covered in her career include the aftermath of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri for the Associated Press and the historic 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria. Priya is originally from outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She is an officer in the United States Navy Reserve and fell in love with San Diego through her work in the Navy. She is the co-President of Asian American Journalists Association San Diego and on the board of directors for Military Veterans in Journalism.