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Fresh "Radio" from San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:44 min | 4 min ago

Fresh "Radio" from San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"And Amma was found in a no time ace, a truck yard Wasn't Trump looking at a potential pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. We've got your traffic and your updated forecast, which does include some Santa Ana winds could be the weekend to watch. You know what's gonna happen out there. Weather wise, that's in three minutes on San Diego's Morning news. Kogo news time is 6 17 Marilyn Hiders Coronavirus Daily Report. One in every five hospitals in the U. S could face staffing shortages this week week days a 23 A. M and 6:23 p.m., North Dakota, Missouri and Wisconsin face the most severe issues news radio 600 Kogo. Has said here for San Diego's own solar tech and we've been talking about the Senate and the winds in the forecast starting tomorrow night, and you know California's rolling blackouts. Wildfires public safety power Shut off May cause your power to go out for extended periods of time. You can minimize your reliance on the utility..

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Duchess of Sussex reveals she had miscarriage in the summer

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

Duchess of Sussex reveals she had miscarriage in the summer

"The Duchess of Sussex who's your field she had a miscarriage in July given the personal account of the traumatic experience in hope of helping others Meghan has described the miscarriage in an opinion piece in The New York Times writing on you as I clutch my first born child that I was losing my second the former Meghan Markle and husband prince Harry have an eighteen month old son Archie the Duchess says she is sharing her story to help break the silence around an old two common tragedy early this year the couple announced they were quitting royal duties and move into North America citing what they said was the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes of the British media Charles Taylor this month London

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Iran's president hopes Biden unravels Trump's Iran policies

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 hrs ago

Iran's president hopes Biden unravels Trump's Iran policies

"Iran's state TV says Iran's president has reiterated his hope president elect Joe Biden will return America's Iran policy the way he left things as vice president four years ago and return to Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers Hassan wani says if Iran and the U. S. confined to pop back to the situation on January twenty twenty seventeen president Donald trump's inauguration day it could be a huge solution for many issues and problems under trump tensions between the US and Iran have escalated Ronnie has called on by admin to explicitly condemn trump's maximum pressure campaign as well as compensate for wrong policies pursued over the last four years a possible reference to the massive financial losses Iran has suffered as a result of trump's sanctions campaign I'm Charles Taylor this month

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WHO: virus figures drop in some regions

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 hrs ago

WHO: virus figures drop in some regions

"The World Health Organization says the corona virus pandemic has slowed in the past week although death rates continue to rise with more than sixty seven thousand new deaths recorded the U. N. health agency says in his latest update that even though there's a downward trend in the number of infections in Europe the region's still has the biggest proportion of new cases and deaths globally WHN notes Africa has the highest increase in new cases and deaths this week driven by South Africa Algeria and Kenya in the past week the number of new York cases has dropped by about six percent off to a ten percent decline the previous week suggesting lockdowns across the continent all respectively slowing transmission I'm Charles there this month

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Chicago police officer found dead inside South Side home

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 4 hrs ago

Chicago police officer found dead inside South Side home

"An investigation is underway after Chicago police officer was found dead in his South side home yesterday. It was a police procession from Titus Moore's home on South Wabash to the medical examiner's office. A relative conducted a well being check and found more unresponsive. There were no signs of trauma. The Superintendent David Brown, issued this statement. It is with a heavy heart that the Chicago Police Department learned today that an active department member passed away. I ask that you keep his family in your prayers, and I offer my sincerest condolences to his loved ones and co workers.

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UK government to set out spending plans amid aid fears

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 hrs ago

UK government to set out spending plans amid aid fears

"Britain's treasury chief is being urged to resist schools the cost money for overseas aid as he prepares to unveil the damage to public finances what by the corona virus pandemic rishi sooner will tell lawmakers the deterioration the public finances has been worse than at anytime since wartime but now is not the time he'll say to announce widespread spending cuts or tax rises figures show the country's debts pile is around two point seven trillion dollars taking it over one hundred percent of annual national income concerns have mounted the government is about to abandon its commitments to overseas aid some in the conservative government all game for a reduction in the commitment Charles Taylor that's not London

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 Americans Could See First Batch of Vaccines By Mid-December

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 hrs ago

Americans Could See First Batch of Vaccines By Mid-December

"The nation's governors are being told to expect the first doses of a covert nineteen vaccine to arrive in their states by the middle of next month Ohio governor Republican Mike DeWine announced that after discussions with the White House Ohio could see its first batch of thousands of vaccine doses by December fifteenth with fresh supplies arriving every few days after that he says Ohio will first get visors formulation and then the vaccine developed by mo Dern coming none too soon with virus cases skyrocketing help is on the way governor Jay Inslee a Democrat in Washington state says he's hearing December fifteenth two that is not going to be available to you know the majority of Washingtonians for some time after that it will be into the next year the plan is to start with health care workers and nursing home residents people who are frequently exposed to the virus as well as teachers and those with medical issues that put them at high risk I'm Jackie Quinn

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Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:40 min | 6 hrs ago

Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

"Found the 40% of those who sought food donations during the pandemic never had to in the past. CBS news correspondent Maria Via Real reports from Texas. All right, have a good thing, giving them out of work and out of food at me, Turkey at me, me these massive giveaways in Denver, Miami and Dallas have become the new lines of the times. It's crazy to see the love, you know. That we so desperately need beyond the holiday Feeding America projects more than 50 million Americans will have faced hunger in 2020 up from around 35 million before the pandemic. We have a happy Thanksgiving, The North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says. They're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that also helping hungry families. Loss of employment really hurt Brandy glass cow, lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and is scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx As the mother, you never want your kids to see you. Worry or panic, So it got a little hard and got a little questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas, More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year. Reality 17 year old Michael Glascow is now now facing facing right right now now I'm I'm trying trying to to graduate graduate and and get get a a job, job, so so that'll that'll help help like like with with bills bills and and stuff. stuff. It's It's a a wake up call for a generation coming of age. In the midst of a pandemic. Media Gabriel CBS

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CBS Sports Radio

00:20 sec | 7 hrs ago

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"Who have made it through the NFL over the last three or four years. Guys who I think Colin Kaepernick based on the merits. Much more deserving. Excuse me. Then they work, so it's a long way saying Enjoy Jares list. Tuned tomorrow. Pick off your turkey day with something a similar here during these overnight

UK Chancellor Sunak to Pledge $5.7 Billion to Help Unemployed Find Work

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:56 sec | 7 hrs ago

UK Chancellor Sunak to Pledge $5.7 Billion to Help Unemployed Find Work

"To announce today £4.3 billion of new funding to help unemployed people find work Blue Makes Charles Capel Has the preview now of Rishi soon Ax SPENDING REVIEW. Yoshitsune X plan includes nearly £3 billion out one million people find work on more money to increase the capacity of job centers. The U. K's unemployment rate increased to 4.8% in September, the highest level in four years. Jobs and skills are at the heart of soon X plan for the U. K's economic recovery from the pandemic. But he is also expected to announce investment in infrastructure on public services to stimulate the economy. Coronavirus related spending has driven the U. K's debt above £2 trillion for the first time on the chancellor has so far avoided commenting on potential tax rises in London, Charles Cable, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe We're gonna have

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Biden Transition Picks Up Pace

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Biden Transition Picks Up Pace

"President elect Joe Biden says that he wants to move quickly in working with the White House on getting a vaccine to the covered A vaccine a covert vaccine to the public. Meanwhile, CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian reports of Mr Biden today introduced some of his team. America is back flexing diplomatic muscle. President elect Joe Biden introduced the six members of his foreign policy and national security teams. They'll tell me what I need to know not what I want to know. And Mr Biden will now be up to speed on intelligence matters as President Trump finally signed off on sharing the Presidential Daily brief. The president elect's national security team includes the first Latino nominee for homeland Security secretary, the first woman to lead the intelligence community on the first climate envoy to have a seat on the National Security Council. Former secretary of state John Kerry, who vowed to rejoin the Paris climate accord your right to rejoin Paris on day one. And you're right to recognize That Paris alone is

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Massive unemployment fraud found in California prison system, prosecutor says

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:23 min | 7 hrs ago

Massive unemployment fraud found in California prison system, prosecutor says

"California has been sending unemployment checks to some of the state's most notorious serial killers under a fraud program so large that could hit a billion dollars As KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us the statewide taxpayer rip off was uncovered in San Mateo County. The fraud seems so easy. It couldn't possibly be true, but prosecutors say inmates would use real or fake names and real or fake Social Security numbers. The file claims in the names of Scott Peterson or Cary Stayner or 131 other death row inmates. $420,000 paid out so far to those claims 140 million so far paid the other bogus claims in jails and prisons. SAN Mateo County D A. S T. Wagstaff uncovered the tip of the iceberg by prosecuting 22 suspects, some of whom were already facing murder charges. But under Edie the rules those claims were still being paid. The money would keep coming. It was still coming. Even though we knew at that point, it was the massiveness of the DDT workload that prevented them from using any Having any ability to try and stem things like this. The name could have been George Washington, Abraham Lincoln. Nobody would've picked anything out. Plus, California doesn't have a system to crosscheck names against those deemed ineligible, he says. The really offensive part is hearing about all the out of work, people who could use those jobless benefits and knowing they're going to inmates across the state. Holic want

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Chicago Police Officer Found Dead At Home In West Chesterfield

WGN Programming

00:21 sec | 8 hrs ago

Chicago Police Officer Found Dead At Home In West Chesterfield

"Been Chicago police officer is under investigation after his body was found that his home yesterday morning CBD spokesman says the body was found just after 10 A.m. and a home in the West Chesterfield neighborhood procession of law enforcement vehicles followed the body from the home. The Cook County Medical examiner's office

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Dr Fauci on herd immunity

C-SPAN Programming

04:40 min | 9 hrs ago

Dr Fauci on herd immunity

"Dr. Fauci, what is herd immunity, and when do you expect the United States to get there? Well, herd immunity. You know, sometimes the the terminology is we use can confuse people. What herd Immunity means is that when you get a certain percentage Of the population that is protected against infection, either by natural infection, and we're not even close to herd immunity now as proven By the fact that we have had spikes in areas that have previous spikes, so the previous spike didn't prevent them from the subsequent spike. So herd immunity is when you get a large proportion of the population that's protected, which means those who are vulnerable and not either the vaccine doesn't work in them. They have a biggest susceptibility to getting adverse effects of an indelicate, eerie is consequence of the infection. The fact that you have so many people that are protected the virus. If you want to use a metaphor has no place to go. It's looking for vulnerable people, and most of the population is protected. That's how viruses die out. That's how we smashed measles. That's how we smashed polio. That's how we smashed smallpox. So that's the reason why you have an efficacious vaccine. You want to get his many people protected so that it's almost like if you have heard of strong animals. You see it in the movies about going into Africa and the beautiful scenery you see about herds of wildebeest or what have you You have the herd that's really strong. You have some weak ones in there. So when someone maybe the metaphorical lions trying to get in there and take care of the weak ones, the strength of the herd protects the vulnerable ones. That's what you mean by herd immunity. So it's a question of Two components and efficacious vaccine and getting as many people vaccinated as you possibly can. Those two combinations together, those two ingredients could protect everyone which gets to another important question that people keep asking. We've got to make sure we engage the community. To realize that the decision about the safety and the efficacy of the vaccine and the speed with which we did it. The speed was based on very exquisite scientific advances and an enormous amount of resource is that would put into operation warp speed to make this happen? There was no compromise of safety. Nor was there compromise of scientific integrity. Now we've got to get that was real. Yeah, the decision. I right, Go ahead. Now. Let me just say it. I didn't mean to interrupt this decision to say that this vaccine is safe and effective. The data were analyzed by a completely independent board. The Datum Safety Monitoring board, which in fact doesn't have to answer to the administration doesn't have to answer to the company. They're independent. They look at the data and they said in Both of those vaccines, both the Madonna and the and the Fiza that it is official efficacious and it's safe and to protect you, even against serious disease. Those data then get analyzed by career scientists that the FDA in association with an advisory committee that again is independent. When that decision is made. All of the data is going to be seen by scientists like myself and my colleagues, so the process is independent and it's transparent. So I know there's been a lot of mixed messages that maybe have come out. But one needs to appreciate that. This is a solid process. So when they say that the vaccine is safe and effective, if we want to protect the individual and all of our society, we should take the vaccine and I could tell you when my turn comes up. And the FDA says that this is safe and effective. I myself will get vaccinated and I will recommend that my family gets

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Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:36 sec | 9 hrs ago

Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon

"Today. The white house observed the longstanding holiday tradition president trump and first lady. Melania trump in the white house rose garden hosting the annual turkey pardoning ceremony sparing the lives of not one but two turkeys. We're here today. To continue a beloved annual tradition the official presidential pardon of very very fortunate turkey. Corn received an official presidential. Pardon in cobb will serve as an alternate both turkeys will spend the rest of their lives on a farm at iowa state university in washington. John decker fox news

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Biden Says His National Security Team 'Reflects That America Is Back'

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:14 min | 11 hrs ago

Biden Says His National Security Team 'Reflects That America Is Back'

"President elect Joe Biden has introduced his security team, stressing globalism the United States back to lead the world is the message and introducing the first slate of a security team today, Vice President elect Joe Biden pledged the ideals of globalism, multi nationalism, diversity, facts, experience and fresh thinking. And, of course, climate change calls from world leaders that I've had about 18 of over 20 so far. I'm not sure the exact number I've been struck by how much they're looking forward to the United States reasserted its historic role as a global leader and that they might go through all the remarks. Climate change. John Kerry, no country alone. Can solve this challenge. Yeah, And he said he'll have a seat at every table around the globe, The U. N ambassador nominee Linda Thomas Greenfield, spoke of the restoration of diplomacy and secretary of state nominee Tony Blinken. We can't solve all the world's problems alone. We need to be working with other countries. We need their cooperation. Hispanic H. H s secretary nominee, Alejandro My Arkus, director of National intelligence, The first woman April Haynes, Defense and Treasury to come formally, although Janet Yellen appears to have the Treasury job

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Seattle car tabs: Designate for bridges only

Tom and Curley

03:07 min | 15 hrs ago

Seattle car tabs: Designate for bridges only

"Tabs, right? We wanted to talk about car tabs and how In the Seattle City budget yesterday, the council budget that they passed there's that $20 extra car tabs. Just when we found out that car tabs you know what I 9 76 working. We were going to get a break from that. So Seattle added another 20 bucks. To their car tabs, but It was about what it was going to go for. So this was all page towards the end of the budget process. And essentially Lisa Herbold wanted it to be out there to cover some of the investments in bridge maintenance. Because Seattle got a terrible city audit, saying they should be spending 34 million or so a year on maintaining the bridges and which is, of course, a big deal because of the West Seattle Bridge right now and all of the other bridges. We're only spending the only spent 6.6 million a year. They're supposed to be spending 3 34. So you know, she said, Let Z do this. This 20 bucks car tabs of the wood. I think it would bring in 3.5 around million dollars next year and then double that for the years after so, But then they got all all mucky because of the last minute they wanted to say, You know what? Let's wait. Let's go ahead and have a stakeholder group get together and we'll see if we want to give it to the people who want to ride the transit and walk and bike. Um, you know, and or do we want to put into the bridges? So when this captivated yesterday, we obviously had issues with Lisa Herbold, who was concerned, concerned that the council is handing the decision of whether we should provide funding necessary to partially implement auditor recommendations to a stakeholder group who might decide that the fund should be used for other purposes. Now. Councilman's Camels Council member, Alex Peterson was also not very happy, disappointed. The initial proposal on the dedication of these resource is for bridge maintenance didn't go through. I will be voting in favor again today at the full council, but remain committed that if not this funding resource at the end of the stable or process. That this council continue to look for for ways to find additional resource is to meet the The greatness of funding goals outlined in the recent audit on four bridge maintenance on that this still be considered a potential source as we go through the community stakeholder process. So he wants to keep that on the table, even wrote an op ed. I believe about it in the times today, just like right got done with that vote and said, When I hadn't wrote it wrote it up, but he wouldn't He voted for it now. The other controversy here was Really? We're gonna add more taxes to people right now that Mork our tabs, But Lorena Gonzalez made this clear oaks through the end of the year will be paying $80 and their vehicle license fee is starting in 2021 that will be reduced to a total of $40. So this is not an increase. So that's because the $60 car tab that everybody pays in Seattle right now to pay for bus service expires at the end of the year, leaving the $20.1 that exists, and then that this new $20.1 so you're going from Haiti to 40 is what your point is. So it could

Spain to vaccinate workers and residents at nursing homes first

Here & Now

00:34 sec | 19 hrs ago

Spain to vaccinate workers and residents at nursing homes first

"Global coronavirus cases have now passed 59.5 million with more than 1.4 million deaths in the U. S. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University count nearly 12.5 million confirmed cases. And more than 258,000 deaths.

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Boston based non profit Team Harmony is working to eradicate hate & racism, one young person at a time

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 19 hrs ago

Boston based non profit Team Harmony is working to eradicate hate & racism, one young person at a time

"At the highest level in a decade. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports of Boston based nonprofit is trying to change that one young person at a time when international effort to engage the youth around the world in the battle against hate knowledge forms. That's the mission of team harmony, according to consultant Rick Rendon. Some people are out there producing stories on people in there. Cities and countries that are fighting the noble battle for racial and social justice. Tonight at 7 P.m. team Harmony will hold its youth produced monthly weapons sewed this month. We're focusing on the arts in the impact the arts have on racial and social justice. And we have celebrities from the music world as well as stories from around the world of individuals that have using the arts from over racial and Social justice. Thomas Cliffs, WBZ Boston's news radio.

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"radio" Discussed on TFE - Radio

TFE - Radio

03:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"radio" Discussed on TFE - Radio

"Of the sixty five or choose all of them. In case you miss it somewhere else and you will get a chance to listen to the sultry sounds of yours truly. Anyhow. I think that's it. I think that's done but sit for all the plugging there will be more sponsors coming up as the show goes on in progresses I hope that you enjoy this particular episode as this is the first one and I hope you come back here. Next week I hope that you do listen to the other shows that I do have to record and put up. That will also be a part of these This particular network as I said, it's will be t if you've Radio Trinidad which I will be recording actually right after this one, and then if you've radial wrestling were a talk, all things wrestling and as I mentioned to you Fi Radio Trinidad is all things Trinidad and Tobago in particular Trinidad itself. So. Thank you very much everybody for joining US I. Hope that you've really really liked what you hear and I hope that my voice doesn't know you annoy you till the point where you're like I. Don't WanNa. Hear this fucker again. And That's it. The. First ones in the books you know we're doolittle clapping. Yes. We are now got our first show in the books and we will definitely be joining you all again next week but for the next census shows will be in a moment. For those of you who want to learn about Trinidad or those of you who are my fellow Trinidadians stay tuned get ready to download another show because that will be the second show under the banner. As this on cotton uncensored, it will be considered the flagship show. But I want them all to be standouts by themselves? So t if you Radio Trinidad will be coming up in a short moment as I will start to record, and then of course, do all the good stuff to put it up there so that.

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"radio" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

WEB RADIO TODAY

05:41 min | Last month

"radio" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"I mentioned that after today's podcast if there will be just two more episodes left in season one. The next episode is going to be next week October 30th, and that'll be episode 27 and then I'm going to take sort of a holiday break until December 11th, when we release episode 12 or an episode 28 will be the last episode of season one and it's going to be a very special episode designed to drop right in the middle of the Christmas holiday season. The reason for that is because it will be a thirty minute guided positive imagery session designed to give you a break from the holiday stress and that 30-minute break, then we'll be there for you to use as many times as you want during the holiday season, you can take that episode and and play it whenever you want as many times as you want to help you relax and get away from the Holiday Rush all the activity and the stress that will be the last episode of season 1 episode 28 and it releases on Friday December eleventh. It's a standalone 30-minute got it positive imagery session. And if you're feeling stressed over the holidays, all you need to do is find a quiet perhaps darkroom close the door off your headphones on your ear pods in and drift away for thirty minutes of guided imagery. And then that episode number 28 will be the last episode as I mentioned of of season 1 season 2 of web radio today will begin on January 15th 2021. And that's when we will get back at it again working the web radio today disease-fighting and and fitness model that scheduled by the way is posted at Webb radiodisney.com. There will be those several weeks between next week's episode and the actual start of season two. I want to take a minute here to let you know how you can stay with us and maybe helped to bring some new listeners to the web radio Today podcast during the next few weeks. We have a web radio today Facebook page. I'm going to me that inactive and instead use my skips voice Facebook page to provide updates and and information to our web radio today list or so if you want to log Little web radio today on Facebook the best way to do that would be to follow my skips voice Facebook page, and then of course everything about web radio today located a web radio today. Com on the web. If you started listening to web radio today after the podcast got started earlier this year, November and December might be a good chance to go back and get caught up, especially everybody. If you haven't listened to those very early introductory episodes. I hope you'll take the time to do that towards the end of this year. That's episode 122 be three and three be I hope you listen to him. All of those episodes are right down here on the podcast and show notes page at Webb radio today, and if you want to read listen to some other episodes, I might have a suggestion here for you most of the important segments of each episode. They're broken out into what I call Audio burst and you can go to web radio today, Just click on the audio burst page. There are about forty audio burst on that page and most of them lasts less than 10 minutes all of our interval training workouts the web radio today guided imagery sessions. They're all right there on the audio burst page at Webb radio today. Com early everything we've talked about this season has been broken out into short audio segments that makes it easy for you because you don't have to listen to anything other than what those particular segments are about each of them each of those audio bursts. They stand alone as good faith fitness and fun segments the other cool thing about the audio birth. Page and also those introductory episodes they are perfect to recommend to friends who you might want to introduce to the web radio Today podcast. All the episodes all the audio bursts are at Webb radio today, and you can also find web radio today episodes available, wherever you get off podcast. I just one more note earlier today. I talked about loneliness being a health hazard for us older folks. I'm going to get into that in a lot of detail on next week's episode web radio today episode 27.

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"radio" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

WEB RADIO TODAY

05:39 min | Last month

"radio" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"If you want to do that work out again sometime. I've I've separated it as an audio burst and you can go to web-radio today.com click on the audio burst page and this work out. It'll be web radio today audio burst number 25, you can download it then and keep it and and do it whenever you want that audio burst song by the way at Webb radio today.com contains a lot of short segments from the various web radio today episodes sort of a web radio today Greatest Hits home page that page just has a lot of short segments from different web radio today episodes and you can listen to them right there on the web radio today audio burst page or you can download them and and listen to them whenever you want. And of course there there's no charge. Everything is free at Webb radio today.com that page contains all dead. Workouts we've done in the past the guided imagery sessions that we've done. They're all there on the audio burst page at.

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Don't know from the fourth letter of Captain. Mark landlubbers are conditioned to believe that the originators of an idea deserve exclusive rights to it. But these innovators are nothing but privateers granted a monopoly by the crown. Potential inventors are restricted from using their own property and forced to navigate a wilderness. A prohibited ideas these pattern. Monopolies are intellectual colonization this alliance of means between the crown and the private tears is not an alignment of ends. Both collude establish a permission culture in which everyone second guesses their own thoughts. Never sure which. Ideas are permissible to develop but their objectives are different. The crown aims to cripple dissenting opinion while privateers will only be satiated when all new ideas already fall under their monopoly. This scheme does not protect our information but seizes it and denies US access. The future belongs to individuals who think speak freely to create and share without reservation. Join the conversation at pirateswithoutborders dot Com free talk live. How dare you and who do you think you are? I mean it's my life. It's my business. I should be able to run how I want to and my customers should be able to make the choice for themselves as to whether or not they want to do business with me and should be able to make that choice based on the quality of my product or my reputation or the fact that I've got third party certification or whatever factors they deem important if I'm doing business and you don't trust me or you think I'm shady then you don't have to do business with me in fact you can tell other people what you think about my business in my practices and maybe they also will join you and not doing business with me with. There's no need for government regulations out there. The marketplace can handle third party certification of various different products and services to where people who are concerned about whether or not the business they're dealing with this trustworthy contract with a verifiable resource that indeed. This is a trustworthy individualized trustworthy company. That you're doing business with free. Talk Live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L..

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A little more this rotgut discriminating man. I like that so but it's the best I can do the moment. Yeah I think I will. Looks like you're GonNa make an after all. I was doubtful for a while. Then a mountain fell on me takes a little time. It's all right. Take all the time he won. Where am I? What is this place here and abandoned? She heard his cabin. I found it. Hold up here during the storm. My Name's Daniel Kerr. Did you dig me out of that? Snow A HANDFUL. At a time. You were under there three hours three hours. You fell by a boulder create an air pocket. That's how you managed to survive. Usually one slide will start another. You're risking your life to rescue me. Perhaps well how did you get me here carried you you quite a load? Why did you do it? Well after all I realize it was reverberation from my shot that causes the slide. I felt responsible. But why did you take the trouble to save me? I saw you deliberately shoot a man I know but you see when I mean from my gun to kill man. How pointed at him take game? Pull the trigger. Didn't occur to you that I'm the only witness to the murder you committed. Well that's true of course but that's beside the point. Well much obliged. I don't mention it now. See if I can russell. You bite eat March thirteenth nineteen sixty have gun will travel on. Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much or for whatever reason they just don't like it but great news. You're not stuck with at there is a choice. It's called Neta share and you could save so much. The typical savings for a family is five hundred bucks a month major.

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Says poisoning let taking any chances. Here's your bottle back. Mr Not all handed to that girl. That lovely girl though laugh. Yeah take it from me. If I ask you to drink it would you drank it. No and why not because it's poison. Why isn't a young woman? gave me this bottle a little while ago. Her name is Gabrielle. But there's no interest to you ladies and gentlemen wants to you Jio is another robot. May I have the bottle back ANCO. Would you drink from this bottle or a yes I would. Even though you know it's poison yes because I tell you to. Yes because you tell me to rank I you see ladies and Gentlemen Hey drank it grinding. But don't worry. Conclusion of suspense from January twenty eighth. Nineteen fifty-two comes up in four minutes. I'm Wyatt conscious listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite radio station. Thanks for joining us. Classic Radio Theatre Family and let me ask you a question. Did you sleep last night. Did you toss and turn. Could you just not get comfortable. He did then that that is one of the things that the my pillow does for you because part the bulk of the problem of not being able to get to sleep at night is because that doggone gone pillow you just can't get comfortable but with the my pillow I have the best sleep of my life. I'm the best health of my life. I do the best work. Could my life. And it's not for any reason other. The only thing that changed was my pillow. I have to tell you that.

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

20:36 min | 1 year ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"radio" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"radio" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"radio" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"On Siren Radio who needs radio therefore Christmas on Siren Radio and we're continuing on with a Christmas classic from the Love Actually Film. What can you believe? He was two thousand two. This came out show Christmases around. I'm me in wind. Go Chris <music>. Wait no smiles you talk to me and Chris. This will be no Casandra. The smart wind really.

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"radio" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"radio" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Samuel radio, celebrating the connection with our pets. On the phone with us is Allen cook the creator behind the brilliant pad. We'll let me get my chair. Just right chair wasn't sitting right there. Are you? Okay. Now how you ready to do this. How you doing? I'm doing fantastic. How are you guys? Very good. I wanted to get you on the horn because of this shelter program that you have. I want you to explain to listeners what it's all about. First of all, the brilliant pad, if you're a brand new listener to animal radio, and that's about the only way that you wouldn't know about it is this automatic potty system that lady bug uses religiously? Yes, she does. She trained to it so easily, and it's just made my life so nice, but I wanna talk to you about the shelter program. What's that all about? Well, we are giving away free product to shelters and animal rescues they can use them within their facilities point them in the homes of foster families or use them as fundraisers, and we also can provide postcards to bet go into adoption packets. They give everyone who adopts an animal from participating, shelter free brilliant pet. Okay. So if I'm working at a shelter right now and I think this would be a great opportunity for our. Shelter. What do I have to do in what will I get? But the best thing to do is go to our website, brilliant pad dot com. Forward slash shelters, all the information is there and what you can do or send us an Email to shelters at brilliant pad dot com. And tell us the name details of your.

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"radio" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"radio" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Samuel radio, celebrating the connection with our pets. On the phone with us is Allen cook the creator behind the brilliant pad. We'll let me get my chair. Just right chair wasn't sitting right there. Are you? Okay. Now how you ready to do this. How you doing? I'm doing fantastic. How are you guys? Very good. I wanted to get you on the horn because of this shelter program that you have. I want you to explain to listeners what it's all about. First of all, the brilliant pad, if you're a brand new listener to animal radio, and that's about the only way that you wouldn't know about it is this automatic potty system that lady bug uses religiously? Yes, she does. She trained to it so easily, and it's just made my life so nice, but I wanna talk to you about the shelter program. What's that all about? Well, we are giving away free product to shelters and animal rescues they can use them within their facilities point them in the homes of foster families or use them as fundraisers, and we also can provide postcards to bet go into adoption packets. They give everyone who adopts an animal from participating, shelter free brilliant pet. Okay. So if I'm working at a shelter right now and I think this would be a great opportunity for our. Shelter. What do I have to do in what will I get? But the best thing to do is go to our website, brilliant pad dot com. Forward slash shelters, all the information is there and what you can do or send us an Email to shelters at brilliant pad dot com. And tell us the name details of your.

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"radio" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"radio" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Collar essentially another way to talk radio but i guess the big difference on our as his ours is bike actually open and the idea of it is just meet basically meet meet on a local interface like like like eaten it and as long as your communications are there essentially it doesn't matter what reader you are it doesn't matter like interoperability shouldn't shouldn't be what modulation you use it gives you should be acknowledged stick to that end up in a ideology is something vergara really excited about where people can just come and build a project that as long as you talk in this way over say an api no one cares do what you at would you would everyone on the radio like whatever modulation scheme banned frequency whatever as long as you talk say this api your get we can all copy cannot communicate yet and i think it's important to note that when we say interoperability we don't just mean on the radio waves on our app it is interoperability doesn't mean that the eu can transmit multiple multiple radio modulations maybe they are incompatible from a or are an arf respective but on the back end through the internet or let's say you set up a ham a ham i'm not a backbone are fc don't even actually using it up but it's all based on i p and you can interact with each other on the on on an application level and transferred like like like your landline phone still talks to cell phones they are two very different technologies but they meet at a common layer in software and that's where we're bringing ham radio and i i like to point out kale because he does you keep using the term making contacts or data points and and that.

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"radio" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"radio" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"People or cars that might be in the area in the future for the may heading that way may be heading that way and when when they may connection with me again maybe this is hours later we make the connection go hey here's your data maybe it's a de mello are one email backer were or wet not and that that's that's a form of delay tolerant communication would extortion forward there is actually um there was actually m set satellites or december three satellites in general that used to have similar versions technology it's the old pack set back in the nineties and there were stories of people being in the middle of the sahara desert sending emails and and and in communicating within within into these really remote places uh by waiting for satellite passes and they would week you know half a day to get a get to get a root for replies now that's just one application of it but it is an example of where when you boil down the the ham radio versus the internet you will lose every time except in these places and when you look at uh when you look at applications while okay how can we apply ham radio endure fun things with it so that is a back country use of it and it's fine kind of like an eps use of it were in getting general data but then how will contesting change because we have automated systems because now you no longer just have text a text keyboard digital note now it is now we know your gps location we can make a verify connection because one of the things in hambur that's holding us back is the is the use of encryption for the lack of use of encryption invitation i agree that encryption is probably not uh applicable to ham radio but if we can authenticate over ham radio and and do that legally then if i make contact with you over digital radio we can verify very accurately that we are who we say we are and we can verify instantly that happen um so how will how will ham radio change based on these new of available abilities.

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