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Various Programs produced by wsRadio covering Business Advice, Family, Health,Sports, and more. Tune In, Listen, and Learn.

Various Programs produced by wsRadio covering Business Advice, Family, Health,Sports, and more. Tune In, Listen, and Learn.
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United States

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Various Programs produced by wsRadio covering Business Advice, Family, Health,Sports, and more. Tune In, Listen, and Learn.

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English

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866-977-2346


Episodes

12/4/2018 - Launching a Local Product

12/11/2018
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Today we discuss entering the local market with a twist: keeping an eye on the national market. We have two fantastic guests today: Les Kollegian, owner of Jacob Tyler Branding Agency, and Nick Apostolopoulos, owner of 619 Spirits. Nick is currently in the process of launching a special brand of vodka: 619 Vodka.

Duration:00:57:59

12/01/18 Occupational Therapy for Stroke Victims Part 2

12/3/2018
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Host Jack Warren is recovering from a stroke. Listen in, as he interviews his occupational therapist, Jacqueline Jensen, and discusses his treatment and recovery.

Duration:00:15:28

12/01/18 Occupational Therapy for Stroke Victims Part 1

12/3/2018
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Host Jack Warren is recovering from a stroke. Listen in, as he interviews his occupational therapist, Jacqueline Jensen, and discusses his treatment and recovery.

Duration:00:11:57

11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn't Read Part 4

11/28/2018
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The Literacy for All radio show devotes four segments to a conversation with John Corcoran, author and literacy advocate who is famously known as "the teacher who couldn't read." John, who, in 1987, as a teacher, at the age of 48, revealed his inability to read. Here he shares his history and the projects that he is engaged in that are making a difference in communities of need.

Duration:00:12:56

11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn't Read Part 3

11/28/2018
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The Literacy for All radio show devotes four segments to a conversation with John Corcoran, author and literacy advocate who is famously known as "the teacher who couldn't read." John, who, in 1987, as a teacher, at the age of 48, revealed his inability to read. Here he shares his history and the projects that he is engaged in that are making a difference in communities of need.

Duration:00:15:00

11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn't Read Part 2

11/28/2018
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The Literacy for All radio show devotes four segments to a conversation with John Corcoran, author and literacy advocate who is famously known as "the teacher who couldn't read." John, who, in 1987, as a teacher, at the age of 48, revealed his inability to read. Here he shares his history and the projects that he is engaged in that are making a difference in communities of need.

Duration:00:14:55

11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn't Read Part 1

11/28/2018
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The Literacy for All radio show devotes four segments to a conversation with John Corcoran, author and literacy advocate who is famously known as "the teacher who couldn't read." John, who, in 1987, as a teacher, at the age of 48, revealed his inability to read. Here he shares his history and the projects that he is engaged in that are making a difference in communities of need.

Duration:00:15:01

11/16/18 E-A-T Pray Love Your Digital Marketing Efforts

11/17/2018
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After a brief hiatus, Sam and Kevin return to the studio to discuss Google’s infamous August algorithm update. Specifically, how businesses can improve their Expertise, Authoritativeness & Trustworthiness score (or EAT score) to get their content favored on the web- all according to Google’s Search Quality Guidelines. In the first segment, you can hear Sam & Kevin discuss the details of EAT score and why financial, legal and medical industries were most impacted. How brands can build...

Duration:00:57:53

11/13/18 Common Knowledge, New Resume Project, and Traveling Stories Tents Part 4

11/14/2018
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Christelle Jones and Marie Lapointe talk about the work that Traveling Stories is doing in farmers markets to create reading opportunities for low-income children.

Duration:00:12:57

11/13/18 Common Knowledge, New Resume Project, and Traveling Stories Tents Part 3

11/14/2018
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Christelle Jones and Marie Lapointe talk about the work that Traveling Stories is doing in farmers markets to create reading opportunities for low-income children.

Duration:00:15:00

11/13/18 Common Knowledge, New Resume Project, and Traveling Stories Tents Part 2

11/14/2018
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Susan Clark, Founder/Director of the Common Knowledge Group shares information about her community education work and the New Resume Project.

Duration:00:14:55

11/13/18 Common Knowledge, New Resume Project, and Traveling Stories Tents Part 1

11/14/2018
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Susan Clark, Founder/Director of the Common Knowledge Group shares information about her community education work and the New Resume Project.

Duration:00:15:01

09/27/18 Understanding Prayer - Mary DeMuth Part 2

11/14/2018
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Guest Mary DeMuth is a Christian author - Writing on Christian topics

Duration:00:12:58

09/27/18 Understanding Prayer - Mary DeMuth Part 1

11/14/2018
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Guest Mary DeMuth is a Christian author. - Discussion on prayer

Duration:00:13:14

10/25/18 Bicentennial Celebration of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

11/6/2018
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We continue the Bicentennial Celebration of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein… In this episode of Ether Tale Radio Theatre, we present a reduced version of Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein. This 1823 play by Richard Brinsley Peake was a popular success and when Mary Shelley attended the play in London she was surprised by the adulation from her fans in the star-struck audience. She didn’t much care for Mr. Peake’s writing but she enjoyed the evening and the actors, especially the...

Duration:00:49:12