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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

12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego Part 4

1/10/2019
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Ramona Jones, Founder & President, DREAMBuilders Youth Mentoring Network, shares details on her campaign to provide leadership skills, mentoring, goal-setting skills, and overall guidance to help at-risk teens succeed in school, careers, and life.

Duration:00:12:58

12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego Part 3

1/10/2019
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Host Jose and Wade Taylor, President, wsRadio, chat about the holiday spirit and celebrate the contributions of literacy champions in the community.

Duration:00:15:00

12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego Part 2

1/10/2019
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Jabez LeBret, Chief of Schools, Sisu Academy, talks about the academy, how to engage teens in school and reading, and setting the stage for teen success in school through innovation at his residential schoo

Duration:00:15:25

12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego Part 1

1/10/2019
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Jabez LeBret, Chief of Schools, Sisu Academy, talks about the academy, how to engage teens in school and reading, and setting the stage for teen success in school through innovation at his residential school.

Duration:00:14:31

01/08/19 Seniors as Tutors

1/8/2019
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Kristin Shea-Thiel, Reading Program Coordinator for The Children's Initiative in San Diego. She shares with listeners the impact that senior volunteers are having on youth who struggle with reading. She uses a tutor training curriculum provided through the AARP Experience Corps.

Duration:00:27:58

01/08/19 Health Literacy

1/8/2019
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Today we talk to Art Rivera, an information source for healthcare services and health insurance. He shares information about challenges related to providing healthcare options to residents. Challenges sometimes relate to culture, language differences, and literacy skills. Art Rivera, Rivera Insurance Services, Medicare, Health Literacy, Healthcare Options

Duration:00:29:56

12/11/18 Traveling the World Dancing Leads to Promoting People Part 1

12/21/2018
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Sohaila has been an entrepreneur since her early teens. While all the kids were outside playing, Sohaila was in the house rearranging furniture and making concoctions in the kitchen. Her mom wouldn't know what kind of house to come home to! She has always been a mover and a shaker ... literally. By the time she graduated from high school Sohaila already became a professional Middle Eastern dance artist. As she pursued college to get a degree in Criminal Justice she became popular in her...

Duration:00:15:00

12/11/18 Latinos in College Part 2

12/19/2018
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Jose A. Cruz, CEO for Barrio Logan College Institute, chats about the mission of his organization "to prepare under-served students to enroll and succeed in college through after-school programs the begin in the third grade."

Duration:00:12:58

12/11/18 Latinos in College Part 1

12/19/2018
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Jose A. Cruz, CEO for Barrio Logan College Institute, chats about the mission of his organization "to prepare under-served students to enroll and succeed in college through after-school programs the begin in the third grade."

Duration:00:15:01

12/11/18 Latinos in the U.S. Census Part 2

12/19/2018
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Blanca Romero, Regional Campaign Manager for NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected Officials), shares information about the importance of a full U.S. Census count in 2020, the under-representation of Latinos in this count, obstacles, and remedies.

Duration:00:15:25

12/11/18 Latinos in the U.S. Census Part 1

12/19/2018
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Blanca Romero, Regional Campaign Manager for NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected Officials), shares information about the importance of a full U.S. Census count in 2020, the under-representation of Latinos in this count, obstacles, and remedies.

Duration:00:14:30

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, Jaclyn 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