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Faithfully Podcast is the flagship podcast for Faithfully Magazine and features editorial staff in conversation with academics, pastors, activists, artists, and others about how Christianity informs their perspectives on faith, race, and culture. Hosted by Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie and Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. Owned and operated by Faithfully Media, LLC.
 
Quick coverage of the leading practitioner journal in the investment management community. Get a 5 minute snapshot of each issue of the Financial Analysts Journal in the Editor's Snapshot with Managing Editor Heidi Raubenheimer. Also find summaries of the research articles and interviews with authors. All the original Journal articles can be found on https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ufaj20/current
 
In this new podcast, AdExchanger editors, hosted by managing editor Ryan Joe, will drill into the week's most urgent headlines. The team will get listeners up to speed on the most pressing recent news in digital advertising, with key background details and analysis.
 
The Big Lead presents an original narrative series from a brain made entirely too smooth from decades of covering the convergence of sports and pop culture. Managing editor Kyle Koster and his friend named Kevin set out each episode to discover the answer to the big questions no one is asking — with the help of the most random names in the media.
 
Ride along with renowned aviator, writer, and photographer Greg Brown in his light airplane, the "Flying Carpet," as he searches behind clouds for the real America, experiencing countless aerial adventures along the way. A former National Flight Instructor of the Year, Greg is author of five books, a former Barnes & Noble Arizona Author of the Month, and recently completed twenty years as aviation adventure columnist for AOPA Flight Training magazine. Some reviewers have compared his book, " ...
 
Forrest Gump. Woody. Josh Baskin. Mailbox Elvis? Join in as we dig through the many roles of the immensely charming, always dazzling Tom Hanks. Whether it’s a film you can recite front to back or a small appearance on Happy Days as a karate expert intent on beating the Fonz (seriously), Consequence of Sound Managing Editor Adam Kivel and a special guest from the worlds of music, comedy, journalism, and more analyze a project in the star’s storied filmography.
 
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Brightest Young Things has been informing D.C. where to go and what to do since 2007. Hosted by Managing Editor Brandon Wetherbee, BYT Radio is a weekly talk show featuring BYT staff and guests from across the D.C. cultural landscape. This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
CARONISM:ThePodcast - These are the stories of real people in real time. This is true testimony and social commentary, news and reviews, love, beauty and music. This is CARONISM:ThePodcast, a production of CARONISMedia. CARONISM - (1) The active, intentional state of resisting mediocrity; Defying convention or low thinking Caron J (@CARONISM) is an American writer, artist and activist with over 25 years in media, business and education leadership. Known for pushing boundaries and breaking ba ...
 
By creators for creators, Ambition for Breakfast is the perfect start to any day. As we like to say, it is “food for thought and inspiration for your soul.” For a well-balanced morning, eat breakfast to fuel your body and listen to this podcast to fuel your brain. Join the conversation and be a #breadwinner, all-around boss and your most authentic self. Hosted by Editour Media’s founder Breanna Armstrong and director of marketing Karen Wilhelmsen, these episodes will provide you with knowled ...
 
“On Background,” the new podcast series from CivicPoint, offers the candid voices of Tennessee political, business, and cultural leaders telling emotional stories and lessons from their own backgrounds that inform the way they lead today. “On Background” isn’t daily headlines or eight-second soundbites. It’s long-form, living-room conversations—a new half-hour every month—full of surprising insights into the lives and stories of Tennessee’s best-known and most intriguing persons. To learn wh ...
 
In each episode of the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show, you’ll find great ideas for launching, managing, and evolving your indie yarn-related business, and tips for keeping yourself creative, productive, and sane. Share the unique joys and challenges of being an indie in the yarn industry, whether you’re a crochet or knitting author, blogger, designer, maker, podcaster, publisher, teacher, or tech editor; a yarn dyer or spinner; or the owner of any other indie business based around yarn. Top ...
 
Jack Kelly Managing Director, The Compliance Search Group www.ComplianceSearch.com and Publisher of The Compliance Exchange www.ComplianceX.com Jack Kelly is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of The Compliance Search Group (www.ComplianceSearch.com ). The Compliance Search Group is one of the most respected, oldest, and largest recruiting firms specializing in the placement of Compliance, Legal and Regulatory executives. Mr. Kelly has in excess of one dozen years of recruiting experience ...
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
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Welcome back to the Northeast Newscast. This week we’re sitting down with the Northeast News summer interns. They’re hard at work putting together this year’s back to school issue, covering community news and learning the ins and outs of hyper-local journalism. We discuss their first few days on the job, how student journalism prepared them for the…
 
This is a summary of “Hedge Fund Performance: End of an Era?,” by Nicolas P.B. Bollen, Juha Joenväärä, and Mikko Kauppila, published in the Third Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/hedge-fund-performance…
 
Multiple medical societies, physician groups, and prominent physicians have been silenced across a multitude of mainstream social media platforms. Doctor's Lounge host Dr. Scott Barbour will discuss an opinion published by Lionel Lee, DO on the website of AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) explaining the threat. From the Opinion…
 
The Big Lead's Stephen Douglas joins Kyle Koster to react to the Brooklyn Nets' total domination against the Milwaukee Bucks, even without James Harden. Could this team be on a collision course with an all-time great postseason? Plus, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard are as good as ever but perhaps under-appreciated. How the heck did that happen? Fin…
 
On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast we're joined by Evie Craig, CEO of the Arts Asylum, ahead of their Bottoms Up event this weekend. COVID-19 has hit the arts hard, but Arts Asylum has been just what its name implies to a determined and diverse group of artists over the past year. If you’re interested in a peek behind the scenes of th…
 
The Why is in What We Believe Healthcare is broken and Surgeon Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins steps into the Doctor's Lounge Radio Show to discuss why.Makary is an advocate for disruptive innovation in medicine and was named one of the most influential people in healthcare by Health magazine. In 2018, Makary was elected to the National Academy of Me…
 
The architect of Methbot was found guilty in a New York court last week. In this episode, we dive into the most intriguing details of the case – and what it means for the rest of the programmatic advertising industry as it continues to fight the good (and ongoing) fight against the scourge of ad fraud. We also talk about Tapad pulling out of Europe…
 
Brian Giuffra, editor-in-chief of The Big Lead, joins the podcast to discuss a completely bonkers morning of basketball news as Duke and the Boston Celtics embark on dramatic new eras. Will everyone miss Coach K will he's gone? Is this the beginning of the end for the superstar college basketball coach? Plus, does Brad Stevens have it all figured o…
 
In partnership with the Kansas City Museum, we are sharing the past, present and future of the museum as we await its grand reopening this fall following a $22 million restoration. This week on the Northeast Newscast Publisher Michael Bushnell sat down with Dr. Mary Davidson and Shomari Benton of the Kansas City Museum Foundation Board, which assum…
 
Big Tech is fending off antitrust and monopoly accusations left and right. This week, we discuss Epic’s lawsuit against Apple. There’s also a larger narrative against Big Tech that’s taking hold, which we discuss, including what soon-to-be-confirmed FTC commissioner Lina Khan has already said publicly that alludes to this case.…
 
The U.S. Navy's fleet is one of the most impressive on the planet -- but officials and strategists are desperate for even more ships to accomplish the service's global mission. The future fleet that planners want has up to 500 ships and includes drone ships, corvettes, light carriers and other innovative platforms. Does the Navy really need all tha…
 
Fox News' Johnny Joey Jones joins The Kyle Koster Show to talk about his new Fox Nation series, USA Ink. The five-episode series, debuting May 28, examines the history of tattooing and its pervasive spread throughout American culture. Jones goes behind the scenes of the modern tattoo industry and even gets a piece on-air. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
This is a summary of “Predicting Bond Returns: 70 Years of International Evidence” by Guido Baltussen, Martin Martens, and Olaf Penninga, published in the Third Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/predicting-bond-returns…
 
On this week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast we’re diving into the recent history of the Kansas City Museum as it transitions to foundation management and nears the end of a multi-million dollar renovation. Publisher Michael Bushnell caught up with two term city councilwoman Deb Hermann, who was instrumental in the formation of the Kansas City …
 
During this live taping of The Big Story at AdExchanger Innovation Labs, the team discusses Xandr’s prospects at AT&T now that WarnerMedia is being spun off and combining with Discovery. We also get into privacy in connected TV, and how supply path optimization on CTV is already a thing.
 
This is a summary of “Chinese and Global ADRs: The US Investor Experience,” published in the Third Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/chinese-and-global-adrs
 
Who says you can't do it all? Lara Eurdolian certainly proves that wrong! Lara is the Founder of Pretty Connected, the original mask chain which launched over a decade ago that is now a hugely successful multi-platform brand that encompasses an accessory line and a beauty donation program. Lara is also an editor, blogger, and marketing consultant i…
 
This week on the Northeast Newscast, we are turning our focus to everything summer and discussing some local camps, programs and activities parents can enroll their children in during the hot months ahead of us. We are taking a deeper look into the Mattie Rhodes Center, who has supplied summer activities for children in the Northeast for the last s…
 
John Walters, whose long Sports Illustrated tenure included working the media beat, reflects on the news that Kenny Mayne is leaving ESPN and discusses his observations monitoring SportsCenter through the years. Is what was once the network's most valuable program still secretly its best? And what made Mayne resonate so much with the audience? See …
 
The beauty industry has changed a lot these past years. With the rise of social media, the introduction of influencers, and the recent pandemic, digital marketing has never been this important and crucial for your beauty brand. Don’t worry because joining Breanna and Karen today are beauty industry veterans and friends, Anya Kay and Nicolina Borell…
 
Recapping an extremely outrageous sports weekend that saw Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit disqualified for failing a drug test, Elon Musk try to pump up Dogecoin on Saturday Night Live only to have it backfire, and some unexpected, totally unscripted drama between Floyd Mayweather and the brothers Paul. The Big Lead's Stephen Douglas joins to t…
 
This is a summary of “Decarbonizing Everything,” by A. Cheema-Fox, CFA, B. LaPerla, G. Serafeim, D. Turkington, CFA, and H. Wang, published in the Third Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/decarbonizing-everything…
 
It has been 10 years since May 2, 2011, the night a top-secret SEAL raid took out notorious terrorist and 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden at his hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan. You may think you know the story of bin Laden and the ten-year manhunt that ended in his death, but you've probably seen it like this before. In Revealed: The Hunt for Osam…
 
This week on the Northeast Newscast, we are both celebrating the women who raised us and congratulating those who are graduating from educational institutions in the neighborhood and around the metro. Kansas City University student Paola Candia is graduating from medical school this weekend, and she’s had a long road to get here. She is joining me …
 
Baltimore Oriole pitcher John Means threw a no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners. It was not a perfect game. There are people upset that it wasn't a perfect game. So they're proposing a drastic rule change for to fix a problem that's arisen once in over 150 years. This feels like rock bottom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management’s $5 billion acquisition of Verizon Media from Verizon is evidence that telcos, ad tech and media wasn’t the delicious cocktail that was promised. The team dives into why. Also in this episode: the CTV gold rush and observations from the frontlines of the NewFronts. (It’s all about streaming, baby.)…
 
Cheryl Lindberg has built a successful career by establishing meaningful relationships with brand owners and influencers. After graduating from Orange Coast College with her associate's degree in Fashion Design, Cheryl worked for the acclaimed Paul Frank Industries, Harveys and Hurley, creating on-trend designs. When influencer marketing became piv…
 
The Big Lead's Liam McKeone comes prepared to share an NFL Draft research assignment meant to illuminate which Power 5 college football conferences are winning in the long run. Is it truly SEC domination or is the real answer more complicated? Plus, everyone is hating the NBA playoff idea except the NBA ... for now. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
The Big Lead's Ryan Phillips drops into the podcast to discuss the reeling Los Angeles Lakers, a team in serious trouble and in jeopardy of playing in the NBA's new play-in tournament. Is it too early to write off LeBron James and Anthony Davis or have the wheels truly come off? Also, the curious case of Justin Fields and pre-NFL Draft narratives. …
 
On this week's episode of the Northeast Newscast, in honor of April being Second Chance Month, and last week, April 26 through April 30 recognized as Re-Entry Week, we are discussing steps the Kansas City Municipal Court is taking. We hear some of the specifics from Judge Corey Carter, who presides over the program. The court is looking to help peo…
 
After months of anticipation, Apple will start enforcing ATT with the debut of iOS 14.5. This week on The Big Story, the team litigates not just the binary coverage from the mainstream media that will influence the public conversation, we’ll also try to unpack what Apple is actually doing.
 
Britt Ghiroli, a senior writer for The Athletic who covers Major League Baseball, joins the podcast to discuss her career journey, the face of the sport, how to negotiate extra innings, and how baseball can connect with more casual fans. She also talks about the effort by former Michigan State swimmers and divers to save the program. See omnystudio…
 
This week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast is a roundtable discussion with the staff of the Northeast News. Managing Editor Abby Hoover is joined by Publisher Michael Bushnell, Editorial Assistant Nikki Lansford, Advertising Rep Krystin Miller, Customer Service Rep Dorri Partain, and Graphic Designer Byran Stalder. This episode is a sneak previe…
 
In this week's episode, the team broadcasts LIVE from AdExchanger’s Innovation Labs: Commerce Day event. And here’s your main takeaway if you weren’t able to attend: the fragmentation in the world of commerce-related media is … insane. Also, Apple finally announced-without-announcing that enforcement of its AppTrackingTransparency framework is comi…
 
Warfighting has come a long way from machine guns mounted on the back of horse-drawn carriages. New technologies can allow militaries to create and replenish weapons and ammunition on the run; train in virtual environments that they can touch, taste and smell; and command hordes of tiny drones that swarm enemy combatants on command. In many cases, …
 
This is a summary of “Risk Mitigation of Corporate Social Performance in US Class Action Lawsuits,” by Daniel V. Fauser and Sebastian Utz, published in the Second Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/risk-mitigation-csp-us-class-action-lawsuits…
 
This is a summary of “Retirement Income Sufficiency through Personalised Glidepaths,” by Michael E. Drew and Jason M. West, published in the Second Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/retirement-income-sufficiency-personalised-glidepaths…
 
This is a summary of “Identifying Hedge Fund Skill by Using Peer Cohorts” by David Forsberg, David R. Gallagher, and Geoffrey J. Warren, published in the Second Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/identifying-hedge-fund-skill-using-peer-cohorts…
 
This is a summary of the article “Maturity-Matched Bond Fund Performance” by Markus Natter, Martin Rohleder, and Marco Wilkens, published in the Second Quarter 2021 issue of the Financial Analysts Journal. Summary: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/research/financial-analysts-journal/2021/maturity-matched-bond-fund-performance…
 
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