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NPR Music And VuHaus Announce Slingshot Initiative || Comment Tell us what you think Follow us Get news via Twitter Become a fan Join us on Facebook Subscribe Net News via RSS NPR Music And VuHaus Announce Slingshot Initiative September 26, 2017 at 10:52 AM (PT) What do you think? Add your comment below. Collaborative Effort NPR MUSIC and PDs from VUHAUS’ public radio music station…

NPR News: Puerto Ricos Arecibo Radio Telescope Suffers Hurricane Damage

NPR News: Puerto Rico’s Arecibo Radio Telescope Suffers Hurricane Damage

NPR News: Puerto Ricos Arecibo Radio Telescope Suffers Hurricane Damage

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Since 1986, Oakwood alum David Person has been working as a broadcaster, journalist, documentary director, and media consultant. His work has been featured on NPR, Tom Joyner’s BlackAmericaWeb website and public radio stations across the nation. Currently,  he writes columns for USA TODAY, the Ministry Matters website, and news features for Message Magazine. As the owner of DavidPersonMedia, LLC, he provides media consulting services to various organizations and individuals across the…

Since 1986, Oakwood alum David Person has been working as a broadcaster, journalist, documentary director, and media consultant. His work has been featured on NPR, Tom Joyner’s BlackAmericaWeb website and public radio stations across the nation. Currently, he writes columns for USA TODAY, the Ministry Matters website, and news features for Message Magazine. As the owner of DavidPersonMedia, LLC, he provides media consulting services to various organizations and individuals across the…

An unassuming single-story brick building on the campus of University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne is the source of the Delmarva Peninsula's only traditional jazz radio station — WESM 91.3, an NPR affiliate and listener-supported public radio.    The music — punctuated by NPR news reports — is aired 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is the 30th year WESM has been on the air, and it's seen quite a few changes in those decades.

An unassuming single-story brick building on the campus of University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne is the source of the Delmarva Peninsula's only traditional jazz radio station — WESM 91.3, an NPR affiliate and listener-supported public radio. The music — punctuated by NPR news reports — is aired 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is the 30th year WESM has been on the air, and it's seen quite a few changes in those decades.

Wake up to what’s happening in the world. NPR's Up First podcast provides the news you need to start your day. It delivers the biggest stories and ideas—from politics to pop culture—in 10 minutes. Hosted by NPR Morning Edition’s Rachel Martin, David Greene and Steve Inskeep, the reporting and analysis come from the two-hour weekday show that is the most listened-to news radio program in the country.

Up First

Wake up to what’s happening in the world. NPR's Up First podcast provides the news you need to start your day. It delivers the biggest stories and ideas—from politics to pop culture—in 10 minutes. Hosted by NPR Morning Edition’s Rachel Martin, David Greene and Steve Inskeep, the reporting and analysis come from the two-hour weekday show that is the most listened-to news radio program in the country.

Nailing down the truth is a reporter’s fundamental task, and it’s one that has proved exceptionally difficult with the current administration, which rebrands certain lies as “alternative facts,” negative coverage as “fake news,” calls into question scientific data, and seems intent on undermining confidence in the mainstream media. All that has had the effect of making minor celebrities of the reporters whose job it is to check the administration’s torrent of spin, and who prepare, per The…

A Matter of Facts

Nailing down the truth is a reporter’s fundamental task, and it’s one that has proved exceptionally difficult with the current administration, which rebrands certain lies as “alternative facts,” negative coverage as “fake news,” calls into question scientific data, and seems intent on undermining confidence in the mainstream media. All that has had the effect of making minor celebrities of the reporters whose job it is to check the administration’s torrent of spin, and who prepare, per The…

Varghesi's book  cutting for stone is enthralling. Not just about medicine or Ethiopia, family, relationships, and a bit of mystery connect you to the lives of brilliant twins and the meaning of family and love.

Cutting for Stone: An Ethiopian Myth

Nailing down the truth is a reporter’s fundamental task, and it’s one that has proved exceptionally difficult with the current administration, which rebrands certain lies as “alternative facts,” negative coverage as “fake news,” calls into question scientific data, and seems intent on undermining confidence in the mainstream media. All that has had the effect of making minor celebrities of the reporters whose job it is to check the administration’s torrent of spin, and who prepare, per The…

A Matter of Facts

Nailing down the truth is a reporter’s fundamental task, and it’s one that has proved exceptionally difficult with the current administration, which rebrands certain lies as “alternative facts,” negative coverage as “fake news,” calls into question scientific data, and seems intent on undermining confidence in the mainstream media. All that has had the effect of making minor celebrities of the reporters whose job it is to check the administration’s torrent of spin, and who prepare, per The…

National Public Radio's Science Friday Podcast hosted by Ira Flatow. Listen to it on NPR or online.

Science Friday

National Public Radio's Science Friday Podcast hosted by Ira Flatow. Listen eastern time OR online anytime and scope out the video, archives, etc.

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