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In the pilot episode of Tuned In, Nic Harcourt, the host of KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic and the nationally syndicated Sounds Eclectic, discusses the latest from Beck (“Orphans” off of the new album MODERN GUILT) and Death Cab for Cutie (“Talking Bird” off of the new album NARROW STAIRS). He also introduces us to several rising stars, including Merz, Fleet Foxes, Little Jackie fronted by Imani Coppola, Tilly and the Wall, and others. Download this video as well as daily free music tracks at *******www.KCRW****. Created by 60Frames and KCRW. Hosted by Nic Harcourt. Tuned in with KCRW’s Nic Harcourt is a 60Frames original series. For more information, please visit us at *******www.60frames****. Shop for Tuned In merchandise at *******shop.60frames****/tunedin
30 Jul 2008
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SMMW3 is the Social Media and Marketing Webinar focused on giving varied perspectives from the business, non-profit, and personal branding worlds. Our next webinar is on October 22nd and you can get access for just $5 by using the code "video" at www.smmw3****. Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Oct 2008
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Two famous parrots and a bevy of YouTube videos have now convinced scientists that people aren't the only ones who can groove to a musical beat.
1 May 2009
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WAMC Performing Arts Studio for a night of music with gothic cello band Rasputina.
11 May 2009
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WAMC Performing Arts Studio for a night of music with gothic cello band Rasputina.
11 May 2009
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The Marines known as "America's Battalion" are heading to Afghanistan out of Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. They are part of the 21,000 additional forces President Obama is deploying in the administration's new strategy for the war effort in Afghanistan.
23 May 2009
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In the past 40 years cars have gotten safer, and highway deaths have dropped as well. But as new technologies emerge, so do new risks. Are we on the road to greater safety? Or have we sped past the era of declining fatalities?
24 Nov 2009
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The late D. James Kennedy chatted several years ago on National Public Radio with Terry Gross, host of the program Fresh Air. She grilled him on most of the usual objections the Left has with Christian social conservatives and also asked about Charles Darwin and the moral fallout of his theory of origins, first published 150 years ago last month. Go to *******www***ralridge****/equip and find out how you can be equipped to learn2discern media lies and deceptions. Support this ministry and help impact lives: give online or call 1-800-229-9673. Distributed by Tubemogul.
7 Dec 2009
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Doctor Henri Ford is chief of surgery at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. But when the earthquake happened, he quickly arranged to return to Haiti and provide medical care.
6 Feb 2010
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Renewable energy is one of the cornerstones of the Recovery Act. But despite loan guarantees, Clipper Windpower's assembly plant in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, laid off workers in 2009 as orders for new turbines were pushed back.
18 Feb 2010
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The YouthBuild program in Washington, D.C., gives young people the chance to earn a high school equivalency degree, or GED, while learning construction and life skills. The Recovery Act will support 70 students over three years.
18 Feb 2010
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The Belington Clinic in Belington, W.Va., sees over 6,000 patients a year in a town of about 1,600 people. With the passage of the stimulus bill, the clinic was awarded over $1 million.
18 Feb 2010
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Toxic assets — home mortgages packaged into complicated bonds that no one wanted to touch when the housing bubble collapsed — are starting to trade again. Planet Money wanted to figure out how this chapter of financial history will end. So we decided to buy a toxic asset of our own.
13 Mar 2010
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Audra sits down with two young personal assistants from Bravo's new hit show.
24 Mar 2010
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Journalist and political commentator Juan Williams warns Democrats not to marginalize the Tea Party as a group of "right-wing kooks.".. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN ***********
16 Apr 2010
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Singer/SongwriterAdam Arcuragi from Philadelphia, PA stopped by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS | indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. Adam's performance for this session was supported by Jack Carter (multi-instrumentalist), Matt Luyk (Trumpet), and Brienne Rose (Vocals). Check out "I Am Become Joy", available on High Two Records now. For more information: *******www.myspace****/adamarcuragi
10 May 2010
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