1. "Wyoming Stories" by Wyoming Public Media

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    A mini-documentary about Wyoming Public Media's "Wyoming Stories." Recently, Micah Schweizer, Cultural Affairs and Production Director for Wyoming Public Media, was in Jackson recording "Wyoming Stories." I had the pleasure of filming him and storytellers from 10 AM to 6 PM at the Teton County Library. I can't wait to hear the edited pieces. "Wyoming Stories" captures history through the memories of those who live here. Interested in telling your own story? Contact Diana Denison at ddenison@uwyo.edu or 307-766-4240. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, a program of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.

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    • Your iPhone makes interviews crystal clear

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      This video is a helpful guide on how you can use your iPhone to record and send a crystal clear interview with Aspen Public Radio.

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      • The Bristlecone's Fate - AudioVision Ep. 3

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        Bristlecone pines are the oldest trees on Earth. The oldest, Methuselah, has lived more than 4,800 years. From their perch atop the White Mountains at California's eastern edge, the bristlecones have survived as entire human civilizations have arisen and disappeared. But there's a new threat to the bristlecone's existence, a globe-spanning emanation more menacing than anything they've faced in thousands of years. That threat is the subject of "The Vanishing Groves," an essay by Ross Andersen that appeared in Aeon Magazine. This episode of AudioVision is adapted from an abridged version of that essay. If you liked this video, you should read it: http://aeon.co/magazine/nature-and-cosmos/ross-andersen-bristlecone-pines-anthropocene/ To learn more about this video visit http://KPCC.org and click on AudioVision. CREDITS Produced by Grant Slater and Mae Ryan http://grant-slater.com http://maeryan.com ORIGINAL SCORE BY Stephanie Smith http://music.stephiescastle.com/ ADDITIONAL FOOTAGE Ports Footage by Stella Kalinina http://stellakalinina.com Mayfly footage by YouTube User WildWorldSeVeN http://www.youtube.com/user/WildWorldSeVeN CAMERA ASSISTANCE Sage Price (Also Axe Wielding) Cody Smith Danny Yadron SPECIAL THANKS TO Maui Amati Cole Andersen Daniel Barulich Emily Berl Matthew Salzer Maya Sugarman Simon Yokoyama Country Kitchen The Bristlecone Manor Motel

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        • Radio in the City: Future of Radio

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          Clip 4 Radio in the City

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          • The Crisis of my Friends. Episode 01

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            Produced by Miguel Macias. http://radiofreeradio.net/ The Crisis of my Friends is a ongoing open documentary project that is exploring the impact of the current economic crisis in Spain on the culture of work in this European country and particularly on the lives of a certain group of Spaniards, my friends. This is the first episode of the series. This episode represents a rough introduction to the conversations generated by the circumstances in Spain. Most importantly, The Crisis of my Friends also involves meetings where interviewees and other attendants discuss the ideas and issues presented in these episodes. The opinions expressed and the conversations that take place at these meetings determine the content of the following episode in the series. This results in a project that is much more than a documentary. It is an ongoing conversation. Project website: http://radiofreeradio.net/thecrisis/

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            • Tax Benefits of Year-End Giving to Aspen Public Radio

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              Denise Jurgens, CPA of Reese Henry & Co. explains how your year-end gift to Aspen Public Radio is not only tax-deductible, but has twice the impact. You can make your year-end gift here: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E103121&id=11 You can make your gift by calling 970-920-9000

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              • Peace Talks Radio

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                Peace Talks Radio, the series on peacemaking and nonviolent conflict resolution was created by Paul Ingles and Suzanne Kryder in response to the terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001. Winner of the 2010 and 2012 Paul Re´ Peace Prize. Nearly 100 public radio stations have aired various episodes of Peace Talks Radio. The series is also available as a regular podcast. For more information, visit: http://www.goodradioshows.org Good Radio Shows is a 501(c)(3) non-profit media organization creating broadcast programs, online content and printed materials to inform, inspire and improve the human condition.

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                • An Evening with Diane Rehm

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                  Each weekday, listeners across the country tune in for the Diane Rehm Show, which has grown from a local morning call-in show to one of public broadcasting's most popular programs. Diane came to Pittsburgh's Hillman Center for Performing Arts to talk about her career in public radio.

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                  • The Whale Warehouse - AudioVision Ep. 1

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                    The public only gets to see a carefully curated version of the collections at natural history museums. Hidden from view, there’s a second museum, sprawling in scope, full of character and occasionally gross. No place is more hidden than the Whale Warehouse. Go inside in the first installment of AudioVision. AudioVision is a member-supported service of KPCC, public radio for Southern California. You can learn more at http://audiovision.scpr.org. CREDITS Produced by Grant Slater and Mae Ryan Sound Design by Stephanie Smith AudioVision Title Voiceover by Sage Price Graphics by Mae Ryan MUSIC Una Lagrima at the Disco by Lucky Dragons Al Abama by Chapelier Fou I Love Riding My Bicycle by Porn Sword Tobacco SELECTED VIDEO CLIPS FROM Father Noah's Ark - 1932 YouTube Users: DANAPOINTWHALEWATCH Lisa Bertolini SantaBarbaraDianne John Humphries waterdell2000 SPECIAL THANKS TO Willy Roberts Kristen Muller Russ Stanton Steve Julian Rob Strauss Doug Gerry Dale Hoppert

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                    • Best of NPR's Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

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                      What is Bullseye with Jesse Thorn from NPR? Interviews with the best and brightest people in pop culture: musicians, writers, actors, comedians and more. If you're not listening... you should be! Catch Bullseye weekly on public radio stations nationwide or wherever you download podcasts. Interview highlights from Big Boi of Outkast, Dolly Parton, Nile Rodgers, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mavis Staples and Jeff Bridges.

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