A dramatic retelling of important moments in Tucson’s history, followed by insightful interviews with Tucsonans of all stripes.
In the early hours of the morning January 28th 1903 a communication error at tiny Vail Station led to the worst rail disaster in Arizona history. On Tales of the Esmond Train Wreck, we talk with J.J. Lamb President of the Vail Preservation Society and Bill Kalt Railroad Historian and Author of Tucson Was A Railroad Town.
Chris DeSimone is waking up the community, shining a light on backroom politics and informing Tucson every morning. Tackling local issues in a no-nonsense manner, while still having a good time.
Who are you donating to? Charitable orgs where your money will help people the most
Omicron = Afrophobia? African leader speaks out
Off duty Police officer incident…video is troubling, but what is the the entire story?
In-depth news and discussion about the people, ideas and issues shaping Tucson’ future.
Zach talks with Col Jason Dickinson from the Morris Air National Guard Base in Tucson about what they do, the F-16, the connection to the community, and the defense and military sector in Tucson. Zach discusses the two Tucson industries/sectors we have expertise and strength in, but don’t want to talk about. Then, Executive Director Khris Dodge talks about the incredible Tucson Jazz Festival coming up, as part of an ongoing series “Essential Customer” supported by Vantage West Credit Union and the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Bill Buckmaster: Tucson’s most trusted voice for news and information
Dr. Charles Gerba, UA professor of virology in the Dept of Environmental Science. Also, Financial Consultant Shelly Fishman with the Tucson MoneyMaker Report. Also, Dr. John Galgiani, director of the UA Valley Fever Center for Excellence. Plus, holiday book giving suggestions from UA Literature Professor Auerlie Sheehan.
Law Matters mission is to carry out non-partisan research, education, and informational activities by opening the lines of communication through public media, and classroom settings between law enforcement, lawmakers, law litigators, and military personnel, whose goal of increasing awareness, serves to avoid illicit drug and criminal activities, preventing deterioration of neighborhoods.
Guests: Lt. Max Reichgott – Lt. Bill Nordbrock – Dave Azuelo – Keith St. John
Hosts: David and Rebecca Guthrie
Helping Tucson get back to business in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Studies show an increasing chasm of understanding between the civilian population and those who protect us at home and abroad. For over a decade, American Warrior Radio has helped to bridge that gap by telling the stories of our men & women in the military and first-responder communities.
Bruce Ash was a member of The Inside Track team with the great Emil Franzi for many years. Bruce has relaunched Inside Track to deliver real news, straight talk and great guests and callers in the same tradition to KVOI radio listeners in Southern Arizona.
Biography of Harry Jaffa
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Recently Facebook changed its name to Meta. This podcast explains why this is a good thing for the company both when communicating, and as part of its strategy.
Meta is really 3 extremely important platforms. Facebook the website, which is the most popular website in the world. Instagram, which challenges YouTube as the most popular video site. And WhatsApp which is the biggest platform for texting, calling, and meeting in the world. Together these 3 platforms account for 40% of all internet traffic in the world. No joke. All are owned by Facebook, and it was confusing to lots of people when you mentioned Facebook to understand if you were talking about the platform or the company. So this change in company name is indeed clarifying, and valuable.
Secondly, as we’ve introduced in our “4 Big Trends for this Decade” increasingly communications are asynchronous, and utilize a fair bit of AI. Meta is now pushing toward a future where you can communicated even if you aren’t there – by using AI to understand what’s happening and provide responses. By using smart platforms we don’t can overcome limitations of email, texting and phone calls and zoom to be intelligently responsive even when it is not convenient. This is a terrific benefit to productivity, and improves communications at a time when we all need to move quickly.
Further, by communicating through platforms rather than 1-to-1 historical patterns we can project much better who we are. No longer limited by our appearance, background, voice intonallity and other physical characteristics we can portray ourselves however we want. This allows us to maximize our value, rather than trying to fit some kind of mold. We can operate in a meta sphere which is not limited by who we physically are, or where we are located. We can move beyond these limits, much as Stephen Hawking did, to provide our maximum value. And this, too is a good thing.
- Are you using these platforms to improve your communications, or do you still rely on historical tools?
- Are you developing the ultimate “you” by adding AI to your personal processes and interacting through meta tools?
- Are you maximizing the value of your organization’s people by promoting greater use of meta-tools in how they do their work?
The John C. Scott Show is the longest running political talk show in Arizona history. A Golden Mic award winning broadcaster, John’s show has aired in Tucson for Three decades. Tune in to the John C. Scott political forum for discussion of the issues that matter most to Southern Arizona.
Matt Link, GOP Consultant; Larry Bodine, Democratic Strategist
“Too Jewish with Rabbi Sam Cohon and Friends”
Raphael Marcus, Senior Vice President, HIAS, helping Afghan refugees
Iriz Wazno and Amy Bass, PPEP, PMHDC South West Medical Aid
Dulce Emmanuell, TIA Students