News & Public Affairs09/24/14 Warren Elly
Last Call Wednesday Listen to this entire show:
Many of us believe our nation needs journalism now more than ever – but the news is not good, especially here in West Central Florida, in Tampa Bay.
It’s widely reported that at a staff meeting last week, the Tampa Bay Times leadership announced 5% pay cuts and reduced severance.
Things aren’t much better at the venture-capitalist owned Tampa Tribune. The outflow of talent, experienced executives, and cash continues.
While some remarked they couldn’t believe the Times would go be...Be the first to comment
09/24/14 Rob Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Wednesday) Listen to this entire show:
Radioactivity welcomes Henry Jenkins, Provost Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California. Previously, he was the Peter de Florez Professor of Humanities at Massachusetts Institute for Technology(MIT). Jenkins is the author of Convergence Culture and will be speaking [The USF Humanities Institute tomorrow](http://www.humanities-institute.usf.edu/data/2014%20Henry%20Jenkins%2...Be the first to comment
09/23/14 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Tuesday Listen to this entire show:
Last weekend was the second major action by a local human rights group calling attention to the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
Block the Boat Tampa rallied outside Port Tampa Bay in the rain beginning before sunrise Saturday morning hoping to convince dock workers to respect their picket line and not unload a cargo ship owned by an Israeli company.
The Zim Alabama was delayed because of weather, but eventually was unloaded by longshore...Be the first to comment
Are more toll roads the answer to Florida’s traffic problems? And the increase of homeless children in Florida09/23/14 Rob Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Monday)
Tags: Eric Barton
Today Radioactivity asks: are more toll roads the answer to Florida’s traffic problems? And homelessness in children of Florida.
Rob Lorei speaks to investigative reporter Eric Barton who has written a story about a major expansion of toll roads which is underway in Florida for the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. That expansion is largely under the radar.
He writes- “In the next decade, Florida’s biggest cities will add toll lanes to the state’s busiest...Be the first to comment
Are ISIS terrorists gathering in Mexico and planning to attack the US? And another possible hospital scandal involving Governor Rick Scott listen09/22/14 Rob Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Monday) Listen to this entire show:
Today Radioactivity asks: Are ISIS terrorists gathering in Mexico and planning to attack the US? And we’ll look at another possible hospital scandal involving Governor Rick Scott.Be the first to comment
09/22/14 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday Listen to this entire show:
Monday’s Flood Wall Street action comes a day after one of the largest mass-demonstrations against climate disruption in history.
Some estimates peg Sunday’s New York City march at more than 300,000 people.
WMNF asked former Tampa resident Kandace Vallejo what she was seeing and hearing during the rally.Be the first to comment
09/19/14 Rob Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Friday) Listen to this entire show:
Radioactivity discusses the growing power of electric utilities over the body that sets electric rates in the state. The show also goes back to September 19, 2010 when the Deepwater Horizon well was officially capped. Rob Lorei discusses efforts to restore the damage caused by the disaster with Janet Bowman, Director of State Legislative Policy, The Nature Conservancy in Florida. Janet Bowman is the Director of State Legislative Policy for [The Nature Conservancy in Florida](http://www.nat...Be the first to comment
09/19/14 Gwyneth Dunsford
WMNF Drive-Time News Friday Listen to this entire show:
Puerto Rican scientists are raising alarm bells about the risks of climate change. Following a briefing Thursday on Capitol Hill, members of the Puerto Rico Climate Change Council spoke with reporters in a conference call.
“Puerto Rico is in the midst of a climate crisis,” Christina Hernandez told reporters. “[It] represents an acceleration vision of what we can see here in the United States. [Puerto Rico] is the island of climate change.”
About 70 percent of Puerto Ricans live in coas...Be the first to comment
Transforming cafeteria menus with chef Tony Geraci and new documentary satire exposes political corruption listen09/18/14 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday) Listen to this entire show:
Today Radioactivity looks at an innovative way to fight obesity among youth and later explores a new film PAY TO PLAY that's getting rave reviews for exposing the grim reality behind today’s campaign finance system.
Rob Lorei speaks to Chef Tony Geraci about his work in public schools. First in Baltimore (where he was hired after students walked to the School Board with their lunches and asked the Board members to taste them) and now in Memphis, Chef Tony has transformed cafeteria menu...Be the first to comment
09/18/14 Mary Glenney
From A Woman's Point of View Listen to this entire show:
People’s Climate March – Sunday, September 21
Maybe we should remind ourselves the planet can survive without us. We cannot say the same for ourselves. We are very seriously affecting the systems on this earth which afford us life on this planet. Next week world leaders are coming to the UN Global Summit to discuss measures to deal with climate change. But we people know we can’t wait. We can’t do it alone. The governments must help us. Millions...Be the first to comment