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Mass Appeal & Endeavor Content

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The boys are back. After a yearlong hiatus, Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds are back to relaunch their legendary series. In collaboration with Endeavor Content and Mass Appeal, Juan Ep features in-depth, hilarious interviews with hip-hop luminaries. This season, Cipha and Rosenberg dissect the life and legacy of Jay-Z. To see how we use your data, visit https://www.endeavoraudio.com/privacy-policy.
 
A celebratory spring break party in Atlanta initially started by the glitterati of African American college students which, over the course of two decades, evolved into a cultural phenomenon. Hear through the eyes of musicians, journalists, residents and politicians as they relive and investigate Freaknik. Presented by Mass Appeal & Endeavor Content. Executive produced by Chris Colbert & DCP Entertainment and created, produced and hosted by Christopher Frierson. To see how we use your data, ...
 
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GBG Corporate

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For 17 years we’ve been helping people achieve their dreams. We have the right products with mass appeal that are not overpriced to hike up the profit margin. Our copyrighted compensation plan has no unrealistic qualification requirements to limit the playing field. The owners are first and foremost, network marketers, who know that the most important company asset is YOU – the distributor/customer.
 
Everything still under the sun!! Mental health issues and worldly events! Growing thru this craft and learning the avenues of this mix!! This year will be a twist of interviews on resilient people and self empowerment for motivational purposes!! Connecting of alike people to bring focus to our culture and prosperity!! 20dagod 🏆🏆🏆💯💯💯🌊🔥
 
Welcome to 'Becoming a Happy Teacher' a podcast that focuses on mental health and well-being of teachers around the world. The show’s theme "happy teachers make happy students" helps teachers realize that their wellbeing is priority so that they can effectively teach the next generation. We aim to provide quality programming and keep abreast of education issues and trends while creating mass appeal to educators. Send all donations on Paypal to hellohappyteachers@gmail.com
 
Rabobank’s global beverage team offers insights, analysis, and a bit of entertainment for your morning commute. Liquid Assets will help you tackle the latest trends, introduce you to industry leaders, and prepare you for what’s next in the beverage world. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/disclaimer.html
 
Welcome to How We Human. A podcast about creation. Join your hosts Evan Kidd & Toni Devon as we navigate how this timeless process sparked our very humanity as artists. Both met in undergraduate art school at the Leo Jenkins School of Art & Design at East Carolina University, graduating in 2014. Evan has gone on to work in the filmmaking industry with his independent production company RockSet Productions, creating his original feature film Son of Clowns on Amazon Prime Video, as well as ind ...
 
Justice in America, hosted by Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith, is a podcast for everyone interested in criminal justice reform— from those new to the system to experts who want to know more. Each episode we cover a new criminal justice issue. We explain how it works and look at its impact on people, particularly poor people and people of color. We’ll also interview activists, practitioners, experts, journalists, organizers, and others, to learn. By the end of the episode, you’ll walk away w ...
 
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Welcome to The Chicago Bar Association’s @theBar, a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics, stories and whatever else strikes our fancy.
 
The Urban Wire Media Network is an organization that strives for cultural diversity and open dialogue within the urban community and other communities at large. We are dedicated to shedding the light on more liberal ideas and ideologies that are often neglected as well as embracing traditional ideas and ways of thinking. It is our goal to appeal to a large cross section of individuals, regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, religious back ground, creed, or cultural background. We accom ...
 
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In past episodes we’ve added such creatures as goats, cats, and everyday snakes to our Mephistophelean menagerie, but today… Here there be dragons. We’re making the biggest addition ever – in more ways than one. We explore the history of devilish dragons and why these mythical monsters are so often associated with Satan. SHOW LINKS Satanic Bay Area…
 
Eugene Scott, Sara Fagen, Xochitl Hinojosa and Dasha Burns join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the GOP winning the issues they targeted coming into the campaign cycle and the possibility of losing in the midterms. A federal judge named a special master to oversee the documents seized during the FBI search of former President Trump’s M…
 
Florida first responders and volunteers begin rescue and clean-up efforts after Hurricane Ian battered cities across the state. Now downgraded to a tropical storm, Ian continues to drench the state as it moves north toward South Carolina. More than 600,000 Duke Energy customers remain without power following the storm. NOAA aerospace engineer Nick …
 
It’s good to see Kelvin Davis has apologised. He called ACT’s MP Karen Chhour to apologise for essentially saying she wasn’t Māori enough . She’s accepted the apology. Yesterday in the house, he said she was “looking at the world from a vanilla lens” And when he was challenged on it later, he didn’t realise. He doubled down and said “She does whaka…
 
In economic news overseas, the Bank of England has had to step in to help fix the UK economy. On September 23rd, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss unveiled her economic strategies, which included excess borrowing and tax cuts for the wealthy. Our UK Correspondent, Enda Brady, joins us here to explain how this affected that nation and forced the Bank of E…
 
19 percent of Auckland's speed limits are about to be reduced. Auckland Transport made this announcement earlier today, without much fanfare. Simeon Brown, National's Transport Spokeperson is here to voice his thought on the matter, and highlight his disapproval of the decision. "The reality is, that's going to have a huge impact on people getting …
 
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is joining forces with exporters to launch beef and lamb filled vending machines in China. This project will begin with two machines being rolled out into Shanghai, one of China's top business districts. The vending machines will be filled with ready to eat beef and lamb meals, and aimed at workers in need of a convenient me…
 
Earlier this week, we found out that the Government plans on letting in 3000 more RSE workers to fill the gaps in the agricultural industry. Jamie Mackay, host of The Country, joins us in discussing whether we can take proper care of that many workers, and how we can make sure they're treated with due respect. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
Today on The Huddle, we have Tim Beveridge, Newstalk ZB host and Simon Wilson, Herald senior writer to talk about the following: Nanaia Mahuta still hasn't recieved her voting papers among other Kiwis - we're at record low voting turn-out, how do we begin to solve this mess? Kelvin Davis has apologised to Chhour over yesterday's comments - was Kelv…
 
Our Kiwi dollar dropping has been a big topic of conversation this week. So how is it faring against the U.S dollar relative to everyone else? The NZ Herald business editor at large, Liam Dann, explains how it measures up here. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
Auckland Council needs an extra $20 million dollar boost to their Economic Development agency to promote the city and encourage major events to be set in the region. In order to plug up the gap, they've turned to asking local Auckland businesses to contribute financially. Here to offer his take on this imperfect solution is Gavin Oliver, managing d…
 
The current local body elections are up and running, but the low voter turnout is a significant issue. Many people also haven't received their voting papers in the lead up to the election. Grant Duncan, political commentator, is here to offer some solutions to people who might not have gotten their papers, as well as explain why the voter turnout i…
 
The World of Wearable Arts festival is back tonight after two years of cancellations. It’s running for three weeks at the TSB Arena, with more than 100 finalists from 20 countries. The director for the festival, Malia Johnstone is here to talk us through it. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Te Whatu Ora is warning nurses that their decision to turn down extra shifts next week could be illegal. The Nurses Organisation has told their members to just work their contracted shifts next week. Te Whatu Ora's saying that could be an unlawful strike, because it's refusal to do something that's a normal part of the job. Employment expert, Max W…
 
Kelvin Davis has issued an apology to ACT MP Karen Chhour following his controversial comment about her seeing the world through "vanilla eyes" despite Karen Chhour being Maori. Our political editor, Barry Soper, is with us to explain why Labour definitely motivated him to make the apology for their sake. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
The Crown is appealing teen rapist Jayden Meyer's nine month home detention sentence. This is despite the Crown originally submitting that a home detention sentence would be most appropriate. This was the sentence that created protests around the country. Victims advocate, Ruth Money, is here to talk us through the appeal and what we should expect …
 
Eden Park is unlikely to get the chance to host any more All Blacks test matches next year. This is due to the rules surrounding exclusivity that FIFA has in place for the Football World Cup. Jason Pine, host of Weekend Sport, explains why this news isn't surprising to learn about here. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Among the many personal details that got leaked during the infamous Optus data breach, one notable aspect of the leak involved many customers having their passport numbers released. Replacing a passport is a costly thing for many people, and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wants Optus to cover all these charges for their customers. Austr…
 
Kiwi Water Park, one of the country's biggest water parks, may be forced to shut down before the upcoming summer season. The attraction won't be able to open up again unless a state highway with a right turning bay is implemented by November. Kiwi Water Park co-owner Emily Rutherford explains what this all means here, and how the water park had dea…
 
Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as a category 4 storm, leaving thousands without power and areas flooded. Coastal cities of Naples, Sanibel and Punta Gorda, Fla. face severe storm surge. Ali Velshi reports from Naples and Steve Patterson reports from St. Petersburg, Fla.. Ed McCrane, Sarasota County’s Emergency Management Director discusses…
 
DOB IN A SERVO: Fuel excise cut scrapping SHOULDN'T see prices rise immediately - but listeners tell us otherwise; And Hurricane Ian brings shark into Florida streets See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The Tasmania Briefing
 
"Increasing Numbers of US Students Look for a ‘Real’ World," read a 1965 headline from the magazine Moderator. "Academics: Get Real!," the Harvard Business Review implored in 2009. "‘Defund the police’ runs into reality," the Washington Post warned in 2021. "As Latin America Shifts Left, Leaders Face a Short Honeymoon," the New York Times declared …
 
Today on The Huddle, Nick Leggett, Chief Executive of Transport NZ and Jack Tame, host of Saturday Morning and Q&A join us to talk about the following: The petition about alcohol sponsorship being banned in sports. At 8000 signatures strong, will it go through? And aren't there bigger things to worry about? Local Government voting is at a record lo…
 
The IMF has criticised the current UK Government over its' plan for tax cuts. They've asked current Prime Minister Liz Truss to reconsider her current plan, which is based on offering tax cuts to the wealthy. Our UK correspondent, Gavin Grey, is here with us now to talk about the IMF's unusually direct criticisms, which state that these tax cuts wi…
 
Our latest monthly job numbers are out today. Infometrics say businesses are starting to turn to youth and older workers to fill the gaps in the workforce. Brad Olsen, Infometrics principal economist has been looking into this for us. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
Back in August, the Government announced it would give build to rent owners a tax break. We've just found out Inland Revenue and the Treasury opposed that decision. With us now is Jenee Tibshraeny, the NZ Herald Wellington business editor. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Telecommunications company Vodafone announced that they will be re-branding to One New Zealand. This is set to come into effect in early 2023. Vodafone has stated that they made this decision in order to better reflect New Zealand and its development from a global group to a domestic operator. Jason Paris, Vodafone CEO, is here with us to talk abou…
 
Next year, the Census is scheduled to take place, and strategies to increase the turnout are already being discussed. The previous census had a lower turnout than expected, with only 83 percent of the eligible population filling it in as opposed to the target amount of 94 percent. As such, the focus for the next few months is to find a way to get i…
 
A new study appears to have validated our collective dislike for pointless meetings. New research coming out of the US confirms that meetings cost companies $175 million a year in productivity and that a third of them are pointless. Professor of Human Resource Management at AUT, Jarrod Haar, joins us now to discuss the study and offer up some theor…
 
A petition with more than 8000 signatures is calling on MP's everywhere to support Chloe Swarbrick's new anti-alcohol bill. The bill will ban alcohol sponsorship in sports and ban appeals of liquor licensing decisions. Alcohol Healthwatch's Executive Director, Nicki Jackson, joins us here to talk about the bill and highlight that it raises good poi…
 
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