Jupiter Farms, YOUR community has its very own podcast. The Jupiter Farms Residents PODCAST! Of course, JFR has monthly community meetings, and we regularly interact on our Facebook page and there's also our e-Newsletter. Yet we keep hearing from people wanting to hear MORE about our community. To answer that, we’ve decided to do a monthly podcast to keep you even more informed about what’s going on in "The Farms." Sure, we’ll hit all the basics, “When is the hoedown?” “When do the Christmas Trees go on pre-sale?” “When is the next meeting?” – but we hope to bring you a lot more. Many times, an email or a post can get missed – our messages have a lot of competition out there, so we want to meet you where YOU are - and for most of us that’s on our mobile phones.So, whether you’re an experienced podcaster or not quite sure where to get them – don’t worry. If you’re reading this, you’re in the right spot. Just hit the subscribe button wherever you got this podcast and you’re good. Every episode we release will come to you absolutely free.Thanks for listening! And please don’t forget to hit that subscribe button and tell your friends and neighbors about this exciting new addition to our community.
By Someone Talked Media
The goal of our podcasts is to provide timely, relevant information to cities, legislators, media and the public by highlighting and focusing on specific topics in quick-paced episodes. We will discuss policy, legal issues and advocacy matters in a relaxed, conversational style designed to inform and educate while doing so in an interesting and entertaining way.
By League of Oregon Cities
Created as an informational outlet, for fun and amusement, Hosts Corey and Tricia discuss some of their town’s (Cheshire, CT) current issues. A couple of desks, some microphones, audio equipment, an iPad, and computers surround the two—everything they need to record the Cheshire Cast. Join them as they discuss town happenings and current events and share their opinions on different topics.
By Corey & Tricia
CountyCast is a podcast series from the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners designed to educate listeners about the level of government closest to the people – counties. Join host Amber Harris as we share county stories from North Carolina, help people understand county government’s impact and why it matters, and attempt to entertain while celebrating counties and our members.
By North Carolina Association of County Commissioners
<p>Grab your cup of coffee ☕️ and join us on the radio! </p><p>Recently crowned by SF Weekly as "San Francisco's Best Community Radio Show", Roll Over Easy takes you from under the covers to after coffee every Thursday morning. </p><p>We wake up San Francisco each week with a healthy dose of positive news and banter, as well as an interview with a local who's helping improve the City at the start of our 8:30 hour. </p><p>Our show is an optimistic look at San Francisco that showcases the people and places that give the City its character. Our hope is that by the end of the show you'll be a bit more knowledgeable about the City, and be a bit more in love with it too. We ask our guests hard-hitting questions like where their favorite breakfast spots are and what their weekend adventures look like, as provide them with plenty of opportunities to share about all the great work they're doing in their local communities. </p><p>So if you're waking up next to your babe or if Muni is making you late for the 4th time this week, let Sequoia & The Early Bird serenade you with the sweet sounds of a proper San Francisco good morning. </p>
By Sequoia, The Early Bird
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By City of Holland
Where two history buffs go far beyond the Freedom Trail to share our favorite stories from the history of Boston, the hub of the universe.
By HUB History
This podcast series will share how creative ideas have made the Tallahassee community more successful and the catalysts behind them. It will also highlight how quality of life and innovation serve as key drivers in retaining talent. Created by Knight Creative Communities Institute Tallahassee (KCCI) is responsible for transformative projects all over Tallahassee like Gaines Street, Cascades Park, Midtown, the new TLH urban park and the #iHeartTally campaign. Find out more at www.kccitallahassee.com. Host: Betsy Couch Creator/Producer/Editor: Alison Leavitt