Former Longhorn and NFL star, Brian "BJ" Jones podcasts on University of Texas Longhorn football in the first-ever podcast devoted to UT football, including Heisman-candidate Vince Young. BJ tackles all aspects of Texas football, he interviews past and current players, breaks-down future games and even features cool Austin bands. You also can catch BJ on Longhorn Sports Center with Mack Brown, FOX Sports and CSTV.
Outdoorsy is a new podcast from Valley Public Radio, NPR for Central California. We take you to wild places in the middle of California and introduce you to the people that explore them. This part of the Golden State is home to some of the best outdoor places to explore. Think Yosemite National Park, Sierra National Forest, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and so many more. Take a listen. Hosts: Ezra David Romero - Twitter: @ezraromero Kerry Klein - Twitter: @EineKleineKerry Instagram: @outdoorsypod Twitter: @Outdoorsypod
By Ezra David Romero
The State Bar of Texas Podcast is a monthly show featuring news and discussions relevant to the legal profession, from the latest industry trends and caselaw to practice tips and State Bar programs. Host Rocky Dhir, attorney and CEO of Dallas-based Atlas Legal Research, invites thought leaders and innovators to share their insight and knowledge on what matters to practitioners.
By Legal Talk Network
The Full Story is a lively, thought-provoking news program that delivers intelligent conversation on what’s happening right now in our community. In a weekly show, WSHU’s long-time Morning Edition host Tom Kuser explores the news that is important in our region during these extraordinary times, including the Black Lives Matter movement, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the reopening of the economy following the shutdown.
By WSHU Public Radio
You Have a Friend in Detroit is the podcast that explores the nooks and crannies of America’s most denigrated, celebrated, forgotten, important, decimated, resurgent city. Everything you’ve heard about Detroit is true. There are wastelands, and there are artisanal bakeries. There is crime, and there are concerts. There is unemployment, and there are the hardest-working, most creative people you’ll ever meet. You Have a Friend in Detroit tells the stories that are unique to Detroit, the stalwart city that captures the whole world’s imagination. You know all the words to our music, our innovations got you to work this morning, and you probably have a picture of us in your minds. But now you know someone in Detroit. You Have a Friend in Detroit is hosted by Jason Carr and presented by WDIV Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com.
By WDIV Local 4 and Graham Media Group
The Port of San Francisco manages the waterfront as the gateway to a world-class city, and advances environmentally and financially sustainable maritime, recreational and economic opportunities to serve the City, Bay Area, and California. The @SFPort Podcast brings you highlights, news, and important updates about the Port of San Francisco’s work and keeps you current with what is going on at the waterfront.
By Port of San Francisco
Eye on 65 showcases creative ways for public sector plan sponsors to keep the promise of retiree health care. Ask public sector employees why they chose a government job, and many will note the expectation of a stable pension and retiree health benefits. But the percentage of public sector retirees who receive these benefits is shrinking. Five years ago, 83 percent of state and local governments provided retirees health care coverage; today it’s 68 percent. And retirement without health care isn’t very secure. We’re helping public sector plan sponsors make sense of the options available when it comes to their retiree population’s health care benefits, from Group Medicare Advantage Plans to individual Medicare marketplaces—also known as Medicare exchanges—to health reimbursement arrangements, and how they can manage change and help retirees navigate choice. Tune in with Willis Towers Watson’s Marianne Steger to find out how public sector retiree health care promises can be kept.
By Willis Towers Watson