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OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie

OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie

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Former morning news co-anchors Dan Presser and Carrie Cokins reunite behind the microphone after 20+ years! Join Dan & Carrie as they catch up with old newsroom friends and explore new topics. What's old is new again! **Podcast photo and Zoom background images courtesy of photographer, Gregg Schieve of Schieve Photo. https://etsy.me/3S2wucP
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That's Old News

Laurie & Ben

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It's the latest news on the oldest stories. Join three (slightly clueless) fans of history and archaeology for a comical take on the latest news about the past from historical, archaeological and scientific research. See some fake reviews below! "There must be someone who likes stuff like this, surely" - Supportive friends and family "It does a great job of keeping the cats calm when there's fireworks." - Barbara from number 32 "This is the trouble with using shuffle in store, you get stuff ...
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Old News is a podcast where we take the Old Testament, and apply it to Youth Ministry. Graphics by Samantha Payne, Photos Credit: Ben Maze Fine Art
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Send us a Text Message. There's a common thread running through the reporters we've interviewed on OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie...an intense love for storytelling. Kim Dawson-Brooks takes storytelling to the next level, whether it's reporting the news, sharing how Milwaukee inmates are turning their lives around, taking pictures that speak a thousand…
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Join the That’s Old News team in this episode as they discuss one of the worlds oldest persevered eggs found in the UK, a recently discovered roman flatpack bed (watch out IKEA), and the 45,000 year old stone age technology at one of the oldest archaeological sites in China. Enjoy this cracking episode! References Ben’s Story - Roman Egg https://ww…
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Send us a Text Message. It was a couple years of living in Australia that sent this Kansas based stage performer on a detour through the TV News business. But, it didn't take long for Margo Losey Mikkelson to find her way back to music and the theatre. In this episode, she tells us about her journey and we welcome a "pop-in" visit from one of her O…
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Send us a Text Message. Today's episode of OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie is for anyone who consumes news, works in news, or has heard of news! We're getting higher level education from the head of the Journalism School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Kathleen (Katy) Culver! Get practical tips for broader news consumption, learn how the UW-Madi…
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Send us a Text Message. A young Paul Pitas thought he was going to be an Aeronautical Engineer. A few Physics and Chemistry classes later he realized Business and Marketing degrees were a better route for him. First, though. he landed in TV news, starting his career as a reporter and finishing up as an Anchor and News Director at WKOW-TV in Madison…
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Send us a Text Message. If you watched sports in Wisconsin (and several other states!) "back in the day," you'll probably recognize this man's voice. In this podcast episode of OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie, Ken Syke takes us into the world of broadcasting in the 1970s and 80s. Learn what drew him to play-by-play announcing, and how those skills set h…
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Send us a Text Message. Local TV has been a launchpad for many careers, including a couple of our favorite creatives: Jill Genter and Steve Donovan. In Jill's case it was also a tumbling pad and a great landing place for a decades-long career in Marketing and Creative Services. For Steve, working with Jill at WKOW-TV was the perfect place to build …
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Send us a Text Message. (Previously recorded April 17th) Join our conversation with Emmy Award Winning Reporter, Samara Sodos! Sam realized her elementary school reporting dreams with a career that's taken her across the country and world! Today, Sam teaches at the college level, is surprised at how much journalism school has changed since the "old…
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Send us a Text Message. Sandy Kowal of Simply Creative Production has done so much. Who knew? She started in TV News as a photographer, became the first Assistant News Director at WKOW-TV, and started her own production business. Plus, she's a heck of a musician and apparently, a set-up comedian...kinda? Find out more in this episode with Dan & Car…
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Send us a Text Message. Shannon Payette Seip's career path is like none other! From early days working in TV news, to creating the healthy, kid- focused restaurant chain, Bean Sprouts, to taking her musical theater dreams to the next level...hear what drives Shannon to live life to the fullest. Plus, hear how this fearless go-getter battles crippli…
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Send us a Text Message. What did it take to put together a newscast back when Fleetwood Mac topped the charts? Photographer Gregg Schieve learned pretty quickly when he started in the film room at WKOW-TV in Madison, Wisconsin. Listen in as he talks to Dan and Carrie about his time in TV news, video production and his life-long pursuit of moving im…
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Send us a Text Message. KETV Sports Director Andy Kendeigh joins us to talk about his 30+ year career in sports broadcasting. Find out what he learned from being fired as an intern and what he tells college students who want to follow in his footsteps. WATCH the episode with bonus videos and photos: https://youtu.be/zedRpXjvGyU On X: AKendeighKETV …
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Send us a Text Message. From very small news markets to one of the largest, WBBM-TV Segment Producer Zak Spector has written and produced news stories about some of the biggest events of our time. This Chicago native made it back home after a stop working with Dan & Carrie in Madison. What advice does he have for young journalists? Find out! *Pleas…
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Send us a Text Message. Kit Kendeigh Beyer went from covering politics to working in politics. It wasn't easy leaving broadcasting...especially while working with her brother, Sports Anchor/Reporter Andy Kendeigh (featured in an upcoming episode)! Get a behind-the-scenes look at the world of political communications. Find out why Kit relates politi…
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Send us a Text Message. Our guest this episode is former U.S. Congressman and award-winning TV reporter, Scott Klug. His podcast Lost in the Middle: America's Political Orphans explores how the U.S. got into the political mess it's in now. Klug unveils some of the turning points that seemingly sent our politics into a tailspin and talks to some peo…
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Send us a Text Message. Sports broadcaster Jay Wilson is a familiar face to TV viewers in Wisconsin. For nearly 40 years he covered the rise of the Badgers, Packers, Brewers and Bucks! You might know him from his reporting on games at your high school. Jay can still be seen on-air and online doing games on Big Ten Plus. But, in his retirement, he's…
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Send us a Text Message. You may recognize our OLD NEWS guest from old TV shows like Saved by the Bell, Murder She Wrote, and My Two Dads! Or perhaps you recognize him from his days as our morning reporter on WKOW-TV’s 27 First News! Whether he was jumping out of airplanes, milking cows at the World Dairy Expo, or covering breaking news, this guy pu…
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Send us a Text Message. Our guest this time started producing TV News and found his way to cable TV programs. Todd Vaske of Agile Video used to put the morning newscast together back when we were on air at WKOW-TV. Now he runs his own production business. You might notice a couple of themes lacing their way through this conversation. Bon Apetit! Cl…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, meet "Man of the Woods" Bill Sherck...our former newsroom colleague at WKOW-TV in Madison, Wisconsin. Being forced out of the news biz in Minneapolis ultimately led to Bill's dream job...telling incredible stories about the great outdoors through iconic shows including Minnesota Bound. Hear how he landed his…
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Send us a Text Message. Our guest in this episode is truly one-of-a-kind! FOX17's Chief Meteorologist, Kevin Craig has a classic broadcast story. From radio news to TV news to forecasting the weather, Kevin has seen a whole lot in his nearly 30-year career. Listen in as Dan & Carrie talk to their OLD NEWS colleague about his career journey and his …
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Leon Yin is an investigative data journalist recognised for his work on how technology impacts society. We got to interview Leon in April 2023. At that point, he was working at The Markup, a non-profit newsroom focused on being the watchdog of the tech industry. During his time there, he worked on stories that made even the chair of Congress’s anti…
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Send us a Text Message. Today we catch up with our OLD NEWS friend, Rena Sarigianopoulos! Rena is an award winning news reporter and anchor at KARE 11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Join us as we chat about everything from running marathons to running her own camera as a “MSJ” (tune-in to learn what that means!?!) to what life is like today living and …
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Send us a Text Message. His career sounds like an adventure novel. Broadcast journalist John Stofflet has literally been to the ends of the Earth and Timbuktu. With dozens of awards for reporting and newscasting, John completed a career that started in Madison by returning to anchor at WMTV-TV, the NBC affiliate. In between, he reported and hosted …
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Send us a Text Message. This journalist is anything but old news! Lisa Fielding joins Dan and Carrie to share her fascinating career path that led her to her current role as a WBBM-Newsradio Chicago reporter and anchor. Lisa was a pioneer 20+ years ago when Fox expanded to local news. She shares her mental health struggles after the pandemic, her l…
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Send us a Text Message. THIS JUST IN... WE HAVE BREAKING NEWS TO REPORT! Welcome to the intro episode - A.K.A. Episode #0 - of our brand new podcast: OLD NEWS with Dan & Carrie! Join us as we explain who we are, why we're launching this podcast, and what our plans are for future episodes! Please join us...and thank you for listening!…
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Pei Ying Loh is the co-founder of The Kontinentalist, an organisation that tells stories about Asia using data. Since its start, The Kontinentalist has worked hard to find creative ways to tell data stories on topics ranging from how the rubber industry in Singapore and Malaysia was shaped by colonialism, to Asia’s favourite alcoholic beverages. Th…
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Does a good opinion piece have to be backed up by facts? Or does the word ‘opinion’ give journalists the freedom to make statements that don’t require verification? We asked Bobby Ghosh, a columnist and editor at Bloomberg Opinion, because we wanted to better understand the difference between a good opinion piece and a bad opinion piece. Bobby has …
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Journalists are often described as the watchdogs of democracy. It can be a difficult career choice with poor pay and very real threats from those in power. And Al Jazeera’s show, The Listening Post, is working to keep tabs on what the world’s media is up to. We asked Meenakshi Ravi, executive producer at The Listening Post, how her team approaches …
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We’re back with a bang (and a new co-host!) Join Ben, Laurie and Taryn as they embark on a new series of That’s Old News exploring the latest research into the human past. This week they’ll be discussing the earliest evidence of psychoactive drug use in Europe, the unique story behind the discovery of a potential of a Denisovan skull in 2021 and th…
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Kiri Rupiah is the Communities Editor at The Continent, a publication that covers stories from around Africa in their weekly newspaper. The paper is distributed over WhatsApp, Signal and email. We spoke to Kiri over a call about The Continent’s journey since its inception two years ago. You can find the transcript of this interview and other interv…
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Harlo Holmes is the Chief Information Security Officer and Director of Digital Security at the Freedom of the Press Foundation. She works with journalists and media organisations to help make the digital space safer for them and their work. She’s also contributed to The Guardian Project, a collaborative open-source project that develops secure apps…
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We spoke to The City's Executive Director Nic Dawes about the role of local journalism in New York City. Nic Dawes is the Executive Director of The City, a non-profit newsroom covering local stories in New York. He serves on the board of investigative journalism organisation AmaBhungane, Coda Story and the Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism. Be…
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This week, we’re bringing you our interview with the managing director, Mercy Abang, and editor-in-chief, Tina Lee, of Unbias The News (a newsroom by Hostwriter). We wanted to speak to them about the work they do and how they see their work as an effort to increase representation in media. We talked about some ways that journalists are affected by …
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Alan Soon and Rishad Patel have made it their mission to help out media startups in Asia. They are the co-founders of Splice, and they host courses, meet-ups and a growing community space on Slack called Planet Splice, where over 200 journalists and media professionals share ideas and opportunities. Their audio course on building a viable media bus…
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Kevin Douglas Grant is the co-founder and Chief Content Officer of The GroundTruth Project, a non-profit news organisation with the mission of supporting early-career journalists. To achieve its mission, The GroundTruth Project helps pay a portion of the salary and benefits of a local journalist at publications in the US, India, Nigeria and Brazil.…
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Camille Padilla Dalmau is the founding member and editorial/product lead of 9 Millones, a media platform from Puerto Rico that launched during the pandemic. Through 9 Millones, Camille works with journalists, creators and nonprofits to reclaim Puerto Rican narratives. Before launching 9 Millones, Camille was a journalism professor at Universidad de…
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HR Venkatesh describes his career path as ‘restless.’ He's had many roles within the journalism industry, from being a reporter, to an anchor, editor and even an entrepreneur. Venkatesh was a founding editor at The Quint, and he’s been a Tow-Knight fellow, ICFJ Fellow and a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University. He’s now the director of trai…
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E' stato pubblicato da SIMEST a fine settembre un nuovo bando per gli ecommerce ✅BENEFICIARI PMI ✅AGEVOLAZIONE Fondo perduto del 40% per le imprese del Sud Fondo perduto del 25% per le altre imprese Finanziamento a tasso 0,055% per la rimanente quota 📅SCADENZA Pre apertura sportello 21/10/2021 Apertura: 28/10/2021 Bando ad esaurimento fondi 📌SCHEDA…
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E' stato pubblicato da SIMEST a fine settembre un nuovo bando per le fiere internazionali ✅BENEFICIARI PMI ✅AGEVOLAZIONE Fondo perduto del 40% per le imprese del Sud Fondo perduto del 25% per le altre imprese Finanziamento a tasso 0,055% per la rimanente quota 📅SCADENZA Pre apertura sportello 21/10/2021 Apertura: 28/10/2021 Bando ad esaurimento fon…
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E' stato pubblicato da SIMEST a fine settembre un nuovo bando per la Digitalizzazione e la Transizione Ecologica. ✅BENEFICIARI PMI ✅AGEVOLAZIONE Fondo perduto del 40% per le imprese del Sud Fondo perduto del 25% per le altre imprese Finanziamento a tasso 0,055% per la rimanente quota 📅SCADENZA Pre apertura sportello 21/10/2021 Apertura: 28/10/2021 …
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Con il DGR n. 885 del 30 giugno 2021 la Regione Veneto è intervenuta con un nuovo regolamento per il “Fondo di Rotazione Anticrisi Attività Produttive” che prevede la concessione di #finanziamenti #agevolati e a #fondo #perduto per le imprese coinvolte nella crisi economica conseguente all’emergenza epidemiologica da #COVID-19 per iniziative finali…
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Grazie alla rivoluzione portata da Industria 4.0 oggi è possibile introdurre dei servizi a valore aggiunto in molti ambiti delle attività produttive e commerciali. La quantità di dati disponibile ma soprattutto la possibilità di acquisirli e gestirli in modalità remota e in “real time” consente di impostare un nuovo dialogo nella filiera produttiva…
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Link al corso >> https://www.reteagevolazioni.it/corso-cfo-4/ Le nuove tecnologie digitali, come l’Intelligenza Artificiale e i Big Data, stanno trasformando radicalmente i processi e, in alcuni casi, i modelli di business delle aziende, generando al contempo grandi quantità di dati e informazioni. In questo contesto il ruolo del CFO è diventare at…
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