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Best Industry News podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Industry News podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Team Human is a weekly podcast and set of resources enabling human intervention in the economic, technological, and social programs that determine how we live, work, and interact. This is media as cultural resistance and a path to social change.
 
The United States of Anxiety: The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history and its grip on our future. Many of the political and social arguments we’re having now started in the aftermath of the Civil War, when Americans set out to do something no one had tried before: build the world’s first multiracial democracy. The podcast gives voters the context to understand what’s at stake in this election. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other ...
 
Round Table is the premiere English talk show that debates issues affecting China. The show shines with its three hosts who come from diverse backgrounds and offer bold as well as researched discussion on some of the hottest topics headlining in the Middle Kingdom. Everything from economic regulation to social issues, cultural differences to gender differences, the RT team has you covered with comprehensive information and addicting charisma.
 
The Property Podcast from Property Hub (propertyhub.net) is the podcast for all property investors – new or experienced. Rob Bence and Rob Dix discuss a different property topic and property news item each week, passing on their knowledge and experience to the listeners. They both invest in UK Property so they practise what they preach. No hard sell, no bull just straight talking property investment advice!
 
Learn how BUSY PEOPLE like you can build substantial passive income while creating wealth for the long-term. Gain expert knowledge and advice on real estate investing as Marco Santarelli (of Norada Real Estate Investments) shares his strategies and valuable insights with a special emphasis on Passive and Turnkey (done-for-you) real estate investments. . . Discover proven strategies and a wealth formula for making money with real estate in ANY market and avoid common and costly mistakes. If y ...
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
An advert free, Weekly digital marketing podcast with listeners in over 180 countries worldwide, The Digital Marketing Podcast combines interviews with global experts, together with the latest news, tools, strategies and techniques to give your digital marketing the edge. Perfect for your daily commute, the podcast aims to be both entertaining and informative. Produced by Target Internet and hosted by Digital Marketing and E-commerce Expert, Ciaran Rogers and Award Winning Author and Speaker ...
 
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Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) South Korean Government Raised COVID-19 Alert to Its ‘Highest’ Level as Confirmed Cases Surpass 600 2) The Art of Documentary Photography: Dorothea Lange Reconsidered Please share your feedback by emailing feedback@spokenedition.com.
 
Will novel coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, morph into a global pandemic? Health officials worldwide are concerned about incidents of human-to-human transmission of the illness, although it continues to have a relatively low death rate. Amna Nawaz reports and Georgetown University's Dr. Lawrence Gostin, who has advised the World Health Organizat…
 
The virus that quarantined entire cities in China has spread far beyond, raising the specter of a global pandemic. As cases of novel coronavirus rise in other countries, panic is rippling through financial markets. Grant Thornton economist Diane Swonk joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the virus' economic impact, including effects on travel and tourism…
 
In our news wrap Monday, a man in the German town of Volkmarsen drove his car into a parade, injuring around 30 people, including children. Police say the driver deliberately hit the revelers, some of whom were seriously hurt. Also, Malaysia is in political turmoil after its prime minister abruptly resigned. Supporters abandoned Mahathir Mohamad to…
 
In his first official visit to India, President Trump was greeted largely with warmth and enthusiasm. But his arrival, at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing widespread criticism for a new law that opens pathways to citizenship for non-Muslim immigrants from neighboring countries, also touched off demonstrations against the two leade…
 
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser takes a look at 5 of his favorite passages from Warren Buffett's most recent shareholder letter. Then make sure to catch Matt Frankel's conversation with Marcos Rosenberg, Head of U.S. Deposits with Marcus by Goldman Sachs! To get 50% off our Stock Advisor service, go to https://…
 
Northland's drought crisis is getting worse with the regional council on the verge of restricting water usage in 23 coastal communities. The acquifers in those areas are dangerously low - so low that people drawing water from them may start noticing it tastes salty. It can take months for a bore to recover once saltwater gets into it. Ali McHugh is…
 
The vaping industry says tighter regulations around vaping and e-cigarettes could push some back into smoking. New legislation before Parliament includes age restrictions, an advertising ban, and limits on flavours. Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa says restricting some vape flavours to specialist stores will help prevent young people from pi…
 
India went into the first cricket test against New Zealand as hot favourites - the world's number one-ranked team hadn't lost any of their last seven matches. But the visitors crumbled at the Basin Reserve, two poor batting performances allowing the Black Caps to wrap up a 10-wicket win with a day's play to spare. Corin Dann speaks to to Sharda Ugr…
 
Former Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein has been convicted of sexual assault by a New York jury. It's a landmark verdict in the #MeToo movement. Sixty-seven-year-old Weinstein was one of Hollywood's most powerful men - and the prosecutor's case was that he used that power to keep his victims silent. Denise Beek from the #MeToo movement speaks…
 
Less than two years after undergoing a four-year earthquake strengthening upgrade, the National War Memorial in Wellington has been closed indefinitely because engineers say it's an earthquake risk. The Ministry of Culture and Heritage says it's too soon to say just how dangerous the Carillion tower and Hall of Memories would be in an earthquake. B…
 
Forestry contractors say as many as 1500 forestry workers could be out of a job soon because of the coronavirus outbreak. Finance Minister Grant Robertson says options are being looked at for moving the workers to conservation jobs in Southland but Forest Industry Contractors Association chief executive Prue Younger says that's unlikely to be a sol…
 
European shares have today had their biggest one-day slump since the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016 after the jump in coronavirus cases rattled investors. In London the FTSE 100 recorded its worst one-day performance in more than four-and-a-half years. The Dow Jones followed suit, opening nearly 3 per cent down Financial Times markets editors Mic…
 
Home comforts certainly helped the Black Caps reverse their Test fortunes and score a 10 wicket win over India in the first Test at the Basin Reserve yesterday. New Zealand rebounded from their three-nil hiding from Australia, while India suffered their first loss in eight games in the ICC World Test Championship. Sports reporter Barry Guy reflects…
 
The Prime Minister touched down in Fiji last night where the red carpet was rolled out and locals lined the streets to catch a glimpse of Jacinda Ardern. All the stops are being pulled out for this trip - the first visit by a New Zealand Prime Minister since 2016. RNZ political reporter Jo Moir is travelling with the Prime Minister and joins us now…
 
The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter in Invercargill has recorded a $300 million loss - blaming the result on high power prices and a volatile market. Rio Tinto owns the smelter and said last year it would be reviewing the plant's future, given drastic fluctuations in global aluminium prices. Graham Budd is the chief executive of Great South, the Sout…
 
The number of over-55s ending up on the jobseeker benefit is steadily on the rise, prompting calls for employers to change their attitudes to older workers. Advocates say keeping older people in the workforce has plenty of benefits, but some employers still opt for fresh blood over someone with a wealth of experience. RNZ social issues reporter Sar…
 
The four men facing Serious Fraud Office charges over electoral donations, including sitting MP Jami-Lee Ross, have their first appearance at court today. The charges relate to two $100,000 donations paid to the National Party - one in 2017 and the second in 2018. RNZ political editor, Jane Patterson, looks at the chain of events leading up to toda…
 
Warning: Some people may find parts of this story distressing. A mother grieving for her son who died in state care says she is devastated that Oranga Tamariki did not alert her as soon as he was rushed to hospital. Fourteen-year-old Sonny Marks died on New Years Day in 2019 from suspected suicide but his mother Ana Ransfield says she was not told …
 
The World Health Organization has said the world should do more to prepare for a possible coronavirus pandemic. The WHO says it is too early to call the outbreak a pandemic but countries should be "in a phase of preparedness" as more cases of the virus continue to emerge. Yesterday the Government extended the China travel ban until at least 3 March…
 
World markets have plunged as the number of coronavirus cases outside China surge. The Dow was down by a thousand points at midday in New York following steep losses in Asia and Europe. Here the NZX had its worst day in four months and in Australia A$50 billion was wiped off the ASX. Bloomberg senior editor John Authers is on the line from New York…
 
Disgraced Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, has been convicted of sexual assault by a New York jury. However, he was acquitted on two counts of predatory sexual assault - the most serious charges he faced - that could have sent him to prison for the rest of his life. Weinstein - who is 67 years old - was one of Hollywood's most powerful men - a…
 
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants new rules for social media.Every year politicians and security experts meet in Munich to discuss how to keep the world safe. This year they invited Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. He told the conference governments need to create new rules for social media platforms to stop the spread of harmful content and d…
 
It's expected around 1500 forestry workers will have lost their jobs by the end of the month, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Forest Industry Contractors Association chief executive Prue Younger says with no end in sight to the disruption, the situation is reaching crisis point. Yesterday, Finance Minister Grant Robertson said options were being l…
 
Musicans from around the country took their instruments to the grounds of Parliament yesterday to celebrate the 87th birthday of RNZ Concert. In one of the more soothing demonstrations seen at Parliament, they made the point they want to see the station celebrate many more anniversaries. Earlier this month, RNZ management announced a restructure wh…
 
Universities are scrambling to convince officials they can safely manage an influx of students from China if the coronavirus travel ban is relaxed. New Zealand's borders are currently closed to all foreign travellers coming from mainland China but universities want an exemption for tertiary students. The Government has signalled it's open to the id…
 
Becoming a powerful listing agent isn't difficult, but it does require the higest level of skill. Working with buyers is physical labor, but working with seller is mental labor. If a 50% ratio is a failing score on a test, it's also a big fat fail when it comes to taking listings. Losing half the time will not put you on the path to being a top pro…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Review: Political Thriller The Last Thing He Wanted Makes Its Audience Work Too Hard 2) Worrying About ‘Work-Life Balance’ Can Be a Trap. Here’s What to Try Instead 3) Column: Congress Has Always Been Partisan and That’s a Good Thing 4) 7 Young Inventors Who See a Better Way 5) 2 People Killed by New Orleans Mardi…
 
Victory for Iran's hardliners in this month’s parliamentary elections has come at the cost of a despondent population suffering under the weight of renewed US sanctions. With the future of the nuclear deal in doubt and isolationist leaders in the ascendant, Andrew England, Middle East editor, and Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Tehran correspondent, discuss wha…
 
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