Tax$ense: Keeping What's Yours, is a two-hour radio program that airs every Saturday from 12pm-2pm on AM 1380 KTKZ The Answer. Each broadcast is then presented as a podcast for your listening pleasure. Hosts Owen Arnoff and Randy Roth promise a lively, informational, and entertaining program. They will discuss how you can save money on taxes, protect your assets and avoid the costly mistakes that many people make during their lifetime. You will find this information interesting and profitable, whether you are a business owner, real estate investor, have IRS problems or just want to learn how to stay ahead of the constantly changing tax code. For more about Owen and Randy, please visit http://www.April15th.com
By Owen Arnoff and Randy Roth
This podcast series provides listeners with the opportunity to hear what experts are saying about improving indoor air quality in residential construction, healthier homes and green building in the new home industry. The podcasts focus on EPA’s Indoor airPLUS program, designed to help builders meet the growing consumer preference for homes with improved indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
By EPA Indoor airPLUS
Pangea explores how cutting-edge media makers explain and document all sorts of global issues. New episodes deliver in-depth conversations with bloggers, curators, journalists and filmmakers. The podcast is hosted by Jaclyn Schiff, an independent journalist and media professional, in the Chicago area.
By Jaclyn Schiff
Welcome to Down to Earth, an audio podcast about the news, events and personalities that make up Earthjustice. Earthjustice is a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment.
This online forum is a sample of multimedia content produced by the Black Hills National Forest and Wayne National Forest in the form of ForestNet audio and videocast products. All products are in the public domain. This site is not used by the U.S. Forest Service for official business purposes.
By Gary C. Chancey