Government And Organizations Podcasts
This podcast demonstrates CMS commitment to transparency and outreach by presenting CMS-related policies, updates, and innovations on as many platforms as possible. It is also a direct response to stakeholder suggestions that a podcast would be a modern, user-friendly way to stay informed about the Agency.
Dedicated to the art of becoming a more influential advocate. Our goal is to help you by educating, engaging, and activating you to become a champion for the causes you care about with enthusiasm, while providing you with powerful lifelong habits enabling YOU to become a superior advocate.
By Roger Rickard
Join Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association at the table for discussion of statewide industry issues and intelligence. Host Greg Astley, ORLA’s Director of Government Affairs, speaks with industry leaders, policy makers, and business experts about challenges, opportunities and successes in the world of Oregon hospitality.
By Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association
Messages from Andrew & Julia Damazio, lead pastors of The Rose Church in Portland, OR - We exist so that people can know God, find freedom, build relationships and change their world. We hope you are encouraged by this podcast. For more information about The Rose Church please visit www.RoseChurch.org/
By Rose Church
702 partnered with The Moth to present unique story podcasts around issues of personal identity and experiences with HIV/ AIDS. Some stories are from The Moth archives while most in this series will be sourced from “Beneath the Armour: A Moth Storytelling Showcase” - a live event exploring broad themes of personal identity and personal experience with HIV/AIDS.
By Gary Oberholzer
Brass Balls Radio starring Wendy Sullivan and Kimberly Haney explores the issues of the day with a Canadian and US perspective. Brass Balls Radio is produced by Mike Williams of Take That! Media, LLC based in Los Angeles, California.
By Wendy Sullivan and Kimberly Haney
A weekly Podcast about the centennial of WW1, the war that changed the world. It's about THEN - 100 years ago this week; It's about NOW - The Centennial Commemoration It is a fast, informative and entertaining way to track the WW1 Centennial
By The United States World War One Centennial Commission