Backcountry Utah is Utah’s premiere outdoor radio program, which airs drivetime weekdays on six stations across Utah– From Moab to the Idaho Border. Stations currently include– 97.1 FM KCYN in Moab 750 AM KOAL in Price 1340 AM KTMP in Heber 1490 AM KCPX in Spanish Valley 630 AM KTKK in Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo Segments cover a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including Hunting, Off Highway Vehicles, Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Off-Highway Vehicles, Boating, Family Recreation, Skiing, First Aid, Preparedness, Safety, Snowmobiling, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Adventure Travel, etc. Stop by our website at http://www.backcountry-utah.com or http://www.backcountrynetwork.com for news and activities. Join our Facebook Fansite at http://www.backcountryutah.net
By Backcountry Radio Network
SOFREP - Is the #1 resource for authentic, accurate, and timely news and information for U.S. and Allied Special Operations Forces. Now for the first time ever, listen in as we go behind the scenes with US SOCOM Operators. SOFREP is hosted By Brandon Webb, US NAVY SEAL and best selling author. Step up and subscribe now!
By Brandon Webb
The Port Matters podcast is a production of the Corporate Communications department at the Port of San Diego. It serves as a rich media supplement to certain press releases and provides an educational resource for the public regarding affairs that encompass the San Diego Bay.
By Port of San Diego
The Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) hosts two series of podcasts: The monthly Live Web Seminar Series on Contemporary Challenges to Humanitarian Law and Policy explores a wide range of issues related to IHL. In addition, the Humanitarian Assistance Podcast is aimed at those working in the humanitarian context who are seeking to increase their knowledge of modern issues related to Humanitarian Action.
By Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University
Materials in this survival guide provide information about setting up and maintaining a science classroom that new science teachers will find helpful. These resources focus on laboratory safety, plants and animals in the classroom, science reference materials, science in the elementary classroom, special needs students in the science classroom, and teaching science as a whole. Each podcast has print materials and mini-collections of resources to supplement them as well as many practical examples that you can take with you into the classroom which can be found on our website.
By Ohio Resource Center
An Innocent Looking bookstore is a conversational podcast that features skits and sketches. Based out of Baltimore, MD the hosts of AILB are a collection of local artists coming from the fields of live music (performing/producing/staging), film-making, comic book producing and theater.
"NCDOT Now" is a weekly video update that brings you the latest news about transportation in North Carolina. A new report is posted each Monday. We invite you to tune in each week for interesting stories on how we're helping you get where you need to go safely and efficiently.
By NCDOT Communications Office
Just World Books was established in 2010 as a small, independent publishing house with the aim of expanding the range of public discourse on foreign affairs. Just World Books publishes the writing of established and emerging authors turning out the best thinking on key foreign policy issues impacting peoples lives, from the Mideast peace process to the rise of China. Keywords: International Affairs, World Politics, Middle East, Peace, Justice, Defense, Security, Foreign Policy, Palestine, Israel, Afghanistan, War, Defense, Bloggers, Publishing, Books, Authors, Chas Freeman, Laila El-Haddad, Josh Foust, Registan.net, Politics, Opinion
By Helena Cobban