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WNYE-FM: Conversations in the Digital Age Podcast: Episodes

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Susan Lyne, anointed one of the &#8220;50 Most Powerful Women&#8221; in business, broke the &#8220;glass ceiling&#8221; and&#160; put&#160; together a string of successes as a print journalist, at ABC-TV where she produced &#8220;Desperate Housewives,&#8221; and as CEO of Martha ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Susan Lyne, anointed one of the &#8220;50 Most Powerful Women&#8221; in business, broke the &#8220;glass ceiling&#8221; and&#160; put&#160; together a string of successes as a print journalist, at ABC-TV where she produced &#8220;Desperate Housewives,&#8221; and as CEO of Martha ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Susan Lyne, anointed one of the &#8220;50 Most Powerful Women&#8221; in business, broke the &#8220;glass ceiling&#8221; and&#160; put&#160; together a string of successes as a print journalist, at ABC-TV where she produced &#8220;Desperate Housewives,&#8221; and as CEO of Martha ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Susan Lyne, anointed one of the &#8220;50 Most Powerful Women&#8221; in business, broke the &#8220;glass ceiling&#8221; and&#160; put&#160; together a string of successes as a print journalist, at ABC-TV where she produced &#8220;Desperate Housewives,&#8221; and as CEO of Martha ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Susan Lyne, anointed one of the &#8220;50 Most Powerful Women&#8221; in business, broke the &#8220;glass ceiling&#8221; and&#160; put&#160; together a string of successes as a print journalist, at ABC-TV where she produced &#8220;Desperate Housewives,&#8221; and as CEO of Martha ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Is the greatest threat the surging price of oil, the possible collapse of Japan,&#160; revolutions in the Middle-East? Iran, North Korea, China or al Qaeda? NONE OF THE ABOVE! As he goes around the world, the redoubtable Council on Foreign Relations president gives Jim Zirin ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Hillary Clinton says that the cornerstone of American statecraft in the 21st century is the &#8220;freedom to connect.&#8221; China has an Internet penetration of 35%, and it&#8217;s soaring. Will the Net lead China to a more open society or facilitate a further crackdown ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Commercial litigants traditionally bear their own legal expense, and the cost may be catastrophic. Many drop good cases, or lose their businesses entirely, because they run out of money. Recently, third parties have appeared to advance legal costs, in exchange for a piece of ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>When four days of rioting, facilitated by mobilizing messages on the social media, erupted in London last August, the government was in a quandary as to what to do about it. Prime Minister David Cameron thought he had the answer,--appoint our own Bill Bratton to run Scotland ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>The Gilded Age in America from 1870-1893 was a time of dysfunctional government and deep partisan divide over such issues as international trade, monetary policy and&#160; foreign wars. Sound familiar? Three-term Speaker Thomas B. Reed, a staunch Republican from Maine, ungummed ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Superstar digital Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson bet $10 million on a start-up called Twitter. Five years later, Twitter has no profits, but it has brought down governments and a Congressman and is valued at $8 billion. Fred tells Jim Zirin what accounts for Twitter's meteoric ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Al Qaeda&#8217;s Christmas Day attempt to bomb a plane nearly spelled disaster. &#160;Obama said there was a &#8220;systemic failure&#8221; but key recommendations in the 9/11 Commission Report didn&#8217;t happen. &#160;Do we need a new 12/25 Commission to patch our counter ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Greece was about to be turned down for EU membership until bankers convinced the Greek treasury to buy digitally priced derivative swaps, which allowed it to hide the extent of its deficit. Now, Greece is in real trouble. Hear Investment Banker Peter Solomon tell Jim Zirin ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Calvin Coolidge, our 30th President, was a man of few words. He believed in less government, balanced budgets, lower taxes and a climate friendly to business. Unemployment averaged 3.3 per cent during his administration. Yet, in the vortex of the Great Depression and the ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Chris Crowley was a top litigator at a leading Wall Street law firm. He retired to write about how we can slow the aging process. His book, </span><span>&#8220;</span><span>Younger Next Year,</span><span>&#8221;</span><span> written with a prominent physician, was an instant ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Gypsy tribes in Europe have been victims of Nazi genocide, hate crimes, mass deportations and unspeakable violence. Human Rights First has used the new media to call attention to their plight. Hear human rights advocate Joelle Fiss tell Jim Zirin this fascinating story.<br ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span>&#160;</span><span>In London, Big Brother watches you with 500,000 closed circuit&#160; TV surveillance cameras. In New York, we have a mere 3,000. Hear our legendary Police Commissioner, Raymond Kelly, tell Jim Zirin whether we have struck the right balance between security ...
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<p class="MsoNormal"><span><i>Sarah Palin and Condoleezza Rice want WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange&#160; hunted down and punished for violations of the Espionage Act. Yet, some &#160;argue that Assange is a new media hero, protected by First Amendment ...
<p><!--StartFragment--><span>Human Rights First is a non-governmental organization that keeps a weather eye out for human rights violations around the world. &#160;But who would think they would recently call out Microsoft for helping the Russians &#160;crack down on dissidents? Hear human rights advocate ...
Who will win? Who will lose? Will the mid-term election be a victory for Obama? The Tea Party? The Republicans? Or someone else? Democratic Pollster and top political analyst calls the election with Jim Zirin.
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