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Radio News Line

Welcome!

Welcome to the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Radio News Line archive.

Click on the links below to access audio. Each mp3 file is ready to be downloaded. In addition, a transcript and script are available with each audio clip and can be e-mailed.

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Why Have a Radio News Line?

The goal of the UNO Radio News Line is to provide expert voices (UNO faculty and staff) on topical events important to Nebraska and the Midwest, as well as the nation. As Nebraska's metropolitan university, UNO is uniquely positioned to provide background and perspective on a wide variety of issues. Whether it's international affairs or high technology; hard science or literature; urban planning or environmentalism, UNO has an individual who can provide concise, pertinent information.

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Contact the UNO Radio News Line

Updates will be made regularly, and topic suggestions are always welcome.

For more information, contact Tim Kaldahl, assistant director of media relations at UNO, at tkaldahl@mail.unomaha.edu or 402.554.3502.

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2006.08.22
While high school seniors should be enjoying their final year, it's never too early to start thinking about college. Jason Blohm, assistant director for UNO Rescruitment Services, offers a great deal of practical advice for high school students and their parents in this podcast interview. NOTE: This is a true podcast file. This interview is more than eight minutes long.
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2006.07.31
UNO's Center for Public Affairs Research (CPAR) has just release a new report on state population trends. David Drozd, a CPAR researcher, says that the 2005 Nebraska Population Report points to a continuing and expanding divide between urban and rural counties. Drozd also describes the state's "population fishhook." NOTE: This is a true podcast file. This interview is more than eight minutes long.
mp3 audio News Line feed

2006.06.14
The University of Nebraska at Omaha is helping keep our state on the cutting edge of the global economy by making connections aroudn the world. A new and growing relationship with the Indian Institutes of Technology brought dozens of students from half way around the world to Omaha to learn from UNO faculty and meet area business leaders, including Warren Buffett. Dr. Deepak Khazanchi, from the UNO College of Information Science and Technology explains. NOTE: This is a true podcast file. This interview is less than 13 minutes long.
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2006.05.12
Nebraska's primary election results are now final. Loree Bykerk, the chair of the UNO Polticial Science Department, in this interview breaks down what happened in the races for Nebraska's U.S. Senate seat and for governer. Bykerk, who has closely followed state politics for years, says the primary results for governor were espeically interesting. NOTE: This is a true podcast file. This information packed interview is just a little over seven minutes.
mp3 audio News Line feed

2006.05.03
Spring graduation not only is a time for university and college students to celebrate, it is also the season they look for full-time jobs in career areas they are (hopefully) interested in. Bill Swanson, the director UNO's Office of Career Exploration and Outreach, talks about the employment outlook for graduates in Nebraska, preparing for interviews, and common sense job hunting advice. NOTE: This is a true podcast file. This information packed interview is just a little over 11 minutes.
mp3 audio News Line feed

2006.04.14
Methamphetamine drug abuse continues to be a issue that especially concerns rural states. Nebraska is no exception. Hank Robinson, the director of UNO's Juvenile Justice Institute, has extensively researched the topic. In this interview he explains how meth comes to Nebraska and what are the best practices to address meth addiction.
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2006.04.03
The 16th annual Airline Quality Ratings are out today, April 3. Click on the link below to listen to Dr. Brent Bowen, director of UNO's Aviation Institute. He talks about which airline is top ranked and industry trends. PLEASE NOTE A VIDEO LINK IS ALSO AVAILABLE BELOW.
Link to AQR information page | mp3 audio News Line feed | Video interview feed-dsl | Video link-56K (Both video links use Windows Media Player)

2006.02.22
A service learning class brought high tech help to small businesses in South Omaha last semester. A professor and a student recruiter from the UNO College of Information Science and Technology explain.
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2006.02.01
The Fifth Annual Malcolm X Festival will be held Feb. 15 and 16 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. This year's festival will focus on "The Black Woman: Past, Present and Future." Professor Peggy Jones explains.
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2006.01.06
The University of Nebraska at Omaha's Neighborhood Center for Greater Omaha teaches and empowers individuals and area neighborhood associations. Ron Abdouch, the center's director, explains how this unique program operates.
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