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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.

If you'd prefer, you can subscribe to our Podcast to receive stories as they're added. Simply copy the address of the podcast feed from the 'RSS podcast' icon, or use the URL below, and add it to your podcast application. Be careful and ensure that the full address is copied.

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.

Downloading to Your Computer

  • PC - To download audio to your computer, right click on the link, and select "save target as."
  • Mac - To download audio to your computer, hit "alt/option" on your keyboard while clicking on the link.
  • Podcast - rss podcast - http://www.unomaha.edu/news/rss/rnl.xml

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.

2008.04.07
Dr. Brent Bowen from the UNO Aviation Institute discusses the latest Airline Quality Ratings in this interview. In addition to talking about the top rated airline, he also discusses the state of the overall airline industry.
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2007.12.13
The UNO Jazz Ensembles will play a "Brown Bag" Jazz Concert in the Milo Bail Student Center at noon on Dec. 14. The first concert of the week took place the day before. The piece played in this short recording is called "Tuning Up."
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2007.10.25
The concert season for the UNO Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir and University Chorus kicks off on campus Sunday, Oct. 28 with “Celebration." Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. at the Strauss Recital Hall. This audio story features the Wind Ensemble practicing a new work by Philip Sparke.
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2007.10.10
UNO senior Anna Hall has her senior recital coming up Sept. 17. In this audio story she talks about being a music major, practicing and why she enjoys playing the flute. The story is a little over three minutes long.
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2007.09.18
Carol Rose, who works in the dean's office in the College of Business Administration, is the UNO Employee of the Month for September. This story runs a little over four minutes.
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2007.09.10
A short feature on Millard North students using the Criss Library at UNO.
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2007.08.31
Voices and music from the UNO Marching Mavericks.
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2007.08.29
Voices from campus. Welcome back UNO 2007-08.
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2007.08.29
An experiment in sound.
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2007.04.02
This year's annual Airline Quality Ratings are now available. Listen to this interview with Dr. Brent Bowen, one of the study's co-researchers. For more information, including pres release material and the full report, go to http://aqr.aero. This interview is 7:33 long and discusses the top airline in the ratings and industry trends.
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2007.01.31
A group of honor students at UNO are enjoying a unique set of classes. The content in their English, history and religion courses are now linked. This new approach not only makes the classes more interesting, but the students are building a community. Two course instructors are interviewed in the audio feed below.
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