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Ep 16 - BruceClaws With Tom Cunningham of 107.1 The Boss

Hook Line & Splitter, a Jersey Shore BlueClaws Podcast

It's BruceClaws season. With Springsteen Appreciation Night set for July 31st, we're joined by Tom Cunningham, host of Springsteen on Sunday on 107.1 the Boss. We talk about Springsteen, Asbury Park, the Jersey Shore music scene, his show, which has now eclipsed 900 episodes dating back over the last 18 years, and much more.  For more in BruceClaws Night, click here and to bid on the special BruceClaws jerseys, click here.  Hook Line & Splitter is presented by NJR Home Services. 

43mins

23 Jul 2021

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Metro Atlanta Chamber SVP and Chief Economist Tom Cunningham on Georgia Business Radio

Pro Business Channel

Metro Atlanta Chamber SVP and Chief Economist Tom Cunningham on Georgia Business RadioTom Cunningham,​ SVP and Chief EconomistMetro Atlanta ChamberThomas J. Cunningham is Senior Vice President and the Chief Economist for the Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC). Tom joined the MAC in July 2015 following a 30-year career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He is a specialist in open economy macroeconomic policy and regional analysis. At the MAC, he manages an internal team that supports the research and advocacy roles of the economic development and public policy departments.After starting his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as an economist in the Macropolicy group, Tom served at various times as associate director of research, interim director of research, vice president for the Regional group where he was also responsible for the Latin American group, and acting head of the Finance group. He served on the Bank's Personnel, Information Technology, and Risk Management Committees and as a member of the Federal Reserve System's Information Security Group and Technology Services Council. He also was the acting director of, and helped establish, the Bank's Center for Real Estate Analytics. When Dr. Cunningham retired from the Fed, his title was Vice President, Senior Economist and Regional Executive.A native of Reedley, California, he received a bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, in economics from California State University, Fresno. He earned a master's degree, a master of philosophy, and a PhD in economics from Columbia University. He previously worked as an economics instructor at Barnard College at Columbia University and as an adjunct instructor at Iona College, Agnes Scott College and Emory University.He attended the executive development program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and is a member of Leadership Atlanta’s class of 2018. Dr. Cunningham has published numerous professional articles and is a member of the American Economic Association, the Western Economic Association, and the Southern Economic Association.Topics to Discuss:National Employment Situation report contains some solid numbers, but mixed headlines. The solid numbers are in job gains, where the nation added 213,000 jobs, well above the market expectation of around 190,000.Revisions to the two previous months added another 37,000 jobs. The mixed part of the report is that the headline is the unemployment rate (U3) ticked up from 3.8% to 4.0%.The expectation was for no change. This was mostly due to an increase in the labor force participation, which moved up 0.2 percentage points after being essentially unchanged since February.At this point the economy needs the additional workers, so this is a fundamentally good thing. The broader measure of labor underutilization (U6) also rose 0.2 percentage points to 7.8%.Average hourly earnings rose 2.7% from a year ago, slightly below expectations, but about in line with recent history.Jobs gains were led by professional and business services, followed by manufacturing, which had a solid 30,000 job addition, mostly in durable goods. Strength was also seen in health care, construction, and mining. Retail was the only sector with a notable loss of jobs (-22,000), but that did not offset last month’s gain of 25,000. Other sectors were essentially unchanged.All in all, a pretty good report, despite an easily misinterpreted rise in unemployment.​Media Links:​Web Site:   www.MetroAtlantaChamber.comGuest Linkedin Profile:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-cunningham-6027134Georgia Business Radio Interviewing industry and thought leaders with compelling stories. Relevant content on current business trends live from the Pro Business Channel studios in Atlanta. In addition to the live broadcast, GBR content is in distribution across multiple syndicated platforms with more than 500,000 downloads.Show Host:Rich Casanova,

29mins

16 Jun 2021

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#51 - Tom Cunningham & Anthony Laney from Grazr

The 99% Local Podcast

Tom Cunningham & Anthony Laney founded Grazr, with the purpose to source local food while supporting local farmers. Grazr is an online marketplace for buying and selling meats locally, providing an end to end farm to table platform. The Grazr platform links farmers, processors and consumers for more accessible, farm-fresh meats. As farmers, Tom and Anthony experienced the headaches in bringing animals to local markets. Restrictions on sales, difficulty attracting new customers, not knowing how much to bring to market or which cuts made for a clumsy and expensive system. As consumers, they were frustrated by the complexity, lack of variety and high costs of trying to find delicious, locally-raised meats. Web: https://grazr.press Instagram: @grazrmarket Facebook: @grazrmarket Invest in Grazr The 99% Local Podcast Web: https://www.99percentlocalpod.com Instagram: @99percentlocalpod Email: 99percentlocalpod@gmail.com --- Around the Neighborhood Oil Change - stress-free oil changes where they come to you. Proudly serving the Middle Tennessee and Memphis, TN areas. aroundtheneighborhoodoilchange.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/99percentlocalpod/message

29mins

8 Mar 2021

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Classic Lecture - Maritime Air Power by Rear Admiral Tom Cunningham

AeroSociety Podcast

The then Chief of Staff (Aviation and Carriers) gives his audience a masterful guide to the past, present and future of air power at sea, starting from when the aircraft carrier displaced the battleship as the Royal Navy's capital ship to looking forward to the commissioning of the Queen Elizabeth Class of carrier. Admiral Cunningham begins by listing the firsts achieved by the Royal Naval Air Service and how it evolved from the launch of the Mayfly in 1909, through into World War I and into the "fallow" inter-war years when the United States and Japan took the lead. He then outlines the resurgence of British Maritime Air Power during World War II and its importance in both the Mediterranean and Pacific theatres and subsequent conflicts, including the Korean War and the Falklands Conflict. Turning to the contemporary world, Cunningham notes how many developing nations recognise the importance of Maritime Air Power and have a Carrier Programme. He comments on the demise of HMS Ark Royal and the Harrier and looks ahead to the technical challenges of operating the Queen Elizabeth Class Carriers, which were then due to be in service in 2019. He highlights the need to integrate the Joint Strike Fighter aircraft with the various radars on the ship, the key role of officers in the control room and the need to gain experience with the US Navy during the intervening years. He concludes by stressing the need for Maritime Air Power as an offensive and defensive element of a persistent and self-sufficient fleet at sea, which can respond to uncertain and changing threats. Rear Admiral Cunningham took 20 minutes of questions which covered: the future role of UAVs; the integration of a helicopter on a destroyer; escort protection by an Air Defence destroyer; the importance of rehearsing as a Task Group; the role of joint RN/RAF operations; the reliance of the RN on the US for training and the decision to scrap HMS Ark Royal rather than HMS Ocean. Rear Admiral Tom Cunningham addressed a meeting organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Air Power Group on 8 November 2011. The lecture was introduced by Rear Admiral Simon Henley CEng FRAeS and the podcast was edited by Eur Ing Mike Stanberry FRAeS.The material and information contained in this lecture are UK Ministry of Defence © Crown copyright 2011 and the recording is the copyright of the Royal Aeronautical Society 2011.

50mins

12 Oct 2020

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Unsolved Mystery ~ Where is Bum Farto w/ Special Guest Tom Cunningham

Paradise After Dark

The fire chief who moonlighted as a drug dealer, dealing out of the fire house...Where is Bum Farto? That the questions people have been asking down in Key West for almost 40 years. Tom Cunningham, a Florida native and two-time Emmy winning reality TV director and producer joins us to talk about Florida crime and the film he is making about Bum Farto. Join our Patreon and enjoy early and ad-free episodes, weekly "Off Topic" episodes, access to our spin-off show, PAD- Vacation Edition, discounts on our merchandise at our Etsy store and more! www.patreon.com/paradiseafterdarkpodcastVisit our Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ParadiseAfterDark facebook.com/paradiseafterdarkpodcastInstagram @paradiseafterdarkpodcastTwitter @paradisedark239If you see something say something!!

1hr 6mins

27 Apr 2020

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Recommendations for Small Businesses Amid the Coronavirus – Tom Cunningham, Metro Atlanta Chamber

Atlanta Small Business Network

[Recorded on Friday March 27th] On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, Jim has an in-depth conversation with Tom Cunningham, Senior VP and Chief Economist at the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce on the resources available to small business owners during the coronavirus pandemic. They also touch on recommendations for pro-active communication with your vendors and creditors and Tom’s role in the state of Georgia’s Economic sub-committee. Tune-in to hear more.https://www.myasbn.com/small-business-shows/atlanta-small-business-show/resources-and-recommendations-for-small-businesses-amid-the-coronavirus-epidemic-tom-cunningham-metro-atlanta-chamber-of-commerce/

22mins

31 Mar 2020

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129 - Reality Television Producer Tom Cunningham, PLUS Sovereign Scammer, Instagram Instigator, Drenched Dealer, and MMA DUI

Florida Men

In Episode 129 of Florida Men: The Official Podcast of Florida Man, reality TV producer Tom Cunningham joins Phil & Joel to recall his run-ins with Florida Man during his time on COPS, Florida Man discovers its not a good hiding place if you have to keep coming up for air, Florida Man discovers its not a good hiding place if you livestream your whereabouts, Florida Woman tries to leave the scene of multiple crashes she caused, and Florida Man tries to bribe his way out of a DUI charge.Promotions:Join us at the True Crime Podcast Festival on July 11-12, 2020 at the Loews Hotel in downtown Kansas City, MO. Use our exclusive link TrueCrimePodcastFestival.com/FLORIDA to receive 10% OFF the regular ticket price. http://truecrimepodcastfestival.com/floridaThis Episode's Florida Men and Women:• Danielle Takeila Edmonson• Kenneth Roger Edmonson• Susan Blair Case• Kevin Gaines Jr.• Juan Gomez Gaitan• Leroy King• Calen Holcomb• Daniel Christopher Booth• Irma Acosta AryaNews Sources:Florida Man Received $3.4 Million in Tax Refunds Before the IRS Realized It Was A Bogus Claimhttps://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/crime/fl-ne-moorish-sovereign-citizens-trial-175-million-tax-fraud-20191216-sca4awrdrrbl5dfosq2zzjbdx4-story.htmlFlorida Woman Arrested After Fleeing Multiple Crashes With A Trainhttps://weartv.com/news/local/gulf-breeze-woman-arrested-after-fleeing-multiple-crashes-in-northwest-floridaWanted Florida Man Arrested After Deputies Found Him Livestreaming On Instagramhttps://www.wftv.com/news/local/wanted-deland-man-arrested-after-deputies-found-him-livestreaming-instagram-sheriffs-office-says/NU2QFWIL3FHANCL7EEEAB6LQ6U/Florida Man With Spilled Beer In Truck Told Troopers “I Don’t Drink”https://www.abc-7.com/story/41586257/florida-man-with-coors-can-spilled-in-truck-told-troopers-i-dont-drinkFlorida School Resource Officer Arrested After He Pawned His Gunhttps://www.wfla.com/news/hillsborough-county/sheriff-school-resource-officer-pawned-gun-brought-pellet-gun-to-mango-elementary-insteadFlorida Man Facing DUI Arrest Offers Deputies Free MMA Classes If They Let Him Gohttps://www.fox35orlando.com/news/florida-man-facing-dui-arrest-offers-deputies-free-mma-classes-if-they-let-him-go-report-saysFlorida Man Tried To Evade Police By Hiding Underwater Until He Had To Breathehttps://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article239391618.htmlPatreon Exclusive Story: Follow-Up: Florida Woman Fined For Feeding Vultures, Gators Behind Her Househttps://nypost.com/2020/01/18/florida-woman-fined-for-feeding-vultures-gators-behind-her-house/All The Social Thingys:Leave a Voicemail1 (567) 432-9674Subscribe to Florida Men on your favorite Podcast Apps:https://link.chtbl.com/FloridaMenPodFlorida Men on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdTHFnwTdoLdyNL09COYNZgFlorida Men on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/FloridaMenPodFlorida Men on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/FloridaMenPod/Florida Men on Instagramhttp://instagram.com/FloridaMenPod/Florida Men Storehttps://floridamenpodcast.com/shop/Join Florida Men on Patreonhttp://patreon.com/FloridaMenFlorida Men Tip Jarhttp://paypal.me/floridamenFlorida Men Wish Listhttps://tinyurl.com/FLMenAmazonGet on the Florida Men mailing listhttps://mailchi.mp/1aeced61a8f0/florida-menFlorida Men Podcast Websitehttp://floridamenpodcast.com/The Ballad of Florida Man was written and performed by The Florida Men and is used with permission.© 2020 Shady Side Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

1hr 1min

28 Jan 2020

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TTO chats with Tom Cunningham

Three True Outcomes

On this episode, TTO is joined by Tom Cunningham to discuss his preferred methods for building teams (hint: prospects!) and gives a ton of great tips for listeners about what to look for as they endeavor to build a champion squad. We touch on the latest MLB draftees (actually talking about the players this time!) and how they compare to prospects already playing pro ball. We wrap, of course, with some stories about the best things we saw this week.

1hr 1min

13 Jun 2019

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TTO chats with Tom Cunningham

Three True Outcomes

On this episode, TTO is joined by Tom Cunningham to discuss his preferred methods for building teams (hint: prospects!) and gives a ton of great tips for listeners about what to look for as they endeavor to build a champion squad. We touch on the latest MLB draftees (actually talking about the players this time!) and how they compare to prospects already playing pro ball. We wrap, of course, with some stories about the best things we saw this week.

1hr 1min

13 Jun 2019

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Metro Atlanta Chamber SVP and Chief Economist Tom Cunningham on Georgia Business Radio

Pro Business Channel

Metro Atlanta Chamber SVP and Chief Economist Tom Cunningham on Georgia Business RadioTom Cunningham,​ SVP and Chief EconomistMetro Atlanta ChamberThomas J. Cunningham is Senior Vice President and the Chief Economist for the Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC). Tom joined the MAC in July 2015 following a 30-year career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He is a specialist in open economy macroeconomic policy and regional analysis. At the MAC, he manages an internal team that supports the research and advocacy roles of the economic development and public policy departments.After starting his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as an economist in the Macropolicy group, Tom served at various times as associate director of research, interim director of research, vice president for the Regional group where he was also responsible for the Latin American group, and acting head of the Finance group. He served on the Bank's Personnel, Information Technology, and Risk Management Committees and as a member of the Federal Reserve System's Information Security Group and Technology Services Council. He also was the acting director of, and helped establish, the Bank's Center for Real Estate Analytics. When Dr. Cunningham retired from the Fed, his title was Vice President, Senior Economist and Regional Executive.A native of Reedley, California, he received a bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, in economics from California State University, Fresno. He earned a master's degree, a master of philosophy, and a PhD in economics from Columbia University. He previously worked as an economics instructor at Barnard College at Columbia University and as an adjunct instructor at Iona College, Agnes Scott College and Emory University.He attended the executive development program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and is a member of Leadership Atlanta’s class of 2018. Dr. Cunningham has published numerous professional articles and is a member of the American Economic Association, the Western Economic Association, and the Southern Economic Association.Topics to Discuss:National Employment Situation report contains some solid numbers, but mixed headlines. The solid numbers are in job gains, where the nation added 213,000 jobs, well above the market expectation of around 190,000.Revisions to the two previous months added another 37,000 jobs. The mixed part of the report is that the headline is the unemployment rate (U3) ticked up from 3.8% to 4.0%.The expectation was for no change. This was mostly due to an increase in the labor force participation, which moved up 0.2 percentage points after being essentially unchanged since February.At this point the economy needs the additional workers, so this is a fundamentally good thing. The broader measure of labor underutilization (U6) also rose 0.2 percentage points to 7.8%.Average hourly earnings rose 2.7% from a year ago, slightly below expectations, but about in line with recent history.Jobs gains were led by professional and business services, followed by manufacturing, which had a solid 30,000 job addition, mostly in durable goods. Strength was also seen in health care, construction, and mining. Retail was the only sector with a notable loss of jobs (-22,000), but that did not offset last month’s gain of 25,000. Other sectors were essentially unchanged.All in all, a pretty good report, despite an easily misinterpreted rise in unemployment.​Media Links:​Web Site:   www.MetroAtlantaChamber.comGuest Linkedin Profile:

29mins

19 Jul 2018

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