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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bryan Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bryan Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bryan Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bryan Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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Growing Through Divorce - Interview with Bryan Jones

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Many people in this world have been touched in some way by divorce. Myself included. Today I interview a man that opens up about his ex wife leaving him and toll and path it took him down. Make sure to check out the links below from todays episode!

Books on divorce: https://amzn.to/30G1VQL


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Aug 10 2020 · 39mins
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A Session w/ Transportation Psychologist Bryan Jones

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Show Notes:

Eastvale, CA is the second-youngest city in the state of California and as you'll learn from this conversation with its City Manager, Bryan Jones it's also a city without a downtown, but that will hopefully change soon as they have identified 162 acres that they hope to develop soon.

You'll also learn that Bryan is a passionate winemaker and has a fun alter ego as The Transportation Psychologist

Additional Helpful Links:

The Dover Kohl Public Realm Blog & Video

Live Oak Vineyard https://www.facebook.com/LiveOakVineyard/


Eastvale CrimeWatch and Reportinghttps://eastvalecrimewatchreporting.com/

Move through Motivation

https://youtu.be/TeHYVLsJKws


https://www.facebook.com/movethroughmotivation/

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Audio Production by Active Towns

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Music: Friday Night Downtown by Neil Cross and Down at the Club by Patrick Smith via Storyblocks.com

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Jul 09 2020 · 55mins
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TWiRT 499 - Best Practices for Home Broadcasting with Bryan Jones

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Many of us got our morning and afternoon hosts operating from their homes pretty quickly back in March. We had just a few days - or even just a weekend - to get our on-air talent connected from their kitchen tables or bedrooms, along with news and traffic reporters. Bryan Jones, Engineering Support Specialist at the Telos Alliance, helped dozens of broadcasters get operational from their homes. Now, we’re discussing longer-term home and remote broadcast operations. What are the best practices and key concerns from an IT perspective? What pitfalls should we avoid while improving these remote operations for long-term service?  Plus, Chris Tobin describes his station’s unique remote operations setup.

Show Notes:
Best remote desktop software of 2020: Paid and free choices for businesses
Kirk’s favorite remote access service: DWService.net
4 VPN Types and When to Use Them
Chris’s favorite: DJB Radio playout software

Guest:
Bryan Jones - Engineering Support at The Telos Alliance

Host:
Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist
Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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Jun 26 2020 ·
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TWiRT Ep. 499 - Best Practices for Home Broadcasting with Bryan Jones

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Many of us got our morning and afternoon hosts operating from their homes pretty quickly back in March. We had just a few days - or even just a weekend - to get our on-air talent connected from their kitchen tables or bedrooms, along with news and traffic reporters. Bryan Jones, Engineering Support Specialist at the Telos Alliance, helped dozens of broadcasters get operational from their homes. Now, we’re discussing longer-term home and remote broadcast operations. What are the best practices and key concerns from an IT perspective? What pitfalls should we avoid while improving these remote operations for long-term service? Plus, Chris Tobin describes his station’s unique remote operations setup.
Jun 26 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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TWiRT Ep. 499 - Best Practices for Home Broadcasting with Bryan Jones

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Many of us got our morning and afternoon hosts operating from their homes pretty quickly back in March. We had just a few days - or even just a weekend - to get our on-air talent connected from their kitchen tables or bedrooms, along with news and traffic reporters. Bryan Jones, Engineering Support Specialist at the Telos Alliance, helped dozens of broadcasters get operational from their homes. Now, we’re discussing longer-term home and remote broadcast operations. What are the best practices and key concerns from an IT perspective? What pitfalls should we avoid while improving these remote operations for long-term service? Plus, Chris Tobin describes his station’s unique remote operations setup.
Jun 26 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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CWCYP 001: Bryan Jones on Working a Full-Time Job While Doing Part-Time Ministry

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It can be a tall task if your full-time job isn't ministry, but yet you are expected to maintain contact and engagement with your students in your part-time ministry role. How do you do this? What does it take? What are some creative ways to make this happen? How can you stay healthy during all of it? I talk with Bryan Jones, a youth pastor in Rochester New York, about what he does to make it happen.

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May 27 2020 · 25mins
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Co-Authored: Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones on American Politics and Policy

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The Co-Authored podcast takes you behind the major academic collaborations in the study of politics. The first episode of the Co-Authored podcast focuses the multiple decade collaboration between Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones. This study initially focused on American politics and policy change, but it grew and grew to encompass new questions about information and new places stretched out across the world. Listen to the co-authors, collaborators, and former student share all the inside secrets.

The Co-Authored podcast is supported by the American Political Science Association Centennial Center and the New Books Network. It is written and produced by Heath Brown and edited by Sam Anderson.

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Feb 05 2020 · 37mins
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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

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Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.

The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics.

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Sep 18 2019 · 25mins
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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

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Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.

The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics.

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Sep 18 2019 · 25mins
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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

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Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.

The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics.

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Sep 18 2019 · 25mins
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