GPB News Podcast

GPB News Podcast

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Updated throughout the day, this podcast features Georgia Public Broadcasting's Radio News Team. Our reporters give you the latest statewide news and features from all across the state. GPB - Your source for great music and NPR news.More from GPB News Podcast »

Most Recent Episodes

What Do The New Hampshire Results Mean For Georgia's Primary?

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Georgia Scientists Join The Race For A Zika Vaccine

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A Big Day For College Football Teams And Prospective Players

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Video Game Makers Hope For A Holiday Bonanza: A GPB Sci-Tech Q&A

GPB's Bradley George and Renay San Miguel talk about the holiday outlook for the industry, and some new twists that could tempt the video game fan in your household.

Apple's Big Announcement: Evolution Or Revolution?

The Force Is Strong With This Year's DragonCon

Star Wars would be a major theme of any year's DragonCon. But December brings the release of the first new Star Wars movie in 10 years, and that's providing more energy than usual to many of the 65,000 geek culture enthusiasts in Atlanta for DragonCon 2015. GPB sci-tech correspondent Renay San Miguel talks about that with Bethany Blanton, co-founder of The Star Wars Report website and Podcast.

Ashley Madison, "Existential" Hacks and the Internet of Things

Chris Rouland, who helped lay the foundation for Atlanta's cybersecurity community, talks with GPB about the Ashley Madison hack, the rise of "existential" data breaches designed to damage company brands, and his new Internet of Things-related security startup, Bastille.

A Rising Conductor Comes Home to Macon

This weekend the Macon Symphony Orchestra will welcome home its native son Roderick Cox, assistant conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra.  This under-30, African American man has been called one of America’s fastest rising conducting talents. Cox sat down with GPB Macon’s Leah Fleming on stage at The Grand Opera House in Macon to talk about the power of classical music.

How Do You Make The Tech Work-ce More Diverse

AOL Founder Makes His Case For Atlanta's Hot Start Up Status

AOL Founder and Revolution CEO, Steve Case, visited Atlanta recently to tour various tech start up companies and helped judge a pitch competition. Case spoke with GPB's Sci-Tech correspondent Renay San Miguel about the local entreprenurial scene.

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