Terry Stackhouse of WABI TV 5 drops by the studio to talk about the challenges and joys of local TV journalism, his thoughts on the media landscape in general, life in Maine, and some big changes ahead.
Follow Terry on Twitter @terrystackhouse. Connect with MSP host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague and find all past episodes of the MSP at www.maineshowpodcast.com.
Photo courtesy of WABI TV 5.
Forester, planner, GIS expert, bartender: these are just some of the titles that apply to Gretchen Heldmann. In today's podcast, we talk with this University of Maine graduate about her work on the Town of Eddington Planning Board, her interest and expertise in the Maine woods, and how to get involved with local government.
Follow Gretchen on Twitter @gheldmann. Follow host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague. Download past episodes of The Maine Show on iTunes or at www.maineshowpodcast.com.
Jane Torres sits down with us to talk about the County Co-Op & Farm Store, located on Main Street in Houlton, and why more and more people are choosing to buy local food. This is also a conversation about local economy, health, living deliberately, and young people moving back to Maine and The County specifically.
Find the County Co-Op & Farm Store on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thecountycoopandfarmstore.
Donald Dumont, a Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Caribou, talks about why the NWS has local offices around the country, how weather forecasting has changed over time, how the NWS is using social media to help the United States be a "weather ready nation," and how one Facebook post from the Caribou office got viewed by 53 million people.
Follow the NWS Caribou Office on Twitter at @NWSCaribou and on Facebook. Access weather forecasts for eastern, central, and northern Maine at www.weather.gov/car.
Connect with host Ben Sprague on Twitter at @bensprague or on Facebook. Access other episodes of the Maine Show Podcast at www.maineshowpodcast.com or on iTunes.
Dr. Susan MacKay, CEO of Cerahelix, talks about how a smallstart up company in Orono is using ceramics to tackle the globalchallenges of water purification. She also discusses doingbusiness in the State of Maine, the challenges of being a start up,and how to develop an idea into a successful business venture.
Find more about Cerahelix at www.cerahelix.com or find them onFacebook or Twitter @cerahelix. Connect with host Ben Spragueon Twitter @bensprague and find all past episodes of the Maine Showat www.maineshowpodcast.com.