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WBOI's Ben Clemmer hosts a weekly show that features news digests, discussions, lectures, and storytellers from around Northeast Indiana. You listen live to the program every Wednesday at 7pm EST and every Saturday at 7am on 89.1 and online at wboi.org.

Latest Episodes

Issues & Ales Discussion On Unions

This week on WBOI Presents, we have more from our most recent Issue & Ales discussion on unions at Welch’s Ale House. How have unions in Indiana faired in the last decade? What issues do unionized workers face in addition to what we heard about during the UAW strike? Why did teachers rally at the statehouse earlier this month? We’ll have the answers to those questions and more on WBOI Presents. This panel was moderated by Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Samantha Horton. Our panelists were Sandra Vohs from the Indiana State Teachers Association, Doris Jones from the Service Employees International Union, Kyle Grisham from the Regional Council of Carpenters, and Patrick Hill from the IU Department of Labor Studies Thank you to Lucas Norton for running sound at Welch’s Ale House. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campdonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

39 MIN1 w ago
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Issues & Ales Discussion On Unions

Issues & Ales: Discussion On Interfaith Dialogue

This week on WBOI Presents, Issue & Ales returns to Fort Wayne with a conversation on interfaith dialogue at Welch’s Ale House. How have faith communities shaped Fort Wayne? How can people of different faiths create dialogue? What resources are available for immigrant and refugee populations in the city today? We’ll have the answers to those questions and more on WBOI Presents. This panel was moderated by WBOI News Director Rebecca Green. Our panelists were Irene Paxia, Executive Director of Amani Family Services, Rabbi Paula Jayne Winnig of the Congregation Achduth Vesholom, and Joseph Salem, a former Catholic high school theology teacher and a member of the steering committee of LIFT (Living Inter-Faith Together), a group planning a series of inter-religious dialogues in 2020. Thank you to Lucas Norton for running sound at Welch’s Ale House. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campdonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

49 MIN1 w ago
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Issues & Ales: Discussion On Interfaith Dialogue

Lost With Andy Downs At CreativeMornings

For our show this week, we are listening to a presentation from Andy Downs, Director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at Purdue Fort Wayne. He spoke on the topic of Lost at CreativeMornings’ on November 8 at Wunderkammer Company. CreativeMornings is a national breakfast lecture series with local chapters that host free, monthly meetups with revolving themes, speakers and venues. Special thanks to Olivia Lehman and Kara Hackett for making this broadcast possible. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Lost With Andy Downs At CreativeMornings

October News Roundup 2019

Our October news coverage focused on a disciplinary hearing for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, the passing of the city budget, and we included results from the 2019 municipal races. Who won and who lost in races around northeast Indiana? We’ll hear from Andy Downs at the beginning of the October News Roundup on WBOI Presents. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

69 MIN3 w ago
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October News Roundup 2019

WYTR's Halloween Tales

The Fort Wayne Youtheatre has been educating, engaging and entertaining audiences since 1934. This week on WBOI Presents, Director Christopher J. Murphy and a cast of Youtheatre’s talented young performers transport us back in time to the days before television, when the airwaves were abuzz with the likes of Burns and Allen, Jack Benny and Orson Welles. Our friends from Fort Wayne Youtheatre have transformed the WBOI Studios for WYTR’s Hallloween Tales. Special thanks to Julia Meek, Al Mozena, and the rest of the tech team for WBOI’s Meet The Music for providing the audio for this program. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

28 MINOCT 31
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WYTR's Halloween Tales

2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life

Welcome to a WBOI special program presenting the 2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life. Arts United, PBS39, the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics, and the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne have partnered to produce a town hall style discussion with Democratic Incumbent Mayor Tom Henry and Republican challenger, Tim Smith. Bruce Haines, General Manager of PBS39, will serve as the moderator for the event, and the discussion was recorded on Oct. 18 at the Auer Auditorium in the Rhinehart Music Center at Purdue Fort Wayne. Some community members were invited to address the candidates with their questions during the live event. Special thanks to the team at Auer Auditorium for providing the audio for this broadcast. This program was edited by WBOI Intern Brittany Smith. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico.

56 MINOCT 19
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2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life

September News Roundup 2019

Our September news coverage focused on everything from the city budget to Creative Women of the World. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Samantha Horton and Jennifer Weingart will provide updates on the UAW strike the investigation into Ulrich Klopfer respectfully, and did you know the largest memorabilia collection in the world is in Elkhart Indiana? We’ll go inside the Hall of Heroes and preview municipal elections now that early voting has begun. That's all coming up on the September News Roundup on WBOI Presents. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

52 MINOCT 11
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September News Roundup 2019

In Session: Journalism with Bryant Rozier

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Bryant Rozier, Managing Editor of Fort Wayne Ink Spot. Our conversation focused on journalism. What influences create your voice, on the air and on the page? What separates a professional from an amateur even as technology gets better? How does telling a story with photography help to develop a storyteller’s style? That’s all on this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg.

25 MINSEP 26
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In Session: Journalism with Bryant Rozier

In Session: Film with Justin Sims

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Justin Sims, Director of Video and Motion at Boyden and Youngblutt. Our conversation focused on film. Where do the worlds of film and animation overlap? What goes into producing a short film? What sets the best directors apart from their peers? WBOI Presents: In Session takes a turn for the cinematic. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Additional audio comes from Justin Sims.

17 MINSEP 19
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In Session: Film with Justin Sims

In Session: Film with Art Herbig

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Art Herbig, Associate Professor of Media Production at Purdue Fort Wayne. Our conversation focused on film. What does filmmaking in Fort Wayne look like? What can viewers expect at the Hobnobben Film Festival? Who produced the commercial for the opening of Promenade Park with the song and dance number? WBOI Presents: In Session takes a turn for the cinematic. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Additional audio comes from Art Herbig.

18 MINSEP 19
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In Session: Film with Art Herbig

Latest Episodes

Issues & Ales Discussion On Unions

This week on WBOI Presents, we have more from our most recent Issue & Ales discussion on unions at Welch’s Ale House. How have unions in Indiana faired in the last decade? What issues do unionized workers face in addition to what we heard about during the UAW strike? Why did teachers rally at the statehouse earlier this month? We’ll have the answers to those questions and more on WBOI Presents. This panel was moderated by Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Samantha Horton. Our panelists were Sandra Vohs from the Indiana State Teachers Association, Doris Jones from the Service Employees International Union, Kyle Grisham from the Regional Council of Carpenters, and Patrick Hill from the IU Department of Labor Studies Thank you to Lucas Norton for running sound at Welch’s Ale House. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campdonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

39 MIN1 w ago
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Issues & Ales Discussion On Unions

Issues & Ales: Discussion On Interfaith Dialogue

This week on WBOI Presents, Issue & Ales returns to Fort Wayne with a conversation on interfaith dialogue at Welch’s Ale House. How have faith communities shaped Fort Wayne? How can people of different faiths create dialogue? What resources are available for immigrant and refugee populations in the city today? We’ll have the answers to those questions and more on WBOI Presents. This panel was moderated by WBOI News Director Rebecca Green. Our panelists were Irene Paxia, Executive Director of Amani Family Services, Rabbi Paula Jayne Winnig of the Congregation Achduth Vesholom, and Joseph Salem, a former Catholic high school theology teacher and a member of the steering committee of LIFT (Living Inter-Faith Together), a group planning a series of inter-religious dialogues in 2020. Thank you to Lucas Norton for running sound at Welch’s Ale House. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campdonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

49 MIN1 w ago
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Issues & Ales: Discussion On Interfaith Dialogue

Lost With Andy Downs At CreativeMornings

For our show this week, we are listening to a presentation from Andy Downs, Director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at Purdue Fort Wayne. He spoke on the topic of Lost at CreativeMornings’ on November 8 at Wunderkammer Company. CreativeMornings is a national breakfast lecture series with local chapters that host free, monthly meetups with revolving themes, speakers and venues. Special thanks to Olivia Lehman and Kara Hackett for making this broadcast possible. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI intern is Brittany Smith.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Lost With Andy Downs At CreativeMornings

October News Roundup 2019

Our October news coverage focused on a disciplinary hearing for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, the passing of the city budget, and we included results from the 2019 municipal races. Who won and who lost in races around northeast Indiana? We’ll hear from Andy Downs at the beginning of the October News Roundup on WBOI Presents. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

69 MIN3 w ago
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October News Roundup 2019

WYTR's Halloween Tales

The Fort Wayne Youtheatre has been educating, engaging and entertaining audiences since 1934. This week on WBOI Presents, Director Christopher J. Murphy and a cast of Youtheatre’s talented young performers transport us back in time to the days before television, when the airwaves were abuzz with the likes of Burns and Allen, Jack Benny and Orson Welles. Our friends from Fort Wayne Youtheatre have transformed the WBOI Studios for WYTR’s Hallloween Tales. Special thanks to Julia Meek, Al Mozena, and the rest of the tech team for WBOI’s Meet The Music for providing the audio for this program. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

28 MINOCT 31
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WYTR's Halloween Tales

2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life

Welcome to a WBOI special program presenting the 2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life. Arts United, PBS39, the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics, and the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne have partnered to produce a town hall style discussion with Democratic Incumbent Mayor Tom Henry and Republican challenger, Tim Smith. Bruce Haines, General Manager of PBS39, will serve as the moderator for the event, and the discussion was recorded on Oct. 18 at the Auer Auditorium in the Rhinehart Music Center at Purdue Fort Wayne. Some community members were invited to address the candidates with their questions during the live event. Special thanks to the team at Auer Auditorium for providing the audio for this broadcast. This program was edited by WBOI Intern Brittany Smith. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico.

56 MINOCT 19
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2019 Mayoral Forum on Quality of Life

September News Roundup 2019

Our September news coverage focused on everything from the city budget to Creative Women of the World. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Samantha Horton and Jennifer Weingart will provide updates on the UAW strike the investigation into Ulrich Klopfer respectfully, and did you know the largest memorabilia collection in the world is in Elkhart Indiana? We’ll go inside the Hall of Heroes and preview municipal elections now that early voting has begun. That's all coming up on the September News Roundup on WBOI Presents. Our music is by Mark Waldick and Noah Campodonico. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our WBOI Intern is Brittany Smith.

52 MINOCT 11
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September News Roundup 2019

In Session: Journalism with Bryant Rozier

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Bryant Rozier, Managing Editor of Fort Wayne Ink Spot. Our conversation focused on journalism. What influences create your voice, on the air and on the page? What separates a professional from an amateur even as technology gets better? How does telling a story with photography help to develop a storyteller’s style? That’s all on this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg.

25 MINSEP 26
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In Session: Journalism with Bryant Rozier

In Session: Film with Justin Sims

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Justin Sims, Director of Video and Motion at Boyden and Youngblutt. Our conversation focused on film. Where do the worlds of film and animation overlap? What goes into producing a short film? What sets the best directors apart from their peers? WBOI Presents: In Session takes a turn for the cinematic. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Additional audio comes from Justin Sims.

17 MINSEP 19
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In Session: Film with Justin Sims

In Session: Film with Art Herbig

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Art Herbig, Associate Professor of Media Production at Purdue Fort Wayne. Our conversation focused on film. What does filmmaking in Fort Wayne look like? What can viewers expect at the Hobnobben Film Festival? Who produced the commercial for the opening of Promenade Park with the song and dance number? WBOI Presents: In Session takes a turn for the cinematic. Our theme music is by Noah Campodonico. Sound effects are by John Dawkins. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Additional audio comes from Art Herbig.

18 MINSEP 19
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In Session: Film with Art Herbig
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