Hello everyone and welcome to another installment of humor and debauchery with The AudioVillains. We were missing Mike but we kicked ass and took names as always. This week we went on location at the Higher Ground Farms and it was beautiful. The sun was out, there was a cool breeze and the birds were chirping away. We sat down with Vinnie, a good friend of ours and talked about several different topics. This episode is hilarious so get ready to laugh! As always you can email the show at email@example.com and make sure to ‘Like’ Jabber Log on Facebook!
Episode topics –
- A pot hole and a tire
- Cartoons and the Price is Right
- Our grade school days
- And more…
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
Good evening folks! I am very happy to announce that the first episode of Within the Trenches went live today. My good friend Whitney joined me and I have to say that it went great. For those who don’t know what Within the Trenches is, this is a podcast version of a segment with the same name on Jabber Log that revolves around 9-1-1 dispatch. I started writing about my experience about a year ago and it was meant to be interesting and educational for the readers, as well as therapeutic for myself. The posts have done great on my blog and I wanted to take it a step further by creating a podcast based on the stories of 9-1-1 dispatchers.
I recently launched a Kickstarter project for this podcast idea in order to raise $1,500 to buy the equipment needed to make this a four person show. As of right now I have 8 days left in the campaign and $330. This first episode is a taste of what this show is all about and it is my hope that I can still make my goal. I will provide the link below to the Kickstarter page where you can pledge and depending on how much you pledge, you can get a reward as well. Right now the majority of the pledges are going for $25 and that can get you an official Within the Trenches t-shirt, a thank you on the sponsor page and a mention in one of the upcoming episodes of the show. I hope you will enjoy this first episode and there is a lot more to come. Thanks again to Whitney and everyone who has pledged to help bring the project closer to it’s goal.Post Views: 2,519
By Ricardo — 3 years ago
Welcome back to another episode of Within the Trenches, a podcast based on the experience of being a 9-1-1 dispatcher. Today is September 15th, 2016 and there are only 5 days left until the ability to submit a public comment closes. The #IAM911 movement has raised all kinds of awareness on the issue of reclassification for Public Safety Telecommunicators (PSTs) from “clerical” to “protective”, but most of all the awareness of what PSTs go through on a day to day basis. The support from the Thin Gold Line, the public, those on the road, industry partners and those in Office has been amazing!
With that said, episode 117 has a special guest. In this episode I spoke with a former Public Safety Telecommunicator and currently the U.S. Representative for California’s 35th District, Congresswoman Norma Torres. This was a lot of fun to record. She shared stories from her time in dispatch up to her current position in Congress. She recently sent a letter to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in reference to their decision to reject the reclassification proposal started by APCO International. It was an honor to have her on the podcast and below you will find a link to the letter she sent to the OMB, her social media and links to where you can provide information to APCO International and NENA for public comment.
We only have 5 days left so let’s push it! Continue to share your stories and go to the websites below and submit your public comment. As always if you have any questions or you would like to be a guest on the show send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode topics –
- #IAM911 Change.org petition – Not affiliated with the #IAM911 Movement
- Congresswoman Torres on how she got her start in dispatch
- Letter to OMB
- What if scenario if OMB rejects for a second time
- And more…
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