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Global Board Advisors Corp (GBAC) is a world-leading forum advising Billionaires, World Economic Forum (WEF) leaders, Global 500 CEOs & Tech Billionaires on the latest economic, social trends across the planet since 2010. Boardroom Insights from the largest brands on the planet. Board of Director, CEO & C-Suite Online Corporate Governance Courses at www.boardroomeducation.com and our website www.globalboardadvisors.com
 
Radio Gbarnga is a community radio in Central Liberia committed to providing accurate news and information to Liberians. In 2014, Radio Gbarnga broadcasted 'Ebola Situation Reports' that are featured in this Podcast. Podcast uploaded by We Want You To Live facebook.com/ebolathefilm #WeWantYouToLive #EbolaSituationReport
 
GBA podcast is a chance to go behind the scenes with their GB athletes and other professionals to discuss about health and being active in the community. It will discuss various subjects such as what its like being an athlete to how to stay motivated and healthy.
 
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This week, we follow up on the woes plaguing the Super Seducer series and it’s difficulty getting released. We also go over CD Projekt Red’s latest apology for Cyberpunk, discuss the ESA’s announcement that this year’s E3 will be all-digital, and rail against unnecessary always online requirements in single player games. Finally, we shout out the K…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the Ghost of Tsushima movie announcement, Qualcomm working on a switch-like system, a new Pikmin AR game by Niantic and the newly found Nintendo 64 Disk Drive devkit. We also briefly discuss the (now confirmed) rumour that Sony is closing the PS3, PSP and PS Vita stores.…
 
In this week's episode, we start off by discussing the recent controversy around Super Seducer 3 being denied on Steam, the implications this has for Steam's policy against "adult" content as well as speculation as to why it was removed. Meanwhile, in the hacking community, good news concerning the Grand Theft Auto franchise - Rockstar has implemen…
 
In this week's episode we discuss Tonyhax, the new PS1 softmod backup loader, as well as the DSi's arm7 bootrom finally being dumped, two major events in the homebrew and hacking community. Also, this episode we're joined by special guest RyRyIV, who, being a longtime Game Pass user gives us his thoughts about twenty Bethesda games coming to the Mi…
 
In this week's short episode we discuss the leaked Elden Ring trailer which has been circulating the web recently, and give our thoughts about the brief glimpses of gameplay seen. We also talk about the reports of Google paying supposedly up to tens of millions of dollars for AAA games to be on their streaming service, Stadia, and whether or not th…
 
Interviews with Board of Directors of Software giant SAP Gesche Joost and largest beverage company Nestle Ruth Oniang’o Board of Directors, US Tax reforms, Africa's Growth and Innovation, Global Geopolitics by Yusuf Azizullah GBAC Global Board Advisors Corp CEO, Boardroomeducation.comעל ידי Yusuf Azizullah
 
What Should boards focus on 2021-2022, COVID still disrupting, BREXIT winners and Gainers Turkey. Vietnam, ESG Sustainability & Diversity, GBAC Online Boardroom Education Videos. How to ESG in the boardroom? https://youtu.be/G-5vOi-4LOAעל ידי Yusuf Azizullah
 
In this week's episode we discuss the recent State of Play presentation from Sony, as well as the possibility of more PlayStation exclusives coming to PC. Next, we talk about the recent achievements in the homebrew and hacking community, specifically the "release" of Dinosaur Planet's N64 beta, as well as the DS Lite's newly found TV out function. …
 
In this week's episode we discuss the recent achievements in the "porting old console games to handheld systems" scene, specifically the Super Mario 64 port for the DSi by GBAtemp user Hydr8gen, as well as the recent Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and San Andreas ports to the PlayStation Vita. We also give our opinions on the new Mortal Kombat trailer…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by Tempcast legends iFish and Terminator02, who return to discuss with us the CD Projekt Red ransomware attack. After a brief discussion about Dogecoin and the financial system as a whole, we move on to the other news that happened this week. This includes the recent Sonic the Hedghehog 2 movie announcement, PS5…
 
In this week's episode we start with a follow-up to the GameStop stock situation by our resident lawyer and financial enthusiast Ericzander, who gives a definite and final answer whether or not to invest in GME. We also talk about how a Japanese hacker might be facing criminal charges for selling shiny Pokemon, Google shutting down its internal gam…
 
In this week's episode it's all about money. Xbox Live Gold went up in price, then went back down, proving once again that Microsoft are truly gamer oriented by keeping a service that should be free at the same price. We also discuss the merging of Vicarious Visions into Blizzard, as a form of punishment by Activision for daring to create a good ga…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss the achievements in the handheld console hacking scene; specifically, two notorious ports which have been released recently. Sonic 1 and 2 (2013) received an unofficial Switch port, as well as Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas getting a WIP port on the PlayStation Vita (done by the legendary TheFlow none the less). We…
 
This week we discuss the recent exploit found by TheFlow present in PlayStation 4 systems with a firmware version of 7.55 or under, and the implications it has for the hacking scene. We also dive in to the recent LucasArts announcements, including a new Star Wars game by Ubisoft and an Indiana Jones title by Machine Games. CD Projekt Red is in the …
 
2021 starts with a bang for Nintendo, beginning the year with a mass purge of DSiWare titles in the eShop. In this week's episode, we discuss what exactly might've led to this, and whether or not it was Nintendo's decision after all. Seemingly in retaliation, Netflix has announced that they will be discontinuing its services on the 3DS and Wii U sy…
 
This week, to celebrate the coming of the new year, we take a week away from gaming news and look back on how 2020 treated the gaming world. Joined by our Chief Editor Chary, the Tempcast crew reflects on the biggest games of the year, some notable ports, and counts down our top five games of 2020.
 
In this week's holiday special, we discuss the new 'gigaleak' from Nintendo's servers, which contained details on the 3DS's unreleased successor and the company’s anti-piracy ninja strategies. Afterwards, we give our thoughts about the new big player in the console wars, KFC, announcing their newest console made in collaboration with Cooler Master.…
 
The end of the year is usually barren in terms of gaming news. With all major consoles and games released, there's usually nothing to talk about other than sales data. However, CD Projekt Red (and GOG) continue dominating headlines with controversy after controversy. From epilepsy triggers to unplayable performance on base Playstation 4 and Xbox On…
 
This week's podcast was recorded hours after The Game Awards had ended, which is why we start off with our fresh reactions from the announced games and winners. Afterwards, we discuss SX OS getting an update after its leaders were indicted. Also, we give our thoughts about Halo Infinite being delayed to Fall 2021, the Dragon Quest XI fiasco, and fi…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by our executive producer Chary, with whom we discuss Xbox Series S|X homebrew, in particular PS2 emulation through Retroarch. With Eric finally passing the bar exam, we now have a full time legal expert on our show, which allows us to discuss the Ryan Hernandez prison sentence in full detail. Concerning our sma…
 
This week we discuss a variety of topics from the gaming world, including Fortnite's new subscription service, Sony banning PS5's for what seems to be digital fraud, scalpers ruining the day for everybody, as well as the first PS5 game dumps. Within these topics we also discuss the importance of physical media and the possible future of PS5 hacking…
 
This week, we dive into Nintendo's psyche, trying to find a reason for what they've done: banned a Melee online tournament, took legal action against an RCM Loader seller, and released an update for the 3DS. Joining us on this podcast is Eric, who was late last episode playing Masters of Melodies, or whatever. We also discuss the new Capcom leaks, …
 
To celebrate the start of a new console generation, we take a week off from news and look back at the generation that just ended. Join us as we discuss how the introduction of VR and fully-downloadable games have impacted the industry, various controversial forms of monetization that have come and gone, the most influential games of the generation,…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss the recent ransomware hacks on major game companies Ubisoft, Capcom and Crytek, along with the Watch Dogs: Legion source code being leaked to the public. We also react to Nintendo's financial reports, which show that the Switch has sold over 68 million units worldwide. Our hosts touch upon the recent controversies…
 
In this week's episode we are missing our father figure AlanJohn, but we are joined by special guest Jordan "RyRyIV", with whom we discuss Cyberpunk 2077 getting delayed once again despite entering crunchtime, along with a lead of Halo Infinite leaving the project. Finally, we wrap up with a discussion on the latest Nintendo Direct Mini showcase ev…
 
In this week's episode we are joined by special guest Jordan "RyRyIV", with whom we discuss Nintendo localizing Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light for a limited time, along with the recent discussion started by a Google Stadia developer about streaming. Jordan also gets to talk about his recent Baldur's Gate 3 review in detail, which…
 
In this week's episode we start off with our reactions to the official PlayStation 5 user interface reveal, following that we discuss some minor PS5 related news - including the recent backwards compatibility guidelines and sale predictions given by Sony. We also talk a bit about the Mass Effect Trilogy supposedly coming to the Switch, Final Fantas…
 
In this week's episode we start where we left off last time, with resident legal expert Ericzander chiming in giving us his opinion on the recent arrests of Team Xecuter members. Along with the indictment, Team Xecuter was hit by another loss, with their proprietary SX Modchip firmware being leaked. We also discuss the recent statement by Nintendo …
 
In this week's episode, we discuss Steve and Alex from Minecraft being added to Smash Bros Ultimate, Nintendo going after Uberchips and winning a 2 million dollar lawsuit, CD Projekt Red going into crunch before the release of Cyberpunk 2077, ex-Blizzard employees creating their own company, and finally - Team Xecutor members being indicted.…
 
One could describe last week's news with one word - unexpected. In this episode we discuss Microsoft seemingly out of the blue acquiring multiple AAA gaming studios, such as Bethesda and Id, Xbox running out of stock, Amazon announcing a new game streaming service, Konami re-releasing Metal Gear Solid on PC and more.…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss the recent acquisition of ARM by NVIDIA, and what it means for the Switch and it's possible upcoming revisions. Speaking of Nintendo, we also discuss the leaked Mario 3D All-Stars ROM and some interesting facts that came up after datamining, as well as reactions to the September Direct Partner Showcase. Along with…
 
Last week was full of surprises - with Nintendo announcing seemingly out of nowhere a new Zelda game, and Microsoft revealing the Xbox Series S along with the pricing of their next-gen consoles. Join our hosts AlanJohn, Ericzander and Relauby as they discuss and speculate on the latest gaming news.
 
The past week had a lot of gaming related news to talk about. Nvidia showed off their new lineup, and we share our thoughts about the pricing and performance, and how the Switch 2 might have ray tracing. Speaking of the Switch, a new emulator for Android has popped up, with a caveat - you need to buy a $100 controller, we discuss that as well. And …
 
Joining us on this episode is Jordan "RyRyIV", who along with our hosts discusses the recent game announcements at DC Fandome, as well as his hopes for a decent Resident Evil Netflix adaptation. We also discuss the possibilities of Nintendo releasing a new Switch, and our overwhelming reactions to the recent Direct mini.…
 
The Official GBAtemp podcast is back! Starting this week, GBAtemp now has its very own Tempcast, where hosts AlanJohn, relauby and Ericzander join to discuss the most prominent gaming-related events during the past week. Join us this episode as we discuss the PS5 trailer, Oculus, Facebook, Apple v Epic, and more!…
 
In this podcast we spoke to GB 400m sprinter and GB Active trainer Luke Lennon - Ford on how he fits parenthood around is training. We spoke on topics from being a role model to Linford Christie helping him to look after his son while he is training. Its was inspiring to listen to Luke as it shows how you can still train and compete at the highest …
 
In this GBA podcast we chatted to Jack Connors from UK Active which is an organisation that helps the nation to get active. In this podcast we chatted to Jack about technology in the sport and fitness industry and what are the positives and negatives of it. A must listen as its interesting on how technology can help get the nation active. Music by …
 
We chatted to Premier League Assistant referee Constantine Hatzidakis about how he got into the role and why fitness is important to do his job. This podcast is really interesting because there are some stereotypes with referees but there is a lot of things which you wouldn't think of which is so important for his role and to keep officiating.Music…
 
In this podcast we chat to the Sport In Mind charity who use sport as a tool to help improve mental heath. It was great chatting to Laura, Helen and Adam on issues surrounding mental health and how sport is can play a big part in improving it.Music by https://www.bensound.comעל ידי GB Active
 
This edition of Radio Gbarnga’s Podcast focuses on the important role of community radios in the fight against Ebola. The president of the Association of Liberia Community Radio, William Quire, urged journalists to continue to report post-Ebola stories. By developing a culture of acceptance, they can help reduce stigma against Ebola survivors. In d…
 
In today’s edition of the podcast, you can listen to the second part of Jefferson Massah's (Radio Gbarnga) visit to the Ebola Treatment Unit in Bong County. He follows a guided tour by Sambhavi Cheemalapati, the Program Coordinator of the International Medical Corps. Together with a Liberian health worker she explain their respectful and strict rul…
 
Jefferson Massah from Radio Gbarnga presents an interview with the Medical Director of CB Dunbar Hospital in Gbarnga. Dr. Obed Dolo speaks about the promising condition of the hospital and the disastrous problems quarantined areas had to face during the outbreak: Besides the Ebola stigma, there’s the economic hardship. Jefferson Massah von Radio Gb…
 
This week we podcast an interview with Jefferson Massah from Radio Gbarnga with the Program Coordinator of the International Medical Corps, who worked at the Ebola Treatment Unit in Bong County. Sambhavi Cheemalapati explains how information campaigns and early diagnosis helped improve the survival rate of Ebola-patients.Jefferson Massah von @Radio…
 
Jefferson Massah from Radio Gbarnga reports on the crucial work of the Act Alliance Liberia Forum who provided Awareness and Sensitization workshops to the communities of Bong county. The workshops aimed at awareness on the spread and prevention of the Ebola Virus and on coping with the stress and trauma of the Ebola survivors and their relatives.J…
 
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