Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Sep 19, 2017

On today’s show, we hear some concerns about an agent orange testing program carried out at Fort Chaffee fifty years ago. Plus, we have a conversation on the challenge of studying a constantly-changing subject such as the internet. And people often opt out of cooking because it’s not convenient, but we learn about the new wave of smart devices for your kitchen and home.

Offering Judgment on Arkansas Politics

Sep 19, 2017
Talk Business & Politics

John Brummett, political writer for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, gives arrows up or arrows down to four separate political entities. He talks to Roby Brock from our partner Talk Business and Politics about Governor Hutchinson, medical marijuana and more.

A Tuesday roundup: applications mount on deadline day for medical marijuana, a deadline for the Bentonville Film Festival and seven-million dollars for Arkansas infant health.

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Stephanie Schulte, an associate professor of communication at the University of Arkansas, will lead an honors seminar in the spring about the internet. Tomorrow night she delivers a preview, open to the public, in Gearhart Hall Auditorium. We talk to her about our increasingly digital lives.

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Last month, Cox Communications hosted a smart home tour. The company's high-speed internet powered more than 50 devices that ranged from a Wi-fi enabled crockpot to a mixed reality headset.