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As part of our commitment to the listener, WRVO provides a growing series of podcasts on a variety of topics. Sometimes our podcasts bring you archived content no longer heard on air, special projects, and sound advice from regional experts on many subjects.
Be sure to check back as the list is growing each and every day.
Ellis Guiles shares tips, tricks and knowledge to help get the most out of your home running systems in this series of podcasts. Guiles, an owner of TAG Home Performance in Syracuse, specializes in heating, cooling and plumbing services to make your home comfortable, affordable and safe.
This series addresses specific issues in investing and financial planning. Listeners can expect tips for planning your future, investment advice, and market analysis. Special guests are also featured periodically to share their insight and expertise. Pluff is Senior Vice President for Morgan Stanley in Syracuse.
In this series of podcasts, Jim Sollecito of Sollecito Landscaping Nursery provides helpful advice on how to navigate the seasonal shifts that impact plants, shrubs, trees, flower beds, and garden plots. Sollecito focuses on the use of natural products and cultivation methods specifically adapted to this region's climate, soil composition, geology, and native ecology.
Archived weekly, WRVO brings you essays from naturalist John Weeks. The essays were originally broadcast from 1984 to 2006. Topics include: seasonal changes, storms, wildlife, weather patterns, animals, and local food.
WRVO is working to preserve history by capturing the voices and familiar sounds of central New York. To those passing through, central and northern New York may seem an assemblage of small, quiet communities without a lot to say about themselves. But central New Yorkers know their region as a rich mosaic of memories, landmarks, unique activities, culinary staples and events that bring out the best.
From retail to healthcare, from education to energy, and from finance to community non-profit organizations, Michael Meath and his team of consultants provide expertise in many realms of business. Strategic Communications, LLC offers services in organization change and transition, public relations integration, crisis communications, government relations, and strategic planning.