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Kelly and Company is AMI-audio’s daily live afternoon program. Listen for interviews and discussion about arts, entertainment and lifestyle information directly affecting the blind and partially sighted community. Contributors from across the country share information on everything from parenting and finance to fashion and gaming. Plus, catch live performances from Canadian musicians, comedians and actors.
 
COMMERCE TOMORROW is a podcast series hosted by tech entrepreneurs and ecommerce veterans Kelly Goetsch and Dirk Hoerig discussing the latest developments and technologies used at global brands and retailers that are at the forefront of growth and innovation. Listen in to interviews with recognized technology leaders and learn how technology is driving their business.
 
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Can over salting your driveway be hurting your plants and garden? Jeff Ryman explains in his lifestyle report. John Biehler of The App Show joins us with our end-of-the-week App Update; he highlights the Nobi Smart Lamp. Sylvi Fekete gives us the latest on the Almost Live theatre series by VocalEye, including two upcoming virtual shows. There’s a n…
 
Looking for a unique way to take notes? Michael Feir has you covered with the award winning, accessible app called Bear. Why are flowers named what they are? Gardener Susan Kerney runs us through a list of flowers with significant meanings. PlayME, an award-winning audio drama podcast series, kicks off its new season with a lineup of plays that spe…
 
It’s a New Year, so let’s discuss new gadgets for the kitchen with Leanne Baarda. Margrett Weldon walks us down memory lane, all the way back to her start on Kelly and Company. In Winnipeg, a Pilates instructor is challenging stereotypes to engage the disability community. Jim Krysko has the story. Dave and Debbie look ahead at Valentine’s Day and …
 
Dr. Danielle Jongkind joins us to discuss common respiratory conditions that dog owners often have questions about. The heart is a mighty organ. Nutritionist Julia Karantjas shares what to eat to help with heart health. Late last year, Time Out revealed the top 40 coolest neighbourhoods around the world. The places that balance great local culture,…
 
What is the Raspberry Pi computer, and how could we utilize it? Michael Babcock shares on our Tech Talk. Who's moving on the the NFL playoffs? Brock Richardson gives us the details in his sports report. We meet the newest member of our AMI-tv team, Ottawa Bureau Reporter Christopher Vallee. On Know Your Rights, Danielle McLaughlin opens up the conv…
 
What are 7 credit card perks you should prioritize in 2021? Jeff Ryman explains in his lifestyle report. What is making waves at CES this year? John Bieler of the App Show gives us the details. The MacLaren Art centre in Barrie is expanding their programs to become more accessible. Karen Magee shares the goals of the program. Amazon news is back in…
 
Let’s get organizing our thoughts and ideas. Michael Feir tells us about the Notebooks10 app, developed by Alfonz Schmid. Fern Lulham highlights a UK charity called Fight for Sight, which funds ground breaking research for vision loss. We learn more about the services at the Canadian Deafblind Association British Columbia chapter, with Family Servi…
 
Traditionally, the month of January means the launch of what is known as midseason in the television game. What is midseason and has COVID-19 affected it? We learn more with Greg David. During our Regional Content Report, Ryan Delehanty highlights a casting call for blind actors in Halifax. Registered Nurse Leslie Depoe realizes that we are all goi…
 
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