Indie Horror Film Podcast Comes Back From The Dead, Emotional Protective Equipment, Colleges Weigh Reopening

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Two Wisconsin filmmakers tell us about their revamped podcast that’s focused on producing indie horror films. Then we discuss some of the emotional considerations for people to make as they safely re-enter the professional and public spheres. And we look at how universities are weighing whether to reopen campuses for in-person classes in the fall.

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Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Scott Jaschik Guest
  • Christopher Micklos Guest
  • Jay Sapiro Guest
  • Jennifer Johnson Guest
  • Claudia Finkelstein Guest

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