Streaming surpasses television, Shark research, BIPOC birding

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A television writer joins us to look at how streaming has become the dominant form of watching shows. Then, we talk to a Wisconsin native who now does research with sharks in Hawaii. Later, we learn more about a club trying to make bird watching more accessible for people of all backgrounds.

Featured in this Show

  • How streaming passed cable and broadcast for most viewers

    Nielsen data showed streaming viewers surpassed the audience for both cable and broadcast television last month for the first time. We explore how viewing habits have changed and what role television still plays.

  • Wisconsin native helping track sharks with Hawaii research lab

    A woman from Wisconsin is among those doing research with the shark lab at the University of Hawaii. She was part of a group featured on the show “Maui Shark Mystery” on National Geographic. We learn more about how she and her team track sharks around the islands.

  • BIPOC birding club welcomes all to improve birding skills, create community

    Created in 2021, the BIPOC Birding Club of Wisconsin works to bring together people who want to connect over their love of birding. A member of the club joins us to talk about how the club was founded and its plans for the future.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Emilie Burditt Producer
  • Alison Herman Guest
  • Kaylee Scidmore-Rossing Guest
  • Dexter Patterson Guest

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