Joe Riley

President & CEO

Prior to joining KWBU in 2009, Riley served at Maine Public Broadcasting Network as Vice President Director of Television and at Nashville Public Television as Director of Local Programming and Production, and had earlier been Director of Production at KUAC in Fairbanks, Alaska. Raised in South Carolina, Riley holds a bachelor's degree in English from Furman University.

Michael Hagerty

Knowing what the terms "in network" and "out of network: mean can have a big impact on how much money you spend on medical care in the event of a health issue.  


In this episode, Nan Holmes hosts a conversation with Wes Allison, CEO of Extraco Event Center. 


Nan Holmes visits with Rodney Martin on this edition of the Central Texas Leadership Series.  Rodney is President and CEO of the YMCA of Central Texas.  


On this episode of the Central Texas Leadership Series:  Ashley Allison, Executive Director of the Waco Foundation.  Hosting the conversation is Felicia Goodman, Executive Director of the Cooper Foundation.  


Nan Holmes interviews Waco Fire Chief, Bobby Tatum, Jr. on this episode of the Central Texas Leadership Series.  


In this episode: Barbara Mosachio, Executive Director of United Way of Waco and McLennan County.  Hosting the conversation is Nan Holmes.  


Sam Cooke, Lou Rawls and Johnny Taylor all spent time as part of the Highway QC's.  The group is still going strong today.


In this episode: Anna Futral, Executive Direcrtor of CASA of McLennan and Hill Counties.  Hosting the conversation is Nan Holmes.  


Roscoe is the living embodiment of Southern black music history.


The Rev. Cleophus Robinson hails from the famous Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church of St. Louis - and it's really hard to separate the two. 


Michael Hagerty

Physician Shortage – It is real. There are efforts being used, and proposed, to slow or stop an increasing shortage of doctors. 


Rev. W. Leo Daniels died young but left behind dozens of incredible recorded sermons.  


Michael Hagerty

Primary care physicians are on the front lines for seeing behavioral health disorders; often they are the first contact for patients. 


J.M. Gates was influential to the sound of authentic black preaching and music.  


Michael Hagerty

The move toward increased efficiency and greater specialization in patient care has given rise to a new type of physician who make their office solely at the patient's bedside. 


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