In 2009, he created The Podcasters’ Studio to share what he had learned while producing his first podcast and to teach himself audio-only podcast production. Podcasting quickly became a full-time hobby and eventually his job – more accurately, his dream job.
In this episode of All Hazards we’re going to talk about podcasting in general, podcasting in the government sector and how it might fit in with your office’s public outreach messaging. We’ll offer some tips to get you started if you think your audience might want to listen to what you have to say, how you might improve your existing podcast, and what some of the trends are in podcasting.
Today, at the CHP substation in Stockton, very important work is taking place. Public Safety Communications and Cal OES crews are installing a communications dish 120 feet up a new tower. It will allow for emergency communications between CHP headquarters and dispatchers and their officers who are in the field. This is very dangerous work. Technicians often go to extreme heights, more than 1000 feet sometimes.
“You can see literally see a hundred miles in every direction, it’s awesome,” said Kynan Matz, a telecommunications technician with PSC.
If it weren’t for these PSC techs building and maintaining these towers, public safety would be severely compromised.
“Basically makes their radio work, you know, and all their mobile devices and their offices,” Matz goes … continue reading »
San Jose, CA – Wireless broadband data applications enable exciting new possibilities for improving the operations and effectiveness of California public safety activities in life changing – and lifesaving – ways.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, Public Safety Communications continues to lead informational meetings to prepare California’s public safety community for the first Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) and First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) deployment in the Golden State.
Sacramento – Technology is changing with the speed of light and much of this technology has been beneficial to consumers and businesses alike. Likewise, connecting all public safety personnel through FirstNet would be one of the most important advancements in public safety.
That’s why the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Public Safety Communications Department continues to hold town hall meetings across the state to explain what this nationwide, high-speed, wireless broadband network could mean to California and how it could benefit public safety stakeholders.
During the 6th meeting in Humboldt County, stakeholders learned about California’s developments on public safety broadband communications, current initiatives and how their local agencies can be part of the network. Leaders from Nevada and Oregon discussed the importance of collaboration … continue reading »
Fairfield – The Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Public Safety Communications Office held its third Town Hall meeting to inform first responders and other public safety communications personnel about the future implementation of the Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) through the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet).
The purpose of these meetings is to gather information from local first responders, share how FirstNet will revolutionize public safety wireless broadband communications and bring firefighters, law enforcement officials, emergency medical service workers, and other public safety disciplines together like never before.
“It is crucial for local participation in the California planning efforts to ensure the network meets their unique public safety requirements,” said Karen Wong, Assistant Director of Public Safety Communications at … continue reading »
Today, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services hosted a Drought and Wildfire Summit in collaboration with the Department of Social Services and the American Red Cross to plan ahead and develop courses of action for the early fire season and the continuing drought.
“A close line of communication and collaboration is critical to provide the best disaster response and recovery,” said Nancy Ward Chief Deputy Director at the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services.