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Secretary Raffensperger News Conference on Voter Access and Safety

This morning, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger held a news conference detailing the multiple avenues of voter access available in Georgia and steps taken to ensure voter safety. Visit GPB.org/Virus to watch today's news conference and for future updates from federal and state officials, guides and resources from the CDC and WHO, the latest news, and resources for families.

April 6, 2020

Coronavirus Resources for Kids and Families

Help with talking to kids, tweens and teens about coronavirus, resources to help them develop healthy habits and much more.

April 6, 2020

Political Rewind: Jails Risk Becoming Georgia's Next Hotspot

We're joined by Fulton County Sheriff Ted Jackson to discuss the unfolding situation and what steps his staff are taking to respond.

April 6, 2020

Georgia Secretary Of State Announces Absentee Ballot Fraud Task Force

The state has faced criticism and legal challenges for its absentee ballot procedures.

April 6, 2020

Signs Of Hope In Georgia's COVID-19 Hotspot

Last Friday, Phoebe officials said — for the first time in the coronavirus crisis — they released more patients than they took in.

April 6, 2020

Writers, Runners, Ghost-Hunters: 5 OST Stories To Revisit

While COVID-19 continues to dominate the news cycle, we thought our listeners would enjoy a break from coronavirus headlines. Here’s the weekly roundup of some of our favorite segments that have nothing to do with the pandemic. As always, tell us what you think, and be sure to share your favorites! You can tag us on Twitter at @OSTTalk and join and comment in our Facebook group: “ GPB Radio’s On Second Thought .”
April 6, 2020

Political Rewind: Jails Risk Becoming Georgia's Next Hotspot

Monday on Political Rewind , Fulton County Jail reported over a dozen COVID-19 cases in the span of a week, worrying public health officials and highlighting the risks faced by detention facilities across the state. We were joined by Fulton County Sheriff Ted Jackson to discuss the unfolding situation and what steps his staff are taking to respond.
April 6, 2020

Georgia Secretary Of State Announces Absentee Ballot Fraud Task Force

Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Monday a new task force that will investigate allegations of fraud within the absentee voting process as more Georgians are also encouraged to vote by mail in the upcoming May 19 primary election. At a press conference outside of the Capitol, Raffensperger said the group would be "responsible for upholding the integrity of the vote in Georgia, whether at the ballot box or the mailbox."
April 6, 2020

Hospitals Are Sourcing Masks from Auto Body Shops, HHS Inspector General Finds

Hospitals are trying to make their own disinfectant from in-house chemicals, running low on toilet paper and food, and trying to source face masks from nail salons. Those are some of the findings from a snapshot survey of how America's hospitals are handling the coronavirus crisis. The survey was done over five days — during the week of March 23 — by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General. Ann Maxwell, who oversaw the report as assistant inspector general for evaluation and inspections, says it's "the first objective, independent, national look at how hospitals are addressing the COVID-19 response." Maxwell says her office worked fast to get this report done. Dozens of staffers working on it called 323 hospitals around the country. "We asked them for just 15 to 20 minutes of their precious time," Maxwell says. Administrators answered questions about their biggest challenges, their strategies to address those challenges and how the government could
April 6, 2020

NPR Names Poynter's Kelly McBride As 6th Public Editor

NPR has named a distinguished media ethicist as its sixth public editor, appointing Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute to fill the newsroom watchdog role at a time when many other major news outlets have abandoned it. "The public editor represents the public interest in our journalism and helps hold us accountable to maintaining our high standards of journalism," NPR CEO John Lansing said in an interview. "And so [it's] really a critical position for us, particularly during this current [public health] crisis. "Our journalism has always been great. But it's never been more important than ever that we get the truth out to the people that need the facts, that we fact-check government officials," he added. "Literally, lives are in the balance, based on people having the right information. And having a public editor of the quality of Kelly McBride will help support that effort in a very meaningful way." McBride, 53, will retain her job as the senior vice president of the St. Petersburg
April 6, 2020
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World On Fire Premiere Screening Party And More Next Week On GPB

Next week, GPB presents the premiere of an epic new Masterpiece drama, learns the story of the search for the human genome and reveals the truth about a much maligned and misunderstood organ.

April 2, 2020
Education Matters

GPB Introduces New Digital eBook Resource For Shakespeare’s Plays: WordPlay Shakespeare

WordPlay Shakespeare eBooks provide readers with a new experience - a filmed performance of Shakespeare's plays placed right next to the original text.

April 2, 2020
GPB Sports Blog

Celebrating Spring Sports Amidst COVID - 19 Outbreak

We here at GPB Sports want to help celebrate you and your team!

March 31, 2020
Education Matters

New Resources For Georgians To Access High-Speed Internet

Gov. Kemp and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs launched a new website to inform Georgians about ways to connect to high-speed internet throughout the state.

March 30, 2020
Education Matters

Digital Content To Help Kids Understand The Coronavirus Outbreak

YouTube videos that help answer questions kids (and adults!) have about the coronavirus.

March 30, 2020

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GPB Introduces New Digital eBook Resource For Shakespeare’s Plays: WordPlay Shakespeare

WordPlay Shakespeare eBooks provide readers with a new experience - a filmed performance of Shakespeare's plays placed right next to the original text.

April 2, 2020

New Resources For Georgians To Access High-Speed Internet

Gov. Kemp and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs launched a new website to inform Georgians about ways to connect to high-speed internet throughout the state.

March 30, 2020

Digital Content To Help Kids Understand The Coronavirus Outbreak

YouTube videos that help answer questions kids (and adults!) have about the coronavirus.

March 30, 2020

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