[NFBWATlk] Fwd: Save the Date: Broadcaster Ross Reynolds at WTBBL

Bennett Prows bjprows at comcast.net
Fri Jul 30 17:37:08 UTC 2021

Tried to go to the URL to register for the WTBBL anniversary event with Ross Reynolds. Received an error message about the URL redirect. There was a message about a company that tries to shorten long URLs, but this didn’t work. The message I got included the following:  Terms of use
Error: Unable to find URL to redirect to.
Please check that the URL entered is correct. To learn more about TinyURL.com, please visit the homepage.

 Hope we can get some updated info. I’ll just call the library to get registered.


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> From: Danielle Miller <danielle.miller at sos.wa.gov>
> Date: July 28, 2021 at 10:52:32 AM PDT
> To: MJC59 at comcast.net
> Subject: Save the Date: Broadcaster Ross Reynolds at WTBBL
> Reply-To: Danielle Miller <danielle.miller at sos.wa.gov>
> Save the Date:
> Broadcaster Ross Reynolds at WTBBL  
> Mark your calendars! To continue celebrating our 90th anniversary, WTBBL is hosting an online presentation and discussion on Wednesday, August 18th, at 11 a.m. with broadcaster Ross Reynolds on "How Audio Technology Changed the World." 
> Although we live in a visual world, audio still has the power to create intimacy and spark the imagination like no other medium can. Veteran broadcaster Ross Reynolds explores the impact that audio transmission has had on society and storytelling, beginning with the first century of radio up to the modern age of audiobooks, internet streaming, podcasts, and smart speakers. How has audio transmission changed society, and what makes it such a still powerful form of communication?
> Attendees will be encouraged to share stories of their formative audio experiences, and radio broadcasters and podcasters will be invited to share their stories.
> Register in advance for this meeting via Zoom at https://tinyurl.com/wtbbl-ross-reynolds, or call WTBBL at 206-615-0400 or 800-542-0866 to receive the phone number to call into the event.
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> 206-615-0400 | wtbbl at sos.wa.gov  
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