Philadelphia Community Podcast

Philadelphia Community Podcast

Each week, Loraine Ballard Morrill speaks to community leaders and groups in the Philadelphia region about topics affecting our local communities and upcoming events. Insight airs Sunday on WDAS FM 6-7 am and 7-7:30 am on Power 99. What's Going On airs Sundays on Q102, Radio 104.5, 106.1 The Breeze and 1480 Breakthrough Radio.... Show More
September 22, 2017 31 min
You are very likely to be impacted by that massive data breach at the credit checking firm Equifax. Loraine Ballard Morrill speaks with cyber security experts Rebecca Rakoski and Jordan Fischer from XPAN Law group. https://xpanlawgroup.com/

There's so much cool technology that helps automate the home we chat with Jeffrey Allen, from Comcast and Kathleen McHale President and CEO of SPIN about how Xfinity Home automation helped three intellectually differently abled young men live independently.

Loraine talks with Shirley Kessel the founder of Miles for Migrane Walk and Run scheduled for Saturday, October 7 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Wissahickon Park. The two-mile walk and 5K/10K run raise funds to help increase public awareness about headache disorders and the need to fund headache disorder research. www.milesformigraine.org.
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