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Michael Libbie
Des Moines, Iowa
My profession is advertising, marketing and social media for business while my hobby is politics and religion.
Interests: writing, public speaking, photography, creative design, rodeo, movies, politics, religion
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Sunday Morning Coffee - The Rotten Edition Today more lies than you can imagine, government forces at work to further divide America, a Kamp for Kids, Canada and a warning about November. Continue reading
Posted 5 hours ago at SundayMorningCoffee
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The top business news stories of the day along with what happened on Wall Street. The Business News on your time... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Insight on Business
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Get into Friday Fun with Jeff Pitts and Parker Reed from Cityview Magazine. Some laughs and conversation about music, festivals, sports... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Insight on Business
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The Des Moines Arts Festival is one of the very best in the nation. We sit down with Stephen King to learn the "back-story" of the event and meet Chris Dahlquist, not only a featured artist but also has a business to teach artists not to become "starving artists". Great conversation a click away. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Insight on Business
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Can we find new ways to impart information and help businesses grow and prosper? Here Phil and Michael exchange some thoughts in Marketing for Business Episode 19. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Insight on Business
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The Business News Hour with news about sales taxes, online sales, markets, food stores and profits, Instagram. We've also got Marketing for Business Episode 18 and Stuff to do in the metro! WHEW. Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Insight on Business
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Not only affordable but also targeted. There are 21 communities that receive, in every mailbox, their local edition of the Iowa Living Magazine each month. We talk about that and why hyper-local works. Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Insight on Business
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Here Maureen Berger and Ben Crosby share tips and ideas about the art of presenting as a team. Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Insight on Business
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From what happened and why on Wall Street to hyper-local publishing to a crushing death in the Des Moines Business Community and a conversation on team presentations. Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Insight on Business
Building a place to visit and enjoy brings monumental rewards. Here Greg Edwards from Catch Des Moines talks about the economics of conventions, sporting events and that family gathering. Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Insight on Business
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The Dow, today, gave up all the gains so far in 2018...that story news about Oprah, soybeans, art, visitors and more. Click through and you'll learn plenty! Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Insight on Business
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On the way back to the United States from Nigeria we catch up with Laura Kinnard for your business education and networking segment.... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Insight on Business
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Here Ned Flynn from Aureon talks about an insurance benefit that can reduce the cost of health care coverage for employers and employees... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Insight on Business
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The Business News Hour Headlines and more. From energy and coal to Sears to the markets, to women in broadcasting in Iowa to PR campaigns. Our interview segment is will Ned Flynn from Aureon on Tele-Medicine and Laura Kinnard on networking and business education. Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Insight on Business
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Some of the most interesting business news stories of the past week a conversation with Brad Anderson the new State Director for AARP-Iowa, what happened on Wall Street, Mike Owen from the Iowa Policy Project on taxes "Who is Paying and Who isn't"...click through for more. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Insight on Business
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Sunday Morning Coffee is served. Today: families, fathers, farmers and fear. Welcome to America in 2018. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at SundayMorningCoffee
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A conversation with Darrell Sarmento the Executive Director of the West Side Chamber of Commerce. A hyper-local look at the investment and return of Chamber Life. Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2018 at Insight on Business
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The 2018 Iowa Juneteenth Celebration was one for the books and the frosting on the cake was Soledad O'Brien and story telling. "America is better than this..." Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2018 at Insight on Business
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The business news a conversation with Soledad O'Brien and something hyper-local with Darrell Sarmento. Thanks for listening! Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2018 at Insight on Business
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Two in One! Meet the new State Director for AARP-Iowa, Brad Anderson and the direction he is looking to chart for the statewide organization. Then meet Jeremy Barewin the Associate Director and Director of Communications as we talk baseball, events and serving all of Iowa both urban and rural. Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2018 at Insight on Business
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Parker Reed and Jeff Pitts talk arts, entertainment, sports, music and so much more. Have some fun already... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2018 at Insight on Business
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It's a packed business news program today. From mounting legal issues for President Trump (on his birthday yet) to a state suing Walgreens to new leadership for AARP-Iowa to Stuff to DO in the Metro with Cityview! WOW...click for more! Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2018 at Insight on Business
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A conversation about taxes in Iowa. Who pays what and who pays nothing and who gets checks because of tax credits.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2018 at Insight on Business
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So much to share...business news from Wall Street to the Fed, to the economy, jobs, taxes and more. Also, Mike Owen from the Iowa Policy Project is in...click through and let's go! Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2018 at Insight on Business
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We're talking about the death of locally owned restaurants because the chains know the data and will exploit it...a chilling conversation. Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2018 at Insight on Business