Yes, it’s true — the NAM’s Manufacturing Institute has launched it’s first ever (at least in recent history) radio show. It airs early on Sunday morning on WMAL in Washington DC, but that’s not even the best part. The best part is that every Monday morning we will post it on our website for those of you who actually decided to sleep in on Sunday morning, or were at church. This link is also available to radio stations in manufacturing areas who will be using our content in the months and years ahead. It’s a great development and one we’re very excited about. It’s long been said that the blogger-in-chief has a face for radio, so we’re hoping to see, …uh…, hear him on there soon. Thanks to The Voice, Darren McKinney, and to our generous funders from the NAM’s Communications Council (you know who you are) for making this happen. Give it a listen — it’s pretty cool. Anybody know any good manufacturing tunes…?
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