Ben Clemmer

Ben joined 89.1 WBOI as a host and production assistant in 2017. After serving as an intern during his last semester at the University of Saint Francis, Ben graduated from USF with a degree in music technology and a minor in communication.

Ben is a Fort Wayne native, with an active interest in bass guitar and audio production. In addition to producing the weekly WBOI Presents, he helps produce promos for WBOI news and lends his voice and editing to other projects at the station.

Ben is the host of Weekend Edition on Saturday mornings. He has served as interim host of All Things Considered and is also the assistant speech team coach at Bishop Dwenger High School, where he coaches radio broadcasting.

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Ruth Yaro

Welcome to the February News Roundup on 89.1 WBOI. The WBOI news team takes a look at some of the biggest stories from February. There's been many responses to gun violence ever since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Hoosiers can now buy alcohol on Sundays, USF's Marble Lounge Records signed Rosalind & The Way, and Conspiracy Theories are for Losers.

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Part One

TEDxFortWayne

  This podcast of the WBOI Weekend News Roundup highlights the top stories to hit the Fort Wayne area this week. 

LAVERGHETTA PHOTOGRAPHY AND PORTRAITS

Tonight on WBOI presents, we’ll be broadcasting a panel discussion examining the public defender system in Indiana, and the panel was moderated by WBOI's Rebecca Green.

Who funds the public defender system? If you’re arrested and need a public defender, what does that process look like? We’ll have the answers to these and many other questions tonight on WBOI Presents.

ANDY LAVERGHETTA

Throughout 2018, a number of local historical and educational entities have partnered together to explore and share our region’s labor history. The initiative is called Factory Families. Tom Castaldi, from WBOI’s On The Heritage Trail joins in a panel discussion about the history of manufacturing and innovation in northeast Indiana.

WBOI Weekend News Roundup 02/17/18

Feb 16, 2018
Kara Heingartner

This podcast of the WBOI Weekend News Roundup highlights the top stories to hit the Fort Wayne area this week. It starts with the headlines and an interview with Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll, who will be retiring at the end of March. Then, hearing from the only Hoosier Winter Olympian, Nick Goepper. Finally, Bravas representatives and one lucky winner talk about about the first annual "A Very Bougie Bravas Valentine's". 

For more information about the stories covered in the podcast, here are links to the full articles:

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