Monday, 08 July 2024 04:43

Horner's Corner: Bill Considine

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Previously President and CEO of Akron Children's Hospital for 32 years, Bill Considine, joined Ray Horner for this month's episode of Horner's Corner. They discussed Bill's 32 years with the hospital, and his life since. 

Akron Mayor Shammas Malik joined the Ray Horner Morning show on Wednesday. He talked about the city's 4th of July events, the plan for a new police building, the new Fire Chief, and more. 

Wednesday, 03 July 2024 07:40

Hey Bobby! 7.3.24

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Each Wednesday throughout the season, Ray Horner speaks with Guardians VP Bobby DiBiasio. This week they talked about the very talented José Ramírez, and the amazing concessions available in the ballpark.

Tuesday, 02 July 2024 07:14

Summer Tips: Bugs, Burns, and Poison Ivy

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With warm weather comes bug bites, poison ivy, and sunburn. Dr. Debbie Plate from Cleveland Clinic Akron General, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. She talked about diagnosing and treating bites, stings, poisons, and sunburns. 

Monday, 01 July 2024 08:45

Business of the Week: Lavender Trails

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Each week, WAKR's Ray Horner profiles a local business.  This week, Ray talked with Jim Duxbury of Lavender Trails in Orville.

Monday, 01 July 2024 08:28

Cavs Sign a New Head Coach

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Tim Alcorn, voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. He talked about new head coach, Kenny Atkinson, and free agency.

Friday, 28 June 2024 08:19

Film School: The Karate Kid

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Film Study Professor Joe Fortunato joins the Ray Horner Morning Show every Friday to discuss classic films. This week they went back to 1984 with The Karate Kid.

Friday, 28 June 2024 08:06

Golf Tips: Chipping Around the Green

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Golf Pro, Dan Dauk, joins Ray every Friday with tips and info for golfers. Ray has had some trouble chipping around the green, a struggle among many golfers.

Friday, 28 June 2024 08:02

Course Review: Coppertop

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Golf Pro, Dan Dauk, joins Ray every Friday to talk about local golf courses. This week, Coppertop!

Friday, 28 June 2024 06:43

It's The End Of Music As We Know It, and AI Don't Mind Featured

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The Recording Industry is up in arms again, this time, alleging that two companies using AI to generate music, are illegally using copyrighted material.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court this week in Boston, by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), representing record labels including Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Warner Records, against Suno AI and Udio AI.

This lawsuit is just the latest in a series of AI-related legal actions, such as that of a group of eight newspapers suing Open AI, the maker of Chat GPT, and Microsoft for allegedly "purloining millions" of copyrighted news articles, prominent authors, such as John Grisham and Elin Hilderbrand suing Open AI and Meta, and even last year's big actors strike in Hollywood, that was related in part to concerns about generative AI eliminating their jobs.

With all that in play, I thought it would be a good idea to bring in a technology expert who can provide some insight into how AI is not only affecting the lives and livelihoods of musicians, but also; how it could affect creators of all types.

So, let's get into it now, with former CNET Editor and current CBS News Contributor, Ian Sherr. He's our special guest on This Week in Tech with Jeanne Destro.



Ian Sherr, Journalist

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