Live from Sonos Studio NYC
Are you ready for something cool, music-lovers? Sonos is bringing you a weeklong exploration of the intersection of music, art, and technology.
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Sonos Studio NYC will play host to live performances, discussions, workshops, screenings, and Q&A’s with some of music’s most progressive artists.
Can’t join Sonos in New York? Catch sessions all week with TuneIn. Performances include Aloe Blacc, Devonté Hynes, and Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry. 
Here’s the full schedule:


Tweet @TuneIn & @Sonos with #SonosStudioNYC as you’re listening to tell us what you think!

Live from Sonos Studio NYC

Are you ready for something cool, music-lovers? Sonos is bringing you a weeklong exploration of the intersection of music, art, and technology.

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Checking Out the Library’s Best Kept Secret
Did you know that September is U.S. Library Card Sign-Up Month? You may have forgotten your local library altogether, but these community pillars are not just for volumes of great and forgotten works to sit collecting dust.
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Libraries across the globe have been dipping into their archives to bring the public even more significant content in the form of their own podcasts. Contributors to the library podcasts, who range from authors, journalists, and educators to politicians and artists, offer up unique programming that gives listeners the chance to engage with cultural icons and explore new ideas.
So get ready to check out something from your local, or even very distant, library. You won’t be disappointed!

The New York Public Library Podcast 
This podcast brings together your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
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Los Angeles Public Library Podcasts
Recorded live in the Los Angeles Central Library’s Mark Taper Auditorium, the award-winning ALOUD at Central Library speaker series becomes available to you through this podcast.
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Free Library Podcast 
This podcast makes it easy to participate in the author events and lectures that take place at the Central Library of Philadelphia.
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Discover Library and Archives Canada 
Where Canadian history, literature and culture await you. Each month, the library showcases treasures from their vaults, guide you through their many services and introduce you to the people who acquire, safeguard and make known Canada’s documentary heritage.
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National Library of Australia 
The National Library hosts a program of events that highlight aspects of their collections. If you missed a talk or conference, you can listen to highlights here.
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National Library of Scotland Learning Zone
Learn from the curators of the National Library of Scotland. From Victorian funerary customs to polar exploration and much more, discover the treasures of Scotland’s information portal.
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Checking Out the Library’s Best Kept Secret

Did you know that September is U.S. Library Card Sign-Up Month? You may have forgotten your local library altogether, but these community pillars are not just for volumes of great and forgotten works to sit collecting dust.

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Your Fall TV Listening Guide
The days may be getting cooler, but the Fall TV lineup is heating up. Brush up on what happened last season, and gush over each week’s episodes as they unfold with these podcasts inspired by Fall’s big shows.
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The Walking Dead: The fifth season of AMC’s zombie-thriller begins in October. Listen to these two fans bring you weekly commentary and analysis, and remember the details of last season with archived episodes. LISTEN
Once Upon a Time: A married couple with different points of view come together to discuss ABC TV’s Once Upon a Time. Messages from around the world offer more insight. LISTEN
Doctor Who: A new iteration of the doctor has returned to the BBC’s cult hit, and the show’s two biggest fans are here to recap every development. LISTEN
Glee: Fox’s singing spectacular is back for its final season. Until it starts, you can listen to interviews with the cast and recaps of past favorite episodes. LISTEN
The Daily Show: Everyone’s favorite spin on the news has to come from somewhere. The show’s writers dish on the behind-the-scenes of the show on The Daily Show Podcast Without Jon Stewart. LISTEN
Screen Play: Two pop culture geeks discuss everything in TV and film. LISTEN

Your Fall TV Listening Guide

The days may be getting cooler, but the Fall TV lineup is heating up. Brush up on what happened last season, and gush over each week’s episodes as they unfold with these podcasts inspired by Fall’s big shows.

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Expand Your Mind With These Awesome Science Podcasts
Remember how cool science class was? You could dissect a frog, solve for the velocity at which a plane is traveling, then learn about how vast the cosmos are. Learning amazing facts like this does not need to be a distant memory. Browse through our selection of our favorite science podcasts and start listening today! 
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RadioLab: WNYC’s experiment in storytelling and sound. Episodes cover myriad topics, usually exploring the confluence of sound, technology, and beyond. LISTEN 

StarTalk: Led by astrophysicist and Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson, this radio show is dedicated to all things space, and creates a bridge between science and pop culture. LISTEN 

Science Friday: Since 1991, host Ira Flatow brings you emerging news and entertaining stories from the world of science every Friday (or here, on-demand!). LISTEN 

TEDTalks: You may know TED as the nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas through their organized talks. While you may find many topics, TEDTalks regularly cover the realm of technology, medicine, and science. LISTEN 

The Naked Scientists: Stripping science down to its bare essentials, this show is hosted by a group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge University. Each show features interviews with world-renowned scientists and researchers. LISTEN 

Science Times: Produced by the Science Times editors from that little-known paper The New York Times, this podcasts brings you the latest news and trends in science, medicine, and the environment. LISTEN 

60-Second Science: From Scientific American,lLeading science journalists provide a daily minute of commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. LISTEN 

Expand Your Mind With These Awesome Science Podcasts

Remember how cool science class was? You could dissect a frog, solve for the velocity at which a plane is traveling, then learn about how vast the cosmos are. Learning amazing facts like this does not need to be a distant memory. Browse through our selection of our favorite science podcasts and start listening today! 

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Turn the Game Up: It’s college football season 
Calling all fans, alumni, countrymen!
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Today marks the kickoff of the NCAA football season, and TuneIn will offer more coverage of college sports than any audio service. Fans can listen to teams from Pac-12, SEC, Big 12, Big Ten, ACC, AAC, MAC and WAC. We’re carrying fan favorites including defending national champions Florida State, and a litany of other top programs such as Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Kansas, Texas, Virginia Tech, Ohio State, and tons more school football teams. 
This year’s TuneIn coverage will also be more extensive than it has ever been. Every school will have its own 24/7 station on TuneIn, hosting not only live play-by-play game action, but also broadcasts from local hometown announcers, live coach interviews, re-plays of in-season games, and additional content like the school fight song, stories and interviews. 
Now with TuneIn, real fans can not only follow their favorite team all season long, but any team that vies to cause trouble along the road to the College Football Championship game.

Follow your favorite team now on TuneIn! » Visit our College Football page.

Turn the Game Up: It’s college football season

Calling all fans, alumni, countrymen!

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