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World of Religion
from CELEBRATE RADIO
09 - Rick Warren responds to proposed anti-homosexuality law in Uganda
December 22, 2009 03:53 PM PST08 - PEW Study on Mix & Match Religion
December 22, 2009 03:42 PM PST07 - John Katina of The Katinas on the Samoan tsunami
December 22, 2009 03:31 PM PST
Don Fass interviews John Katina, of The Katinas06 Darlene Zschesch, of Hillsong, Australia, talks to Don Fass
May 05, 2009 12:10 PM PDT
Don Fass interviews Darlene Zschesch, singer/songwriter and worship leader from Hillsong Church, in Australia.05 Bryan Howard, South Africa - Angels
September 15, 2008 05:41 AM PDT
Bryan Howard, from South Africa, discusses the role and history of angels.04 Lonnie Frisbee, evangelist from the sixties
September 15, 2008 05:38 AM PDT
Discussion of the life and times of the 60s evangelist, Lonnie Frisbee.03 Bryan Howard, South Africa - Being alone
September 15, 2008 05:22 AM PDT
Commentary from Don Fass on a 'Changing Giving Perspectives' initiative and a Reflection on 'Being Alone' from Bryan Howard, South Africa.
02 Amr Khaled - Muslim cleric from Egypt
February 24, 2008 06:11 PM PST
A Muslim tele-evangelist from Egypt.01 Eddie Butler - The Black Hebrews of Israel
December 26, 2007 01:08 PM PST
The first of our series from Celebrate Radio with reporter Don Fass - Eddie Butler and the Black Hebrews of Israel.
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Don Fass is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and online editor. He is the founder of Streetcats Foundation for Youth, Executive Director of the National Childrens Coalition and Executive Director of Teen-Anon 12-Step Recovery. As a journalist, Don's career goes back to age 17, when he was the youngest reporter ever credentialed to cover the White House, State Department, United Nations and NASA's Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs. He was the co-founder of American Radio News, one of the first two radio-only audio news services, an editor at ABC Radio Network, UPI Audio, Scholastic Magazines, Prodigy Online and AOL. A New York radio news director at 19, he is also one of two broadcasters credited with first establishing pop/rock music on FM. He spent 18 years as an investigator reporter for major outlets. Don has covered events and personalities from the Kennedys to Apollo 11, The Beatles to the U.N. Security Council, the Oscars and Grammys to Live-Aid, from 22 countries and over 300 major radio stations. In 1994, he created SC Metro Online, which now has more than 40 award-winning web sites, including Entertainment Network News, Get-It Online, The Web Zones, City Central, Bizday, SF Today, Beyond the Galaxy, PM News, Get-Sports, Cool-Email, City Women and many others. His journalism career has been featured in Broadcasting Magazine, Variety, The New York Times, on Voice of America and the CBS Radio Network. Don embarked on a second, parallel career in the 1970's, helping people, particularly youth through sensitivity training, empowerment and 12-step growth groups. He is the founder of Streetcats Foundation for Youth, National Childrens Coalition and more recently, Teen-Anon 12-step recovery. Each group is nationally known and serves thousands of parents, kids and teens off the web and over 3 million more through its child.net, kidsurfer.org, teensurfer.com and teen-anon.com websites. Don trained with Jack Canfield (author of the best-selling Chicken Soup books), Bernard Gunther, Will Schutz and other group leaders from Esalen Institute and received substance abuse counselor training at the New School for Social Research in New York, UC-Berkeley, Western Addictions Institute and UC-San Diego, La Jolla. Don was nominated to Who's Who in America for 1999-2000.
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