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Inside Higher Ed Launches Weekly Audio Newscast to Go Behind and Beyond the Headlines

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WASHINGTON, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Inside Higher Ed, the authoritative online source for higher education news, opinion, and jobs, today announced the May 2nd launch of THIS WEEK @ INSIDE HIGHER ED, a weekly review of the news that matters most in higher education.  Featuring thought leaders and Inside Higher Ed editors, THIS WEEK @ INSIDE HIGHER ED will deliver informed, engaged, and essential conversation about the week's top stories.

THIS WEEK will bring the pages of Inside Higher Ed to life with timely, intelligent and insightful dialog, debate, and diverse perspectives from a rotating panel of commentators.  Leaders in higher education will find THIS WEEK to be an indispensable source of what is most important in the news and how it will affect their institutions. THIS WEEK @ INSIDE HIGHER ED will cover the landscape of higher education in the news – politics and policy, people and institutions, money and finances, teaching and learning, eLearning and technology, and more

The free THIS WEEK @ INSIDE HIGHER ED program will be available as both streaming audio and a downloadable podcast at the THIS WEEK page on the Inside Higher Ed website:  http://www.insidehighered.com/thisweek. The flexible format and accessible distribution of THIS WEEK make it easy for listeners to tune in anytime and anyplace -- at work, at home, while driving or in the gym.

"We see THIS WEEK as a new and important way to bring timely information and insight about key news events to Inside Higher Ed readers," said Scott Jaschik, the co-editor of Inside Higher Ed.  "Our goal for THIS WEEK is to continue to engage and inform our readers – in a new form of Inside Higher Ed."

A production of G2 Education, THIS WEEK @ INSIDE HIGHER ED is produced by Jinny Goldstein and moderated by Casey Green.  Ms. Goldstein, a recognized education innovator, is President of the Goldstein Education Group and previously served as a Senior Vice President for Education at the Public Broadcasting Service.  Mr. Green is the founding director of the Campus Computing Project and writes the Digital Tweed blog for Inside Higher Ed.

"We're delighted to be working with Jinny Goldstein and Casey Green on THIS WEEK," said Doug Lederman, a co-editor of Inside Higher Ed.  "They bring extensive experience and valuable expertise to the THIS WEEK newscast.   Jinny is a talented and well-respected producer, and Casey a skilled and knowledgeable moderator."

"It's a great honor and great opportunity for us to collaborate with Inside Higher Ed on the launch of THIS WEEK." said Jinny Goldstein, the executive producer of the THIS WEEK newscast.  "Too, we are very appreciative of the generous support from the six inaugural sponsors of THIS WEEK: ACT, Barnes & Noble College, Intel Corporation, Lumina Foundation, Oracle, and 2U."

ABOUT INSIDE HIGHER ED.  Inside Higher Ed is the definitive online source for news, opinion and jobs for all of higher education. Whether you're an adjunct or a vice president, a grad student or an eminence grise, Inside Higher Ed has what you need to thrive in your job or find a better one: breaking news and feature stories, provocative daily commentary, areas for comment on every article, a diverse array of blogs from practitioners and thought leaders, practical career columns, and a powerful suite of tools to help higher education professionals get jobs and colleges identify and hire employees.

ABOUT G2 Education. Co-founded by Jinny Goldstein and Casey Green, G2 Education advises companies, colleges and universities, foundations and government agencies on the production and distribution of media and site-based programs covering education technology news, policy issues, products and services.

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