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AudioWikinews


Audio Wikinews is a Wikinews project to create audio-based Wikinews content. All Audio Wikinews recordings are freely available to copy, distribute, replay, telecast and download under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license. Traditional and online media broadcasters are encouraged to use our content.

Audio Wikinews contains two active sub-projects: News Briefs and Spoken Wikinews. Users like you are welcome to participate. See Audio Wikinews Help to get you started.


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Spoken Wikinews

Spoken Wikinews releases are verbatim recordings of Wikinews articles.

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Date Newsreader Article Listen
2013-02-24 Robin Monks European Commission warns Eurozone economy to shrink further
2013-02-21 Robin Monks Australian Governor-General visits Wagga Wagga
2013-01-31 Chris Chapman January tornadoes, severe weather in southern, midwestern US cause fatalities
2013-01-30 Chris Chapman Queen Beatrix to abdicate throne
2013-01-28 Chris Chapman Syrian refugees continue to enter Jordan as situation becomes 'critical'
2013-01-28 Chris Chapman UK economy shrinks by 0.3% in fourth quarter of 2012
2013-01-28 Chris Chapman Mumbai 2008 attack plotter sentenced to 35 years
2013-01-27 Chris Chapman British 4G mobile spectrum auction underway
2013-01-27 Chris Chapman UK government formally launches same-sex marriage legislation in Parliament
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Date Newsreader Article Listen
2012-11-16 Jimmy Carter Israel launches airstrikes against Gaza Strip, kills Hamas commander
2012-10-24 Jimmy Carter Felix Baumgartner jumps from stratosphere, breaks sound barrier
2012-09-14 Phearson ABC News yanks 20/20 investigation of Tom Cruise and Scientology
2012-09-07 Robin Monks Sandra Fluke featured speaker at Democratic National Convention
2012-08-30 Robin Monks Australia wins its first medal of the Paralympics with shooting bronze
2012-08-22 Robin Monks Pressure mounts on US Senate candidate Todd Akin to withdraw after controversial rape comments
2012-08-21 Robin Monks Greg Smith named as Australia's 2012 Paralympic Games flag-bearer
2012-08-20 Robin Monks Sydney welcomes home the Australian Olympic Team
2012-08-19 Robin Monks US Marine Corps blame deadly Morocco Osprey plane crash on pilots
2012-08-19 Robin Monks Multiple planes perform aerial spraying over greater Dallas, Texas in effort to combat mosquitoes
2012-08-18 Robin Monks News of the World Scotland editor charged with perjury, hacking
2012-08-17 Robin Monks Cities across Texas increase efforts to combat mosquitos
2012-07-28 Ryan Peteranna London Olympics organizers apologize after North Korea flag gaffe
2012-07-26 Ryan Peteranna Six die in France helicopter crash at Verdon Gorge
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Date Newsreader Article Listen
2011-12-09 Ryan Peteranna Jakarta court jails six for Java bombings
2011-12-09 Ryan Peteranna Four dead as Mexico gunmen attack ambulance
2009-06-20 Phearson Libya: Rebels edge closer to Tripoli
2011-08-17 Phearson Jersey knife attack kills six
2011-06-26 Robert Beck Nebraska's two nuclear plants near Omaha on alert
2011-06-26 Robert Beck US actor Peter Falk dies aged 83
2011-06-26 Robert Beck New York legalizes same-sex marriage
2011-06-26 Robert Beck FTC begins antitrust inquiry of Google
2011-06-08 Ryan Peteranna Trump criticizes media bias towards Obama, especially during UK state visit
2011-02-25 Aryeh Shershow Space Shuttle Discovery launches on final mission
2011-02-25 Aryeh Shershow Eleven children injured in Scottish school shooting; two teenagers detained
2011-02-24 Kevin Fields Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden
2011-02-24 Kevin Fields Pirates kill four American hostages
2011-02-24 Kevin Fields Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled amid political turmoil
2011-02-24 Kevin Fields Anti-abortion activist Bernard Nathanson dies aged 84
2011-02-22 Aryeh Shershow Egyptian man names daughter 'Facebook'
2011-02-22 Kevin Fields Magnitude 6.3 earthquake hits New Zealand's South Island; deaths confirmed
2011-02-22 Kevin Fields Libya blocks access to Internet
2011-02-21 Kevin Fields Music duo The Bellamy Brothers accuse Britney Spears of plagiarism
2011-02-21 Kevin Fields Ten children killed in Estonian orphanage fire
2011-02-21 Kevin Fields NASCAR: Trevor Bayne wins the 2011 Daytona 500
2011-02-21 Kevin Fields 38 killed in attack on Afghani bank
2011-02-19 Ryan Peteranna Kuwait stateless protest for rights
2011-02-18 Kevin Fields Australian town to change name to promote road safety
2011-02-18 Kevin Fields 2011 BRIT Awards highlights
2011-02-18 Kevin Fields Yale University builds world's first anti-laser
2011-02-17 Kevin Fields Egyptian military appoints committee to amend constitution
2011-02-17 Kevin Fields Fifteen receive US Presidential Medal of Freedom
2011-02-17 Kevin Fields UK inflation rate increases to 4%
2011-02-15 Kevin Fields UK Prince William picks brother Harry to be best man at royal wedding
2011-02-14 Kevin Fields NASCAR: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. earns 2011 Daytona 500 pole
2011-02-14 Kevin Fields Four found dead in Leicestershire, England
2011-02-14 Kevin Fields Canadian rapper Bad News Brown murdered in Montreal
2011-02-14 Kevin Fields Canada's social insurance assets pass $140 billion in fourth quarter



Audio Wikinews Brief

Audio Wikinews News Briefs is a weekly newscast of top stories from Wikinews.

Also available as a RSS. News Brief RSS and on iTunes

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Audio Wikinews Briefs for 2010-2012

Audio Wikinews Briefs for March 2012

Date Duration Newsreader Script by Transcript Download Listen
March 31, 2012 06m 01s Chad Tew Crtew News Brief Vorbis
March 24, 2012 05m 38s Chad Tew Crtew News Brief Vorbis
March 17, 2012 06m 14s Chad Tew Crtew News Brief Vorbis