(Editor’s note, March 13: The broadcast described by Bill was filmed by KET. You can watch it below.)
The Eastern Kentucky University FM radio stations (WEKU) and KET combined forces to present a special interactive program discussing the issues and accomplishments of the 2013 Kentucky legislative session. I’ll be on the radio with WEKU’s Program Director John Hingsbergen for the hour-long program Tuesday morning, March 12 from 11 am ET until noon on WEKU FM stations. The 2013 Legislative Wrap program may include a number of guests depending their availability on the last day of the session.
If you missed the radio program, we filmed it. You can see it here:
Invitations have been sent to Agriculture Commissioner James Comer and Kentucky Youth Advocates Executive Director Terry Brooks. Legislative leaders have also been invited to participate.
KET’s Renee Shaw and Kentucky Public Radio’s Kenny Colston will also take part in the program, adding their assessments and analyses of the 30-day “short session” of the General Assembly.
Listeners are invited to participate in the program by sending questions or comments in advance or during the show by e-mail to WEKU (at) eku.edu or by direct message on Twitter to: @889weku