David Goldstein Featured at Progressive Radio Northwest Community Forum, Tuesday, October 29
Progressive Radio Northwest (PRNW) invites you to join American blogger and former Seattle talk radio host David Goldstein on Tuesday, October 29, for the second in our series of monthly get-togethers to meet, mingle and discuss issues central to our mission of bringing progressive radio back to the region. Goldstein addresses the question of “What’s the Way Forward for Progressive Talk?”
The Forum begins at Seattle’s Montlake Branch Library at 6:30 pm and then moves to the Montlake Ale House at 7:45 pm for those wanting to continue the Meet & Mingle.
Tuesday, October 29, 6:30 to 7:45 pm
Montlake Branch Library, 2401 24th Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98112, (206) 684-4720
Accessible building; Limited parking lot/Ample street parking; Served by Metro Bus Routes: 25, 43, 48
Montlake Ale House from 8:00 pm; 2307 24th Ave E; Seattle, WA 9811; (206) 726-5968; Accessible building
RSVP by Friday, October 25 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Speaker
David Goldstein is an American blogger and former talk radio host in Seattle, Washington. From 2006 to 2008, he hosted The David Goldstein Show on Saturdays and Sundays on710 KIRO.
We hope to see you!
The Progressive Radio Northwest Team
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And we’re delighted to share the terrific news from our friends from Blue Oregon about Carl Wolfson’s return to the Portland airwaves:
When Clear Channel killed KPOJ‘s progressive talk radio, thousands of Oregonians lost access to a lot of great progressive talk. People pulled together and built the Save KPOJ movement and helped Carl Wolfson back behind the mic, with an internet radio show.
Now, it’s time to take this to the next level. Progressive talk radio is coming to the FM dial in Portland: KXRY — to be known as XRAY.¬FM will be a combination of progressive talk radio and music from the Northwest. It’s a local, not-for-profit radio station.
Soon Portland Area residents willl be able to hear Carl Wolfson and Thom Hartmann on their FM dial. Before that happens, XRAY.-FM will soon be available online, so everyone in Oregon will be able to enjoy this new progressive radio station.
Progressive talk radio is coming back!