Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Announcement: The Capital City Free Press returns to radio Wednesday, July 14

  Montgomery, Alabama’s premier online source for the most diverse, insightful and provocative commentary returns to the radio airwaves Wednesday, July 14.

  Capital City Free Press founder and publisher Joseph O. Patton and managing editor Josh Carples will be appearing on “First Call with Kevin Elkins,” airing 7 - 9 am on WLWI 1440 AM in Montgomery to offer analysis on the previous day’s run-off election and to preview the coming general election in Alabama. The program can be streamed live, free of charge, online: http://www.newsradio1440.com/

  A “digital roundtable” discussion with analysis of the election results will be published online following the appearance.

  Patton and Carples have appeared as election/political analysts for several talk radio programs in Montgomery and Auburn and wrote and produced the weekly satirical radio segment, “Goat Hill Gossip,” which aired on WAUD 1230 AM.

  The Capital City Free Press was launched in 2001 as a full-service online magazine, specializing in independent commentary and arts and entertainment coverage from the River Region. After a nine-month hiatus it was re-launched in blog form in October of 2009.

1 comment:

  1. I'll be listening and calling in. I LOVE YOU GUYS !!!!!!!