Kingston, NY – Frank Falatyn is a businessman looking for a way to expand his company's client base. He's also a man interested in helping his state grow a new industry in a tough economic client. What he is not, he says, is a politician. But he's learning.
Albany, NY – Alan speaks with Congressman Arcuri about the issues surrounding the construction of a power line that would run from upstate New York to New York City. NYRI's proposal of creating this power line that will serve the growing power needs in New York City, have upset many upstate New York residents.
Albany, NY – Julia speaks with author and professor of history at Gettysburg College about his new book, "Lincoln and Douglas". Guelzo gas written several books about President Lincoln, and this one explores the legendary Lincoln- Douglas presidential debates.
Albany, NY – Julia Taylor speaks with Eve Ensler about her work with the Vagina Monologues and V-Day. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Vagina Monologues, which started as a one woman show in New York City that Ensler performed. She will now be touring for the next few months to promote the V-Day campaign.
Binghamton, NY – Starting next month, anyone with a laptop, handheld computer, or other mobile device will be able to get free unlimited internet access in downtown Binghamton. WAMC's Sarah LaDuke has more...
Albany, NY – (Airs: 2/15/08 and 2/16/08) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: State leaders make a deal to continue horse racing in new york, President Bush's budget would cut health care funding by billions of dollars upstate, and Environmental groups are concerned about the Governor's proposal to divert money from the Environmental Protection fund.
Albany, NY – (AIRS: 2/17/08 & 2/18/08) WAMC's Alan Chartock, Times Union Editor Rex Smith and WTEN Anchor Elisa Streeter discuss David Shuster saying Chelsea Clinton was "pimped out", whether public radio revenue is challenged by podcasts, your letters and much more.