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3:08 am
Thu February 8, 2007

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Albany , NY – TO: Program Directors
FROM: WAMC, Albany, NY
RE: 51 PERCENT program rundown
DT: FRIDAY, February 9th, 2007

STATIONS: This week's show is 917 Listeners can
purchase a cassette copy by calling 1-800-323-9262.
There is a :30 promo at the end of the program.
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On this week's program:
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2:48 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Word For The Wise #3174

Albany, NY – Word For The Wise #3174--02/08/07: All the news on mews

WAMC New York News
1:50 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Three states look to bump up broadband

Great Barrington, MA – With access to high-speed internet shifting from a luxury to a business necessity, government is beginning to champion the expansion of broadband technology. Vermont governor Jim Douglass has plans for broadband development in that state; and officials in New York and Massachusetts are pondering the issue as well. Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has this report;

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WAMC New York News
11:21 am
Wed February 7, 2007

Glens Falls Child Saved By Defibrillator

Albany, NY – An incident last week in Glens Falls is the 51st in which an on-site defibrillator was used to save a life on school grounds in New York. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports.

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The Roundtable
10:06 am
Wed February 7, 2007

Roundtable interview with Dr. Julian Bond 1/22/07

Albany, NY – Dr. Julian Bond is a civil rights activist and the chairman of the NAACP. Dr. Bond has been active in the civil rights movement since he was a college student leading sit-ins in Atlanta in 1960. He served as the Southern Poverty Law Center's first president in 1971 and continues to serve on its board of directors today. He also spent 20 years in the Georgia General Assembly where he organized the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus. Since 1998, Dr. Julian Bond has served as the chairman of the NAACP.

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The Roundtable
4:48 am
Wed February 7, 2007

Roundtable Retrospective of Shirley Chisholm 1/19/07

Albany, NY – Shirley Chisholm was the first African American women elected to Congress. We look back on her life and legacy.

Guests include:

Barbara Winslow is an historian and associate professor at Brooklyn College, where she teaches in the School of Education and the Women's Studies Program. This fall she spoke at the Researching New York conference about Shirley Chisholm, who graduated from Brooklyn College.

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WAMC New York News
4:27 am
Wed February 7, 2007

Quebec International Relations Minister Visits Plattsburgh State

Plattsburgh, NY – Plattsburgh State hosted Quebec's Minister of International Relations earlier this week for the college's annual Distinguished Quebec Address. The college also announced a new course of study through its Center for the Study of Canada. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.

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WAMC New York News
4:21 am
Wed February 7, 2007

The State of (and Civility of) Saratoga

Albany, NY – Saratoga Springs Mayor Valerie Keehn's State of the City address advocated for fiscal responsibility and for civility on the City Council. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports.

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2:47 am
Wed February 7, 2007

Word For The Wise #3173

Albany, NY – Word For The Wise #3173--02/07/07: Main Street in beautiful, downtown Utopia

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