Rosemary Armao

9/18/17 Panel

Sep 18, 2017

 The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are Investigative Journalist Rosemary Armao, Communications Consultant Theresa Bourgeois and Political Consultant, Libby Post.

9/12/17 Panel

Sep 12, 2017

  The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are: Investigative Journalist Rosemary Armao, Times Union Associate Editor Mike Spain and the Empire Report’s J.P. Miller.

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Eric Korenman

Today's Panel is a special send-off event for Rosemary Armao.

In this two-hour broadcast live from The Linda, Alan Chartock, Joe Donahue, and Rosemary are joined in the first hour by Mike Spain, Libby Post, and Ira Fusfeld, and in the second hour by Rich Honen, Barbara Smith, and Theresa Bourgeois. 

4/24/17 Panel

Apr 24, 2017

   The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Director of the Journalism Program at the University at Albany Rosemary Armao, political consultant and lobbyist, Libby Post, and Counter-Terrorism Expert Malcolm Nance.

4/12/17 Panel

Apr 12, 2017

     The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Director of the Journalism Program at the University at Albany Rosemary Armao, and corporate attorney, Rich Honen.

Today we announced WAMC's longtime Roundtable panelist and friend, Rosemary Armao, will be moving abroad to work with Eastern European and Arabic reporters on investigations of crime and corruption. She describes her new opportunity and the motivation behind her decision to take on this endeavor here:

Dear WAMC listeners,
I have an opportunity to work as an investigative editor with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. That's a non-profit news agency that investigates money laundering, bribery, conflict of interest and corruption at top levels of government. I will be working in Bosnia, Jordan, maybe Africa, and wherever else assigned.

Honestly the election of Donald Trump, his mixing of business and government affairs, and his denigration of the press have all reminded me how important this cross border work by brave journalists is. And while I love UAlbany students and you all here, this seems a time not to be teaching and talking but to be doing. I can't think of a better way to end my career.

-Rosemary Armao

WAMC's David Guistina talks with Roundtable Panelist Rosemary Armao about her experience in Washington D.C. on Saturday at the Women's March on the Capitol.

Women’s marches are happening across the country and around the globe today, one day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

One of the largest is in Washington D.C. University at Albany Journalism Professor and regular WAMC contributor Rosemary Armao made the trip and checked in from the crowds this morning.