Local radio stations monitor fight fo...

Local radio stations monitor fight for public broadcasting funds

There are 1 comment on the Montgomery Advertiser story from Apr 27, 2011, titled Local radio stations monitor fight for public broadcasting funds. In it, Montgomery Advertiser reports that:

If you have listened to public radio during the past few weeks, you may have heard programs on national and international news, jazz, blues, classical music, cars, gardening -- and maybe a giant sigh of relief.

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Richard

Tuskegee Institute, AL

#1 Apr 27, 2011
I only listen to 90.7 WVAS

didn't know troy had a radio station

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