Friday, March 20, 2009

HPR to Launch Energy-Related Weekly Show in July

We don't often "break" news here, but this is one of those times: Hawaii Public Radio is developing a weekly “live” one-hour program that will focus on energy-related issues in the Aloha State. We’ll host the show.

Topics will range from renewable energy development, utility regulatory issues, energy policy initiatives, climate change implications for Hawaii, the next generation’s views on these subjects and many others.

The format will include in-studio guests on the show’s weekly topic, a listener call-in segment, current energy-related news and more. The show's launch date is Monday, July 6; it will be aired “live" from 5 to 6 p.m. each Monday on KIPO-FM, 89.3.

Hawaii Public Radio streams is programming “live” on the Internet, so the show’s potential audience is in the billions. For starters, we’ll be happy if you pass the word to a few of your friends.

1 comment:

TurnOn said...

Way to go, Doug! Looking forward to hearing the show!