Monday, June 14, 2010

The Wandering Eye Takes to the Air

Posted By on Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 6:27 PM

You can catch The Wandering Eye (aka me) along with Barney Lerten of KTVZ and Jamie Christman, co-host of COTV’s “Talk of the Town” show, in an hour-long panel discussion on KPOV at 5 pm Friday, June 18. Tune to 106.7 on your FM dial or listen to streaming audio at kpov.org.

It was an interesting and sometimes lively discussion touching on a wide range of topics, including the general performance of the local news outlets and how they covered the Bend real estate bubble and bust. The Bulletin was invited to participate but declined, for unspecified reasons. Maybe they’re just bashful.


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