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Wed November 5, 2014

Your Call: What races and issues were you watching closely this election?

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell
J. Scott Applewhite/AP


On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about key races and ballot measures across the country. Along with important Senate and Gubernatorial races, citizens across the country will vote on 146 ballot initiatives affecting everything from abortion restrictions and GMO labeling to the legalization of marijuana and raising the minimum wage. What are you watching in your area? Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.


Dave Levinthal, senior political reporter Center for Public Integrity

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Fri October 24, 2014

Your Call: The midterm elections and the end of alternative weeklies?

On the October 24th edition of  Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll discuss coverage of Super PACs. Once again, the midterm elections are projected to be the most expensive in US history. We'll also discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling that allows Texas to enforce a voter-I.D. law and the unexpected closure of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. We’ll be joined by the Center for Public Integrity’s Dave Levinthal, McClatchy’s Mike Doyle and 48 hills’ Tim Redmond. Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

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Mon January 20, 2014

Today on Your Call: How should we talk about the growing divide created by the tech boom?

Protesters block a Google-employee commuter bus on Valencia Street in San Francisco bound for Mountain View, Calif.
Photo: OJ Martin: Flickr

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Mon September 30, 2013

The State of the Media: Interview with veteran Bay Area journalist Tim Redmond

Courtesy of Tim Redmond

With so many media options to choose from, some older forms are getting less attention. So how are these changes reshaping what news we read, see, and hear? In our 'State of the Media' series KALW’s Ben Trefny is exploring this idea with Bay Area media makers. Today, he spoke with Tim Redmond, who recently left the San Francisco Bay Guardian after more than three decades with the paper.

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