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May 29, 2012

Soundboard 5-25-2012 - Charlottesville's news straight from the source

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Soundboard: Charlottesville's news straight from the source

A collaborative local news radio program by WTJU 91.1 FM, Charlottesville Tomorrow, and C-Ville Weekly.

Each Friday from 4-5 PM, tune in to hear area journalists and guests discuss local news, culture, and community issues in the Charlottesville area. Whether we're talking about city politics, scientific innovations, or the local music scene, you'll get to hear in-depth discussion about stories that matter.

Soundboard is co-hosted by WTJU's Lewis Reining and Charlottesville Tomorrow's Jennifer Marley.

Podcasts may be downloaded from this website, via RSS, and via Charlottesville Tomorrow on iTunes.

Listen using player above or download the podcast: Download 20120525-Soundboard 

The May 25 show features contributors Graelyn Brashear & Laura Ingles (from C-Ville Weekly) and Sean Tubbs (Charlottesville Tomorrow) discussing: 

  • update on the sale of Media General’s newspapers, which includes The Daily Progress
  • a free natural history museum opens in Nelson County
  • a new study will look at ways to change the Charlottesville transit service
  • the owner of ACAC is suing over a planned YMCA facility in McIntire Park
  • local web-based company Silverchair Holdings sells off one of their subsidaries
  • guest Erica Lloyd, the coordinator for I Have a Dream Charlottesville
  • guest Brevy Cannon from the Market District Alliance to talk about the City Market’s search for a permanent home
  • guest UVA music professor Judith Shatin drops by to discuss her film, “Rotunda, A Living Portrait”

Soundboard is produced by Robert Packard and Nathan Moore. We hope you enjoy it, and we look forward to your feedback!





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