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Nevada Magazine to host weekly radio show
by Tribune Staff
Jan 09, 2013 | 15825 views | 1 1 comments | 191 191 recommendations | email to a friend | print
RENO — Nevada Magazine, the official state tourism publication for 77 years, has partnered with Reno-based Nevada Matters Media to host a weekly Nevada Magazine radio show.

"In almost four decades I have never been involved in a talk show that can do as much for Nevadans as the Nevada Magazine talk show," said Nevada Matters Media reporter and host Eddie Floyd, “which has been the goal of Nevada Matters Media ever since its beginning on KSRN when Bob Carroll was the station manager. It has always been our motto to 'enthusiastically educate, entertain and enlighten everyone everywhere,' and Nevada Magazine certainly will do all three."

Nevada Magazine publisher Janet Geary and editor Matthew B. Brown will co-host the show, which will tape live from the Reno Town Mall on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. The public is invited to attend.

The Nevada Magazine show will be heard Sundays at 6 p.m. on Fox News Radio, found on 99.1 FM in northern Nevada or online at www.991fmtalk.com, as well as various times Monday through Saturday on Renegade Radio, found on 101.3 FM in northern Nevada or online at www.renegaderadio.org.

Just as readers of Nevada Magazine have enjoyed an educational mix of history and tourism stories in print and online, that same format will carry over to the radio.

"We will keep listeners informed about what can be found in the pages of Nevada Magazine and on our website, www.NevadaMagazine.com,” Geary said. “But we also want the community to be actively involved. We envision audience members and callers telling us about their fondest Nevada memories, or maybe their favorite Nevada event or destination. We will also invite our partners in Nevada tourism to be guests on the show."

To submit ideas for the show, or to inquire about being a guest, e-mail editor@nevadamagazine.com or call 687-0602. For more information about Nevada Matters Media and a complete schedule of shows, visit www.NevadaMatters.us or call 827-8900.
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Terri Farley
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January 30, 2013
Great news!
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