Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Red Maryland Radio Returns In 24 Hours

I honestly can barely contain the excitement that Red Maryland Radio is returning tomorrow night at 8 PM, broadcasting LIVE on BlogTalkRadio.

You can join myself, Greg Kline, and Mark Newgent tomorrow by logging on to and listening in online.

And just to remind you about our all-star panel of guests for tomorrow's show:

  • Mark Kilmer from the Maryland Public Policy Institute on the Maryland Budget;
  • Delegate Mike Smigiel on Martin O'Malley's Environmental Agenda;
  • Doug Gill from the Baltimore Examiner on Public Sector Unions; and,
  • Rick Snider from the Washington Examiner on the NFL Lockout.

Don't forget that Red Maryland Radio, the flagship program on the Red Maryland Network, will be coming to you every Thursday at 8 PM!

Be sure to make it appointment listening!


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The Blogging Common Team
Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

John J. Walters said...

I have to admit, I like reading the posts more than listening. It allows me to get to the meat of the issue faster and without interrupting my "productivity music." Any chance that you'll be posting transcripts at any point?

Greg Kline said...


We don't have any plans to stop doing written posts.

Having said that short of someone typing real fast as we speak transcripts are unlikely but we will see what we can do.