Highland Heights, KY – If two heads are better than one. Are 20 heads or even 200 heads even better than that? Martin Giesbrecht is beginning to hear suggestions from American management that this may in fact be the case:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of Economics at Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, KY – This week on Speaking Frankly we talk with NPR reporter and former All Things Considered Host, Noah Adams about his new book: THE FLYERS--IN SEARCH OF THE WILBUR AND ORVILLE WRIGHT.
Highland Heights, KY – Is NPR too liberal or too conservative? Does NPR do a story because someone is willing to underwrite it? What do listeners complain about most? You'll hear all about it from NPR's ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin.
Cincinnati, OH – Cincinnati revisits its river heritage next week as the Tall Stacks return to the city. WNKU's Jay Hanselman reports on some changes for this year and previews a couple of boats that will be in town:
For more information about the event visit Tallstacks.com.
Highland Hts, KY – Now that the new TV season is here, you may notice more and more shows advertising that they are being broadcast in high definition television or HDTV. But even though HDTV is great for fans of sports and nature shows. Pete Rightmire wonders if this great advancement in picture quality will improve the quality of the programs we watch
Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living in Edgewood, Kentucky
Highland Heights, KY – This week on Speaking Frankly, a talk with Democrat Ben Chandler and Republican Ernie Fletcher. The two men are facing each other in Kentucky's election for Governor this November
Highland Heights, KY – Some simple truths hold up very well, even in this complex world we live in. For example, if you have your health you have everything and honesty is the best policy. Martin Giesbrecht also suggests good roads make good economies:
Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of economics at Northern Kentucky University.
Frankfort, KY – We're seeing and hearing more from Kentucky's candidates for governor as the election draws nearer. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Courtney Kinney about the race: