Kent Adams, co-owner and executive producer, points to the popularity of 'House to Home,' on TV for many years, as an example of a proven subject. The program, hosted by landscape architect and veteran home improvement project host, Clyde Haase, kicked off with live programs from the recent home shows.

"Our new inventory will welcome, and welcome back, two local business women to the air," says Adams. "We're so pleased to have local veteran TV & radio anchor Debra Wilde, owner of Wilde Voices, host 'Wilde about Pets' and Stephanie Regalado-Hertel, Spokane Woman magazine editor, as host of 'SheSays,' adds Adams. "

In addition to these programs, the Saturday morning line up will include 'Sheriff’s Report,' with Spokane County Sheriff, Ozzie Knezovich. This program, already on the air for three years, will continue in its current timeslot (12:30pm) but with increased production values and sponsor messages.

The sixth and final reason will be 'CommunityTalks,' a weekly half-hour moderated 'open mic' for area nonprofit and community organizations seeking to connect with a wider audience. This program will premiere in mid-May. " />
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Six Reasons to Listen to Spokane Radio on the Weekend

— KTW-AM630 delivers six reasons to listen to Spokane radio on the weekend. The reasons are new Saturday morning programs: Community Talks (8:00am), BusinessTalks (10am), House to Home (10:30am), Wilde about Pets (11am), SheSays (11:30am) and Sheriff's Report (12:30pm) - all produced by Spokane-based Half Round Productions LLC.

"Following the immediate and overwhelming success of our first program, Business Talks (which debuted January 9th), we looked for additional program topics that would be of interest to area listeners," says Tom McArthur, co-owner and executive producer. "Launching programs that deal with home improvement, pets, women's issues and a place for non-profits to tell their stories, just makes sense and penciled out well."

Kent Adams, co-owner and executive producer, points to the popularity of 'House to Home,' on TV for many years, as an example of a proven subject. The program, hosted by landscape architect and veteran home improvement project host, Clyde Haase, kicked off with live programs from the recent home shows.

"Our new inventory will welcome, and welcome back, two local business women to the air," says Adams. "We're so pleased to have local veteran TV & radio anchor Debra Wilde, owner of Wilde Voices, host 'Wilde about Pets' and Stephanie Regalado-Hertel, Spokane Woman magazine editor, as host of 'SheSays,' adds Adams. "

In addition to these programs, the Saturday morning line up will include 'Sheriff’s Report,' with Spokane County Sheriff, Ozzie Knezovich. This program, already on the air for three years, will continue in its current timeslot (12:30pm) but with increased production values and sponsor messages.

The sixth and final reason will be 'CommunityTalks,' a weekly half-hour moderated 'open mic' for area nonprofit and community organizations seeking to connect with a wider audience. This program will premiere in mid-May.

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