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Political Rewind

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Political Rewind

Georgia Public Broadcasting

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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
Georgia has been the epicenter for the national conversation about who gets to vote and how those votes are counted. In the last few years, many changes have been made through the courts and the court of public opinion. Now, the 2020 election will be the biggest test the state has seen. Georgia Public Broadcasting political reporter Stephen Fowler walks through the ins and outs of how voting works in Georgia, highlighting the good, the bad and the complicated.
 
Each week, Mitch Leff, president of Leff & Associates Public Relations, offers his "4 Questions Journalist Spotlight, a conversation with a Georgia journalist.4QJS dives into each journalist's background, their role at their current media outlet, beats and story interests, and talks about how public relations professionals can work with them, and stories on their radar.Then it gets fun! What's the coolest thing about them? What's their favorite book/podcast, favorite local getaway, hobbies, ...
 
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On Second Thought

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On Second Thought

Georgia Public Broadcasting

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On Second Thought is a one-hour news talk show hosted by Virginia Prescott that airs at 11 a.m. Friday, 7 a.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday on Georgia Public Broadcasting. Timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia and the South — including politics, healthcare, education, music, literature and race. We bring you stories you won't hear elsewhere and voices that are often ignored. Subscribe for weekly episodes that highlight the stories and characters that are impacting the civi ...
 
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Two Way Street

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Two Way Street

Georgia Public Broadcasting

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Two Way Street is an exciting new approach to exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. While most news broadcasts provide useful summaries of the day’s news, Two Way Street's mission is to give listeners a more complete perspective on the major issues facing the state, and to seek out engaging stories about the talents and achievements of the remarkable people who give our state its unique personality.
 
“Nothing Funny about Money,” is the brainchild of hosts Matt Goren and Michael Gene Thomas from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences’ department of financial planning, housing and consumer economics at The University of Georgia. Goren is an adjunct assistant professor and Thomas is a doctoral student in the department. Our intended audience is people who find personal finance a bit scary and frustrating but still need help,” Goren said. The focus is less on money and more on quality o ...
 
"Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot" tells the story of one of the first major Civil Rights Era riots in the South. The immediate cause of the riot in Augusta, Ga. was the brutal murder of Charles Oatman, an African American teenager held by police in the county jail. During the riot, six Black men were killed by white police officers, all of them shot in the back. In a collaboration, students at the Jessye Norman School of the Arts join GPB in telling this story.
 
The coronavirus pandemic has us all asking a lot of questions: How long will I have to practice “social distancing”? Will there be a cure for COVID-19? Can I ever touch my face again? WABE health reporter Sam Whitehead and guests will try to answer those questions. He’ll talk with experts, public officials, journalists, and everyday people about how the coronavirus is affecting their lives.
 
In 1991, seven black and five white jurors convicted Troy Davis of murder in the shooting death of Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail. Davis sat on Georgia’s deathrow for 20 years. Leading up to his execution, there were mass protests. Some of Davis’ supporters included Pope Benedict XVI, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, and former Republican Congressman Bob Barr of Georiga. Their efforts to stop the execution weren’t successful. On September 21, 2011, the state of Georgia executed Tro ...
 
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Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Josephine Bennett, Director of News & Partnerships for Georgia Public Broadcasting (Radio)! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media …
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Voters are flocking to the polls on election day. David Perdue got one last shout-out from Donald Trump. Meanwhile, Gov. Kemp got a boost from Trump's former vice president. Georgians also have to decide on lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, and more.The panelists: Adrienne Jones — Political scie…
 
Monday on Political Rewind: On the eve of the primary election, Mike Pence arrives in Georgia to campaign for Gov. Brian Kemp, while Donald Trump will hold a rally for David Perdue. Other candidates in closely watched races will make their final arguments to voters today, as well. Among Republican contests, Brad Raffensperger is looking to survive …
 
Friday on Political Rewind: Today is the final day of early voting in Georgia’s primary election. More than 700,000 people already cast their ballots – a record for the state, with tens of thousands likely to vote today.Gov. Brian Kemp campaigned on his record for attracting business to Georgia. Today he will be in Savannah to announce the state ha…
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: New polling on Georgia's slate of important primary elections just days away from the end of the voting period. Plus, what is the deal with "crossover" voting?Panel:Mark Niesse – Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionDr. Amy Steigerwalt – Professor of political science, Georgia State UniversityDr. Alan Abramowitz –…
 
The latest on primary results across the nation and what they mean for Georgia's candidates less than a week a way from the Peach State's own primary.Panel: Sen. Kim Jackson – State Senator, D-Stone Mountain Edward Lindsay – Republican strategist Claire Sanders – Senior lecturer of political science and public administration at Georgia College Stat…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The latest on early voting with just a week left before the primary election. Plus, Georgia leaders react to a shooting by a white supremacist in Buffalo, N.Y. The panelists: Margaret Coker — Editor in chief, The CurrentTamar Hallerman — Senior reporter, The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionTia Mitchell — Washington reporter…
 
Monday on Political Rewind: David Gergen joins Bill Nigut to talk about political leadership and his new book. The panelists:David Gergen — Former White House communications director and author, "Hearts Touched With Fire: How Great Leaders are Made"Patricia Murphy — Columnist, The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionTimestamps0:00-Introductions1:45- Gergen…
 
Friday on Political Rewind: Former Vice President Mike Pence announced he's attending a rally for Gov. Brian Kemp on the eve of the Georgia primary. And longtime state lawmaker Mary Margaret Oliver reflects on her service in the General Assembly.Panelists:Jim Galloway — Former columnist, The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionMary Margaret Oliver — State …
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: According to a new study from the CDC, gun violence is taking record tolls on American lives. U.S. Senate Democrats lost their bid to codify the right to choice in federal law. Trump attacks three GOP governors heading to Georgia to rally for Brian Kemp.The Panel: Dr. Audrey Haynes — Political science professor, Univer…
 
The Supreme Court may overturn Roe v. Wade, but a Georgia privacy law, that's more than 100 years old, could keep abortion rights intact. Meanwhile, questions remain about if a decision to reverse Roe will affect elections. Also: David Perdue's campaign is on financial fumes.Greg Bluestein — Politics reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Leo S…
 
Panelists:Cynthia Tucker — Author, "The Southernization of America: A Story of Democracy in the Balance."Tamar Hallerman — Senior reporter, The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPulitzer Prize winner Cynthia Tucker joins Bill Nigut. She's a former columnist and Washington correspondent for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and an expert on southern politi…
 
Monday on Political Rewind: A judge ruled that Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene can remain on the ballot for reelection. The first major poll to be conducted after the leaked SCOTUS Roe opinion suggests that Republicans may face backlash in this year's elections if the ruling holds. But first, Kia's parent company announced it would open its second fact…
 
Each week, Atlanta public relations professional Mitch Leff of Leff & Associates presents his “4 Questions Journalist Spotlight,” a conversation with a Georgia journalist. This week, we talk with Ryan Dennis, News Manager for Revolt Black News! Mitch’s day job is providing public relations services, media training, and crisis communications, but he…
 
Friday on Political Rewind: Early voting turnout in the 2022 primary election is setting records across the state. Plus, Sen. Raphael Warnock joins other Democratic incumbents facing tough reelection battles. Could they push forward legislation enshrining abortion access in federal law?The panel: Dr. Amy Steigerwalt — Professor of political science…
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: The 2020 census revealed Georgia’s non-white population is growing rapidly. Now, three news organizations catering to the needs of Georgia’s minority audiences have formed the Ethnic Media Collaboration, designed to bring insightful news and information to communities of color.The panel:Kevin Riley — Editor, The Atlant…
 
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgians set a new early voting turnout record. Plus, details of the state's $1.5B Rivian deal come to light. And candidates react to a leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court suggesting Roe v. Wade will be overturned.The panel:Dr. Adrienne Jones — Professor of political science, Morehouse University Fred Smit…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: We discussed the big news in the Supreme Court, as leaked documents suggest it will overturn Roe v. Wade. Meanwhile, back in Georgia, the special grand jury that will weigh in on whether Donald Trump interfered in the 2020 elections has been seated.The Panel: Emma Hurt — Reporter, Axios AtlantaStephen Fowler — Political…
 
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