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Radio Roundtable: The Most Important News of 2013

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Bard Cole
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This week's roundtable features a discussion of the biggest news stories from 2013.

Andrew Douglas of WMC-TV 5, Bill Dries of the Memphis Daily News, and Jackson Baker of the Memphis Flyer join host Eric Barnes, publisher of the Memphis Daily News for a discussion on the biggest news stories of 2013.  The breakdown in trust between Memphis Mayor A.C. Wharton and the Memphis City Council, the Memphis Grizzlies, the local reformation of public education with the school merger, and city projects from the Beale Street Landing to the redevelopment of Crosstown are all on the agenda. 

To hear this conversation in full, check the Behind the Headlines video page, or tune-in to Behind the Headlines, Friday evenings at 7 on WKNO-TV 10

My mother introduced me to WKNO-FM and public radio long before I can remember. I suppose the first thing I really recall about WKNO-FM is that every afternoon, when my mother picked me up from school, the radio was tuned-in to The World, then All Things Considered, probably beginning around age 8. The way these reporters and hosts took you from the comfort of your mom's van to wherever in the world they were reporting from absolutely fascinated me. From then on, I was officially hooked.
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