THINK OUT LOUD Comes to Bend
Posted September 23, 2008
THINK OUT LOUD, OPB's daily call-in program about all things Oregon, will record a live show the evening of Monday, October 6 to air on Wednesday, October 8 at 9am on OPB. The conversation will focus on Central Oregon’s economic ups and downs and what it means for the state’s fastest growing region.
Monday night’s live-to-tape recording will take place at the Cascades Theatrical Company, 148 NW Greenwood in Bend. Hosts Emily Harris and David Miller will take questions and comments from the live audience as well as from the THINK OUT LOUD blog. Doors open at 6:30pm and recording will begin at 7:30pm. The event is open to the public and free of charge. Seats are available on a first-come-first-seated basis.
In addition, THINK OUT LOUD will do two live shows in studio from Bend on Monday and Tuesday mornings.
For more information, visit opb.org/thinkoutloud, and check out “TOL Goes on the Road.”
Tune in to THINK OUT LOUD weekdays at 9-10am (rebroadcast at 9pm), online at opb.org/thinkoutlound and hear news reports throughout the day on OPB at www.news.opb.org.
About THINK OUT LOUD
THINK OUT LOUD is OPB’s engaging local online and daily radio broadcast that explores the issues, ideas and culture that make our region a unique and vibrant place. Listen at 9am weekdays (rebroadcast at 9pm), and always online at opb.org/thinkoutloud.
OPB is the state's most far-reaching and accessible media resource, providing free access to programming for children and adults designed to give voice to community, connect Oregon and its neighbors and illuminate a wider world. Every week, over 1.5 million people tune in to or log on to OPB's Television, Radio and Internet delivered services. As the hub of operations for the state's Emergency Broadcast and Amber Alert services, OPB serves as the backbone for the distribution of critical information to broadcasters and homes throughout Oregon. OPB is one of the largest producers and presenters of national television programming through PBS, and is also a member station of NPR, Public Radio International (PRI), and American Public Media (APM). The OPB Web site is opb.org.