Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- Tuesday Morning Interview - Tuesday, Nov. 24, 8:30 AM - Alan Journet of Southern Oregon Climate Action Now will be the guest for the KSKQ Tuesday Morning interview to discuss the upcoming Climate Action: Road to Paris.
- Brain Labor Report - Wednesday, Nov. 25th, 9 AM - We'll have economist Gerald Friedman join us for the Thanksgiving Eve edition of the Brain Labor Report radio show. The live show broadcasts at 9am PDT and can be heard at 89.5 FM in the Rogue Valley, streams at www.kskq.org Listeners will hear about the economics of health care as we discuss the Single Payer campaign in general. We'll discuss the 2015 SP Strategy Conference in Chicago held a month ago. We'll hear about the new health care documentary film FIX IT which is a must see for business all across the country.
- Whistling in the Dark - Thursday, Nov. 26th, 7 PM - Tune in for our special Thanksgiving edition.
Gary Einhorn is an Ashland business consultant. How does one get to be a business consultant? Well, Gary has learned the business of business from the ground up. He's founded, owned and managed a number of businesses in the course of thirty-five years as an entrepreneur. That's a lot of experience. He uses that accumulated knowledge to help other entrepreneurs (established and thinking about it) with business advice and through peer discussion groups. KSKQ itself has benefited from Gary's insight.
Your Entrepreneurial Ear takes that concept of advice and coaching to the airwaves. Once a month, Gary interviews a Rogue Valley entrepreneur, giving them a forum to tell their story, probing with questions and focusing on what it takes to make it as a business in the Valley. It's a unique show, not available elsewhere. Tune in every second Wednesday at 3 pm.
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