OLD Media Moves

New Hampshire Public Radio expanding business coverage

August 25, 2020

Posted by Chris Roush

New Hampshire Public Radio is expanding its programming to provide more news on business-related topics, reports Aytaj Ismayilova and Patricia McLaughlin of NHPR.

Ismayilova and McLaughlin report, “Weekdays during the All Things Considered broadcast, NHPR listeners will now be able to hear a one-minute update of local business news headlines, at 4:18 and 6:18 p.m. The business minute will be produced in collaboration with the New Hampshire Business Review, featuring the top local business stories each day. Established in 1978, the NH Business Review is the only statewide business newspaper in the Granite State, published biweekly. According to its website, the newspaper has ‘long been seen by readers and advertisers as the most respected source of business information, news, features and advice in the state.’

“‘More than anything in recent history, the pandemic has brought the economy top of mind to so many Granite Staters,’ said Jeff Feingold, Editor of the New Hampshire Business Review. ‘We hope our collaboration with NHPR can help keep listeners informed about those very issues that affect not only them personally, but their communities and the state as a whole.’

“Weekdays will also bring two broadcasts of the popular public media business staple, Marketplace. With new schedule changes taking place in August 2020, Marketplace will now be broadcast twice in the evenings, Monday through Thursday.”

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