AFM News Hour: Thursday Edition

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The Asheville FM News Hour features news, commentary and interviews regarding the issues affecting people in Asheville and WNC. We're proud to include headlines by The Asheville Blade, the Wild Gardener segment with Peter Loewer, and the CalCast from The Mountain Xpress, featuring "Echoes," written by Sean Smith, performed by Liberated State.

Tune in Thursdays at 7pm for lively discussions with news makers, non-profits and everyday folks.

Our news team includes: Scott Owen, TJ Amos, Geronimo Owen, David Forbes, Emily Curran, Trevon Dunn, Gerry Leonard, Emma Hutchens, Rachel Herman, Keith Fletcher, Andrew Rainey, and Whitman Bolles. Logo courtesy of Nathanael Roney.

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AFM News Hour: Thursday Edition's Blog

Sep. 29 2016

On tonight’s edition of the AFM News Hour….
The weekend CalCast brought to you by Asheville FM and the Mountain Xpress,
Yvonne Cook Riley joins us to talk about the Blue Ridge Pride Fest,
Chris Smith of Sow True Seed on the Garlic Festival this weekend and
David Forbes of the Asheville Blade in the studio with a report back on this week’s city council meeting.

Jul. 14 2016

The weekend CalCast brought to you by the AFM News team and the Mountain Xpress. We speak with Mt. True about recent legislation regarding Coal Ash in North Carolina. Ivy Hill of the Campaign for Southern Equality talks about an upcoming Trans Job Fair and Employment Clinic. Kim Roney and Peter Loewer bring you the 100th episode of the Wild Gardener, Information about this weekend’s Big Crafty downtown art festival and you’ll hear from a touring artist towing a giant, interactive, american flag art project.

Tune in 7-8pm on Asheville FM!

Jul. 3 2016

The AFM News Team is seeking new volunteers!

Some of the roles on the news team are:

-Editing the script and writing headlines
-Reporting- conducting interviews, covering local events and meetings
-Producing- operating the sound board during the live show (this requires station training), editing pre-recorded segments

No experience is required, everything can be learned and it's okay to try one thing at a time.

If you're interested in having your own show on Asheville FM, the News Team is a great way to get some volunteer hours while learning how to use the station equipment.

Interested?! Email News_Director@ashevillefm.org

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