special to the paper, Billie Rodely
OKLAHOMA CITY – Patrick B. McGuigan, editor of CapitolBeatOK, bureau chief for the Watchdog.org network and associate publisher of The City Sentinel newspaper, will participate in the weekly “Oklahoma Forum” on Sunday, September 15, 2013.
The program airs at 12:30 pm. on Oklahoma City broadcast channel 13 (14 on the Cox Cable system).
Dick Pryor of OETA’s “Oklahoma Network” is host for the segment, which will focus primarily on the special session. Other issues touched on in the program include possible litigation attacking the “certificate of merit” provisions in new lawsuit reforms, potential changes to judicial selection provisions, new government revenue reports, and other issues.
Also on the broadcast are Shawn Ashley, news director for cCapitol, and Michael Cross, state Capitol reporter for KOSU Radio.
This edition of Oklahoma Forum will be rebroadcast on cable channel OKLA (?? In the Cox system) at the following days and time: Sunday 3 p.m., 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.; Monday 4 a.m., and 4 p.m.; Tuesday 6:30 a.m.; Thursday a.m. and 2 p.m.; and next Sunday (September 22) at 4 a.m.
Oklahoma forum programs are ultimately posted at and on iTunes.
Also this weekend, McGuigan is appearing on the regularly-scheduled “Capitol Report” for News9, this week discussing a range of issues with reporter Chris McKinnon.
Note: Rodely, a veteran radio journalist and member of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame, writes occasionally for CapitolBeatOK and The City Sentinel newspaper.
Pat McGuigan on OETA’s Oklahoma Forum Sunday
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