Prop. 2 on the Radio

Chronicle news editor and Stop Domain Subsidies founder to debate on KOOP

Prop. 2 on the Radio

If you still haven't decided on which side you fall on Proposition 2, perhaps the following might help. Press release from KOOP radio:

91.7FM KOOP Radio Airs Both Sides of the Controversial Austin Issue: Proposition 2!

What: David Kobierowski, host of 91.7FM KOOP Radio's A Neighborly Conversation interviews Michael King, News Editor, Austin Chronicle and Brian Rodgers, Founder Stop Domain Subsidies as they go head-to-head on the issues of Proposition 2!

When: Wed., Oct. 29th, 12:00noon-1:00pm

Where: 91.7FM KOOP Radio on your FM dial or stream our show live and free at between 12:00noon-1:00pm, Wed., Oct. 29th.

Don't miss this controversial discussion from both sides of Proposition 2!

Prop 2 is on our Nov. 4th ballot for City of Austin residents. Be sure to vote!!

A Neighborly Conversation airs every Wednesday, 12:00noon-1:00pm on 91.7FM KOOP Radio and streams live at Our weekly show focuses on issues important to the citizens of Austin and our community. We typically report stories not covered in the mass media. Often we're the 1st to cover local stories! Hear it first on 91.7FM KOOP Radio!!

Best, David Kobierowski 91.7FM KOOP Radio

Winner: Best Radio/Talk News Host '08 by Austin Chronicle

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