If you like what we do at The Austin Chronicle, but wish you could experience it with less eyestrain, then you're going to want to check out our new half-hour show on KOOP community radio.
Launching Friday, July 26 on KOOP 91.7 FM, The Austin Chronicle Show will bring to a new medium the same expertise and attitude of our weekly print issue and daily digital offerings. It'll tell the stories behind the stories we produce and introduce the writers and editors who do that work to a new audience.
The Austin Chronicle Show will air Fridays at 3pm. Check out the first episode on July 26, featuring Chronicle editor Kim Jones discussing immigration with staff writer Mary Tuma and the wrap-up of our Crime Month programming with Arts & Culture editor Robert Faires.
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