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March 12, 2005
Media Notes And NARN Update

Tomorrow we celebrate the first anniversary of the Northern Alliance Radio Network with a special broadcast that looks back on the first year of regularly scheduled blogger radio. We expect many guests to join us to help us celebrate, including the man who got us the gig in the first place, Hugh Hewitt. Expect the unexpected, as the Fraters Libertas gang have made most of the arrangements! If you're not in the Twin Cities, you can pick up our new Internet stream from AM 1280 The Patriot.

Later in the evening, Chicago Sun-Times reporter Thomas Lipscomb -- the man who broke the story about the VVAW's assassination plans against eight US Senators and John Kerry's involvement in the meetings -- will appear on PBS tomorrow night at 7:30 PM in the New York area on WNYE-TV. If you aren't in that area, Digital Age will carry the live Internet stream. Be sure to catch his discussion with Alex Jones of the Shorenstein Center on the Press and Public Policy at Harvard on the topic, "Will The Mainstream Media Survive The Bloggers?" I plan on making sure I see it.

BUMP: To the top for the show. Don't forget to call us at 651-289-4488 to be part of the fun today -- and use your cell phone to avoid the long-distance charges!

UPDATE: We had a blast with all of our guests, which if you missed you can catch on the stream Sunday night starting at 9 PM CT. I'd especially like to thank Michelle Malkin, who appeared with us on about the shortest possible notice. Her segment was definitely a highlight!

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at March 12, 2005 11:43 AM

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