Guest-hosting Vermont Viewpoint Tuesday

Tuesday, September 6 Vermont Daily Chronicle editor Guy Page will guest-host Vermont Viewpoint 9-11 AM on WDEV AM 550 and FM 93.9.

Kevin Ellis

Listeners are invited to call 802-244-1777 and ask questions of the scheduled for tomorrow’s program:

9:05 AM – Former Vermont journalist and lobbyist Kevin Ellis, author of a recent “Conflict of Interest” blog post about being a lifelong liberal who now supports the FBI.

Brad Broyles

9:35 AM – Bradford Broyles, organizer of the Crime and Punishment panel and seminar Friday in Burlington.

10:05 AM – Cindy Tabor, Executive Director of CareNet of Central Vermont, providing services to women with unexpected pregnancies.

10:35 AM – Maggie Kerrin, Vermont Chair of New Englanders Against Sexual Exploitation, to inform Vermonters on the recent repeal of the City of Montpelier’s prostitution ordinance, and the likely legislative push to legalize prostitution statewide next year.

Page is familiar with the WDEV broadcast booth, having guest-hosted has “Common Sense Radio” at 11 AM several times. This is his first time hosting both hours of the Waterbury radio station’s morning current events and call-in program, hosted most recently by Ric Cengari and before him by Dave Gram, Mike Smith, and Mark Johnson.

“I’ve known all four hosts on a professional basis over the years and have listened to and enjoyed their work,” Page said. “I’m honored and a little blown away to be asked by station manager Steve Cormier to help out.”

At present, the plan is for Page to host one show per week until a permanent host is hired.

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  1. I’m sorry Kevin Ellis gets any time. He’s a glad-hander who butters his bread at the altar of woke-ism. I can only hope that he was deftly exposed.

    • Perhaps you are sorry he gets any time because he exposes the truth. That might be why some people complain. I find his interviews proactive and great. He has found many new ways for us to listen. That is the operative word. You don’t have to listen. That has been a consistent of WDEV. They don’t force you to listen but allow you to complain.