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Brooks and Coleman explain their reasons for a trip to Denmark to investigate effect of the world's two largest offshore wind farms on areas much like Cape Cod

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reater Boston is WGBH's nightly local program that examines the region's top news and newsmakers and airs Monday through Friday at 7:00 PM on WGBH 2 and at midnight on WGBH 44.

Friday's show, "Beat The Press", interviewed capecodtoday.com publisher Walter Brooks and correspondent Jack Coleman about the five part series which Coleman just completed for this online newspaper.

Coleman was sent to Denmark last week by CapeCodToday to investigate the effects of the world's two largest offshore wind farm in vacation areas much like Cape Cod. Mr. Coleman's series was carried by some of New England's largest daily newspapers including the Patriot Ledger, the Berkshire Eagle.

$1 Billion Dollar Project

No Cape Cod media other than this one carried Coleman's five dispatches from Denmark despite the fact the proposed Cape Wind farm is scheduled to be a nearly $1 billion dollar project and the most controversial issue to face Cape Cod in two generations.

Hosted by Emily Rooney, Greater Boston combines feature reports and in-studio interviews, providing a fresh approach to and in-depth analysis of timely news, politics, and public affairs issues of local interest.

Beat the Press is Greater Boston's weekly look at media issues and coverage. Guests include Greater Boston's John Carroll, television producer Callie Crossley, and Mark Jurkowitz of the Boston Globe.

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Read Jack Coleman's five part series.

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