Cape Blogs explained on local NPR stations

The Blogfather is featured on "The Point" with Mindy Todd
Walter & Julie Brooks are also guests on "Country Journal" Thursday

You can tune into WCAI, WNAN or WZAI right now  to hear about the fifty local "Cape Bloggers". 

On Monday's program the guests were Walter Brooks, Blogger and Editor of Cape Cod Today and Dan Kennedy, Visiting Assistant Professor of Journalism at Northeastern Universityand longtime Media Critic for Boston Phoenix, and these NPR station offer audios of their programs so anyone can listen whenever they wish. Turn up your sound and click here for this one. Kennedy said that this online newspaper is what all newspapers will look like in a decade.

Mindy Todd (on right)  is on weekdays at 9:30am. Her program, The Point, is a lively and informative discussion of critical issues for Cape Cod & the Islands. She welcomes your phone calls at 866-999-4626 and e-mails at: [email protected] 

The three local FM stations which carry The Point are WZAI- Brewster - 94.3, WNAN-Nantucket - 91.1 and WCAI-Woods Hole-Falmouth - 90.1.  You can listen to the discussion here

Country Journal on Channel 17 Thursday on Lower Cape

obrien200Greg O'Brien's Country Journal will air on local channel 17 in the Lower Cape with The Blogfather Walter Brooks and his daughter-in-law Julie Brooks who is President of eCape.com.

The program can be seen at 7pm tomorrow night (Thursday) in the towns of Brewster, Olreans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown.

Your show is scheduled to be shown again next week at 10 pm Monday, April 24 and 7 pm  on Thursday, April 27.

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