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Connecticut Stations Simulcast ‘A Conversation About Race & Justice’

Topic: Racial Issues and Equality
Posted on 6/12/2020

Connoisseur Media and Meredith Corp. partnered on a live broadcast about race and justice on June 11. “Face The State: A Conversation About Race & Justice In Connecticut” aired live on Meredith’s CBS affiliate WFSB-TV Hartford-New Haven and Connoisseur’s six radio stations in New Haven and Bridgeport: The roadblock program will air in New Haven on classic rock WPLR-FM, WYBC-FM, WEZN-FM, WEBE-FM, WICC-AM and WFOX-FM.

Participants included Governor Ned Lamont, Connecticut NAACP President Scot Esdaile, Chief of Police City of Milford, President Connecticut Police Chiefs Association Keith Mello and Assistant United States Attorney Ndidi Moses.

“This is a vital topic for our communities, and profoundly important to Connoisseur Media,” said CEO Jeff Warshaw. “We continue to commit resources to helping our society move forward to a brighter future together.”

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