Anchor Rising Readers Poll: Favorite Political Roundtable Show

NB: THIS POLL CLOSED 6/26/2012
The second question in our Readers Poll deals with favorite Political Roundtable Show* (TV & Radio). The requirements for being put on this list were: 1) Had to be a show based in Rhode Island (so no Boston-based shows); 2) Had to focus primarily on news and political analysis with multiple viewpoints represented.
So without further ado, here are the choices (listed alphabetically):

What is your favorite political roundtable show?
  
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*Note that RI Public Radio’s political roundtable show is actually called Political Roundtable. Clever marketing!
Here is the schedule of polls:
Tuesday, June 19th (today) – Favorite Radio Political Talk Show
Wednesday, June 20th – Favorite Political Roundtable Show
Thursday, June 21st – Favorite Local Electronic Media News Team
Friday, June 22nd – Favorite Local Media Investigative Team
Saturday, June 23rd – Favorite Radio News and Info Talk Show
All polls will be closed by next Tuesday, June 26th (yes, that means unequal polling time length, but live with it!).
ADDENDUM: Most of the above media organizations do a terrible job of highlighting these shows on their websites and often don’t even point to the shows even if they have a “Politics” category listed (WSBE did provide a link to their schedule where you can easily find the show). Of course, you sure can find the weather!

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bob lamarre
bob lamarre
9 years ago

I am introducing to everyone, a very popular independent candidate for president of the great USA.Her name is “JILL REED” you can know all you want to about her, and what she represents at trackjill.com & tvp2012.org. I hope your interest is as great as mine is.if it is you can contact me at (401- 767-3137).

Patrick
Patrick
9 years ago

Thanks Bob, check back in and let us know how that works out for ya.

Monique
Monique(@monique-chartier)
Editor
9 years ago

“Most of the above media organizations do a terrible job of highlighting these shows on their websites and often don’t even point to the shows even if they have a “Politics” category listed ”
YES. Been like that for years. It’s the most inexplicable thing. We have a great product but we don’t want you to find it on our website.

Warrington Faust
Warrington Faust
9 years ago

I wish I was astounded that Buddy Cianci, “The Prince of Providence”, has a radio show. What was he doing when he was still on “work release”?

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