Sick and Dying Nuclear Weapons Workers’ Controversy Reported in the Rocky Mountain News will be the Subject of KBDI’s ‘Studio 12’ on July 30
Release Date: 07/23/08
Author: M Simmons
DENVER – (July 23, 2008) – The challenges of uncompensated sick and dying nuclear weapons workers and their families will be the subject of “Studio 12” on Wednesday, July 30 at 8 p.m. on KBDI Channel 12.
The Rocky Mountain News’ recent special report, “Deadly Denial,” will be the subject of the weekly call-in program with Studio 12 host Tamara Banks, Rocky Mountain News reporter Laura Frank and special guests.
A tape of the show will be available July 28 on KBDI’s website, www.kbdi.org.
Each week “Studio 12” explores hot issues and fascinating topics with provocative and knowledgeable guests. “Studio 12” is the only primetime television show in Colorado that encourages viewers at home to call in and join the discussion.
KBDI has set itself apart with carriage of an unparalleled amount of local public affairs programming. KBDI "community voice" programming engages viewers in community-based discussions of state, national and global issues. KBDI delivers three digital channels: its flagship KBDI broadcast station with a strong mix of local, national and international programming; The Documentary Channel, featuring the works of independent filmmakers; and MHz Worldview, a channel providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally minded audience.