Debut episode of The Maine Monitor Radio Hour airs on WERU

The show offers a behind-the-scenes look at our recent reporting on the “yellow flag” law, assisted living facilities, storm damage and more.
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The radio show airs live on WERU 89.8 FM the first Thursday of every month.

The Maine Monitor Radio Hour is a new monthly program in which reporters and editors from The Maine Monitor join WERU host Amy Browne for a discussion about the newsroom’s recent reporting.

This month, Browne was joined by editor Kate Cough, deputy editor Stephanie McFeeters and public health reporter Rose Lundy.

The trio talked about assisted living facilities, Maine’s “yellow flag” law, the lack of attorneys for families dealing with the child welfare system, climate change and some of the issues facing the coast after the recent storms.

Listen to episode 1 and tune in to WERU 89.9 FM the first Thursday of every month at 4 p.m. to listen live.

In June, we’ll be talking about our new reporting as well as the upcoming elections. If you have questions or comments about the state primaries, fill out this form by Wednesday, May 29. Let us know your first name and where you’re from, and we’ll consider taking up your question on the show.


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The Maine Monitor is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news service of the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting. Our team of investigative journalists use data- and document-based reporting to produce stories that have an impact.
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