The Newsroom The Newsroom will air at noon on the first Friday of every month and will be rebroadcast on the following Sunday at 1pm on HQR News 91.3fm. Hosted by Ben Schachtman, Managing Editor of HQR News, the program will be an opportunity for local officials and reporters — the people who make news and the people who report it — to talk about the issues that affect our community. According to host Ben Schachtman, "Our goal is to have candid, in-depth conversations about the topics that concern our listeners. It will be a chance to dig a little deeper into the news." From WHQR Public Media in Wilmington, NC. Contact us at Newsroom@whqr.org
The Newsroom

The Newsroom

From WHQR

The Newsroom will air at noon on the first Friday of every month and will be rebroadcast on the following Sunday at 1pm on HQR News 91.3fm. Hosted by Ben Schachtman, Managing Editor of HQR News, the program will be an opportunity for local officials and reporters — the people who make news and the people who report it — to talk about the issues that affect our community. According to host Ben Schachtman, "Our goal is to have candid, in-depth conversations about the topics that concern our listeners. It will be a chance to dig a little deeper into the news." From WHQR Public Media in Wilmington, NC. Contact us at Newsroom@whqr.org

Most Recent Episodes

The Newsroom: Councilman Kevin Spears, the NHCS civil suit, affordable housing

On the latest edition of our new program, The Newsroom, host and WHQR Managing Editor Benjamin Schachtman sits down with Wilmington City Councilman Kevin Spears to discuss affordable housing (or, rather, the lack of it), creating jobs, and systemic racism.

The Newsroom: Councilman Kevin Spears, the NHCS civil suit, affordable housing

The Newsroom: A special Covid-19 edition

This week, on a special edition of The Newsroom — the WHQR news team takes an hour-long look at the past, present, and future of Covid-19 in the Wilmington area.

The Newsroom: Wilmington's challenges, public-private projects, and the Northside Food Co-Op

Hosted by Ben Schachtman, Managing Editor of HQR News, the program is an opportunity for local officials and reporters — the people who make news and the people who report it — to talk about the issues that affect our community. Expect deeper dives and candid conversation.

The Newsroom: Wilmington's challenges, public-private projects, and the Northside Food Co-Op

The Newsroom: $1.25 billion foundation, reopening schools, and understanding Creekwood

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The Newsroom: $1.25 billion foundation, reopening schools, and understanding Creekwood

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