OMAHA – Classical 90.7 - KVNO, an Omaha radio station and broadcast service of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), has set an air date for its new business feature.
KVNO will broadcast “Omaha Business Brief” on Wednesdays, starting June 15 following the 4 p.m. “BBC World News.” An encore broadcast will air before the 7 a.m. “BBC World News” on Friday mornings.
Hosted by KVNO Senior News Correspondent Ryan Robertson, the new two-minute program will provide listeners the opportunity to gain insights on the latest business news from the people who know it best. Guests will include local bankers, attorneys, brokers and other business professionals.
“This will be a very interactive segment, so any ideas from our audience about topics they want covered are more than welcome - they're encouraged,” Robertson said.
For media requests, please contact:
Sam Petto, UNO Media Relations Coordinator
Charley Reed, UNO Associate Director of Media Relations
About Classical 90.7 - KVNO
As Omaha's premier noncommercial, educational radio station, KVNO serves and enriches the community and university through quality programming that enlightens, entertains and informs. The station is licensed to the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska, and broadcasts from the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus. KVNO provides the Omaha/Metro area and online audiences worldwide with classical music, arts information and news programming.
About the University of Nebraska at Omaha
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