June 19, 2021

American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) Launches New Special Collection of Radio Programs from Georgia Public Broadcasting, 1992-2007

From the AAPB:

The Georgia Gazette Collection consists of 102 Georgia Gazette radio programs produced by Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia from 1992-2007.

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Georgia Gazette is considered to be the longest running Georgia focused radio program in the country. Each episode focused on a variety of topics with reports from all across the state. It covered Georgia legislative issues and political events including the Georgia general assembly and elections. Common segments that were featured throughout the magazine included sports briefs, the arts calendar, fictional legal advice, and commentaries. Guests often included well-known and lesser-known Georgian writers, comedians, journalists, scholars, lawyers, artists, psychologists, and doctors. Major topics included the 1996 Olympics, teen pregnancy, race issues, and local protests.

Learn More About the Program and Collection

Direct to the The Georgia Gazette Collection via American Archive of Public Broadcasting

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