Tune into WRVO’s Campbell Conversations Sunday to listen as Maxwell Professor Grant Reeher interviews Syracuse Media Group President Tim Kennedy
Like other newspapers, The Syracuse Post Standard has struggled in recent years, and it has made significant changes in the way it delivers the news and tries to interact with the public. In this edition of the Campbell Conversations, host Grant Reeher talks with Syracuse Media Group President Tim Kennedy, the person now in charge of navigating its course. Find out why he sees a bright future of opportunities for the company, despite the hits the paper has taken.
Sub-Saharan Africa is a big waterfront to cover—about 50 countries, with great diversity—but this edition of the Campbell Conversations attempts to cover it. Host Grant Reeher speaks with Hobart and William Smith political science professor Kevin Dunn, who has written numerous books on the region. They explore recent trends, common misperceptions, American foreign policy, and the increasing influence of China.
Every week Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University, leads a conversation with a notable guest. Guests include people from central New York – writers, politicians, activists, public officials, and business professionals whose work affects the public life of the community – as well as nationally-prominent figures visiting the region to talk about their work.
The Campbell Conversations are longer interviews which encourage the character of the interviewee to be exposed. This allows you to learn more about the person, how they got to where they are, and where they plan to go. Grant attempts to go beyond the usual press conference questions and sound bites, which usually accompany a discussion about his guests.
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Support for the The Campbell Conversations series on WRVO is provided by The Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship.