October 08, 2009 15:39 ET

Radio Magazine, TOWN HALL Journal, Now in Its Fifth Week on 89.3 FM KPCC

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - October 8, 2009) - TOWN HALL Los Angeles' weekly radio magazine "TOWN HALL Journal" is now in its fifth week on 89.3 FM KPCC - Southern California Public Radio - airing Sunday evenings at 9:00 PM. An informative half-hour news magazine, "TOWN HALL Journal" takes an in-depth look into issues important to Angelenos. Hosted by veteran ABC News Correspondent, Judy Muller, the show draws upon TOWN HALL's speakers, both past and present.

Listener comments have been favorable. "Town Hall Los Angeles and KPCC together, Wow! My two favorite places to get in-depth information from people who understand and promote thoughtful discourse." And, "I have heard great things about Town Hall Los Angeles, and, having never been to one of their events, I greatly enjoyed having the opportunity to listen to this program. Judy Muller did a great job of covering this topic in a balanced way!"

Upcoming TOWN HALL Journal episodes are on October 11, "Creating a Healthy City: The San Francisco Model for Health Care Reform" featuring Gavin Newsom, Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco; October 18, "Hand Washing, Not Hand-Wringing: Preparing for H1N1"; October 25, "Banking Bounces Back? Revisiting the Economic Crisis."

The "Journal" enhances TOWN HALL's events by further investigating the critical issues facing Los Angeles -- a city often called the Ellis Island of the 21st century. Host Judy Muller brings her independent eye to exploring the city's accelerating transformation. The broadcast shares the best ideas of recent TOWN HALL speakers and dips into the "Vault of Speakers-Past," providing insight into the city's history.

Judy Muller, an Emmy Award-winning television correspondent and National Public Radio commentator, joined the faculty of the USC Annenberg School for Communication in August 2003. As part of ABC's "Nightline" team, she received an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots and an Emmy Award for coverage of the O.J. Simpson murder trial.

One of the Top 10 Leadership Forums in the nation, TOWN HALL Los Angeles has been a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization since 1937, supported by Angelenos, foundations and corporations who believe in open public discussion. We advocate for no side, represent no particular ideology and stand solidly in support of free speech, civility and a belief that knowledge is a priceless commodity. To learn more visit www.townhall-la.org.

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