| Happy Thanksgiving 2012
I hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving this year.
See you soon. -DeanAdd/View CommentsNH Now at SNHU
Add/View CommentsInterpretive Dance
We are beginning a series of monthly tapings of the New Hampshire Now
program at Southern New Hampshire University’s new studio. For the inaugural show, host Chris Ryan and I interview First District Congresswoman-Elect Carol Shea-Porter about her plans for the new session of Congress in January. The taped broadcast will air on WKXL
(103.9 FM, 1450 AM) on Monday morning at 10 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. We will be bringing you many more newsmakers from SNHU in the months to come.
Add/View CommentsLiveWire 2012: Extreme Weather Edition
Over the next three days, you can catch me doing political commentary and analysis for New Hampshire Public Radio. Tomorrow night, I will be focusing on both national and state-level races as part of NHPR's election night broadcast. Coverage begins here
at 7 p.m. On Wednesday and Thursday mornings, I will be both guest and guest host on the Exchange to do an in-depth postmortem of the 2012 election results. You can listen to the shows live here
at 9 a.m. (rebroadcast at 8 p.m.), or check out the podcasts later here
I will be live-blogging all three of the New Hampshire political debates for WMUR-TV on Thursday and Friday nights, November 1st
. You may recall that I participated in these LiveWire
events during the statewide primary debates in September. Just like the previous events, you’ll be able to watch the debates live over the web, while reading my real-time analysis of the proceedings on the same page. You’ll also have an opportunity to post your own comments and to submit your questions to me throughout the evening. I will also be doing a special on-air debate analysis segment in-between the two Congressional debates tomorrow night. To participate in the LiveWire chats, just go to WMUR.com
and follow the posted link as early as a half-hour before the 7 p.m. start time for each debate. I hope to see you online.