Pulitzer-winner David Cay Johnston to Host

Pulitzer-winner David Cay Johnston to Host

August 6th through 10th

Tune in for 1370 Connection all week long with special guest host David Cay Johnston´╗┐. 1370 Connection airs daily, Monday through Friday, at 12 noon on AM 1370/FM-HD 91.5-2´╗┐.

This week's guests:

Monday

12 noon - Electric cars with Mike Schwabel, Mike Mosher, and David Cay Johnston´╗┐'s son, Marke, from Ocean City, NJ.

1 PM - Invisible poverty with James Norman and Tom Ferraro.

 

Tuesday

12 noon - Two Alfred University ceramics professors on materials science advances.

1 PM - Judge Karen Morris in Harry Potter and the law.

 

Wednesday

12 noon - Jim Bertolone and Don Young on state of unions in Rochester.

1PM - Beth LaPierre, former Chief Listening Officer at Kodak on companies and customers.

 

Thursday

12 noon - Finger Lakes barn houses with Tom Johnson, Mark Siweic and Amy Bach.

1 PM - James Ostrowski and client on New York's highest court and gifts to corporations case.

 

Friday

12 noon - George Hamlin of Canandaigua National Bank on community banking in an age of TBTF (Too Big to Fail) banks.

1 PM - Prof John Lampropoulos of the University of Rochester on engineering in the ancient world and mysteries still unsolved.

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David Cay Johnston's guest-hosting duties on 1370 Connection

Congratulations to David Cay Johnston on a highly-successful week of hosting of 1370 Connection. (From one of your biggest fans.)

David Cay Johnston as host

I've really enjoyed listening to David as host this week. I think he's done a great job.

Tuesday Guests

Thank you for interviewing some very intelligent guests, who happen to be female, on Tuesday's show!

Unions

Thank you for a great show today! Unions I have served and been served by are now having to downsize due to the big loss of members as a result of state budget cuts and other causes. I provided workshops on resiliency to union reps. They work incredibly hard, often working very long and grueling hours and traveling extensively (hundreds of days a year) to advocate for the workers they represent and mediating between management and workers when problems arise. The union reps. I trained advocated for the best workers possible by advocating for training, professional development and common sense management of employees that rewards talented, skilled, dedicated workers who achieve results from the work that they do.