News Release - 21 July 2005
Lowman Henry to Host Talk Show on
Weekly program debuts on August 6th
Talk radio in Pennsylvania gets a new voice on August 6th with the
debut of The Lowman Henry Show on WHYL-AM 960 based in Carlisle.
Lowman Henry, Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Public
Opinion Research, Inc., a Harrisburg-based educational foundation, will
host the program which will air live every Saturday from 8:00 A.M. until
10:00 A.M. on 960WHYL "The Talk Station."
This is not the first venture into broadcasting for the Lincoln Institute.
The organization produces and syndicates Lincoln Radio Journal, a weekly
half-hour public affairs program this is aired by over 80 stations around
Pennsylvania. Lincoln Radio Journal recently celebrated its tenth anniversary
of providing quality public affairs programming to Pennsylvania radio
"I am excited about the opportunity to host a live talk show on
WHYL," said Henry. "We will have many of the same top quality
guests we have on Lincoln Radio Journal participate in the talk show,
but the new program gives us the opportunity to get immediate feedback
and participation from our listeners."
960WHYL can be heard throughout south-central Pennsylvania, but the
station will soon be streaming its audio live on the internet. That will
enable listeners from around the state to tune into and participate in
The Lowman Henry Show.
Henry has hosted Lincoln Radio Journal since its inception in January
of 1995. He began his broadcasting career in college at Gannon University's
WERG-FM, then worked for a number of commercial radio stations before
moving on to other endeavors.
The Lincoln Institute is a non-profit education foundation that conducts
public opinion research on a wide variety of state and national issues.
The Lincoln Institute distributes its work through a variety of forums,
including radio programs; two web sites: www.lincolninstitute.org and www.patownhall.com;
and through the syndication of two newspaper columns: Al Paschall's "Somedays" column
and Lowman Henry's "Town Hall Commentary."