Watch The Journal on-air Thursdays at 8 pm or live stream at wbgu.org/live
Episodes also available online immediately following first airing.
The Journal #2504 - Lake Erie Advocates - Factory Farms
Concentrated animal feeding operations – also known as CAFOs – have been controversial in Ohio since the day they were proposed. Vickie Askins of Lake Erie Advocates explains how her group got its start and its concerns with this type of farming.
The Journal #2503 - Wood County Educational Service Center
Out of school learning experiences are an important part of a child’s education. Kelly Pheneger, director of Education and Outreach at WBGU-PBS, and Hannah Feffer and Lexie Stelnicki from the Community Learning Centers at the Wood County Educational Service Center, talk about various programs and activities available to children and families.
Watch the Most Recent Episodes:
May 19 - Out of School Learning
April 20 - BGSU National Center for Marriage and Family Research
April 13 - Save our Neighborhoods
March 30 - National Center for Water Quality Research
March 23 - BGSU Center for Regional Development
March 16 - Lake Erie Advocates
March 9 - Trailblazing Women in Ohio Politics
March 2 - Ohio Statehouse Updates
February 23 - Wood Co. Hospital - Robotic Knee Surgery
February 16 - BGSU In the Round
February 2 - Ohio and US Political Analysis
WBGU-PBS' flagship public affairs show is called The Journal. This show truly has stood the test of time and continues to focus on issues pertinent to Northwest and West Central Ohio. The Journal covers a wide range of important topics such as legislative, education, health and economic issues affecting our region. Steve Kendall, the voice of WBGU-PBS, serves as The Journal’s dedicated host. Steve has more than 30 years of broadcast experience that crosses various mediums including 20 years in the Toledo radio market and ample air-time on WBGU-PBS serving as an anchor of pledge programs and as the voice of many station announcements.
Host Steve Kendall