Apr 07 2008

Counterpoise Reviews

Published by alyssa

Hosted by Alyssa Nobles.

A one hour talk radio show reflecting the mission statement of the publication Counterpoise and the CMC by promoting alternative media, combating the bias and censorship engaged in by the mainstream media corporations. The show generally consists of news features from our print magazine, but also reviews of current media such as films, music, and books‚ some of them written by volunteers at Counterpoise, some of them from the magazine. We deal with media that provides an alternative perspective, and a socially conscious humanitarian agenda. The show also occasionally features interviews with the producers of said media – musicians, authors, etc.

Airs: Fridays at 12pm, Saturdays at 5am and 12pm.

Contact: editor@counterpoise.info.

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Counterpoise Reviews”

  1. gcon 01 Feb 2016 at 12:08 pm

    i clickd on counterpoise and got a chinese site

  2. edon 06 Feb 2016 at 10:42 am

    Hi, thanks for the note. We’ve updated the program’s page to remove the link.

  3. James R Porteron 15 Sep 2017 at 5:55 pm

    I clicked on counterpoise on 9/15/17 and got a foreign-language site that was about diet.

  4. Tammie Imelon 31 Aug 2020 at 9:59 am

    I am setting up radio interviews with the Dave Jenkins, the President of the National Conservation organization: Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship (CRS). Mr. Jenkins is available by request to discuss how climate change is a major concern in Florida and the need for action. Scientists say climate change is causing heavier rains, stronger hurricanes, and rising sea levels. Heat and humidity also play a role. Scientists predict that Florida will see more than 120 days in a calendar year where the heat index exceeds 105 degrees Fahrenheit. These effects are threatening the state’s drinking water supplies, agriculture, real estate values, the local economy, tourism, and the lifestyles of Floridians.

    • What is climate change and how it impacts the state of Florida.
    • Why climate change demands a bipartisan solution
    • The negative impact of pollution and its harmful effects during a global pandemic.
    • Why conservationists support market-based climate solutions, and how these solutions work.
    • How these climate solutions will make a positive impact on Florida businesses and all Floridians across the state.
    Let me know if you’re interested in doing an interview and I can set something up. Days and times are flexible.

    Kind regards,
    Tammie Imel
    216-346-1103 (cell)