Public policy program to focus on business, economic issues

The National Association of Manufacturers has expanded its public affairs radio program broadcasts of “America’s Business” to 43 additional radio stations across the nation, with plans to add more. The weekly program, hosted by broadcasting veteran Mike Hambrick, airs on Saturdays. It’s also online and at www.
By Staff September 1, 2006

The National Association of Manufacturers has expanded its public affairs radio program broadcasts of “America’s Business” to 43 additional radio stations across the nation, with plans to add more.

The weekly program, hosted by broadcasting veteran Mike Hambrick, airs on Saturdays. It’s also online and at www.nam.org/radioshow via a podcast.

“We are committed to making “’America’s Business’ a balanced public forum on the issues that confront business and the U.S. manufacturing economy,” said John Engler, president of NAM. “Our nation gains strength when we take a clear look at the challenges and opportunities faced by U.S. businesses.”

“We will cover a broad range of issues in ‘America’s Business,’ talking to factory managers, workers and policymakers from across the country,” Hambrick said. “We’ll address soaring energy prices, runaway litigation, failing schools, unaffordable health insurance and global competition. Anything and everything that shapes the way America does business will be fair game.”

A full list of the radio markets and their time slots is available at www.nam.org/radio .