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Prime Time Focus aims to educate, inform, and provide gems for thought. On one day host Alyne Ellis talks with guests about Viagra and the new lifestyle drugs, and, on another day, the topic is gossip journalism or animal-to-human transplants. Listeners meet sports greats, authors, and movie stars from yesteryear, as well as policymakers talking about the most pressing issues of the day. Listen to a sample now!
We welcome NPR veteran Alyne Ellis as the new host of Prime Time Focus. A native Washingtonian, Alyne started her radio career at DC’s public radio station WAMU. She served as program director at stations in Tampa and Shreveport. In her twenty years at National Public Radio, Alyne was a highly respected producer and editor, working on stories that aired on All Things Considered and Morning Edition, and other programs, with an emphasis on arts and culture.
Alyne is the winner of many awards including the Robert F. Kennedy Award, the Gold Cindy and Unity Award. She says she loves intense conversation, working with sound, and discovering new things. Alyne sat in for Jim Harriott during his illness, and now succeeds him as only the second-ever host of Prime Time Focus.
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The Essential Guide to Medical News and The Essential Guide to Prescription Drug programs are now available as no-cost downloads right here. You may use it on the air for up to two months from the date of download and sell commercial adjacencies to it. You may put your local commercials in the spot indicated. We welcome your local sponsors, and suggest that pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics are appropriate broadcast partners for these timely and important programs. Fourteen 90-second shows are available right now and, given sufficient interest, new programming will be available weekly.