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Quick Note On Rebroadcasting Today

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If you live near a station that plays our daily broadcast live, you might have caught our 10 am ET program on the deadly church shooting in Charleston, SC. However, beyond that, you won't be hearing that hour broadcast in other markets and during our local 7 pm ET rebroadcast of the morning's shows.

We've been keeping a close eye on the changing story in Charleston today, and soon after we shifted into our second hour of programming, it was confirmed that police were holding the accused perpetrator of the shooting after a traffic stop in nearby Shelby, NC. We of course didn't mention this breaking news event on our air (considering the second hour today was about facial recognition and not about the shooting), and we made an editorial decision to change our broadcast schedule for the rest of our listeners.

Tonight on our local air, and for the rest of the day elsewhere, you'll hear our second hour first (on privacy concerns and facial recognition software) and an hour from last May on office design second. If you'd like to hear our breaking news conversation on the shooting in Charleston from this morning, that audio is posted on our site.

If you have any questions about the scheduling change, feel free to leave a comment below, or email us at onpointnpr AT gmail DOT com.

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