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Michael Bartley hosts this live discussion program focusing on topical issues, with guests ranging from newsmakers and community leaders, to entertainers and athletes. Viewers can join the conversation through Facebook, Twitter and more.

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Monday, July 27, 2015
conversation@wqed: Paula Kerger & Joanne Rogers
Michael Bartley sits down with the President of PBS Paula Kerger to talk to her about Pittsburgh’s role in the PBS family. Plus, Joanne Rogers herself will also be joining in the discussion on how PBS is leading the way in children’s programming with shows like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.

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Michael Bartley sits down with the President of PBS Paula Kerger to talk to her about Pittsburgh’s role in the PBS family. Plus, Joanne Rogers herself will also be joining in the discussion on how PBS is leading the way in children’s programming with shows like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.


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