May 3, 2015

KXIC Podcast Covers Two Student-Driven Investigations For IowaWatch

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Meghan Horihan speaking on KXIC radio, Tuesday, April 21, 2015, during a monthly 'Our Town' segment featuring IowaWatch.

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Meghan Horihan speaking on KXIC radio, Tuesday, April 21, 2015, during a monthly 'Our Town' segment featuring IowaWatch.

Meghan Horihan talked on the Tuesday, April 21, 2015, “Your Town” show on KXIC radio, AM 800, in Iowa City about her two years doing public relations work at IowaWatch while a University of Iowa student. While there, she also previewed a story pending for Sunday, May 10, publication about college students in Iowa who go out of the state for jobs after graduating.

Also on the program Executive Director-Editor Lyle Muller spoke about a major project about hidden illnesses at Iowa college campuses that a Simpson College student journalism team compiled.

Host Jay Capron welcomes IowaWatch each month to talk about the nonprofit news organization. You may listen to the latest interview at the link below.

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