Friday, 03 February 2012 00:00
Mineola High School graduate John Watts is the new host of New York University’s radio talk show Earshot. WNYU’s live current events talk show brings its listeners opinions and analysis on politics and current events affecting New Yorkers, the nation, and the world.
“I won’t shy away from telling my viewers what I believe in,” Watts said.
John and his co-host Mel Zelikovsky provide insightful panel discussions and heated debates in the show’s thirty-minute time slot. Whether it’s the 2012 election coverage, legislative decisions, controversial issues, or current events from around the world, Earshot keeps its viewers informed.
“I’m a conservative in a town and school of liberals,” he said, continuing, “I’m not afraid to tell my viewers what I stand for.”
To hear the show, tune in Thursday’s at 7:30 p.m. to 89.1FM or wnyu.org.
“I’m going to bring a unique approach to the show,” Watts stated. “Too much of the media, especially around New York, has been plagued with liberal bias and propaganda. I will have none of that on my show.”
The show can also be listened to on the web at www.earshotradio. blogspot.com.