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Tim Eyman audio on latest initiative

May 9th, 2014 by Steven Gardner

This is the audio from Tim Eyman’s speech to the Central Kitsap Republican Women, who met for their luncheon at the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton on May 8, 2014.

One final note: This is something we might consider doing more of in the future. That might mean posting audio from events like this, but I also could see us recording interviews and doing other kinds of storytelling on a regular podcast.

I’m a fan of the podcast medium itself, but I don’t know how much demand there is for a hyperlocal podcast. Let me know and if there is enough interest I will do my best to make this a regular thing. Comment here, or email me at sgardner@kitsapsun.com.

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3 Responses to “Tim Eyman audio on latest initiative”

  1. Susan Cruver Says:

    I’d like podcasts to continue, Steve.

  2. Mick Says:

    I am with you Susan . There is much that goes un detected that often can not be put in words from listening to someone speak and explain their position .

  3. Steven Gardner Says:

    I agree with that sentiment, Mick. We do our best to capture the main point of a message, but I think there is value in listening to the whole speech/discussion, etc. I’m glad to know there are some who are interested in taking the time to hear it.

    Steven Gardner
    Kitsap Sun

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