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Bill Moyers is next guest to be featured on “The Living Room With Gerry Bonds”

Melissa Hayer Published: October 26, 2011
Bill Moyers - Photo by Peter Krogh
Bill Moyers - Photo by Peter Krogh

Journalist Bill Moyers is the featured guest on the next edition of “The Living Room With Gerry Bonds” radio program, which airs at 6:30 p.m. Wed., Nov. 2 and re-airs at 4:30 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 and at 8:30 a.m., Tues., Nov. 8 on KOSU.

Moyers served as press secretary to President Lyndon Johnson from 1965 to 1967, hosted “Bill Moyers Journal” for many years on PBS, established Public Affairs Television in 1986, and has won more than 30 Emmy Awards in his 40-year broadcast career, according to a news release.

He is currently working on “Moyers and Company,” which is in production with WNET-TV in New York.

“We are absolutely thrilled to have Bill Moyers as our guest,” program host Bonds said in the news release. “He witnessed the policy-making process in the White House during some very tumultuous times in modern American history, and he now speaks with passion about the economic catastrophe that has affected so many people across our country.”

KOSU can be heard on 91.7 FM in central Oklahoma, 107.5 FM in northeastern Oklahoma, and 88.3 FM in Stillwater,, in addition to live audio streaming at

The radio program can also be followed on Facebook at

“The Living Room With Gerry Bonds” is supported by the Meinders Foundation, Devon Energy, Cole & Reed PC, Tom Johnson Investment Management, and the Cheek Family on behalf of the Hough Ear Institute.

For more information about underwriting opportunities for the radio program, you may call KOSU Development Specialist Jenny Mae Harms at 800-228-4678.

Gerry Bonds - Provided Photo
Gerry Bonds - Provided Photo

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