Paul Foster

Senior Producer/News and Public Service

Paul Foster

Paul is a broadcasting and public relations veteran, having worked mostly in radio as well as television, news, marketing and higher education. His radio experience includes writing and reporting news, announcing both music and talk shows, management and sports play-by-play. He fully believe all types of music have the freedom and opportunity to be played and heard. Paul is a native of the region.

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Artbreak Recordings

Nov 11, 2016

Art Break provides Visual Arts News, including Events, Exhibits, Classes, Theater and more.  Information is often shared about art groups, galleries, and programs from Asheville to Charlotte, Hickory to Boone/Wilkesboro, and sometimes Eastern Tennessee.

If interested in submitting an art announcement, email paul@wncw.org and please provide an adequate amount of time prior to the date or dates of event.

In advance of March 14's public meetings in Cleveland and Rutherford counties by DEQ on the Cliffside Coal Ash matter, WNCW talks with three different groups.  Those groups are DEQ, Duke Energy, and The Broad River Alliance.  Is enough being done to treat and clean the river of coal ash?  Were past water testing results by DEQ fair?  And how Gov.

Long time WNCW host and member of the family, Kim Clark is the Author of The History of Old Fort, a book for  Arcadia Publishing's popular Images of America Series.  Kim joins Host Paul Foster, as guest of this weeks Friday Feature Interview of the Week, airing during Morning Edition, Friday, July 31 at 8:51 am.

Long time WNCW host and member of the family, Kim Clark is the Author of The History of Old Fort, a book for  Arcadia Publishing's popular Images of America Series.  Kim joins Host Paul Foster, as guest of this weeks Friday Feature Interview of the Week, airing during Morning Edition, Friday, July 31 at 8:51 am.

More to the Story returns to WNCW's Morning Edition on Wednesday, July 8 at 8:51 am when special guest will be John Boyle, columnist and reporter for the Asheville Citizen Times.  Two topics will be discussed: Rate Increases At The WNC Farmers Market and The Confederate Flag - 'Is The Flag About Heritage or Hate'.
 

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