|SOUTHEASTERNíS KSLU TO AIR SPECIAL PROGRAMS ON SEPT.
HAMMOND -- Southeastern Louisiana
Universityís public radio station, 90.9 KSLU Alternative Public Radio,
has scheduled a day of special programs on Wednesday, Sept. 11, the anniversary
of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
From 6 to 9 a.m., Southeastern
communication faculty members Mike Applin and Joe Burns, who hosted KSLU's
live coverage of the events on the day of the attack, will join KSLU News
Director Mary Pirosko to discuss the events and how the university, the
region and the country have responded.
KSLU General Manager Wayne Cain
said the station plans to interview guests such as Southeastern President
Randy Moffett, Provost John Crain and members of the university community.
Moments of silence will mark the times of significant events during the
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. KSLU will
present "Southeasternís Toll for Freedom: A 9/11 Radio Remembrance." Cain
said the show, featuring interviews and music, will focus on the events
of Sept. 11 and how they have altered society on both personal and international
levels. The broadcast will include comments from Hammond Mayor Louis Tallo
and students from other countries who attend Southeastern. Hammond physician
Ted Hudspeth, founder of the Northshore Regional Endowment for the Arts,
will coordinate the local musicians whose performances will be featured
during the show.
The university's Sept. 11 Remembrance
Ceremony in the War Memorial Student Union park will be broadcast live
For additional information, contact
90.9 KSLU at 985-549-2330.