April 14, 2009
For Immediate Release
Contact: Lowman S. Henry
(Harrisburg, PA) – Two new voices will be heard on the Lincoln Institute’s weekly public affairs radio programs Lincoln Radio Journal and American Radio Journal. The changes are being made as Pat Toomey leaves the shows in preparation for an expected run for the United States Senate from Pennsylvania in 2010.
Replacing Toomey on Lincoln Radio Journal will be Doug Keegan, a financial planning manager for Harris SBSB. Keegan formerly hosted the Life & Money Show on WHYL-AM in Carlisle and now will produce a monthly feature for Lincoln Radio Journal entitled "Making Cents," which will focus on the economy and personal finance.
Taking over Toomey’s weekly slot on American Radio Journal will be Andy Roth who is the Vice President of Government Affairs at the national Club for Growth. The "Real Story" segment will continue to report and analyze key developments taking place each week in the nation’s capital.
"While we will miss Pat Toomey’s unique insight and keen analytical abilities, there is no doubt that Doug Keegan and Andy Roth will bring a fresh perspective to the programs and continue to uphold our tradition of providing the finest in public affairs programming to our 171 affiliates across the nation," said Lowman Henry, Chairman of the Lincoln Institute and host of the radio programs.
Andy Roth can be heard this week on American Radio Journal, and Doug Keegan’s "Making Cents" will debut on the April 25th edition of Lincoln Radio Journal.
American Radio Journal, a national issues public affair radio program, can be heard on-line at www.americanradiojournal.com and Lincoln Radio Journal, a state issues public affair program, can be heard on-line at www.lincolnradiojournal.com.