EDGECAST: News in Review with Heather Bellow — a podcast

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  1. Ritch says:

    LOVE this idea… makes the conversation that The Edge has started within our community audible! Thank you Heather, not only for following all these stories and sharing with them, but to both of you for taking it to the next level.

    1. Heather Bellow says:

      Thanks so much, Ritch. So glad you liked it!

  2. Gerry GB says:

    Terrific, a much needed and appreciated platform to keep us informed.
    Even the music intro was spot on.

    Will this be available as an iTunes download ?

    1. Heather Bellow says:

      Thank you Gerry. Yes, I believe it is on itunes.

      1. Jason says:

        Yes. All episodes will be on iTunes. They do have a processing period.

      2. Gerry GB says:

        Hi Heather,
        I couldn’t find it listed under “edgecast” or Berkshire Edge in iTunes.
        What is it listed under ?

  3. Kristin Berkshire says:

    What a great way to get local news. Great questions and in-depth responses.

  4. Joyce Schdffey says:

    Thank you, Edge, for this super interview. The issues I most care about (100 Bridge St. and the Pipeline) were covered in depth. Both interviewer and interviewee did great jobs.

  5. Marj Wexler says:

    I hope to see Heather report on Adam Hinds, SOON!
    Her article on Harrington hit the emotional buttons, but Hinds is by far the best candidate to replace Ben Downing.
    Read about him at http://www.adamhinds.org/meet-adam.

  6. Mike Schiffer says:

    Heather’s reporting and Jason’s questions are a welcome addition to the Edge. I’m looking forward to more.

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