Political Anchor Tim Boyum Will Host Candid Conversations with Guests in Weekly Program
Raleigh, North Carolina – Spectrum News North Carolina will debut Tying It Together, a weekly podcast with its Capital Tonight anchor Tim Boyum in conversation with North Carolina’s top political influencers. The podcast, set to premiere on August 21, uncovers what makes these newsmakers tick, asking them to reflect not only on their legislative priorities, but also on what brought them into politics in the first place. The first episode will feature a personal and in-depth discussion with North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper.
Today’s fast-paced news cycle often obscures the people behind the politics. Each week, podcast host Tim Boyum will loosen his signature bow tie to give listeners a glimpse behind the curtain, showing who these power players really are and explaining why they do what they do. With 17 years of covering North Carolina politics, Boyum puts listeners in the room where it happens with the state’s powerbrokers, in a way that only he can.
“Tying It Together brings listeners into the stories that shape North Carolina politics, engaging political insiders and general audiences alike with Boyum’s open and honest conversations with some of the state’s most important leaders,” said Alison Hellman, Group Vice President of Audience and Content Strategy for Spectrum Networks. “This podcast offers another opportunity to engage with Spectrum News audiences, highlighting our commitment to providing unmatched local news reporting to consumers wherever they are and however they listen.”
Tying it Together with Tim Boyum will be available to listeners every Wednesday for download via Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, Pocketcasts, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Overcast, RSS and the Spectrum News Central North Carolina website at www.SpectrumLocalNews.com/TyingItTogether.
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