Kutztown University Radio (KUR) will debut the “Good Government Show” at 6 a.m., Monday, Aug. 1. The show will air every Monday at 6 a.m., giving morning drive-time listeners the opportunity to hear a well-produced, non-partisan podcast program focusing on government and services. The “Good Government Show” discusses government services ranging from libraries and housing, right down to rides to the supermarket.
The most popular way to listen to KUR is on a smart device by downloading the “TuneIn” app. Just download that app and search “Kutztown.”
According to the show’s producers, “because all of those services are provided by your government every day in every state, county and town, it’s all because Good Government provides good services and creates good projects for Americans.”
“There is a lot of distrust in the government,” the show producers continue. “Many people think the government wants to tax you, make it hard to start a business or throw up too many rules. But in reality, the government works hard every day to ensure we have clean water, fresh air, open roads, modern hospitals, good schools and are safe. But the government also gets involved in the details. And these are the good stories we are going to tell on The Good Government Show.”
Executive producers of the “Good Government Show” include David Martin and Jim Ludlow, a member of the KU Council of Trustees since 2013.