Friday, January 27, 2012

Cable news show to originate from SF

If you watch cable news, you know that most of the shows originate from New York, Washington or Atlanta. But former two-term Michigan Democratic governor Jennifer Granholm, who moved to the Bay Area when she became a professor of law and public policy at UC-Berkeley, is launching a cable news show from San Francisco on Monday. The show will air on the Current channel, whose major shareholders include Al Gore. The Detroit News says Current has built a studio for her in San Francisco, and she will serve as both a moderator and interviewer.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Watched her last night and think she is off to a good start! She's smart, well connected, and has an appealing persona. I hope she does well.