Public Affairs Programming
Each week as a public service to our listeners, KAMB airs Inside Look. Hosted by Mark Murdock, this short feature presents interviews with newsmakers or public servants on a particular issue, helping to bring better understanding to the listeners about what's going on in our community.
The Inside Look short feature is broadcast Friday nights at 10:15pm, Saturday evenings at 6:50pm, and Sunday afternoons at 1:50pm. The long form edition of Inside Look is also aired every third weekend of each month at 9:30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
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|7/5/2014||Alpha Pregnancy Help Center
Mark Murdock talked with Carrie Alexander about the ministry of Alpha Pregnancy Help Center in Merced.
|Inside Look 2014||Mark Murdock|
|6/17/2014||Manifesting God's Love In Your Family
Dave Benton interviews best selling author/motivational speaker, Lisa Hein, about her new book, "Manifesting God's Love In Your Family." In this book, Lisa shares how a family is stronger when God's love is exampled and lived to the fullest. Parents should enjoy children as a blessing and raise them with the Lord's guidance and statutes that He has laid out in the Bible. It's been proven over and over again that children raised with these guidelines for life are more confident and contribute significantly to society.
|Inside Look 2014||Lisa Hein|
|5/10/2014||Mother's Day Special: Moms Raising Sons to be Men
Rhonda talked to moms about raising their sons in such a way that they can discover significance and purpose for their lives. She also encouraged parents to raise their children without regrets and to know they are impacting the moral fiber of the next generation by raising children with integrity.
|Inside Look 2014||Rhonda Stoppe|
|2/1/2014||Merced Irrigation District
Dave interviewed Mike Jensen, Public & Government Relations Officer with the Merced Irrigation District, about the State drought and it's impact on Merced County. Mike talked at length about MID's initial plans for the allotment of water to Merced County farmers and ranchers. Mike informed listeners that instead of acre feet allotments, it will only be inches of water being allotted to agriculture. This will have a huge impact to all and could greatly impact future consumer prices for agricultural products.
|Inside Look 2014||Mike Jensen|