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WRBH’s The Newspaper of the Air program airs live every morning, 7-days a week, featuring the latest news from the New Orleans Advocate, The Times-Picayune/Nola.com, and more.

We read breaking news and current headlines in the US and around the world from The Wall Street Journal on weekday evenings from 5PM-6PM and 4PM-5PM on Saturday and Sunday.

We also read from several local publications each week including The Lens, Gambit, City Business, and the Lagniappe.


Monthly Magazines:

We read the popular culture magazine Vanity Fair for entertainment news, politics, and fashion.

Hear music and movie reviews, artist interviews and profiles of pop culture entertainers from the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine.

Libertarian magazine Reason brings WRBH listeners a provocative mix of news, analysis, commentary, and reviews of politics and culture.

We read the latest issue of National Geographic, the world leader in geography, cartography, and exploration periodicals.

Tune-in to hear articles from Popular Science for the latest in technology, science, gadgets, space, and more.

Additional titles read on WRBH each month include Utne, Smithsonian, Red Book, Real SimpleNew Orleans Magazine, Mother Jones, The Atlantic, The Sun, GQ, Consumer Reports, Harpers, and more.


Weekly Magazines:

We read Newsweek to bring listeners in-depth analysis and reporting and opinion and neon in technology, business, culture, and politics.

Time magazine delivers analysis on politics, world news, tech reviews, health, and science.

WRBH reads Sports Illustrated, the leading periodical in sports news and analysis on the world of sports.

Listen to the weekly reading of The New Yorker for insightful narrative reporting, culture and entertainment reviews, poetry, fiction, and more.

Additional weekly titles read on WRBH include Entertainment Weekly, Psychology Today, People Magazine, and Esquire

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