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Help Drive the Conversation!

Every Thursday on STAY TUNED, host Casey Nolen and his panel of guests explore local issues and their effect on the St. Louis region. STAY TUNED is driven by questions and comments from in-studio and at-home viewers submitted via Facebook and Twitter.

Connect with us on Facebook by clicking Facebook.com/TheNineNetwork and liking our page. Follow us on Twitter at Twitter.com/TheNineNetwork. You are welcomed and encouraged to ask our contributors questions by commenting directly on Facebook or sending a tweet (use the hashtag #StayTunedSTL). STAY TUNED is broadcast live at 9:00 p.m. on Nine PBS and streamed online simultaneously at StayTuned.nineNet.org/Live.

Sample questions for STAY TUNED:


"Where can I find more resources about the recent Missouri and Illinois legislative session?"

"At what point do colleges cap their tuition rates? Many college tuitions are skyrocketing all over the country."


"How do you get more info on the heroin situation in #stl region? #staytunedstl"

"What is the ‘shop exchange’ for small businesses in the affordable healthcare act? What does it mean? #staytunedstl"

If you would like to be a member of the live studio audience and tweet during the show, call 314-512-9009 to register.

Since November 2012, more than half of STAY TUNED’s live broadcasts have trended on Twitter in the St. Louis region. The series engages audiences from as far away as Columbia, Missouri, and Louisville, Kentucky. STAY TUNED is accessible to 2 million viewers in metropolitan St. Louis, and can reach nearly 2.9 million users via social media.

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