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Professor Brent Nelsen talks politics on “Carolina Business Review”

Brent Nelsen has taught politics at Furman since 1989.

Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs at Furman University, is a featured guest on the current edition of the television program, “Carolina Business Review.”

The half-hour program, which focuses on business and public policy issues and airs on 22 PBS stations in North and South Carolina, will air for the first time Friday, July 20 at 8:30 p.m. on PBS Charlotte.  It will have additional airings through August 3.

Nelsen is joined on the program by Tim Arnold, president and CEO of Colonial Life, and Linda Brown, president of the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce. The panelists talked about the November elections, Build NC Bonds and infrastructure needs. The show is hosted by Chris William.

Since it began in 1990, Carolina Business Review is the most widely watched source in the Carolinas for business and public policy issues. The program with Nelsen can be seen at these times on the following PBS stations:

PBS Charlotte—Friday, July 20, 8:30 pm

UNC TV—Tuesday, July 24, 5 pm

UNC TV (North Carolina Channel)—July 27, 10 pm; Saturday July 28, 4 am; Sunday, July 29, 8 am

ETV SCC—Thursday, July 26, 9:30pm

ETV—Sunday, July 29, 12 pm

ETV World—Wednesday, August 1, 5 pm; Friday, August 3, 6 pm

For more information, visit the Carolina Business Review website.

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