Innovation Ohio’s Dale Butland speaks with NBC4 about a new state report that shows over 60% of Ohio charter schools scored an overall grade of D or F. Watch the video: As Innovation Ohio has previously reported, charter schools cost taxpayers twice as much per pupil and deliver worse results.
Innovation Ohio will be well represented on Columbus-based public affairs talk shows this weekend. IO President Janetta King will appear on Columbus on the Record which airs Friday night and Sunday morning. IO Communications Director Dale Butland will appear on The Spectrum on Sunday morning. WOSU-TV’s Columbus on the Record airs locally in Columbus tonight at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m. The program airs around the state on other public TV stations – check your local listings or watch online later. WCMH-NBC4i’s The Spectrum airs at 10 a.m. Sunday. Topics for the shows this week include federal sequester cuts, Kasich budget and rising income inequality.
IO’s Dale Butland made the rounds of three Columbus-based public affairs TV shows this weekend. Watch these clips today and tomorrow look for a clip with Dale explaining our latest charter schools report:
IO’s Dale Butland acquitted himself quite well on Columbus on the Record last night. If you missed it, don’t fear – at least if you live in the Columbus area – he’ll be on the re-broadcast Sunday morning. Here’s that and the rest of your IO Sunday lineup:
- Columbus on the Record, WOSU-TV, Columbus, 11 a.m.. Topics include IO’s report on the cost to the state of charter schools from earlier this week and the Kasich tax plan.
- The Spectrum, WCMH-NBC4, Columbus, 10 a.m. Dale discusses the Kasich tax plan and answers the GOP’s Bob Bennett.
- Capitol Square, WBNS-10TV, Columbus, 11 a.m. Dale and GOPer Terry Casey do an extended Two Sides segment where they discuss all things budget, raising the minimum wage and a certain state official who played the Hitler card.
Innovation Ohio’s Dale Butland talked about Medicaid expansion and the Ohio Budget over the weekend on WBNS-10TV’s Capitol Square. He also responded to Ohio Republican Party Chairman Bob Bennett’s recent outburst.
IO President Janetta King will appear tonight (Jan. 18) at 8:30 and Sunday at 11 a.m. on WOSU-TV’s Columbus on the Record. Topics include gun regulation, education, Medicaid expansion and tax reform. Check your local public TV listings for other air times. IO Communications Director Dale Butland will talk opposite Republican strategist Terry Casey on Columbus-based WBNS-10Tv’s Capitol Square on Sunday at 11 a.m. Butland and Casey will discuss gun regulation in one segment and Ohio politics in the show’s Two Sides segment.
IO Communications Director Dale Butland will be talking Fiscal Cliff and IO’s report which details why the best public policy for the overwhelming majority of Ohioans is for Bush tax cuts to expire for the wealthy. Dale will appear on five public affairs shows in Ohio this weekend:
- Friday, 8:30 p.m., WOSU-TV, Columbus on the Record. This program re-airs on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on WOSU-TV.
- Sunday, 10 a.m., NBC4, Columbus, The Spectrum. Dale appears with Joanne Pickrell where they discuss the Ohio Action Coalition and raising tax rates on the top 2 percent.
- Sunday, 10:10 a.m., WKYC-NBC3, Cleveland, Between the Lines. Dale debates approaches to the fiscal cliff with Jack Boyle, tea partier and a representative of the Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity.
- Sunday 11 a.m., WTOL-TV, Toledo, The Leading Edge with Jerry Anderson. Dale and Pickrell talk fiscal cliff.
- Sunday, 11 a.m., WBNS-10TV, Capitol Square. Dale and Bob Clegg do the “Two Sides” segment.