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A weekly news magazine every Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. focusing on South Jersey news hosted by the WGLS-FM News and Public Affairs Departments.
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The Rowan Report
(Dec 04, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed New York Governor Andrew Cuomo making an in-person request for billions of dollars in Hurricane Sandy relief funds, Governor Christie calling on the federal government to reimburse the Garden State for 100 percent of emergency costs related to Hurricane Sandy and Rupert Murdoch rebranding the film and television arm of his media empire.

The Rowan Report
(Nov 27, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss the White House continuing to defend UN Ambassador Susan Rice, Governor Christie saying he has filed paperwork to run for re-election, and a plan to generate more money for the 42 states that take part in the Powerball lottery being successful.

The Rowan Report
(Nov 20, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Mike DeMora and the Rowan Radio News team discussed Japan continuing to get more and more bad news after a tsunami rocked the country, New York and New Jersey authorities still investigating two bus accidents that left 17 people dead and the G8 being unable to come to an agreement over the No Fly Zone over Libya.

The Rowan Report
(Nov 13, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Allie Volpe, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss White House spokesman Jay Carney saying President Obama thinks very highly of General John Allen, more than one thousand New Jersey residents still waiting to get the lights back on, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo asking the federal government for roughly $30 billion to help New York state recover and rebuild from Sandy.

The Rowan Report
(Nov 06, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg closing parks and beaches as a Nor'easter approaches, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie saying getting kids back to school is an important part of the state's recovery from Hurricane Sandy, and the New York attorney general's office taking a closer look at Craiglist ads offering to sell gas for as much as eight dollars per gallon.

The Rowan Report
(Oct 30, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assisant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Allie Volpe and Ben Panella discuss Governor Chris Christie calling Hurricane Sandy's damage to the New Jersey shore "unthinkable," at least 80 people getting killed after a pair of powerful explosions rocked Damascus, and the housing market getting better across the United States.

The Rowan Report
(Oct 23, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss the body of missing New Jersey twelve-year-old Autumn Pasquale being found in a recycling center, a poll taken just after last nights presidential debate showing President Obama as the winner, and investors still selling Monster Beverages shares because of a government report that linked five possible deaths to the companys energy drinks.

The Rowan Report
(Oct 16, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Mike DeMora, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed President Obama being in New York ahead of tonights debate at Hofstra University in Long island, President Obama maintaining his lead in New Jersey at about the same rate he was a month ago, and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney continuing to trail President Obama when it comes to raising campaign funds.

The Rowan Report
(Oct 09, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss police in Westminster focusing todays continuing search for missing child Jessica Ridgeway on areas near her home, New Jersey voters remaining mixed over their governor, and the International Monetary Fund cutting its global growth forecast and putting more pressure on the U.S. and Europe to do something about the economy.

The Rowan Report
(Oct 02, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Mike DeMora, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney preparing for tomorrow nights first presidential debate in Denver, a Glassboro man being sentenced in January for bilking several banks out of more than ten million dollars, and taxes possibly rising for 90 percent of Americans next year if Congress is unable to keep the country from falling off a fiscal cliff.

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