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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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(Aug 28, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Rob Szczepanik, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss President Obama urging Gulf Coast residents to protect themselves from Hurricane Isaac, Governor Christie being expected to give the big speech tonight at the Republican National Convention, and Apple looking to stop Samsung from selling as many as eight of its mobile devices in the U.S.

The Rowan Report
(Aug 21, 2012) Play Dowanload

Derek Jones, Rob Szczepanik, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss Missouri Republican Todd Akin being under fire for controversial remarks regarding rape, a spending update on President Obama's reelection campaign, and JetBlue shelling out ninety thousand dollars.

The Rowan Report
(Aug 14, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Rob Szczepanik, Nick Lopes, and the Rowan Radio News Team discuss President Obama going deep into the nation's heartland to woo voters, Governor Christie getting a big spotlight at the Republican National Convention, and General Motors recalling more than ten thousand vehicles.

Rowan Report
(Aug 07, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Nick Lopes, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed Mitt Romney mounting an attack on changes to a welfare-to-work law, the New Jersey Supreme Court upholding Kyleighs Law, and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke addressing educators across the nation in an online town hall meeting on teaching economics.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 31, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Rob Szczepanik, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney wrapping up his visit to Poland today amid more controversy, a New Jersey man being officially been indicted on murder charges after he allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend by running over her several times with his car, and opening statements getting underway today in the federal case between tech giants Apple and Samsung.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 24, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Rob Szczepanik and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University's grand opening, President Obama saying he and First Lady Michelle Obama "were deeply saddened" to learn of Sally Ride's death, Governor Chris Christie signing a bill aimed at bringing more solar energy projects to the Garden State and a new poll showing voters' belief that Mitt Romney could better manage the economy than President Obama.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 17, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Mike DeMora, Rob Szczepanik and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed President Obama's saying his primary focus on boosting the struggling middle class has not changed and will not change, dozens of Garden State residents describing their "Jersey Guy" Governor as a bully and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke saying the US economy has weakened.

7/10/12 - The Rowan Report
(Jul 10, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Rob Szczepanik, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed President Obama asking voters to avoid cynicism after noting a barrage of negative ads in the 2012 campaign, a New Jersey teenager escaping serious injury after she jumped from a chairlift ride that stopped in midair as a thunderstorm approached, and Spain getting another year to meet its deficit-reduction targets.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 03, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Rob Szczepanik, Mike DeMora, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano saying FEMA teams will be helping to assess damage cause by the Waldo Canyon Fire, there still being more than 80,000 homes and businesses without power in South Jersey following a vicious storm that knocked down trees and power lines Saturday, and many gas stations across the Washington, DC area not selling gasoline due to the lack of electricity.

The Rowan Report
(Jun 26, 2012) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Rob Szczepanik, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed President Obama portraying the upcoming election as a stark contrast between competing ideologies, Democrats submitting their version of a $32 billion spending plan to Governor Chris Christie, and Senator Chuck Grassley saying its time to take a long, hard look at government spending in the U.S.

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