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Kai Ryssdal, Host of “Marketplace” to Speak at Louisville Luncheon

(Louisville, KY—3/31/10) 89.3 WFPL is proud to present Kai Ryssdal, host of American Public Media’s “Marketplace”, for lunch and a discussion on where the economy is headed. The event takes place on Tuesday, April 13th at 1pm at Vincenzo’s (150 South 5th Street). Admission is $30 per person, prix fixe menu inclusive. Reservations can be made by contacting Rachel Raphael at 502.814.6500 or receptionist@wfpl.org. The deadline to RSVP is Friday, April 9th.Kai Rysdall has hosted “Marketplace” since 2005 and has been involved with the show since 2001. His public radio career began at KQED in San Francisco where he was a reporter and host for “The California Report”. Prior to his life in public radio, Rysdall spent eight years in the United States Navy, first as a pilot, then as a Pentagon staff officer. He then transitioned to the United States Foreign Service, serving in Ottawa and Beijing.“Marketplace” is heard on 89.3 WFPL weekdays at 6:30pm. The award-winning daily business and economics news program is distributed nationally by American Public Media to 486 public radio stations and internationally by the American Forces Radio and Television Service. “Marketplace” has broadcast from the Frank Stanton Studios in Los Angeles since 1989 and is heard by 9.1 million listeners per week.For more information on 89.3 WFPL, please visit www.wfpl.org or contact WFPL Program Director Todd Mundt at 502.814.6531 or tmundt@wfpl.org. More information on “Marketplace” is available at www.marketplace.org.

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