Thursday, July 25, 2024

Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) Announces Live Coverage of Gubernatorial Inauguration

by BIZ Magazine

Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) has confirmed its commitment to delivering live and extensive coverage of the upcoming gubernatorial inauguration, featuring Governor-elect Jeff Landry and other statewide elected officials. The live broadcast is scheduled for Monday, January 8, 2024, starting at 11:00 AM. Viewers statewide can watch the coverage on LPB’s six-station network, along with WLAE-TV32 in New Orleans, and WYES-TV, the PBS station for New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Additionally, live streaming will be available at and through the LPB App.

Kara St. Cyr and Karen LeBlanc, co-anchors of LPB’s program, “Louisiana: The State We’re In,” will spearhead the coverage. Barry Erwin, President and CEO of the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL), will join them to provide political analysis and insights into Governor-elect Jeff Landry’s plans for Louisiana over the next four years.

The event is set to offer a detailed look at the swearing-in ceremony and the subsequent Inaugural Address by the newly sworn governor. LPB’s experienced anchors and commentator, Barry Erwin, will provide insights into the political landscape and highlight key priorities and initiatives expected to shape the state’s future under the new leadership.

Event Details:

  • Date and Time: Monday, January 8, 2024, starting at 11:00 AM.
  • Broadcast: LPB’s six-station network, WLAE-TV32, and WYES-TV.
  • Live Streaming: Available at and through the LPB App.

Founded in 1975, LPB has been the public television network for the state of Louisiana, delivering quality programming and award-winning documentaries showcasing the state’s history and people. With stations in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Monroe, and Shreveport, and affiliation with WLAE-TV in New Orleans, LPB has been a reliable source of informative content.

In addition to its programming, LPB actively engages in educational outreach programs to promote literacy, math, and science skills among Louisiana’s youth.

This announcement is based on the official press release from Louisiana Public Broadcasting.

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