January 3, 2020
UUP President Fred Kowal talks about UUP’s new NY25 proposal on a pair of television news shows this weekend.
Kowal, above, right, discusses the union’s bold proposal—with goals to keep SUNY accessible and expand the reach of SUNY’s public hospitals, while positioning SUNY to lead the state’s transition to a sustainable future by 2025—in taped interviews on “New York NOW” on WMHT-TV in Albany, and “Newsmakers” on WSYR-TV in Syracuse.
On “New York NOW,” Kowal, above, right, discusses the particulars of NY25 with host Dan Clark; the interview was taped Dec. 13. The interview is available to view right now on the WMHT website. CLICK HERE to view the interview.
“New York NOW,” a widely viewed statewide news/talk program produced by public television station WMHT, airs at 7:30 p.m. tonight in Albany, and again at 11:30 p.m. Sunday. The program airs on public television stations across the state, including in New York City, Long Island, Buffalo and Syracuse.
Kowal on in Syracuse
Kowal, above, right, is the only guest on this weekend's edition of “Newsmakers,” produced by WSYR-TV, Channel 9 in Syracuse.
The 30-minute news program is hosted by longtime WSYR anchor Dan Cummings. It airs this weekend, at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday and 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. On the program, Kowal goes into great detail about NY25 as he answers Cummings’ questions. Kowal taped the interview Jan. 2.
The interview is available to view now on the "Newsmakers" web page. CLICK HERE to view the interview.