Talk Business & Politics enters its 18th year in 2017. The popular, premier statewide business and political newsmagazine can be seen on TV, heard on radio and podcasts, viewed online and through digital products, followed by email and through social media, and read through our multiple print products.
With bureaus and operations in Northwest Arkansas, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Little Rock and Central Arkansas, Talk Business & Politics interviews business and political decision-makers who are shaping the Arkansas news landscape, reports on key industry trends and topics, and provides extensive political and capitol news coverage.
Natural State Media (NSM) is the parent company for Talk Business & Politics and the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal. NSM was the result of the October 2015 merger of River Rock Communications and TCW Media (The City Wire). The new company, Natural State Media, is headquartered in Fort Smith.
Follow Talk Business & Politics and the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal:
- KATV Channel 7 Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m.
- KAIT/NBC Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
- KFSM Channel 5 Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
- KUAR 89.1 FM (central/southeast Arkansas) Monday nights at 6 pm;
- KUAF 91.3 FM (Northwest Arkansas) weekdays at noon;
- KASU 91.9 FM (Northeast Arkansas) Saturdays at 3:30 p.m.
- ED-88 (Southwest Arkansas) Saturdays at 9 a.m.
Newspaper – The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal is published twice a month and is distributed by mail in NWA and across the state.
Online – TalkBusiness.net or NWABusinessJournal.com
E-mail – Daily emails tailored for statewide or regional audiences. Sign up for our free daily e-mail newsletters on our web site home page.
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