House speaker Joe Aresimowicz guest on statewide TV show 

House speaker Joe Aresimowicz guest on statewide TV show 



Aresimowicz the guest on statewide television show

MERIDEN — House speaker Joe Aresimowicz appears on this month's edition of Jim Pellegrino’s statewide TV show “The Hour,” which airs tonight at 6 on Cox Meriden, Southington and Cheshire public access TV channels.

Aresimowicz, D-Berlin, represents a part of Southington. He discusses the recent state and national election and his party’s priorities during the legislative session.

In another segment, Host Jim Pellegrino interviews a sports panel made up of Dennis Deninger, Syracuse University professor and ESPN producer; Joe Zone, sports director WFSB TV; and Joe D’Ambrosio, WTIC-AM sports anchor, who also does work on local TV.  The panel will discuss their Super Bowl predictions.

“The Hour” also airs at 7 p.m. tonight on Nutmeg Cable. It is available on AT&T U-verse, online at www.ccsu.edu/thehour, and can be found in the iTunesU section of iTunes. Pellegrino is a Meriden resident.

Record-Journal staff

Councilor LeTourneau is the guest on ‘Citizen Mike’

WALLINGFORD — Town Councilor John LeTourneau is a guest on this week’s edition of “Citizen Mike,” which airs tonight at 9 p.m. on local public access TV.

Host-producer Mike Brodinsky and Record-Journal Editor Ralph Tomaselli interview LeTourneau about police staffing, the recent decision on the former BMS property, the annual town audit and school renovations.  

 This edition of “Citizen Mike” also airs on WPAA-TV (Comcast Channel 18 and U-verse 99) at 9 p.m. on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. It is also posted on YouTube on the Citizen Mike Wallingford channel.

Request an emailed link to new shows by contacting the “Citizen Mike” show at CM@WPAA.tv.

Record-Journal staff


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