Sean Bueter

News Director & Morning Edition Host

Since joining NIPR in March 2011, Sean has worked to raise the news profile of WBOI by increasing its presence at public meetings, speeches and events, enhancing community relationships, and bringing WBOI to the national stage by placing local stories on NPR flagship shows and APM's Marketplace Morning Report. Sean is the local host of Morning Edition and former co-host of Midday Matters.

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Midday Matters
1:12 pm
Mon October 1, 2012

News Review- Monday October 1, 2012

Today on Midday Matters, we're talking about re-entry programs for those returning from incarceration.

Midday Matters
5:27 pm
Thu September 27, 2012

Outer Space- Thursday September 27, 2012

Doug Hackbarth and Laura Stine answer your plant and gardening questions.

News
6:26 am
Wed September 26, 2012

Aung San Suu Kyi visits Fort Wayne

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the democratic opposition leader in Myanmar, also known as Burma, stopped in Fort Wayne Tuesday as part of her 17-day tour of the United States.

Hundreds of Burmese and non-Burmese alike lined up early Tuesday morning to get a good seat at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum for the historic visit.

Suu Kyi talked for a little more than an hour about education reform in Burma, constitutional reform, and the need for patience as the country works toward democracy.

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Midday Matters
1:30 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

Financial Focus- Tuesday September 25, 2012

On today's Midday Matters, we're taking a bit of a detour for the first part of the program. Burmese democratic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke in Fort Wayne this morning, and we want to hear your thoughts on what she said. 

Later in the program, we'll get back to our Financial Focus by learning more about AARP's new Medicare information system.

News
7:17 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

Aung San Suu Kyi comes to Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is less than a day away from welcoming the leader of the Burmese democracy movement.

Signs welcoming Aung San Suu Kyi have been popping up throughout Fort Wayne, a city where many of her supporters relocated after fleeing political repression in their native country.  

Organizers expect at least 7,000 people to turn out at Memorial Coliseum on Tuesday to hear Suu Kyi speak in her native language. Her speech will be translated on video on PBS39 for those who don't speak Burmese. It will also be broadcast live, without translation, on WBOI.

Midday Matters
4:17 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

News Review- Monday September 24, 2012

Today we're talking about Fort Wayne's Burmese community on Midday Matters.

Midday Matters
5:25 pm
Tue September 18, 2012

Financial Focus- Tuesday September 18, 2012

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking credit with Joe Schenkel from CCCS, and our debt repairman, Chris Smith.

Midday Matters
4:02 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

News Review- Monday September 17, 2012

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking business and business school. On the first half of the program, we'll talk about how economic leaders are working to streamline their operations in Fort Wayne. And later, we'll chat about the University of St. Francis' purchase of the FW Chamber of Commerce building.

Midday Matters
2:54 pm
Thu September 13, 2012

Outer Space- Thursday September 13, 2012

It's time to explore your Outer Spaces! Doug Hackbarth answers your gardening questions.

Midday Matters
2:25 pm
Tue September 11, 2012

Financial Focus- Tuesday September 11, 2012

 On Tuesday's Midday Matters, let's talk about the financial impact of having access to a public library. Did you realize not everyone in our listening audience has that access? 

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