Animal Writes
From 26 January 2003 Issue

ACT Radio - Animal Concerns of Texas

Be sure to listen to ACT Radio's sixth episode tonight at 9:30pm EST (7:30pm, mountain time) with co-hosts Mimi Macias and Animal Rights Online journalists Greg Lawson and Steve Best.

KTEP can be heard over the web with Real Radio, which is a free download.
El Paso NPR - KTEP 88.5 : National Public Radio for the Southwest

Tonight is our second conversation with Howard Lyman, author of MadCowboy, Plain Truth from the Cattle Rancher Who Won't Eat Meat, and codefendant in the Oprah Winfrey vs. the Texas Cattlemen's Association trial. We will discuss the new movie about Howard's life and free speech issues.

If you enjoy the show, please contact KTEP and tell them you support ACT Radio and are pleased to hear this kind of programming.

General Feedback: 

A note about getting Real Radio if you don't already have it...
On the KTEP website you will see an icon on the left that says Listen to KTEP Online, click it. The next page will say "In order to listen to KTEP on-line you will need the Real Player, which is available for free on the Real website. Click here to visit their download area." Go there.

That page will try to sell you the deluxe RealOne Player, but look in the top right hand corner, there is a link that says "Free RealOne Player." Go there.

Now on this page, on the bottom right, you will see a link that says "Download the Free RealOne Player Only." This is what you want.

The download takes a little time, so be sure to do this early so you won't miss today's installment of ACT Radio.

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