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Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage is a news and chat show produced by KDHX Community Media in St. Louis, MO dealing with local and state politics, how national issues affect the region and what role the media plays in determining how reality is perceived in Metro Saint Louis. Veteran journalist D.J. Wilson is your host and guests include members of the mainstream media as well as bloggers, politicians and activists.
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Collateral Damage is a news and chat show produced by KDHX Community Media in St. Louis, MO dealing with local and state politics, how national issues affect the region and what role the media plays in determining how reality is perceived in Metro Saint Louis. Veteran journalist D.J. Wilson is your host and guests include members of the mainstream media as well as bloggers, politicians and activists.

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Apr 26, 2017

Former SLU Urban Affairs Professor George Otte along with his wife, Fran├žoise Otte, who worked in St Louis City Hall before joining Southwestern Bell and then IBM, return for their annual conversation with Collateral Damage to discuss the recent French presidential elections, the present state of Europe, and how Trump is viewed abroad.

Apr 18, 2017

Jason Rosenbaum of St. Louis Public Radio and Maria Keena of KMOX join DJ in studio to discuss the latest election, the failed soccer stadium, safety concerns on the metro and the state of radio.

Apr 11, 2017

Virvus Jones, former comptroller and alderman as well as father of recent mayoral candidate Tishaura Jones, joins DJ in studio to talk about national, state and local news. He also discusses the recent city election. 

Apr 4, 2017

Tim O'Neil, recently retired from the Post Dispatch, talks about his time at the paper, where journalism could be headed and something about losing a bit of his finger.

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