Marianas Agupa, the leading Chamorro radio talk show in the CNMI, will have two segment effective this Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013.
"Asuntun Tano’ Yan Kuttura," meaning Land and Culture, will be featured and reported by John Del Rosario, former secretary of the Department of Public Lands, and the Street Report by Antonio R. Cabrera aka "Atonion Amerikanu," former Finance secretary.
This two additional segment will follow the original lineup of Marianas Agupa. which is the acclaimed "Hila’ Chamorro by former mayor Joseph Inos followed Tinian’s former senator David Cing and Rota’s Thomas Mendiola aka Guelu’ Fadang.
The issues on the radio show are discussed in plain Chamorro language but will entertain broken Chamorro, which means English and Chamorro together from time to time. An analysis on a particular subject matter affecting the CNMI will be discussed by Glenn H. Manglona every Saturday after the show’s monologue and featured reports. Exchange of ideas from the listening audience are encouraged.
The Marianas Agupa Chamoro talk show is carried live every Saturday on Magic 100.3 FM, which is located on the first floor of the Marianas Business Plaza and via streaming on www.magic100radio.com.
Listeners on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota and those listening via streaming are encouraged to call in and ask questions during the show (direct to studio at 234-5929 or use Marianas Agupa's Facebook account via instant messaging.)
The Chamorro radio talk show is hosted by Glenn H. Manglona. For more information, contact Manglona t 287-4536.