PCN Call-In Program
PCN’s Call-In program airs Monday through Wednesday evenings from 7 PM to 8PM. The hour-long interactive show allows PCN viewers to speak directly with government officials, newsmakers and other knowledgeable parties on current Commonwealth issues.
In order to allow as many different viewers as possible the opportunity to participate in the PCN Call-In Program, we ask that callers limit themselves to one call every 30 days. Thank you for your assistance in continuing to make the PCN Call-In Program a valuable service for all viewers.
PCN’s toll-free number – 1-877-PA6-5001 (1-877-726-5001)
(VIDEO) Tony May, a partner at Triad Strategies, and Chris Bravacos, President & CEO of the Bravo Group will be on to discuss the Governor’s Race, and specifically their TV ad campaigns. Some of the topics discussed will be their marketing strategies, how to influence viewers, creating a candidates image, and more.
(VIDEO) The PA Game Commission’s Executive Director, Matt Hough will be on to discuss hunting in PA. Some of the topics discussed will be conservation plans, setting hunting and trapping season, setting bag limits, the latest on bald eagles in PA, and more.
(VIDEO) Rep. Glen Grell (R-Cumberland) and Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-Montgomery) will be on to discuss state pensions. Some of the topics discussed will be potential pension plans in the making, current legislation out in the general assembly, finding funding through other fees and taxes, the affect it has on property taxes, and more.
(VIDEO) Mark Singel, President & CEO of The Winter Group, and Robert Jubelirer, a Partner at Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel LLP, will be on to discuss the 2014 Race for Governor.
(VIDEO) John Arway, Executive Director and Kris Kuhn, Manager of Area 7, both of the PA Fish & Boat Commission, will be on to discuss fishing in Pennsylvania. Some of the topics we’ll be discussing will be the possibility of a merger between the Fish & Boat and Game Commissions, opening day, mentoring the fishing youth, high hazard dams, the health of the Susquehanna River, and more.