PCN Call In Program
The PCN Call-In Program Celebrates 25 Years.
The PCN Call-In Program allows viewers to speak directly with government officials, newsmakers, and other experts on current Commonwealth topics. The PCN Call-In Program airs Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings at 7 PM.
PCN's toll-free number: 1-877-PA6-5001 (1-877-726-5001) or TEXT 717-219-4001.
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.
New episodes air Monday-Wednesday at 7 PM.
March 27: Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-Pennsylvania)
Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, D-Pennsylvania, will join us to discuss the latest news in the U.S. House of Representatives. Call in with your questions or comments LIVE to 1-877 PA6-5001. The PCN Call-in Program airs Monday, March 27 at 7 PM.
March 28: PA Budget Impact on Economy
David Taylor, President and CEO of the PA Manufacturer’s Association, and Danny Bauder, President of the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO, will join us to discuss how Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget proposal will impact Pennsylvania’s economy. Call in with your questions or comments LIVE to 1-877 PA6-5001. The PCN Call-in Program airs Tuesday, March 28 at 7 PM.
March 29: PA Budget
Sen. Scott Martin, Senate Appropriations Chair, and Sen. Vincent Hughes, Senate Minority Appropriations Chair, will join us to discuss Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget proposal. Call in with your questions or comments LIVE to 1-877 PA6-5001. The PCN Call-in Program airs Wednesday, March 29 at 7 PM.
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