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Steve Flowers to be Published by APR

Staff Report

MONTGOMERY—The Alabama Political Reporter is pleased to announce the addition of the Steve Flowers weekly report, Inside the Statehouse to its pages.

Flowers is considered Alabama’s leading authority on the State’s diverse and intriguing political history. His column, Inside the Statehouse appears in more than 70 newspapers throughout the State with a readership approaching 400,000.

APR Editor-in-Chief, Bill Britt, said of the new addition, “We are very proud to publish Steve’s work. He has been an inspiration to journalists as well as citizens, throughout our State. His encyclopedic knowledge of the State’s political past, gives him a tremendous insight into the State’s future, For us, it is a perfect fit.”

In addition to his informative and entertaining column, Flowers hosts a thirty-minute weekly television show seen throughout South Alabama, as well as a weekly radio show heard throughout the State on Public Radio. His television and radio shows are produced by Troy University.

Steve also teaches Southern Politics at Troy. He can be seen regularly on Montgomery television station WAKA, CBS 8 as their political analyst.

As Alabama’s premier columnist and commentator, Steve has analyzed Alabama politics for national television audiences on CBS, PBS, ABC and the British Broadcasting Network.

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Flowers will also appear as a guest commentator on The V, a political talk show sponsored by APR and hosted by Britt.


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