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"The Buzz" makes jump to television

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by Marie Calvo-Monge

Guam - You've heard them on KUAM Radio on Isla63-AM every weekday morning from 6-10pm, and now hosts Jess Lujan and John Davis are making their KUAM-TV8 primetime debut with a weekly 30-minute television installment of their show airing Wednesdays at 7:30pm (immediately following D10 Tonight). 

The show will feature opinionated takes on important issues, special topical guests, and a look at the newsmakers of the week.  Audience members are encouraged to submit their questions and feedback by emailing thebuzz@kuam.com.   Check local listings for additional showtimes of The Buzz TV on the stations of KUAM.

The views and opinions expressed on The Buzz TV and radio shows are those of the hosts and do not necessarily reflect those of the management of KUAM/Pacific Telestations, Inc. or its advertisers.

                                                                         

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