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'Candidate Buzz' premieres across KUAM's media properties

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by Marie Calvo Monge

Guam - Guam saw the beginning of a new form of interactive broadcasting, with the debut episode of our Decision 2014 interview series profiling the candidates, The Candidate Buzz! Join Isla63-AM's Jess Lujan for in-depth conversations with the candidates of Decision 2014 from the air studio, talking about Guam's most pressing issues.

The Candidate Buzz airs:
- Mondays at 2pm (program from the previous Friday)
- Tuesday - Friday at 3pm (guests from previous day)
- LIVE at 8:15am daily on Isla63-AM
- Streaming anytime on KUAM's YouTube channel
- Highlights weeknights on KUAM News Primetime 
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