CBS News Radio began offering KHN Health Minutes weekly to more than 700 affiliate stations on January 12. The short episodes include extensive health stories and consumer information reported by KHN’s team of health reporters. Listeners can expect stories ranging from navigating medical bills and debt to changes in health care delivery and policy and public health. Signature Minutes will focus on what people hear about all the changes and policy debates that mean to them.
in the The first KHN health minuteHear how noise pollution affects health and why optimism helps people live longer.
The collaboration is the latest product of an ongoing partnership between CBS News and KHN.
“I am pleased to expand KHN’s partnership with CBS, bringing KHN Health Minutes to network radio listeners across the country,” said KHN Editor-in-Chief Elisabeth Rosenthal. “It provides a fun, fast and informative way to keep up with the latest and most important health care news.”
Health news is in the headlines every day as we battle new and emerging threats. Our listeners can be more accessible and actionable with this up-to-date information,” said Craig Swagler, vice president and general manager of CBS News Radio. “Radio’s powerful audience reach connects on-the-go listeners with the health information they need and can use immediately.”
Listeners can watch KHN Health Minutes on their local CBS news radio station.
The broader partnership will also feature KHN senior fellow and editor-in-chief for public health, Dr. Celine Gonder, across all CBS news platforms, as well as feature stories, segments and specials from KHN’s newsroom reports. and offices. It includes the famous “Account of the month” series, Rosenthal regularly appears on “CBS Mornings” to discuss shocking medical bills and what they tell us about the US health care system. “The Account of the Month” is a collaborative investigative project of KHN and NPR.
KHN, the KFF program, is. Awardee News Service with a national newsroom in Washington, D.C. and a rapidly growing network of bureaus in California, the Midwest, mountain states and the South, as well as a new rural health desk. KHN works with many editorial partners, and media outlets can reprint KHN stories at no charge. News organizations interested in working with KHN should contact the news service at KHNPartnerships@kff.org.
About KFF and KHN
KN (Kaiser Health News) is a national news division that produces in-depth journalism on health issues. Along with policy analysis, polling and surveying, and social impact media, KHN is one of four major career programs. KFF. KFF is a non-profit organization that provides information to the nation on health issues.
About CBS News Radio:
CBS News Radio provides news, talk, information, entertainment and special events coverage to more than 700 radio stations in the United States, in 24 of the top 25 markets. CBS News Radio is heard hourly on POTUS (Channel 124) on the SiriusXM Platform. CBS News Radio’s “CBS World News Summary” which started in 1938 is the longest running news program in the country. In addition to providing breaking news and information, the division of CBS Evening News, In front of the nationAnd 60 minutes to affiliates. CBS News Radio programming is available digitally through the CBS News Radio app, Apple Music, Amazon’s Alexa service, and the web.