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Have a question about the Radio Address?

Trey Bohn Trey Bohn, White House Director of Radio

June 30, 2004 | 1:55 p.m.(EDT)

Q: Tristan from Carsonville, MI:
What day does president bush record his radio address?

thanks tristan

A: Trey Bohn:
Thanks for your question. As you might imagine, the President's schedule is quite busy, but he generally records the Radio Address on Fridays. However, there are times when his schedule permits recording it earlier in the week.

June 17, 2004 | 1:20 p.m.(EDT)

Q: Efran from El Paso:
Where does the President record his radio address?

A: Trey Bohn:
President Bush recording the weekly radio address to the nation.Thanks for your question.

When the President is working at the White House, he records the President's Weekly Radio Address to the Nation in the Cabinet Room, just a few feet from the Oval Office.

Exceptions have been made for logistical reasons in other locations on the White House grounds, but for the most part, the President prefers the acoustics and comfort of the Cabinet Room.

April 7, 2004 | 12:44 p.m.(EDT)

Q: Rochelle from Austin, TX:
Where can I find a list of radio stations that air President Bush's weekly radio address in Texas and other states?

A: Trey Bohn:
Thanks for your question. All radio stations that subscribe to news services such as ABC, CBS, CNN, AP, UPI or USA can access the President's Weekly Radio Address to the nation. It is fed live at 10:06 ET each Saturday morning for local affiliates to broadcast.

Many of your local 'all news' format AM stations will typically air the President's Weekly Radio Address, but are under no obligation to do so. Some stations may even air it at different times depending on their programming. Therefore, there isn't a list with consistently accurate information available. I would encourage you to contact your local stations' programming departments to find out more. In Austin, 590 AM and 1370 AM may be a good start, but it can always be found at each and every Saturday.