The Doug Wright Show

The Doug Wright Show provides engaging and thoughtful political conversation that bridges the gap between liberal and conservative, republican and democrat. If you like talk that makes you think, you'll love Doug Wright. The Doug Wright Show: Where Utah Comes to Talk.

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    March 21, 2020

    Former Attorney General John Swallow wants his old job back

    In this bonus episode of The Doug Wright Show, Doug chats with former Attorney General John Swallow who has just announced he is running once more for his old job. Swallow had resigned while facing federal and state investigations and was later acquitted of all charges. This episode aired on KSL Newsradio on March 20, 2020. 

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    December 10, 2019

    Doug passes the torch to Lee

    Doug Wright officially ends his tenure as the interim afternoon host and passes the torch to his former producer Lee Lonsberry. Doug gives his take on the Democratic Impeachment Articles released today. We talk about the dangers of e-cigarettes with Representative Chris Stewart, Preserving Utah’s historical buildings with David Amott, and the Golden Globes nominations with Steve Salles. And we talk about a movement from Represent.Us, to pass anti-corruption laws across America, with local chapter leadership Daniel Boyce. 

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    December 9, 2019

    Historical Buildings and Impeachment Hearings

    Impeachment hearings continue, and Doug Wright breaks down what you need to know as we near a resolution. Pete Ashdown and Millcreek Mayor Jeff Silvestrini joins the show to talk about the loss of historical buildings, the Utah Theater and the Millcreek Meetinghouse. We tackle tax reform package plans and what we can do to support or Utah teachers better. All this and more! Full Show December 9, 2019. 

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    December 6, 2019

    Guest hosts Amy Donaldson and Steve Handy on the news of the day

    Amy Donaldson and Steve Handy sit in the hot seats today to give our listeners their thoughts on everything from plastic bags to healthcare, from domestic violence issues to the championship game between Utah and Oregon. 

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    December 5, 2019

    The breakdown of Pelosi vs. McCarthy

    Doug breaks down everything you need to know about Speaker Nancy Pelosi's articles of impeachment announcement and the Republican response from Representative Kevin McCarthy. And Rep. John Curtis and Rep. Rob Bishop join Doug with their responses.

    And we all hate robocalls, but what’s the difference between the legal and illegal calls? Doug talks with David Sonnenreich from the Utah Attorney General’s Office and Rep. Ben McAdams about those annoying calls and how you can keep from falling victim to any nefarious scams. 

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    December 4, 2019

    Is it time for impeachment?

    The next phase of public hearings in the Presidential Impeachment Inquiry started today with four legal professors answering questions on impeaching a president. Doug breaks down the top highlights and questions Rep. Chris Stewart on all things impeachment. 

    And Mitt Romney talks with Doug on youth vaping concerns and a recent hearing on U.S. policy in Iraq and Lebanon. Also, how to keep your Christmas tree alive through the season and how the South Jordan Chamber of commerce is bringing Christmas to thousands of local children. 

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    December 3, 2019

    NATO Summit, special session and giving Tuesday with Doug

    The first ever Avalanche Awareness Week kicks off and Phil Lyman talks with Doug on why he feels so passionate about spreading avalanche awareness. Also, the special legislative session on tax reform is getting closer. Or is it?  Bob Marquadt from Our Schools Now and Senate President Stuart Adams talk special session and tax reform. And President Trump and French President Macron had some tense words for each other on the first day of the NATO Summit. Miles Hanson, President and CEO of World Trade Center Utah, breaks down what has happened between the two leaders and what it could mean for trade and ISIS. Plus, it’s giving Tuesday. Find out about two opportunities to give locally to help kids in need.

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    December 2, 2019

    Keeping kids and your privacy safe online for Cyber Monday

    In Utah, 1 in 5 births was out of wedlock in 2018, but in other states, the numbers are much higher. BYU professor Spencer James gives insight into what this could mean for families across the country. The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to ring bells and collect money for the holiday season. This year, they're adding a feature to donate with your phone. UEA President Heidi Matthews joins Doug in talking about the concerns the UEA sees with recent tax reform proposals. Primary Children's Hospital is launching a new center for Personalized Medicine. Primary Children's Hospital Administrator Dustin Lipson joins Doug in talking about this new Center. 
    Representative Ben McAdams has introduced House Res. 721 last month calling for tech companies to do more to protect minors from exploitation and inappropriate content online. But a lot is already being done in Utah to keep kids safe online. District Attorney Sim Gill talks about what is happening in Salt Lake County and what parents should know to keep their own kids safe. Pete Ashdown, founder of XMission joins Doug in talking facial recognition software.

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    November 26, 2019

    The greatest nation on the face of the Earth, according to Doug

    Ski season is starting at Utah’s ski resorts. Doug talks with Ski Utah on how to make the most of the snow after recent storms. Zion National Park turns 100 this month and it doesn’t look like tourists will stop visiting "Utah’s Mighty 5" anytime soon.  Representative John Curtis joins Doug in discussing his new immigration plan which would allow states to create their own visa programs. And Senator Mike Lee discusses sanctions against Mexican drug cartels. Doug also explains why he thinks the United States is the greatest nation on the face of the Earth.

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    November 25, 2019

    The season of giving and tax restructuring

    As the lawsuit continues between the University of Utah and McCluskey family, questions still exist on what college campuses can do to protect students' safety. Senator Jani Iwamoto is drafting a bill to keep campus safety consistent across the state and she talks with Doug on what considerations she sees as the most important. 
    And the Utah Food Bank is always in need of donations, but what specifically is needed ahead of the Thanksgiving Holiday. President of the Utah Food Bank, Janet Bott talks with Doug on what you can give to help Utah families in need. 
    How will Utah Legislature's tax proposal assist the most vulnerable? Natalie Gochnour talks about what she sees as the biggest effects of the tax restructuring proposal. 
    And the Governor is excited about what Tier 3Gov fuels will mean for Utah’s air quality. He joins Doug to talk about how these fuels work and when you’ll start seeing them at the pump. 
    Also, Doug talks with Boyd Matheson on the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ recent trip to Asia. And Bonnie Cordon, Young Women General President, comes on to talk Giving Machines. 

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    November 21, 2019

    Social media sites are now fact-checkers...or are they?

    Facebook, Twitter and others are adding fact-checking features to their social media platforms, but how much should they be trusted? And Britain’s Conservative Party changed their name to “factcheckUK” on Twitter during a live debate. UofU associate professor Avery Holton joins Doug in discussing how trustworthy fact-checking really is on social media.

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    November 21, 2019

    Is Trump trying to convert his critics?

    President Trump had lunch with prominent GOP leaders on Thursday while impeachment inquiry hearings continued in Congress. Mitt Romney and Susan Collins have both been vocal critics of the president and were two of only three senators who didn’t sign Senator Lindsey Graham’s resolution condemning the impeachment hearings. Kirk Jowers joins Doug to discuss what might happen at the table behind closed doors.

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    November 21, 2019

    Another national monument in D.C.?

    Congressman Jon Curtis joins Doug in discussing a bill he is co-sponsoring to create a National Medal of Honor Monument in Washington, D.C.

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    November 21, 2019

    Amber Alert issued for infant girl kidnapped by mother

    A three-week-old girl was taken from her home Wednesday night. Hear from Clinton Police Lt. Shawn Stoker on what they are looking for and what they need you to look for in order to help in their search for Audrey Westfall.

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    November 21, 2019

    Israel's Prime Minister indicted on criminal charges

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on fraud, breach of trust and bribery charges Thursday. ABC’s Jerusalem correspondent, Jordana Miller, joins Doug in talking about what this could mean for the future. 

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    November 21, 2019

    Doug breaks down Thursday’s impeachment hearing

    Impeachment inquiry hearings continue with Fiona Hill and David Holmes testifying before the House Intelligence Committee Thursday. Doug breaks down what he found to be the biggest key moments. He also comments on Congressman Chris Stewart’s remarks during the hearing.

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    November 20, 2019

    Doug talks impeachment, women's status in Utah and opioid prescriptions

    The impeachment hearing continued today with testimony from Gordon Sondland, and Doug breaks down the highlights and big revelations. Also, Chris Stewart has had the chance to question the impeachment witnesses several times in the last few days. One particular phrase from Stewart caught Doug's ear. Hear what he has to say about the hearing so far and what it could all mean. Also, a new study shows a majority of Utah women believe they have a lower status than men. Susan Madsen joins Doug to break down the difference between perception and reality when it comes to women's status. And prescription drugs may be harder to get a hold of. The Utah Department of Health has some suggestions on best the best practices for when opioids are prescribed.

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    November 19, 2019

    Doug talks impeachment hearings, Utah tourism and Real Monarchs

    The impeachment hearings are dominating the media right now, but there are some good things happening in politics as well. Representative Ben McAdams joins Doug to discuss an initiative to provide more money in researching the causes and additional prevention methods for suicide. And a new study from the Kem C. Gardner Institute shows a sizable increase in tourism dollars coming to the state. Vicky Varela, Managing Director of Utah Office of Tourism breaks the numbers down and shares what’s next for the state. Dell Loy Hansen steps into studio to discuss Real Monarchs as their season ends with a championship win. The Utah Foundation's most recent study says Utahns are below the national average in adopting alternative vehicles. Shawn Teigen, Vice President of the Utah Foundation, discusses the implications of the study. Another study finds Utah is the friendliest state for the middle class. Val Hale from the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development joins Doug to discuss how the state is growing even friendlier for the middle class.

     

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    November 18, 2019

    Crumbling Impeachments and Saving the Utah Theater

    As we enter the second week of the public impeachment hearings, Representative Chris Stewart stated that he thinks the evidence is crumbling, Doug Wright asks the audience if they agree. Dr. Aimee Nussbaum of the March of Dimes breaks down Utah's Premature Birth Report Card in regards to Prematurity Awareness Month. Doug reminiscences about the classic movie theater experience with Pete Ashdown and the Save the Utah Theater project. We learn how we can support our teachers with Utah Education Association President Heidi Matthews concerning American Education Week. And talk agricultural concerns with Utah Farm Bureau President Ron Gibson. 

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    November 15, 2019

    What's new with Utah's state parks?

    Guest hosts Amy Donaldson and Steve Handy talk with Jeff Rasmussen, Director of Utah State Park, on what visitors can expect when they visit the parks during the cold months, what's new in and around the parks, and how Utah is handling a record number of visitors. 

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    November 15, 2019

    Are you ready for the 2019-2020 ski season?

    Guest hosts Amy Donaldson and Steve Handy talk with Anelise Bergin, Director of Communications for Ski Utah, about what's on the menu for this year's ski season. 

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    November 15, 2019

    Sales tax on unprepared food-are you for it or against it?

    Utah lawmakers are proposing a sales tax on unprepared food. Guest hosts Amy Donaldson and Steve Handy talk with Alex Cragun from Utahns Against Hunger and Rusty Cannon from the Utah Taxpayers Association on their differing opinions on the topic. 

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    November 15, 2019

    An inside look at impeachment from a lawyer's perspective

    Most people think about impeachment from a political perspective. But what do the proceedings look like to a lawyer? Greg Skordas, former Chief Deputy Salt Lake County Attorney, breaks down the impeachment proceedings so far from a lawyer's view.

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    November 15, 2019

    And now there is 4. What does this mean for Utah?

    Jon Hunstman Jr. threw his hat into the ring today for the governor's race, making him the fourth Republican candidate to officially announce a bid. Jason Perry, Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics joins Greg Skordas to break down what this latest announcement means and what to look for as we approach election season.

     

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    November 15, 2019

    Interviews with Utah Republican Gubernatorial Candidates: Aimee Winder Newton

    Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton was elected to the Salt Lake County Council with an overwhelming majority in 2013. She touts her success working across the isle as an important factor in her qualifications to be governor. She joins Greg Skordas to discuss the issues that really matter to her for Utah.

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    November 14, 2019

    Can America forgive Lori Loughlin?

    Lori Loughlin was riding high with the revival of Full House and several Hallmark Channel specials until the college admission scandal broke. Now charges are piling up against her and other accused of using illegal methods to get their kids into prestigious schools. Will America ever be able to forgive her? Deseret News reporter Herb Scribner joins Greg Skordas to discuss the latest on the case and what it might take for her to receive public forgiveness.

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    November 14, 2019

    Should Trump be worried by the Kentucky governor's race results?

    Kentucky's incumbent governor conceded today after a recanvassing showed he had lost the race to a Democratic challenger. Greg Skordas looks at the results and what it could mean when a candidate who tied himself heavily to President Trump loses in what was a Trump stronghold in 2016.

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    November 14, 2019

    Interviews with Utah Republican Gubernatorial Candidates: Jeff Burningham

    Jeff Burningham has positioned himself as the political outsider in Utah's gubernatorial race. The Utah entrepreneur points to his business success as something that sets him apart for the office. He joins Greg Skordas to discuss the issues he believes really matter to Utah.

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    November 14, 2019

    Interviews with Utah Republican Gubernatorial Candidates: Spencer Cox

    Lt. Governor Spencer Cox announced his candidacy for governor in May and has been considered the front-runner for several months. With the announcement by Jon Huntsman, Jr. that he is again seeking the office he once held, he is viewed as one of the most likely challengers to Cox's lead. Spencer Cox joins Greg Skordas to discuss his vision for Utah and what makes his campaign unique.

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    November 14, 2019

    Interviews with Utah Republican Gubernatorial Candidates: Jon Hunstman Jr.

    Jon Huntsman Jr. announced his candidacy for governor today. He talks with Doug Wright about what led him to decide to run for a third term and the issues facing Utah that are important to him.

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    November 14, 2019

    Can you donate a stuffed animal for Primary Children's Hospital? UHP need your help

    The Utah Highway Patrol Association is is collecting stuffed animals during their annual Primary Children's Hospital. Sargent Mike Irvine joins Doug to talk about this special event.

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    November 14, 2019

    Can riding an e-bike be just as healthy as riding a regular bike?

    Some cyclists say e-bikes are cheating, but a new study out of BYU shows rising one can be almost as healthy. BYU professor Josh West joins Doug to discuss the surprising results of their study.

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    November 14, 2019

    What cars keep their value in Utah?

    Almost every car loses value, but different cars hold their value better in different areas. Julie Blackley of iSeeCars.com joins Doug to discuss the best cars for holding value in Utah.

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    November 13, 2019

    Doug Wright passes the torch to one of his own former producers

    Doug Wright previews KSL Newsradio's newest afternoon host--Lee Lonsberry. Lee and Doug reminisce about working together in the past and talk plans for the future. 

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    November 13, 2019

    Mitt Romney joins Senate hearing on vaping

    Senator Mitt Romney has questions on vaping. Doug Wright and Romney talk about the Senate hearing on vaping today and what the Senator's biggest concerns are with youth vaping. 

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    November 13, 2019

    What you can do to help the inversion this winter

    It's inversion season along the Wasatch Front, so instead of holding your breath, here's how you can breath a little easier this winter. Doug Wright talks with the Department of Environmental Quality on how to limit emissions. 

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    November 13, 2019

    President Trump and Turkey's President Erdoğan meet

    Doug Wright talks on the meeting between President Trump and Turkey's President Erdoğan in D.C. amid the public impeachment inquiry. President Trumps statement on Turkey and the partnership between the two countries.  

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    November 13, 2019

    The latest on Proposition 4

    Doug Wright talks redistricting and gives an update on proposition 4 following it's passing in November 2018. Two California commissioners join Doug to discuss what they've learned and how it can be applied to Utah's new law. 

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    November 13, 2019

    What is going on with the impeachment inquiry?

    Doug Wright talks impeachment inquiry. Opening statements and questioning began today. Doug breaks down what's happened so far along with his thoughts on what it all means. 

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    November 13, 2019

    Disney Plus launches to fanfare and errors

    Today marks the much anticipated launch of Disney+. Deseret News reporter Herb Scribner joins Doug to discuss both the highs and lows of the launch and trends within the streaming industry.

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    November 13, 2019

    What does it cost to condemn someone to death?

    The recent death of Ron Lafferty of natural causes while waiting on Death Row raises questions about how long someone can live in prison after receiving a death sentence and what the costs are to taxpayers for death row inmates versus those condemned to life in prison. Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff joins Doug to discuss what this case can teach us about crime and punishment in Utah.

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    November 13, 2019

    A 100% tax increase sounds pretty bad...Is it?

    Utah County residents recently found out there could be up to a 100% increase in their property taxes. That sounds pretty bad. But there is more to the story. Utah County Commissioner Bill Lee joins Doug to discuss the details of the proposed tax increase, what it really means, and what is frustrating tax payers.

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    November 12, 2019

    Can we all please follow Mr. Roger's example and be a little kinder?

    Tomorrow is World Kindness Day, a perfect day to be like Mr. Rogers. A viral campaign to wear a cardigan while doing kind deeds is gaining traction. Doug shares the wisdom of Mr. Rogers and others, including our listeners, on how we can all be a little kinder.

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    November 11, 2019

    Your voicemails thanking Veterans and a review of an interview with Ron Lafferty

    Doug Wright talks Veterans Day with voicemails from listeners. The box office big hit, Midway has mixed reviews, hear Doug's take on the controversy around the film. And hear from a family member of a WWII Marine who's remains have recently been found. 

    Doug also re-airs an exclusive interview he had with Ron Lafferty after news today that the death-row inmate died of natural causes. WW

     

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    November 10, 2019

    Marking 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall

    Thirty years ago the Berlin Wall fell, marking the beginning of the end of the Cold War. Doug shares clips from Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan as he recounts the rise and fall of the wall.

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    November 10, 2019

    How do you save money on college? Graduate while in high school!

    Spencer Jackman is graduating BYU this year at the age of 17. He is following a family tradition of graduating early through concurrent enrollment. He and his sister Mikaela join Doug to discuss how a change in family fortunes started the tradition and how it has impacted their family.

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    November 10, 2019

    Utah County is opening the door for more voting by app

    Utah County is allowing people with disabilities who cannot go to the polls to vote by app. The program was first tested this summer with people who were living out of country. Utah County Clerk/Auditor Amelia Powers Gardner joins Doug to discuss the program and how they are securely allowing more people to vote online.

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    November 10, 2019

    What is Utah's relationship with the Mexican communities La Mora and LeBaron?

    In the wake of the brutal killings in Mexico, Carole Mikita joins Doug to share the latest updates. Next, Christopher Blythe of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for
    Religious Scholarship at BYU joins Doug to discuss the long history between these communities and Utah.

     

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    November 10, 2019

    Should we allow more refugees in Utah?

    Governor Herbert released a letter he sent to President Trump requesting more refugees be allowed to come to Utah. What impact does having refugees come to our state have? Aden Batar, Immigration and Refugee Resettlement Director for Catholic Community Services, joins Doug to discuss the importance of the letter and what the impact could be.

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    November 10, 2019

    What impact has #MeToo had on our government?

    The progress of the #MeToo movement is having a significant impact in the public sector. District Attorney for Salt Lake County Sim Gill joins Doug to discuss how things have changed in government because of the movement.

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    November 8, 2019

    Mark Durrant and Jill Atwood talk about the news of the day

    Guest hosts Mark Durrant and Jill Atwood discuss twitter, social media use and the customer lifetime value companies use to size up costumers. Also, a Utah Honor Flight Director comes on and talks about an upcoming flight to D.C. A Vietnam veteran comes in to discuss his time in the military and Jill talks about her role with Department of Veterans Affairs. 

     

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    November 7, 2019

    Utah's Governor's race 2020: Doug chats with the Burninghams

    Doug Wright sits down with Jeff ans Sally Burningham to go over what interested Jeff in throwing in his hat to the 2020 Utah Gubernatorial race. Businessman Jeff Burningham announced his candidacy over the summer. 

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    June 1, 2018

    The touching final segment of the final Doug Wright Show

    Doug Wright's loving wife D joins him on air for the final segment of the final Doug Wright show.

    Doug pays tribute to his wife, the most important thing to come out of KSL and the most important person in his life.  The two met at KSL back in 1980. 

    Doug thanks all those who have made his career at KSL possible, from family to management to producers and to listeners everywhere.

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    June 1, 2018

    Does news radio always flow smoothly?

    KSL's own, Maria Shilaos and Marc Giauque join Doug Wright on the show to discuss some of the great experiences they have had coving the news.

    Things don't always go right.  Doug and his guests talk about some of the mishaps that have happened over the years.

    Everyone will miss Doug dearly.  He has been on the air for years and has been a key part of the community for a very long time.

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    June 1, 2018

    What history has Doug Wright covered over the years?

    Chris Redgrave, former Station Manager at KSL, and Kirk Bench, old friend of Doug Wright, join Doug for a segment on his last broadcast of the Doug Wright show.

    Chris Redgrave used to work very closely with Doug Wright at the station.  They share many fond memories of their time together especially during the Olympics.

    Kirk Bench, owner of Benchmark Books, has been a dear friend of Doug's.  The two of them also discuss many of the incredible experiences they have enjoyed together over the years.

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    June 1, 2018

    Some old friends come to visit Doug for his last show

    Doug Wright broadcasts the final Doug Wright show.  KSL's own Peter Samore comes on air to pay tribute to Doug Wrights amazing skill.  

    John Carter also comes on the air to play Doug an original song.  The two talk, joke, and reminisce together.

    Finally, Woolsey Waldron, an old friend of Doug's, calls into the station.  Woolsey hired Doug on an KCPX years and years ago.  The two also take some time to reminisce.  

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    The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Or follow Doug on Twitter and Instagram @DougWrightShow or on Facebook at facebook.com/DougWrightShowKSL/

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    June 1, 2018

    Where did Doug Wright's producers end up?

    Jeff Whipple pays a visit on Doug Wright's last broadcast of the Doug Wright Show.  He gives a few gifts and looks forward to the continuation of the movie show.

    A few of Doug's past producers, Lee Lonsberry and Kelsey Witt, also stop by to visit and pay tribute.  Lee brings Doug an official congressional record of a speech given on the house floor dedicated to Doug.

    They also reminisce and discuss some of the grand experiences they had working on the show over the years.

    Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/yadt5a9r

    Stitcher Radio: https://tinyurl.com/ycpujy5b

    The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Or follow Doug on Twitter and Instagram @DougWrightShow or on Facebook at facebook.com/DougWrightShowKSL/

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