“The Hinckley Report” marks its 100th episode when the weekly series returns for its fourth season Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m. on KUED.
Produced in partnership with the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics, “The Hinckley Report” provides insight and analysis into the most pressing political issues facing the state.
Host Jason Perry, Utah’s top journalists, lawmakers and policy experts discuss each week’s events and political news, offering a spectrum of diverse perspectives. Season four of “The Hinckley Report” will cover what’s current at the local and national level as it relates to Utah, including the Salt Lake City mayor’s race, next year’s legislative session, the inland port and the 2020 presidential elections.
This season, every episode of “The Hinckley Report” will be available as a podcast, so anyone can listen to Utah’s weekly news roundup anytime, anywhere. Listeners can subscribe using a variety of podcast apps.
KUED’s Director of Content Lisa D. Olken said, “I am excited to launch the fourth season of Utah’s only primetime, political news series. It helps me understand the world around me, and I hope viewers feel the same way.”
At a time when divisive political news dominates headlines, “The Hinckley Report” provides unbiased and civil roundtable discussions that unpack the issues Utahns face in an insightful and engaging way.
Full episodes of “The Hinckley Report” are available to watch on kued.org/whatson/the-hinckley-report.
“The Hinckley Report” airs Fridays at 7:30 p.m. on KUED.