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The Cameron Knowles Show was a current events radio talk show on WSGW-AM 790 in Saginaw, Michigan from 1997-2002. The show featured local topics, authors and call-in topics Mondays through Fridays. Regular features included an open line segment called 'Talk Back Tuesday', the 'People Poll' on Mondays and a daily commentary entitled "A Piece of My Mind" on the WSGW morning show.
The show was hosted by Cameron Knowles, who had been a reporter on WSGW from 1989-1996.
The show initially aired from 3:00 until 5:30 PM, replacing a local news program called "Afternoon Drive". It eventually wsa extended to 6:00 PM. The show followed the Rush Limbaugh show. The show was followed by WSGW's Evening Round-up, a news show.
In 1998, the show made Michigan state-wide news when a candidate for state office was arreted during the program.
In 2000, the program was awarded a Merit Award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Knowles espoused a generally Libertarian point of view when talking about politics. He spoke the Libertarian party's 2001 state convention in Frankenumth, Michigan.
Knowles left to work with the Saginaw Spirit Hockey Club in 2002, and the program was succeeded by the Bill O'Reilly radio show. Knowles then worked with the Durham Bulls Baseball Club in 2007. He currently is a freelance journalist and is a consultant based in North Carolina.