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Beth Ruyak to Host “Insight”

Veteran Reporter Joins Capital Public Radio

Contact: Constance Crawford

Sacramento, Calif – March 29, 2012: E mmy Award winning journalist Beth Ruyak is the new host of “Insight,” Capital Public Radio’s daily public affairs talk show. Over the last few months, Capital Public Radio conducted a nation - wide search to fill the posit ion vacated by Jeffrey Callison in December.

Ruyak is a se asoned journalist and host who has worked locally and nationally. She’s covered five Olympic Games, three Tour de France bicycle races (becoming the first woman television journalist to cover the event) and guest co - hosted “Good Morning America.” Beth brings personality and warmth to “Insight” and has experience reporting in - depth news . Beth’s first day as host is Monday, April 9.

“Beth’s high level of professionalism and experience will be a welcome addition to our program. As Cali fornia’s Capita l, we have a responsibility to conduct the highest level discourse. Beth Ruyak was selected for her ability to do exactly that, ” says President and General Manager Rick Eytcheson.

More information about Beth Ruyak and “Insight” can be foun d at www.capradio.org/insight.

“Insight” airs Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Capital Public Radio’s New s Station.“Insight” is available anytime online at capradio.org or through the Capital Public Radio app for iPhone, iPad and Android.


Capital Public Radio serves more than 420,000 listeners per week with classical music, jazz, and in - depth news and information. Capital Public Radio also operates California Capitol Network (CCN) pro viding California State Capitol news to a network of over 30 radio stations in California, Nevada, and Oregon. The seven listener - supported, non - commercial frequencies: 88.9 FM (Sacramento), 90.9 FM (Sacramento), 91.7 FM (Groveland), 90.5 FM (Tahoe/Reno), 88.7 FM (Sutter/Yuba City), 88.1 FM (Quincy), and 91.3 FM (Stockton/Modesto) are licensed to Sacramento State.