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‘Good Morning, Belfast!’ Coming to TV and Radio

Press release

Good Morning, Belfast! is a new broadcast media program  that will be coming to TV viewers and radio listeners in Waldo and Knox County, Maine. The vision of Good Morning, Belfast! is “Celebrating the Good Life in Belfast and Waldo County.”


Good Morning, Belfast! will be broadcast on Tuesday and Thursday from 8 to 9 a.m. The show is scheduled to begin airing in early March.

The program will cover the arts, business and community affairs and will feature interviews with guests and performances by local musicians and entertainers. It will also include segments on “Notable Belfastians,” “Fun and Fascinating Facts of Waldo County,” and “Look Who’s Coming to Town,” along with other timely and thought-provoking items to inform and entertain its audience.

Good Morning, Belfast! will be carried on these community media: Belfast Community TV (BCTV) Cable Channel 2; Rockland Community Television’s Maine Coast TV station; Belfast Community Radio (BCR) WBFY 100.9 F.M. The combined audience for the show is projected to reach over 30,000 households in Midcoast Maine.

“Belfast Community TV is pleased to be co-producing this program with WBFY and sharing the program with Community TV in Knox County. This project shows the cooperative spirit among community media in Midcoast Maine,” says Ned Lightner, station manager of Belfast Community TV.

The program’s creators are George Frangoulis and Ned Lightner. Frangoulis will be the show’s producer and host, while his spouse, Kristin Frangoulis, will be the show’s co-host. Lightner, will be in charge of technical production and direction of Good Morning, Belfast!


George and Kristin Frangoulis
George and Kristin Frangoulis

Currently, George Frangoulis also hosts WBFY’s Farmstead Radio Show that airs on Wednesday at 6 p.m.; Kristin Frangoulis hosts WBFY’s Poetry by the Bay that airs on Sunday at 4 p.m.

For more information, please see the website: www.GoodMorningBelfast.com