Why I Support WBHM and the SED: Paul Blutter
Paul Blutter is a civic-minded businessman and father of two who appreciates stories from the Southern Education Desk at WBHM. He’s originally from New York and now lives in Homewood.
“We love living here,” says Blutter. “It’s a great place to raise kids. And I think as parents, we all have to make important decisions about our children’s education. There are excellent public school systems here in the Birmingham Metro area, excellent private schools, and in order to make those decisions properly, we need to have all the information.”
That’s where the Southern Education Desk comes in, he says.
“It has objective reporting. I think they put the stories in their proper context, and how they affect other aspects of our lives …. It doesn’t report in a vacuum, and it doesn’t report necessarily positive or negative stories. It reports the stories.”
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