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Regina broadcasters Pedersen and Maragos go digital with new online shows

Costa Maragos sits on an in-construction set studio where his show In Real Time with Costa Maragos is to be produced at IKS Media and Technology in Regina, Saskatchewan


Want the inside scoop on some of the latest news around the world…well, Costa is here to fill you in with a new episode of In Real Time with Costa Maragos. Make sure you watch, as our line-up of guests is going to keep you on the edge of your seat. • Julie Stewart-Binks, Fubo TV/Fubo Sports• John Hewson – TCM Mediation• Warren Steinley, MP – Regina Lewvan• Tyler Smith, Former Humbolt Broncos• Oboise Umobuarie, Musician

December 17, 2020

Check out more interviews, clips and segments!

Good Evening Everyone and welcome to In Real Time with Costa Maragos. We have a great show in store for you tonight, that will for sure get you into the holiday spirit.

“Like you, I’m seeking clear guidance and answers to sometimes complicated lives.”

— Costa Maragos

In Real Time Interviews and Clips

We take you back to some our interviews and topic
highlights we did within Saskatchewan.

We sat down with Rod Pedersen on the set of his show The Rod Pedersen Show! Check out Costa Maragos doing his first interview in over 7 years.
There are strong signs out there showing Saskatchewan roads are safer to drive on, but there are still some trouble spots.
This is no time for complacency in the fight to prevent the spread of the COVID virus. This is according to Dr. Anne Huang, Saskatchewan’s former Deputy Medical Health officer.
With the recent release of Saskatchewan’s back to school plan, we are hearing a lot of talk about whether or not it’s safe for students and teachers to be returning to classrooms.
Junior Hockey season at risk. 🏒 It’s not just about the money for the Regina Pats Hockey Club. There are other immense challenges to starting the season for WHL teams as they deal with the pandemic.
A look back at our interview with Tyler McMurchy from SGI, where we asked him about impaired driving in Saskatchewan and what SGI has been doing to keep the numbers low.

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