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“FreightWaves Radio” call-in show ready to go on the air

FreightWaves, provider of news, data and market analysis for the freight and logistics industry, announces “FreightWaves Radio,” a live, weekly call-in show for navigating the freight markets that will broadcast exclusively on SiriusXM.

Through a partnership with SiriusXM’s Road Dog Trucking Radio channel 146, FreightWaves market experts will share business insights and behind-the-scenes intelligence gained from its global network of reporters and freight market data tools.

“Beholden to no one and drawing from a deep reservoir of tribal knowledge, FreightWaves will boldly go where others fear to tread,” said Craig Fuller, founder and CEO of the Chattanooga TN-based FreightWaves.”

The radio program will explore the rise of technology, the flow of money and how the economy is impacting the trucking industry over the short- and long-term. Topics will range from driver issues and truck technology, to economic drivers impacting freight volumes, rates, and seasonal surges in movements. The live show will also bring perspective on the economic health of transport companies, and the climate of venture investing in trucking and logistics.

“FreightWaves Radio” will air every Saturday from 3 pm to 5 pm EST on SiriusXM’s Road Dog Trucking Radio channel 146 beginning February 23, 2019.

Hosts Chad Prevost and John Kingston will provide real-time insights to SiriusXM’s Road Dog listeners, distilling the freight industry’s changes and challenges into an easily digestible format.

Prevost, a freight analyst and executive producer for multimedia at FreightWaves, also co-hosts FreightWaves’ weekly “What the Truck?!?” podcast, which takes a lighthearted look at the week’s top stories alongside deeper dives into specific topic areas. Kingston, an oil market expert and editor at large for FreightWaves, brings years of expertise covering markets ranging from petroleum to Wall Street.

Visit www.freightwaves.com or www.siriusxm.com for complete details.

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