Fox News zeroing in on Midtown Walmart story

By | March 6th, 2012 | 1 Comment

Fox News is requesting interviews with people involved in the Midtown Walmart debate.

The Midtown Walmart story might be getting the Fox News treatment.

A booker with the weekend edition of the show Fox & Friends has been reaching out to people involved in the issue, including anti-Walmart petitioner Grant Stern, to set up interviews.

Also likely to be on their list: Alicia Coker, who started a Facebook group on Monday called “Bring Walmart to Midtown” that, as of noon on Tuesday, March 6, has 21 members.

There is no word yet on when the Fox segment might run, but we’ll update when we find out more.

Related Links

“Despite setback, Walmart to move forward in Midtown”
“Midtown developer asks city to reject Walmart zoning request”
“Opinion: City should reject Walmart zoning request”
“Puerto Rican business group supports Midtown Walmart”
“Midtown Walmart Would Force Art Fairs Out”
“Plans for Midtown Walmart emerge with zoning request”
“Op-ed: Midtown Walmart will hurt job growth, local businesses”

This post was produced in partnership with Open Media Miami.

Follow Beached Miami on Twitter (@beachedmiami) and Facebook and email and RSS.


One Comment on “Fox News zeroing in on Midtown Walmart story”

  1. 1 Heidi Nietert said at 4:18 pm on March 11th, 2012:

    Please see this breaking HuffPost story and the 10 seconds that was banned by Walmart!


Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.