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Joe Kovacs


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Zoomed image of mysterious orange light seen Jan. 9 near Van Buren, Ark. (photo: Col. Brian Fields, USAF, ret.)

WND executive news editor Joe Kovacs will appear this morning on Oklahoma City’s KTOK Newsradio, which can be heard at 1000 on the AM dial or online at KTOK.com.

Kovacs will be discussing his exclusive story solving the mystery of colorful lights in Arkansas skies, originally described as being “not of this world” by a veteran F-16 fighter pilot.

He is slated to join KTOK’s Reid Mullins for at least 5 minutes at 8:05 a.m. Eastern Time (7:05 a.m. Central).

Kovacs is a 24-year veteran of the news media, winning numerous first-place awards from the Associated Press and United Press International.

He ran television newsrooms in Miami and West Palm Beach, Fla., broadcast network radio news for 10 years, and was an editor for the Budapest Business Journal in Budapest, Hungary, before joining WND in 1999.


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