FRANKFORT – Senator Robin Webb, D-Grayson, appeared on the regional television program “Wild Kentuckiana Live” Sunday in Louisville. She was not hunting or fishing with the show’s host, but rather talking about protecting the rights of hunters and anglers with Tom Chamberlain.
“As sportsmen and women, we must stand united as our rights to hunt and fish are constantly under attack,” said Senator Webb. “As I promote the rights of hunters and anglers, I find that education serves as a very effective tool. I am always pleased to be able to talk about these issues – not only to keep my fellow sportsmen and women informed, but also to make others aware.”
Senator Webb is a longtime proponent of the rights of sportsmen and women. She advocates for their rights locally, statewide and nationally. Senator Webb is the founder and a co-chair of the Kentucky Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus and is president of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucus.
The mission of the show is to show an entertaining outdoor experience, while educating and promoting outdoor sports. The target audience is men, women and children with an interest in outdoor sports.
The show airs live in Louisville on Sundays on Channel 21 and WBNA. Each week, the show re-airs nine times during the week. It can also be seen on youtube.
Wild Kentuckiana Live is viewed by 2.4 million households each time it airs. Chamberlain said the weekly show guests have included other legislators, Super Bowl winning quarterback, major league baseball player, and other interested in outdoor sports.
Chamberlain also hosts and produces his own national show, Lightsout Outdoors. He has invited Senator Webb to join him and other legislators for a turkey hunt on Lightsout Outdoors.
Senator Webb represents the 18th senatorial district that includes Boyd, Carter and Greenup counties.