Radio Veteran Todd Jeffries got his first radio job in 1985 and has never looked back. Todd is the recipient of numerous Katie awards from the Dallas Press club as well as awards from Texas Associated Press Broadcasters and the Texas Medical Association. Todd and his wife Sarah along with their 2 children Macy and Gage make their home in Cedar Park.
Don Pryor is a lifelong, fourth generation Austinite. Don’s father Cactus Pryor had him sitting in front of a microphone on his daily radio show from their home practically before he could walk! Don also performs a comedy act around the country and is a veteran musician who plays drums on the local Austin music scene. Don and wife Kim live in Southwest Austin.
Host Joe has spent the last several years studying and participating in various day trading products. He has settled on Delta Trading group and Price Action Trading as the winning group and trading techniques. Each week he invites the guests to a free visit to the trading room so they can see, hear, and witness for themselves how the group creates wealth. The founder of Delta Trading Group, Dr. Vance Cast, has 26 years of trading experience in the computer programming of institutional trading. He educates on proprietary, successful trading strategies, and shares trade secrets the trading institutions don't want people to know.
Jersey Joe Sangillo delivers his unique perspective on national and international news and social commentary with a mix of straightforward Jersey attitude against a fun backdrop of pop culture. He is joined by a lineup of rotating guest hosts including notables like Sue Ann Penna, the smart and savvy former host of the online radio show Common Sense NJ, who focuses on state issues, and Paul Sangillo who serves as Contributing Guest Commentator.
Kevin and Bean is the morning show on KROQ-FM, an alternative rock-format radio station in Los Angeles, California. It is hosted by Kevin Ryder and Gene "Bean" Baxter. The show has been on the air since 1990 and intersperses music and news with comedy, celebrity interviews, listener call-ins, and live music performances.
From fascinating innovations that reshape technology to shifting demographics that transform the nation, from political leaders to pop culture icons – what happens in Texas drives the American narrative. So why let New York, Washington and Los Angeles shape our sense of the world?
Texas Standard is setting a new bar for broadcast news coverage, offering crisp, up-to-the-moment coverage of politics, lifestyle and culture, the environment, technology and innovation, and business and the economy – from a Texas perspective – and uncovering stories as they happen and spotting the trends that will shape tomorrow’s headlines.
The Lounge Show airs on KOOP, 91.7 FM in Austin, Texas, on Saturday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to noon, and is hosted by your morning man, Jay Robillard.
The Lounge Show is premium Hi-Fi kitschy fun, featuring Mambos, cha cha's, exotica, easy listening, catchy instrumentals, jet set, movie and TV soundtracks, male and female crooners, big band, swing, nifty jazz, pop orchestras, moog ditties, bossa nova, vintage commercials, and comedy bits.
It has received several "Best of Austin" Chronicle awards, as well as receiving attention in the Austin American-Statesman, Billboard Magazine, and the New York Times.
Jay Robillard has worked on the airwaves as a disc jockey since 1975, first working at his dad's radio station in Haynesville, LA (KLVU), then moving on to several college stations (WUTS in Sewanee, TN; KLSU in Baton Rouge, LA; and KTSB and KUT in Austin, TX). He's been a D.J. at KOOP since it went on the air. The first Lounge Show aired December 31, 1994, and it's been a favorite on KOOP ever since.
Mark's primary duty at KLBJ is to keep Sgt. Sam and Ed from strangling each other during Austin's Morning News on KLBJ. Listen to the show any weekday between 5:30 and 10 and you'll know why that is no easy task. Mark, Ed and Sgt. Sam take on the biggest and most controversial stories facing Austin. Sometimes we have to spray the guys with the fire extinguisher from the staff lounge, but that's ok .
Un programa de una hora, de lunes a viernes, que provee información y entrevistas de los personajes más conocidos del fútbol internacional y el análisis de las mejores historias del día. Presentado por Andrés Cantor.
Dr. Michael Savage is a multimedia icon in the conservative movement, heard by millions of listeners a week across the United States. He is also the author of 25 books, including four New York Times best-sellers. In 2007, his media presence and profile earned him the coveted “Freedom of Speech Award” from Talkers Magazine.
Carl Stuart is an Independent Registered Investment Advisor. He manages approximately $340 million, primarily on a fee basis, and has been in the business for 32 years. Carl has been married to his wife, Claire, for more than 40 years and has three children. In 2002, he was honored by Registered Representative, a national magazine, as one of the top 10 advisors in the United States.
Together, Dr. Howard and Suzie discuss REAL Food, REAL Science, REAL Nutrition, and practical applications for REAL Results. With their most basic belief being that your health is your responsibility, they encourage you to think for yourself; for your health is decided by the choices you make day to day. If you are interested in improving your health & lifestyle, but tired of being handed pills, or given the same useless and discouraging answers, listen as they debunk falsities and replace them with TRUTH. Tune in and take back the power of your own health.
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