Noam’s love for radio began years ago, as a young boy in Trenton, New Jersey, when he would sneak his clock radio under the covers and listen to late night talk radio stars Sally Jesse Raphael, Irv Homer and Bernard Meltzer. Geeky perhaps, but a premonition for what was in store for him.
John Dromgoole hosts the longest, continuously running, organic gardening talk show in the United States (and quite possibly the whole world). For the last thirty-three years on KLBJ AM 590, he has shared his passion and extensive knowledge of organic gardening. Originally broadcast on Saturday mornings, he eventually picked up Sunday mornings, too. His show, GARDENING NATURALLY, is unique in that it takes a non-chemical approach to gardening. John's main focus is protecting the environment while enriching the soil and growing healthier plants. This has proven to be a popular subject for both listeners and advertisers, as the program sells out all advertising space every spring.
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.
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.
With over 30 years in broadcasting as a news anchor, sports anchor, weather person, feature reporter, talk show host, investigative reporter, documentarian and commentator in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Diego, Larry Mendte has become a staple in media. He was not only the first host of Access Hollywood, but he later wrote and directed "Alex Scott: A Stand for Hope," a documentary that won the national Sigma Delta Chi Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards, 11 Film Festivals, 12 Emmys and is on permanent exhibit at the Paley Center. The documentary led to an annual telethon that has raised over 15 million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Mendte was responsible for changing two state laws in Illinois after a series of reports on school bus safety and it was his series of commentaries on 9/11 First Responders that helped pass the Zadroga 9/11 First Responders health and compensation bill.
A co-host of Religion on the Line since its beginning in 1982, Rabbi Joseph Potasnik is noted for his passion, his warmth and his humor. A popular guest and commentator on local and national radio and television programs, he couples enthusiasm for social issues with the wise insights of the Jewish tradition. He carries these unique skills over to his work at Congregation Mount Sinai in Brooklyn Heights, NY; to his role as Executive Vice President of the New York Board of Rabbis; and to his chaplaincy of the New York City Fire Department.
Funny...topical...irreverant. You think it...he says it! All describe "Imus in the Morning", heard on 84 radio stations coast to coast and now simulcast on Fox Business Network (FBN). The I-Man has entertained millions of listeners in New York and across the country for decades with humor, perspective, and biting commentary that has won him fans of all ages. Imus in the Morning offers a mix of current affairs, politics, money news, entertainment, and sports. It's a regular stop on the circuit for no-holds-barred interviews with Washington insiders, pundits, best-selling authors, politicians, and cultural icons.
Here’s your opportunity to get the updates on Wall Street and how it will impact your portfolio. The Financial Hour is every Saturday morning from 10 to 11 on WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5
The Mortgage Radio Show is brought to you by Network Capital Funding Corporation, your National Direct Lender. Your hosts, Celebrity Teressa Strasser and Sean Meador, are committed to helping you find the right mortgage product for your needs. Listen each week as we deliver the most accurate and reliable information, up-to-the-minute interest rates, and the most current loan programs available. We understand that every borrower is different and we offer a variety of products to meet your individual requirements. By tuning into the Mortgage Radio Show, we will educate you about current news and trends in the industry, and help simplify the process of securing a mortgage so you can make sound financial choices! You will find that the skill, professionalism, and consideration we give to each of our clients make getting your loan a successful endeavor…
Start your weekend with a smile as Joe Bartlett gets your Saturdays running with the WOR Saturday Morning Show. Listening to the WOR Saturday Morning Show with Joe Bartlett is like sitting at the breakfast table with one of the most likeable guys in New York.
The Rush Limbaugh Show is America's most listened to radio talk show, broadcast on over 600 radio stations.
José Antonio Álvarez y Roxana Garcia hacen que se te olvide el tráfico de la tarde con una mezcla muy picante de farándula y entretenimiento. Lunes a Viernes de 3pm a 7pm.
Gracias por ser nuestro compañero de viaje en esta búsqueda hacia nuestro mejoramiento personal. Desde www.profemorales.com y en el programa radial contamos con las mejores mentes para hacer nuestro camino más fácil. Estamos para crecer juntos en esta unión hacia una conciencia universal carente de mezquindad. Desde las 12 de la noche del sábado y hasta las 6 de la mañana del domingo, los espero para cumplir nuestra meta: ¡Crecer en compañía!.
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Dr. Calapai is Board Certified in Family Medicine Board Certified in Anti Aging Medicine Board Certified in Chelation Therapy Dr Calapai's approach is a comprehensive in nature, evaluating all of the causes of illness, and taking into consideration a full understanding of each patient. The more we comprehend, the more able we are to accurately diagnose and treat disease. Education is an essential part of the doctor patient relationship, and he strives to teach as much as possible so that they can come away with considerably more information than ever before. Whether in office or on the radio, the goal is to make even complex things easier to understand. In so many cases there are far more causes of illness than meets the eye. As we evaluate all causes we can attain far greater results.
Hosted by Brian Kilmeade of the top rated morning show in cable news, Fox and Friends. Brian will offer his take on the top stories of the day, with newsmakers and guest experts offering their insight and perspective, along with segments featuring the top personalities of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. And, of course, listener’s point-of-view and discussion are always welcome. And it’s all presented by affable, everyman … Brian
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.
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.
George Noory took over the Coast To Coast AM reins from retiring Art Bell on January 1st, 2003; becoming the host of America's most fascinating overnight radio program. Syndicated nationwide, Coast To Coast takes a detailed look at the paranormal, extraterrestrial and other topics typically overlooked by more mainstream media outlets. Other highlights of George's life include serving nine years in the U.S. Naval Reserve and winning three Emmy Awards as a news executive. But he says manning the helms of Coast to Coast AM has been a pinnacle in his life.
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