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Live On Sunday Night, It's Bill Cunningham!
Live On Sunday Night, It's Bill Cunningham!
America in the Morning is America’s favorite early morning news magazine program offering a full hour of informative and entertaining radio. Read More
America in the Morning includes up-to-the minute coverage of breaking news, on-scene reports, highly produced feature stories loaded with actualities and natural sound. Plus the morning essentials: weather, business, sports and lighter material guaranteed to make you smile.
Since 1988, Doug has provided his constantly growing national audience with an entertaining, informative, stimulating and friendly start to the day, bringing together a unique combination of celebrity guests, news, weather, politics, entertainment, sports and business. Read More
Doug took over sole ownership of Good Day in 1991, acting not only as its host, but as its producer and salesman as well. Although he now has support staff producing the program from New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., California, Chicago, and Florida, as well as from his native Massachusetts, he is still able to make sure that the show remains true to its original philosophy. In a climate in which talk radio is too often associated with anger and abuse, the Good Day program has remained courteous, fair and balanced. Doug doesn't take vacations - as listeners know, he takes them with him wherever he goes, and can be found on the air even on Christmas and New Year's Day. He takes an American road trip each winter, visiting dozens of affiliates around the country and meeting their management and listeners in order to hear their concerns and feedback on the program. He brought Good Day to Bosnia and to the World Trade Center site in New York City after September 11, 2001. He has also broadcast live from cities and towns across Europe, from China, and from Africa, bringing up-to-the-minute global information to local listeners. His impressive list of celebrity guests has included the biggest names from the worlds of politics, sports, media and the arts: former President Bill Clinton, Senator John McCain, Gloria Allred, John Elway, Dan Marino, Florence Griffith Joyner, Maureen Dowd, Tom Brokaw, Regis Philbin, Roger Ebert, Mary Higgins Clark, Julie Andrews, John Lithgow and Carmen Electra, to name just a few. No one knows radio like Doug. Listen and find out for yourself why people all across America are waking up to Good Day. - Visit Doug Stephan's Website
Known for his quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality, Beck has attracted millions of viewers and listeners. Read More
Glenn Beck is a talk radio and TV personality whose quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality has helped him attract a devoted following nationwide. His show, The Glenn Beck Program,is the third highest-rated national radio talk show among adults ages 25 to 54. In addition to his daily radio show, Beck recently launched a self-titled national TV show on CNN Headline News. Beck made his radio debut at the age of 13 in Seattle. After graduating high school, Beck pursued his career as a Top 40 DJ at stations across the country. Beck is married with four kids and resides in Connecticut.
Who is Rush Limbaugh? In 'Who's Who,' he's listed as the founder of the Limbaugh Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies. Read More
In the dictionary you'll find his picture under 'incisive political commentary.' With half his brain tied behind his back just to make it fair, Rush confronts and confounds liberals with the Truth. He skewers their schemes, obliterates their obfuscation, punctures their pretensions, and laughs long and loud at liberal legerdemain. He is the most entertaining and listened-to radio host in America. But isn't that only what you'd expect from a man with talent on loan from God?
Patrick Reusse first hit the Twin Cities media scene as a sportswriter in 1968 at the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Dispatch, then later made his radio debut in 1980 as the co-host of Sunday Night SportsTalk on AM 1500 KSTP with Joe Soucheray. Read More...
Reusse now tackles the world of sports every afternoon from noon to 2pm during his weekday show Reusse on Sports. One of the Twin Cities most well-known media personalities, Reusse previously had written four-to-five columns per week for the Star Tribune over the past two decades. He continues in his role as a sports columnist with the paper, but has scaled back his writing to two columns per week. I see doing five radio shows as a more challenging task than writing five columns per week,'' Reusse said. "Red Smith, the greatest sports columnist of all-time, once was asked why he didn't try another area of the newspaper and said, 'When I need a column, I always know where to find the dugout.' Patrick Reusse continues from 2-4pm each afternoon with Joe Soucheray, co-hosting SportsTalk, the show that started it all!
Sure, there are lots of sports shows around the radio these day, but this is the one that started it all! SportsTalk™ has launched careers...created characters that led to new careers...and has even been used as the model for entire radio formats. Read More...
Oh, they've tried to imitate SportsTalk™ over the years, but none have been able to duplicate the spontaneous hilarity, off-beat observations, and the antics that Joe Soucheray and Patrick Reusse bring to the show. Most recently a show heard exclusively on Saturday mornings, SportsTalk™ is now on-air from 2-4pm every weekday afternoon, as well as 10a-12n every Saturday morning. Tune in for the events of the day, with the unique commentary from two of the Twin Cities most popular media personalities, Joe and Pat.
After more than a decade of co-hosting the "World's Most Widely Listened-To Sports-Talk Show" with Patrick Reusse on AM 1500 KSTP, Joe Soucheray began hosting an afternoon radio show...solo. Read More
Joe's first act was to establish his own town, Garage Logic, where, unlike any other town in Minnesota (and the USA?), Common Sense is the single guiding principle. It is located "down the road from Diversityville, but not as far as Liberal Lakes." Since its inception, listeners have been relocating to this growing municipality in record numbers. The last census showed Garage Logic as the state's fourth largest city with a population of 100,000. As the self-appointed Mayor of Garage Logic, Joe is sometimes referred to as "Your Honor." He and G.L. residents enjoy power equipment (chain saws, weed whips, belt sanders, etc.), interrogating candidates for public office in their garages, the cohesiveness of neighborhoods, and minding their own business. Joe's well-known hobby is restoring antique boats. Before he became Mayor, Joe's checkered past included many diverse occupations ... assembly-line worker and faucet manufacturer, corrugated cardboard worker and rock band drummer ("Bananas"). In addition to holding down his weekly Mayoral post on AM 1500 KSTP, Joe also is a featured columnist in the St. Paul Pioneer-Press. He also is affectionately referred to as "the kindly curmudgeon." - Visit The Official Garage Logic Website
How many radio psychologists have been engineers on the space program, have worked on archeology digs in the south of France and enjoy hot air ballooning? Only one: Dr. Joy Browne. Read More
Dr. Joy’s nationally syndicated daily radio show can be heard on the WOR Radio Network weekdays from 12-3pm Eastern time, and is the longest running program of its kind. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Joy is beloved by her listeners for providing advice that is compassionate, practical and substantive. With a quick wit and an ability to cut to the heart of the issue, Dr. Joy guides her millions of loyal fans through the trials and travails of their daily lives, always asking them, "What’s the question?" She dishes out advice on everything from marriage and workplace issues to Broadway’s hits and misses, and weekend movies worth seeing. Dr. Joy has won numerous awards for her work including the American Psychological Associations President’s Award and the Talkers Magazine award for Best Female Talk Show Host (two years in a row). She was also listed as #10 on the list of the 25 Greatest Radio Talk Show Hosts of All Time, and has been named one of the 100 Most Influential Talk Show Hosts nine times. Dr. Joy has also been nominated for News/Talk National Personality of the Year as well as Syndicated Talk Show of the Year by Radio & Records Magazine, and can frequently be seen on television as a guest on shows such as CBS’ The Early Show, Oprah Winfrey and Larry King Live. Dr. Joy is also an accomplished author. Her books include: It’s A Jungle Out There Jane, Dating for Dummies, The Nine Fantasies That Will Ruin Your Life, and, Getting Unstuck. Dating Disasters, Joy’s newest book, will be on shelves in February 2005. In addition to her professional pursuits, Dr. Joy is an active volunteer. She was on the board of directors of the Herbert G. Birch Summer Project, helping to run a camp for children and families living with HIV and AIDS, and also worked extensively with the Salvation Army to provide counseling after the World Trade Center disaster. She is on the Advisory Council of the Mayor’s Commission Against Domestic Violence, and is President of the Dr. Joy to the World Foundation, which is currently involved in researching male sexual abuse. Before finding her way to the airwaves, Dr. Joy was a teacher, private practice therapist and social service director for the Boston Redevelopment Authority, in addition to her work on the space program and her time as an archeologist. She holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Northeastern University as well as a B.A. from Rice University, and also did Post Doctoral work at Tufts Medical School. Joy is the mother of one daughter, and keeps herself inspired by dancing and practicing yoga and pilates (when she is not hot air ballooning, that is). Although she has lived in many American cities, Dr. Joy currently resides in New York. After ten years in the Big Apple, she is truly proud to be a New Yorker.
Each Saturday morning, listeners get geared up for the Home and Garden Show, hosted by Loren Kohnen, resident handyman, and the garden expert Mike Hibbard. Read More
Once the three-hour how-to call-in show ends, there's no telling how many people go directly to the nearest hardware or garden store, eager to tackle their next do-it-yourself projects. Loren is a past president of the Minnesota Building Officials and owner of his own building inspection business. Mike Hibbard is the resident horticulturalist at Bachman's Garden Centers.
An award-winning journalist with more than 30 years experience reporting on global events, Gross has covered major stories including the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II, the terrorist attacks of September 11, Timothy McVeigh and the Iraq War. Read More
Gil previously hosted The Gil Gross Show for CBS and was the trusted, primary substitute through the years for both Paul Harvey and Charles Osgood.
Ron Ananian knows his craft. For over 20 years, motorists have received quality, honest work with a smile at Ron's repair facility, R/A Automotive. Read More
"We fix everything but a broken heart," says Ron. Based in Waldwick, New Jersey, this family–owned professional service business has been named the best in the country by CARQUEST Corporation and the New Jersey Automotive Mechanical Shop of the Year. It's all in the family. Growing up, Ron learned some valuable lessons from his father, a mechanic who serviced President Franklin Roosevelt's DC–3 aircraft during World War II. He got the repair bug helping his father tune up the family car in time for an annual vacation. "He taught me to respect tools and machines. My dad, who worked as the lead mechanic for American Airlines at LaGuardia Airport, would say, 'There is a place for everything and everything in its place'. "Think your way through the problem, use your head, be precise, select the right tool for the job and you'll find your way," explains Ron, who got hands–on experience as a teenager taking apart and repairing anything mechanical from lawnmowers, motorcycles, and cars to even a washing machine. Ron and his capable staff help the motoring public find the best treatment for a car's little hiccups and the bigger ones, too. Crowned the Technician's Technician by Motor Magazine and known to millions as Ron Ananian The Car Doctor™. Ron gives motorists helpful tips on how to avoid repair fraud and deception. Drawing upon over 30 years of repair experience, he tells listeners about even further changes expected in the evolution of the automobile.
Looking back on George's life and his passion for all things unexplained, it seems almost fated that he would fulfill this unique role. Read More
While still a teenager, George joined NICAP, the UFO organization that was a precursor to today's MUFON. George immersed himself in the field, "so much so that I decided I wanted to go into broadcasting in order to do unusual stories in the paranormal and stories that the mainstream media didn't want to touch," he told After Dark. Indeed, George's very first broadcast interview, while a young radio reporter for Detroit's WCAR-AM, was with Roswell expert/physicist Stanton Friedman, whom he has remained a lifelong friend with. Now with a 30-year history in the broadcasting field under his belt in such positions as executive television news producer and news director, George brings a wide swath of experience to the table. In fact, at age 28 he was the youngest major news market news director in the country when he was at KMSP-TV in Minneapolis. But it was just a couple of years ago that he came to the attention of Premiere Radio Networks, who heard him on his late-night radio program on KTRS in St. Louis. Known as "the Nighthawk," George's penchant for covering paranormal topics with enthusiasm and skill impressed Premiere. He was then brought on board to host the Sunday night Coast to Coast show. And as Art's back problems became more severe, George was honored to fill in for him on a regular basis. "Coast to Coast AM may just be the most unusual show I have ever witnessed or been a part of. You really almost have to be born into that arena, I think, in order to handle it. I was very lucky in that's the way I was guiding my own career. It was this thirst to really get to the bottom of some of these stories that kept pushing me," George said. 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 certainly manning the helms of Coast to Coast AM is a pinnacle for George, allowing him to pursue the unexplained on a grand scale. It's become his destiny to guide the huge audience from more than 500 radio stations through the night in this dynamic format created by Art Bell. - Visit his Official Website
Each weekend we bring you the opportunity to catch up on the week's top "Hits" from the world of talk radio when Doug Stephan counts down the ten biggest topics as determined by the staff at Talker's Magazine. Read More
his show is all about Top 10! We bring you the top shows in television, the top movies at the box office and on home video, the top business and sports stories and, most importantly, you'll hear the perspectives from talk radio callers across the country. Doug also interviews the world's top Talk radio hosts, taking our listeners to hot spots for the real story, not just what the news media is reporting. The Editor and Publisher of Talker's magazine, Michael Harrison, gives his perspective on the Top 10 along with Talker's Washington Bureau Chief and Fox News Analyst, Ellen Ratner. Chuck Curry brings us the latest reviews and news from the big screen and Brill Bundy, television editor from Zap 2 it.com, has the first review anywhere of the past week's top ten television shows. You'll also hear from hosts like Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Dr. Joy Brown, George Noorey, Ed Schultz, Al Franken - and sooner or later your favorite local talk radio host. The TalkRadio Count Down Show is heard every weekend on over two hundred radio stations, on Sirius Satellite at "Sirius Left 143" and on the Internet where you can tune in right here on the web site 6am - 9am every Saturday morning. If you want to catch up on the happenings in your world every weekend tune into Doug Stephan's TalkRadio Count Down Show - it's the hottest program in Talk Radio. - Talk Radio Countdown Website
Kim Komando is the host of The Kim Komando Show, a top-10-rated radio talk show with over 8 million listeners every week. She is also a syndicated columnist, and the author of seven books. Read More
Kim began her businesses in 1992 after several years of selling computer and telephone systems for IBM, AT&T and Unisys. She started with a radio show at KFYI and a column in the Arizona Republic. Both are in Phoenix. Today more than 400 radio stations carry her weekly show around the world. Kim also is a syndicated columnist, appearing in over 100 newspapers, including USA Today. She also writes a technology column for small business on Microsoft's Small Business Web site. In addition, she publishes three e-mail newsletters that have more than 1 million subscribers, and she is frequently asked to appear on network television, including CNN. Kim's success has been phenomenal, but she's remained true to her beginnings. Her radio show is still carried by KFYI. Kim's roots in computers go back more than 25 years. Her mother worked on the UNIX development team at Bell Labs in New Jersey. "When I was sick, I went to work with her," Kim said. "I used to play a game called Hunt the Wumpus. Years later, I was writing an article about UNIX. Unknown to me, I had been beta testing the game." Kim was raised under what she calls the "life acceleration program." Her father picked her up at school everyday. They would go home and have a bowl of soup or crackers and cheese. "He would ask me what I had learned in school," she said. "If I said nothing, he would have me read a story in the Wall Street Journal. I'd have to tell him what I learned." Her parents taught their four children self-reliance. Kim often went grocery shopping with her dad. She learned at a tender age how to select beef and why some ketchups were better than others. When the family traveled, she was expected to check in the entire family and handle the ticket purchase. The acceleration paid off. She graduated high school at 15, and, a month later, turned 16 and moved out. That fall, she entered Arizona State University. She started as an architecture major. But her father asked for some research on what various jobs paid. The research, and the report she produced, changed her life. She discovered that the computer industry paid very well. Being interested in money and in computers, she changed her major to computer information systems. Kim graduated in 1985. She went into sales, but after seven years, she grew tired of the corporate grind. So on Jan. 1, 1992, she went out on her own. Like most entrepreneurs, Kim struggled to get her business off the ground. The first project was an infomercial, with which she planned to sell an instructional video on using computers. Kim threw herself into writing the infomercial. "I would get up at 6 in the morning and go ride my bike," she said. "I would be at my desk at 7 and work till 4. Then I'd go to aerobics and come back and work some more." It took a year to finish the infomercial. Kim was living on her savings, which were nearly depleted. Finally, the infomercial ran on late-night television. After the airing of the first show, she called to see if the tapes were selling. They were moving out the door, she was told. "I was busted. My first check was for $26,000. I thought, 'Oh my, I've never seen so much money at once in my life.'" After finishing the infomercial, Kim pitched America Online about taking over its computer section. AOL agreed, and Kim launched the effort on Thanksgiving 1994. She picked a holiday in hopes that her first day would be slow. It wasn't; the response was overwhelming. "I called my parents and said, 'I don't know what I've done.'" The pact with AOL lasted several years, as did a stint with Fox News. During this period, in the middle '90s, she got her radio show off the ground. She first approached the networks, but they were uninterested. A CBS vice president told her computers were a fad, much like pet rocks. Rejected by the big guys, she formed a partnership with Barry Young, a leading talk show host at KFYI in Phoenix. They formed WestStar TalkRadio Network and built a studio. Kim did the marketing; Barry kept the equipment running and formatted the show. Gradually, the show blossomed, as hundreds of radio stations signed on. Kim has since acquired the status of a cultural icon. The 20th anniversary edition of Trivial Pursuit includes the question: "Who earned the moniker Digital Goddess while hosting a radio show on the Internet?" The answer, of course: Kim Komando
Warren Eckstein is the most renowned Pet Psychologist and Pet Humorist in the country. Warren helps his callers solve their pets' behavioral problems: from what to expect from your pet when you're expecting a new baby, to your pet's midlife crisis, to dealing with pet anxiety and depression. Read More
From "mounting" dogs to cursing parrots, Warren will solve any psychological condition from which your pets may be suffering. Warren Eckstein is an animal "behaviorist," not a veterinarian, so he presents a program that even the casual listener can relate to.
People all over the country have one thing in common. They care a lot about their biggest investment...their home. The Handyman Show with Glenn Haege reaches homeowners by offering practical and concise "how-to" advice. Read More
This show has over a 14 year track record of success in Detroit and is the most successful program of its kind in the country. You need America's Master Handyman Glenn Haege. He's got the answers. Got a home repair question? Call the Handyman. Whatever the do-it-yourself project, you can call Glenn with the question, and you'll be on your way to getting the job done right. The Handyman Show with Glenn Haege is heard Sunday mornings at 5. - Check out Glenn's Official Website
Arthur Frommer is generally acknowledged to be the nation’s foremost authority on travel. In 1957, Arthur Frommer published Europe on $5 a Day, which set off a torrent of American overseas travel. Read More
In addition, the nearly 50 consecutive editions launched the Frommer Travel name, which now carries more than 320 titles published annually, accounting for nearly 25% of all travel books sold. In 1998, Frommer founded the Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel magazine, now known as the largest-selling national magazine on affordable travel (currently owned by Newsweek). Frommer’s biweekly column (syndicated by King Features) appears in newspapers ranging from the Los Angeles Times to the Newark Star-Ledger, and scores of publications in between. It is the most widely-distributed travel column in journalism today. He has appeared on such shows as The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC’s TODAY Show, LIve! With Regis and Kelly, and many others. Get ready to pack your bags and travel smart as Arthur Frommer guides you through luxurious travel on a budget. Arthur’s theme for The Travel Show is “intelligent travel” – intended to expand listeners’ dimensions, outlooks, philosophies, and cultural experiences. Arthur provides commentary on recent developments in travel, including travel bargains available all over the United States. He takes questions from callers, using each question as a spring-board for revealing travel opportunities, including such details as price, destination and dates of departure. He intersperses short, colorful stories of his own travel experiences about the destination in question. He is candid about travel destinations, and does hot hesitate to criticize a particular place or travel facility if he does not regard it as suitable for his listeners’ vacations.
Since 1983, the acclaimed "Voice of the Common Man" has lightened up the airwaves of 700WLW in Cincinnati with many national and local politicians, cultural leaders, authors, spin doctors and other miscreants resulting in the most listened to radio show in Ohio. Read More
Bill is an attorney, business entrepreneur, former Ohio Assistant Attorney General he was selected in 1983 as Ohio's Outstanding Young Lawyer by the Ohio State Bar Association he's married to the Honorable Penelope H. Cunningham (Judge in the Ohio Court of Appeals). Having already received every award the radio industry can bestow, including the 2001 Marconi as America's Large Market Radio Personality of the Year, Bill Cunningham remembers yesterday, embraces today and yearns for a better tomorrow. Live On Sunday Night, It's Bill Cunningham