The Bill Press Show (LIVE)
AM to 6 AM)...
Bill Press began his career as a political insider and media commentator on KABC-TV and KCOP-TV, both in Los Angeles.
The former co-host of MSNBC’s Buchanan and Press, CNN’s Crossfire and The Spin Room, Press has built a national
reputation on thought-provoking and humorous insights from the left side of
the political aisle.
Press has received numerous awards for his work, including four Emmys and a Golden Mike
Award. In 1992, the Associated Press named him Best Commentator of the Year.
The Stephanie Miller Show (LIVE)
(6AM to 9 AM)...
These days, Stephanie Miller has emerged as a favorite of the cable news channels as political coverage dominates.
She’s quite possibly the most watched guest personality on MSNBC without her own show… when the I-Man took his vacation
from radio, MSNBC selected her to her bridge the gap until they sorted out what they wanted to do. CNN calls
often… Fox takes a chance every once in a while and puts her on Cavuto and other shows so their “fair and balanced”
claim can hold up.
In a word, she’s hot.
Jim Rome Show (LIVE)
(9 AM to 12 PM)...
Perhaps the most respected voice in the world of sports broadcasting, Jim Rome is one of the leading opinion makers of
his generation. Best known for his aggressive, informed, rapid-fire dialogue, Jim has established himself as the top
choice of athletes and fans when it is time to know what is going on beyond the scoreboard.
Rome began his radio career at KTMS, Santa Barbara, and covered UC Santa Barbara’s sports. He left KTMS for San Diego’s
all-sports station, XTRA Sports 690 where he created The Jim Rome Show. The show was first syndicated in 1996. Rome’s ESPN
program, Rome Is Burning, signed off in January of 2012 after airing for six years. He also previously served as host of
the popular program The Last Word with Jim Rome, broadcast nightly on Fox Sports Net, for five years. Prior to that, he spent
a two-year stint hosting ESPN2’s Talk2, a nightly one-hour interview show.
Rome graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1987, with a degree in Communications. He currently
resides in Los Angeles.
The Doug Gottlieb Show (LIVE)
(12 PM to 3 PM)...
Former college basketball standout, Doug Gottlieb, hosts the afternoon program on CBS Sports Radio. In addition to
his network show Gottlieb recently signed a multi-platform agreement with the network, and in addition to contributing
to CBS Sports Radio, he is featured on CBS Sports, CBS Sports Network and www.cbssports.com.
Doug Gottlieb says, “Listeners of my radio show will enjoy a fast, highly opinionated program that will challenge and
engage sports fans nationwide.”
Prior to joining CBS, Gottlieb was a college basketball analyst on ESPN and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show on ESPN Radio.
He also co-hosted a midday sports talk show at WWLS-AM in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Gottlieb was a college basketball point guard at Notre Dame and Oklahoma State, and was graduated with a marketing degree
from Oklahoma State in 2000, holding every assists record at OSU and in the Big 12 Conference. He is tenth all-time in assists
in NCAA history.
Thom Hartmann Show
(3 PM to 6 PM)...
Thom Hartmann started his radio career in 1968. His national program first replaced Al Franken on Air America and
is heard nationwide. More people listen to the THOM HARTMANN program than any other progressive talk show in the nation.
Thom Hartmann is a four-time Project Censored Award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of 21 books.
His book The Prophet’s Way led to an unsolicited invitation to a Private audience with Pope John Paul II in 1998.
His book The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight led to an unsolicited invitation to spend a week with The Dalai Lama
at his home in Dharamsala, India in 1999, and inspired Leonardo DiCaprio’s documentary The 11th Hour.
Hartmann’s books have been written about in Time and many other magazines.
He has appeared on radio and television,
and has been mentioned on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, and spoke to thousands on five continents over
the past few decades.
(6PM to 7 PM)...
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman
and Juan Gonzalez. Democracy Now!’s War and Peace Report provides our audience with access to people and perspectives
rarely heard in the U.S.corporate-sponsored media, including independent and international journalists, ordinary people
from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists,
academics and independent analysts. In addition, Democracy Now! hosts real debates–debates between people who substantially
disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.
Alan Colmes Show
PM to 10 PM)...
“The Alan Colmes Show” is the nationally syndicated, and most interactive talk radio program on the planet, hosted by
industry veteran and “Hannity & Colmes” co-host, Alan Colmes. The show offers a bold take on the news of the day, with
A-list guests such as Senator John Kerry, House Speaker Dennis Hastert, Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright as
well as cultural icons like Ray Romano and Charlie Daniels. During breaking news events, “The Alan Colmes Show” offers
all of the resources of the FOX News Channel with access to international correspondents. “The Alan Colmes Show” welcomes
“Any and All Opinion, Any and All the Time” weeknights from 6pm – 9pm ET.
Hours With Amy Lawrence (LIVE)
(11PM to 3 AM)...
A well-traveled veteran and pioneer of sports radio and television, Amy Lawrence is the
host of CBS Sports Radio’s late-night program, “After Hours with Amy Lawrence.”
Prior to her weekly show, Lawrence headlined three weekend shows on CBS Sports Radio and
also served as fill-in host for various other shows across the network. Previously, she spent nine
years at ESPN Radio where she was the only regular female host, and she was also the first
female in Oklahoma history to pilot her own sports radio talk show. Lawrence has handled
basketball play-by-play and color duties for various radio and television outlets over the past 15
years and served as the voice of University of Hartford women's hoop the last six seasons.