News anchor. Radio personality. Writer of dark stories and poems. User of incomplete sentences in lieu of comma-separated lists.
I’ve been in the broadcasting industry for longer than I care to admit, long enough to see that what it’s turning into is a completely different thing than what it was. No one knows yet if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. I do believe radio will survive, but it won’t look like anything we expect. Content is still king.
I’ve been writing dark stories and poems since before I got into radio… so it’s interesting to note that I’ve had much more success in the broadcasting field than in the literary. Does this mean I should stop writing? No. My brain won’t let me.
In the meantime I get my jollies being the midday news anchor during the Bill Carroll Show on KFI. I'm a big Carroll fan, so this is juicy for me.
For fun I love good movies, good books and good television. And I love arguing about the definition of “good” when it comes to movies, books and television.
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This blog may contain profanity and/or material considered inappropriate. The views expressed in this blog are the opinions of the individual writer and do not necessarily reflect the views of KFI AM-640 and Clear Channel Radio.
A public memorial for TSA officer Gerardo Hernandez was held at the LA Memorial Sports Arena. (11/12/13)
Days like this don't come along often. A day where everything, every little event, just seems to work together and fit like so many puzzle pieces, and you feel so good and so proud of yourself for seeing the pieces fit.
Today is that kind of day.
New Anthony Weiner wiener-pics surface... on National Hot Dog day! On a day to celebrate wieners we're celebrating, er, weiners.
Just a note to TheDirty.com, who broke today's weinerriffic scandal: your timing is impeccable.
And "Carlos Danger"? Oh, Anthony, you scoundrel! Thank you for giving me the name of my next band.
I may be a little sleepy tomorrow. I'll be up all night working on my script for the sequel to Sharknado... a little something I call... WEINERNADO!
Just imagine what's coming out of the sky this time.