Is radio dead? Is TV dead? Nope. But there is a reframing of information flow. A recent poll lists broadcasting as one of today's worst career choices. You may be surprised to learn how little most TV and radio people earn. Others predict the end of talk radio following the 2016 elections. No way. Local talk shows allow each city's residents to weigh in on local issues. The local radio station is the kitchen table where everyone can throw in their two cents or at least eavesdrop on those who do. I completely love my 40 year broadcast career and have rarely regretted choosing it. I have learned 10 million things by talking with a zillion people on
Thanks to my media buddies, we were able to raise over $100,000 for Seven Counties Services in a "Roast & Toast" on March 3, 2016. Also contributing were Denny Crum, Dawne Gee, Dean Corbett, John Boel, Mitch McConnell, John Yarmuth, and Dick Vitale.
Prominent attorney Darryl Isaacs has returned to work after last month's collision involving his bicycle and a car traveling down River Road. The 20-year-old motorist said he was blinded by the setting sun and did not see Isaacs in front of him. Isaacs was hesitant to talk about his memories of the impact citing a need to protect information in case of future litigation. He has not heard from the motorist. Other drivers attended to Isaacs as he lay bleeding with his scalp nearly severed and his neck was broken at C-1, C-2, and C-3. Doctors were amazed that his broken C-2 did not cause permanent paralysis from the neck down, a typical result from this so-called "hangman's fracture." Isaacs