Reed Pence has been reporting on medicine since 1983, when he became host/producer of the Associated Press Radio Network’s daily health feature. He later joined the PIA Radio Network as a producer of its programs Health Care and PIA Public Affairs. Since 1992, Pence has been host and lead producer of Radio Health Journal. He is winner of numerous national and regional media awards from groups such as the Chicago Headline Club/Society of Prof
In a career that spans twenty years and a dozen albums, saxophonist Dave Koz has established himself as one of the most prominent figures in contemporary music. But for as noteworthy as his body of recorded work and as entertaining his live performances and other past accomplishments might be, Koz finds himself in an era of dramatic and sweeping change where everything once taken for granted is suddenly up for grabs. For Koz – and for all of us in this first decade of the new century – it’s a new day, full of new challeng
With an impressive career that spans more than 25 years, John Tesh is known worldwide as a leading and respected figure in the entertainment and broadcasting industries. After 10 years as co-host of “Entertainment Tonight,” he surprised many by leaving the highly visible position to pursue his career as a fulltime musician. For generations music and media have gone hand in hand and Tesh has conquered both brilliantly through numerous media, music and creative formats, as one of the most successful syndicated radio show hosts in the country with Intelligence For Your Life Radio: With Your Host John Tesh, his new musical endeavor, ALIVE music&dance and even a new book.
Delilah, loves her work “because it has allowed me to bring together a distinct community of people who reach out to help one another. We don’t try to fix people. We listen. We sympathize. We empathize. If the show has a message, it’s listen to your own gut. Trust your own intuition. Go where it leads. Don’t give up.”
Well, I guess my family knew I wanted to be in broadcasting from the age of 3, when I would go around interviewing everybody, using a clothes pin as a microphone.
Fast-forward to the summer of 1970. Genesee Valley Mall had just opened and WFDF has a studio in the center court. I'd just sit there and watch the person on the air spinning records. As a young teenager, that just blew me away. I thought...what a cool job!! That's for me. That p