Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Robin is back in studio

Robin Quivers
It took a little more than a year-and-a-half, but finally, Robin Quivers is back! Howard Stern's longtime sidekick returned to the shockjock's studio on his SiriusXM radio show Wednesday morning after phoning it in for the last 17 months as she battled a rare cancer that formed in her uterus. Quivers, 61, sported a new hairdo and was all smiles as she watched Stern announce her homecoming with triumphal music, her news theme songs, a trumpet fanfare played by producer Gary Dell-Abate, and even rose petals placed on the floor in her honor. "It's pretty amazing. I was brushing my teeth this morning and thinking about going back on the air for the first time after surgery and how incredibly difficult that was. And today not feeling anything at all," Robin told Stern and listeners. "It was just a normal day. You can get up and brush your teeth, throw in your clothes and run out the door." The King of All Media was quick to say: "But never get sick again." "I plan not to," she replied. "I could never be without you again. And your beautiful face, your smile—" Stern continued. "What, are you trying to make me cry?" Quivers asked. "Your enormous t--s," he quipped. "Oh, thank you for the comic relief," she said with a big laugh. "Seriously, I've been praying for this day and I'm really happy that you are here and it makes me very, very happy," added Howard, who called today a "pretty remarkable day" to see her back "triumphant and cured" and he never would have predicted this. Stern did have a pretty gloomy reaction in early 2012 when he learned Robin would have to undergo a 12-hour operation to remove a grapefruit-sized tumor that had been pressing on her bladder. During a phone conversation with Quivers early last month, the radio legend confessed to listeners that he thought "she was a goner." We're glad she proved him wrong as she's now cured of the disease. Stern also played welcome back messages from President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama as well as Oprah Winfrey. 

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Mike Malloy show evolving

With the few progressive radio stations going away and Mike Malloy now being tape delayed on SiriusXM, The Mike Malloy is evolving into a video show.

Details are coming soon, BUT YOU CAN HELP NOW!


The reason why Robin has been on ISDN line revealed

Robin Quivers: Cancer survivor!

Read more HERE

Saturday, August 31, 2013

This can NOT be good for the little Liberal talk that exists!

Cumulus Purchases Dial Global for $260 Million

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

SiriusXM brings Art Bell back to radio

SiriusXM has done a lot wrong lately.... But this is a great thing!

Radio's Art Bell returning with Sirius XM show

NEW YORK (AP) — Art Bell, radio's master of the paranormal and outward edges of science, will return to the microphone on Sept. 16 with a new nighttime show on Sirius XM Radio.
Bell was one of radio's top syndicated voices in the 1990s before walking away from his nightly show in 2002 due to family issues. He worked occasionally after that but hasn't been on the air since Halloween 2010.
"I missed it terribly," said Bell, 68, whose weeknight show will air live from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET. Sirius is building a studio at Bell's rural Nevada home where he will work.
A Sirius representative contacted Bell through social media a few months ago, leading to the formation of his show, "Art Bell's Dark Matter." He'll talk about things like UFOs, ghosts, near-death experiences and weird aspects of science. He'll do interviews and take calls from viewers.
Scott Greenstein, Sirius XM president and chief content officer, said the show will be "uncensored, unrestricted, uncluttered and utterly unique."
"There's probably more interest in the genre now than when I did it," Bell said. "When I did it, I was damned near alone."
Bell was on some 500 radio stations nationwide and "quit when he was at the top of his game," said Michael Harrison, publisher of Talkers, a magazine that covers the radio industry.
Harrison said Bell's subject matter has roots in old-time radio, and he predicted it will become popular once again in the coming years.
"He'll be looked at as one of the veteran, old masters," Harrison said. "He's the real deal when it comes to marching to the beat of a different drummer."
There's also a potential rivalry with George Noory, who replaced Bell on the syndicated show. Bell isn't a fan, saying he considers Noory "not edgy enough." Noory's program is on later at night, so the two will not compete directly live.
No contract terms were divulged.
Bell said he's intrigued to learn the differences between satellite and terrestrial radio.
"It seems to me they are the next step in technology," he said. "I've always been a technological junkie. The mix of what they're giving me, the freedom that they're giving me, is priceless."