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Suit up and strap in, because John B. Wells is about to streak through the galaxy
in the Ark Midnight, and you’re along for the ride ~ Explore the unexplainable, pontificate
on that which perplexes, dig deeper than you’ve ever gone before in the search for truth and answers.

After frequently serving as a guest host on Coast to Coast AM, John B. Wells
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North America in January 2012. Each week, Wells captivates listeners with discussions
on news and current events, conspiracy theories and all things curious and unexplained.

If you can’t handle the truth… then you can’t handle Ark Midnight with John B. Wells




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Shannon Nordstrom
Russ "The Super Tech" Evans
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Hollywood 360 is a weekly 4 hour nostalgia & showbiz radio show.  Hosted by 30-year broadcast veteran Carl Amari, each weekly show presents the best in classic radio (Jack Benny, The Shadow, Gunsmoke, Dragnet, Suspense...), celebrity interviews, movie reviews, trivia contests and the latest in showbiz news!

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Wins MI Assn. of Broadcasters Award! -
Weekly military news/talk program, “Frontlines of Freedom,” hosted by Lt. Col. Denny Gillem, U.S. Army (Retired) (right), won “Best in Category” Regularly Scheduled Weekend Broadcast Personality or Team & “Best in Category” Special Show Broadcast Personality from the Michigan Broadcasters Association.  Gillem says, “To be recognized for producing a top-notch program is not only good for our show’s team, but it sends the message to all radio stations that you, too, can add winning shows to your station’s schedule.  Our affiliates already know that, and we thank them for it.”  Executive producer Josh Leng (left) notes, “We expanded ‘Frontlines of Freedom’ to two hours based on listener response, the host’s desire, advertiser demand, and radio program directors’ feedback to improve their ratings.  The two-hour program ensures we always have enough time to fully cover all the important military news and issues of the day.”

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The Kim Komando Show airs live 10A - 1P Saturdays on

''She's that big!'' -- CBS News

She's a "Digital Goddess"!  Her moniker says it all.  Everything digital is featured on her weekly show.  It isn't just about computers anymore!

Kim's weekly three-hour call-in talk radio show is heard (via her own national radio network called WestStar) on over 470 stations.  In addition, she has written ten books about life in the digital age; sends out close to 10 million e-mail newsletters weekly;

and authors a widely syndicated newspaper column, which also runs in USA  She does all of this, while raising a son and operating a growing media empire, with her husband and associate, Barry Young.  “I am relentless in my pursuits,” says Kim.  “It’s a lot of hard work, but when you dig what you do, it makes it a lot more fun.”

She's a pioneer in marketing and training for home computers, and recently won the 2007 Gracie Award.  She was voted by Talker's Magazine as "Woman of the Year" and is the answer to a question in the game Trivial Pursuit!  Kim has evolved into a national digital guru. “It’s not about techies and computer-troubleshooting anymore,” she says. “It’s now about a lifestyle – the lifestyle of a digital age.”  Most recently, she was a featured speaker while attending Fortune Magazines' 2009 Most Powerful Woman Summit, a prestigious meeting of the nation's top CEOs including Yahoo!, Xerox, Dupont and Warren Buffett.

No overnight success -  Kim has built a media legacy driven by her passion for "all things digital."  Born and raised in New Jersey, her father was a successful businessman.  Her mother was part of the team that developed the UNIX operating system.  Business and computer technology were a staple at home.  She fondly remembers: “When my father would ask me what I did in school, if I didn’t have anything noteworthy to tell him, he would make me read an article in the Wall Street Journal and then report back to him what I learned.”  It might not have been as much fun as playing with Ken and Barbie, but it made a lasting impression on Kim.

She graduated from high school at 16 and Arizona State University when she was 20.  By then, she had set up a successful business, training people to use their computers, “I’ll never forget one of my first classes. It had about 20 people in it, and in the front row was the president of a bank and next to him was an 8-year-old. I told the class to turn on their computers, and the kid leaned over to the bank president and said, ‘It’s that switch over there…’”

That business made Kim realize just how universal the computer age had become. She began envisioning her empire, which would come in less than 10 years.  After stints at IBM and AT&T in sales, Kim joined Unisys, selling mainframe systems to big clients, including Motorola, Hughes and, in particular, Honeywell.  The latter was embroiled in a lawsuit with Unisys when Kim got the account, “It was assumed I was going to die on the vine,” she remembers. But Kim sold Honeywell a system for $12 million, cash.

Leaves corporate life for good -  With a nice commission, Kim decided to focus on a column about computers for the Arizona Business Gazette, “I called this gal at that paper every day for a year,” she remembers. “I knew there was a need for a regular column on computers. No one was doing this.  Eventually, I was given a small column to write, and soon after, I tried to syndicate it to other papers.”  The newspaper column led to a call-in talk show about computers, which aired late at night on KFYI in Phoenix.

It was small beginnings, but the bug had bitten her. On January 1st, 1992, only seven years after graduating from college, she made a big career change: dishing out advice to consumers via print and radio outlets.  When she told her folks, she said, they were convinced she was out of her mind. The column and radio show combined earned her only $60 a week, “My dad thought I was crazy,” she adds, laughing. “He offered to help carry me through, but I had the money from the big Unisys commission check, so I said I would make it on my own.”

A terrible loss -  Then, as Komando embarked on her new path, tragedy struck: Her fiancé died in a plane crash, “I was just so terribly devastated,” she recalls. “I had lost the one person that I was going to build a life with. He was there, and then suddenly, he was gone.  Now, I had no job, and I did not have the capacity to work, either.  I was really distraught.”  Doctors offered short-term solutions, but none made sense to Komando, “The shrinks offered to put me on any drugs I wanted, such as Zoloft or Prozac, but I resisted.  I did not want to mask the grief; I wanted to go through it.  I knew that once I went through it, I could heal.  One of my doctors welcomed this but said that in order to do it successfully, I needed to stay busy."

Kim adopted a rigid discipline, “I would get up at 6 a.m. and run or bike, and exercise. I would come back home and do my columns, and work on a book. I also did a deal to write an infomercial about selling computer training tapes that I had developed.”  The infomercial was successful. Soon, Kim was enjoying her cut on over 150,000 sets of tape cassettes that had been sold, for $80 - $120 each, “I was getting some pretty healthy checks,” she says, smiling.  A second generation of tapes called Prodigy came soon after.  In the third generation, she included America Online. “When AOL was on board, I also negotiated a role running the online giant’s computer info section on the AOL site.”

While her career picked up, her life took another turn. Her father died very unexpectedly, "My mother came home from work and found my father under the Christmas tree.  He called me the night before he passed away that day. I still miss him so much.  I often think when making a decision... what would Daddy say?"

Soon after, Kim began a relationship with the man who would eventually become her business partner, husband and soul mate: Barry Young, “I actually met Barry while my fiancé, Jerry, was still alive," she said. "He worked as the program director of KFYI.”  It was Barry whom Kim called to confirm her fiancé's crash.  “I called Barry in the newsroom because I was trying to find out what had happened with Jerry’s plane.  I needed a straight scoop on the plane crash and I knew he could get it for me.

“I didn’t start dating again until 18 months later and Barry kept calling me and one day he told me he was in love with me, and I would say, ‘Yeah, I know, but we are just friends and you are not my type…’  But, like Kim, Barry was relentless, “He kept bugging me until I agreed to three dates. He said: ‘Go out with me three times and if, after the third date you still aren’t into me, we’ll go back to being just friends.’”  Kim gave in and had a great time on their dates.  Eventually, they were married, “It’s a very symbiotic relationship,” she says. “We balance each other out.  Barry is into the creative elements of our company,” she explains. “He can tell you what content a show will include, what works, what sounds the very best and precisely how to do the magic of radio.  His mind works like that.  I am just the opposite. I will sit in the same meeting and tell people how we’re going to market it and sell it to the national sponsors.”

Setting sights on national radio -  In the mid-1990s, as her show began to grow, she set up WestStar TalkRadio Network with Barry, “In order to take a radio show national, you start with the big networks like ABC and CBS to see if it is what they want.  It was 1994 and the guy at ABC told me a syndicated show with people talking about computers would never work. This was in 1994!”  Programmers at CBS Radio were even less enthusiastic.  She laughs, “They told me computers and the Internet were a fad... it would never go.  They said computers are like the pet rock.”

Convinced a national audience existed for her show, she and Barry forged onward, station-by-station, syndicating them with their firm called WestStar.  Kim’s audience grew steadily.  Today, it has over 470 radio outlets and close to 10 million weekly listeners.  The company now also syndicates other national radio shows.  Kim and Barry built their first studio on a shoestring in 1994.  Today, they operate from a 6,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix, with six studios and 30 employees.  The show airs weekends for three hours and receives 50,000 calls per hour.

Among Kim's pursuits have been a healthy balance of work and motherhood.  In 2000, her son, Lan, was born.  Until he was 4, he attended pre-school classes at the office with a state-certified teacher, “Being a mother is the greatest thing I have ever done,” says Kim, reflecting on her years of success. “It is better than anything I have done in business.  Lan and I are very, very close.  We spend a lot of time together.  I had to figure out how to be a stay-at-home mom and still be at work.”

Meanwhile, Kim and Barry are focusing on their growing business and their growing son, “I know this stuff.  I just do,” says Kim.  “I have worked in computers all my life.  I got my degree in computer information systems, and when I was in school, I learned to think like a computer.  They would say, 'If you do A and B, then C will happen,' and you can figure it out from there. You learn to think in a linear way, and I do that in my real life.  So, it just all makes sense to me.”

And by the look of her success, it makes perfect sense to the rest of America, as well.

Kim Komando Show Website

Kim Komando Tech News

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                                             with Mike Avery

                                  "Michigan's #1 Outdoor Show"


Mike Avery Outdoors airs (pre-recorded) 7A - 10A Saturdays
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Outdoor Magazine Radio is Michigan’s number one outdoor radio show.  The three hour weekly program is heard on WIOS Saturday mornings at 7AM and the podcast is available on demand worldwide.  Each week Mike talks with outdoor experts and industry leaders about hunting, fishing and wildlife related issues in celebration of the outdoor lifestyle.  Learn about the latest hunting and fishing news and Mike has tips and suggestions on where to go and how to get the most from your next outdoor experience. Mike is joined each week by industry experts to discuss the latest techniques, strategy and equipment.  Mike also has "Dixie" Dave on almost every weekend to tell you about gourmet recipes and how to prepare your game for a wonderful dining experience.

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Mark Levin Topples Howard Stern From Amazon Best Seller List

21MAY19-Move over Howard Stern, Mark Levin has just usurped you as the No. 1 best-selling book author on Amazon. The conservative radio and TV host’s “Unfreedom of the Press” has taken the top position on the Amazon tally based on the strength of pre-order sales alone – the book doesn’t hit store shelves until today (May 21st).

Levin, whose radio show is syndicated by Westwood One, also hosts a Sunday TV program on Fox News and recently partnered with Glenn Beck’s online platform The Blaze to form Blaze Media.

Levin and SiriusXM’s Stern are joined among Amazon’s top five by the Dr. Seuss graduation classic “Oh the Places You’ll Go” and the complete books in George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire.”

As the book title suggests, Levin skewers the modern day press in his new hardcover. According to a description, “Unfreedom Of The Press” is a “groundbreaking and enlightening book that shows how the great tradition of the American free press has degenerated into a standard less profession that has squandered the faith and trust of the American public, not through actions of government officials, but through its own abandonment of reportorial integrity and objective journalism.”

Levin, who was inducted into the 2018 class of the National Radio Hall of Fame, “frequently uses his platform to skewer liberals and Democrats,” The Wrap notes. Last month Levin scored a pre-taped interview with President Trump that covered voting rights for prisoners, the Democratic hopefuls for president and the Mueller Report.

Mark Levin: The Indispensable One - The Washington Times - Thu, November 15, 2018

This week Mark Levin was officially inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and one wonders what took so long. His induction was presented by fellow Hall of Famers Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, and the three figures comprise what can accurately be described as the talk radio “Mount Rushmore.”Known as “F. Lee Levin” by Mr. Limbaugh and as “The Great One” by Mr. Hannity for years, Mr. Levin emerged from behind the scenes to launch onto the national stage with his syndicated radio program running live from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern time in 2006. His program became part of an unstoppable nine-hour block of syndicated conservative talk featuring him, Mr. Limbaugh and Mr. Hannity. The three shows delivered unparalleled content from noon to 9 p.m. on America’s most influential radio stations. 

Contrary to popular belief, Mr. Levin did not debut on hundreds of stations from coast to coast on day one. Unlike ill-fated and short-lived conservative talk show hosts of recent years (Mike Huckabee, Meghan McCain, Andy Dean to name a few) who began on hundreds of stations right off the bat without first proving themselves, Mr. Levin put in the hard work learning the craft in relative obscurity. For more than a year he broadcast on WABC in New York on Sundays. After a year of learning the craft, WABC moved him to the evening slot after Mr. Hannity in 2003. After proving himself as a bona fide star, he was elevated to national syndication and the rest is radio history. 

In short, Mr. Levin worked his butt off, had nothing handed to him, and he earned every bit of success he has gotten. That’s the only way it’s done in talk radio. The only way.

In recent years, Mr. Hannity went on to include a top-rated cable news program and Mr. Limbaugh settled into a “elder statesman” kind of presence rivaled only by Johnny Carson in his final years on NBC. But Mr. Levin still attacks his nightly program with the same ferocious tenacity, preparation and execution he did when he began broadcasting.

Read Rush Limbaugh's comments on inducting Mark into the Radio Hall of Fame!
RUSH: Like I say, the people who do it well make it look natural and easy. And Mark Levin is one of these people. Mark Levin has had an amazingly diverse life. He was the spokesman and liaison, he was the chief of staff for the attorney general Ed Meese during the Reagan administration. He is an accomplished lawyer. He started the Landmark Legal Foundation. It was a conservative legal 501(c)(3) activist group that represents conservative causes in courts all over the country.

But he grew up loving radio. He grew up loving talk radio. He grew up practicing talk radio, pretending to be on talk radio when he was driving around in his car. He would listen to people calling in to talk shows and ignore the host and answer them himself. He studied. I remember he wanted to come down and see me in Florida one day and just sit in and watch the program. He came down and did it, I said, “You want to go for a drive afterwards?” I wanted to show him Palm Beach. “No, no, I need to talk about what just happened. I need to talk about what I just saw.”

Mark Levin is a constitutional scholar, in addition to being a radio broadcast professional. And while it might be said he’s self-taught, he has studied from the best and really taken the time to learn it. He didn’t get into it to be famous. He didn’t get into it to be known, didn’t get into mass media like so many other people do. He got into it because he really believed the American people needed to know about things that he was passionate about, and he wanted to tell them about it. One of those things is the Constitution.

The Constitution can be a very esoteric, very deep. You let a bunch of lawyers and constitutional experts start talking about it and they will bore you silly. You will become disinterested in it and you’ll think, “It can’t be that complicated!” And it probably isn’t, but this is what intellectuals do. What Mark has done is take a scholarly and genuinely intellectual interest and expertise and understanding of the Constitution and not only made it understandable to a mass audience, he’s made it fascinating.

He’s made the governing document of our country fascinating to people who otherwise are like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. They think the three branches, the three chambers are the House, the Senate, and the White House. Levin has one of the most educated and knowledgeable audiences in all of radio, and there’s no better use of the medium than that. To teach, to inspire, to inform. So it is with a great respect and honor that I induct Mark Levin into the Radio Hall of Fame.


Mark Levin Thanks Audience for Voting Him into Radio Hall of Fame

Conservative radio host Mark Levin has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, thanks to overwhelming public support.

25JUN18-Levin was inducted in the category of Spoken Word On-Air Personality by public vote after a massive response from his fans, who tune in on weekday evenings to hear the syndicated Mark Levin Show, which is carried on terrestrial radio stations and on Sirius XM Patriot 125 and is heard weeknights from 6PM to 9PM on WIOS AM 1480 and W295CU 106.9 FM in Tawas City.

In an e-mail to Breitbart News, Levin said: “I’m very grateful to my wonderful audience. I owe them whatever I’ve achieved in radio and I have never and will never take them for granted. They are loyal, smart, and patriotic.  And they voted in unprecedented numbers to elect me to the National Radio Hall of Fame. I share this honor with my terrific audience and am deeply blessed.”
Levin was one of two inductees who qualified through public vote alone. The other was Kid Kelly of Sirius XM 1, who was a favorite of listeners to the Howard Stern Show

Four other inductees were named by a panel of judges, and four additional inductees were honored for their lifetime achievements.

In addition to his radio achievements, Levin has scored major achievements for the conservative movement through his Landmark Legal Foundation. He is also the editor-in-chief of Conservative Review, and the founder of LevinTV.

In 2014, he was the first recipient of the Citizens United Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

On that occasion, he cited President Ronald Reagan as having inspired conservative talk radio.

“Ronald Reagan started talk radio. Ronald Reagan started all these platforms. It was his spirit that really created the Internet and so forth–not Al Gore,” he quipped.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. He is also the co-author of How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, which is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak

Bozell & Graham Column: Learning from 'Life Liberty & Levin'

11APR18-Liberal journalists have spilled a whole lot of ink in the Trump era boasting how they've suffered watching a week or so of Fox News programming to explore the strange informational terrain of the Trump voter. They pompously proclaim it’s television for your crazy Uncle Frank, pushing conspiracy theories for dumb people while nurturing resentments toward the elites -- meaning, of course, them.

That nasty cartoon is rebutted by a new Fox News program,
Life Liberty & Levin, hosted by Mark Levin. It is more intellectual than anything produced on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, or MSNBC. Nothing they have on air comes even close.  For an hour, at 10 pm Eastern time on Sunday nights, Levin interviews one guest -- remember that? -- drilling deep to explore how the guest has worked to protect and preserve the principles of freedom. It’s substance over sizzle. It serves to enlighten, not entertain. It is serious programming, so the liberal critics have demeaned it as a “glacial slog.”

It takes a nano-second for Levin to go further than today's typically superficial television interview.  He begins by reviewing his guest’s biography, and viewers may learn a tidbit that immediately puts his guest's career in its proper perspective. Sen. Mike Lee is the son of former solicitor general Rex Lee, and gained his interest in politics by watching his father work in court. Levin told viewers that he was graduated from the same high school in the Philadelphia area as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (at a different time), and that Netanyahu spent a year after college working at the same consulting firm as Mitt Romney. With just those two introductory nuggets, Levin has transcended the claptrap one hears from the elites at CNN or MSNBC.

The series began with an interview of economics professor and columnist Walter Williams, a true icon in his field and one we believe, like Thomas Sowell, has been insulted throughout his career (he's too much of a gentleman to say so himself) by so often being typecast by the media as an expert "black economist," as if that was a (take your pick) notable or limiting descriptor.  You doubt us? Google that term and you'll find his name. Google only "economists" and you'll find a list of the top 54 economists, and he's not on it.  Levin put him front and center, where he belongs.  A question and an answer you'll never find on the other networks: Levin asked if liberty has the seeds of its own demise in it;  Williams responded by explaining how tyrants always welcome freedom of speech to get their foot in the door only to undermine others' freedom of speech.

The episode might remind older viewers of Milton Friedman interviews back in the Eighties on his PBS series Free to Choose. It will remind you of absolutely nothing anywhere on television today.

How about Levin digging into matters like the meaning behind the words in the Declaration of Independence, of natural law and inalienable rights, with Dr. Larry Arnn, the president of Hillsdale College? They discussed how progressives undermine America's founding principles, with  Dr. Arnn expertly putting matters in their proper perspective. “The first thing that happens is that they start writing about this Declaration of Independence – ‘it was really good for the time, but not relevant anymore, ’"he explained, "and that won't work, by the way, because if the Declaration is false now, it was false then by its own terms, right?”

Liberals also peg Fox News as toeing the Trump line, 24/7. That’s certainly not true of Levin. He and several of his guests in the last few weeks have brutally pounded on the Republican leadership for passing a 2,200-page monstrosity of an omnibus spending bill, and passing it with absolutely no time for members of Congress to actually read (never mind debate) it first.  

One of those guests was former Attorney General Ed Meese, Levin’s old boss in the Reagan years.  On the other hand, Meese also praised Trump’s judicial appointments as “outstanding,” praising Trump for selecting judges that adhere to the Constitution as well as for consulting the Federalist Society and the Heritage Foundation.  It's the kind of discussion those dumb conservatives want to hear and the elites don't want dumb conservatives to hear.

Millions of Americans have enjoyed Levin’s books on liberty and tyranny, and now it’s possible to get some of that wisdom every Sunday on cable TV. All credit should go to Fox News for daring to put a calm hour of serious talk about political philosophy on the air.



Mark Levin has become one of the hottest properties in Talk radio, his top-rated show on WABC New York is now syndicated nationally by Citadel Media Networks. He is also one of the top new authors in the conservative political arena. Mark's radio show on WABC in New York City skyrocketed to Number 1 on the AM dial in his first 18 months on the air in the competitive 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM time slot. Mark's book Men in Black was released February 7, 2005 and quickly climbed to Number 3 in the nation on the New York Times Best-Seller list. When your book is endorsed by Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, you know you have a winner on your hands. In a short period of time, Mark has become one of the most listened to local radio Talk show hosts in the nation.

Mark Levin took over the WABC 6:00 PM slot on September 2, 2003. Before that, he hosted a popular Sunday afternoon program. "He's smart, witty, and fast on the draw," according to WABC Program Director Phil Boyce. "He has this sharp sarcastic wit that can easily stun his opponents. I know I would not want to debate him." Mark's show follows the ever popular Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity on WABC, but everyday he manages to come up with a new twist on the day's top news events, as well as his own unique information. His passion and intellect have made him a favorite of tens of thousands of radio listeners in the New York City area.

Mark has been a frequent guest and substitute host on The Sean Hannity Show, and has also been an advisor to Limbaugh, who frequently refers to him on the air with the nickname "F. Lee Levin." He is perhaps more well-known for his nickname, "The Great One," coined by his friend Hannity.

Mark Levin is one of America's preeminent conservative commentators and constitutional lawyers. He's in great demand as a political and legal commentator, and has appeared on hundreds of television and radio programs. Levin is also a contributing editor for National Review Online, and writes frequently for other publications. Levin has served as a top advisor to several members of President Ronald Reagan's Cabinet - including as Chief of Staff to the Attorney General of the United States. In 2001, the American Conservative Union named Levin the recipient of the prestigious Ronald Reagan Award. He currently practices law in the private sector, heading up the prestigious Landmark Legal Foundation in Washington DC.


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