Monday thru Friday Schedule includes:
|America in the Morning
Coast to Coast
|5 to 7am
7 to 9am
9 to Noon
Noon to 2 pm
2 to 4 pm
4 to 7 pm
7 to 10 pm
KOWL Studio Line: 775-586-TALK
Paul Middlebrook is a 35 year South Lake Tahoe Resident. He’s a St. Mary’s College graduate, is married to Charlene and has four children. Paul has been dubbed “Mr. Media” after spending 22 years in South Shore radio and 5 years as the Publisher of the Tahoe Daily Tribune before he retired in 2006. He has been a DJ, Advertising Director and General Manager of all of the radio stations on the South Shore. He has served on many local community boards, coached youth athletics and broadcast local sports for 25 years. He is also the owner of his Advertising Agency, Middlebrook Media LLC specializing in Promotional Products and Logo Apparel. Paul is a consultant to the KRLT/KOWL Management team and our morning show host. If you are attending any local event on the South Shore you’ll probably run into Paul and his wife Charlene.
The Rush Limbaugh Show is the most listened to radio talk show in America, broadcast on over 600 radio stations nationwide. It is hosted by America’s Anchorman, Rush Limbaugh, also known as: America’s Truth Detector; the Doctor of Democracy; the Most Dangerous Man in America; the All-Knowing, All-Sensing, All-Everything Maha Rushie; defender of motherhood, protector of fatherhood and an all-around good guy.
There is a “consensus” among the American people, who have made this the most listened to program, that it is also the most accurate, most right, and most correct. People who disagree with this are Rush Deniers.
The Mainstream Media refers to him as a right-wing conservative and conspiracy theorist. But Jones rejects that and calls himself a Libertarian and ?aggressive constitutionalist . Either way, it’s compelling talk radio and can now be heard Monday ? Friday on Tahoe’s original radio station KOWL.
Dennis Miller is an American stand-up comedian, political commentator, actor, sports commentator, and television and radio personality. He is known for his critical assessments laced with pop culture references. He rose to fame as a cast member of Saturday Night Live in 1985, and subsequently hosted a string of his own talk shows on HBO, CNBC and in syndication. He currently hosts a daily, three-hour, self-titled talk radio program, nationally syndicated by Westwood One.
Your pocket protector is not just another pretty face on the radio. He is an Atlanta native who has always been very involved in improving his community and has started several civic programs. In 1993 he opened the Consumer Action Center, an advice center dedicated to helping consumers that is staffed by over 140 volunteers.
Why is the Ed Schultz Show hotter than a polar bear in Pensacola? Easy. Because he is so different from every other talk show host and TV host, and so much like the 3 million Ed Heads who tune him in for the unvarnished truth. He’s a straight talking, no-nonsense voice of reason in unreasonable times.
While others preen and pontificate, Ed Schultz keeps the lines wide open for his listeners-making good on his boast that The Ed Schultz Show is Where America Comes to Talk. No radio talk show is as accessible. For most talk show hosts, unscreened callers would be considered risky. And that’s exactly why Ed Schultz shares the airwaves so unselfishly. Unscripted, unpredictable and unvarnished, the give and take makes for great radio. “The most important part of talking is listening,” Ed says. “An open microphone is democracy in its purest form”
Ed Schultz is the most listened-to Liberal radio talk show host in America. A veteran of 30 years in broadcasting, Schultz has covered some of the biggest events in American history.
George Noory – Coast to Coast AM
It became official on January 1, 2003. George Noory took over the reins from retiring Art Bell to become the host of America’s most fascinating overnight radio program. Looking back on George’s life and his passion for all things unexplained, it seems almost fated that he would fulfill this unique role.
While still a teenager, George joined NICAP, the UFO organization that was a precursor to today’s MUFON. George immersed himself in the field, “so much so that I decided I wanted to go into broadcasting in order to do unusual stories in the paranormal and stories that the mainstream media didn’t want to touch,” he told After Dark. Indeed, George’s very first broadcast interview, while a young radio reporter for Detroit’s WCAR-AM, was with Roswell expert/physicist Stanton Friedman, with whom he has maintained a lifelong friendship.
The Kim Komando Show
Kim’s weekly three-hour call-in talk radio show is heard (via her own national radio network called WestStar) on over 450 stations. In addition, she does a Digital Minute radio feature five days a week; has written nine books about life in the digital age; sends out 5 million e-mail newsletters weekly; and authors a widely syndicated newspaper column, which also runs in USA Today.com. She does all of this, while raising a son and operating a growing media empire, with her husband and associate, Barry Young.