Producer extraordinaire Denny Leibert
News, Weather, Sports, Traffic and information are served up weekday mornings from 6:00 - 9:00 with Mike Romigh. We've got everything you need to get your day started, entertaining & informative talk with local, and national newsmakers to entertainers.
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So here's where they want me to tell you about myself.
16 years on air at KDKA radio in Pittsburgh
2 Time winner of "Best Talk Show Host" in Pittsburgh award
3 Time "Telly Award" winner for Cable excellence for Faces & Places on Armstrong.
I host a similar program on Armstrong in Youngstown called "Vision of the Valley."
Along with my morning show duties, I also host "Night Talk" a one hour news and information interview show on Pittsburgh's Cable News Channel in Pittsburgh.
I've been on the air reporting during floods, tornadoes, and blizzards. Broadcast live from "Woodstock 94, and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
Interviewed newsmakers and celebrities from Pierre Salinger to Jesse Jackson, Ralph Nader and Vincent Bugliosi, to Cher, Joan Baez, Huey Lewis, and Wolfman Jack.
Like the Grateful Dead sang; "What a long strange trip it's been," but I wouldn't want it any other way.
I look forward to the journey continuing, and that together we will be able to talk with more interesting people and learn a little along the way.
See you in the morning!
Who do you believe killed President Kennedy? The question has lingered in many Americans mind for fifty years. Are you satified with the Warren commission report findings, or do you believe they tried to sweep evidence under the rug and labeled it classified information so that only a select few will ever know the truth.
There is a play titled "Specter of Treason," written and directed by Jack Ballantyne being performed for the next three weeks at the Victorian Players in Youngstown that pieces together the writers research into what many refer to as, The Crime of the Century. If you don't get a chance to see the play you can listen to my interview with Mr. Ballantyne on my podcast page. It might not answer the questions you have but it will certainly give you more to think about who pulled the trigger.
Dean from Salem called this morning advocating the need to drug test all welfare recipients, a concept that I don't have a problem with. However when I suggested taking it to the next logical step. All I suggested was that anyone distributing or recieving government money be tested. Why would you object to that? Dean wished for my firing and hung up.
This conversation came up because Republican Congressman Trey Radel got caught in a sting operation buying cocaine.
This is part of a bigger problem in Washington and that is the inability to reach a compromise. It was not enough that I agree with Dean, but when asking to drug test elected officials and anyone who has a hand in the government cookie jar it was as if I wanted his first born son, and the conversation came to an abrupt end. Sound familiar? and this was just a conversation between two people on a local talk show. Is it any wonder why our government officials can't get anything done.
Mark Halperin told us behid the scenes stories of the 2012 presidential campaign.
Tim English told us about the music that shaped four icons from the 1960's