The Morning Show June 3 – 7


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Here’s what’s on tap on the RadioMonterey Morning Show this week and do expect last-minute additions as always.

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Monday –

6 – 6:30 – Weekend news recap.

6:30 – Grove Market’s Lori Taylor makes your mouth water describing the delicious lunches and prepared foods available every day at KRXA’s longest-running sponsor.

7 – Andrew Parasiliti, Editor and CEO of Al-Monitor, joins us to discuss the latest news from Syria and the increasing turbulence in Iraq.

8 – Monterey City Council Member Alan Haffa joins us for a monthly update on our county’s eponymous city.

8:35  – Our 17th District Senator Bill Monning keeps us fully apprised on California and Central Coast matters.

Tuesday –

7 – 7:30 – Michelle Jackson presents the P.G. Perspective.

7:45 – Holistic health with Glenn Sadowsky and Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.

8:45 – “Car Talk” with Juan Escamilla from Wilson’s Tire and Service.  For all your automotive needs, call Juan at (831) 476-0370 or stop by 4665 Soquel Drive, Soquel.

Wednesday –

7:30 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize.  Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Leisure Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald.

8 – 9 – Pencil in (don’t use ink)another great Wednesday rap with Articleman who provides the finest analysis of the American political scene anywhere.

Thursday –

7:30 – Jeremy Holden joins us from Media Matters to cast a jaundiced eye on the right-wing media machine.

8 – James Allen, CEO of RadioMonterey sponsor Allterra Solar updates us on clean green energy.

8:45 – Eric Peterson from the Monterey County Green Party discusses all things Green.

Friday Free-for-all +

8 – Martha Diehl from Carmel Canine Sports will be on.

8:45 – Sotheby’s Patty Ross joins us for the Real Estate Report.

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5 Responses to The Morning Show June 3 – 7

  1. Jim Spriggs says:

    I like the new logo. I can’t remember what the old one looked like. Sorry, short memory.

  2. pdbird says:

    Should of had more input. Left “Coast” talk?-Please explain what Left coast talk exactly is ,or what ur vision of it is. But,as someone who is basically being left behind with this transition,being a AM radio listener my input prob does not matter.
    As a true lover and fan of KRXA I think that the name should have stayed based on KRXA. “Monterey” is nice,but on the internet it sounds to specific to one geological area. Not hooking the people in Portland,Seattle,SF,ect. In our opion it should have been a more general,broad based name.
    Not sure what we would have called it, and we truly wish you the best,however,there are a million podcast shows on the internet,any assclown can make one about politics and i’m hoping that you did not make a mistake because of lack of patience or profits.
    Having your own radio station will aways outweigh your internet presence.
    The 2 should be /have been used hand in hand.
    You pretty much rebuked the chatroom,failed to have a ustream of your shows and pretty much failed at any integration of new listeners thru social media. I love you as a person Hal,but as a station owner,radio host you have failed us.

    • Shade says:

      How about “Left Coast Talk For the Nation”
      or
      “Left Coast Talk Streaming The Nation”.

      I agree the term “Monterey” may be too specific but it does help keep the connection to current terrestrial transmitter listeners. If, as I suspect, Hal is unable to keep most of his nationally syndicated programming, the term “Monterey” will be super important as most of the programming and appeal is likely to be specific to the Monterey Bay area. If the content & audience appeal is going to be national, nobody will remember the “Monterey” name as people won’t feel the connection.

      I too think the term “KRXA” should not be abandoned quickly (if at all). I think changing the name like this would be like Coke or Pepsi changing their name to “U.S.A. Soda Pop”… a lot of potential buyers would walk out of the store without buying the stuff (but in that case it would be a good thing).

  3. Shawn Mills says:

    I am not sure where I stand on this. I put KRXA on in the car. I do not have Internet or satellite in the car. At night, I listen to the syndicated stuff when I can hear it without ads; I would rather pay for content than suffer through ads. I mainly listen to KRXA during drive-time hours due to lack of other choice. As I will not listen in the car any longer and do not want to follow the local programing that will be offered on-line I do see a spot for me. I have loved the station as run by Hal. Could not have done it myself; but what it a guy to do? It is great that he had such a long and am thankful for the years.

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