PHIL'S GANG is the brainchild of businessman and talk show host Phil Grande. PHILSGANG is an internet company that provides stock market investing education information in financial markets. PHILSGANG members are taught with core essential strategies when it comes to investing by using stock charts. PHILSGANG was founded by Marta & Phil Grande in 1999, in Venice, Florida. PHILSGANG & Phil’s Gang Radio Show were created to raise money for the purpose of helping children who have cancer. PHILSGANG members are encouraged to make contributions to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital & to Camp Boggy Creek. For more information | 877-600-GANG (4264) | Email: [email protected]
Captain Matt Bruce is a conservative, independent American voice for freedom emanating from the Tampa Bay area. A veteran soldier and fire-fighter, the Captain approaches news and events both nationally and locally as an American first - period. Democrats, Republicans and Independents are all welcome to join the conversation - because it's all about the "we" and not the "me". Website: http://www.thecaptainsamericathirdwatch.com/ Email: [email protected]
Never afraid to take on a giant, Christopher has gone head to head with the large brokerage houses, the dot-com scams, Enron, WorldCom and corrupt politicians. He has warned America about the largest scandals and corruption years before they made headlines. Always fighting against the lies, greed and manipulation that scarred him, THE WATCHDOG ON WALL STREET has one concern, one focus only; to serve the individual investor.
Paul ‘Pipes’ Porter is the arena voice of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Storm, Orlando Magic and the ‘Press Box’ voice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Home Team is a two hour Sports Talk program with an emphasis on listeners’ phone calls, special guests and informative news items. Paul is a veteran of the broadcast industry with 35 years of on-air experience. The Home Team is heard exclusively on Talk Radio 860 WGUL from 11AM to 1PM every Saturday. Email: [email protected]
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. A newspaper column at Arizona Business Gazette led to a call-in talk show about computers, which aired late at night on KFYI in Phoenix, and eventually the nationally-syndicated "Kim Komando Show."“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.”
Spend your night with Carl Amari as he showcases Hollywood’s past and present. Carl brings you classic radio shows from Hollywood’s golden age, celebrity interviews, trivia contests, movie reviews, the latest entertainment news and much more.