Matt Ray: America's
Morning News ~ 5-9am - Monday-Friday.
Matt Ray starts your day with America's Morning
News where you will hear what is going on in the world and what
has happened while you were asleep. Matt has newsmakers, politicians
and all the latest news and information for your wake up.
WFLN Production Director Dick
Dick has been on air for over twenty years
including WVIP/ Westchester County, New York, WJNO, WPBR and WSUV
Palm Beach, Florida.
Don Finkle hosts The Veteran's Corner
Sunday 9-10 am
Don Finkle hosts The Veterans Corner Fridays 9-10am. Don talks about
Veteran's affairs and each week has interesting guests who have
served our nation proudly.
10am - 12 noon Monday - Friday
from Dartmouth College, Laura worked as a speechwriter in the final
two years of the Reagan Administration at the White House, the Department
of Transportation and the Department of Education. She went on to
graduate from the University of Virginia School of Law. She served
as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Ralph
K. Winter on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Laura
launched "The Laura Ingraham Show" in 2001.
Limbaugh: 12 noon -
3 pm Monday-Friday
Rush Limbaugh launched his phenomenally
successful radio broadcast into national syndication on August 1,
1988. Many years later, it is heard by approximately 20 million
people each week. He is known as the media pundit who reshaped the
political landscape with his entertaining and informative brand
Hannity: 3 pm - 6 pm Monday-Friday
Sean Hannity, conservative television
and radio personality joined Fox News in 1996 co-hosting the wildly
popular Hannity and Colmes talk show. He then joined the ABC radio
network family with his highly rated, syndicated talk show, The
Sean Hannity Show. His passionate and sometimes controversial
political commentary has landed him interviews with major political
figures and respect and acclamation from his peers.
Alan Colmes: 6pm - 9pm Monday-Friday
In February 2003, Fox News created
a new radio venue for Colmes. Alan's radio show became the lead
offering of the new Fox News Radio division. Once again, Colmes
found himself breaking new ground bringing the Fox brand name to
radio and instantly establishing himself as the reigning liberal
in the medium. Alan is thrilled that in April, 2005, his radio show
Marilu Henner: 9pm-12m Monday-Friday
Marilu is an actress who
has appeared on Broadway, film and television including her most
famous role as Elaine on the TV sitcom Taxi. Marilu can now be heard
on radio stations nationwide including Newsradio 1480 WFLN talking
about lifestyle, food, diet,exercise, theatre, film and a host of
Dr. Joy Browne: 12am
- 3am Tuesday-Saturday
Dr. Joy offers millions of devoted
listeners advice on issues ranging from relationships and marriage,
finance, work and career.
Known and trusted the world over
for her no-nonsense approach, award-winning clinical psychologist
Dr. Joy Browne hosts the longest running syndicated show of it's
kind, a successful ratings winner for over 15 years.