2 months, 1 week ago Mike Moyers
The WTAD News Roundtable debuts on Monday, February 20th.
It’s been just over 13 weeks since WTAD listeners said goodbye to The Morning Meeting. Some staff members have moved on, while others who remain, have been working behind the scenes to develop a new show.
That show is called The WTAD News Roundtable.
Consisting of former Morning Meeting co-host, Quaid, veteran radio swiss army knife, Scott Hardy, and an occasional appearance from news man/farm services director, Jim Dewey, Roundtable will provide the listener with a more in-depth look at events, both local and regional, and interviews with those shaping and reporting the national events of the day.
WTAD program director Steve Boll will be producing The News Roundtable in his usual flawless style.
The News Roundtable will air from 10:06 until 10:30am, Monday through Friday, giving way to Gordon Deal and America’s First News for the final 30 minutes leading up to the 11 o’clock hour.
Also on Monday the 2pm to 5pm time slot will become the new home to The Laura Ingraham Show. She replaces The Glenn Beck Program which enjoyed a long and successful run on WTAD.
Keeping things fresh, timely and cutting-edge has always been part of the focus of those programming WTAD. We feel you’ll enjoy the new lineup and appreciate you listening to Talk Radio 930 WTAD.