Each morning from 5am-9am , Jim talks with them all, news correspondents from the White House to London to Baghdad; newsmakers from former Presidents to Playboy beauties; sports figures from Pete Rose to Marvin Lewis and actors, authors and activists. He's the voice of volunteerism, the emcee of choice for just about anything from Marty Brennaman night at the ballpark to a Bengals rally to a visit from the President. Jim is an avid golfer, marathon runner, the guy who will close your kids' school in the winter. And he does this all on 5 hours of sleep a day. Jim is the winner of the 2002 Marconi Award for Large Market Radio Personality of the Year.
JAY RATLIFF -
Jay's Aviation Blog
JayRatliff.com (he's also an avid day trader)
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COLONEL DEAN SMITTLE -
e-mail 700WLW'S MILITARY ANALYST
Click HERE to buy Col. Smittle's NEW book "Thumbs Up America: Rise of the Machines"
MO EGGER -
700WLW SPORTS & ESPN 1530 HOST
CASEY BOLAND -
HENGEHOLD CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
ANN COMPTON -
ABC WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT
Rob Daumeyer -
CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER
STEVE ROBERTS -
ABC POLITICAL ANALYST
PAUL BEDARD -
SAM DONALDSON -
ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT
PETER MOORE -
MEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE
KEVIN CARR -
FAT GUY AT THE MOVIES
GREGG STEBBEN -
700WLW TECH GUY
700WLW F ITNESS GUY
Chris James is wanted for Burglary and misdemeanor assault. The victim states that Chris kicked in her apartment door and went into her bedroom then took her cell phone without permission. Chris’ prior arrest includes robbery, felonious assault, having weapon on disability, failure to appear, and multiple drug related charges. Chris James is a male black, 30 years old, 5’8” tall, and 175 lbs. He was last known to live on Valencia Street in Mt. Auburn and 500 block of West Martin Luther King. If you see Chris, please call Crimestoppers at (513) 352-3040, or text "CinTip + your message" to 274637.
Nancy James is featured in this year's Ohio Metropolitan Orchestra "A Classic Family Christmas" concert, beginning tonight at Miami University. Today she joins Jim to talk about the show and how you can buy tickets for any of the four shows happening this weekend.
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Carla Chapman is wanted for Felony Welfare Fraud. She also goes by the name of Carla Burton. Investigators say Carla offered to sell her food stamp card to an acquaintance. She informed the acquaintance that the card was valued at $113.00 dollars. Carla received $50 for the card and then reported the card as stolen. When the acquaintance attempted to use the card, he was unable because it had been deactivated. When interviewed, she admitted to selling her card on previous occasions to pay for items which are not authorized for purchase using the SNAP card. Carla’s prior arrest includes theft, soliciting prostitution, and multiple drug related charges. Carla Chapman is a female white, 37 years old, 5’2” tall, and 250 lbs. She was last known to live in the 2300 block of Losantiville Avenue in Golf Manor. If you see Carla, please call Crimestoppers at (513) 352-3040, or text "CinTip + your message" to 274637.
R. Kelly has had his share of troubles in the recent past, but he's back to making music the way he did in the 90's, when he was at his peak. The new ablum, "Black Panties", features other big artists like Kelly Rowland and Ludacris. Today we're playing "My Story", featuring 2 Chainz.
Parmalee is a country quartet that is tight like family. Probably because three of the four members ARE family, add in a best friend from high school and you've got yourself a pretty tight-knit group. "Feels Like Carolina" is the band's major label debut. Today we're featuring the song "Carolina".
Roadblocks to corporate growth don’t just “happen.” They’re a natural part of the process. All the vision and determination in the world can’t prevent them. If you aren’t properly prepared, these barriers will slow corporate growth or bring it to a screeching halt altogether. They could even take your entire enterprise down the tubes.
Fortunately, these barriers are predictable and not at all insurmountable, when you know what to look for and how to focus on proper execution of the right plan.
In his new book, Great to Excellent; It's the Execution! – Overcoming the Natural Barriers to Profitable Company Growth, Jim Alampi, coach to CEOs, executive teams and Boards of Directors, spells out specifically how to spot each major hurdle long before it approaches and the steps you need to take now, to leap each natural barrier you reach.
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