The Jerry Doyle Show
TRN ENTERPRISES: Central Point, OR – Today begins the first in a series of changes to bring talk radio firmly into the 21st century. For too long, we’ve had to choose between ratings and salability, but no longer. Today the 6th largest syndicated talk show in America replaces what was the 3rd largest show, and in so doing, stations will get more light and less heat, a show that they can sell locally with pride, but also a show that will respect its stations, advertisers and audiences with a brilliance that sets great shows apart from good ones.
The show that premieres today in the 3pm to 6pm Pacific (6pm to 9pm Eastern) slot has earned its place in the Talkers Magazine rankings as the 6th largest syndicated talk radio show in America, through merit. TRN Enterprises owns no stations – our shows have to earn their keep and stations love what this show does for them - through merit alone.
Today that show will jump several spots to become the new 3rd or 4th largest syndicated show in the United States.
Jet pilot, Wall Street investment banker for 10 years, Hollywood star for 12 years, former congressional nominee and now radio giant who has earned his right to this spot for close to 9 years. Jerry Doyle is the future of talk radio. He will bring massive audiences through word of mouth because he is brilliant and funny, showing both emotional and intellectual range that is beyond rare.
The Jerry Doyle Show is eminently saleable. He understands the advertising business like few others; Jerry is a triple-rated William Morris Agency voice-over artist who has voiced national ads for AT&T, Chevrolet, TGI Fridays, Anheiser-Busch, Panasonic, The US Armed Forces and many others.
Jerry will work with his stations reading their ads and promo’s, because he understands radio isn’t about host ego, it’s about high levels of performance, and it’s about business.
Jerry shows up 5 days a week, 3 full hours a day because his work ethic is second to none.
Mark Masters, CEO of TRN Enterprises, notes that, “Jerry Doyle is the vanguard of talk radio’s next evolutionary step, and he has been setting the standard for talk radio’s profitable, saleable and sustainable future for some time now, with commentary that is entertaining, memorable and responsible. Good work Jerry, as you jump from the 6th largest show to the 3rd largest show in America - you deserve this day – you have earned it.”
Here’s what Stations are saying about The Jerry Doyle Show:
Jay Bohannon, former Clear Channel Program Director WPGB, Pittsburgh says, “Jerry is the leader of the new generation of Talk Radio Hosts and has been the stations #1 ranked host in the Pittsburgh market for years.”
Paul Giammarco, General Manager of WSAR, Providence (and former Program Director for WPRO, Providence) of says “Out of the gate, Jerry has always been a true performer who understands the business. I love Jerry and he is a radio pro.”
Billy Shears, Program Director of KKAR, Omaha says “Great Talk Show Hosts have a certain ‘something’…and you can’t turn Jerry off.”
Brian Gann of KFAQ, Tulsa says of Jerry “provides radio with an edge…high energy and tough talk…Jerry is not afraid to tell it like he sees it and the audience loves it.”
Jon Yinger, CEO of Christian Broadcasting and WQRT AM 1160, Cincinnati says, “We love Jerry. He has been a part of our lineup since the beginning and he truly resonates with our listeners.”
Ryan McCredden, Program Director of KQTH, Tucson says, “The Jerry Doyle show is the perfect mix of news, conversation and humor. Jerry's diverse background, energy and engagement with listeners make him a perfect fit for 104.1 The Truth. Not only does Jerry put on a great show, but he has made numerous trips to Tucson which our listeners love. This past May Jerry came to town for our 5th anniversary and helped pack our event with nearly 1000 listeners.”
Bill Wattenburg, a nationally renowned talk show host and scientist, will be filling in through Tuesday for the 12 to 3 p.m. PST slot (3-6 p.m. Eastern) until the new program in Jerry Doyle’s old time slot is announced. The move in that daypart will be equally focused on salability, ratings, and work ethic/performance, and will be announced soon.
For more information contact: Talk Radio Network Enterprises 1-888-383-3733.
Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Buck McKeon, was in the closed door meeting with the President yesterday to hear his pitch for an attack in Syria. Today he joins Jerry to tell him what happened.
Yesterday the President met with key members of Congress to make his pitch for an attack on Syria – Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee Buck McKeon was in that room and joins us to tell Jerry what happened, what he told President Obama and does he feel Obama is listening to ANYONE else with a different opinion or does dissent need not apply…..
'Don't call it a coup, because that will cut into the profit margins of the military industrial complex.'
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Senator Rand Paul stops by to talk about getting rid of mandatory minimum Sentences for low-level drug offenders...
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If ever there was a symbol of American exceptionalism it was The Willow Run Bomber Plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan – home of “Rosie the Riveter”. Now this icon is in danger of being demolished unless Mr. Norton and his group can raise another $5M by October 1st. Read more about it here: http://www.freep.com/article/20130731/BUSINESS06/307310029/Willow-Run-bomber-plant-Yankee-Air-Museum-General-Motors-bankruptcy