Radio show – LKRLT http://lkrlt.org/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 21:42:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lkrlt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-11-150x150.png Radio show – LKRLT http://lkrlt.org/ 32 32 Capel talks about Pitt Basketball on the Panthers Insider radio show https://lkrlt.org/capel-talks-about-pitt-basketball-on-the-panthers-insider-radio-show/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 00:26:20 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/capel-talks-about-pitt-basketball-on-the-panthers-insider-radio-show/ History links PITTSBURGH– The head coach Jeff Capel joined the Panthers Insider Show with the host Pat Bostick on flagship station 93.7 The Fan on Saturday morning to talk about Pitt’s returning core as well as his additions to the 2022-23 roster. Panthers capped offseason roster overhaul with mid-June signing of […]]]>

PITTSBURGH– The head coach Jeff Capel joined the Panthers Insider Show with the host Pat Bostick on flagship station 93.7 The Fan on Saturday morning to talk about Pitt’s returning core as well as his additions to the 2022-23 roster.

Panthers capped offseason roster overhaul with mid-June signing of top-35 guard Dior Johnson. The four-star prospect joins a veteran backcourt rotation that includes 1,000-point scorers Jamarius Burton(1003), Nelly Cummings (1,112) and Nike Sibande (1,570) as well as the transfer of graduates Greg Elliot and keep JUCO Cashius McNeilly.


The Panthers also return in 2022 with honorable mention All-ACC John Hughley IV (14.7 ppg., 7.9 rpg., 9 double-doubles).


Pitt made eight additions to the list – Cummings, Elliott, Johnson, McNeilly, Blake Hinson, Fede Federiko and twins Guillermo Diaz Graham and Jorge Diaz Graham – since the end of the 2021-22 season.

Season Passes start from $280 with early renewals and new Season Pass holders have the option to take advantage of the four month payment plan. Fans can get new season tickets HERE.

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Audacy Launches Sunday Web3 Radio Show https://lkrlt.org/audacy-launches-sunday-web3-radio-show/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 20:01:27 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/audacy-launches-sunday-web3-radio-show/ Audacy launched “Inside Web3,” a Sunday morning show and podcast about the latest cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and the metaverse. Audacy launches Sunday morning show 6A to 7A on KNX News 97.1 FM in Los Angeles, ESPN 1320 (KIFM-FM) in Sacramento, 97.3 The Fan (KWFN-FM) in San Diego and KCBS All News (KCBS-AM) in San Francisco. Hosted […]]]>

Audacy launched “Inside Web3,” a Sunday morning show and podcast about the latest cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and the metaverse. Audacy launches Sunday morning show 6A to 7A on KNX News 97.1 FM in Los Angeles, ESPN 1320 (KIFM-FM) in Sacramento, 97.3 The Fan (KWFN-FM) in San Diego and KCBS All News (KCBS-AM) in San Francisco.

Hosted by Shira Lazar, the show gives listeners a weekly overview of the latest headlines and interviews leaders in blockchain technology.

“We’re excited to jump straight into this rapidly growing space with the launch of ‘Inside Web3’ and offer our listeners a home for smart, informative content every week,” said Jeff Federman, Regional President, Audacy Southern. California. “Shira has a sharp view of the Web3 world, which we hope will resonate with listeners looking to learn more about all things blockchain technology.”

“I’m super passionate about bridging the gap between the early adoption movements and the mainstream,” Lazar said. “‘Inside Web3’ is the perfect opportunity to do just that – continue to educate communities and shine a light on emerging voices in the space.”

Shira Lazar is the founder and CEO of What’s Trending. In October 2018, she became the host of the weekday afternoon show “Let’s Go There” on CHANNEL Q, an Audacy original station.

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Govanhill radio show launched to showcase refugee voices https://lkrlt.org/govanhill-radio-show-launched-to-showcase-refugee-voices/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 15:34:33 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/govanhill-radio-show-launched-to-showcase-refugee-voices/ A NEW radio show will hit the airwaves tonight as people with experience of the asylum system share their stories. Govanhill’s online community station, Radio Buena Vida, and community magazine Greater Govanhill CIC, have joined forces to develop the program. Participants learned skills in audio production, under the guidance of freelance journalist and radio producer […]]]>

A NEW radio show will hit the airwaves tonight as people with experience of the asylum system share their stories.

Govanhill’s online community station, Radio Buena Vida, and community magazine Greater Govanhill CIC, have joined forces to develop the program.

Participants learned skills in audio production, under the guidance of freelance journalist and radio producer Robbie Armstrong.

The workshops included training in interview techniques, editing and DJ production.

Each participant was given their own microphone to record and then produce the stories they wanted to tell.

Speaking from the experience, Arij from Syria said: “Through my experiences with the workshops, I learned not to underestimate my abilities because everyone has a creative side to share.

“I also learned about vinyl records when I visited Buena Vida station at the Some Great Reward record store – and that there is a different world that I have never seen before, which made it even more interesting.

“We would never have been so creative if the workshop team hadn’t been so supportive throughout.

“I hope everyone finds the program as enjoyable to listen to as we found it to do.”

Segments include one on shisha traditions, another on Afrobeat in Glasgow, conversations about food and an introduction to Unity Sisters, an organization that supports women asylum seekers.

Entrants will present these stories live while spinning their selected tracks.

Ibrahim from Sierra Leone added, “I learned a lot of new skills from our trainers which gives me confidence and enthusiasm for broadcasting the radio show.”

The creation of the show was partly funded by the Scottish Refugee Council as part of its Scottish Refugee Festival.

The theme of this year’s festival is storytelling, with over 100 events taking place across Scotland between 17 and 26 June.

Robbie said: “From the start, I was blown away by the passion and enthusiasm of the band, and especially their natural ability to make good radio.

“We are delighted to share the program with you – it gives insight into where they come from, where they are going and the things they love.”

Rhiannon Davies, Founding Editor of Greater Govanhill, added: “The idea behind creating Greater Govanhill magazine was to provide a platform for voices not usually heard in the media and to empower people to tell their own stories in their own words.

“This group has proven how powerful and enjoyable it can be when we step away and let it happen.”

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Drake pays tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala on his radio show and plays the Punjabi singer’s hit songs https://lkrlt.org/drake-pays-tribute-to-sidhu-moose-wala-on-his-radio-show-and-plays-the-punjabi-singers-hit-songs/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 01:45:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/drake-pays-tribute-to-sidhu-moose-wala-on-his-radio-show-and-plays-the-punjabi-singers-hit-songs/ Drake pays tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala on his radio show (Photo: Facebook) Toronto: Drake paid tribute to the late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala on Thursday during the first episode of his debut radio show “Table for One.” The Canadian rapper performed two Moose Wala songs – 295 and G-Sh*t on his show, HipHop-N-More […]]]>

Drake pays tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala on his radio show (Photo: Facebook)

Toronto: Drake paid tribute to the late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala on Thursday during the first episode of his debut radio show “Table for One.” The Canadian rapper performed two Moose Wala songs – 295 and G-Sh*t on his show, HipHop-N-More reported.

Notably, “295” entered the Billboard Global 200 chart. The song also reportedly claimed No. 3 on YouTube’s Global Music Video Chart. The website reported: “The Toronto superstar also launched his new radio show called Table for One on Sound42 station on SiriusXM to prepare for the new LP’s midnight release.”

Read also : Davinder Bambiha’s gang claim Punjabi singer Mankirt Aulakh is behind Sidhu Moose Wala’s death

Sidhu Moose Wala fans praised Drake for his gesture. The Canadian rapper followed Sidhu Moose Wala on Instagram. Following the Punjabi singer’s death, Drake also posted an Instagram story, writing, “RIP Moose.”

The singer-turned-actor and politician was killed by gangsters on May 29 in Jawahar Ke village in Mansa district of Punjab. The incident came a day after the Punjab Police Department withdrew protection from 424 people including Sidhu Moose Wala.

Read also : Gippy Grewal’s son Gurfateh pays warm tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala during graduation ceremony in Canada

Drake also released his seventh studio album titled “Honestly, Nevermind”. It’s a follow-up to “Certified Lover Boy” from last year. Earlier, Drake released the album’s tracklist. The latest album is produced by Noah ’40’ Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, Noel Cadastre and Black Coffee. Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” was released in September 2021.

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Jake Heaps quits radio show to become Russell Wilson’s full-time trainer https://lkrlt.org/jake-heaps-quits-radio-show-to-become-russell-wilsons-full-time-trainer/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 18:46:48 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/jake-heaps-quits-radio-show-to-become-russell-wilsons-full-time-trainer/ SALT LAKE CITY –Former BYU and NFL quarterback Jake Heaps has announced he is quitting his job as a sports radio host to become coach of full-time quarterback Russell Wilson. The Seattle Sports co-host announced his decision regarding the Jake and Stacy show with Stacy Rost on Wednesday, June 15. In recent years, Heaps has […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY –Former BYU and NFL quarterback Jake Heaps has announced he is quitting his job as a sports radio host to become coach of full-time quarterback Russell Wilson.

The Seattle Sports co-host announced his decision regarding the Jake and Stacy show with Stacy Rost on Wednesday, June 15.

In recent years, Heaps has juggled his responsibilities as a radio host and quarterback coach for players at all levels of football, including the Denver Broncos’ new QB.

“It is with mixed emotions that I tell you that I will no longer be able to host on Seattle Sports Station and will no longer be able to do Jake and Stacy’s show every day,” Heaps said. “As we all know Russell Wilson was traded and when that happened I knew my two careers which were perfectly aligned here in Seattle had gotten complicated. To be honest I’ve spent the last few months looking for how to make those two things work, but it became clear that that was just not going to be possible. I resigned to pursue the unique opportunity to coach Russell Wilson full-time and develop the next generation of quarterbacks. »

Heaps, 30, is from Issaquah, Washington.

After a stellar career at Skyline High School in Sammamish, Washington, Heaps signed with the BYU football program as the nation’s top quarterback.

Heaps played for the Cougars from 2010 to 2011.

During his seasons at BYU, Heaps threw for 3,768 yards, 24 touchdowns and 17 interceptions with a 57.2 percent completion rate.

Midway through the Cougars’ 2011 season, Heaps announced he was being traded from BYU. The sophomore quarterback decided to transfer to the University of Kansas. Heaps played for the Jayhawks in 2013 before transferring to the University of Miami for the 2014 campaign. Heaps finished his college career passing for 5,233 yards, 32 touchdowns and 27 interceptions with a passing rate of 54, 7%.

Heaps was undrafted in 2015 and signed as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets.

He was released before the start of the 2015 season. Heaps then spent time with the Seattle Seahawks in 2016 and 2017.

During his tenure with the Seahawks, Heaps developed a relationship with NFL star Russell Wilson, who was Seattle’s quarterback until this offseason when he was traded to Denver.

Heaps also spent time in the Canadian Football League before turning to radio and coaching full time.

Disclosure: Seattle Sports is part of Bonneville International, the parent company of KSLSports.com.

Kyle Ireland is an NFL Insider local for KSLSports.com and the host of the Yards After College podcast. Follow him on Twitter (@kyleireland) and Instagram (@kyleirelandksl).

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Judge throws out restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey over radio broadcast explosion https://lkrlt.org/judge-throws-out-restraining-orders-against-sen-joe-morrissey-over-radio-broadcast-explosion/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 17:19:01 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/judge-throws-out-restraining-orders-against-sen-joe-morrissey-over-radio-broadcast-explosion/ A Republican delegate and a Democratic senator huddled in the corner of a courtroom on Tuesday afternoon, trying to figure out what was said on a garbled audio recording that captured some of the swear words thrown during an altercation stormy last month at a radio studio in Richmond. “Is, ‘I’m gonna f**king you down’?” […]]]>

A Republican delegate and a Democratic senator huddled in the corner of a courtroom on Tuesday afternoon, trying to figure out what was said on a garbled audio recording that captured some of the swear words thrown during an altercation stormy last month at a radio studio in Richmond.

“Is, ‘I’m gonna f**king you down’?” Del asked. Tim Anderson, R-Virginia Beach, an attorney who represented two radio producers seeking restraining orders against Sen. Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond.

As a judge watched, Morrissey admitted he had said “Get the f**k out of my office” and called the station manager a “fat pig f**king”.

“At no time did I say ‘I’m going to kick your ass,'” Morrissey insisted on the stand, contradicting testimony from radio workers, who said the explosion at Morrissey’s studio on May 4 raised fears for their safety.

After a hearing that lasted more than four hours, retired Arlington County Judge Thomas Kelley Jr. dismissed preliminary restraining orders that had been granted against Morrissey over the studio incident, leaving Morrissey free to continue reporting to the South Richmond building which houses both the radio station and its Senate District office.

In an interview afterwards, the senator said that being Joe Morrissey often means “you have a target on your back”. But he said he prevailed because “several observers” supported his side of the story.

at the very least is designed to generate controversy.

“The court is in a position to consider what happened,” Kelley said, stressing that he had to consider Morrissey’s comment as part of a larger incident.


Last month’s incident happened in the middle of a live broadcast episode of the “Fighting Joe Morrissey Show” on WJFN Radio, the network operated by conservative commentator John Fredericks. The show’s branding evokes Morrissey’s combative tendencies, featuring boxing gloves on his logo and incorporating the theme song “Rocky”.

After newly hired producer David Pascoe pressed Morrissey on his stance on abortion rights and the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, Morrissey went after Pascoe and station manager Derek Clark. The episode has since been deleted from the show’s Facebook page, but the video showed a visibly angry Morrissey yelling at off-screen colleagues and his legislative aide at one point grabbing his arm to try and pull him away.

“We have seen the lack of consistency from Mr. Morrissey. Enough is a threat,” Anderson said, adding that the two men who filed the complaints against Morrissey were raising legitimate “red flags” about disturbing behavior.

The judge rejected a request by Morrissey’s lawyer, James Maloney, to collect attorney’s fees from the plaintiffs, saying he believed there was at least some validity to their claims even if they were legally insufficient .

During Tuesday’s hearing at the Richmond courthouse, Morrissey and his attorney called the incident a raucous workplace reprimand from a new recruit that was “undermining” the show’s star. Morrissey likened the incident to “an underling telling Tom Brady” how to play quarterback. Pascoe said Morrissey threatened to “ruin” and “destroy” him, but Morrissey denied making the remarks.

“Words never left my mouth,” the senator said on the stand.

The outburst happened on the first day Pascoe worked on Morrissey’s show. While Pascoe claimed there had been an agreement between Morrissey and himself to have a live debate, Morrissey said he was surprised by Pascoe’s unexpected interjections.

As someone who had just moved to the area but was aware of Morrissey’s disease turbulent historywhich includes a 1991 courthouse brawl when Morrissey was Richmond’s lead prosecutor, Pascoe said he ‘sat there in dismay’ watching a state senator burst after being asked a political question .

“I’ve never seen anyone in a professional setting act like that before…I left the studio because I didn’t feel safe,” Pascoe said.

The judge quickly dismissed Pascoe’s request for a restraining order, but allowed further consideration of Clark’s request since both producers claimed that Morrissey had made more direct verbal threats to Clark.

Clark said he called the police at the studio after an incident he said could constitute an assault. But after police said he would have to take further action to try to press charges against Morrissey, he opted to wait and seek advice from lawyers and his employer. He and Pascoe finally filed for preliminary restraining orders on May 20. The station also briefly called in armed security guards for protection, according to court testimony. Morrissey called the presence of the guards “bizarre”.

Many of the arguments presented in court relied on video and audio recording evidence of the altercation, including the clip from the Facebook Live stream that was being broadcast at the time, as well as recordings captured by a reporter present outside. from the studio. Both parties agreed that the speech in question was at times “inaudible” and that the video recording did not fully capture what happened.

The dispute also centered on who got up from their chair first and who moved farthest around the desk to confront the other person. Morrissey initially chastised Pascoe for suggesting that the senator supported overthrowing Roe “in a roundabout way”, but turned his anger on Clark after Clark told Morrissey that his behavior towards Pascoe was irrelevant.

Morrissey’s lawyer acknowledged the senator used ‘colorful language’ and said the episode may show an unharmonious workplace, but argued there was no serious threat of violence because Morrissey had never touched the two men even though they were only separated by a desk.

“There was nothing stopping Mr. Morrissey from doing any kind of aggressive behavior he wanted,” Maloney said.

Clark testified that he stepped in to defend an employee who was being reprimanded and calm the situation.

“I was scared,” Clark said. “I thought he was going to hit me”

But Morrissey and a witness called by Morrissey’s side, whose testimony the judge found not to be credible, insisted it was Clark and Pascoe who had been the attackers.

“It looked like Morrissey was about to get beat up by two guys,” said Tiffany Wilson, who testified that she was in the studio that day with a guest to interview in a later segment.

Morrissey and Wilson both claimed the aide who grabbed Morrissey by the arm tried to drag the senator out of the studio to prepare for the upcoming interview, but Anderson argued it didn’t make sense that the show’s host leaves the room during a brief commercial break.

Wilson said she did not watch the video of the incident she testified to.

Two other people at the radio station that day, a receptionist and a man who works for Morrissey’s jury consulting firm, testified that they had never heard Morrissey make any threats, although both admitted that they had not seen or heard the whole incident.

Morrissey’s team tried to argue that a height difference between Morrissey and Clark meant Clark had no reason to feel intimidated, but the judge said he felt physical stature was not relevant.

“A little person can be intimidating,” Kelley said. “A big person can’t be intimidating.”

After the hearing, Anderson said his clients would consider appealing.

“It’s an unfortunate circumstance that we all had to go through this,” he said.

After denying under oath threatening Clark, Morrissey expressed no remorse for the incident as he spoke to reporters in the hallway of a courtroom.

“If a 350-pound bully falls in my face…yes, I’ll knock him down,” Morrissey said.

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Shop ‘Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show’ Apparel and Accessories https://lkrlt.org/shop-squirrel-girl-the-unbeatable-radio-show-apparel-and-accessories/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 17:09:37 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/shop-squirrel-girl-the-unbeatable-radio-show-apparel-and-accessories/ It’s time to kick ass and eat nuts! All 6 episodes of the all-new original scripted series Marvel’s Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show! are now available on all platforms where you listen to your podcasts! To celebrate all things Doreen Green (and Tippy-Toe), new apparel, accessories, and more have arrived on Amazon to take […]]]>

It’s time to kick ass and eat nuts! All 6 episodes of the all-new original scripted series Marvel’s Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show! are now available on all platforms where you listen to your podcasts!

To celebrate all things Doreen Green (and Tippy-Toe), new apparel, accessories, and more have arrived on Amazon to take your favorite radio host with you, whether hanging out with friends or battling foes.

The six-part podcast series is written by Ryan North, realized by Giovanna Sardelli, and has original music by Justin Huertas and Steven Tran. The stars of the series Milana Vaynrub as Squirrel Girl and features performances by Crystal Lucas Perry (Nancy Whitehead) Leo Sheng (Koi Boi), David Morales (Chipmunk Hunk), Peter Herman (Brain drain), Erica Schröder (Tippy T. Squirrel), and Tina Benko (Rachel Oscar).

Squirrel Girl has defeated Thanos and Doctor Doom, but now she faces something far more terrifying… living authentically. The new series follows Empire State University student Doreen Green, who was recently introduced as a superhero: the unbeatable squirrel girl! Hoping to unify her personalities in the public eye, Squirrel Girl created a new student radio show on ESU’s own college station. With the help of her best girlfriend, Nancy Whitehead as producer, and her squirrel best friend, Tippy-Toe in the booth, Doreen is ready to help more people than ever with her best superhero tips. And when the going gets tough, she can always lean on her heroic friends: Iron Man, Spider-Man, Chipmunk Hunk, Koi Boi and Brain Drain.

However, with a phone show comes caller anonymity and not everyone online wants help – some want to commit crimes – and commit tough crimes! When a suspicious caller wreaks havoc in New York, Squirrel Girl and her friends will have to put their heroism to the test and prove that once and for all, Doreen Green is THE UNBEATABLE Squirrel Girl.

Shop all of Squirrel Girl in the image gallery below and listen Squirrel Girl: the unbeatable radio show! wherever you find your podcasts – learn more at Marvel.com/SquirrelGirlPodcast

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Brilliant: Ange Postecoglou gets a shout out on popular UK radio show https://lkrlt.org/brilliant-ange-postecoglou-gets-a-shout-out-on-popular-uk-radio-show/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 08:27:13 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/brilliant-ange-postecoglou-gets-a-shout-out-on-popular-uk-radio-show/ Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Celtic v Motherwell – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – May 14, 2022 Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou applauds fans outside the stadium before the match Action Images via Reuters/Molly Darlington A Celtic fan took the opportunity this morning when Radio 1 allowed shouting on their show. The popular UK […]]]>
Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Celtic v Motherwell – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – May 14, 2022 Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou applauds fans outside the stadium before the match Action Images via Reuters/Molly Darlington

A Celtic fan took the opportunity this morning when Radio 1 allowed shouting on their show. The popular UK radio station takes calls from listeners who want to send someone a special message.

This Celtic fan did it live to yell at Ange Postecoglou after it with a ‘we never quit’ message – Ange’s famous line from one of his first weight training sessions.

We don’t know if presenter Arielle Free had any idea the shoutout was for the Celtic manager, but she was happy with it.

Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Celtic v Motherwell – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – May 14, 2022 Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou and Joe Hart celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership with the trophy REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Ange has emerged as a major favorite with Celtic backing over the past 12 months. The bhoys in green were in disarray last year when Ange dropped everything in Japan to take on a tough challenge.

The Australian exceeded our expectations and even more. Winning a double in his first season in charge and not so far off a hat-trick. In the end, we will be satisfied with the double!

The manager and players are due to return to Celtic at the end of this month where they will prepare for next season, including Champions League football.

Kudos to the Celtic fans who spread the good word


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Former Alabama councilman convicted of threatening police officer on radio show https://lkrlt.org/former-alabama-councilman-convicted-of-threatening-police-officer-on-radio-show/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 17:43:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/former-alabama-councilman-convicted-of-threatening-police-officer-on-radio-show/ A former Alabama city councilman who threatened on a radio show to hurt the police officer who arrested him for drunk driving has been sentenced to three years probation. According to information released Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Alabama, the case dates back to late 2020. Luther James Upton, […]]]>

A former Alabama city councilman who threatened on a radio show to hurt the police officer who arrested him for drunk driving has been sentenced to three years probation.

According to information released Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Alabama, the case dates back to late 2020. Luther James Upton, then a councilman in Evergreen, was arrested for impaired driving after being involved in a shipwreck. “Video of the DUI incident showed Upton attempting to use his position on City Council to pressure the victim officer into not arresting him,” a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

In May 2021, Upton discussed the incident on his morning radio show on WPPG-FM 101.1, a station nicknamed “The Power Pig”. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, “Upton referenced previous incidents involving the victim’s officer and said on the radio, among other things, ‘I dare him to arrest me again. ‘Because when he m ‘Will stop, I’ll put it down.'”

Federal court records show that in a case filed in November 2021, Upton was charged with threatening interstate communications, which carries a maximum sentence of five years. In subsequent proceedings, prosecutors asked that the officer’s name be omitted from publicly available court records because the victim “has the statutory right, under the Crime Victims Rights Act (CVRA ), to be” treated fairly and with respect for [his] dignity and privacy.’ The request was accepted.

Assistant US Attorneys Sinan Kalayoglu and Justin Roller prosecuted the case, which was also investigated by the FBI. Jury selection took place and a trial began on February 22. That same day, Upton’s attorney filed a notice of intent to plead guilty.

District Judge Kristi K. DuBose ordered Upton. 74, to undergo mental health and addiction treatment while on probation.

State court records indicate the DUI case was dismissed in February after Upton completed a pretrial diversion program and paid the corresponding fines.

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Popular Nashville sports radio show returns to the airwaves | Brentwood homepage https://lkrlt.org/popular-nashville-sports-radio-show-returns-to-the-airwaves-brentwood-homepage/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 16:21:49 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/popular-nashville-sports-radio-show-returns-to-the-airwaves-brentwood-homepage/ Nearly a year and five months after parting ways with 104.5-FM The Zone, Jonathan Hutton, Chad Withrow and Paul Kuharsky are returning to Nashville radio. Beginning June 13, Outkick 360, which has aired exclusively on Clay Travis’ Outkick OTT Network since January 2021, will join 94.9-FM The Fan in the 2-5 p.m. time slot as […]]]>

Nearly a year and five months after parting ways with 104.5-FM The Zone, Jonathan Hutton, Chad Withrow and Paul Kuharsky are returning to Nashville radio.

Beginning June 13, Outkick 360, which has aired exclusively on Clay Travis’ Outkick OTT Network since January 2021, will join 94.9-FM The Fan in the 2-5 p.m. time slot as part of the station’s rebranding.

The Fan, formerly known as The Game 2, is ESPN 102.5-FM’s sister station The Game and the flagship of the Nashville Sounds.

“One of my goals as a new PD was to find a way to add ‘OutKick 360’ to our talented lineup,” Chase McCabe, 102.5 and 94.9 program director, said in a statement. “Reinventing 94.9 as The Fan has made this possible because not only are we adding three voices that Nashville knows, but we’re able to bring Dan Patrick and Colin Cowherd back to Music City. It’s a huge win for us and for our city.”

Outkick 360, known as Midday 180 during its nine-year run on The Zone, currently airs 2-5 p.m. Monday through Friday on Outkick’s YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook channels, as well as several other streaming platforms.

Hutton was previously a game day host for Titans Radio, which airs on The Zone, but stepped away from that role after Midday 180 left the station. Kuharsky covers the Titans for his personal website, Paulkuharsky.com.

“The opportunity to partner with Cromwell Media and 94.9 The Fan aligns with the vision and direction we have for OutKick 360“said Hutton in A liberation. “We live in Nashville and broadcast from downtown, and now we’re thrilled to be back on radio to bring the same entertaining show to sports radio’s most loyal listeners.”

The Fan’s weekly lineup will also include The Dan Patrick Show weekdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and The Herd with Colin Cowherd weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Game’s weekly lineup includes Robby & Rexrode (6 a.m. to 10 a.m.), Darren, Daunic & Chase (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and Stillman & Company (2 p.m. to 6 p.m.).

Follow Michael Gallagher on Twitter @MGsports_

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