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Born on this day!!  Actress Cloris Leachman is 94. Singer Willie Nelson is 87. Actor Burt Young is 80. Actor Perry King (“Riptide”) is 72. Singer-guitarist Wayne Kramer of the MC5 is 72. Singer Merrill Osmond of The Osmonds is 67. Director Jane Campion is 66. Actor-director Paul Gross (“Due South”) is 61. Bassist Robert Reynolds of The Mavericks is 58. Actor Adrian Pasdar (“Heroes”) is 55. Singer J.R. Richards (Dishwalla) is 53. Rapper Turbo B of Snap is 53. Guitarist Clark Vogeler of The Toadies is 51. Singer Chris “Choc” Dalyrimple of Soul for Real is 49. Guitarist Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down is 49. Country singer Carolyn Dawn Johnson is 49. Actress Lisa Dean Ryan (“Doogie Howser, M.D.”) is 48. Singer Akon is 47. Singer Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees is 47. Actor Johnny Galecki (“The Big Bang Theory,” ″Roseanne”) is 45. Actor Sam Heughan (“Outlander”) is 40. Actor Kunal Nayyar (“The Big Bang Theory”) is 39. Rapper Lloyd Banks is 38. Actress Kirsten Dunst is 38. Country singer Tyler Wilkinson of The Wilkinsons is 36. Actress Dianna Agron (“Glee”) is 34. Singer Brandon Lancaster of LANCO is 31. Rapper Travis Scott is 29.


1803 – France sold Louisiana and adjoining lands to the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
1812 – Louisiana became the 18th state in the United States.
1939 – U.S. commercial television made its official debut at the New York World’s Fair.The signal was transmitted from the Empire State Building.
1945 – Adolf Hitler and his newly married mistress Eva Braun committed suicide.
1948 – The Organization of American States held its first meeting in Bogotá, Colombia.
1975 – The Vietnam War ended with South Vietnam’s surrender to North Vietnam.
1991 – Over 131,000 were killed and as many as 9 million left homeless when a cyclone struck Bangladesh.
2003 – Libya accepted responsibility for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

Today Is: Adopt A Shelter Pet Day, Animal Advocacy Day, Buddha Day, Bugs Bunny Day, Díá De Los Niños / Díá De Los Libros Day, International Jazz Day, National Animal Advocacy Day, National Bubble Tea Day, National Honesty Day, National Military Brats Day, National Prepareathon Day, National Raisin Day, Poem In Your Pocket Day, Spank Out Day, Walpurgis Night

Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)

CBS – 8:00 –  Young Sheldon  /  8:30 – Man With A Plan  /  9:00 – Man With A Plan  /  9:30 – Broke  /  10:00 – Tommy
NBC – 8:00 – Council Of Dads  /  9:00 – Council Of Dads  /  10:00 – Blindspot
ABC – 8:00 –  Who Wants To Be A Millionaire  /  9:00 – Station 19  /  10:00 – How To Get Away With Murder
FOX – 8:00 – Last Man Standing  /  8:30 – Last Man Standing  /  9:00 – Mental Samurai
CW – 8:00 –  Katy Keene /  9:00 – In The Dark

TV Talk Shows

James Corden: Machine Gun Kelly & Travis Barker
Live with Kelly and Ryan: Jimmy Kimmel, Beth Behrs
Ellen DeGeneres: Kristen Bell
Wendy Williams: Abby Lee Miller
The Real: Ayesha Curry, Jessie T. Usher


WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN’ ABOUT? Here are today’s PPM-Friendly Topics!

QUESTION: With everyone SCARED TO DEATH, are DRIVE-INS now the future of cinema?? Take a look!!!!

QUESTION: How will DISNEY WORLD look after it reopens (soon!)??? It’ll definitely be a smaller world!!!!!

QUESTION: Did you know there are Wuhan-style WET MARKETS operating in the U.S.A.? Shut ‘em down!!!

QUESTION: Want some coaching for that JOB INTERVIEW?? Duchess MEGHAN MARKLE is here for you!!

QUESTION: YOU have problems? The super-rich are learning how to change toilet rolls and use washing machines!!

Billie Joe Armstrong Performs With Sons

Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day performed “I Think We’re Alone Now” with his sons Joey and Jakob on The Late Late Show.  He played guitar and sang inside a home studio on Tuesday while his sons handled the drums and bass.  The song was first performed by Tommy James & The Shondells.  Armstrong has covered the song before plus other tracks such as “Manic Monday” by The Bangles and “War Stories” by Starjets on his No Fun Mondays YouTube series.  Armstrong also recently covered “That Thing You Do!” by the late Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne who died in April at the age of 52 from complications related to COVID-19.  The rockstar also discussed how his fellow Green Day members Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool are doing at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.  “Mike is basically becoming like a farmer right now. He’s been growing his own vegetables, but he’s also organizing his record collection. Trey has just been hanging out with his wife Sarah and their baby Mickey and trying to play drums as much as he can,” Armstrong said.  See the video HERE
*********Who does he think he is? Weezer??
TOPIC: Which artist has done the best job of covering a classic hit??
*******You’ll know they’re REALLY bored when they cover “Muskrat Love!!”

New Academy Rules

Films released only on streaming services in 2020 will be eligible to be nominated for the 93rd Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday.  The new rule is in effect only for films competing in the 2021 Oscar ceremony.  Previous rules required films to premiere in theaters for at least seven days and at least three showtimes per day in order to be eligible for the Oscars. Netflix films such as Roma and The Irishman, as well as other independent films, only qualified in previous award seasons because they played in theaters before streaming.  But the closure of movie theaters due to the coronavirus pandemic poses a new scenario for the Academy. The major studio film Trolls World Tour premiered on video on demand, and Universal has set Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island for a June 12 streaming release.  The new rules stipulate that if a theatrical release had been planned, but the film premiered on streaming instead due to COVID-19, the film could still qualify for nominations. The film also must be made available to Academy voters via their private streaming site within 60 days of release, and should meet all other eligibility requirements.  Furthermore, previous requirements mandated all eligible movies to have Los Angeles theatrical playdates. The Academy expanded eligible cities to include New York City, Chicago, the San Francisco Bay Area, Miami and Atlanta once theaters reopen.  Typically, studios schedule their award-hopeful movies for fall releases. It’s possible studios will start releasing movies to theaters by the fall, but only some states, such as Georgia and Texas, have begun reopening theaters under new guidelines.  The Oscars ceremony is scheduled to air Feb. 21 on ABC.
******This really COULD be the end of the world as we know it!!
******When they start nominating homemade YouTube videos, you’ll know they’re desperate!!
******Think of all the money we’ll save on popcorn!!!

Harrison Ford In Trouble With The FAA Again

Harrison Ford is being investigated for making an error while operating a plane this week in California.  The actor, an avid flyer, apparently landed at the Hawthorne Airport on Friday in Southern California when he began traveling from the runway to the taxiway. According to audio obtained by TMZ, Ford failed to follow a tower operator’s direction to “hold short” on the runway due to “traffic.”  Based on the audio, it appears the actor did not hear the direction. He began to cross the runway anyway, prompting the operator to scold him for not following his instructions.  “Get across that runway now! I told you to hold short! You need to listen up,” the operator says.  “Excuse me, sir, I thought exactly the opposite. I’m terribly sorry,” Ford responded immediately.  TMZ reported that there was no risk of a crash. The other plane was reportedly 3,600 feet from Ford’s aircraft.  TMZ claims an official for the Federal Aviation Administration said the incident is now under investigation. Ford’s rep told the outlet that he “misheard” the operator’s instruction and apologized right away.  Ford was in the middle of getting his license updated so that he can participate in relief efforts.
*******We’re not saying he’s old, but the Wright Brothers taught him how to fly!! (For millennials: they invented the airplane)
******At first they thought his plane was on fire… but that cloud of smoke was just his “airborne bong!!”
******He’s a little confused. They call him the “Joe Biden of pilots!!”

Nicole Kidman’s Pet Name For Keith Urban

Nicole Kidman married Keith Urban in 2006 and has developed a nickname for him that she said suits his personality.  In a recent interview with WSJ. Magazine, she revealed that she calls Urban “mellow muso.”  Muso being a term meaning musician in Australia, Kidman said the name describes him well, per Entertainment Tonight.  “He’s pretty much the flip side of neurotic,” said Kidman, later noting that her hubby is the first person she’d call during an emergency.  She said her family is her priority and will “pass on films” if the timing is wrong. Kidman frequently chooses projects that shoot on the East Coast and during the summer when the kids aren’t in school.  “We have a system worked out to keep the family together,” she explained. “When Keith’s not touring, it’s much easier. He’ll be on tour next year, and then I just don’t work as much. Literally — it will become imbalanced, and we will change it.”  She added: “We don’t have the answers, but the one thing we do know is that we will not jeopardize us.”
********That’s nice. Excuse us.. we have to go through our junk drawer looking for money to buy food!!
******He’s calm?? Or is he drugged??
TOPIC: What is YOUR pet name for your significant other??

Mario Lopez Dishes Quarantine Sex Life

Mario Lopez thinks his wife, Courtney Laine Mazza, will be pregnant before this quarantine is over.  “I will be very surprised if I don’t get another baby coming out of this,” the “Extra” host joked to Page Six. “We keep busy in that department — but we also keep busy with the kids,” Gia, 9, Dominic, 6, and Santino, 9 months.  But “Sometimes [Mazza] needs to be alone, so she finds different places to hide in the house,” he said. Outside of the bedroom, Lopez and the former Giant Victor Cruz are helping raise money for the Boys & Girls Clubs’ COVID-19 Relief Fund. Food delivery service goPuff is matching donations to the fund.
*******One of the hardest things about the lockdown is listening to celebrities bragging about how great their lives are!!
******If he has another kid, we hope it looks like the gardener!!
TOPIC: Has the lockdown been a sexfest for YOU??

AMC Theatres Feuding With Universal

AMC Theatres will no longer play Universal films effective immediately after “unacceptable” comments were made from NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell on its decision to bypass a traditional theatrical release for Trolls World Tour and make it a digital exclusive.  In a new interview with the Wall Street Journal, Jeff Shell noted that Trolls World Tour succeeded their expectations, pulling in nearly $100 million in revenue through digital sales alone and more than five million copies sold.  As a result, Shell noted that as “soon as theaters reopen, we expect to release movies on both formats,” meaning some movies would continue with theatrical releases while others would go directly to digital retailers or possibly land on NBCUniversal’s new streaming service, Peacock. The move led to a lengthy statement from AMC Theatres chair-CEO Adam Aron, who claimed that Shell’s comments were “unacceptable.”  “It is disappointing to us, but Jeff’s comments as to Universal’s unilateral actions and intentions have left us with no choice,” Aron wrote. “Therefore, effectively immediately AMC will no longer play any Universal movies in any of our theatres in the United States, Europe or the Middle East.”  AMC Theatres is the largest cinema chain in the US, and losing access to its theaters is a devastating blow for Universal’s biggest upcoming films, including F9. The ninth installment in the Fast and Furious franchise was delayed from this year until April 2021, when Universal expected to give it a proper theatrical release. F9 is a movie that’s likely to generate close to $1 billion at the global box office, if not more. It seems unlikely that Universal will give up its share of that revenue, but Aron reiterated in his statement this is “not some hollow or ill-considered threat.
*******We don’t blame him!! Theater chains will be fighting for their life!!
****You can’t really enjoy a “Fast and Furious” movie without sticky floors and a bunch of kids talking behind you!!
TOPIC: Does it matter to you whether you see a movie in a theater or at home??

Get Paid To Binge Star Wars

EDsmart, a college-ranking website, is looking for a die-hard Star Wars fan to binge all 11 theatrical films from the Star Wars franchise, plus all episodes of the Disney Plus series The Mandalorian, for $1,000 plus a bunch of Star Wars swag and other prizes.  “Most of the world is struggling with self-isolation and not having a normal routine–like we’re all living on Tatooine with nothing to do except fix our vaporators on our moisture farm,” it says on the EDsmart website. “So, in light of all that’s going on out there and in our homes, we’ve decided to pay up to five Jedi, Sith, or Wookie $1,000 each to watch every Star Wars movie and The Mandalorian series.”  EDsmart calculated the amount of time for each show and move, which add up to just over 30 hours of galactic entertainment. Considering the $1,000 payout, the chosen candidate would be earning about $30 per hour for their binge-watching time. They will also be expected to live tweet or livestream their experience while tagging @edurefdesk or using the hashtag #edurefdesk.  Although this task can be done in two days, EDsmart notes on its website that the chosen candidate can have up to four days to complete it.  More information and the online application can be found on the EDsmart website.
********Sounds like fun!! But you’ll be as big as a planet when you’re finished!!
****The upside: you’ll win every Jabba lookalike contest!
*******Did you know that light sabers have 33% fewer calories? Just askin’!
TOPIC: The Star Wars movies have very different production values!! Which ones are YOUR favorites??


Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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Channing Ditched Jessie For Online Dating!-(National Enquirer)

“Magic Mike” hunk Channing Tatum couldn’t conjure up the right potion to save is relationship with songbird Jessie J!  The two parted in December because they couldn’t find time in their busy schedules for each other-but when they reunited in February, they found that being together wasn’t as enchanting as they’d hoped.  “They just realized they didn’t work together,” a source spilled.  “There was no nasty showdown or bitterness.”  Insiders snitched that the time Channing had alone after his nine-year marriage to actress Jenna Dewan ended in 2018 made the “Logan Lucky” star realized he loved playing the field!  Channing, 40, is already active on Raya, a private, members-only dating app popular with celebs.  “He just needs to move on and sample the dating scene,” the source said.  “Things just naturally ran their course!”

Jane’s Plain About Boredom!-(Globe)

Jane Fonda’s never endured boredom a day in her 82 years?  Seems not.  “I have a lot of inner resources,” says the “Barbarella” babe, “and one of them is that I don’t mind being alone.  And that I don’t get bored.”  So what’s the actress doing to keep herself entertained?  “I read two papers every day,” she reveals.  “In my hand, materially-I need to hold the pages.  I do that every morning before I work out,” she says, adding:  “I watch ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ ‘Better Things,’ ‘Homeland.’  I started to watch ‘Tiger King’ and was disgusted.”  You growl, girl!

Matthew & Cheryl:  The Honeymooners-(Us Weekly)

This time last year, Matthew Lawrence and Cheryl Burke were preparing for their May 23 wedding.  Now, like everyone in the country on lockdown, the pair are experiencing “a different type of stress,” the dancer, 35, says.  Burke has been diamond painting with her All That Glitters club, while Lawrence, 40, has been bonding with the couple’s reptiles.  “It does test quite a few things,” Burke adds, “but we’re getting along great.”

A Milestone Moment-(Star)

Aberdeenshire, Scotland, April 8

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall went to the dogs in a newly released photo to honor their 15th wedding anniversary on April 9.  The royal couple shared the spotlight with Jack Russell terriers Bluebell and Beth in the celebratory shot, taken at Birkhall on the Balmoral estate.  Charles, 71-who inherited the Scottish retreat from his grandmother, the Queen Mother, in 2003-and Camilla, 72, have fond memories of the 18th-century home, where they spent their honeymoon in 2005 and often stay during the summer.  His Royal Highness’ favorite Birkhall offerings include the River Muick and the expansive grounds, which the passionate gardener has called “a special place.”

It’s Alex Trebek’s 36th Jeopary! Anniversary!-(Life & Style)

Alex Trebek has beaten the odds.  It’s been more than a year since the Jeopardy! Host was first diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.  Just 18 percent of patients generally survive past the 12-month mark.  But Alex’s premiere as the host of Jeopardy! aired on Sept. 10, 1984-meaning he’s months away from celebrating his 36th anniversary on the popular quiz show.  The new season, the syndicated series’ 36th, is reportedly set to kick off on Sept. 21.  “He’ll be back,” assures a source, echoing a sentiment the presenter has said himself.  “As long as I can walk out, and greet the audience and the contestants, and run the game,” muses Alex, “I’m happy.”

Deborra-Lee Furness & Hugh Jackman:  Happy Anniversary!-(People)

The actor, 51, and his wife, 64, celebrated 24 years of marriage on April 11.  “These 24 years have been the best of my life!  And, as far as I can see, we keep getting better.  I love you Debs with every fiber of my soul,” Jackman posted.

Last Laughs-(In Touch)

“Ben Affleck joked that his child stardom was the reason Matt Damon started acting because Matt was ‘incredibly jealous.’  No word on whether Matt considered quitting acting after seeing Gigli.”-Paul Lander.

“M.C. Hammer celebrated his 58th birthday-and released a new sing, ‘U Can’t Touch Anything.’”-Seth Meyers.

“Meghan Markle narrated a new Disney+ documentary about elephants.  She was great in Suits-I can’t wait to hear her in Trunks!”-David Spade.

Tiger King star Joe Exotic has filed a $94 million lawsuit from prison.  His former tigers had no sympathy, saying, ‘Sucks to be in a cage, dude-we get it!’”-David Spade.



GMA Report Caught With No Pants

An ABC News reporter committed a classic work-from-home faux pas when he was caught not wearing pants while delivering a report on live TV.  Will Reeve, son of late actor Christopher Reeve, appeared Tuesday morning on Good Morning America to deliver a report about pharmacies using drones to deliver drugs to patients.  At the end of the segment, the chryon at the bottom of the screen disappeared, revealing Reeve was only fully dressed on his top half.  Reeve, who operated his own camera while working from home, later clarified on Twitter that the segment did not offer a glimpse of his underwear, but rather a skimpy pair of workout shorts for the exercise he had been planning to do after his segment ended.  “Hope everyone got a much needed laugh,” he tweeted.  See the video HERE.
********Sure… those were… workout shorts!! NOT sexy boxer briefs!!
******Matt Lauer said, “It’s a good look… but you should only do that in the office, with the door locked!!”
******Robin Roberts is thinking “my package is bigger!!!”
TOPIC: Most embarrassing thing YOU’VE been caught at while working at home!!

Mystery Poo-er Wanted

An Australian resident posted a sign warning a “mystery human poo-er” that cameras were being put up to discourage defecation on their property.  The sign, which went viral after being posted to Reddit, is addressed to a “mystery human poo-er” who has allegedly been leaving their poop next to the home’s garage in Marrickville, a Sydney suburb.  “We have installed this fence and a camera to hand over to the police,” the note reads. “We understand that COVID-19 is tough on everyone but please stop [expletive] on our garage.”  The sign includes directions to a nearby public toilet.  “Also make sure you chew your food better and whatever it is that makes it sticky I’d get that checked,” the note reads.
*******In other words: “Do your defecation in isolation!!”
*******How did they know it was “sticky?” Yuck!!!!

Governor Apologizes To Tupac Shakur

The governor of Kentucky personally called a resident named Tupac Shakur to apologize for using his unemployment claim as an example of a prank claim.  Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said during his Monday night news conference that “bad apples” have been using fake names to file for unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We had somebody apply for unemployment for Tupac Shakur here in Kentucky,” Beshear said. “And that person may have thought they were being funny, they probably did. Except for the fact that because of them, we had to go through so many other claims.”  The claim was not a prank reference to the rapper who died in 1996, but rather a real claim from a Lexington resident named Tupac Malik Shakur, 46.  Shakur said he filed for unemployment March 13, after the restaurant where he works as a cook closed due to the coronavirus crisis. He said he was shocked to learn from the governor’s news conference that the reason his benefits haven’t been issued yet is because officials thought his name was a joke.  “I’m hurt, I’m really embarrassed and I’m shocked,” Shakur told the Lexington Herald-Leader on Monday. “He needs to apologize. That’s just my name.”  See the apology HERE.
*******THAT was embarrassing. Now the state of Kentucky is putting claims for “Biggie Smalls” and “Snoop Dogg” on a fast track!!
*******However, they’re still suspicious of “Buzz Lightyear” and “Woody!!
TOPIC: Do you share your name with a famous person??

Stationary Bike Record

A cyclist who rode his stationary bike for 24 hours to raise money for Toronto-area COVID-19 relief ended up breaking a Guinness World Record by traversing the equivalent of 626 miles.  Travis Samuel of Peterborough, Ontario, climbed onto his Zwift stationary bike at 6 p.m. Friday at his father’s home in Whitby and rode until 6 p.m. Saturday.  Samuel, who was joined at various points by about 1,000 other riders through the Zwift network, managed a total distance of 626 miles, breaking the previous Guinness World Record of 614 miles.  The ride, dubbed the CRUSH COVID 24-hour indoor cycling marathon, raised money for Toronto’s Michael Garron Hospital Foundation.
********It would have been much healthier just to ride outside!!
******He could have been 600 miles away from Toronto by now!!







How To Deal With A Boss Who Micromanages Your Work From Home

Huffington Post

First, try to understand why your boss is now a micromanager.

There are many reasons why your boss is behaving irrationally and is monitoring your performance more right now, said Lara Hogan, author of “Resilient Management” and former vice president of engineering at Kickstarter.

“They might be worried about their reputation and so they want to make sure their team is delivering; they might be worried about a deadline because they so crave certainty right now,” Hogan said, noting that neither scenario is a good reason for this behavior.

“Most managers are running on fear that they can’t control what’s going on, so they are trying to control productivity,” said Elaine Varelas, managing partner of human capital consulting firm Keystone Partners.

Accusing your boss of being a micromanager can put them on the defensive and make your conversation less productive, but open-ended questions can help you find out the source of your boss’ change in behavior. Hogan suggested what/why questions that don’t assume an answer, such as, “What, if anything, are you especially worried about right now?”

Once you understand their reasoning, frame your response in the language that they care about. Hogan said that could be like, “Hey, I know you really care about this deadline. Checking in this often is taking away my focus on the project, which is not going to help me hit this deadline. Maybe instead we can … ”


Try to suggest a new way of reporting to them.

How to discuss your manager’s micromanaging tendencies depends on your track record and your relationship. But if you can afford to be straightforward, Green said you can suggest what you want in a matter-of-fact way, like, “‘I know that working from home has been new for all of us, but now that we’ve been doing this for a few weeks, can we go back to more of the autonomy that we had when we were in the office, because I think I work more effectively that way … Can we say for the next week, we are going to change the … reporting system that we’re using? If it doesn’t work, we can address that.’”

Suggesting what you want as an experiment, rather than saying you want to change a system forever, may make it more likely to get your “yes,” Green said.

Coming in with a proposal to your manager, Green said, is also a good idea “because clearly their ideas and solutions have failed them so far.” The goal is to frame your concern as something that is taking away from your ability to do your job well.

Varelas said employees should also be proactive about keeping their micromanager informed. That could take the form of a written report that says “Here are the things I’ve done this week, here are the things I’ve brought forward, and maybe even here are a list of things I’d appreciate talking about in our one-on-one,” Varelas said.

If you have a shared calendar with your manager, keep it filled with your projects, so you can give your manager insight into what it is that you do and how they can help, Varelas said.

And if your boss is still asking to see you on video at all times even after you discuss your request, use bandwidth issues as an excuse.

“I don’t think that there’s an ethical issue with just saying, ‘My data plan is not supporting that,’” Green said.


How you tell your manager about this matters, too.

Consider the medium of how you usually bring up sensitive issues to your boss. That’s the medium you want to use with this. Green says people often hope these kinds of conversations can be done in an email, but she suggests a real-time conversation in which you can clarify what you are saying and have the context of tone.

“If you get an email from someone saying they feel micromanaged, it’s hard to not feel defensive by that, even if you’re pretty well-intentioned,” Green said. “A conversation is warmer and doesn’t feel quite as chilly.”


Don’t let their check-ins get under your skin.

Often the reason your boss has become a micromanager has nothing to do with your performance, so don’t let their unwanted check-ins change how you see your capabilities.

When you are feeling annoyed and frustrated by a micromanager’s surveillance, it can help to know that their actions are not usually about you, but are a poor reflection of their ability to manage.

“It’s not about you being untrustworthy or needing that intense management,” Green said. “Someone who micromanages, someone who asks for something as ridiculous as wanting to see you on video all day long, that is someone who is telling you they do not know how to manage. And that’s about them. That has nothing do with you.”


The preceding material was compiled and edited by Brandon Castillo.  The Editor-In-Chief is Gary Bryan.  The Radio Genius Show Prep Service is licensed for use on-air only by subscribing radio stations.  Other means of redistribution is forbidden.
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