News From WFYL — Good friend Kim Kennedy has asked us to let you know that Laura Ingraham can be heard on WFYL 9 a.m. to noon on weekdays.
Kim hosts the station’s It’s A New Day program 6-9 a.m., Tuesday and Thursday and can be heard here.
Laura’s great, Kim, but here 9-noon is Dom Time.
News From WFYL
Dom Hosts Bill O’Reilly In Speaker Series — Bill O’Reilly will be guest of WPHT’s Speaker Series, 7 p.m., Oct. 19 at Broadway Theatre of Pitman, 43 S. Broadway, Pitman, N.J. 08071.
Host is Dom Giordano. Tickets are $24 and include a copy of O’Reilly’s book Killing England.
Dom Hosts Bill O’Reilly In Speaker Series
Smerconish Gone From WPHT — Teri Adams of the Independence Hall Tea Party Association tells us that as of yesterday, April 15, WPHT 1210 AM has a new daily lineup that does not feature Michael Smerconish, who has apparently invested the 30 pieces of silver he has earned over the last five years into a podcast.
Chris Stigall runs from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.; the always great Dom Giordano adds another hour and runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and national pundit Dick Morris joins Gary R’nel from 2 to 6 p.m.
Smerconish Gone From WPHT
Dom Giordano Hecht Of An Announcer — Congratulations to Dom Giordano of WPHT 1210AM for winning the Ben Hecht Award for Outstanding Journalism, which is presented by The Philadelphia District of the Zionist Organization of America, a
non-profit group that concentrates on education, advocacy and outreach
on behalf of Israel and a strong and mutually beneficial U.S.-Israel
Hecht is best known for his screenplays which include Scarface (the original); Notorious and, most iconically, The Front Page and His Gal Friday.
Before becoming the toast of Hollywood Hecht made his fame as a Hildy-Johnson-type Chicago journalist.
Hecht, who was Jewish, was a notable supporter of Israel during the nation’s birth pangs.
Dom Giordano Hecht Of An Announcer