Where do you find sound financial and investment advice, personality and lively talk? During The Financial Hour during your drive home, on KBNP.
Mondays / 4 - 5 PM - Business Talk with Jim Campbell - Interviews with leading figures from the world of business and the business of politics and sports. A "Vanity Fair" Magazine-like in-depth, insightful, on multiple subject areas: business, politics and sports." The "Radical Center" - Tackling big issues without the extremist distortions of today's talk radio.
Tuesdays / 4 - 5 PM - The Executive Leaders Radio - Executive Leaders Radio has become the go-to source for corporate executives who wish to discuss the secrets of their success. The program's interviews are long enough to provide weekly listeners a clear sense of each CEO's story of success. Guests typically run businesses ranging from $10 million - $16 billion, with notable exceptions made for shooting stars. Hosts Herb Cohen, Peter Schwartz, Dennis Powell, Dean Schwartz and Susan Smith have fine-tuned the art of drawing out guests so that they feel comfortable sharing the success and the long road that led them to the corner office. Listeners particularly appreciate being able to relate to our guests' life stories and their struggles along the way, as well as their personal secrets of success, leadership styles and opportunities. You might think that the only audience would be other CEOs and business overachievers, but many non-business listeners find the stories fascinating.
Wednesdays / 4 - 5 PM - The Kristen Hagopian Show - Are you looking to get more for your hard-earned money? In the years since she wrote Brilliant Frugal Living, Kris has become the go-to gal for households looking to get more for their money, with fantastic weekly advice on how to slash spending for food, clothing, home improvement, losing weight, raising kids, buying cars, wonderful vacations, real estate and much more! Enjoying guests & interviews ranging from Authors, Famous Chefs, Real Estate & Home Improvement Experts, Government Officials, Health Professionals and other nationally-recognized newsmakers, Kristen's take-no-prisoners (and no debt!) attitude are a fabulous breath of fresh air for hard-working Americans struggling to make ends meet.
Thursdays / 4 - 5 PM - Your Home—Your Money with Ella Gurfinkel - Mortgage Expertise is Ella’s business. The mortgage market has gone through a recession but she chose not to participate. Today's mortgage environment is challenging to say the least! Ella loves helping listeners and clients understand their choices and giving them options that help meet their needs. Whether On-Air or in person, Ella guides people through the mortgage process and helps make it as smooth as possible for them. This is Who Ella Helps: Current Home Owners that want to Refinance their mortgage in order to achieve monthly savings, pay off their mortgage more quickly, or get cash out for their personal goals. Individuals and Families that want to Purchase a their first Home, next Home, or Dream Home. Real Estate Agents who need a strong and reliable business partner to help meet their clients needs.
Fridays / 4 - 5 PM - Chris Hill - Motley Fool Money is a one hour weekly business radio show hosted by Chris Hill and featuring Motley Fool analysts James Early, Seth Jayson and Shannon Zimmerman. Each show includes a fast-paced roundtable discussion of the week's top investing stories, interviews with business leaders and authors, and specific stock ideas. Founded in 1993 in Alexandria, VA., by brothers David and Tom Gardner, The Motley Fool is a multimedia financial-services company dedicated to building the world's greatest investment community. Reaching millions of people each month through its website, books, newspaper column, television appearances, and subscription newsletter services, The Motley Fool champions shareholder values and advocates tirelessly for the individual investor. The company's name was taken from Shakespeare, whose wise fools both instructed and amused, and could speak the truth to the king -- without getting their heads lopped off.