Jay Lloyd — a voice long familiar to Newsradio listeners — provides recreation and leisure reports to Delaware Valley residents every Thursday on KYW.
Until his “retirement” in 2005, Jay was KYW’s Suburban Bureau chief since the bureau’s inception in 1972.
In 2012, Jay was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame (see related story).
Jay is an avid skier and sailor — the latter probably no surprise since much of his very early career in broadcasting took place in the Caribbean and the years before that in the US Coast Guard.
Now, KYW is delighted to be able to bring you Jay Lloyd’s “Getaway” reports, in which he reveals some of the special destinations he was discovered during his extensive travels.
Jay lives with his wife and daughter in Montgomery County.
As peak hurricane season approaches, KYW’s Jay Lloyd considers ways to keep vacation dollars from being blown away.
Almost anything can be repurposed. That includes a 1920’s Coast Guard Lightship that is now a beacon on the New York City restaurant scene.
Downscale dining can be an unexpected treat if your summer getaway takes you to the coastal northeast. KYW’s Jay Lloyd explains.
Explore the lives of the people who built the majestic ships and those who supplied them.
Skydiving is often at the top of those popular “bucket lists.” KYW’s Jay Lloyd stopped at a local skydiving school with a simple question.
Seeing the sights of a destination from the water is an eye-filling experience — and there’s an Annapolis kayak tour that puts visitors even closer to the action.
KYW’s Jay Lloyd says this summer is producing a bumper crop.
Looking for a spontaneous summer getaway? KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports that as the Brexit dust settles, Europe and even some American destinations have become bargain bins.
By Jay Lloyd PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If the weather cooperates, many of us will spend part of the long holiday weekend on area waters. But KYW’s Jay Lloyd has an annual reminder. We’ll be sunning and […]
As headlight to tailpipe summer traffic crawls to and from the Jersey shore, some might want to consider “The Other Shore,” where there’s room to ramble.
The sounds of chairlifts and skis are summer echoes that have given way to a treasure of summertime action on the slopes.
A vital piece of Cape May is celebrating a bicentennial this year and drawing attention to the fascinating history of the Jersey shore.
The quest was for scrapple and sausage. Where else but Shady Maple? It’s a massive Farm Market and Smorgasbord, the size of a European Duchy. The variety of sausage alone creates cravings.
For a spontaneous holiday getaway, there is a pair of destinations to launch the summer season and honor the men and women who served and sacrificed.
Generations of us have been regulars on family weekend getaways. So, what’s there, you ask?