Monday-Friday 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio. He grew up in New Jersey and spent his career advising candidates in New Jersey and Pennsylvania running for all levels of political office including Governor, US Senate, and Congress. He was the youngest chair of a political party in New Jersey history.
Rich is the founder of RZC Impact, a communications firm specializing in media training, public speaking, and strategy. His clients have included Fortune 500 Executives, national television personalities, and bestselling authors. He has personally trained individuals for high profile speaking engagements appearances on national programs including Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, Larry King Live, CBS Evening News, Hannity, Today Show, and many others.
Rich is the author of “The Seven Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods of a PR Pro,” and a Visiting Associate at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at RutgersUniversity in New Jersey.
Rich covered Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for President next year, Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord’s resignation, and Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman’s Super Bowl Sunday dilemma.
Rich assessed President Obama’s disagreements with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, University policies addressing sexual assault on campus, and a domestic violence that will air during the Super Bowl. He talked to Dr. Katie Schultes about the damage being done to children by parents who do not vaccinate their children.
Rich Zeoli spoke with the Superintendent of the Quakertown School District, William Harner, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about a proposal to change snow days into ‘cyber’ days.
Rich covered the cost associated with shutting down cities for this week’s storm, police cracking down on kids shoveling snow, and President Obama’s trip to Saudi Arabia. He also talked with Stephen Morris from General Motors, David Harsanyi from the Federalist, and William Harner, Superintendent of the Quakertown School District.
3pm – Rich starts off the show with a discussion regarding travel bans implemented by the government. Rich takes calls on what bat sign should be used by the government. 3:30 – Author Annie Jacobsen joins Rich to discuss her book, Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America. 4:00 – Rich weighs in on Bill Maher’s comments regarding Chris Kyle, The American Sniper. Rick explores why some police officers are unhappy with the app, Waze. 5:00 – Rich explores if an all-female Ghostbusters cast could own up to the original movie. 5:20 – Rich talks about his experience adopting his newborn baby Patrick, and being fingerprinted. 5:30 – Villanova University Professor Danial Mark discuss Saudi blogger Raif Badwi being lashed 1,000 times.
3pm – Rich weighs in on what the snow storm hitting the Northeast should be named. 3:30pm – Rich explores how much is too much to pay kids in your neighborhood to shovel your driveway? 3:45pm – CBS3’s meteorologist Kate Bilo gives a weather update. 4:15pm – Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health policy at University of Pennsylvania joins Rich to discuss bringing back Mental Asylums. 4:45pm – Weather update with Kate Bilo. 4:50pm – Technology just may be ruining snow days for school aged children. 5:00pm – Rich explains why he believes Mitt Romney won’t run in the Presidential Election. 5:30pm – Headlines 5:50pm – Rich explores Bill Maher’s comments regarding ‘American Sniper’.
Rich explained his opposition to President Obama being interviewed on YouTube, the latest in the takeover of Atlantic City, and McDonald’s continued financial struggles. He also talked with foreign policy analyst Paul Bonicelli about the death of the King of Saudi Arabia.
Rich Zeoli spoke with Dr. Donna Tonrey, Director of Clinical Counseling and Family Therapy at La Salle University, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about spouses keeping secret bank accounts and hiding purchases from each other.
Rich covered the latest in the controversy surrounding allegations that the New England Patriots deflated the footballs in their win on Sunday night, the video released of a police shooting in Bridgeton, and New Jersey’s takeover of Atlantic City. He also talked to Dr. Mazz about the most dangerous sex positions, and Dr. Donna Tonrey from La Salle University about spouses keeping secret bank accounts.
Rich reviews President Obama’s State of the Union Address, meteorologists getting fired for getting their predictions wrong, and what should the penalty be for the New England Patriots after deflating the footballs in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. He also talks to Chris Chase from USA Today and Kay Hymowitz from the Manhattan Institute.
Rich discussed the criticism received by the film ‘American Sniper,’ and why showering everyday is bad for your skin. He talked to Dr. Paul Boxer from Rutgers University about the challenges to local curfews, Jerry Price from Princeton University about running up the score in a basketball game, and Army Sniper Nicholas Irving about his book, The Reaper.
Rich weighs in on the NFL investigating if the Patriots deflated footballs. Should a mercy rule be established in sports? 4:15 – Author Lenore Skenazy talks about free range parenting. Rich explores at what age children should be allowed to walk outside without parental guidance. Martin Luther King Jr. encouraged to commit suicide by the FBI. U.S. Army Sniper Nick Irving dismisses Michael Moore’s comments. Rich talks about the government limiting the amount of pizza children consume.
Rich Zeoli talked with State Senator Jake Corman on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the settlement reached between the NCAA and Penn State that alleviated some of the sanctions against the school and restored the wins taken away from football coach Joe Paterno.
Rich analyzed the agreement by the NCAA and Penn State to restore wins taken away from Joe Paterno in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky affair, flights be scheduled to Cuba, and singer Rick Springfield’s emotional testimony at trial. He also talked to Pennsylvania State Senator Jake Corman about the agreement between Penn State and the NCAA, and Darpana Sheth from the Institute of Justice about civil asset forfeiture.
Rich discussed the Pope saying free speech has limits, another cake baking lawsuit, and the OSCAR nominations. He also talked to Dr. Mazz about the trends against vaccines and healthcare costs under the Affordable Care Act.