The Chris Stigall Show Podcasts
Vinnie Favale, Vice President of Late Night Programming for CBS, told Chris Stigall how difficult the recent weeks have been leading up to David Letterman’s final show and the special that airs tonight, “David Letterman: A Life on Television.”
Political Pundit And Columnist: Mounting Accusations Against Hillary Clinton Could Damage Presidential Run
Political pundit and columnist Eleanor Clift questioned whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be able to survive the latest accusations of impropriety that have been leveled against her in the book Clinton Cash, by Peter Schweizer.
After finally experiencing the iWatch, Bill Weaver, PhD and associate professor at La Salle University, told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall what he feels is the next step in technology.
Economist Chris Butler, of Butler Lans & Wagler, told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that if he was the chairman and CEO of Comcast, he would “not be that disappointed” by the cancellation of the merger between Comcast and Time Warner.
Chief Economist Chris Butler of Butler, Lanz and Wagler spoke with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall about saving for retirement and when the right time it is start thinking about it.
Vincent Regan talked with Chris Stigall about his new show that he is starring in, “A.D. The Bible Continues and his role as Pontius Pilate,” as the “unfortunate governor of Judea” who ended up having Jesus Christ killed even though he did not want to.
While the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia does believe in the freedom of speech, Diroff says that they disagree with the message that it sends.
Jon Ronson, author of So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, told Chris Stigall that this is what people do on social media now — comb through thousands of tweets just to find ones that they feel are offensive.
“The media portrays him as just grabbing publicity, but I think he is taking a serious look at it and looking at all of the pros and cons,” Forbes said.
Stigall: Ted Cruz And Other Candidates Need To Be Able To Laugh At Themselves In Order To Win People Over
Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall expounded upon his theory that many presidential candidates do not become relatable until after they are no longer running, and he feels that something needs to be done about this earlier in the election.
Chris discusses Hillary Clinton’s camp comment, listener critiques and SNL politics.
Economist Chris Butler talks about jobs, home sales and more at 7AM. Comedian Dan Soder talks about tattoos, weddings, legalized marijuana and more at 7:20AM. American Sniper Nicholas Irving discusses America’s perception of snipers, training and much more at 8:20AM.
Chris discusses Obama transparency, Dick Durbin’s back of the bus analogy, Christina Agulera’s transformation and Stephen A. Smith encouraging African Americans to vote Republican. He also talked about Al Gore running against Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz view of Loretta Lynch.
Author Ed Klein told Talk Radio 1210 that he stands by his story, and that he feels that this is just the first scandal to come out of Valerie Jarrett’s investigations into the former Secretary of State.
Will Ferrell will play all nine positions for ten different MLB teams on Thursday.
La Salle University associate professor from the Department of Integrated Science, Business, and Technology, Bill Weaver, told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that the new Apple Watch is far from an innovation and is really just an invention.