Best wgbb podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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SPORTSTALK1240
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New York Sports Talk on AM1240-WGBB
 
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Sports Radio NY » Past Shows
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Sports Radio NY is a network of New York sports talk radio shows broadcasted live every Sunday night from 9:00pm to 11:00pm on Long Island's AM1240-WGBB.
 
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On Par with Anthony Scorcia
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Celebrating golf on Long Island every Saturday at 8AM on Long Island's WGBB 1240AM. http://www.am1240wgbb.com/
 
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Labor Lines
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Labor Lines is a program about working men and women and the organizations that represent them, broadcasting in Manhattan as well as throughout Long Island. Labor Lines strives to take the mic to the streets and help the labor voice be heard. On the air continuously since March of 1999, Labor Lines is a production of the law firm of Fusco Brandenstein and Rada, P.C. The shows are produced weekly at the firms headquarters in Woodbury, N.Y. Labor Lines is hosted by Victor Fusco and Produced by ...
 
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READ MY LIPS with host akaRadioRed
 
READ MY LIPS is not your usual blah-blah-yada-yada, Q&A interview talk show where guests follow a canned script. akaRadioRed engages authors in lively, spontaneous and unpredictable conversations that reach beyond the pages of their book. Featured topics: Relationships, Workplace, Family, Entrepreneurs, Food, Health and more. Producer/host Bonnie D. Graham akaRadioRed, a former WGBB-AM1240 NY talk radio producer/host, thanks the thousands of BTR listeners who have become fans!
 
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OFF THE TOP Snipe Tape Series – OFF THE TOP Radio.com
 
One of the mighty spin-offs of the original OFF THE TOP show, the Snipe Tape Series gives you a taste of what happened on last week’s OFF THE TOP. A lot goes into an episode of OTTR and the Snipes may include any of it.Call the WGBB Two Way Talk Lines (631-888-88-11) to find out when to catch the next show.
 
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Host Andy Suekoff welcomes sports radio personality Chris Moore to the show, who talks about hos long career in the sports world, including an interesting fact about longtime New Jersey Devils and now Toronto Maple Leafs GM, Lou Lamoriello. Later Andy tries to get himself and WGBB board operator Bryan Graves contracts with the Mets,...…
 
Host Paul Spiteri welcomes Jerry Wiffler to the WGBB studio to guest co-host, as the guys began the show discussing the Yankees opening day disaster and the Mets season opener tomorrow at CitiField. Later former Mets and Yankees outfielder Ron Swoboda joined the show to talk about his career and the current New York baseball teams.…
 
Host Mike Vivalo welcomes his dad to the WGBB studio, as co-host Jeff Guida joins the show from home as he drafts his fantasy baseball team. The guys focus on the NCAA tournament for the majority of the program.
 
Host Andy Suekoff welcomes Stony Brook University Seawolves hockey team forward Devon Palmieri to the WGBB studio to co-host the show. The guys also welcomed Devon’s brother and New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri to the program. The brothers discussed their hockey journeys from a backyard rink to college to the NHL. Later, Andy discusses t ...…
 
This time of year is magic time… 2016 is almost over but 2017 is ahead with its infinite possibilities. So my question is this: are you living your best life possible given all you learned this year? Renowned visionary Edgar Cayce once said: “Each soul has a definite job to do. But only you alone may find and do that job.” Tonight, we’re going ...…
 
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth presents an introspective interview with Psychic Medium & Author Joyce Keller Joyce Keller is an internationally-known visionary, author, television and radio host, media personality, author of six best-selling books which are sold internationally, including England, Greece, Italy, Africa, China, and many other c ...…
 
Dr Michele Reed and Ted Hicks discuss motivational tips, election stress and cyber bullying with the following guests: Radiah Rhodes Julie Kreiman Jay Stewart AM1240 WGBB
 
Dr Michele Reed and Ted Hicks discuss motivational tips, election stress and cyber bullying with the following guests:Radiah RhodesJulie KreimanJay StewartAM1240 WGBB
 
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Gotham Sports Network Podcasts
 
PTIsles is the all-Islanders panel discussion show hosted by Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) James Duffy (@TwoTurtleDuffs) and Alex Peck (@BuddyPeck)The Starting Six:Isles/Pens ReactionLadd Line Shake Up?Defense as OffensePulock Injury Ice issues Karate Kid BobbleheadPTIsles interview with Gary Harding; Host of Sportstalk1240 Sunday's on WGBB and VP of ...…
 
PTIsles is the all-Islanders panel discussion show hosted by Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) James Duffy (@TwoTurtleDuffs) and Alex Peck (@BuddyPeck)The Starting Six:Isles/Pens ReactionLadd Line Shake Up?Defense as OffensePulock Injury Ice issues Karate Kid BobbleheadPTIsles interview with Gary Harding; Host of Sportstalk1240 Sunday's on WGBB and VP of ...…
 
Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews.Today's guests include: Dr Michele Reed - As Dr MicheleRalph Acosta - Teen SafeRosalyn R. Ross - Lady Sings The SportsLIVE on 1240AM WGBB…
 
RWDSU 338 President John Durso discusses the union's efforts to save jobs in the wake of Waldbaum's bankruptcy. Dr. Angelika Santomauro, director of the American Labor Museum discusses the Labor Day Parade they co-sponsored, which took place Sunday, September 6th.
 
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Boomerang (WMBR)
 
Track Artist Song Year 1 Pavement Folk Jam 1999 2 Pavement Date w/IKEA 1997 3 Pavement Blue Hawaiian 1997 4 Pavement Rattled by the Rush 1995 5 Pavement Grounded 1995 6 Pavement Silence Kit 1994 7 Pavement In the Mouth a Desert 1992 8 Pavement You're Killing Me 1989 9 Pavement Box Elder 1989 10 Pavement Loretta's Scars 1992 11 Pavement Shoot Th ...…
 
Our guest this week is John R. Durso, President of the LI Federation of Labor, President of RWDSU Local 338, and Chair of LI United Way. We discuss the effect of the recent elections on labor as a cataclysm or opportunity; dealing with new members of Congress and labor. Durso goes on to talk about labor's excellent relationship with NY State an ...…
 
Fair trade or Free trade agreements are rarely what their titles imply. Basically, they are little more than complete giva-a-ways to corporate interests. Hey, this is not just “tax breaks,” this is far worse. Free trade agreements represent a government’s relinquishment of its sovereign power. They make our laws meaningless, because any foreign ...…
 
A united voice in the workforce is the last remaining bulwark against the influx of corporate dollars in our politics. In this week’s program we first focus on a recent report from the Fiscal Policy Institute that deals with the economics of prevailing wage laws. Our guests, Shirley Aldebol, Vice President of 32 BJ SEIU and Mathew Bogovich, a r ...…
 
Unions are made up of a wide variety of trades and occupations. How can union leaders ensure that those diverse labor voices are united around the common goals: maintaining the middle class, combatting income disparity; raising minimum wages; promoting safe workplaces, and more. Vincent Alvarez, President of the NYC Central Labor Council, descr ...…
 
This week we focus on Staten Island. Although the conventional wisdom is that Staten Island goes against the grain of New York City politics, it has been a stronghold of suburban organizing in New York City. Robert Holst, is a member of IBEW local 3 and one of the founders of the Middle Class Action Project, he’s a knowledgeable spokesperson ab ...…
 
From Public Employees to Auto Workers, working people need to coalesce to address common problems. This means lobbying in Albany (and DC) as well as working within the labor movement. Peter Meringolo, Chair of the NYS Public Employee Conference, discusses current issues PEC faces and the challenges he deals with to try to keep public employees ...…
 
Governor Cuomo recently announced an attempt to eliminate 2,500 workers from the protection of Public Employee Federation by reclassifying their job titles to non-union positions. Needless to say, neither the workers, nor their union, are rather unhappy. Guests, Susan Kent, President of the Public Employee Federation and Connie Batts, the Long ...…
 
Healthcare and the Economy have been the major political themes of 2014. In final of 2014 we discuss both. Former New York Times columnist Jeff Madrick is the author of Seven Bad Ideas: How Mainstream Economists have Damaged America and The World. He tells us about widely accepted “bad ideas” that continue to be “rule of thumb” for many economi ...…
 
In September, throngs crowded the streets of New York City and marched to Time Square where they challenged world leaders to address climate change with action rather than words. On December 15th, labor and community groups convened to release a report prepared by the Alliance for a Greater New York (ALIGN) detailing steps New Yorkers should in ...…
 
Politics is a world of “you scratch my back and I scratch your back”, but Mayor De Blasio’s attempt to eliminate the horse drawn carriages in Central park may be “one scratch” too many. This week we talk to Christina Hansen, a horse carriage driver and member of the teamsters, about the campaign to save the horses in central park. She was joine ...…
 
The so called “economic recovery” seem to be concentrated on Wall Street; the other 99% - on Main Street are still struggling. In this week’s program we focus on two campaigns about making the recovery work for everyone. First, we hear about a series of strikes and job actions that occurred around the country on Black Friday, focusing predomina ...…
 
Many observers on the right and on the left expected it to be a “Republican Year.” But even Republicans were surprised at how well they did at the polls. This may have been a vote of no-confidence in the President, but will it come to bite back the voters who turned out a pro worker Senate? Long Island’s Labor Leaders Provide Perspectives on El ...…
 
Today’s labor leaders face new challenges daily. To keep labor issues on the forefront, every labor leader should be well- armed with the necessary tools to develop strong labor campaigns. Gene Carroll, co-director of the NY State AFLCIO/Cornell Union Leadership Institute addressed how Cornell programs have been honing the skills that every lab ...…
 
Improving standards of work life requires a consorted effort from legislators and grassroots organizers and in these hard economic times, we are seeing both. First, Leticia James, Public Advocate for New York City, discusses the major issues for which she is advocating and explains why it is so important to have someone in the public sphere pus ...…
 
As Election Day get closer, political contests become more and more heated. With the November 4th election less than a month away, we interviewed two labor supported candidates running tough races on Long Island. Congressman Tim Bishop discusses his close race to maintain his House seat. Adrienne Esposito, environmental activist for many years, ...…
 
From organizing on the ground to medical advocacy, advocates from vastly different perspectives call for safer and healthier workplaces. Ergonomist Dr. Jonathan Dropkin of North Shore LIJ is concerned that the need for ergonomically safe workplaces has taken a back step to other concerns since 9/11. Next, Nazma Akter an organizer from Banglades ...…
 
It’s an ongoing challenge to get labor’s story told in the press or in the classroom. Arguably, working people have been increasingly taken advantage of, in part, because of the lack of labor coverage. Dr. Angelica Santamauro, director of the American Labor Museum tells us about the founding of the museum and its ongoing mission to further the ...…
 
Super-storm Sandy was an unfortunate reminder that, whatever the cause, climate change is real and the repercussions affect each of us. We all need to act now to do whatever we can to decelerate climate change. We’ll speak with several labor activists to discuss the increasing role organized labor is taking in the environmental movement. The Pe ...…
 
The World Trade Center attacks occurred 13 years ago. Responders and survivors are still struggling to get treated for ailments that resulted from their connections to the World Trade Center. Some of the challengers are of their own making. This week we provide information to ensure that the responders have access to resources to help attain a ...…
 
Jake Brown has hosted shows on ESPN Radio, WGBB and WRHU, and appeared as a guest on radio shows and podcasts around the country. Jake has been able to interview Hall of Famers, current and former players, and some of the most experienced broadcasters in the world of sports. Jake’s dream as a child was to talk sports for a living. As Jake says: ...…
 
Labor Day is that special day of the year when we celebrate the victories of the labor movement by enjoying a day of relaxation, before jumping back into the fray of fighting to protect the rights and benefits of working people. In recognition of this auspicious day we hear from Chris Erikson, the Business Manager for IBEW Local 3 and Grand Mar ...…
 
The first phase of the affordable care act, a/k/a Obamacre, has come and gone. This fall, enter stage two. Dan Persons, formerly of Local 1451 (DC 37) and Rueben Quintero join us to talk discuss the intricacies and interlationships of Medicare, Obamacare and explain what the approaching deadlines mean for the average worker. Next, Chris Perez e ...…
 
The Great Recession caused many businesses and workers to reconsider how they do business. One of the rediscovered tools for economic empowerment is worker cooperatives. San Francisco may lead the country in terms of worker cooperatives but recent legislative changes in New York may help incubate more worker owned cooperatives. Chris Michael, a ...…
 
Fighting to raise the minimum wage; advocating for immigration reform ; challenging inequality. What do all of these have in common? They were all themes at “Justice Works 2014,” an annual conference convened by Citizen Action of New York. Progressive minds from around New York State met in Albany to unravel some of the most pressing problems f ...…
 
During the final years of the Bloomberg Administration the majority of union contracts in New York City were allowed to expire. Negotiations were virtually non-existent. Eventually most unions gave up any hope obtaining new contracts. Labor leaders held out hope of reaching a fair deal with the incoming administration. The hope was not misplace ...…
 
United States security has been in large part attributable to the hard work and sacrifices of the US Armed services. For Independence Day weekend, we focus on proposals to cut the pay of US Military Reservists in half with US Marine Corps Reserve Major General Andrew Davis. Next we look at legal challenges veterans face when they return home wi ...…
 
Part 1) Rich Steier, the editor of the Chief, recaps some major labor battles in New York as we discuss the challenges and idiosyncrasies of “labor reporting.” Part 2) New construction projects can be found everywhere throughout New York City. But, is this construction truly benefiting workers and the surrounding neighborhood? “Build-Up NYC” is ...…
 
For over a hundred years, New York State’s “scaffold law” has protected countless workers from workplace negligence. Now the very same employers who have been cutting corners on workers safety are trying to cut out the Scaffold Law. Tune in to find out why this is dangerous for all working people as we demystify the hyperbole being bandied abou ...…
 
North Shore-LIJ hires top docs and commits resources to help Long Island workers deal with Occupational Diseases. Organizing in Mississippi is not for the faint of heart. Southern auto workers are fighting stiff resistance to their efforts to organize a union at the Nissan Factory in Canton, Mississippi. You can subscribe to Labor-Lines on I-Tu ...…
 
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