Keven Cohen is a 25 year veteran of talk radio. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he started his radio journey in Gainesville, Florida. Kev moved to Columbia in the summer of 1994 planning on a short stay before leaving for a bigger market. First, he fell in love with Columbia; then, he fell in love with a Columbia girl.
Add it up and Kev has spent 19 years doing talk radio in the Capital City. 13 of those years were spent as host of "The Afternoon Drive with Kev." He also served as host of The 5th Quarter Postgame Show following University of South Carolina football games for 19 seasons. Many people won't remember this but Keven actually first arrived in Columbia doing the morning sports. Now, he's back to setting the alarm early as host of "Mornings with Keven Cohen."
Community and military support have been focal points for Keven both publicly and privately. He has hosted 13 "Radiothons" for the South Carolina Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, raising over $1.1 million dollars for children with blood cancers. He's heavily-committed to the U.S. military and works closely with charities such as The Welcome Home Project, Hidden Wounds, Operation Thank you and others.
Keven and his wife (hero) Laney have two wonderful children. They live in the Harbison area. Email Keven at Kev@makethepointradio.com.
Herman Cain is a business man, advocate, and patriot. Growing up in Atlanta, GA and raised by parents who instilled in him the value of education, hard work, and determination, Herman has led a successful business and political career. After graduating from Morehouse College in 1967 with a mathematics degree, he continued on to earn his master’s degree in computer science from Purdue University while also working full time.
Herman enjoyed great success at companies such as Coca-Cola and in Pillsbury’s Burger King division, but is most known for rebuilding Godfather’s Pizza, taking the company from imminent bankruptcy to profitability as the company’s President and CEO. In 2004, he became the host of his own radio talk show on Atlanta’s WSB 95.5/AM 750. After running for the Presidency as a Republican candidate, Herman now contributes to several broadcast networks, and most recently, replaced Neal Boortz after his retirement on his nationally syndicated talk radio show. For more on Herman Cain, visit here.
Laura Ingraham launched “The Laura Ingraham Show” in 2001, which has triumphantly returned to the national radio waves. Always smart and entertaining, Laura is a regular Fox News contributor and the principal substitute host on The O'Reilly Factor. Laura is the most listened-to woman in political talk radio in the US, discussing all aspects of American culture – from politics to parenting to health and happiness. She is also the #1 New York Times bestselling author of five books: The Hillary Trap, Shut Up & Sing, Power to the People, The Obama Diaries, and new smash hit Of Thee I Zing: America's Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots.
A former litigator and Supreme Court law clerk, Laura is a graduate of University of Virginia School of law and Dartmouth College. She is also an avid supporter of our troops and a variety of military organizations. For more on Laura Ingraham, visit here.
Todd Andrew "MJ" Schnitt is the afternoon drive host at NewsRadio 970 WFLA. Tampa listeners also know him as MJ Kelli, the morning host at 93.3 WFLZ. Born in Virginia, Schnitt has more than 20 years of experience in radio, including stints in New York, Los Angeles, and Florida. While in California, he honed his production skills with the legendary Scott Shannon.
Schnitt moved to Tampa to form “The MJ & BJ Morning Show” with BJ Harris, which garnered extremely high ratings and lots of national media attention. In the past few years – with far too much to talk about and not enough platform on a music format – Schnitt has expanded to talk radio with immediate success. For more on Todd Schnitt, visit here.
The Dave Ramsey Show isn't about talking at listeners—it's about talking to listeners with information that's actually relevant to their life. It's called “having a conversation.” People are tired of being beat over the head with endless one-sided political talk. They want compelling content they can relate to. The Dave Ramsey Show not only gives listeners something they can relate to… it changes lives!
Leslie Marshall has been a radio talk show host for over 20 years. Her talk radio career began at WNWS in Miami, which led to a long and colorful career in talk radio in some of the nation’s largest markets, including Houston, Chicago, and Los Angeles. In 1992, she replaced long time host Tom Snyder on the ABC Satellite Radio Network, becoming the youngest person ever to be nationally syndicated at that time.
In addition to hosting one of the fastest growing progressive talk shows in the nation, Leslie is a Fox News Contributor appearing weekly on “The O’Reilly Factor” and “America Live w/Megyn Kelly.” She also blogs weekly US News & World Report and POLITICO’s The Arena. Leslie was voted one of The Magazine’s 50 most influential women of 2012. For more on Leslie Marshall, visit here.
Phil Hendrie's nationally syndicated radio show is driven by his cast of fictional characters, all of whom he created and plays on air. As host, Hendrie sets up a topic and discusses it with one of his characters who seamlessly takes the discussion beyond obvious social parameters. Feeding the circle of social satire are the callers who are real and genuinely passionate about what Hendrie’s “guest” is saying. Loyal fans enjoy being in on the ruse as Hendrie orchestrates a parody of his own profession – talk radio. Hendrie was a disc jockey for 15 years before transitioning into talk radio. His increasing popularity as a radio satirist resulted in his show going national in 1999.
In addition to his radio show, Phil has spent the last 14 years working as an actor and voice-over artist. On screen, Phil has appeared in films, like This Is 40 and Semi-Pro, and in numerous television shows, such as New Girl and Modern Family. For more on Phil Hendrie, visit here.
Red Eye Radio the nightly exploration of American life hosted by Eric Harley and Gary McNamara. Discussing all topics making headlines – from politics and history to music and sports – Eric and Gary team up to engage their loyal listeners in lively conversations. The duo first collaborated in 2005, co-hosting “The Midnight Radio Network” on WBAP in Dallas/Fort Worth, and in 2012, took the reins of Red Eye Radio.
Eric Harley has more than two decades of radio experience, starting out as the creative services director for KDGE and KZPS in Dallas/Fort Worth. From there, he transitioned to an on-air talent hosting the Pure Gold format for ABC Radio Networks and being a part of the top-rated morning show team in Dallas/Fort Worth for nine years. Eric served as the producer of “The Midnight Radio Network” beginning in 2001 before becoming host.
Gary McNamara began his radio career in Niagara Falls, NY. After broadcasting in different markets across the country, including Buffalo, Chicago, and Portland, Gary joined WBAP in Dallas/Fort Worth in 2000. He served as an afternoon drive host at the station before joining Eric on “The Midnight Radio Network” in 2005.
Eric’s humor and insight combined with Gary’s “regular guy” persona entertains their loyal listeners through over 150 affiliates across the nation. For more on Red Eye Radio, visit here.