When I first started in radio, you still needed to turn a dial to find your station – and Jimmy Carter was president! After spending 20 years in radio, 13 of them with WJBC/WBNQ/WBWN, I went to the corporate world while my wife and I raised our triplets. They’re in college now, and I’ll…MORE
Marc Strauss came to WJBC after spending 32 years as an award winning sportscaster and news reporter at WEEK TV, the NBC affiliate in Peoria, Illinois. He’s an outstanding storyteller and has been recognized on multiple occasions by the Associated Press for his sports coverage and by the Illinois Broadcasters Association for his play by play…MORE
Scott is joined every morning by Katherine Murphy. They will keep you up to date with what’s happening locally and nationally and feature interviews with local news makers, politicians and community leaders. During football season, ISU Coach Brock Spack and IWU Coach Norm Eash join the show weekly. IWU basketball coach Ron Rose and ISU…MORE
The John Batchelor Show brings listeners breaking news with a carefully cultivated team of sources and correspondents around the world. MORE
Coast to Coast AM is a North American late-night radio talk show that deals with a variety of topics. UFOs, strange occurrences, life after death and other unexplained phenomena. Overnight talk radio with daytime ratings.MORE
The Money Pit is a nationally syndicated, call-in radio show that helps listeners with their home repair and improvement questions. It is hosted by Tom Kraeutler and Leslie Segrete.MORE
Several years ago, after the Politically Correct Athletic Association extorted the University of Illinois not to use any Native American symbols for its teams, I declared the name Fighting Illini meaningless…
As we recently marked July 4 and our nation’s independence, it’s hard to feel celebratory when one looks at our Southern border.
No Neck and his Democratic buddies patted themselves on the back and told us how happy we should all be now that we have a “balanced” budget for the first time in years.
Now that the spring legislative session is over, it’s amazing to reflect all that was completed: a balanced budget, legalized cannabis and a long-overdue infrastructure bill to fix our roads and bridges.