Ol’ Ute Radio Episode 149: Johnny McKeon, Sascha Blume, and Brittany Johnson welcome Frankie from the Frankie & Jess Show on 97.1 ZHT!
Frankie delves into his roots in Detroit, his start in radio and the importance of developing a great work ethic!
Frankie mentions the importance of vulnerability and authenticity in a DJ and how he preps his show! He also discusses the importance of finding balance between work and his personal life.
Frankie explains his love for the Salt Lake market!
He gives advice on dealing with office politics and how he deals with having to be competitive
Frankie closes out the show by sharing his side of the Opie & Anthony ‘Jocktober,’ incident!
All this and More On Ol’ Ute Radio!
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OUR welcomes: ESPN, Fox Sports 1, Pac-12 Network and Utah Jazz videographer, Philip Isom!
Moreover, Isom has traveled America as a journalist and producer of some of the most tragic and beautiful news stories America has created in the last 30 years!
Isom shares his thoughts on broadcasting and the future of media!
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Comedians and newest members of the EarWholeMedia.com, Jonathan Falconer and Aaron Orlovitz join Johnny McKeon and Sascha Blume on Episode 145 of Ol’ Ute Radio!
Jonathan and Aaron discuss their new podcast show on the network! Orlovitz reveals his reclaimed virginity and Falconer discusses pharmacology and and his domination on Tinder!
Sascha helps Aaron plan his own murder and Jonathan and Johnny debate the personality traits necessary to become a successful Cult Leader.
The conversation leads to religion and politics, the pecking order of prison and Aaron shares a story of when he was arrested and charge for ‘contempt of court.’
All this and More on Ol’ Ute Radio Episode 145.
Enjoy a Sting and Jerry Garcia session at the end of the episode!
Sascha Blume regales Johnny Mckeon with a case of mistaken identity involving Sascha and five armed police officers.
Johnny talks about Dave Chapelle’s recent performance in Salt Lake City’s, Capitol Theatre and debates Sascha about the banning of cell phones at live events and live performances.
Later on, Johnny McKeon swings by Club 50 West for an interview with comedian and actor Hal Sparks.
Hal is an accomplished actor, comedian, director and musician!
Sparks played Michael Nototny, on the hit Showtime Series: “Queer as Folk,” for 83 episodes, he also appeared in Spider-Man 2.
Hal talks about the ability to lose oneself in a role, the ability to juggle multiple projects, his comedic influences and directing and starring in the Disney Series, “Lab Rats”.
All this and more on Ol’ Ute Radio Episode 127!