Keeler Show Notes for Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
6 AM Hour
Keeler has the latest presidential poll numbers. There has been some change, but not what you'd expect.
Bill remembers when he had Billy Mays on the air years ago. Plus, one outlet has set a date for Preet Bharara to indict Governor Cuomo
A FREE Money winner...I guess. And, a reporter responds to a heckler while LIVE on the air.
Peter Franklin checks in. He actually met former NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly once (whom we'll speak to next hour).
7 AM Hour
Syracuse men's basketball is now ranked (14th/19th). A very young team this year. They're in action tonight against Wisconsin
Local business owner Dave Gordon is exploring a run for NY's 22nd Congressional District
Former NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on Keeler. He discusses the current unrest with the community and police, gives his blunt and honest take of recently released officer involved shooting in Chicago, and the ongoing fight against terrorism.
8 AM Hour
Mark Cushman of UticaTower.com talks about their charitable efforts. And, Dan Smith joins us by phone to talk about Keeler In The Morning T-Shirt sales to help local families
David Burrows, VP of marketing at RedCo Foods in Little Falls. Keeler was recently called out for not drinking the local tea.
Lou Barile Jr. - His father, who recently passed, was a legendary voice on WIBX. Together they created a website with photos and audio documenting the history of AM Radio in the Mohawk Valley. (UticaAMRadio.org)
Wrapping up for the day