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  • (Weekdays 4:30am - 9am) Join Atlanta’s Morning News with Scott Slade weekday mornings on WSB to start your day with the news, weather and traffic you need from WSB.  
  • (Weekdays 9am - Noon) The steadfast Libertarian with an open mind, Atlanta radio listeners have been tuning in to hear the commentary and humor of Eric Von Haessler for nearly 20 years. 'Think of 'The Von Haessler Doctrine' as The World According to Eric”, says Eric.
  • (Weekdays Noon - 3pm) Rush Limbaugh launched his phenomenally successful radio broadcast into national syndication on August 1, 1988, with 56 radio stations. Twenty years later it is heard on nearly 600 stations by up to 20 million people each week and is the highest rated national radio talk show in America.   Known as the media pundit who reshaped the political landscape with his entertaining and informative brand of conservatism, Mr. Limbaugh is also widely credited with resuscitating AM radio by many industry experts.  In addition to his radio program, broadcast weekdays from noon to 3 p.m. ET, Mr. Limbaugh hosts “The Rush Limbaugh Morning Update,” a 90-second commentary which debuted in March 1992 and airs Monday through Friday. “The Rush Limbaugh Show” and “The Rush Limbaugh Morning Update” are produced and distributed by Premiere Radio Networks.  With his diverse media background, Mr. Limbaugh is also the author of “The Limbaugh Letter,” the most widely read political newsletter in the country, as well as two best-selling books, The Way Things Ought to Be and See, I Told You So, which have sold more than 8.9 million copies. The sales of See, I Told You So set an American publishing record.  In 2000, Mr. Limbaugh tackled the Internet, expanding his media dominance with the launch of RushLimbaugh.com. Employing cutting edge technology, it is one of the most popular radio broadcasting websites. It offers subscribers the opportunity to experience his show via video and audio Podcasting as well as live streaming audio.   Mr. Limbaugh has been profiled on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” ABC’s “20/20,” and in numerous publications including US News and World Report, National Review, Time Magazine, New York Times Magazine and USA Weekend. Other guest television appearances include “Nightline” with Ted Koppel, “Crossfire,” “Good Morning America,” “CBS This Morning,” “The Today Show,” “The Phil Donahue Show,” “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show,” “This Week,” with David Brinkley, and “Meet the Press” with Tim Russert. Recognized for his achievements, Mr. Limbaugh received the Marconi Award for Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year given by the National Association of Broadcasters in 1992, 1995, 2000 and 2005. In 1993, he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame and in 1998, into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.   Born Rush Hudson Limbaugh III in Jan. 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to a family with generations of attorneys, he chose to explore his passion for broadcasting at age 16 by working on-air as a disc jockey for a radio station in his hometown. After four years, he left for Pittsburgh to work at the former ABC owned and operated KQV. He later moved to Kansas City where he eventually tired of disc jockey life and left broadcasting for business. He joined the Kansas City Royals as director of group sales in Feb. 1979 and later served as director of sales and special events. By 1983, Mr. Limbaugh got the broadcasting bug back and re-entered radio as a political commentator for KMBZ in Kansas City. A year later, he was the host of a daytime talk show on KFBK in Sacramento, Calif., where he nearly tripled the program’s ratings in four years. From there, he went to New York in 1988 where his record-breaking national show was born.
  • (Weekdays 3pm - 4pm) A gutsy talk-show host who always lands on the “right side” of the issues,  Sean Hannity’s energy, charisma and Reagan conservatism has scored high points with audiences and critics alike as he continues to be one of the hottest commodities in media.
  • (Weekdays 4pm - 6pm) Erick Erickson practiced law for six years and oversaw a number of political campaigns at the federal, state, and local levels. He was also an elected city councilman in Macon, Georgia.  In addition to hosting a show on WSB radio Erickson is a Fox News contributor after spending three years at CNN. He has also appeared on the Colbert Report on Comedy Central. According to Newsweek, “Erickson has grabbed his party’s power brokers by their elephant-stitched suspenders. Avid readers include Rush Limbaugh, former senator Fred Thompson and … John Boehner.”  Erickson is known for a willingness to speak candidly about and challenge the Republican establishment as well as rally conservatives to push their agenda at both the federal and state level. He has used his position to help raise the profile of a number of conservative candidates across the country from Marco Rubio in Florida to Nikki Haley in South Carolina to Ted Cruz in Texas.  The London Telegraph named Erickson the sixty-fifth most influential conservative in America in 2010. He is co-author of the book RedState Uprising. Each weekday morning, Erickson writes his “Morning Briefing” email, widely considered a must read among conservative pundits and activists. “The ability of [Erickson's Morning Briefing] to shape a message illustrates the power of the conservative network,” according to Washington Post. The Hollywood Reporter describes Erickson as 'the most influential conservative blogger on the Internet.'  Erick Erickson earned a Bachelor of Arts with honors at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, majoring in History and Political Science. He earned his juris doctorate at Mercer’s Walter F. George School of Law.  Wrap up your day with him on the air weeknights on News 95.5 and AM-750 WSB.
  • (Weekdays 6pm - 8pm) He’s one of the leaders for WSB Triple Team Traffic on 95.5 WSB and on ‘Channel 2 Action News’, and he’s also one of Atlanta’s most plugged-in talk show hosts. Mark Arum’s show is designed to shake off the stress of your day, as you drive home through traffic. Mark, Longoria, “Low T Chuck”, Debra Green, and Lil’ Sanjay make you smile, while telling you what you need to know about Atlanta traffic, news, and weather. Enjoy Arum favorite ‘Millennial Match-Game’ every Monday and Wednesday at 6:08pm, as well as getting up-to-date with WSB Traffic, led by Doug Turnbull in the WSB Skycopter- every 6 minutes. Mark Arum’s local talk show- a ‘Stress Free Zone’. 
  • (Weekdays 8pm - 10pm) A gutsy talk-show host who always lands on the “right side” of the issues, Sean Hannity’s energy, charisma and Reagan conservatism has scored high points with audiences and critics alike as he continues to be one of the hottest commodities in media.
  • (Weekdays 10pm - Midnight) Radio Pocket Protector, Clark Howard. Howard has carved out a formidable following as the foremost authority on all things economic. In 1993, Clark opened the Consumer Action Center, a fully staffed service that answers consumers' questions located here in Atlanta, Georgia.

Saturday Programming

  • Belinda Skelton is the host of 'Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living.' Belinda was the Executive Producer of the Neal Boortz Show and a frequent guest host of Lawn and Garden and The Home Fix It Show. She’s been a familiar voice in Atlanta radio for over 20 years.
  • The Bulls & Bears radio show is designed to encourage the average person to step up and put their money to work for themselves. Steve Champa and Adam D.A. Matisko serve as education coaches with Online Trading Academy.
  • Dana Loesch hosts her award-winning, nationally syndicated daily radio show, The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative from Dallas, Texas where she also hosts “Dana” on The Blaze television network. Dana appears regularly on Fox News, ABC, CNN, among others, and has co-hosted on “The View.” She describes herself as a “conservatarian.”    Dana’s original brand of young, punk-rock, conservative irreverence has found a fast-growing audience in multiple mediums. Dana is listed in the top 40 of Talkers Magazine‘s top 100 “heavy hitters” and was named Missouri’s #1 Radio Personality in 2014. A former award-winning newspaper columnist (and notable blogger since 2001), Dana was ranked as one of the top 16 most powerful mothers online by Neilsen and one of the top 30 Under 30 according to the St. Louis Business Journal. Dana was the 2012 winner of Accuracy In Media’s Grassroots Journalism award as well as the inaugural Breitbart Spirit Award. Dana was one of the original Breitbart editors selected by her late friend and mentor, Andrew Breitbart, to head what was BigJournalism.com and helped break the Anthony Weiner scandal before departing in 2012. Her Best Selling book on gun control, Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America is on shelves now and is turning the tide in the gun debate. Mark Levin wrote of her book that it, 'Obliterates every baseless argument made against the Second Amendment.' Sean Hannity quipped, 'Buy this book before someone tries to ban it.' Michelle Malkin states, 'WARNING: This book is explosive! Mother, wife, New Media warrior and political sharpshooter Dana Loesch confronts the ultimate war on women: gun control.'    Dana co-founded the tea party movement in St. Louis and speaks regularly on the subject of new media, gun control, anti-feminism, and grassroots.    A native Missourian, she and her family now live in Texas. Learn more about the Dana Loesch Radio Show.
  • Heard across the nation each week on “The Financial Symphony” radio broadcast, Mark Lloyd puts his 25 years as a Registered Financial Consultant, Registered Investment Advisor Representative and insurance professional to work helping listeners strike all the right chords with their retirement income plans. Based just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Mark has been developing customized retirement strategies through the use of investment and insurance products for over 25 years, and he's found financial professionals around the country who share his retirement income planning philosophies so that we can bring you a quality network of financial professionals to help you conduct your own 'retirement symphony.
  • ‘Green and Growing with Ashley Frasca’ is a must-listen in Atlanta for those who want to be successful with their lawn, landscape or garden.
  • Resident household repair and home improvement expert, Dave Baker provides tips and advice on planning, building and fixing up around the house.   He rounds out his 'toolbox of knowledge' by inviting home repair experts to answer any and all home improvement questions. Listen to Dave Baker Saturday's at 9am - Noon on News 95.5 AM750 WSB. 
  • One of Fox News Channel’s most recognizable personalities, Brian Kilmeade, co-host of the popular FOX & Friends morning show, delivers a unique brand of radio to FOX News Talk.    Brian engages listeners with a wide-range of topics and issues, from the major political stories of the day, to culture, sports, movies, music and more…bringing them right into the true “newsroom of life.”    Kilmeade will be joined by top personalities and contributors to Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network along with other leading newsmakers, news breakers and experts on a regular basis. A lot of listener interaction takes place as well via calls to the show and e-mails or posts to the Kilmeade & Friends community!
  • Richard Lenz speaks with Atlanta’s business leaders to explore their inspiring stories, lessons learned, and tips for growth and success.
  • As an anarcho-capitalist (i.e., extreme libertarian), Monica is a proponent of Austrian economics and an uncompromising defender of personal liberty. Join her for The Monica Perez Show to discuss current events, politics, economics and life in general from a libertarian perspective.   
  • Still televised nationally for 36 years and airing on WSB for 25 years, O'Neill speaks directly to the hunter, fisherman, camper, hiker and adventurer live every Saturday morning with encouragement to join in and make the outdoors part of your family's days together and to get the most from your days afield. 
  • The Ric Edelman Show provides an entertaining and unique approach to financial advice you won’t find anywhere else. One of the most acclaimed financial advisors in the country, Ric covers the wide range of personal finance topics that are more important to you and your daily life: planning for college and retirement, handling your mortgage, maximizing your Social Security benefits, creating wills and trusts, participating in your workplace retirement plan, taxes, deciding if you need insurance, managing your investments, and much more.    For nearly 30 years, The Ric Edelman Show has provided listeners with objective advice and information that is easy to understand and implement. Ric never touts investments by name, or ever makes predictions about interest rates, fed policy, legislation or regulation. No “hot tips”! Instead, Ric shows listeners how to manage their money given the many uncertainties and obstacles they face in their efforts to achieve their long-term financial goals.    Ric’s common-sense approach, along with his trademark anecdotes and humor, along with clever sounds bites and audio effects, actually make personal finance fun! Ric turns the boring and arcane topic of financial planning into an accessible and interesting topic. He reduces complex financial matters to plain English, adding his breezy, conversational style to thought-provoking data and statistics. It’s interesting and entertaining radio that keeps shows you how the latest events in the financial world affect you.    The Ric Edelman Show is heard in over 85 cities across the country.  ©2018 Financial Engines, LLC. Financial Engines® and Edelman Financial EnginesTM are trademarks of Financial Engines, LLC. All advisory services offered through Financial Engines Advisors L.L.C. (FEA), a federally registered investment advisor and wholly owned subsidiary of Financial Engines, LLC. FEA may also be referred to as Edelman Financial Engines or Financial Engines. Results are not guaranteed.
  • (Weekdays 3pm - 4pm) A gutsy talk-show host who always lands on the “right side” of the issues,  Sean Hannity’s energy, charisma and Reagan conservatism has scored high points with audiences and critics alike as he continues to be one of the hottest commodities in media.

Sunday Programming

  • The Bulls & Bears radio show is designed to encourage the average person to step up and put their money to work for themselves. Steve Champa and Adam D.A. Matisko serve as education coaches with Online Trading Academy.
  • No matter your bottom line, there are always practical ways to begin your financial plan towards a better life. Aside from laughing with his three kids, there’s nothing Chris enjoys more than sitting down, getting to know his clients’ dreams, and learning about what they want to achieve — today and tomorrow. Life is about more than money and Chris wants to help you experience a better quality of life.  Learn more about Chris Burns on his website. 
  • Dr. Joseph Esposito, affectionately known as 'Dr. Joe' to his colleagues, patients and friends, has become one of the most dynamic, authoritative international speakers on nutrition in the country. Listen to his show Health Talk Atlanta on 95.5 WSB.
  • Heard across the nation each week on “The Financial Symphony” radio broadcast, Mark Lloyd puts his 25 years as a Registered Financial Consultant, Registered Investment Advisor Representative and insurance professional to work helping listeners strike all the right chords with their retirement income plans. Based just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Mark has been developing customized retirement strategies through the use of investment and insurance products for over 25 years, and he's found financial professionals around the country who share his retirement income planning philosophies so that we can bring you a quality network of financial professionals to help you conduct your own 'retirement symphony.
  • Bold, entertaining and addictive. Bill definitely knows his way around our wacky American legal system, and with a quick wit and razor sharp tongue, offers up advice to countless callers on a weekly basis.
  • Every weekend Kim Komando helps listeners across the country and around the world understand and expand their digital lifestyles. Count on Kim for the latest digital news and answers to your burning tech questions about everything from smartphones to tablets and everything in between.
  • Wes Moss, Chief Investment Strategist at Capital Investment Advisors (CIA) hosts Money Matters,the country’s longest running live call-in, investment and personal finance radio show. 
  • You want an experienced retirement professional to take care of your finances.  Chris Hoffman understands Atlanta is looking for quality financial planning. It’s why he started Hoffman Financial Group and created “Money Unleashed,” a local Atlanta financial radio show. Along with Randy Cook, Chris empowers investors and retirement savers with the information they need to expect more from their financial advisors.  Chris and his team strive to deliver Atlanta’s first-class service in wealth management and retirement income strategies. One of Chris’ biggest passions is teaching portfolio investment to retirees who need it most. In addition to hosting “Money Unleashed,” Hoffman Financial Group leads retirement planning workshops in the greater Atlanta area to educate about the future of American retirement.  Atlanta needs planning for retirement, investments, IRA, Roth conversions, income taxes, long-term care, life insurance, estate, legacy, and more. Chris and the Hoffman Financial Group can handle it all.  Start navigating your financial journey with a complimentary Retirement Roadmap from Hoffman Financial. Find where you are on the roadmap and know what steps to take next.  DOWNLOAD HERE  Contact Us By:  Phone: 888-239-5880  Email: web@hoffmancorporation.com
  • She’s entertaining, enlightening and encouraging. Grammy nominated singer, author (“When Jesus Isn’t Enough: The Ultimate Meal for the Starving Single Woman”), speaker, political consultant, minister, mother. Her WSB program speaks to faith, life and politics with a lot of humor and without restraint!
  • Still televised nationally for 36 years and airing on WSB for 25 years, O'Neill speaks directly to the hunter, fisherman, camper, hiker and adventurer live every Saturday morning with encouragement to join in and make the outdoors part of your family's days together and to get the most from your days afield. 
  • Listen each week to hear the leading expert in regenerative medicine, Dr. Richard Ambrozic discuss the latest in stem cell therapy.
  • Dr. Bruce Feinberg has worked throughout his career to deliver the best healthcare to the most people, and remains a tireless advocate for patients. With The Weekly Check-Up Dr. Feinberg is again providing our community the latest health information and an opportunity to be express their views on health and medicine.

News

  • The death toll attributed to the 2019 novel coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, continues to rise, with tens of thousands of people sickened and thousands of others killed by the virus, mostly in China. LIVE UPDATES CONTINUE BELOW Mexico has first cases Update 10:20 a.m. EST Feb. 28: Mexico has two cases of COVID-19, the country’s assistant health secretary said, according to ABC News. One case, which is confirmed, is in Mexico City, the other suspected case is in Sinaloa. While the test results haven’t come back in the second yet, officials are treating the patient as if it was positive, ABC News reported. Both cases are reportedly not serious. Meanwhile, the illness is spreading in Singapore, as the country now says there are 98 cases, CNN reported. Stocks open lower to finish week Update 10 a.m. EST Feb. 28: The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down more than 800 points shortly after the opening bell to start the final day of trading this week, CNBC reported. The Dow isn’t the only index to feel the effects of the coronavirus. Both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq both open down. Events canceled, virus spreads to sub-Saharan Africa Update 6:30 a.m. EST Feb 28: South Korea’s number of infected has jumped. Now officials say an additional 571 people have tested positive for Coronavirus, CNN reported. A total of 2,337 cases have been diagnosed, the most outside of mainland China, CNN reported. Events are being canceled as the virus continues to have a hold on most of the world. One of the world’s biggest car shows, the Geneva Motor Show, has been canceled because of coronavirus. More than 600,000 people were supposed to attend the event starting on March 2, CNN reported. The Swiss government has banned any events that have more than 1,000 expected to attend. The ban is in effect until March 15. Tokyo Disneyland has closed because of the virus. The gates will remain closed for two weeks. Both of Tokyo’s Disney parks, Disneyland and DisneySea, are planned to reopen on March 15, but it could be closed longer, NBC News reported. Lithuania now has its first confirmed case. The woman, who has mild symptoms, is in isolation at a hospital and her three family members are being monitored, CNN reported. France has two new infections, bringing its total to 40. Sub-Saharan Africa has had its first case with a person in Nigeria has tested positive. The person, who is an Italian citizen, traveled from Milan to Lagos earlier this week. Nigeria is Africa’s largest populated country with more than 200 million. Officials are trying to determine who came in contact with the person and are taking measures to make sure it doesn’t spread, The New York Times reported. US Navy quarantine Update 12 a.m. EST Feb. 28: The US Navy has ordered the self-quarantine of all ships that have been to countries in the Pacific and to monitor for any symptoms, CNN reported. But as of the order, there were no signs that anyone on the ships has become infected. The ships are to remain at sea for 14 days. The quarantine comes after a planned exercise with South Korea was suspended because of the outbreak, CNN reported.
  • Officials with the Florida Highway Patrol are continuing to investigate after they said a motorcyclist struck and killed two pedestrians Thursday evening. According to a witness, the motorcyclist was going an estimated 80 to 100 mph when it struck Anelsy Alba, 33, and her 6-year-old daughter, Sheyla Ruiz. The two were taken to a hospital where they later died. After the impact, the motorcycle continued moving down the road, hopped the center median into oncoming traffic and collided with a minivan. “It zoomed by me and then I saw it hit something and (it) exploded into several pieces,” the witness said. The mother and child did not use a crosswalk when they were crossing the street, according to Florida Highway Patrol. The driver of the motorcycle, Bryan Smith, was taken to the hospital in serious condition. It is unclear if he will face any charges. Officials said the driver of the minivan is in good condition.
  • An Oklahoma sheriff’s office is looking for who left a dog mutilated and bound in a field. The Humane Society of Tulsa shared a post on social media on Thursday showing Atlas -- a dog who had been dumped with his ears cut and covered in glue and his legs strapped together. “Today’s one of those days when you question humanity,” the post read. “Not only was he dumped in a field with his back legs strapped together, glue (yes glue) had been poured into his ears and then fast food wrappers had been shoved into the ears and stuck into the glue. One ear canal is so bad it looks like he will need surgery. Some type of chemical had been dumped on his face/ears and it appears his ears have been partially burned or cut off.” The Humane Society said fast-food wrappers were found shoved in the dog’s ears and a BB pellet was found inside him -- indicating he might have been shot by a BB gun. “From the moment we met him, he wasn’t mean, vicious or protectively aggressive. He just wanted help and warmed up to us as he realized we were there to help,' the Humane Society said. Atlas might need to see specialists and get surgery so they are asking people to donate to help with his care. Anyone who might know something about who left Atlas in this condition is asked to contact the Creek County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Police in Johnson City, Texas, are making sure the alleged meth users in their community are healthy. The department is kindly offering to test meth after it “found out” that it could be “contaminated” with coronavirus, KSAT reported. If users want to have the stash tested, they are more than welcome to take it to the police department, but if they don’t want to risk leaving their home, the police will come to them. You can read the entire post below:
  • As the fears of the coronavirus continue to spread, a beer with a now-unfortunate name is feeling the effects of the outbreaks. Corona beer sales are down because of fears over the name’s similarity to the deadly virus. A recent survey of American beer drinkers found that 38% of those asked will not buy Corona beer and 16% are confused if Corona beer is related to the coronavirus, USA Today reported. 5WPR, the company that conducted the survey, also found that 14% of those who would normally buy Corona, won’t do it in public, CNN reported. Constellation Brands, which own Corona Extra in the U.S. among other brands, has taken a 6% hit in the stock market as the entire financial system falls because of coronavirus fears, CNBC reported. But the company’s spokeswoman, Maggie Bowman, said the survey is misinformation and that sales are still strong, USA Today reported. The company said that its customers “understand there is no link between the virus and our business,” CNN reported. The company is doubling down on that belief and is going to go through with the launch of a new product, a Corona-branded hard seltzer that some say is “ill-timed,” USA Today reported. The ad campaign says “Coming ashore soon.” But Corona is not the only beer that is apparently not selling. Anheuser-Busch InBev has said it’s going to be down about 10% for the first-quarter profit because of coronavirus. Because people are not going out in countries hit hard by the virus, beer is not selling, CNBC reported. More Budweiser is sold in China than in the U.S., CNBC reported.
  • It was thought that dogs could not contract the COVID-19 or the coronavirus that is plaguing people across the world, but a pet dog in Hong Kong has apparently tested positive for the coronavirus. The result, however, was weak, the government of Hong Kong said, according to Fox News. The positive test was confirmed by the government of Hong Kong in a press release. The dog is the pet of a patient who has coronavirus. The test resulted from “environmental contamination” of the dog’s mouth and nose. The animal is in quarantine. It does not have any symptoms. Officials with the Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department are now saying that the pets of patients who test positive should also be in quarantine for 14 days, Fox News reported. The country’s agriculture department doesn’t believe the pets can become infected or infect humans, Bloomberg reported. Still, the American Kennel Club says to wash your hands with soap and water after coming in contact with any pet and you don’t need to get a muzzle mask to protect an animal from the virus. But if you do see a change of health, call your veterinarian.