Studio Phone Number: (747) 77-SMCEO or (747) 777-6236
Radio Show Email: email@example.com
Dewey and Denis host the Saturday Morning Radio Show every Saturday morning from 8 to 9am Pacific Time. They typically have a guest on the show who is a leader in business or the community and discuss all topics that affect business owners, entrepreneurs and everyone who is interested in both the local and global economy. If you want to be a guest caller on the show, we do not accept guest questions by telephone live because of our streaming YouTube video format. If you want to be on the show then please add our Google Plus Profile to your circles and email or message us with a request to be added to the Google Plus Hangout the morning of the show. You can also email in a question or request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dewey is the head of the economics department as Mt. San Jacinto College and Denis is a CEO, business consultant, author, speaker and part time business college professor. They both share a high degree of expert knowlege in economics and business respectively. In addition, they share a sense of humor that helps make these topics more fun than trying to learn from a textbook. Please join the show as a listener, either live or by listening to the archives. Also, email or call Dewey and Denis. They would love to hear from you and help you with your questions.
The audio/visual department at Mount San Jacinto College (MSJC) is hosting the Saturday Morning CEO radio show. They have extremely well built radio (Eagle Radio Network) and television stations (EagleVision). Disney Studios has helped equip the college with state of the art equipment which will allow the studio to easily grow into the newer digital formats just around the corner. The signal is broadcast on AM radio locally at 1620 on the dial. The station is also broadcast 24/7 via satellite to Europe and is available in streaming audio on TuneIn Radio.
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Below are some photos from the radio & television stations at the college. Also you might want to read a great article about the studio at this link www.SatMorning.com/247: