Derik Lattig has worked in Broadcast Media since 1984, holding a variety of jobs and positions including, reporting, producing and management. Currently I work for CBS as a regional producer, assisting CBS affiliates with news coverage and sending local stories to CBS for National distribution to CBS and partner networks.
Payson, AZ – Popular Internet
Radio Show Slamdog Nation announced today it is returning to the airwaves, to commercial
station 1100 KFNX-AM in Payson Arizona.
Slamdog Founders Patrick Schumacher
and Derik Lattig says 1100 KFNX-AM provides a much better ‘fit’ for their brand
of comedy and news topics.
Schumacher says He is excited
to be on board with 1100 KFNX-AM.
“KFNX is a professional
operation, day in day out meat and potatoes station, not an internet wannabe
like where we were before.”
Slamdog Nation severed ties
with Fishbowl Radio Network this past spring due to quality control issues.
Schumacher says it was a
difficult decision to leave.
“We liked the group on a
personal level, but professionally they could never reach the bar we’ve set for
Slamdog Nation to go worldwide.”
Lattig says three months of on-air
difficulty proved in the end to be just too much ‘hassle’.
“We have a talented crew with
over 90 years combined broadcast experience, and it’s difficult for that to
shine through when music levels blast over our talent and interviews week after
week. We want to be as professional as possible in our sound and despite weekly
meetings with the Fishbowl staff and owner, problems continued.”
The move teams Slamdog Nation with
a cavalcade of radio giants like Don Imus, Michael Savage, Laura Ingraham and
Lars Larson, all household names.
“We hope Slamdog Nation will
soon become synonymous with these shows and allow our listeners a chance to heard” said Lattig.
The Slamdog Nation thanks its
faithful listeners and guests for their loyalty during its move to greener
ABOUT SLAMDOG NATION:
Slamdog Nation is information
and a comedy based radio show targeting adults of all ages focusing on the
18-34 year old demographic. Slamdog is the brainchild of Patrick Schumacher and
Derik Lattig who both have spent their careers in radio and TV broadcasting.
Co-Host Maria Luce, an award winning TV anchor/reporter brings a woman’s voice
and point of view to the show.
Investor Relations Contact Information
Slamdog Nation 1104
South Beeline Highway Payson AZ, 85541 | 602-488-6438
You may have seen advertisements in the past for psychics.
Heck, who wouldn't want to know the future? Just think of the money you could earn with the lottery or a day at the racetrack.
While psychics have their true believers, skepticism still exists. Unfortunately, there are a lot of con artists out there,” said Shay Parker, founder of Best American Psychics, an online directory of seers who reportedly undergo testing and criminal background checks. “It’s actually quite disturbing.”
She said bogus psychics specialize in teasing information out of clients and then telling them what they want to hear, typically in the realms of love or money.
“A good psychic will tell you to shut up,” Parker said. “If they start asking you a ton of questions, run.”
She said a true psychic also will offer highly specific information without any prompting — the name of a deceased family member, say, or a detailed physical description. “You might be asked if the name Phillip means anything to you,” P…
This was in the local paper today and is a good read. Editorial courtesy the dalcotimes.com
We haven’t heard about June Ferreira Tranquil Waters of the Chester Water Authority in a few weeks.
That sparkling, gorgeous tap water that is delivered to 42,000 customers in Delaware and Chester counties had been tossed into a raging tempest in a fierce three-way battle for the future of the iconic Chester firm.
Rest assured, the fight for Chester Water has not gone away. It’s about to hit the boiling point again this week.
The three parties, Chester Water Authority, the city of Chester, and public utility giant Aqua Pennsylvania are all due back in court this week as a judge sorts through a flurry of legal actions concerning the future of the company.
There are four separate lawsuits currently winding their way through the Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
This legal saga traces its roots to nearly two years back, when Aqua made an unsolicited $320 million offer for Chester Water, which ha…