Thursday, September 14, 2006

Roundup of the September 13, 2006 "Lisa Tolliver Marathon" on New York Radio WVOX AM 1460 - Part II: The 'Lisa Tolliver Show'


I. 1:00-1:30 PM, Eastern Time - SCORE Radio: Counselors to America's Small Business - TOPIC: USPS Services for Successful Selling on eBay

II. 1:30-2:00 PM, Eastern Time - The Lisa Tolliver Show - TOPIC: National Emergency Preparedness Month

III. 2:00-3:00 PM, Eastern time - Don't Worry Murray with Murray Richman - TOPICS: Stalking and the National Patriot Act

LISA TOLLIVER SHOW ROUNDUP: The show was bifurcated. Additionally, we lost a few callers (including Marianne, at one point!) because the new engineer was getting his feet wet. I'm sure he'll be an old hand by the time we're back on air, September 27. It doesn't hurt that the new guy has a face for the big screen and friendly, professional demeanor to match.

In the first 12 minutes, USPS representatives Leslie Johnson, Rob McCarthy and Pat McGovern wrapped and "sent home" the discussion of USPS services and tips for successful selling on eBay that we'd begun on SCORE Radio.

The remaining time was dedicated to National Emergency Preparedness Month. How prepared are you?

Subject Matter Experts Marianne Partridge and Lisa Hale from WEVR-MRC and Westchester County, respectively, phoned in to discuss the history and rationale of National Emergency Preparedness Month and provide tips that can safe a life in a disaster or emergency. More details are provided at Emergency Preparedness & Safety Tips, which Marianne and I collaborate on to provide on air and online. I love mentioning the fact that the welcome page offers a Disaster Preparedness Kit with the following contents:

You can read more at Emergency Preparedness & Safety Tips and access Emeregency Preparedness Tip #11: POWER FAILURE SAFETY.