Sep 11, 2015

Larry Mendte's Morning Drive on WILM 1450 Wilmington Delaware News Talk Radio

Good luck and congratulations to Larry Mendte on his new morning drive talk radio show in Wilmington, Delaware.

He can be heard every weekday morning, Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 9:00 AM on 1450 WILM and 1410 WDOV News/Talk Radio.

This forever news talk radio fan and listener will be tuning in to hear what Larry has to say.

Democrat or Republican Larry Mendte is always fun and informative listening because he knows his facts and his points are well thought out.......often disagreeing but still enjoying the show as Larry is a good reporter and one can easily learn the basics of the opposite view.

Like all of the skilled and talented big talkers.....Larry Mendte, Geraldo Rivera, Art Bell and Larry King.....he runs the show in an entertaining's not just about him but about the listener and what information they gain from time well spent.

We can always use an opposing platform and new facts to shape our own opinion and we will be the better for it.

These very talented radio interviewers make it seem easy but in fact they are quite skilled at this job...they are smart and do not go ballistic at a different thought.

They can think and run the show without their ego getting in the way of the facts........

Case in point, listen to Howard Stern interview Joan Rivers on Johnny Carson.

Roger Waters Fan?  Check out his interview with Howard......good shows and new information......also Howard Stern loves Maine Coon Cats and that is also why he is an extremely important figure.

Thanks, Larry, for working hard on the radio for us....I'll be tuning in to hear your take on the election.

Well Done!

from chloe louise and the ronnie republic radio round-up

Chlo always listens to Larry Mendte and Howard



Larry Mendte Named Morning Host at WILM, Wilmington.  Former longtime Philadelphia TV news anchr and radio host Larry Mendte is named morning drive personality at iHeartMedia’s Delaware news/talk stations WILM, Wilmington and WDOV, Dover.  Company regional market president Chris Walus states, “Larry is an extraordinary talent who has the unique ability to engage audiences across all demographics.  He has an impressive record of success in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Diego.  Delaware listeners will be incredibly impressed with his ability to connect, engage and inform.”  In addition to his work in Philadelphia, Mendte has served at 77WABC in New York; “Access Hollywood” in Los Angeles, WBBM-TV and WLS-AM in Chicago.

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iHeartMedia Delaware has hired Larry Mendte as the new morning show host for WILM/Wilmington and WDOV/Dover, simulcasting on both Delaware News/Talk stations. Mendte replaces Bruce Elliott, who was released at the start of the year.
Mendte most recently held a Sunday night talk show on WABC/New York and also worked for the short-lived WWIQ/Philadelphia. He is best known for his years as a news anchor/reporter/commentator for television stations in Philadelphia, New York, and Chicago, and as host of Access Hollywood.
iHeartMedia Delaware Regional Market President Chris Walus said: "Larry is an extraordinary talent who has the unique ability to engage audiences across all demographics. He has an impressive record of success in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Diego. Delaware listeners will be incredibly impressed with his ability to connect, engage, and inform."

Palestine flag to fly at UN headquarters after majority vote 119 of 193 UN member states gathered at general assembly vote yes to resolution

English: The postage stamp of United Nations, ...
English: The postage stamp of United Nations, Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (1981) Русский: Почтовая марка Организации Объединённых Наций, неотъемлемые права палестинского народа (1981) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Map of Israel, the Palestinian territories (We...
Map of Israel, the Palestinian territories (West Bank and Gaza Strip), the Golan Heights, and portions of neighbouring countries. Also United Nations deployment areas in countries adjoining Israel or Israeli-held territory, as of January 2004. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Palestine’s flag will fly at UN headquarters after the general assembly overwhelmingly approved a Palestinian resolution, infuriating Israel with a move that Palestinians described as a step toward UN membership.
There were 119 votes in favor out of 193 UN members.
The US and Israel were among eight countries that voted against the Palestinian-drafted resolution, which says the flags of non-member observer states such as Palestine shall be raised at the New York headquarters.
Most of the 28-nation European Union were among the 45 nations that abstained from voting. However, France and more than half a dozen others voted in favor of the Palestinian resolution after the EU split on the issue.
“It’s a step to the recognition of Palestine as a full member state of the United Nations,” Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah told reporters in Paris earlier on Thursday.
The only other non-member observer state is the Vatican, which reacted coolly when the Palestinians first circulated their draft resolution last month.
The Palestinians initially presented their initiative as a joint effort with the Holy See, but the Vatican said it would not co-sponsor the resolution and requested that its name be removed from the text.
The Vatican said on Wednesday it had not decided whether to fly its flag next to Palestine’s should the resolution pass.
The resolution says observer states’ flags will be flown within 20 days. Palestinian diplomats say they expect their flag to be raised on 30 September, the day the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, addresses world leaders at the annual gathering of the assembly.
Ron Proser, Israel’s UN ambassador, criticised the assembly for adopting the resolution, saying “the assembly would vote to declare the Earth is flat if the Palestinians proposed it”. US ambassador Samantha Power said raising the Palestinian flag will not bring Israelis and Palestinians any closer together.
Alongside France, EU members Sweden, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Slovenia, Luxembourg, Belgium, Malta and Poland voted yes.

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