Commentary & Analysis
Commentary & Analysis
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When my boss hired me, he told me I could comment everyday on Washington's biggest radio station about whatever is on my mind. What a deal, huh? What I try to do, however, is to figure out what is on your mind, and comment about that. Sometimes, I chose a topic based on e-mail you send me, which I always appreciate. Oh, and Core Values is my opinion, and nothing more. Sometimes you will agree, other times disagree, and, I hope, occasionally chuckle.
People and Data before Technology.
Dr. Drew Pinsky, a practicing physician, is considered a "relationship expert" because of his 28-year run as host of the nationally syndicated "Loveline" radio program. Dr. Drew is a member of the staff at Huntington Memorial Hospital, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Keck USC School of Medicine.
JJ Green is the National Security Correspondent at WTOP. He reports daily on global intelligence, national security and terrorism developments. He's interviewed the leadership of the CIA, DIA, DHS, U.S. military Joint Chiefs of Staff about issues that are critical to international security. He provides daily analysis and guidance on global security
Dr. Oz, daytime Emmy Award-winning host of "The Dr. Oz Show," is vice chair and professor of Surgery at Columbia University. He directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York Presbyterian Hospital. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, complementary medicine and health care policy.
As a native of the District, I was a listener of WTOP long before I got the chance to work here. Radio is the original medium that I fell in love with journalistically, and I'm happy to be back on it everyday. You can expect my thoughts on any and everything about the Washington metro area from politics to pop culture. And of course, I love exchanging ideas, so feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Let's keep the conversation going.
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