April 16, 2005
Radio daze

My debut on BizRadio 1320 went pretty well, I thought. Kevin led off and they talked to him about lonely toll booth operators and Sports Authority shenanigans, then it was my turn and we discussed hosting the Super Bowl and The Year of The Yao. I wasn't sure what to expect - I was prepared to talk about any number of things - but the way it worked was that host Jon-Michial Carter and his two cohosts (whose names I unfortunately did not catch) led the way, which made it very easy. I kind of wish we had more time, it was fun. Having Kevin go first was nice, too, since that helped me know what was coming. He did a good job, too, so I had to live up to that. All in all, I was happy.

In theory, we'll be back next week, and some time between now and then I expect to receive an audio file from the show, which I'll post. Whether I'm back next week or not, I'd like to say thanks to Jon-Michial Carter. I enjoyed the experience. If anyone here was listening, I hope you can say the same.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on April 16, 2005 to Blog stuff | TrackBack

I can say the same! It was intelligent, fun radio. I look forward (hopefully) to the Kuff and Kevin show next week.

Posted by: Anne on April 16, 2005 11:40 AM

the three radio hosts yakked too much for my taste. they shoulda let you and kevin talk more. but you two did well when they took a breath.

Posted by: banjo jones on April 16, 2005 11:46 AM


Are you suggesting a new morning talk show for Houston radio?

I like the idea of Kuff and Kevin in the Morning. Serving up snark for breakfast!

Of course, I want credit when you guys go national. :-)

Posted by: William Hughes on April 16, 2005 5:33 PM

I can't wait to hear it. And, like Anne, I'd be very excited to see this turn into a regular thing. With all the morons out there spouting their opinions on the airwaves, it would be nice to have someone whose opinions are worth listening to being heard amid the din.

Posted by: Amy on April 17, 2005 8:28 AM