Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. KTLA's Rich DeMuro joins the show for this week's edition of 'Wired Wednesday', where he and Jen talk about Google's latest Pixel phone, Apple's new Airpods and Fisher Price's new retro phone. Jane Well also comes on the show for an edition of 'Biz Buzz'.
An ensemble of talented narrators enhances the humanity of the family members in Harriet Kline's beautifully conceived novel. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Sandi Henschel discuss the emotional story of a family deeply affected by the terminal illness and death of a loved one. After Rich is diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, the shock reverberates throughout the lives of his family, exploring each character's point of view. All of the narrations are top-notch. A moving audiobook and a must-listen. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Random House Audio. Listeners can enjoy Homer's THE ILIAD, translated by Ian Johnston, and narrated by Anton Lesser, on AudioFile's Audiobook Break podcast. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic Podcast comes from Blackstone Publishing, publisher of bestselling and award-winning books and audiobooks by fantastic writers and narrators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CNBC's Jane Wells and Kayla Tausche report on the supply chain issues and the response from the Biden administration to address them ahead of the holiday season. CNBC's Kate Rogers updates on the closures of five Walgreens stores due to a rise in crime. “Time” senior economics correspondent Alana Semuels breaks down why she thinks workers are realizing it's the perfect time to go on strike. “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer discusses the winners and losers when it comes to the U.S. labor shortage. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the latest Uber features designed to improve airport travel. CNBC's Perry Russom updates on whether or not the U.S. Supreme Court will reinstate the death penalty for one of the Boston Marathon bombers. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the dangerous roadside assistance jobs and how a grieving mother is working to get a Move Over Law passed in New Mexico. Plus, William Shatner becomes the oldest person ever to visit space.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. Dr. Simone Wildes joins the show to talk about the COVID-19 booster vaccine, the flu shot, and if it's okay to get them at the same time. Rich DeMuro, the Tech Guy, comes on for this week's edition of 'Wired Wednesday' and Jane Wells dials in for some 'Biz Buzz'.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. She's joined by Jane Wells for this week's edition of 'Biz Buzz', where she and Jen talk about the U.S. facing recession if Congress doesn't address the debt limit within 2 weeks. Facebook stock has seen a rollercoaster following the chaos that's transpired over the last couple of days, and Jane's looking to become...an arbitrator?
Jennifer Jones Lee played the role of heroin this morning before coming in to hose your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. An update on the Gabby Petito murder case with Jim Ryan. Therapy dog trainer Steve Booth comes on the show to talk about his latest trainee, Henry. And this week's edition of 'Biz Buzz' with Jane Wells! The two talk about why the markets are down, United Airlines' plan to terminate employees who won't get vaccinated, and one millionaire's fantasy world brought to life.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. It's this week's edition of 'Biz Buzz' with Jane Wells! She and Jen talk about why the markets are down, United Airlines' plans to fire employees who won't get vaccinated, and the millionaire who built a place where even orcs are nice!
Mary Jane Wells bursts onto the scene in BOMBSHELL, the first entry in Sarah Maclean's newest historical romance series, Hell's Belles. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Emily Connelly discuss the fun of this romance, and getting to hear the story of the most scandalous of the Talbot sisters, Lady Sesily Talbot. Sesily learns to use her reputation to her advantage when she joins a team of women working in secret to take down society's worst men. Caleb Calhoun is a handsome and cool-voiced American with a mysterious past who seems immune to her many charms. Wells skillfully amplifies the tension as the two finally give in to long pent-up feelings while Caleb tries to protect Sesily from danger. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Harper Audio. Listeners can enjoy Homer's THE ILIAD, translated by Ian Johnston, and narrated by Anton Lesser, on AudioFile's Audiobook Break podcast. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for Behind the Mic comes from Naxos AudioBooks. Neil Wenborn's Confucius – In a Nutshell: Opening with delightfully mood-setting music, narrator Nigel Carrington takes the reins and uses his well-modulated authoritative voice to transmit the time-tested wisdom of the great philosopher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call and today is her birthday! As the 20-Year Anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks looms, two new ID's of 9/11 victims have been announced. It's 'Wired Wednesday' with Rich DeMuro, where he and Jen talk about Apple's upcoming event, Twitter and Hulu. Jane Wells joins the show for 'Biz Buzz' to discuss California's economy and the Recall Election, the Elizabeth Holmes trial that begins today, SpaceX and KFC's chicken tender shortage! Conor Finnegan also comes on the show to talk more about Afghanistan.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call and is joined by Jane Wells! The two talk about the California economy and the Recall Election, the Elizabeth Holmes trial that starts today, SpaceX all-civilian trip will replace the Virgin Galactic excursion as the company is now grounded, and there's a chicken tender shortage at KFC!
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. Conor Finnegan makes an appearance on the show to relay a state department official's recollection of their time spent at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Tech Guy Rich DeMuro joins Jen to provide updates on the new Windows software, tiny homes and drones that have delivered chickens in Australia. Jane Wells is back from Peru and shares her experiences while also providing updates on the economy over there in addition to some shocking news regarding the amount of money the United States spent over its tenure in Afghanistan. The show's wrapped up with Dr. Simone Wildes - how effective are the booster shots for the COVID vaccine?
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call and is joined by the one and only Jane Wells! She updates us on the progress of farms where products like corn are seeing an increase in price despite the horrible drought. Jane also provides some unfortunate context surrounding the cost of the United States' stay in Afghanistan for the last 20 years.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. Handel calls in to provide Jane and listeners an update as he continues to recover from home. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are facing off as the two battled to win the rights to fly NASA astronauts to the surface of the moon. The Fork Reporter Neil Saavedra joins the show to talk about kids, fast food and finding healthier alternatives, as well as the closure of a famous Jewish Deli in LA.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel and is joined by the Fork Reporter himself, Neil Saavedra. The two talk about the challenges of feeding our kids better by avoiding junk food and finding healthy alternatives. Also, an iconic LA Jewish Deli has closed after 95 years of operation.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. Caitlyn Jenner's bus tour through California didn't go as well as planned. Scarlett Johansson is taking on Disney after they released her new Avengers movie Black Widow on Disney+, which evidently went against her contract. Jane's joined by Mo Kelly, Jennifer Jones Lee and Mo Kelly to give you the late edition of news!
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. Britney Spears' dad has said he's stepping down from her conservatorship. Why aren't unruly passengers on airplanes being prosecuted? Aviation expert Jay Ratliff joins Jane to talk about the recent surge in crazy people on airplanes. A local coffee company is hoping to help end the cycle of incarceration, and there's an upcoming election for the National President position in SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists).
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She hosts Mike de la Rocha and Richard Cabral - the two are hoping to end the cycle of incarceration with their local coffee company.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel and is joined by Mo Kelly and Jennifer Jones Lee to give you your daily dose of news. A 16-year-old has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a Shoe Palace employee. Jamie Spears has agreed to step down as Britney Spears' conservator, but not immediately. Coachella and Stagecoach will require attendees to be vaccinated.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. The COVID-19 rent-relief program has been marred by delays and Jane wanted some insight on the impact it's having on people who rent and landlords across California, so she fields calls from listeners. NASA's developing the next generation of space suits and it's got a hefty price tag alongside a lengthy delay...Elon Musk to the rescue!
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She talks about her upcoming trip to Peru and what it will entail surrounding the current COVID guidelines for travelers. Jane on the News Late Edition brings in Jennifer Jones Lee, where the two discuss topics including: The upcoming approval of the COVID-19 booster shot will be recommended, says Fauci, for those with weakened immune systems, an update on the Robert Durst trial, and a South Carolina man gave a child a face tattoo at a McDonald's, police say.
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. The Delta variant of COVID-19 has finally started to show signs of slowing. A black market has surfaced for vaccination cards for people who won't get vaccinated, and LSU has vaccinated their mascot - a tiger. A quick roundup of the upcoming recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom. President of White Rose Aqua Cremation Phil Barrack joins Jane to talk about his innovative alternative to cremation and some of the setbacks he's experienced since starting his company.
CNBC News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She's joined by Phil Barrack, President of White Rose Aqua Cremation, who talks about his innovative way of cremating the dead and the setbacks he's experienced since starting the company, and his plans moving forward.
CNBC Special Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She and Jen provide your daily dose of news, with topics that include: A worker was fatally shot at Shoe Palace after attempting to break up a confrontation surrounding a raffle at the store on Melrose Ave., a Santa Barbara surf instructor has confessed to killing his two children, and school staff in California must be fully vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID testing.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your morning Wake Up Call. Aaron Katersky joins her to discuss the resignation of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. It's 'Wired Wednesday' with Rich DeMuro! He talks with Jen about the upcoming iPhone, TCL's Google TV's and ways to make your Google searches more effective. CNBC Special Correspondent joins the back end of the segment to highlight the gap between available jobs and the unemployed.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts as Dr. Simone Wildes joins to discuss vaccine booster shots following another COVID surge. Rich DeMuro comes on the show to talk about some new technology that might tickle your fancy. Jane Wells discusses with Jen Biden's approval ratings, Lyft's earnings milestone and a possible merger of the PAC-12 into a superconference. Jim Ryan joins from Tokyo for more updates.
Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. OJ Simpson posted on his twitter a video of him getting his 2nd COVID vaccine shot and encourages other to do the same. The pandemic pushed defendants to plead guilty more often - including innocent people who didn't even commit the crime. Three women, all duped by the same man, are now friends and road-tripping together around the country. And ladies, when was the last time you changed out your undergarments? It's all right here with Jane Wells.
Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel and provides a live-feed update from the Andrew Cuomo sexual assault allegations hearing. She and Jen chime in throughout the hearing. It's Jane on the News Late Edition! Jennifer Jones Lee accompanies Jane in discussing news articles like indoor mask mandates returning to 7 Bay Area counties, the return of the cable cars in San Francisco, and Disneyland's new Annual Pass program.
Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers joins the show from London to talk with Jane about the lifted travel restrictions of U.S. citizens to Europe and what you'll need if you intend on taking a Eurotrip any time soon.
Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. Joined by Producers Morgan and Tyler, she highlights inflation in the U.S. and how it's impacting restaurants and employees. Tom Rivers joins Jane from London to provide an update on travel to Europe. The U.S. Government is exploring the use of artificial intelligence to predict the future.
Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She and Jennifer Jones Lee give you your daily dose of news. The U.S. has reached its 70% vaccination goal, albeit a month behind schedule. The White House has called on states to prevent evictions after the moratorium expired this past weekend. A 4th police officer involved in the January 6th insurrection has taken their life.
CNBC's Jane Wells joins Jen to talk about the Pentagon canceling $10billion Jedi cloud that Amazon and Microsoft were fighting over and it made Jeff Bezos even richer!And, Amazon flying into Camarillo rumors is making residents nuts!
GameStop, Clover Health, and AMC trades are fueled by buzz on social media, but Reddit co-founder turned venture capitalist Alexis Ohanian says the trading momentum of these “meme stocks” is hardly new. Ohanian shares his outlook for tech startup investing and the blockchain, social media's role in market surges, and mental health in the workplace. The second Roaring Twenties may be upon us, and furniture retailer RH, formerly Restoration Hardware, is cashing in. Plus, CNBC's Jane Wells details pork prices and popularity from the World Pork Expo in Iowa.