Here are just some of the influencers and critical thinkers who have joined Paul in conversation...
March 2013: I'm Available
In February 2012 I was released by Salem Communications from an afternoon drive position on WLQV-AM 1500 in Detroit which I had held for six years. During those six years The Paul Edwards Program built a relationship with a loyal drive-time audience in Detroit. The program brought significant revenue to the station through long-term partnerships with local businesses as well as national ministry partners.
Talk radio for me is a calling. God has given me unique gifts and abilities behind a microphone. It is my desire to use those abilities once again on-air to inform and entertain in a compelling and intelligent way.
I believe talk radio should entertain and inform, but most importantly influence cultural and societal change. There is too much "noise" passing itself off as "Conservative Talk." We're screaming at those with whom we disagree, and talking - for the most part - only to those who are already on our side. And nothing changes.
What's desperately needed in the genre of "Conservative Talk" is intelligent dialogue around the issues with all sides fairly represented with a view to understanding the other side of the issue. That's the kind of program I hosted and produced for more than ten years. I'm ready to do it again.
The type of talk radio I do features stimulating conversations with critical thinkers on culture, politics, theology, and news-of-the-day. And we have fun doing it.
Who is Paul Edwards?
I have more than a decade of experience as a talk host on radio in Detroit. I began my career as a fill-in host for Teresa Tomeo and Bob Dutko on Crawford Broadcasting's WMUZ-FM 103.5. In March of 2003 I was given my own afternoon drive program on Crawford's WRDT-AM 560.
In the more than ten years I have been doing talk radio, it has been my honor to speak with some of the most influential people in America. My guests have included politicians, theologians, musicians, ethicists, and many more of todays influencers and critical thinkers.
TRIVIA: Director John Curran used actual voice tracks from my program for his 2010 movie Stone starring Robert De Niro and Edward Norton.
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