Things I Found Online
Radio legends are exploring the internet.
With Joe Cipriano, Larry Morgan and Louise Palanker.
We are all both the consumers and the creators of the online content that informs, instructs, amuses, annoys, supports, attacks, distracts and entertains us. So, Let’s talk about it.
We are your internet culture club.
Starring Joe Cipriano
fun facts about a fun guy
Joe started his radio career at the age of 14 in Waterbury, Connecticut and worked on the air in Hartford and Washington, D.C, where he me his lovely wife to be, Ann while they both worked at NBC, married her and whisked the two of them to Los Angeles to pursue their radio and television careers. Joe is responsible for the death of several stations in LA, never to be seen or heard from again, KHTZ (gone) KKHR (gone) KIIS AM (gone) before finally finding a station even he couldn’t destroy, KIIS FM.
Joe transferred to voice overs full time when the Fox TV Network was launched in 1988 and he was hired as the “voice of Fox” a job he performed from 1988 to 2007, along the way he also became the comedy voice of CBS from 1997 to 2017, the voice of NBC dramas from 2005 to 2007 and has been the live announcer for the Emmys and Grammys. Currently he is the announcer on Hollywood Game Night with Jane Lynch, America’s Got Talent and voices syndicated shows such as The Talk on CBS and the Harry Connick Jr. Show.
Larry Morgan was born and raised in the dusty oil fields of West Texas by either coyotes or very hairy parents. He left Odessa, Texas at 18 for USC Film School and after five years of intense study and training with the finest professionals and teachers in the industry, Larry was finally ready to begin his rise to fame - in radio.
The vagabond lifestyle of an on-air personality landed Larry at many respected radio stations, including stints at KIIS-FM/Los Angeles, KHMX/Houston, KYSR/Los Angeles, Premiere Radio's "After Midnite," K-Earth 101 and KSWD/100.3 The Sound in Los Angeles.
Louise is as stunningly glamorous as she is mysteriously intriguing. Her shock of boyishly cut blonde locks betray an impudent whimsy which beguiles and entertains even the most casual of encounters. She is also a co-founder of Premiere Radio Networks which is now a division of I Heart Media. Weezy is a writer, producer, director, comedian, filmmaker, photographer, song writer, and drummer. Her documentary, Family Band: The Cowsill Story appeared on Showtime for two years and is now available on Amazon Prime. Weezy is the author of this bio and this is Weezy’s fourth and favorite podcast.
Joe Cipriano, Louise Palanker and Larry Morgan