7/6/14 Bob salter's 6am Guest07/06/14
Baltimore Orioles Team Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Wasserman discussed the types of skin cancer, who is most susceptible to skin cancer, sun tan parlor restriction legislation, and protection to avoid skin cancer.
7/6/14 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Attorney Julie Rendelman discussed her work as the Deputy Bureau Chief at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, courtroom strategy, interviewing witnesses, and jury selection.
6/29/14 Bob Salter's 6am Hour
Loyalblocks Vice President of Sales Russell Mikowski discussed the current state of the small business economy in New York City, mistakes small business owners make with respect to marketing, and the effect of buzzwords on the current startup...
6/29/14 Bob Salter's 7am Hour
Counterintelligence expert Chris Simmons discussed security precautions for the World Cup, the power of video surveillance in securing stadium events, interrogation of terrorist suspects, and the growth of the terrorist group Isis.
6/22/14 Bob Salter's 7am Hour
Author Dr. Jonathan Aviv discussed acid reflux, the rise in esophageal cancer, and the dietary approach to reduce the incidence of acid reflux.
6/22/14 Bob Salter's 6am Hour
Justworks Chief Executive Officer Isaac Oates discussed the task small business owners face dealing with benefits, compliance issues, and city, state, and federal tax codes, controversy about New York City instituting mandatory sick leave, and new and...
6/15/14 Bob Salter's First Guest
Author Courtney White discussed new challenges facing agriculture and our food system, whether a 2 percent increase in the carbon content of the planet’s soils could offset 100 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions going into the atmosphere, and how...
6/15/14 Bob Salter talks with Lewis Burke Frumkes
Hunter College Writing Center Director Lewis Burke Frumkes discussed the world authors operate in today, the annual Hunter College Writers Conference, and the future of publishing.
Bob Salter Interviews Kristine Johnson
WCBS TV news anchor Kristine Johnson discussed her experience using yoga to promote mental balance and physical wellbeing, her work with the Jonahs Just Begun foundation, and her thoughts on maximizing opportunities in broadcast journalism.
6/8/14 Bob Salter's 6am Hour
Special Olympics of New Jersey President and Chief Executive Officer Marc Edenson discussed the importance of New Jersey hosting the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games, how sport welcome athletes with intellectual disabilities, and societal progress...
6/8/14 Bob Salter's 7am Hour
Michael Kaplen discussed his belief there is a public health crisis when it comes to sports concussions, his feeling sport concussion management legislation is needed to enact serious change, and the recent Presidential inaugural concussion summit...
6/1/14 Bob Salter's 6am Hour
Disabled veteran Stephen Boyd discussed the medical treatment of veterans, abuse he has endured and witnessed in Veterans Administration hospitals, and the number of veterans committing suicide daily.
6/1/14 Bob Salter's 7am Jour
YAI Chief Executive Officer Matt Sturiale and Director of Conferences Tina Sobel discussed the nonprofit organization’s work with and supporting of people with developmental disabilities, challenges the agency faces, and employment opportunities for...
Bob Salter's 5/25/14 Program
Reverend Dr. Leander Hardaway, Josephine DeJesus, Kwabenah Pinkrah, Dr. Michael Willett, and John Lowen discussed the challenge of the development of inner city youth, the culture of low expectations for today’s urban youth, development of the Urban...
5/18/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest
NYUpInSmoke.org spokesman David Schwartz discussed the estimated two billion dollars lost annually in New York State due to untaxed cigarettes, illegal cigarette shipments arrive daily from Virginia and North Carolina, and the involvement of organized...
5/18/14 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Larry Lawton discussed his criminal life and time in prison, development of the Reality Check program to show teens and young adults the consequences of making bad choices, and how to identify at-risk teens.
5/11/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest
Educator John Kuhn discussed education accountability, education politics, and how good teachers and education overall are impacted.
5/11/14 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Chief Scientific Officer Bette Steinberg discussed her discoveries in pappilomaviruses, controversy about the HPC vaccine, what can be done to reduce the risk of sepsis death, and the impacts of advances in...
5/4/14 Bob Salter's 6am Guest
Attorney Janet Johnson discussed whether it is legal to record and release NBA owner Donald Sterling’s racist rant, the league’s lifetime ban and fine on Sterling, and renewed debate on torture of convicted murderers.
5/4/14 Bob Salter's 7am Guest
Author and educator Jonathan Jefferson discussed the effect of labeling children, why parents and educators should do all they can to safeguard the fates of children, and how to encourage children to rise achieve their full potential.
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