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"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun

"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun
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Brookville, NY

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"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun

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English

Contact:

Post Campus, 720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, New York 11548 516-299-2683


Episodes

Guiding young children through transitions, challenging circumstances, and sad events

3/30/2018
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How do you explain the terrible events that we see in the news to young children without scaring them while still being authentic and honest? How do you explain "death," divorce, and bullying? To help us, we invited Vanessa McMullan, LCSW, of the North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center located at 80 North Service Road, Manhasset, NY 11030 to discuss these extremely challenging topics. Our conversation also explored other issues impacting young children: upheaval (whether moving or the...

Duration:00:53:29

Ellen Goldfarb dared to be different by making a film about WLIR

1/19/2018
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Look at this impressive list of people appearing in this movie: Tom Bailey Lead Singer/The Thompson Twins Eric Bloom Lead Singer/Blue Oyster Cult Vince Clarke Keyboards/Songwriter/Producer/Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Yaz, Erasure Cy Curnin Lead Singer/The Fixx Thomas Dolby Singer/Songwriter Chris Frantz Drummer/The Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club John French Guitarist/Twisted Sister Debbie Harry Singer/Songwriter/Blondie Billy Howerdel Singer/Songwriter/A Perfect Circle; Ashes Divide Billy Idol...

Duration:00:53:30

In the green room with dummer Aaron Comess of the Spin Doctors

12/29/2017
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Aaron Comess is best known as the drummer for the Spin Doctors but he is also a well-respected solo artist. He was extremely gracious to spend time with TCBRadio before the 20th Anniversary Concert right here in Nassau County celebrating Pocket Full of Kryptonite.For more information:http://www.aaroncomess.comhttp://spindoctors.comFrom his website:When he’s not drumming with the Spin Doctors, Aaron Comess maintains a busy and varied musical life, recording his own acclaimed music while...

Duration:00:05:25