WKOK Sunrise, Monday, December 17, 2018:
5:00am to 7:00am: This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:
- You’re aware of how strong the job market is. Unemployment is near a 50-year low. Hiring is being done without resumes. Wages are being driven up. But there are a couple of spillover items few people are talking about. We’ll explain them.
- Also, with all the food recalls this year…a little perspective on them.
- And strategies for buying a car at the end of this month..
7:10am and 7:40am: Joanne Troutman, President and CEO Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way, and Art Thomas, President of Meck-Tech, member of the GSVUW Early Learning Investment Commission. They’ll talk about the mission and work of the commission, the local efforts, the business and investment imperatives, the state government/legislative angle, the Pre-K efforts, and more.
On The Mark with co-host Joe McGranaghan:
8:30am to 10am: Open phones. Joe says we’ll talk about the Boy Scouts of America going broke and why I caused it.
Movie Mike McGranaghan, professional movie critic, author and ‘women in cinema’ advocate, with this review of ‘Creed II,’ and he’ll have words about new movies, including the upcoming movie ‘Vice.’ Kevin Hart won’t host the Oscars, a new movie centering around Prince’ music is in development, Anne Hathaway to possibly star in Sesame Street movie, and other topics.
Beth Stark, Lifestyle Initiative Manager, Registered Dietitian, Weis Markets, and Erin Dunleavy and Kathryn Long, Healthy Living Coordinators, Registered Dietitians, Weis Markets, on the FAQ’s of the dietitian world: They put together a list of the most common customer questions from 2018 and we will share these questions and their answers. Everything from eating the colorful fruits to Keto, to diabetes to allergies, or the Mediterranean Diet, they’ve heard it all.
Samantha Pearson, Lewisburg Neighborhoods Corporation Elm Street Manager, and Walk it! Bike it! Coordinator, with the latest news on transportation and pedestrian issues, news about Walk it! Bike it! and many other safety and community issues.