CRN adds four new shows


CRN Digital Talk Radio announced the addition of four new shows to its roster. Anthony Dias Blue’s consumer-oriented food, wine, and travel-oriented show The Blue Lifestyle airs Tuesdays at 9p.m. ET/6p.m. PT. Blue has written columns for the New York Times, GQ, Forbes, Travel and Leisure and countless other publications.  His company has become one of the nation’s most successful producers of wine and food events, creating large trade tasting, wine seminars, lunches and dinners for wineries, associations and spirits companies around the world.

The Wise Guys Sit-down Hour stars controversial former police officer Albert DeRobbio and East Coast-based businessman Nicky Barrilla.  They value respect, honesty, and integrity – traits on which they feel the world could use a little refresher. They are real-life, old-fashioned gentlemen who’ve lead double-lives. They come from two different neighborhoods – and two different families (if you catch their drift).  They are rough around the edges – but always gentlemen.  They’re street smarts experts – and aficionados of life.  It airs Saturdays at 3p.m. ET/12p.m. PT.

Tommy Hunter’s The Edge at Night fuses talk and music. Stars ranging from Alternative Christian rockers to mainstream celebrities merge Saturday nights at 10p.m. PDT (Sundays at 1a.m. ET). His first guest this Saturday is Brian “Head” Welch from the heavy metal band KORN.

The Steve Sanchez Show stars entrepreneur, pastor, and author Steve Sanchez. For over 20 years, he has counseled thousands – both face-to-face and through his radio show – in the areas of finance, cultural issues and politics…all from a cutting edge, Christian perspective.  Never failing to provide an encouraging word or a quick-witted antidote. Sanchez brings his no-nonsense approach to finance and world issues to CRN Digital Talk every Saturday morning at 11a.m. ET/8a.m. PT.

“There’s something for everyone just in these four shows alone,” said Michael Horn, president and CEO of CRN. “These great programs – plus the ones CRN already broadcasts during our 168 daily air hours – offer audiences an auditory buffet of unique, engaging programming.”