WDBO’s Mel Robbins moving to middays


Beginning 3/5, Cox Radio’s WDBO-AM Orlando will have its first local weekday talk host in 11 years with Mel Robbins moving from his 10 p.m.-1 a.m. time slot to 1-3 p.m.  The Mel Robbins show will swap places with Clark Howard, who moves to Mel’s previous daypart.  

It won’t actually be completely local–Robbins’ show will originate from her home in rural Massachusetts outside of Boston.  She will have frequent appearances in Orlando and will be in town to launch her new timeslot. 

Robbins spent five years as a public defender in Manhattan and currently has her own TV show on A&E, “Monster in Law.” Besides the daily radio show and filming for TV, she also travels around the country on speaking engagements for Fortune 500 companies.  Robbins has appeared with Dr. Phil discussing her life coaching skills and is a regular on Anderson Cooper’s daytime talker, ABC’s “Good Morning America,” a bestselling author, and more.