THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!  A HUGE thank you to all of our awesome guests on the Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin radio show throughout 2016.  We couldn’t have done the show without you.  It’s been a great year full of laughs, learning and bringing the community together.

Jeremy is now the co-host of Topic A on 92.7 WOBM on Sundays from 7AM to 11AM.  Click here for more information on the show and to listen to Jeremy’s debut.

If you were a guest on the Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin show or want to listen to the interviews, you can find them all HERE.

Thank you for all of your support and we’ll “see” you on Topic A!

For nostalgic purposes, you can find all of the information on the Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin radio show below.


Hello,

Thank you for agreeing to be a guest on the Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin radio show. In this guide, you will find everything you need to know about your time on air with Jeremy.  Enjoy the experience!

Show Background

JeremyandLogoAfter being a radio guest on Shawn and Sue’s morning show on 92.7 WOBM-FM, Townsquare Media quickly realized Jeremy had a great personality and radio presence. When Bob Levy of the Bob and Marianne show on 1160/1310 WOBM-AM announced his plans for retirement, Townsquare Media approached Jeremy about hosting his own radio show in that time slot.  With that, the Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin radio show was born and Jeremy started his supplemental career as a radio star in January of 2016.  Each weekday from 5:30AM to 8:00AM, Jeremy talks about how we can all work together to “Get up. Get Out. Do Something.” He is joined daily by members of our Jersey Shore non-profits, major healthcare systems, schools, artist community, local businesses, policy makers and tourism representatives. Every day is a new experience on Wake Up With Jeremy Grunin and we’re happy to have you with us.

Not only does Jeremy get to shine as a star on the radio, he is able to align this project with his philanthropic background. Every dollar of Jeremy’s radio show salary will be donated to local non-profits at the end of each quarter.

 

How long will I be on air?

The total time will be about 45 minutes.  Each individual segment ranges from about 7 to 12 minutes with commercials in between.  If you are in studio, Jeremy will give you the one-minute signal.  At this time, you can wrap up your thoughts and will continue after break.  If you are on the phone, Jeremy will transition the conversation into the commercial break, you will be placed on a brief hold and will be back on air after the break.

Is this a live show?

Yes, your segment will be live!  It will also be recorded and you can access your segment link after the show at https://www.youtube.com/user/1160WOBMAM.

What Will Jeremy Ask Me?

Please find your sector below for information on what to prepare for your radio segment.

Non-profit:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you got to this position.
  2. Tell us about your non-profit and who you serve.
  3. What was you’re a-ha! moment when you realized you could make a difference?
  4. Give us a feel good/success story.
  5. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?
  6. How can people get involved and where can they learn more?

Arts:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you got into the arts.
  2. Tell us about your organization.
  3. What projects/events have you done in the community? Where can people see your art?
  4. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?
  5. What upcoming events can the community get involved in and how can they learn more?

Education:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you got into your role with the school.
  2. What fun events do you have going on right now?
  3. What are some programs/special classes you have to prepare the kids to make a career choice?
  4. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?
  5. How can the community get involved with your events?

Health and Fitness Industry:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you chose this career path.
  2. How does this approach impact overall health and wellness?
  3. What types of classes/programs/events do you have scheduled that the community can participate in?
  4. What is your number one tip on getting started for people who are new to this approach or fitness in general?
  5. What is your top tip for “one small change” that can positively impact someone’s health?
  6. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?

Policy maker:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you got to this position.
  2. What are the issues you are working on in our area?
  3. What do you see as the selling points of the Jersey Shore?
  4. What obstacles does our area face?
  5. Talk about taxes.
  6. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?

Business:

  1. Tell us about yourself and how you started this business/position in the business.
  2. Tell us about your business.
  3. Why did you pick the Jersey Shore as a place to start this business?
  4. What do you feel is the best part of doing business at the Jersey Shore?
  5. How do we get businesses down to the Jersey Shore?
  6. What was your a-ha! moment where you realized you had a solution to an issue and could use that to make a profit?
  7. If you had a magic wand, what is the one thing you would change or do differently in your sector?