2018 Spotlight on Lorain On Demand

Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon and the WEOL Morning Show were out and about in Lorain for our 2018 Spotlight on Lorain.

On Monday afternoon and Tuesday Morning, our shows went live from Lakeview Park.

During our time there, we spoke with Lorain Mayor, Chase Ritenauer, Lakeview Parks’ own Bryan Goldthorpe, Lorain Public Schools CEO David Hardy Jr., and others.

On Wednesday morning, Bruce and Craig traveled to German’s Villa for the 2018 International Breakfast. They wrapped-up our spotlight coverage  with Chris Rewack, Chairman of the International Breakfast, Princess Chair Natalie Rodriguez and Puerto Rican Princess Alana Careon and the Tres Unidos Band who served as the morning’s entertainment.

If you missed any of the weeks interviews, you can hear them now on our 2018 Spotlight on Lorain page by clicking here or on the image above. 

Our next Spotlight will shine on Wellington on July 9 & 10. The WEOL Morning Show will go live both days from Dimitri’s Conner Restaurant from 7am – 9am.


Congratulations Keystone Wildcats

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Keyston’s Madi Nunez hugs team mate Alie Pyles

Congratulations to the Keystone Wild Cats on their fourth State Championship a perfect 34-0 season!

On Saturday, Kyestone defeated West Branch in the State Title game by a score of 3-2 in 12 innings.

To relive that classic State Championship game, click here or on the image above.


Tim Ortman on the Morning Show

Tim Ortman has worked for thirty-five years as a cameraman and producer for every major U.S. television news network and the Foreign Press Corps.

During his time, he has been on the front lines of wars, revolutions, terrorist attacks, presidential elections and much more.

In his new book, Newreal: A View Through the Lens When.. He recounts a world when anchormen were more trusted than Presidents.

During the Morning Show, Ortman spoke with Bruce and Craig about his time in the field, and how he feels news reporting has changed in the modern day.


Three Score and More

 

Ageism is one of the last accepted forms of bias in the work place, but it has been proven wrong time and again, with many examples of people forced to retire at 65 who are actually at the top of their game.

On the WEOL Morning Show, Alan Weiss, Author of the new book, “Three Score and More” joined Craig and Bruce to talk about the importance of having older men and women in the workforce.

Hear what Weiss had to say, and get tips for staying fresh and powerful in the work force at an older age.




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