"The Tim McLoone Radio Show" premieres December 1st on WOR Radio

Press Release - November 2012

New Jersey restaurateur and non- profit leader, Tim McLoone is bringing his voice and personality to News Talk Radio 710, WOR. "The Tim McLoone Radio Show," premiering Saturday, December 1st, at 5 PM is an hour-long magazine style show, taped live, that will cover a variety of topics including sports, music, philanthropy, and entertainment.

Guests for premiere show include:

Jack Ford - CBS-TV legal analyst, Emmy Award-winning journalist, author, and a nationally recognized trial attorney who has taught at Yale University, NYU and Fordham Law School.

Joan Hamburg - Joan Hamburg has been part of the WOR, 710 AM, family in New York since the early 1970s. Joan can be heard on WOR weekdays noon to 2pm with topics including the day's news, food, restaurant features, and celebrity interviews.

Barbara Maran - Director of St. John's Soup Kitchen in Newark. St. John's Soup Kitchen serves breakfast and dinner to 700 people a day five days a week and Holiday Express visits the soup kitchen every year on Christmas Eve day.

According to McLoone, guests are selected on the basis that they have some connection to McLoone himself, and that they can provide a unique perspective on a variety of topics. With McLoone having extensive ties in the sporting, entertainment, restaurant, political, medical and non-profit worlds, there is sure to be no shortage of guests, most of whom will be nationally recognized.

The debut show will be taped on November 29th at McLoone's Boathouse in West Orange, in front of a live studio audience. Subsequent shows will be taped at McLoone's Supper Club in Asbury Park on Thursday evenings at 7 PM. Fans can make reservations to be in the live audience by calling 732-774-1155.

Given the demands of owning eight restaurants, running a non-profit organization (Holiday Express), performing regularly with his band, coaching a high school cross country team, announcing Seton Hall basketball games, and spending time with his wife and four children, one might ask, "why a radio show"?

The answer for McLoone is simple. "It is always something I wanted to do. When people asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up, I always said I wanted to have a radio show. I've done lots of radio appearances over the years, including co-hosting and I have really enjoyed it. This has been an idea of mine for a while so I figured now is the time to give it a shot," says McLoone.

For more information about The Tim McLoone Radio show please visit www.timmcloooneradioshow.com.