Gary Michaels is a valley fixture for morning radio…now the longest running morning show in the central valley. For more than 18 years, Gary has been waking up central valley families with great light rock, fun contests and interesting guests and interviews.
Gary Michaels has been a broadcast veteran for more than 30 years getting up at 3:30am each weekday in markets like Phoenix, Des Moines, New Orleans, Dayton, Minneapolis and now his home in Modesto. Gary is married to his lovely wife Teri. They have two children. Active in his church and community organizations over the years…he is very civic minded and wants a quality of life for his community.
Such longevity is rare in this business, but the audience and Gary’s show connect to bring a fun, upbeat and family-friendly listening experience to the listeners every weekday from 5:30-10am.
A new Clear Channel survey upends some commonly held misconceptions about the use and ownership of electronic devices, including the fact that folks would rather keep their computer and give up their TV, smartphone and tablet if they could only use one device for a year. Western states love their smartphones: In what will likely come as a surprise to the fast-paced, connected population on the East Coast, respondents from Western states were more likely to have a smartphone (56%) than those in the Northeast (46%) and the Midwest (42%). Women have more electronics: When it comes to smartphones and tablets, women are actually more likely than men to own these gadgets -- 52% of women have smartphones vs. 43% of men; and 31% of women have a tablet or e-reader compared to 25% of men. Smartphones are a constant "accessory" and almost half of consumers (45%) use their smartphone cover or case to reflect their tastes or personality. Regarding other accessories, when using headphones, two in every three listeners still prefer earbuds to the over-the-ear headsets