Blaine Greenfield first began his radio career when he gave his football predictions on Rider University's radio station when he was an undergraduate. The show only ran for one season, yet it quickly gained a reputation as being extremely helpful to gambling fans. It seemed that they would listen, then go exactly opposite the picks they heard ... as a result, they made a lot of money!
Fast forward to 1993 and Blaine resurfaced on as the radio host of CONSUMER CONNECTION on WTTM/920 AM. After five years, the station first changed format and then eventually shut down. Yet as a result of his efforts, he was named 1995's Media Advocate of the Year by the New Jersey Small Business Administration.
Blaine next became host of PULSE OF THE NETWORK on WWFM/89.1 FM, Trenton, NJ, in 2000. This weekly public affairs show aired for five years until a recent management change.
It featured a different guest each week, typically from such diverse fields as government, education, health care, law, and commerce. Some recent shows have featured Dr. Wayne Dyer, motivational guru/author; Bret Schundler, candidate for New Jersey governor; Dr. George Pruitt, president of Thomas Edison State College; Mark Herr, director of New Jersey's Department of Consumer Affairs; Dr. James Lyttle, superintendent of Trenton Public Schools; Dr. Barry Sysler, professor at Bucks County Community College; Ingrid Reed, director of Eagleton New Jersey; Pat Hart, executive director of Womanspace; Phyllis Sisenwine, success coach; Tom O'Neill, executive director of the Partnership for New Jersey; Richard Woodbrdige, Woodbridge & Associates; and Kevin Jameson, security consultant.
Blaine is in the process of putting together a new show that will air, hopefully, in the near future.
Please note: Should any visitors to this website have suggestions as for radio stations for Blaine to contact, please share that information with him. He'd also be interested in the possibility of a cable TV show, perhaps in conjunction with the radio show.
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