The program can be heard online and on the secondary audio program (SAP) on Sacramento Comcast cable channels 17 and 18. It is also possible the program may be heard in the future on a new FM radio station now being constructed.
The program is called, "Dave Rocket Radio" and is a combination of "fun music" selections and David's commentary. The term "fun music" refers to how certain songs resonate with a majority of people regardless of whether the song sold a lot of records. "Most radio stations use record sales and focus groups to determine what to play," says Jurewicz. "I choose songs because they assist people to recall great moments and give them the courage they need to move forward with their lives," he said.
David also intersperses commentary about items that make life better, such as how to double your reading speed in one afternoon, great travel destinations, the best way to deliver a public speech, and other topics based on what he's learned as a self-proclaimed "Praxeologist,"
The two hour show has no advertising. The official website of the program is http://www.DaveRocketRadio.com
To listen to the program, go to aforementioned site on Tuesdays from 4:00-6:00 p.m., click on the button that reads "Click here to listen" and visitors will be linked to the online radio feed.
David Jurewicz has been involved in media since the age of 16, first working as a top-forty disc jockey in the afternoon drive position then moving to talk show host on KFBK radio in the 1990's. He has also filled in for talk show host Owen Arnoff on Sacramento's KTKZ and now moves back to music radio. David has appeared on television, has written a column for the Sacramento Bee newspaper and is the author of the book, 33 1/3 Success Shortcuts I Wish Someone Had Taught Me Sooner.