"Hollywood HotLine With Susan McCray" Hits The Air Waves
A new radio feature: "Hollywood HotLine with Susan McCray" hit the air waves this week on the new hit morning show: "Rio and Hoot In The Morning" on KUNK FM (The Skunk) and online heard worldwide at: www.theskunkfm.com
By: PM Press Inc
Covering the star-studded happenings in Hollywood from the boardroom to the red carpet, “Hollywood HotLine with Susan McCray” airs Monday thru Friday at 8:15 a.m. pacific time during the morning show hosted by Hoot Hooten and John Rio on KUNK FM (The Skunk) which can also be heard simultaneously online worldwide at: www.theskunkfm.com
The fast paced vignette produced and hosted by Hollywood casting director/producer Susan McCray features all the latest film, television, and celebrity news out of Hollywood. It gives an insider’s access to all events, award shows and lifestyle news that make Hollywood tick.
A veteran of the inner workings of the entertainment industry, Susan McCray was Vice President of Talent for Michael Landon Productions and cast some of the most iconic television shows in history including the timeless hit series: “Little House on the Prairie,” “Hawaii 5-0” “Highway To Heaven” “Happy Days” as well as Emmy award winning movies of the week “Where Pigeons Go To Die” starring Art Carney and “The Diary of Anne Frank” starring Oscar winning actor Maximilian Schell.
Susan McCray also hosts two radio shows on internet radio station KSAV.org: “Getting To Know You,” a half hour show featuring interviews with well known people from all walks of life airing every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. pacific and eastern time., and “Orchestra Hall” a one hour show featuring classical music, its history and composers, airing Sundays at Noon.
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Hosting Hollywood Hotline on KUNK FM and online at: http://theskunkfm.com
Hosting two internet radio shows on http://KSAV.org: "Getting To Know You" a weekly half hour interviewing celebrities and successful people from all walks of life, "Orchestra" a one hour Sunday show featuring classical music.