“Texas Insider” & “Lynn Woolley Show” to begin new era of Talk Radio in Austin

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By Jim Cardle & Lynn Woolley

Mark down this date: Saturday, October 3, 2015. At 10 a.m.

KJCE LOGO“The Texas Insider with Lynn Woolley” presents its inaugural episode on KJCE Talk 1370. The new show is a joint venture between TexasInsider.Org and Studio L Productions, the parent company of the weekday “Lynn Woolley Show” that airs on five radio stations in Texas.

Texas Insider’s Jim Cardle will join Lynn Woolley each Saturday to present a unique view of current events in the City of Austin, the State Capitol, and inside the Washington Beltway. “The Texas Insider with Lynn Woolley” pairs Cardle, a major player on the Texas political scene, with Woolley who never hesitates to hold politicians’ feet to the fire. The combination should prove explosive, and entertaining.

Austin – more than any other major Texas city – is primed for a hard-hitting current events show with behind-the-scenes information.

All the Texas metro areas from Houston to DFW to San Antonio have high profile talk hosts that draw large radio audiences. Now, Austin will have a constant radio address for conservative political thought and opinion.

“The Texas Insider with Lynn Woolley” is intended to cut through the clutter and to become a powerful voice in the Austin radio market. The goal is to start with an hour of great content each week, and eventually to grow and expand the show.

We are proud to partner our two companies with the facilities and strong 5,000-watt signal of KJCE Talk 1370. The station reaches from San Antonio to Hillsboro, giving us a giant swath of the I-35 corridor.

KJCE Coverage Map

KJCE Coverage Map

In addition to Austin, we’ll be heard in New Braunfels, San Marcos, Fredericksburg, Killeen-Fort Hood, Temple-Belton, Bryan-College Station and Waco.

The on-air call-in line for the show is (512) 643-LIVE (5483).

We plan to promote the show in a variety of ways using both traditional and social media. “The Texas Insider with Lynn Woolley” will be a staple on TexasInsider.org, WBDaily.com (the Lynn Woolley blog site), and on the Lynn Woolley Show. We’ll also promote the show on Texas Insider email blasts and on our FACEBOOK and TWITTER pages.

ABOUT JIM CARDLE:

Jim Cardle (l) interviews Rep. Michael MCaul, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security

Jim Cardle (l) interviews Rep. Michael MCaul, Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security

Jim is publisher & CEO of the online Texas political newsletter TexasInsider.org. He is also the founder & chairman of the Austin Economic Club. From 1989 to 1992 he worked in Austin Ecomomic ClubPresident George Bush’s Administration, serving as Director of Congressional Affairs for the Legal Services Corporation. In 1992, he became the Director of Development & Government Affairs for the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis. In 1996 he joined the Texas Public Policy Foundation as Vice President, where he served through late 1997. Cardle became President & CEO of the Austin-based Lone Star Foundation in January of 1998, publisher of The Lone Star Report, a weekly newsletter covering Texas politics and policy. Jim is a 1980 graduate of Texas Christian University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics.

Jim may be reached at jim@TexasInsider.org.

ABOUT LYNN WOOLLEY:

Lynn Woolley in "Fabled Studio L"

Lynn Woolley in “Fabled Studio L”

Lynn is a Texas radio veteran with an extensive background in radio news at KTEM/Killeen-Temple, KNOW/Austin, WFAA/Dallas, KRLD/Dallas, KAAM/Dallas and KVET/Austin. For the past 20 years, he has hosted the Lynn Woolley Show, a 3-hour conservative political show currently heard on KTEM/Killeen-Temple, KCRS/Odessa/Midland, KREW/Plainview, KWBC/Navasota-Brenham and KBBW/Waco. Lynn has four books in print, and hosted “The Children’s Miracle Network Telethon” for 21 years on KCEN-TV, the Temple/Waco NBC affiliate. His columns have appeared in several newspapers, mostly notably the Dallas Morning News and at his blog, WBDaily.com. He is a CMO COVER1972 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio-Television-Film.

Lynn may be reached at lynn@BeLogical.com

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Comments

  1. VerbosePhil says:

    Well good, it looks like I’m inside the red circle so will have to tune in on Oct 3. Should be an interesting hour! Can’t wait.

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