The Dr. Bob Martin Show is Clear Channel Phoenix – News Talk 550 KFYI’s most financially successful weekend talk show in history - airing on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Additionally, the nationally syndicated Dr. Bob Martin Show can be heard on the Better Health Network on Sunday from 6:00-9:00 a.m. (PST) nationwide via 160+ AM & FM stations as well as 10:00-11:00 am on Talk Radio 790 KABC.
"The Dr. Bob Martin Show is the most financially successful weekend show in 550 KFYI's history. Not only does the show add to the bottom line, we don't have to sacrifice ratings or station image to do it. It's a win/win for programming and sales."
Laurie Cantillo - Program Director on WTOP in Washington D.C.
Former Program Director, Program Director on WABC 770AM in NY, NY.
Former Program Director, Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Radio.
Former Program Director, News talk 550 KFYI & X-TRA Sports 910 - Phoenix, AZ.
The nationally syndicated - Dr. Bob Martin Show is three of radio's fastest hours. The program includes; callers health questions and comments, breaking health news, the Health Alternative, Outrage and Mystery of the week, and special guests. Your listeners will learn more about nutrition, diet, exercise, vitamin and herbal supplements, homeopathy, mind-body medicine and many other alternative healing techniques.
Dr. Martin holds a science certification from the University of South Dakota School Of Medicine, as well as being board certified in Anti-Aging Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A.B.A.A.H.P.). Dr. Martin is double board certified as a Clinical Nutritionist (C.C.N.) through both the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists and as a Diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (D.A.C.B.N). Additionally, Dr. Martin is a board certified Chiropractic Physician and Physiotherapist. Additionally, Dr. Martin is the author of Secret Nerve Cures.
These specialties led Dr. Martin to develop over 30 nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic formulations and supplements. Dr. Martin has lectured extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally. Additionally, Dr. Martin has conducted hundreds of training seminars for nutritional retail and distribution personnel. Dr. Martin also conducts Health & Lifestyle Cruises for vacationers interested in learning about their bodies, and healthful methods of defying the aging process.
As a nutrition expert, Dr. Martin provides input for nutraceutical companies who are aiming to bring new products to market. He also works as a health consultant for Nutritional Testing Services (800-606-8822) - a company that provides at-home laboratory testing kits for Comprehensive Digestive Analysis, Toxic Metal and Mineral Analysis, Comprehensive Nutritional Blood Analysis, Salivary Hormone testing for females and males plus, Adrenal Stress Index testing. With an innovative approach to optimal health management, the company also provides laboratory results, written reports of findings and recommendations. All tests results are sent directly to the consumer.
On Air Since: 1978
Syndicated Since: 1996
Freq. of Broadcast: 1x/wk - Sunday
Length of Broadcast: 3 hrs
Number of hours to Air: Your choice -3 optimal or 2 acceptable.
Cumulus Media Networks Satellite Services
(XDS) PRO 4 Satellite Receiver
- Program is distributed on the Cumulus Media Satellite via X-Digital Systems (XDS) platform
- Authorization is NOT necessary - These are open programs
- Instructions on scheduling programs in the XDS receiver can be found here.
- Locate the programs in the XDS “Programs List” tab as follows:
ALL AFFILIATES (HOURS ONE, TWO & THREE)
Sundays 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, ET
Dr. Bob Martin Show LIVE - RA
NET CUE ASSIGNMENTS:
For technical questions, please call (212) 456-5000 – option 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Satellite: GE-8 Transponder 23
Service: SAT SRVS 25 L/R Right channel
RADIO AMERICA-ONLY - (see below)
Sundays 8:00 am - 10:00 am, ET
RA-Dr. Bob Martin Show/SUN 8a-9aET
RA-Dr. Bob Martin Show/SUN 9a-10aET
NET CUE ASSIGNMENTS:
- LOCAL T49
- LINER T50
Rebroadcasts and recorded delays acceptable.