Saturday, April 4, 2009

Mon Apr 6, 2009

On Today's Show:

John Melendez - "The Tonight Show starring Jay Leno"
After 15 seasons on Howard Stern’s radio show, John Melendez, known to Stern fans as “Stuttering John," is entering his third-season on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Besides being the show’s nightly announcer, Melendez is also involved in comedy sketches and correspondent pieces.
John talks about
John Melendez TV and his Webisodes.

Jeremy Robinson - "Kronos"
"Jeremy Robinson's latest is Moby Dick meets James Bond thriller with an amazing twist, offering page-turning results." Two years after his wife's death, oceanographer and former navy SEAL, Atticus Young, attempts to reconcile with his rebellious daughter, Giona, by taking her on the scuba dive of a lifetime-swimming with a pod of peaceful humpback whales in the Gulf of Maine. But the beauty of the sea belies a terror from the deep-a horrific creature as immense as it is ancient. There is no blood, no scream, no fight. Giona is swallowed whole by the massive jaws. Only Atticus remains to suffer the shame of the survivor and his inconsolable grief turns to an unquenchable thirst for revenge.

John L. Herman - "Hermanisms: Axioms for Business & Life"
John L. Herman Jr. ("Herman") is a business failure expert not because he fails in business, but because he knows why businesses fail. Of the companies Herman has owned, 15 succeeded and six failed. One became publicly traded, sold stock for 20 times the opening price, and soon went bust. Herman then ran a brokerage firm that consulted with over 1,000 owners of failing companies. In effect, he was a "corporate hit man" for the banks. They would convince owners to hire him, to recoup their loan money. And he did it well -- because he understood what the owners were facing. In fact, he was recognized across the country as an expert witness in corporate bankruptcy cases. Herman's two books establish his credibility as a failure expert and show readers why they need to face failure head on and deal with the realities of life -- so they can achieve (or get back to) that great feeling of success. He resides in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife, Maggie. They have five grown children.

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