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The guys kick off our third and final part of the Scotty and Alex reunion show on TheAlexShow.com talking about some of their favorite TV shows. You will be shocked to find out how bad their taste is.
Alex talks about life as a new homeowner and planning for a wedding next year.
In other news, one of Alex’s websites RideThePine.com is really taking off. After just a few weeks, it was featured in iTunes as a “New and Noteworthy” video podcast. A month later, RTP had over 220,000 views.
Alex talks about how unlike any other media, the internet can give you exact viewing numbers. No Arbitron, No Neilson, NO guessing, just exact numbers. This leads to a discussion of the potential of internet radio and comparing it to satellite radio. Scotty has finally joined the rest of the world More >
Welcome to Part 2 of the Scotty and Alex reunion from TheAlexShow.com
The show kicks off with Scotty talking live on his radio station Wild 102.7 in Atlantic City, NJ. Alex asks Scotty what it’s like adjusting to being on a new station with music he doesn’t know.
The guys reminisce about the day that Twitchels, their favorite comedian with tourettes and long time guest of the show, made his first appearance. It was the same day as the birth of Scotty’s youngest child. Alex talked about his recent interview with Twitchels and was still in shock about Twitchels’ suicide attempt.
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The Alex Show is proud to welcome Scott Reilly, reuniting The Scotty and Alex Show for the first time in almost a year. The guys start off the show wondering if anyone remembers their show because its been almost three years since the last time they were on the air together at WYSP in Philadelphia.
The reason the guys wanted to get together for a podcast was to discuss the recent format flip of their old station in Atlantic City, WJSE, to a dance station [Link]. Scotty still works at the station and gives More >
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Joel Tenenbaum, the Boston University student who was charged with illegally downloading music, has to pay four record companies over a half a million dollars.
But it could be worse…
- You could be the person who came up with the Clash for Clunkers plan
- Tiger Woods farts on the course
- Jessica Simpson looks drunk
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I would say that 99.9% of the people who come to TheAlexShow.com or reading “The Beat It” blog have NO idea who I am…so let me tell you.
I was born Alexander Stanley Balcerski Jr, shortly after midnight on August 19th, 1981. I was born four weeks pre-mature because, as my mother put it, “that Phil Rizzuto was so annoying (who was announcing a Yankees baseball game) he sent me into labor.”
I grew up in the same house my entire life in Linwood, a small shore town in Southern New Jersey. Most of my childhood I spent playing baseball, basketball, and soccer during the school year and working construction with my father in the summer. When I was five I got a really rare disease called Guillain-Barre, I survived.
I attended college at the University of Richmond (in Virginia), which is where I started my broadcasting career.
What started More >
Most of us have done it once in our lifetime and for those who haven’t, you’ve probably thought about it.
I’ve done it.
I’ve been the worse offender of this. But now I plead to fellow drunks, leave musicians alone!The best way to explain this awful phenomena is start at my drinking habits. I have two types of drinking modes; sober and out of control. When I get out of control, I can embarrass myself in a record amount of time. But one of my favorite things to do is when I am at a drinking establishment with any type of music, I like to position myself near the band or DJ and talk (with slurred speech) about how they should present the music.
If there is a DJ, I request songs.
If there is a band, I tell them what to play.
And god forbid if they are More >