24/6 station “sometimes gets funny, sometimes gets intense, but never gets stuffy”
Jerusalem, Israel, Nov. 5, 2009: The Anglo-Israeli Rusty Mike Internet radio station, launched just before Passover, has already reached nearly 33,000 downloads, it was announced today.
This Jerusalem-based station offers live and podcasted shows, featuring subjects that have attracted a dedicated following in Anglo-Israeli community and the general Jewish community worldwide. Topics include Israeli scene, social action, legal advice, psychotherapy, job advice, cooking and comedy.
“Rusty Mike Radio steps away from the usual Jewish radio format, and that seems to suit our listenership,” says station owner Adam Mallerman. “Perhaps that’s because we keep our shows open to opinions and input, with people calling in and offering their take on a wide range of issues affecting Israel and Jews worldwide. It sometimes gets funny, it sometimes gets intense, but it never gets stuffy!”
Show hosts and topics include:
- Adam Mallerman’s outrageous commentary on “Adam in the Morning”
- Richard Freedman’s offbeat take on Israeli society
- Nettie Feldman’s “never go hungry for honest chat” talk on Afternoon Shmooze
- Mimi Borowich’s local talent scoops
To listen to Rusty Mike Internet radio, go to www.rustymikeradio.com and click on the “Listen Live” button. Rusty Mike Radio welcomes submissions from media and experts worldwide.
About Rusty Mike Radio
Rusty Mike Radio is an Internet radio station geared toward Anglo-Israelis. The station broadcasts 24/6 on www.rustymikeradio.com and features an eclectic mix of shows geared to the English-speaking Israeli and worldwide Jewish audience. Since its launch before Passover, Rusty Mike Radio has attracted a worldwide following for its live shows and its podcasts: nearly 33,000. Rusty Mike Radio was founded by Adam Mallerman, and is sponsored by the Association of Americans and Canadians and Israel (AACI) and by advertisers.
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