Michigan Talk Network
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Michigan Talk Network (often abbreviated MTN) is an internet-distributed, syndicated talk radio service that has a variety of programs airing on 20 radio affiliates in the U.S. state of Michigan. It operates in coordination with its flagship station WJIM in Lansing, Michigan and is owned by Steve Gruber, host of the Network's morning show.
The Steve Gruber Show is MTN's morning program and its flagship product. Steve Gruber is an American broadcaster whose career began in the mid 1980s, and has included television journalism as an investigative reporter with NBC affiliate WCMH Columbus, Ohio and nationally syndicated TV adventure programming as host of Excalibur's Outdoor America on Outdoor Channel. Gruber's run as host is the longest in the history of Outdoor Channel. The Steve Gruber Show airs live weekdays 6–9 a.m. from their flagship station WJIM in Lansing, MI. Ivey Ramos Gruber is the programs Executive Producer and is also a frequent on air contributor. Other guests include: President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Steve Forbes, Dana Perino, Ted Nugent, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Senator Rand Paul, Dr. John Lott and more. Some or all of the show also airs on 9 affiliate radio stations including: WKMI, WFNT, WAAM, WTKG, WBCH, WLDN, WMLQ, WMIQ, & WLCO.
- The Steve Gruber Show
- The C.A.R. Show (hosted by Roger Kwapich, Dan Pietras and Steve Stewart)
- The Gardening Show (hosted by Dr. Dean Krauskopf)
- Greening of the Great Lakes (hosted by Dr. Kirk Heinze)
- The Tom Matt Show
- The Internet Advisor (hosted by Foster Braun, Gary Baker and Ed Rudel)
- Travel Michigan (with Dave Lorenz, and Michelle Grinnell)
- Wild Michigan with Duran Martinez (outdoors show)
- The Grillin' Guys
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