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  • 00:22

    Player Spotlight: Neal Sterling, Monmouth

    in Sports

    Monmouth University all-time leading receiver Neal Sterling joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout in front of 19 NFL scouts in attendance. Standing in at 6'4 and 238 pounds, teams were impressed with his ability to separate from defenders during practice week at the College Gridiron Showcase. Recently, Sterling had workouts with the New York Giants and Jets, he has also been linked to the Houston Texans. On this episode, the New Jersey native joins host Ric Serritella to discuss some upcoming NFL visits, his path to the draft and more. Be sure to click 'SUBSCRIBE' for more football podcasts and follow us on Twitter @NFLDraftBible

  • 00:29

    Episode 28 Pat O'Hara DE Monmouth University

    in Football

    On tonight's 28th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest Pat O'Hara who plays defensive end at Monmouth University. When watching his film he shows a great motor and a quick burst off the line. Has outstanding energy and chases down ballcarrier or Qb is on the ground. He's well-respected by teammates and staff alike being named captain twice during his tenure at Monmouth.


    6'4 255


    DE


    4 year starter at DE


    2013-2014 team captain


    44 games started


     All-conference selection


    CFPA defensive line watchlist 


     Vince Lombardi award defense


    FCS national bowl all-star


    Follow him on Twitter and support him on his journey @pohara_87


     

  • 00:06

    Player Spotlight: Julian Hayes, Monmouth

    in Sports

    Small school sleeper Julian Hayes bring all the intangibles to the running back position. He joins host Ric Serritella on the NFL Draft bible pLayer Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout at Yale University and his prepartion for the 2015 NFL Draft. 

  • 00:19

    NFL Neal Sterling WR Monmouth/NFL Draft Prospect

    in Football

    NFL Draft Prospect


    Neal Sterling


    6'3/239


    WR


    Monmouth


    Sterling an invitee to the Gridiron Showcase was the surprise receiver of the game. The small-school prospect rised above the other players from large FBS schools to establish himself as one of the more interesting kids to follow through the NFL Draft process. 


    His combination of size and ability helped him man handle defensive backs and he showed a great knack for adjusted to the ball for a catch. Especially for a player his size. 


    Join host Bo Marchionte and special guet Neal Sterling on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. 


     


     


    His 

  • 00:14
  • 00:13

    NFL Pro Day Rewind: March 9th - 10th

    in Football

    Pro day recaps include: UCLA, Arizona, Kansas State, Kent State, Tulsa, Tennessee State, Harvard, Monmouth, Montana, UAB, Samford, Grand Valley State, Northern Arizona, Army

  • 01:59

    Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Lauren Parks: End DV and Sexual Assault

    in Current Events

    Join Talk with Tenney on April 22, 2015 from 9-11 PM Eastern for an exciting and informative conversation with Lauren Parks on surviving and ending domestic violence and sexual assault.


    Lauren Parks is a social work graduate student at Monmouth university. Her life's work has been dedicated to aiding and assisting victims of violence, specifically, domestic violence and sexual assault. Through her own personal experience with teen dating violence, Lauren has been able to use that negative experience to advocate for victims everywhere. Lauren currently serves as a rape survivor advocate through safe horizon community program and also leads an empowerment group for female victims in Staten Island. Lauren has plans of developing a center for victims that would be dedicated to more long term after care.


    Lines will be open for you to call in and be part of the program (267)521-0167

  • 00:31

    Carlos M. Rodriguez - FoodBank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties

    in Radio

    One out of ten people living in Monmouth and Ocean Counties receives food from The FoodBank which distributes approx 7 million pounds annually through a network of 260 programs. The FoodBank’s programs aim to eliminate hunger by providing emergency food, skills training, outreach programs, and advocacy for needy families. Since Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore, The FoodBank has been providing relief to our local communities.They distributed food for 1 million meals in the first month after the storm. They provided food for hot meals prepared by emergency feeding programs for displaced residents in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Their Culinary Kitchen prepared meals daily for churches and civic organizations serving storm ravaged communities.
    The monumental task of alleviating hunger is lead by Carlos M. Rodriguez, Executive Director of the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Carlos has15 years of experience improving policies and delivery of services to those in need. He advocates integrating food distribution, income supports, and nutrition education. From the South Bronx, he has an understanding of poverty and an appreciation of the impact human services have on families. The FoodBank began in 1984 when people saw hunger at the Jersey Shore and decided to make a difference. Now Carlos is making a difference. Under his leadership, earned income tax services, SNAP training, and Kids Cafe programs were recognized with the Award of Excellence from Associations Advance America, Victory Against Hunger Award and Award for Excellence from Feeding America, respectively. In 2011 Carlos received LATINO Magazine’s RAYOS Award, “rays of light”. After the interview, go to After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.

  • 03:00

    Al Fink's Monday Local Live Music Talk Show 5p - 8p ET Full Show!

    in Entertainment

    Well the artists are back from the IBC. This week we are going to ask them to tell the story.


    We will be on the air at 5 PM Eastern for segment # 1 


    Al Fink's will do his monologue at 5.


    At 5:15 ET Dawn Dyer  will give us the Mid West Report


    We will be on the Monmouth and Ocean County NJ beat from  5.25-6p


    Then in the 6 O'Clock hour we will swing to the Atlanta beat .


    At 7 we will play the archive from the Blue Moon of Bob's getaway party to the IBC.


    You can't miss this one, all of our Ocean and Monmouth County Friends


    have been invited.


    Be with us at 7:30 to welcome Bob and the Band home from the IBC.


    We are sure that he will have some stories to sharel from his fun in Memphis. 


    We will then pick up at 8 PM Eastern for episode # 2.


    Tune in @ 5pm - 10pm Eastern. Monday Through Sunday.


    To listen to or join the show call 347-637-1611. 5-10pm Mon-Sun
    To listen to the show on the internet www.BNCLive.com
    Don't forget
    All Shows are Archived and Available FREE on www.BNCLive.com 24/7

  • 03:01

    Al Fink's Friday Live Music Talk Show. 01/16/2015

    in Entertainment

    Tonight's show will be visiting with several artists at their gigs.


    Dick Gratton at Chambers Walk in Lawrenceville NJ.


    C.O.A.L G at Baker's Water Steert Grill in Toms River NJ.


    We will get a peek into Vicki Dee's Happy Hour @ The Frogg Pond in Rehobeth Beach, Delaware.


    We will have The Monmouth County Live Music Report from Sondra  of the VyntEdge Rock And Roll Band.


    We will have a visit to Harry's Lobster House in Sea Bright NJ to see how things are going over there.


    We have a Live Blues set tonight  featuring 2 Blue from Springfield, Missouri. 2 Blue is on their way to IBC. Please support them.


    Other guests may also pop in. Margaret is still at it!


    To listen or participate on www.BNCLive.com, Live Local Music Talk Show, tune in @ 7pm - 10pm Eastern.


    To listen to or join the show call 347-637-1611.
    To listen to the show on the internet www.BNCLive.com


    Don't forget
    All Show Archives Available FREE www.BNCLive.comr
    Before you head out, check www.BandsAndClubs.com
    Please don't Drive Buzzed!!!

  • 01:31

    Will You Know Broadband Success When You See It?

    in Internet

    A big majority of the hundreds of citywide and partial-reach broadband networks are celebrated successes by their stakeholders, businesses and residential subscribers, disproving critics who wrongly claim all public-owned networks are failures. Interviews live from the Kansas City Gigabit Summit reveal what it means to have a winning community broadband network.


    Delegates from eight of the communities sharing their success stories with Summit attendees join us to give listeners insights to setting and meeting broadband goals. It is important to understand that, unlike private service providers, "return on investment" (ROI) is very different for communities focused on using broadband to improve economic development, transform healthcare delivery and otherwise serve the public good. 


    Guests, including those representing Winthrop, MN, Chattanooga and Jackson, TN, Monmouth, OR and Salisbury, NC, also discuss how they funded their networks, and offer advice for meeting the money challenge as opportunities and financing options evolve. One of the several strengths public entities have over private companies is the ability to repay debt over 20 or 25 years rather than being driven to meet stockholder needs for quick returns.    


    The Gigabit Summit is a national gathering of cities with broadband networks that are educating, helping and encouraging cities just beginning their broadband journeys. Kansas City, Kansas and Missouri are the proud hosts and gigabit showcase cities kicking off 2015 with the first big broadband educational conference of the year.