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Behind The Scenes


Quiet down you guys. I’m on the air and on a rant. So tone it down.

Jim and WRNO Program Director Bob Christopher, who has been an instutition in New Orleans radio for a number of years.

Amanda Cespedes was the producer of the Jim Brown Program, lining up the guests and did her dead level best to keep Jim focused and organized a really tough job. She has moved on to new media opportunities in Chicago.

Jim is pictured with long time New Orleans radio personality Andre Travigne

Jim gets “fired up” on the show.

marchand-photos-015.jpgChris Tidmore has been a long time friend and was a news reporter at WRNO.  He now has hois own show on another New Orleans station. 

Amy Kirk was the producer of �Jim Brown in the Morning� and had the really difficult job of booking my daily guests, and keeping me posted on the hot topics my listeners wanted to hear.

cimg0152.JPGWhen you listened to our news on WRNO, you often heard a reporter, Mickey Tear, who was our beat reporter. Mickey was all over the city, whatever the weather and did a first rate job.

cimg0151.JPGHelping me get ready for my daily show back in 2007 was Assistant program director, Jeremy Poursine (forefront) and my engineer sitting down, Jeff Chappuis, all at WRNO in New Orleans.

cimg0149.JPG The Rob and Bo show used to begin morning talk at 5am. Rob Couhig (left) and Bo Walker (right) warmed up the crowd for me before I hit the airwaves at 8 am a few years back on WRNO.

cimg0159.JPG To keep out of traffic jams, I relied on my buddy, Ray Ramero, who stillgives morning traffic each day on WRNO. Ray has been in radio for more than 20 years, and we worked well together.



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