DWeiss Head Shot e1430572400115Slice of Life - A daily 2-minute look at those shared experiences and stories that make us smile, make us think, and drive us crazy. David Weiss provides observations on the people, places and things we encounter every day; an offbeat, informative and entertaining 'slice of life'.

An on-air radio veteran of more than 30 years, there is little David Weiss hasn't done in his broadcast career; from his days in Rhode Island and Massachusetts as a news & sports anchor, as well as host of a live matchmaking dating show, to his native Long Island, New York where he hosted a #1-rated morning show for more than 13 years. For 4 years, he was part of the news team as the Weather Anchor on New York's WLNY-TV.

Currently, David can be heard as a weekend news anchor on the nation's top all-news station, 1010 WINS in New York City. Additionally, he is the longtime play-by-play voice of the minor league Long Island Ducks baseball team, as well as the editor of metro New York's "Golfing Magazine." Wherever David's career has taken him, he's been active in the community, emceeing charity functions and getting involved in an array of efforts. As an avid golfer, he's been known as the "King of the Charity Golf Outing". That experience, among others, enables David to bring his unique perspective to the airwaves every day. For nearly a decade, David has hosted and produced daily syndicated features heard across the country. David, his wife, two daughters, two cats and a Shih Tzu/Bichon Frise rescue named Barkley live on Long Island, New York.

The Federalist Radio features conversations on culture, religion, and politics with the editors and writers of The Federalist, a website with monthly readership of over 3 Million. Hosted by Ben Domenech, a regular Fox News and MSNBC guest, the show takes on controversies in America from a contrarian point of view.


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