Will Roberts’ Weekly Telegram Radio Show
Will Roberts’ Weekly Telegram as a political variety radio show strives to bring disparate and often refreshingly unusual viewpoints that can be respectfully shared and explored.
“All I ever knew I read in the newspaper” was not only a famous Will Rogers quote but also the honest truth. Rogers scoured any and all newsprint he could get his hands on, which made for some incredible viewpoints. Will Roberts has updated that quote, “All I ever knew I read on the Internet.” With millions of news events being sent to the web, Will is sure to never run out of things to say.
In a world where talk radio has become talk at you radio, Will is embarking on a territory that has not been touched in a long time, the world of communication. People talking to each other.
Will Roberts is an internationally renowned performer and speaker known for his high-energy and insightful content spiked with humor. He prides himself on bringing back the common sense and simplicity of America. As a Cirque du Soleil artist on the Las Vegas Strip, business owner, social media and networking consultant, author, television segment host, and certified performance coach Will truly lives by his word and passionately practices his own Simple Sense advice.
A weekly segment on PBS TV – Will Roberts Weekly Telegram (TV)
Will is a professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
Listen to Will Roberts’ Weekly Telegram live each Saturday at 6 p.m. E.T. on WeActRadio.com or on 1480 AM out of Washington, D.C.
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