Jayde Donovan is a radio and television personality and current host of the daily morning show, "Mornings with Jayde" on Hot 101.5 in Tampa, FL. The former Access Hollywood contributor has led an exciting and varied career, starting with Clear Channel LA, where she passed out bumper stickers and solicited celebrity audio on the red carpet, all the way to Executive Producer of The Craig Shoemaker Show. Soon, she found herself as the co-host of Orlando XL 106.7’s Johnny and Jayde in the Morning. In 2010, Jayde beat out 150,000 women for the opportunity to replace Kelly Ripa for one show of LIVE with Regis and Kelly. She then hosted Love Calling on Bravo, until she joined the crew of Access Hollywood.
Donovan enjoys giving back to the community, and launched the Apple A Day Program with the Give Hope Foundation. The program is designed to provide support to children and families in Central Florida who are battling childhood cancer and have a unique combination of medical, emotional,...
Host of ESPN's Emmy Award winning football program, College GameDay. Fowler was voted along with his College GameDay peers as the "Most Powerful Media Personalities in Sports" by the Sports News magazine. As host of ESPN Classic's SportsCentury, he won two sports Emmy awards.
Kristina Guerrero is no stranger to overcoming obstacles, and her resiliency has led her to become one of the most prominent entertainment hosts in the industry today. As correspondent and fill-in anchor for “E! News” on E! Entertainment, Guerrero has dazzled audiences with her charming on-air personality, making her one of the most well-known entertainment personalities in the business, along with the distinction of being the first Latina host of “E! News.”
The daughter of migrant workers, Guerrero spent much of her up-bringing moving from homeless shelter to domestic abuse shelters with her mother and four siblings. After graduating from USC, Guerrero broke into the industry by landing a position as co-host of “The Rub”, a relationship talk show, on SiTV network. She went on to become a guest correspondent for “Access Hollywood,” a position that saw her interviewing the likes of Jim Carrey and Kirk Douglas.
With her success today, Guerrero has not forgotten about her roots, and...
Regularly entertaining medical professionals with the skills of a professional comedian and the experience of a medical doctor, Dr. Matt Iseman finds humor in an industry that too often forgets the importance of laughter. An honors graduate of Princeton University and the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Iseman combines an energetic, charismatic stage presence with incisive material, and skewers topics from lunchtime conferences on morbidity and mortality to "pager duels" to malpractice woes. Always hilarious and ever respectful of the profession, he has performed for hospital meetings, medical conferences and pharmaceutical company events from coast to coast, reminding healthcare professionals that, while laughter may not cure diseases, it can make them a little less painful. Audiences may recognize Dr. Iseman as the host of "American Ninja Warrior," the ultimate obstacle course show airing on G4 and NBC. He's the voice of “Dumbest Stuff on Wheels,” the #1 show on the...
With a sharp sense of humor and pointed wit rivaling anyone in the industry, Ana Kasparian has captivated viewers as co-host and producer of the online news show “The Young Turks,” (TYT) a show covering politics, pop culture and lifestyle. Her bold and intelligent style has transformed her into a favorite of millions, while playing a vital part to the astronomical rise of TYT, the largest online news show in the world.Since beginning her role with the network as a fill-in producer in 2007, Kasparian has continually climbed through the ranks, eventually culminating in her position today as co-host. Additionally, she serves as producer and contributor for Current TV, one of the channels in which TYT is broadcast. During her tenure, the show has been honored for a variety of different accolades, including the 2011 People’s Voice Webby Award for “Best News & Political Series” as well as the 2009 “Best Political News Site” award. Her arrival to the channel also coincided with its immense...
Debbie Matenopoulos has consistently proven herself to be a versatile talent in the entertainment industry. After graduating from New York University with a degree in journalism, Matenopoulos started her career on Good Day Live before she became a part of the E! Netowrk family. For over 10 years, this two-time Emmy Award nominee has successfully sustained her career as a compelling journalist, talk show host and actress. Matenopoulos currently holds hosting positions on both E! and the Style Network. Known for her her quick-wit and keen journalistic skills, Matenopoulos continues to contribute to some of E! Network's other popular programs. In addition to her regular hosting positions, Matenopoulos also hosts the top-rated show Fashion Police.
Tony Potts has been a television personality since the mid-1990's, most recently serving as host on NBC's Access Hollywood. Potts has also been featured on CSI: Miami, Larry King Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Dancing with the Stars, and many more. He was even asked to appear in Mel Gibson's film, Ransom.
Potts has won an Emmy Award for feature reporting as well as two Associated Press Awards. He has also participated in the 2007 and 2008 NBA Celebrity All-Star Games. Potts is currently the national spokesperson for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children's Cancer and continues to be one of their biggest supporters.
Dave Price was the weather anchor for CBS's The Early Show for eight years and covered major weather events for the CBS Evening News. In addition to meteorology and reporting on-site from natural disasters, he has traveled throughout the country and around the globe bringing amazing stories to millions of viewers.
Dave has had a first-person view of some of the most momentous events of our time. He was in New York City, on-air, as the first tragic moments of September 11 unfolded. He was one of the few reporters who spent the night enduring Hurricane Katrina inside the Superdome in New Orleans with the people he was covering. He also covered the earthquake in Haiti in 2010 and the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico for the network. He's been on the front lines of the war on terror in Afghanistan and has been through Iraq seven times (including the night Saddam Hussein was executed).
On more pleasant occasions, he has been at the center of the action for Inaugurations, Super Bowls,...
Mark Walberg is a television and game show host with incredible accolades. He has hosted The Moment of Truth, Shop ‘til You Drop, Temptation Island, and Russian Roulette. He is currently the host of PBS’s Antiques Roadshow, of which he admitted he was previously a fan. He turned his popularity on camera into success behind the lens, as a producer for Sunday Dinner, the first original series for the Odyssey Network. Walberg is strongly devoted to creating opportunities for young people, and has recently completed production on a feature-length documentary about The Young Americans, a musical performance youth group that tours the world offering music workshops in underserved schools. He is also currently on the Board of Directors of Goodwill of Southern California, which is instrumental in providing hope and new futures for people in need.
Don Wildman’s trademark of expert adventurer has been developed through his many years of hosting unique, adventure television programs. Through these shows, he takes people places that may have been previously unexplored. On the History Channel, he hosted Cities of the Underworld from 2007-2009 and is the host of the Travel Channel’s new show Off Limits, where he takes part in dangerous, hands on and extreme explorations that unlock secrets about cities and towns his audiences are otherwise familiar with. He has also hosted The Incurables on Veria from 2007-2008, Weird Travels on The Travel Channel from 2003-2005, and Men’s Journal on ESPN.