100 WAPI welcomes veteran broadcasters Gary McNamara and Eric Harley as the new hosts of Red Eye Radio. Currently airing on 80 stations, the nationally syndicated program has been hosted since its launch in 2010 by popular on-air personality and Los Angeles Daily News columnist, Doug McIntyre. McNamara and Harley are no strangers to overnight programming having entertained listeners across the country with their show, The Midnight Radio Network, for the past six years.
McNamara’s talk radio career began in 1989 at WJJL Niagara Falls, NY. He has also broadcast from WBEN in Buffalo, WLS in Chicago and KXL in Portland, OR. In 2000 he joined the roster at Dallas/Fort Worth’s WBAP where he served as an afternoon drive personality. In 2005 the station paired him with trucking industry icon and on-air talent Eric Harley to co-host The Midnight Radio Network, which had built a loyal following among late night radio listeners. Prior to hosting the late night syndicated program, Harley served as a producer for the show and also hosted the Pure Gold format for ABC Radio Networks.
“We’re thrilled to be taking up the Red Eye Radio banner to deliver the day’s top stories along with our own blend of ‘regular guy’ perspectives to an even larger audience,” said Harley. “Gary and I love keeping our listeners informed and entertained as they tune in throughout the early morning hours.”