Scared Monkeys Radio

For over a decade, Dana Pretzer has been doing his own brand of unique, entertaining, informed and refreshing style of talk radio. Talk radio where he allows the guest to talk, answer questions and inform the listeners on the important news stories of the day. Dana refers to it as "Main Street Media." We like to refer to it as a welcome and appreciated change.

Dana Pretzer brings his energetic yet relaxed demeanor and his well prepared yet spontaneous style of interviews to Scared Monkeys. Along with some of the biggest and most high-profile guests in the news today. Dana also brings a background in satellite radio and over 20 years in law enforcement. That, coupled with his relaxed yet professional and focused demeanor, makes him a natural behind the SMR microphone.

Dana and Scared Monkeys Radio focuses on Missing Persons, Unsolved Mysteries, Victims Rights, Politics, Crime & Punishment, Exploited Children, Entertainment, Technology and whatever the breaking and relevant stories are of the day. The stories that people want to talk about and hear.
Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Friday, September 14, 2007 – Celebrity News Shouldn’t Overshadow Real-Life Needs
September 14th, 2007 Daily Commentary, Podcasts

  • Dana comments on the mainstream media’s responsibility to report cases and the difference that can be made in the lives of those in need by simply relaying accurate information.

Comment from LilPuma September 16, 2007, 7:25 pm

While stories about the meltdown of people like Lindsay, Paris, Brittany and others are newsworthy, the extent of coverage on news stations has become irresponsible for exactly the reasons Dana states. They say their ratings go up when they cover these things. I say leave those ratings to the tabloid shows and start giving us real news, investigative reports and intelligent commentary by hosts and guests. I don’t need to hear the opinion of 4 guests including 2 former prosecutors, one former detective and a former defense attorney talk about a case they’re not that famililar with. Mark Fuhrman tells us about investigative techniques and procedures, Wendy Murphy adds her experience as a prosecutor, O’Reilly gives equal time to Dem and Rep analysts. Some of the panelists add insights, but some are a waste of time. Oh, and one is now hosting a kitchen design show on HGTV. :-)

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