1330AM WEBY Northwest Florida's Talk Radio

Bio

Hey, the name's Anthony. Most people know me as A-Dogg. I work in radio. I am the executive producer for 1330 WEBY and also host a show called 'Christian Connections' on Sundays at 6:30am and again at 11:00am with the best variety of Christian music & interviews with artists. Tune in! I probably consider myself very lucky as I have a wonderful family. I don't think I could surround myself with more wonderful people than with my family & friends.

I have lived here in Milton, FL for my entire life though I really love Tennessee. I'm a pretty good guy though I tend to get pretty hyper quite often. I don't drink, smoke, or do drugs. That stuff isn't me and it doesn't turn me on quite honestly. I love God, I find myself turning to him because no matter who I'm around, I know he's always there with me.

Music makes the world go around in my opinion. I like everything, I can turn on a song and adapt it to whatever mood I am in and I love going to concerts (there's nothing better than letting the energy out live with hundreds or thousands of others with you).
 

Heroes/Inspirational People

  • My friends
  • My family
  • God
  • Ladies

Movies/Television

  • Zombieland (by far)
  • Anything on ESPN involving sports
  • Good sitcoms from the 90's era

Hobbies/Interests

  • football
  • kickball
  • basketball
  • music
  • concerts
  • hanging out with my friends AKA home-dogs!

  • Watch Friday's show!

    April 18, 2014

  • Sea lion pup found in orchard

    Up a river without a paddle. That's the situation an adventurous California sea lion found himself after swimming up the San Joaquin River, ending up at Mape's Ranch in Modesto, California, about 100-mile drive from the ocean.

  • Manhunt for Minnesota minister

    Authorities nationwide are searching for a Minnesota minister accused of 59 felony counts of criminal sexual conduct with two young girls while they were members of his church.

  • Did U.S. miss al Qaeda gathering?

    A new video shows what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering of al Qaeda in years. And the CIA and the Pentagon either didn't know about it or couldn't get a drone there in time to strike.

  • Why is there a Mustang there?

    How'd they get a Ford Mustang atop the Empire State Building? CNN's Jeanne Moos goes under the hood to find out.

  • Portland flushes after teen pees in reservoir

    The city of Portland, Oregon, has been forced to dump millions of gallons of drinking water. Why? Because someone urinated into the water reservoir.

  • Far out: Distant planet may sustain life

    It's like finding a needle in a universe-wide haystack. Researchers have located a planet roughly the size of Earth that could be habitable.

  • Dear Chicago, we still love you

    Despite its long list of wrongs, Chicago's residents say there's still a lot that's right with the city.

  • Salsa legend dies in car wreck

    Jose Luis "Cheo" Feliciano, a giant of salsa music and Puerto Rican legend, died in a car crash early Thursday morning in San Juan, police said. He was 78.

  • Boxing keeps kids off Chicago streets

    One woman is keeping Chicago's kids off the streets by teaching them boxing. Chicagoland airs Thursday nights at 10E.

  • Hold still! Golfer tries dangerous shot

    Golfer John Daly gave one lady the thrill of her life when he hit a golf ball off a tee placed in her mouth. Take a look.

  • Americans wary of futuristic tech

    Americans are generally excited about the new technology they expect to see in their lifetimes. But when confronted with some advances that already appear possible -- from skies filled with drones to meat made in a lab -- they get nervous.

  • Interviews for 'world's toughest job'

    A video of fake job interviews has gone viral. HLN's Robin Meade and Lynn Berry take a look.

  • Did U.S. miss al Qaeda confab?

    A new video shows what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering of al Qaeda in years. And the CIA and the Pentagon either didn't know about it or couldn't get a drone there in time to strike.

  • Detroit: Motown to grow-town?

    Detroit was once known as the automobile capital of the world -- a global symbol of modernity and a testament to the power of American capitalism. Can the property sector help it back on the road?

  • Thousands 'age out' of foster care

    Rita Soronen: About 24,000 children each year turn 18 and are "aged out" of foster care; most of them put out alone into the world without a lifeline.

  • 'Common sense' vs. the NRA

    Michael Bloomberg and Shannon Watts say almost all Americans are ready for sensible gun laws, but politicians are cowed by the NRA. Everytown for Gun Safety will challenge the gun lobby and prove the politicians wrong.

  • Blast-ravaged town awaits 'a new normal'

    In the year after a fertilizer explosion shook the small town of West, Texas -- killing 15 and displacing hundreds -- residents have gone to work to rebuild and rally around one another.

  • SAT revamp cuts $5 words

    The days of memorizing arcane, recondite vocabulary words might be ending for high school students who will take a redesigned SAT in two years.

  • Sea lion pup found in orchard

    Up a river without a paddle. That's the situation an adventurous California sea lion found himself after swimming up the San Joaquin River, ending up at Mape's Ranch in Modesto, California, about 100-mile drive from the ocean.

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