President Barack Obama on Tuesday gets his second high-profile opportunity in less than a month to set the agenda for his second term.
The president views the speech as finishing a thought that began with the Inauguration, aides say, with a deeper focus on job creation and the economy but no shortage of attention to the controversial social issues that top his to-do list.
Reporter Carrie Budoff Brown will talk to Rod at 4:20pm
I've been one of those radio geeks since in my early teens. I always thought the guy on the radio was a really cool guy who knew everyone and everything. My travels have taken me from the snow of upstate New York, to the heat in the heart of Texas, to the majesty of the Pacific Northwest and now back to the Greatest Snow on Earth here in Utah.
I've been very fortunate to work for great companies and very talented people. Besides radio, I spent nearly seven years in television news producing, reporting and anchoring. While the exposure of TV news is nice, radio is what I truly love.
It's my hope that our daily conversation will be both entertaining and informative and end up creating great radio for everyone involved in the show and for people who take time to listen.