David Stein (radio host)

David Stein (radio host)

David Stein is the host of The David Stein Show, although it is referred to by Stein as "A Celebration of Life".[1] The show focuses on "paying it forward", random acts of kindness and encourages its listeners to "get off the bench and onto the court" with inspirational stories from the world of sports and from other callers. Stein begins each call by asking, "What is good in your life?".

Staples of Stein's show include encouraging listeners to perform a weekly "Random Act of Kindness", "Pep Talk Friday" and the "Pep Talk Hall of Fame", where Stein plays pep talks given mostly by sports coaches.

Stein proudly cheers for and frequently talks about the Clemson Tigers. He also frequently discusses his cats and the phenomena of daily life. He sometimes links topics by saying, "anyhoodles".

Stein, who grew up in Philadelphia, spent 5 years on Sporting News Radio from 2006-April 1, 2011 hosting the overnight show titled: "A Celebration of Life Through Sports." Before that, Stein was a morning show host at Fox Sports Radio.

On April 4, 2011 Stein began a new show which focused on general talk with a positive outlook.[2] However this incarnation of the show ended on May 26, 2011; Stein cited a loss of financial backing for the program and reported he was looking into other options to continue the show, including finding new sponsors and a possible move to the podcasting format.[3]


  1. ^ [http://blackcardradio.com/?p=210 Black Card Radio
  2. ^ http://radiosyndicationtalk.com/2011/02/15/david-stein-plays-the-black-card-with-new-show/ David Stein Plays The Black Card With New Show
  3. ^ http://boards.radio-info.com/smf/index.php?topic=188902.msg1689202#msg1689202 New TTK Overnight Program

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