Breaking: Radio Personality Dale Jackson to Host New Yellowhammer TV Program
Yellowhammer Multimedia is pleased to announce a new daily television show, Yellowhammer TV Live with Dale Jackson. The new show will air live starting tomorrow—Tuesday, July 11, from 5:00-5:30 am on ZTV 11 in Athens, Alabama. Each day, the show will also be posted on Yellowhammer TV.com at 1:00 pm.
Most Yellowhammer readers will recognize the name, Dale Jackson, as he hosts one of the most popular radio talk shows in Alabama—The Dale Jackson Shows on WVNN from 7-11 weekday mornings.
On Yellowhammer TV Live with Dale Jackson, Dale will cover a wide range of Alabama-specific news and political issues, as well as some stories of national interest. The show will consist of Dale and a rotation of guest panelists in a roundtable format similar to The Five on Fox News, hosted by Greg Gutfeld.
The show’s guest panelists will range from astronauts to college professors, providing viewers with a diverse take on the most relevant topics of the day.
“I’m excited to host this Yellowhammer program because it will cover the topics our viewers care about and in a way that’s interesting and entertaining,” Jackson said. “One thing I can assure you is, just like my radio program, this show will not be dull.”
Jamie Cooper, the owner of ZTV 11, concurred. “Dale’s dynamic personality and his uncanny ability to cut the crux of the issues will make this show great. With a unique Alabama spin, this is a program that viewers across the state will not want to miss.”
Dale Jackson grew up near Panama City, Florida and left his hometown to join the U.S. Army. After the Army, he began his radio career in 2003 while attending the University of Florida with “The Attack Machine,” a weekly program on WSKY in Gainesville. Known for his relentless authenticity and unapologetic humor, Dale made a name for himself in the swampland before coming to Huntsville in 2007. Dale has been nationally recognized as a multi-time Talkers Magazine Top Talker and had a resolution passed in the Alabama Legislature honoring his commitment to local issues.
As Yellowhammer Multimedia CEO Brian Ellis said, “Yellowhammer has forged a reputation of providing honest news and a conservative editorial voice the people of Alabama have come to rely upon. Dale fits that mold and we’re excited to partner with him because this show will not only keep our followers informed, it’s keen analysis and edgy commentary will hold their attention in a way that only Dale Jackson can.”
You can follow Dale on Twitter @theDaleJackson