John began his career at WOR as a Staff Announcer in 1978 and that same year became host of WOR Weekend (1978-1981). His other shows on WOR included: Host, Good Afternoon NY (1981-1985), Co-host Rambling with Gambling (with his father, John A. Gambling, 1985-1990), and Host, Rambling with Gambling 1990-2000. From 2001-2008, John was host of The John Gambling Show on WABC/New York, where he welcomed New York City Mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg to the show every Friday. After graduating from Boston University with a BS in Communications, John began his career in 1973 as a Research and Promotion Director at WROR in Boston. He was Program Director of WAXY/Ft. Lauderdale (1974-1976), Operation Director/Program Director of WHPN-WHVW/Hyde Park, NY and Morning Host at WHVW (1976-1978). John lives on Long Island with his wife, Wendy. He has three children: twins Andrew and Bradley, age 27 and William, age 23.
Joe brings warmth and personality while delivering the news with credibility and authority. He has won numerous awards for his reporting. Among the awards are: the 1999 Associated Press Best Feature Award, the New York State Broadcasters Best Feature Award for ‘New York Noise’, The New York Press Club Gold Typewriter Award, and the Society of Professional Journalists Deadline Award for public service. He has also won Best Newscast and Best Spot News Coverage awards from both the Associated Press and New York State Broadcasters Association.
JJ got her start as a radio DJ at WBLS-FM in the hey day of disco before hosting at NY Country Kick FM, WNEW AM...the "Big W" spinning big band and standards. For 19 years, she was host of “Lite at Nite” at New York’s LiteFM. JJ is also a licensed NY State Marriage and Family Therapist with a thriving practice. She is married to Charlie, a retired Metro North Train Engineer. Her proudest achievement is her son, Matthew, who graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2008.
Joe Neumaier, film critic and film editor at the New York Daily News, has been a journalist and critic in New York for over 20 years. His writing on movies and Hollywood has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, the New York Times, the New York Post, the London Observer, the Washington Post, USA Today Weekend, Hamptons magazine and the Financial Times.com, among others. He's appeared on MSNBC, Channel 2's Sunday Morning, Fox 5's Good Day New York, WPIX-11, CNN, VH1, CNBC, A&E Biography and Access Hollywood.
Westchester Assemblyman Steve Katz attempted to speak out against Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Albany's alleged sexual harassment cover up on Thursday, but was silenced when he allegedly had his microphone shut off.
The Assembly was discussing a new 10-point women's agenda which would give women more rights and protections when Katz tried to talk about Silver's lack of action when it came to sexual harassment allegations against former Assemblyman Vito Lopez. Unfortunately, Katz couldn’t continue because his microphone was turned off.
Katz criticized Silver on “The John Gambling Show” Friday morning calling him the "number one enabler of sexual harassment in the work place.” Katz also ripped female Assembly members for not speaking up against Silver. "The silence of the women of this Assembly is one of the disgraces I am subjected to every day," Katz exclaimed on WOR 710. "How these women can talk about the rights of women, the discrimination against women, and at the same time allow this man (Sheldon Silver) with a 12-year history of being an enabler of sexual harassers, of alleged rapists, and the creation of an intolerable working environment for many of the interns and for the women themselves is absolutely appalling to me. I don't know how they can look themselves in the face."
Listen below to Katz’s passionate response to being cut off on the Assembly floor.