GROUND ZERO 15th YEAR ANNIVERSARY

April 1st 2010 is Ground Zero’s 15th Anniversary.  On this date in 1995 “The Loud Speaker Spoke up and said GROUND ZERO” on Am 1320 KCNR.  The show has been around in several forms and was a pioneer in the paranormal/conspiracy genre.  Ground Zero aired with shows like SIGHTINGS with JEFF RENSE, PARANET CONTINUUM with MICHAEL CORBIN and DREAMLAND WITH ART BELL.  It was the first FM Paranormal Talk show to air in primetime and was the most popular show in Salt Lake City from 1996- 1998.  It was syndicated in 2000 by NBG RADIO.  It aired across the country and was very popular on Chicago’s WAUR 930 AM.

After the Attacks of September 11th, 2001 Ground Zero has been asked several times to change its name. However it has remained a solid name and a prophetic and powerful source for underground information.  Ground Zero was off of commercial radio for two years and focused on Internet production and Micro FM broadcasting. The show became a staple on pirate stations and low power FM’s.  In 2007 Talk Host Clyde Lewis was stricken with renal cell carcinoma in both kidneys.

However while recovering from two painful surgeries he continued to produce shows for IDEOCAST RADIO in Sand Diego and KROCKS ZERO POINT RADIO.  Before he was hospitalized Clyde Appeared in what he thought would be his last film.  The Film is called WORDSPEAKER.  This film is a love letter to his fans and supporters.

This film will be shown at the CANNES Film FESTIVAL and the SCI-FI FILM FESTIVAL IN LONDON.  As a special to Ground Zero Listeners here is the Film in its entirety to view.

Click to watch: http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi1856700953/

Clyde now is now healthy and happy and is back on FM radio with Ground Zero on KUFO 101.1 FM Portland Sunday’s from 10:00 PM till Midnight. You can get Classic GROUND ZERO SHOWS from the Ground Zero Archives for only $1.00 a download. Be watching this site for offers on CLASSIC GROUND ZERO SHOWS SOON!

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