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The Daily Wrap from The Wall Street Journal

Michael Castner It's the end of the day, when the crush of news, blogs, tweets and opinions can finally come into focus. Now there's a place where it all comes together with fresh insights, candid opinion and world-class reporting:

The Daily Wrap from The Wall Street Journal
with Michael Castner

The Daily Wrap is talk radio from one of the most-respected brands in media, The Wall Street Journal. Host Michael Castner covers the buzz topics in breaking news, politics, tech, sports, entertainment and more with energy and a positive outlook. He's joined by leading newsmakers, opinion leaders, and more than 2,000 reporters and editors from The Wall Street Journal.

Live from 6p-9p ET, The Daily Wrap from The Wall Street Journal will grab and hold your audience—and provide an attractive new alignment for your high-end advertisers.

Host Michael Castner has a proven track record in:

News: covering the White House for Tribune Broadcasting
TV: hosting for E! Entertainment Channel
Politics: as a U.S. Congressional campaign advisor, Utah Senate Media Advisor
Talk radio: where he doubled morning ratings on New Orleans' WRNO-FM and hosted the innovative Nightside Project for Bonneville

The Daily Wrap from The Wall Street Journal with Michael Castner.

Smart.   Humorous.   Civilized.

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About the Host

Michael Castner

Michael Castner is the host of The Daily Wrap, a nationally-syndicated, news and opinion talk radio show produced by The Wall Street Journal Radio Network. Most recently, Castner was a popular morning radio talk show host in New Orleans, LA on Clear Channel Communication's FM talker, WRNO. He also hosted an afternoon show on their sister station in Baton Rouge, WJBO. Castner was hired by Clear Channel in 2008 after working for Bonneville on its highly innovative evening talk show Nightside Project. The program focused on news, information and talk aimed at a younger demographic. Nightside achieved significant success and was number one among listeners 25-49. The show originated from Salt Lake City on KSL AM & FM, but was also carried by KTAR in Phoenix and Talk Radio 3WT in Washington, DC.

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