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Ms. Barbara Simpson

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Talk Radio KSFO 560 AM
ksfo.fimc.net, 25 Feb 2012 [cached]
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Barbara Simpson Call in number: (415)-808-5600
Barbara Simpson is a media mainstay in radio, television and newspaper work in the Bay Area and Los Angeles . Barbara, "The Babe in the Bunker," is on KSFO Saturdays and Sundays, 4-7 p.m. and on occasional weekdays.
Nationally, Barbara Simpson was weekend host on Coast-to-Coast AM -- The Art Bell Program, as well as doing weekday fill-in for Coast. Simpson also wrote, produced and hosted daily environmental reports for CBS Network Radio.
Simpson was distinguished in television news. She anchored 'The 10 O'clock News' on KTVU-Channel 2, Oakland for nine years, winning two Emmys and hosted the original '2 at Noon' KTVU program for two years. As anchor, she launched the evening news at KOFY-TV 20/S.F. and moderated a town hall for KQED TV in S.F. In L.A. , Barbara anchored the nightly, MetroNews for KTTV-Channel 11. She also co-hosted/produced weekly investigative news reports and hour long, monthly news specials. For KNXT (now KCBS-TV), she field reported, was a school busing trial specialist and was program host and occasional evening news anchor. For KABC-TV, she guest hosted 'Good Morning L.A.'
In L.A., Simpson did talk radio for KABC and specialty reports for KFI. In San Francisco , she had talk shows on KCBS and KGO and now, KSFO.
Barbara writes a Monday commentary for worldnetdaily.com - - all her columns are in the wnd.com archive. She's written political/social commentaries for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Contra Costa Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union Tribune, Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis News.
Among many honors: the 2007 Golden Microphone-Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Eagle Forum of California; the "Golden Medallion," California State Bar, for TV reports; "TV Woman of the Year," NoCa, American Women in Radio and Television and Kudo Award for her KSFO program. Barbara has also been honored by the National Commission on Working Women, Peninsula Press Club, Oakland Business and Professional Women and B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
As Public Relations Director for The Cousteau Society, Simpson worked with Captain Jacques Cousteau, coordinating media and a worldwide petition campaign.
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You name it, Simpson talks - - from gun control (an excellent markswoman) to education (taught at
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KSFO-AM
www.ksfo.com, 17 Oct 2012 [cached]
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Barbara Simpson is a media mainstay in radio, television and newspaper work in the Bay Area and Los Angeles . Barbara, "The Babe in the Bunker," is on KSFO Saturdays and Sundays, 4-7 p.m. and on occasional weekdays.
Nationally, Barbara Simpson was weekend host on Coast-to-Coast AM -- The Art Bell Program, as well as doing weekday fill-in for Coast. Simpson also wrote, produced and hosted daily environmental reports for CBS Network Radio.
Simpson was distinguished in television news. She anchored 'The 10 O'clock News' on KTVU-Channel 2, Oakland for nine years, winning two Emmys and hosted the original '2 at Noon' KTVU program for two years. As anchor, she launched the evening news at KOFY-TV 20/S.F. and moderated a town hall for KQED TV in S.F. In L.A. , Barbara anchored the nightly, MetroNews for KTTV-Channel 11. She also co-hosted/produced weekly investigative news reports and hour long, monthly news specials. For KNXT (now KCBS-TV), she field reported, was a school busing trial specialist and was program host and occasional evening news anchor. For KABC-TV, she guest hosted 'Good Morning L.A.'
In L.A., Simpson did talk radio for KABC and specialty reports for KFI. In San Francisco , she had talk shows on KCBS and KGO and now, KSFO.
Barbara writes a Monday commentary for worldnetdaily.com - - all her columns are in the wnd.com archive. She's written political/social commentaries for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Contra Costa Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union Tribune, Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis News.
Among many honors: the 2007 Golden Microphone-Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Eagle Forum of California; the "Golden Medallion," California State Bar, for TV reports; "TV Woman of the Year," NoCa, American Women in Radio and Television and Kudo Award for her KSFO program. Barbara has also been honored by the National Commission on Working Women, Peninsula Press Club, Oakland Business and Professional Women and B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
As Public Relations Director for The Cousteau Society, Simpson worked with Captain Jacques Cousteau, coordinating media and a worldwide petition campaign.
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You name it, Simpson talks - - from gun control (an excellent markswoman) to education (taught at Michigan
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OPEN LINES - An eye witness to the Chevron refinery fire joins the program to say we might not know the full story about what happened that day. He works at a nearby Denny's, and saw something similar to a mushroom cloud in the early morning hours.
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Talk Radio KSFO 560 AM
www.ksfo560.com, 5 Oct 2011 [cached]
Barbara Simpson
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Barbara Simpson Call in number: (415)-808-5600
Barbara Simpson is a media mainstay in radio, television and newspaper work in the Bay Area and Los Angeles . Barbara, "The Babe in the Bunker," is on KSFO Saturdays and Sundays, 4-7 p.m. and on occasional weekdays.
Nationally, Barbara Simpson was weekend host on Coast-to-Coast AM -- The Art Bell Program, as well as doing weekday fill-in for Coast. Simpson also wrote, produced and hosted daily environmental reports for CBS Network Radio.
Simpson was distinguished in television news. She anchored 'The 10 O'clock News' on KTVU-Channel 2, Oakland for nine years, winning two Emmys and hosted the original '2 at Noon' KTVU program for two years. As anchor, she launched the evening news at KOFY-TV 20/S.F. and moderated a town hall for KQED TV in S.F. In L.A. , Barbara anchored the nightly, MetroNews for KTTV-Channel 11. She also co-hosted/produced weekly investigative news reports and hour long, monthly news specials. For KNXT (now KCBS-TV), she field reported, was a school busing trial specialist and was program host and occasional evening news anchor. For KABC-TV, she guest hosted 'Good Morning L.A.'
In L.A., Simpson did talk radio for KABC and specialty reports for KFI. In San Francisco , she had talk shows on KCBS and KGO and now, KSFO.
Barbara writes a Monday commentary for worldnetdaily.com - - all her columns are in the wnd.com archive. She's written political/social commentaries for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Contra Costa Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union Tribune, Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis News.
Among many honors: the 2007 Golden Microphone-Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Eagle Forum of California; the "Golden Medallion," California State Bar, for TV reports; "TV Woman of the Year," NoCa, American Women in Radio and Television and Kudo Award for her KSFO program. Barbara has also been honored by the National Commission on Working Women, Peninsula Press Club, Oakland Business and Professional Women and B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
As Public Relations Director for The Cousteau Society, Simpson worked with Captain Jacques Cousteau, coordinating media and a worldwide petition campaign.
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You name it, Simpson talks - - from gun control (an excellent markswoman) to education (taught at
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Send E-mail to Barbara Simpson
Talk Radio KSFO 560 AM
www.ksfo.org, 26 Dec 2009 [cached]
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Are so-called "Smart Meters" not so smart? Are consumers in for a nasy surprise when they see their PG&E bills after this mandatory "upgrade"? Listen to Barbara's program on the subject
Barbara Simpson
Call in number: (415)(510)(408)(707)-808-5600
To say Barbara Simpson is a well-known San Francisco radio and television personality is a gross understatement. To date, Barbara has had a 20-year radio, television and newspaper career in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.
Currently, Barbara, "The Babe in the Bunker," is on KSFO Saturdays and Sundays with frequent weekday fill-in appearances. She has also hosted the Saturday night/Sunday morning Coast to Coast AM -- The Art Bell Program.
As a television newsperson, Ms. Simpson anchored The 10 O'clock News on KTVU-Channel 2/Oakland for nine years, winning two Emmys in the process. For two years she anchored the original 2 at Noon show on KTVU and moderated a town hall program for KQED TV/Public Television in San Francisco. As anchor, she helped launch the evening news at KOFY-TV 20/San Francisco.
In Los Angeles, Barbara Simpson anchored the 10PM News and did investigative reporting for KTTV-Channel 11. She then moved to KNXT (now KCBS-TV), where she was a field reporter and specialist covering the school busing trial as well as a program host and news anchor. She also guest hosted on GOOD MORNING L.A. for KABC-TV.
Her work in LA included radio as well, as a talk show host and specialty reporter for KABC and KFI. Barbara Simpson wrote, produced and hosted daily environmental reports for CBS Network Radio.
Her columns on political/social issues have been appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Contra Costa Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union Tribune, Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis News. Barbara Simpson also writes a weekly column for World Net Daily.Com which runs every Monday. All of her columns are available in the World Net Daily.Com archive.
Among her many professional honors, she won the 2007 Excellence in Media Broadcasting Award from the Eagle Forum of California, the "Golden Medallion" from the California State Bar for her TV work. She was named "Woman of the Year" in TV by the Northern California Chapter of the American Women in Radio and Television, as well as a Kudo Award for her KSFO talk radio program. She has also been honored by the National Commission on Working Women, the Peninsula Press Club, Oakland Business and Professional Women and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Barbara Simpson works to make a difference in a variety of arenas. As Public Relations Director for The Cousteau Society, she helped design and coordinate a worldwide petition campaign. In California she handled media for the successful No on 8, No on 224 and No on 185 Initiative Campaigns, was News Bureau Director for the award-winning "Californians Against Utility Company Abuse" campaign and was Media Director for "Californians Against Hidden Taxes."
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Barbara doesn't shy from controversial topics. Her opinions are heard on Hot Talk 560 KSFO every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm - 7pm.
Send E-mail to Barbara Simpson
Talk Radio KSFO 560 AM
ksfo.com, 10 Jan 2010 [cached]
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Barbara Simpson
Call in number: (415)(510)(408)(707)-808-5600
To say Barbara Simpson is a well-known San Francisco radio and television personality is a gross understatement. To date, Barbara has had a 20-year radio, television and newspaper career in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.
Currently, Barbara, "The Babe in the Bunker," is on KSFO Saturdays and Sundays with frequent weekday fill-in appearances. She has also hosted the Saturday night/Sunday morning Coast to Coast AM -- The Art Bell Program.
As a television newsperson, Ms. Simpson anchored The 10 O'clock News on KTVU-Channel 2/Oakland for nine years, winning two Emmys in the process. For two years she anchored the original 2 at Noon show on KTVU and moderated a town hall program for KQED TV/Public Television in San Francisco. As anchor, she helped launch the evening news at KOFY-TV 20/San Francisco.
In Los Angeles, Barbara Simpson anchored the 10PM News and did investigative reporting for KTTV-Channel 11. She then moved to KNXT (now KCBS-TV), where she was a field reporter and specialist covering the school busing trial as well as a program host and news anchor. She also guest hosted on GOOD MORNING L.A. for KABC-TV.
Her work in LA included radio as well, as a talk show host and specialty reporter for KABC and KFI. Barbara Simpson wrote, produced and hosted daily environmental reports for CBS Network Radio.
Her columns on political/social issues have been appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Contra Costa Times, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union Tribune, Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis News. Barbara Simpson also writes a weekly column for World Net Daily.Com which runs every Monday. All of her columns are available in the World Net Daily.Com archive.
Among her many professional honors, she won the 2007 Excellence in Media Broadcasting Award from the Eagle Forum of California, the "Golden Medallion" from the California State Bar for her TV work. She was named "Woman of the Year" in TV by the Northern California Chapter of the American Women in Radio and Television, as well as a Kudo Award for her KSFO talk radio program. She has also been honored by the National Commission on Working Women, the Peninsula Press Club, Oakland Business and Professional Women and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Barbara Simpson works to make a difference in a variety of arenas. As Public Relations Director for The Cousteau Society, she helped design and coordinate a worldwide petition campaign. In California she handled media for the successful No on 8, No on 224 and No on 185 Initiative Campaigns, was News Bureau Director for the award-winning "Californians Against Utility Company Abuse" campaign and was Media Director for "Californians Against Hidden Taxes."
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Barbara doesn't shy from controversial topics. Her opinions are heard on Hot Talk 560 KSFO every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm - 7pm.
Send E-mail to Barbara Simpson
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