As We See It with Phil Hulett and Friends
As We See It with Phil Hulett and Friends is a variety talk show focused on the stories behind the stories in the news, plus a healthy dose of interesting conversations with authors, experts and others who will make you say, “I didn’t know that!”
You will enjoy the upbeat pace of the program as well as the personalities at the table who bring their own special spice to the conversation. Listen to the most recent show below!
Meet the Friends…
Phil Hulett has worked in radio since his voice changed. The 35+ year Los Angeles radio veteran got his start hosting a daily show on a closed-circuit radio station where the microphone and turntables were in a broom closet in the Principal’s office.
From there he attended California State University and soon became Program Director of campus station, KSUL. Upon graduation Phil went on to work at KLOS, KABC, KEZY, KBIG, KNAC, and for the past 15 years at KFWB where he currently is co-anchor of “LA’s Morning News with Penny Griego and Phil Hulett.”
Phil is a sought after voice-over artist and since 1998 has been the public address announcer for the Anaheim Ducks NHL Hockey Team. He teaches local college broadcasting classes and is the co-founder of online Heavy Metal music station, KNAC.COM.
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Jennifer Bjorklund is a veteran broadcast news anchor and reporter with 27 years in the business, the last 15 of them in Los Angeles television. Bjorklund spent 12 years at KNBC, NBC’s west coast flagship, 5 of which she anchored Today in LA, the station’s morning newscast, then went back out into the field reporting for the regular evening newscasts in 2010.
Jennifer started her career in radio, at Cal Poly SLO’s radio station KCPR, where she was News Director and recipient of the prestigious Ed Zuchelli award for Outstanding Senior Broadcaster.
The award meant more to her than most people knew; Jennifer was in one of Zuchelli’s last classes at Cal Poly before his sudden death, and his son, John, became her mentor in the following year, passing down the torch of News Director at the station his dad helped build. John Zuchelli also helped her get her first real broadcast news job, as morning drive anchor for the Santa Maria ABC News radio station KUHL. From there Jennifer’s employment travels took her to Santa Barbara (KEYT), and then to Los Angeles.
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While working at KFI, he wanted to expand his horizons by exploring other avenues this business has to offer. Everything from news, sports, politics, music, entertainment and even Playboy are now under his belt. If there is a radio show to be done, Jay’s done it.
A California native, you can find Jay at one of three spots most of the time. A studio, the beach, or the local hang out. AKA: the local watering hole. He values himself as the ultimate renaissance man. Loves smooth jazz and down home country music. He’s quite the character, and loves being the funny man. Sometimes his jokes go a bit far, but makes no apologies.
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Chris Martin – A broadcasting student at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, CA, Chris was hand-picked by fans of the show. Since then he’s worked out just fine and continues to grow as an integral member of “The Friends.”
Chris already has a bachelors degree in business and administrative management from Cal State University San Bernardino. After spending several years as a manager for government design projects he decided to follow his heart and pursue his ambition to become a radio personality.
In his young career in radio Chris has stacked up some interesting accomplishments. In the summer of 2013 he won the “co-host” contest for the nationally syndicated television show Dish Nation. He received the opportunity to broadcast on 95.5 KLOS with the morning show Heidi and Frank and headlined the Fox Television show as the contest winner. He was given an afternoon slot on the Mt. SAC radio station with a weekly talk show in his first semester as a broadcasting student and performs the show every Monday Afternoon.