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#YaJagoff Late Night Episode 11 Presented by Rohrich Automotive

December 26, 2023

Summary:

First Night headliner Lyndsey Smith plays a little Name That Tune while the Platelets perform from the Steel City Q-Bicles. Enjoy a first ever interview with broadcaster turned media trainer, Sheila Hyland, and legendary plant man Doug Oster, gives us his ‘deer’ John list, all this week on YaJagoff Late Night.

SPONSOR INFO:

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QUESTION OF THE DAY:

Question of the day: Holiday song you cannot stand?

 

Lyndsey Smith left Pittsburgh for New Orleans and while visiting family for the holidays took some time to play Name that Tune, holiday version of course, before taking the Highmark Stage for the Cultural Trust’s First Night. Plus, what holiday song is she not a fan of, even if she CAN hit the high note?

The guy with the green thumb all year round, Doug Oster, is back for his jag drop in to tell us about green gifting, poinsettia pronunciation and oh, deer, he has gift ideas for gardeners this Christmas, too! Wait til you hear Run, Rudolph, Run by the holiday-dressed Doug.

Sheila Hyland reminds us of her time on many Pittsburgh TV stations after hailing from Oregon, but the black and yellow stole her broadcasting heart.  She left the news desk 17 years ago and is now known for her media coaching. Plus, who is on her junk drawer magnet?

Parking Pad and Platelets: Amy Kline of The Parking Pad reminds us that she and partner, Stefan Flower, housed 10 concerts and 1000 guests, then expanded to presenting live music in larger venues, including the Hollywood Theater. With continuous support of the music community, they have become a trusted friend among Pittsburgh musicians like The Platelets out of Johnstown who performed live at Q92.9.

The 412 Do’s remind us that Jack Dougherty of The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has the ins and outs to last minute shopping at Market Square thanks to the annual and traditional Peoples Gas Holiday Market.

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