On Air Staff
Doug McIntyre's Red Eye Radio
Monday - Sunday: 1:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Long after the rest of the world packs off to bed, the Night People come to life and Red Eye Radio takes to the airwaves. Red Eye Radio is a nationally syndicated conversation with America, and in our 24/7 digital world, the news cycle and fun never sleep.
Red Eye Radio host Doug McIntyre pilots this four-hour night flight Monday – Fridays (1am-5am ET). Long-time host of McIntyre in the Morning on KABC in Los Angeles and WABC in New York, McIntyre sees Red Eye as “a love affair with America in all its aspects.” Whether it’s politics, history, music, or sports -- from the outrageous to the just plain weird -- if it’s happening in your life, Red Eye Radio is the place to talk about it.
Conservatives, Liberals, Tea Baggers and Tree Huggers are all welcome aboard Red Eye Radio’s nightly excursion into vox populi-- even space aliens are invited.
Fly Red Eye Radio, where the listener always travels First Class.
About Doug McIntyre
For five years Doug hosted McIntyre in the Morning on Talk Radio 790 KABC in Los Angeles. He’s also a television/screen writer and producer who has written for all of the major networks, including the hit series Married… with Children, WKRP in Cincinnati, Mike Hammer—Private Eye, Full House and the critically acclaimed PBS series, Liberty’s Kids, which earned Doug a Humanitas Prize nomination for excellence in television writing.
Doug’s move to morning drive followed his enormously successful run as host of KABC’s hit overnight show, Red Eye Radio. Year after year, McIntyre has been selected by his peers as one of the “most popular” and “most admired hosts” in the annual LARadio.com poll. Doug was also ranked one of the “Top 40” radio hosts in the nation by the industry journal, Talkers Magazine.
A student of American history, Doug brings context to today’s headlines. A passionate fan of Jazz and the great American Songbook, McIntyre in the Morning is now heard daily on 77 WABC in New York City (weekdays 5-6 AM) Doug’s show is an eclectic mix of news, politics, history, and sports.
A frequent TV guest, Doug practically lived on CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight and appeared on Bill Maher’s Politically Incorrect a dozen times, as well as Real Time on HBO, The History Channel, the FOX News Channel’s hit shows, The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity & Colmes, and numerous other news programs. Doug also hosted his own segment on CNBC’s Dennis Miller. Doug continues to host, Jazz Notes for LA 36.
Additionally, he is a published author, having written for American History Illustrated, LA Jazz Scene, The Los Angeles Times and he writes the popular page one column for the Los Angeles Daily News every Wednesday and Sunday.
Doug is married to actress/writer/producer Penny Peyser (The In-Laws, Rich Man, Poor Man, Crazy Like a Fox, All the President’s Men). He is proud step-father to Devon and Buck,. Devon is a college Freshman, Buck is a Captain and Black Hawk pilot for the United States Army while earning his MBA from UCLA.
In 2008, Doug and Penny released their feature documentary film, Trying to Get Good: the Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon. A hit with both audiences and critics alike, Trying to Get Good won major awards at film festivals from coast to coast, most recently at the Nashville Film Festival, and has been enjoyed by thousands in theaters around the country, including a three week run at the historic Crest Theater in Los Angeles.