A couple of weeks ago, I praised Joe Cipriano’s book, “Living On Air,” in which he tells stories of rising from a small-town radio DJ to one of the top voices in Hollywood, doing promos for all the major networks, awards shows, and game shows. Today, I talked about it with Joe on my America Weekend show. He explained how he first got interested in broadcasting, how he got his first voiceover job, why Erik Estrada punched Bill Maher on camera, and why he doesn’t always listen to the director during a live broadcast.

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