Bert Weiss is in the business of making connections. Known for his compassion, dysfunction and curious nature, he allows the listeners to see all parts of his personal life whether it’s pretty or messy. He is a dedicated father of two sons, Hayden and Hollis. He loves traveling, working out, surfing and watching sports. Bert is also a true philanthropist in the community. His nonprofit called Bert’s Big Adventure, is a year-round organization that annually takes children who have chronic and terminal illnesses and their entire families to Walt Disney World on an all-expenses-paid, five-day trip every February.




Kristin Klingshirn knows life is short so you better have fun. She’s never afraid to expose details of her life in the hopes of connecting with listeners and if you can get a good laugh in the process, even better. As soon as a celebrity does anything, and we mean anything, she knows all about it and is ready to report on it in her Entertainment Buzz. Kristin can hang with the boys and she can empathize with female listeners all at the same time. Compassion is key to her, but so is having an opinion and owning it.





Born in Washington, Brian Moote went to college in California before returning to his roots in Seattle to teach special education. He started his comedy career there before moving to Boston to continue his education and social work. In Boston, Brian performed stand-up comedy every night and soon after started touring comedy clubs and colleges across the country. Brian moved to Los Angeles to continue his work in comedy, appearing on networks such as FOX, Nickelodeon, and MTV. Now, he lives in Atlanta with his wife Katie, a singer/songwriter from London, and their two dogs Moxie and Norman. As the newest member of The Bert Show, he’s ready to start every morning making you laugh!


Carson Daly is a pioneer of pop culture across a multitude of media, including radio, television, the recording industry and digital platforms.  He currently hosts a top-rated weekday morning program on 97.1 FM, AMP Radio in Los Angeles, a position he has held since January 2010.  In Spring 2013, Daly once again served as host and producer for The Voice.  He has hosted “Last Call with Carson Daly” for NBC for more than a decade.  Daly began his career in radio in the early 1990s quickly moving up the ranks as an on-air deejay in five different cities within his first five years. Shortly thereafter, he landed one of the most coveted positions in the business — that of the early evening voice of Los Angeles’ influential and top-rated KROQ-FM.