About Doug McIntyre’s RED EYE RADIO



On Tuesday morning, December 13th, 2011 I piloted my last Red Eye Radio flight for Cumulus. Inc. On January 3rd, 2012 I will return to Morning Drive at Cumulus owned Talk Radio 790 KABC in Los Angeles as host of "McIntyre in the Morning with Terri-Rae Elmer." The show will be broadcast weekdays from 5 am - 9 am Pacific and can be heard on-line at www.KABC.com.

Marc Germain can be heard weeknights on his excellent webcast at www.TalkRadioOne.com.

Red Eye Radio will continue to fly in a new expanded 5 hour flight piloted by Gary McNamara & Eric Harley and produced by Night Train Brian Kane.

It is with eternal gratitude that I thank all of you for making Red Eye Radio the Number  1 rated show in overnight in NYC and beyond. While I hate to

 leave, it's nice going out as #1. All thanks to you.

 -- Doug McIntyre


We’re the Night People. We work the other 9-5. While the rest of the world sleeps, that’s when we’re most awake.

The later the better.

about_usSleep? Please. All the really fun stuff happens after dark.

Doug McIntyre’s Red Eye Radio is a nocturnal flight of imagination and conversation. It’s Talk Radio that also listens.

From today’s headlines to breaking news, history to politics to sports, when you fly Doug McIntyre’s Red Eye Radio everything and anything is fair game; movies, books, music, religion, life itself.

Red Eye Radio is your late night companion. A voice in the dark. A place for friends to drop by and yak. Get it off your chest. Tell the world your story. Amuse us. Confuse us. Inform or infuriate. Red Eye Radio is where America comes to talk.  Or just lie in bed and eavesdrop, that’s good too.

Flights depart seven nights a week, 1am – 5am, Eastern / 10pm – 2am, Pacific.

Toll Free: 1-866-90-RED EYE / 1-866-907-3339

Doug McIntyre’s Red Eye Radio was born on November 7th, 2000, the notorious Presidential Election.

Doug was invited to host a one-night-only post-election recap beginning at 10pm on Talk Radio 790 KABC in Los Angeles. By 10:03pm it became obvious the election was too close to call and all eyes turned to Florida.

KABC kept Doug on every night-- pre-empting a show dedicated to UFOs and Chupacbras-- and 37 days later, after multiple recounts, lawsuits, hanging chads and the U.S. Supreme Court’s final ruling in Bush vs. Gore, the listeners elected Red Eye Radio by a landslide as their favorite late night radio show!

Featuring an eclectic mix of news, politics, history, sports and especially music, Red Eye Radio dominated late nights in Southern California for the next four years. A big listener favorite were Red Eye Radio’s Friday Night Jazz Jams featuring musical stars and legends like Michael Bublè, Keely Smith, John Pizzarelli, Frank Sinatra Jr., Melissa Manchester, Rita Coolidge, Jane Monheit, Tierney Sutton, Steve Lawrence, Kenny Burrell, Hank Jones and many, many more, including an unforgettable evening with the iconic, Artie Shaw.

On May 24th, 2004 Red Eye Radio broadcast live from the Falcon Theater in Burbank, California with a packed house from Midnight – 5am! Red Eye Radio Live from the Falcon featured Melissa Manchester, Jack Sheldon, Judy Carmichael and Spanky Wilson as well as actress Penny Peyser and the comedy of Mike O’Connell.

On February 8th, 2010, after a five-year hiatus-- during which McIntyre moved to morning drive-- Red Eye Radio returned to the late night skies as the nationally syndicated Doug McIntyre’s Red Eye Radio, with the great 77 WABC in New York City and 790 KABC in Los Angeles as it’s flagship stations.

Now heard on nearly 100 stations across America, Red Eye Radio is the most listened to late night show in New York and L.A. and the fastest growing radio show in the land.    


About:Talking the News

77 WABCDoug also hosts Talking the News, weekday mornings from 5 - 6am exclusively for powerhouse 77 WABC in New York City, right before Imus in the Morning.

Talking the News is a fast paced, smart, funny news hour for busy commuters and moms and dads throughout the tri-state area. Featuring the latest news, weather, traffic, sports and business reports from the Wall Street Journal, Talking the News has just enough attitude to help you run another lap in the rat race of life.

If you’re tired of waking up to all-snooze radio, start your day with the informed breakfast treat, knowledge-enriched, Talking the News!