InterviewUniverse.com is put together with the help of several volunteers and radio specialists. Read a little more about our crew below!
Morgan Cunningham – President and Host:
After being involved in radio for more than ten years, Morgan founded InterviewUniverse.com to share his love of entertainment history with anyone who is willing to listen. He coordinates all of the interviews from start to finish. Morgan finds interviewing to be fun, and he is always intrigued at the stories other individuals have to share.
In his spare time, he collects radio jingles and commercials, mostly by his favorite jingle producers PAMS Productions, Inc. and JAM Creative Productions, Inc. He has thousands of jingles in his collection, singing call letters for radio stations around the world.
Don’t ask him what his favorite song is or who is favorite musician is. He can never assemble a definitive list!
Favorite interview? There are several, but Morgan loved interviewing Frank Mills, pianist and composer of the 1979 #1 hit “Music Box Dancer.” They became friends and meet up for lunch, occasionally!
Ken R. Deutsch – Associate Producer:
At InterviewUniverse.com, Ken Deutsch is part of the production team. His specialty is in restoring damaged audio, most commonly distorted phone signals.
Ken Deutsch was born in, well, who cares! He enjoyed careers as a radio disc jockey and public television director/producer in the 1970s (neither of which were very successful).
After those fiascos he hit upon his true calling when he founded Ken R. LLC, a jingle recording studio, in 1977. During the next 30 years he and his merry band of singers and musicians produced jingles heard around the world for clients including United Airlines, Pizza Hut and thousands of radio and Internet stations. This was also the period in which Ken wrote four E-Books, all of which are available incredibly cheaply through Amazon.
The royalties that accrue to Mr. Deutsch in a single year total into the low three figures.
Ken is now a full time resident of Sarasota, Florida where he works from home transcribing closed captions online to assist deaf and hard of hearing people. Drinking nothing but tea and water has earned him a nickname from his wife: “Mr. Excitement.”
Ken Deutsch has been a model citizen while on parole. Unless certain discoveries are made, he should be “on the outside” for a while so that he can continue to write for Radio World, restore audio and practice his photography and Photoshop skills.