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Host Joe Crawford’s Excellent Holiday Promo (and Regis Philbin Christmas Wish)

Be good for goodness sake!

That’s the message Joe Crawford, the host of BlogTalkRadio’s The Joe Show, is busy delivering, now that the holiday season is in full swing. And the Canadian media is taking note.

In a story headlined “Tuning in to Crawford’s 12 Days of Christmas,” the Welland Tribune (which cover’s his hometown of Port Colborne, Ontario), today reports:

Live! With Kelly and... Joe? Could be.

Live! With Kelly and... Joe? Could be.

“Comedian Joe Crawford has a pile of gifts to hand out in the 12 days leading up to Christmas. And he’s inviting people from the community to listen to his Internet-based radio show for a chance to be included on his ‘nice’ list.”

The paper goes on to note that, from Dec. 12 to 23, Joe “will hand out prizes donated by local businesses” and “he has about $3,000 worth of Continue reading

‘The Joe Show’ Host Joe Crawford: Could He Be the Next Ellen DeGeneres?

More flattering things have been said about our BlogTalkRadio talent, though we can’t recall when.

In the current edition of Niagara This Week, which covers the Canadian region between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, reporter Steven Henschel writes of Joe Crawford:

CAPTION: Separated at mirth? Joe (right) and muse Ellen. "I would love to make a career of it," he tells his hometown paper. "But in the meantime, I do it for the love of it."

Separated at mirth: Joe (right) and Ellen. "I'd love to make a career of it," he tells his hometown paper of broadcasting. "In the meantime, I do it for the love of it."

“Once a month, Crawford, a Port Colborne resident and lifelong entertainer, hosts his hour-long Internet radio variety show The Joe Show (think Ellen on the radio) from his home.”

That’s right—a comparison to Ellen DeGeneres!

Now, only time will tell if Joe goes on to land his own nationally-syndicated TV talk show (to say nothing of hosting the Oscars). And his buzz remains north of the border (or at least it had been, before Continue reading