Chris Witting is a syndicated radio host whose shows are heard in hundreds of markets nationwide. Witting's career includes positions at WCBS New York, WBBM Chicago, KDKA Pittsburgh, WBZ Boston, and other major market stations. He founded Syndication Networks Corp. (SNC), a leading media syndication firm based in the Chicago area. Industry recognition includes a gold medal from the International Radio Festival and an Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio-TV News Directors Association. Witting is most proud of his two children. He's also a second-generation broadcaster. His late father managed the pioneering DuMont TV Network and brought such stars as Sid Caesar and Jackie Gleason to television for the first time.