Steve Driver

    I am a family man with a great work ethic and positive attitude. I am a father of 4, a musician, a husband, and a friend. I love the simple things in life and appreciate time with my family and friends. I’ve always been a people person, the more the merrier I always say. I love children and being a father has been, and always will be, the very best part of my life, and my children mean the world to me. I like to keep a positive outlook on life. I believe all things are possible and our only real enemy is ourselves and the doubt we create. I am a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcasting in Southfield Michigan. I graduated in August of 2014, started my career with Cumulus Broadcasting in October of 2014, and currently host the afternoon drive show, 3-7pm, on Flint’s Nash Fm 95.1

    Blogs

    Wanda Sykes calls on white people to ‘step up’ to stop racism

    Wanda Sykes calls on white people to ‘step up’ to stop racism

    In a powerful video posted to Instagram on Monday, Wanda Sykes called on white people to “step up” and take on systematic racism Captioning it “#blacklivesmatter I’ve been drinking…but that’s when the truth comes,” Sykes addressed her feelings in a nearly 14-minute video about the nationwide demonstrations against ​police brutality, following the arrest and death…

    Jay-Z takes out full-page ads across the country in dedication to George Floyd

    Jay-Z takes out full-page ads across the country in dedication to George Floyd

    Jay-Z has partnered with families who have lost sons to police violence, along with fellow activists and attorneys, to take out full-page ads in newspapers across the country to honor George Floyd. The ad is captioned, “in dedication to George Floyd. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd,” and quotes a passage from a speech made by Dr. Martin Luther King…

    Entertainment leaders release Covid-19 production guidelines

    Entertainment leaders release Covid-19 production guidelines

    Hollywood is inching closer to getting back to work, with the entertainment industry’s guilds and unions signing off on a 22-page guideline document designed to establish safety protocols for producing movies and TV in the age of coronavirus. The agreement comes after a protracted period of negotiation among the various constituencies — including actors, directors…