Gil Gross

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Real Estate Today is the two-hour weekend program that opens doors for buyers and sellers.

Hosted by award-winning broadcaster Gil Gross, the program delivers everything you need to know about your home, from buying and selling tips and financing issues, to home improvements and other value enhancements, to the current state of the local real estate market. It’s fast paced and fact packed with experts, interviews, call-ins, and field reports… even a local market conditions segment. Real Estate Today is backed by the unparalleled credibility and resources of THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.

Gil Gross is an award winning radio journalist who has reported the news to millions of Americans and interviewed pop culture icons and heads-of-state alike.

In addition to hosting Real Estate Today, Gil shares his broad knowledge of local, national, and international issues weekday afternoons with listeners across the Bay Area on San Francisco’s legendary KGO AM 810. As a newsman and humorist he has also combined his talents as Paul Harvey’s chief substitute at ABC and as the main substitute for Charles Osgood at CBS. A journalist for more than three decades, Gil became the youngest anchorman in ABC News history at age 23. All the while he worked as morning news anchor on WLS Chicago. He went on to win a string of investigative and journalism awards for international reporting covering major events of our time from 9/11 to the War in Iraq.

He has worked at iconic New York radio stations such as WABC, WCBS, WOR, and hosted his own national program for a number of years on CBS Radio.

Gil lives with his wife, actress-singer Rhoda Bodzin, and their son, Spencer Darrow Gross, three cats and an ever-growing collection of over ten thousand LPs and CDs.

Schedule:
Sunday 8:00am- 10:00am


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