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About The Anne Levine Show
Anne’s first foray into broadcasting took place on the internet in 1999 when she did an online show called “What’s Your Diagnosis?” Anne cultivated a following very quickly and put it in the back of her mind to one day do a comedy show on an actual radio station. After a decade dabbling in many enterprises, some of which are listed below, Anne joined the crew at WOMR in Provincetown MA. The Anne Levine Show in which she explores politics, pop-culture, music, and other topics while fielding live phone calls and emails; has been running for over two years. Her edgy Monday night shows are funny, smart and dark. Anne was joined in mid 2009 by her long time friend, Michael Hill who co-hosts the show with her and occasionally takes over the whole enchilada when Anne is traveling off to exciting, mysterious places.
Anne Levine on Radio
“I love radio and believe it is a primary source of common generational languages. These languages, along with radio, are dying out because we now digitally produce our own content and venues. We should work to maintain our links to the past while we speed forward. There is magic in that balance. Keep listening. I’ll keep talking.” Anne Levine
About Anne Levine
Anne Levine was born in New York City and was raised in New York, Cape Cod, and Connecticut. She is the daughter of the late clothing designer Larry Levine and his wife Emily. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College where she studied Performing Arts, Anne enjoyed a colorful and checkered collage of careers. Her jobs included cabaret singer, clothing designer, travel agent, housekeeper, secretary, sales clerk, jewelry dealer, ghost writer and rock band manager. With the exception of three years in Israel, Anne lived most of her adult life in New York City and Cape Cod, MA.
Michael Hill on Radio
“I have always loved radio. I am a long time collector of “old-time” radio shows and continue to search the internets for new finds. When I w
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