Automotive radio show launches new site

Jan. 1, 2020
Drivers Talk Radio, hosted by automotive expert Rick Titus, has launched its new website,, to better reflect its up-to-the-minute auto industry coverage.
Drivers Talk Radio, hosted by automotive expert Rick Titus, has launched its new website,, to better reflect its up-to-the-minute auto industry coverage, originating from its new studio headquarters in Las Vegas.

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With the website launch comes a change in show format and renewed focus on topics that are of interest to a broader audience – spanning first-time car buyers to auto enthusiasts worldwide. The website features a clean, contemporary design to reflect Drivers Talk Radio’s expansion across multiple platforms, including an emphasis on social media. In addition to station news content and links to the show, consumers can find behind-the-scenes content, bios and photos of on-air personalities, along with a newly-incorporated blog and schedule of station podcasts

“We’ve got a newfound energy amongst the team with the move to our new studio in Vegas and we’re excited about the focus to serve as a go-to for not only the car expert and enthusiast, but also those who may not know all there is to know about the auto industry,” said host Rick Titus. “Listeners will now be able to find more information, insights and tips and interact with our hosts as we focus on what is valuable content for the consumer.”

Boasting a top business ranking on, the leading Internet radio app, show topics include new car models, technology, industry news and announcements, concept cars and products. As an expert in the full breadth of the automotive industry, Titus communicates his depth of experience and knowledge to educate consumers, train professionals and entertain enthusiasts. Weekly programs are centered on navigating the truthfulness of the industry’s marketing maze as an interpreter explaining complicated mechanical issues in simple terms.

Along with co-host Tracy Miller, Co-Producer and Engineer Micah Muzio and Road Test Editor BJ Killeen, Driver's Talk Radio reviews the newest vehicles in the automotive marketplace, discusses the most controversial automotive topics and conducts live interviews with the industry's movers and shakers.

Added Titus, “With the many auto conventions and shows taking place in Vegas each year – the International Auto Show, Model Motor Trend International Auto Show and SEMA, to name a few – we knew this was an opportunity to leverage our relationships with the many enthusiasts and companies spending time here.”

For more information and a calendar of upcoming shows, please visit  Find Drivers Talk Radio and Rick Titus on Facebook , Twitter, LinkedIn  and YouTube

About Drivers Talk Radio/Rick Titus

Hosted by automotive expert, Rick Titus, Drivers Talk Radio is a broad-reaching program that discusses the automotive industry in an informative and entertaining fashion. The show includes interviews with the industry’s top movers and shakers, discussions of the most controversial automotive topics, current reviews of vehicles and products and consumer tips. In its 13th year of production, Drivers Talk Radio has won 20 prestigious International Automotive Media Conference (IAMC) awards and has reviewed more than 400 vehicles. Titus has compiled four decades of hands-on involvement with cars and trucks, including a stint as head of engineering at a top automotive accessories manufacturer. His experience has led him to become the country’s only leading automotive industry authority serving automotive consumers, dealerships and corporate brands alike. Titus is a lifetime member of the American Automotive Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association (AARWBA).

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