SATURDAYS // 3-5 PM EST // ROAD DOG TRUCKING RADIO
Replays available on Saturdays at 9pm ET, Sundays at 7pm ET, or On Demand!
FreightWaves, the world’s largest freight news and data provider, has announced the launch of FreightWaves Radio on SiriusXM’s Road Dog Trucking Radio channel 146. FreightWaves Radio is set to broadcast every Saturday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (EST) starting on February 23, 2019. Like FreightWaves itself, the radio show will be driven by centuries of combined tribal knowledge in the freight sector, and powered by the startup’s deep reservoirs of data insights
FreightWaves Radio cuts through the jargon and misconceptions surrounding freight, calls out bad data and false narratives, and delivers transparency and disruption in the freight markets.
FreightWaves Radio will dive into the rise of technology, the flow of money and how the economy is impacting the trucking industry over the short and long-term. Topics will range from driver issues and truck technology, to economic drivers impacting freight volumes, rates, and seasonal surges in movements. The show will also bring perspective on the economic health of transport companies, and the climate of venture investing in trucking and logistics.
Co-hosts Prevost and Kingston will bring in a stable of guest speakers and market experts to the show each Saturday, providing listeners with a weekly playbook for navigating the freight market.
Have a question or opinion while we’re live, call us at 888-876-2336 or 888-8 ROAD DOG.
Chad Prevost has served in a variety of professional capacities as a writer, editor, researcher, professor, speaker, and workshop leader over the past 20 years. He currently serves as an analyst and staff writer on the FreightWaves editorial team, and as co-host of the What theTruck?!? weekly podcast. Chad also hosts daily market updates on the FreightWaves NOW video channel.
John Kingston is a business journalist of almost 40 years, covering everything from metals to financial markets, and now turning his focus to trucking and transport. He spent almost 30 years covering oil markets with S&P Global Platts, and his broadcast background includes many years as Platts’ “talking head” on CNBC, Fox Business, Canada’s BNN and other broadcast outlets. His activities at FreightWaves includes serving as the oil expert for FW’s SONAR database product, where he provides daily analysis.