MMI Public Relations Senior Writer Wesley Hyatt Participates in Interview with Shokus Radio

Raleigh, NC, August 26, 2010 --( Patty Briguglio, president of MMI Public Relations, a Raleigh-based, full-service public relations firm, has announced that senior writer Wesley Hyatt will discuss the latest activities on daytime television, game shows, and late night television news with Stu Shostak on Shokus Internet Radio ( on Wednesday, Aug. 25 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern/4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific. Planned topics include the planned replacement for As the World Turns on CBS after 54 years on the network, the future of all daytime soap operas, and the changes on The Price is Right with John Sly, co-runner of Golden-Road.Net. Hyatt, author of The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television who is working on a book on the highest-rated TV shows of all time, will appear along with game show authority Steve Beverly on the show.

“It is a thrill to be a guest on Stu’s show again and talk with him and my buddy Steve as well,” said Hyatt. “I really enjoy our conversation and insight, as do many listeners, according to the feedback we have received. As always, I promise to be opinionated but have the facts behind me to base my judgments.”

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About Wesley Hyatt:
Wesley Hyatt is a Senior Writer at MMI Public Relations, a Raleigh based full-service public relations firm, as well as the author of six entertainment reference books. He is responsible for a wide range of duties at MMI, including writing press releases, biographies, and other collateral, as well as proofreading copy, editing copy and tracking news clips. A Chapel Hill native and resident, Hyatt has written six nonfiction books including his first, The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television in 1998. His other titles are The Billboard Book of Number One Adult Contemporary Hits, Kicking Off The Week: A History of Monday Night Football, Emmy Award Winning Nighttime Television Series, 1948-2004, A Critical History of Television’s The Red Skelton Show, 1951-1971, and Short-Lived Television Series, 1948-1978. He has been interviewed by many media outlets as a TV historian, including The Arizona Republic, Bloomberg Radio News and

About MMI Public Relations:
MMI Public Relations is a Raleigh-based, full-service PR firm that helps its clients start big conversations and make powerful connections. With a strong base in traditional public relations tactics, MMI has strategically evolved into a market leader in emerging PR tools such as social media, online video and podcasting. MMI works with firms and individuals in a wide spectrum of industries across the nation. Ranked among the state’s top PR firms and in the top 10 percent nationally, MMI is the recipient of more than 50 awards in the public relations arena as well as in the community. For more information, call 919-233-6600, visit the MMI Public Relations website at or the MMI Public Relations Blog at

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