GUY'S GUY RADIO
WEDNESDAYS AT 8 P.M.
KCAA 1050 AM * 102.3 FM * 106.5 FM
ABOUT ROBERT MANNI
KCAA’s newest radio personality, Robert Manni, is the host of Guy’s Guy Radio, which for the past five years has been featured on Blog Talk Radio, iTunes, Stitcher, and Tune In. His weekly podcast showcases interviews with relationship coaches, authors, entertainers, wellness experts, metaphysical teachers, sports personalities, and a weekly “Guys’ Guy’s Guide” exploring current guy-focused topics.
His novel, THE GUYS’ GUY’S GUIDE TO LOVE, has been praised as the “men’s successor to Sex and the City.” Robert has adapted his book into a feature-length screenplay, a scripted television series (pilot and treatment),
and a series of non-scripted Guy’s Guy show concepts.
Robert has appeared on NBC’s Morning Blend, WPIX11 Morning News, and
is a frequent guest across a spectrum of satellite, terrestrial, and web-based radio programs and podcasts, as well as a contributor to Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, and GalTime. He is a featured expert on The Good Men Project, Your Tango, and Cupid’s Pulse. DatingAdvice.com named Robert a Top Dating Blogger.

Robert developed his Guy's Guy™ platform to help men and women better understand each other and bridge the growing communication gap between
the sexes. He continually creates a fresh, robust palette of timely Guy’s Guy content focused on life, love and the pursuit of happiness. Whether it's navigating the challenges of dating, relationships, friendship, career, fitness, wellness, or spirituality, Robert explores ways to help men and women be at their best so everybody wins.

The people, energy, and romantic backdrop of New York City have inspired Robert’s work. He’s a world traveler, Reiki Master and Teacher, certified advanced clinical Master Hypnotist, graduate of the Jose Silva Life System,
and Awakening Dynamics Level One.

Robert is a bona fide Guy’s Guy who somehow survived over twenty years of single life in Manhattan before marrying and becoming a father.
GUY'S GUY RADIO
WEDNESDAYS AT 8 P.M.
KCAA 1050 AM * 102.3 FM * 106.5 FM