Well, just when you thought the Heather Clem and Hulk Hogan sex tape was as good as it was going to get, TMZ reports that the brunette has actually starred in many sex tapes. And they took place in the exact same bed where she and the blond wrestler did the deed.The outlet reports that there are at least three additional tapes out there and they were all shot while she was married to Bubba the Love Sponge. And, apparently she was aware that the cameras were recording her every move. In one...Read Full Story
Hillsborough State Attorney Mark Ober Will not file criminal charges against members of the WFLZ M.J. Morning Show. Although the state fire marshal has been recommending Felony charges for seven months, the state attorney decided not to go along. The incident involved a radio stunt where the morning show tried to fry a frozen turkey in a cooker full of oil that was in a van. A fire started and the Tampa Fire Department had to put it out.hereRead Full Story
Bubba the Love Sponge Clem (born Todd Clem in Warsaw, Indiana on April 21, 1966) is a Tampa, Florida radio talk show host who has had a colorful past. He currently hosts two different radio shows, a weekday morning show on WHPT 102.5 FM in Tampa and WFYV 104.5 FM in Jacksonville and a weekday afternoon show on Sirius Satellite Radio's Howard 101 station. Bubba is a member of Sigma Chi. 1 - Bubba The Love Sponge Shows - 176:30 Download Bubba The Love Sponge Shows by Bubba The Love SpongeRead...Read Full Story
Is making international waves after placing a $50,000 bounty on the head of Julian Assange. Schnitt refers to 39-year-old Assange as a menace and has said, “Assange is a terrorist, an enemy combatant, and needs to be treated as such,” several times on his program.hereRun, Julian Run!Read Full Story
Todd Alan Clem is a renowned American radio personality. Born in 1966 on April 21st, Todd Alan Clem is legally known as Bubba the love sponge Clem. He owns a website by the name btls.com. He got married in 2007 at First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg and his best man was wrestling star Terry Hulk Hogan. Stern Howard, a media station owner, and his crew were also in attendance. Bubba the love sponge Clem filed for a divorce from his wife Heather Clem after four and a half years. Bubba is...Read Full Story
Bubba the Love Sponge, who's real name is Todd Alan Clem, is a Tampa, Florida radio talk show host. You can hear him on Howard 101 on Sirius Satellite Radio and on WHPT if you're in Tampa, or WFYV in Jacksonville.
Bubba the Love Sponge starts his show off with the Jimi Hendrix song Voodoo Child.
Beginning initially on college radio station WISU in Terre Haute, Indiana, Bubba made his professional debut on April 1, 1985. After initially using "Rockin' Bubba Clem" as his on-air moniker, a fellow DJ gave Bubba the name "Bubba The Love Sponge" which became his permanent radio name. Bubba has trademarked the name, and he legally changed his name to Bubba The Love Sponge Clem in 1999.
By the time he was 25 years old, Bubba was doing morning drive radio in Chicago. He worked as a DJ in the CHR and Top 40 fields, earning multiple national awards from Billboard Magazine for his work. Bubba moved around a great deal in his early years, as many DJs have to do, working in markets like Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, San Antonio, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Orlando.
Bubba began to develop his edgy style at WXXL in Orlando. After Bubba's contract with WXXL was not renewed, he moved to Chicago for a short stay as the morning man on the old Z-95 then to Milwaukee for a 6 month stint as the afternoon jock on WLUM, then onto Tampa's WFLZ-FM, known as "The Power Pig 93.3" to work nights. It was there he began to draw national attention for his controversial style. One of Clem's more popular on-air bits was "No Panties Thursday." In Conjunction with doing nights on the Power Pig, but was also somewhat of a pioneer in Radio Voice Tracking/Syndication. While he was doing his show live on 93.3 the Power Pig in Tampa, he was also heard on several Rock Radio formats across America. He cut this show earlier in the day and they played it at night as if Bubba was actually in their city. While he was doing this, he also was heard late nights from 10p-midnight on WJBT, 92.7 "The Beat" in Jacksonville, Florida.
In December 1996, WXTB, known in Tampa as "98 Rock", hired Bubba for the morning drive time slot. That was a departure from his usual pop radio environment, but he welcomed the new challenge. Clem was paired with comedy writer Mike "Manson" Waters to write sketches for Clem's show. "The Bubba the Love Sponge Show" rose quickly in the ratings, with Clem becoming something of a pop culture icon in the Tampa Bay area.
Clem often criticized local politicians and national leaders on issues when he disagreed with their views. Clem was also critical of a style of radio that he called "warm and fuzzy radio," which Clem claimed to be mind-numbing fluff. His brash style appealed primarily to blue-collar workers and long-haul truckers.
In 1997 Clem opened up "Planet Bubba," a nightclub in Clearwater, FL. He owned a series of restaurants and nightclubs in the Tampa Bay area, including Bubba's Ale House, Bubba's Beach Club in Ybor City, and Plush in Tarpon Springs, FL.
During January 2001, "The Bubba The Love Sponge Show" went into syndication. During its run in syndication, the show aired on stations in Jacksonville, Orlando, Hartford, West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers, Wichita, Shreveport and Macon. XM Satellite Radio carried the show as well, first on tape delay, and then live in east coast morning drive.
Radio & Records named Bubba the national Active Rock Personality/Show of the Year for 2002 and 2003. Many stations, however, declined to carry Clem's show when offered syndication rights due to its controversial nature. Bubba was also a 7 time Billboard Air personality of the year winner.