Richard Sher

Richard Sher

Host, Says You!

Host

With the personal motto "genius don't cost extra," Richard Sher produces and hosts Says You! What he does charge for, is his work as president and founder of Pipit & Finch, a marketing and media Development Company, with clients such as CBS/Westinghouse; Hearst Broadcasting; RISO, Inc.; and IBM.

In his spare time, Sher desperately pumps friends and strangers alike for words and definitions.

With more than 20 years experience in broadcast production, programming, media, development, and marketing (with Emmys to match), Richard almost didn't work in radio. He started out as an optician. Really.

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