Bob Mann is a talk show host, voice over artist, producer and professor. He hosts and produces a national talk show on Sirius/XM satellite radio’s Insight (Channel 121) called “ Let’s Consider the Source” heard Saturdays 5PM Eastern and Sundays 11AM Eastern. Bob interviews guests on a wide variety of media topics and issues including censorship, political coverage and TV show criticism.

Bob broadcasts locally in the New York market on WFDU 89.1FM. His public affairs talk show, “Of Mutual Concern,” focuses on education, politics and healthcare issues in New Jersey and New York. He also hosts “Humanities Connection” on WFDU for the NJ Councl for the Humanities.

In his academic career, he is Professor and Chair of Communication and Media Studies and President of the Faculty Council at Caldwell University. He joined the faculty, fulltime, in 1988 and created the Communication Arts major in 1995.

Bob has one son, Chris, a Fordham grad who is an independent filmmaker, writer, improv and sketch comedy actor. His wife, Catherine Lundquist, is a Kindergarten teacher in New Jersey. She just earned her Ph.D. at Fordham University. Bob’s outside interests include Yankee baseball (season ticket holder and has played at Yankee Fantasy  Camp.) He also loves movies, comedy, travel, and has an interest in American history. He keeps trying to play golf but with minimal success.

Courses he teaches at Caldwell include “Media and Society” a and “Broadcast Journalism.” He was born and raised in Brooklyn. He graduated from Brooklyn Prep where he was New New York State high school speech champion. He has his undergraduate degree from Fordham University in Communications and Political Science. Mann has an M.A. from Montclair State University in Communication Arts (Speech & Theatre).