Brian Holland began his career as a print journalist at the age of 15. As a columnist for The Suffolk News Herald, Brian authored a weekly Sunday column discussing community happenings and issues. In late 1991, Brian hosted a morning talk and call in program on weekdays at WLPM. It was during this time that Brian decided to seek a seat on the Suffolk, VA, City Council at the age of 19.
Working with various campaigns for the next two and a half years, Brian gained insight and knowledge on politics and media that would serve him well in his future. During this time, Brian hosted a call in radio program on Saturday evenings at WKGM in Smithfield, VA. In 1995, Brian took to the airwaves again as the news director of WLQM in Franklin, VA. From there, he found himself airing at noon weekdays on WHKT out of Norfolk, VA. While on the air at WHKT, Brian was offered and accepted a national morning show. Joining the legendary Ernie Davis, Brian co hosted AM America on 92 radio stations nationally for the Liberty Works Radio Network (not the same one that is currently on the internet). After leaving the network, Brian ventured, as all professional broadcasters do, into other markets. From Eufaula/Dothan, AL, Elizabeth City, NC, Fredericksburg, TX, Richmond, VA, and finally back into his home market of Norfolk, VA.
George Knapp was joined by journalist and radio host Brian Holland, who shared his story of becoming a high ranking member of the White Power movement while simultaneously acting as an informant for the FBI. In the first hour, undersheriff Curtiss Kull provided an update on the mysterious disappearances of Patrick Carnes. ... More »Host: George Knapp