John M. Curtis

John M. Curtis


John M. Curtis is the editor of and a columnist for the Los Angeles Daily Journal. He's director of a Los Angeles think tank specializing in corporate consulting and strategic public relations. He's a seminar trainer, columnist and author of numerous professional publications and the popular books. He frequently appears as news analyst and media expert on television and radio. Dr. Curtis is considered the nation's leading authority on SPIN, damage control and charisma.



Past Shows:

  • 2020 Election Special

    George Noory shared US election results as they unfolded along with insights from author Jerome Corsi, analyst John M. Curtis, author Howard Bloom, prophecy expert John Hogue, and astrologer William Stickevers. Open Lines followed in the latter half.More »
  • Current Events Debate / Paranormal Phenomena & Music

    Author Howard Bloom and columnist John M. Curtis participated in a debate over coronavirus, and the election. Followed by Melvyn Willin on his research into paranormal phenomena & music, and the Enfield Poltergeist case.More »
  • Impeachment Debate/ Mutilations and Mysteries

    John M. Curtis and Howard Bloom debated the impending presidential impeachment. Christopher O'Brien discussed the newest rash of cattle mutilations and other strange activity.More »
  • Debate: Curtis vs. Bloom/ Animal Communication

    John M. Curtis and Howard Bloom debated current issues. Followed by animal channeler Sandra Mendelson.More »
  • Election Night Special

    Coast to Coast AM expanded to five full hours of coverage, as the US 2016 election results continued to pour in, and Donald Trump's presidential victory became a reality. In the first hour, John Curtis, and Howard Bloom shared their commentary and analysis. Author and columnist...More »
  • Dallas Shootings

    The main part of the show dealt with the breaking news story of the shooting of multiple police officers in Dallas, Texas. Taylor Millard, the Texas correspondent for iHeartMedia 24/7 News, shared updates throughout the evening, while Jerome Corsi, John M. Curtis, Dr. Peter...More »
  • 2012 Election Special

    George Noory hosted a special 5-hour show with coverage of the presidential election results, featuring a variety of guests offering their analysis of the outcome and what it means for the United States. In order of appearance: John Curtis, Greg Hunter, Mish Shedlock, Glynis...More »
  • Archeological Mysteries

    Explorer, archaeologist, and expert in ancient mysteries, Jonathan Gray, discussed how new findings which don't match current academic beliefs are being suppressed, as well as the discovery of human remains in geological strata, including the very earliest Cambrian layer. ...More »
  • Evolution of Technology

    In the middle two hours, former Executive Editor of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly and science writer Jim Gardner discussed how technology functions as a living part of the universe, and is evolving in ways that are almost biological. An ecosystem of technologies, which Kelly...More »
  • Predictions for 2010

    Authority on Nostradamus & the occult, John Hogue shared predictions for 2010, which he called a "wild card year in prophecy." Appearing during the first half-hour, analyst John M. Curtis spoke about Pres. Obama's State of the Union speech.More »
  • Roswell Revelations

    Experts in the Roswell, New Mexico UFO crash of 1947 Tom Carey & Don Schmitt discussed their continued investigation into the case, and interviewing of witnesses, some of whom saw alien bodies. First hour guest, analyst John M. Curtis offered commentary on current events.More »
  • EBE Autopsy

    Reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe shared a detailed interview concerning a USAF flight surgeon that was allegedly present during an autopsy on extraterrestrial biological entities (EBEs) at Wright-Patterson in the late 1940s.More »
  • Nuclear Power Problems

    Sidney J. Goodman, a professional engineer, and author of Asleep at the Geiger Counter was the main guest during Monday's regular broadcast time. "In the beginning anyone who criticized the nuclear power industry became known as a kook," said Goodman whose book documents serious...More »