For the last seven years, "Bulldog" Brian Tilton has been a premiere talk show in New Hampshire. A passion for politics, policy and community really shined through his daily radio program. Now you can have Bulldog on your station as either a fill-in host (nationally or local in NH) or will consider a full-time opportunity in the Granite State.
Bulldog is a fierce advocate for low taxes, less spending, small government and anti-Northern Pass. Through years of experience in covering the State House, Brian has helped change the debate and was very influential in getting back tax laws overturned and strong property rights bills passed which protected thousands of landowners from threats of eminent domain by private developers.
From September 2008 through January 2014, "Bulldog" Brian Tilton hosted the local radio talk show "Bulldog Live!" on WTPL 107.7FM "The Pulse" in Concord, NH.
Brian worked as the co-host for a morning radio talk show in New London, NH from April 2006-November 2007. Brian has worked as a full-time radio producer since 1998 for talk radio stations AM 1090 WBAL and AM 680 WCBM in Baltimore with some the top talk show hosts in the country. Prior to 1998, Brian worked as a news reporter for WILI radio in Willimantic, Conn. and hosted his own public affairs talk show for a Connecticut Public Radio affiliate.
In 2003, while working for WBAL, Brian Tilton was awarded the:
- National Headliner Award for Investigative Reporting
- Chesapeake Associated Press Outstanding Enterprise Reporting Award
- Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism Award for Public Service.
The above awards were for his part of the coverage of the Lovell Wheeler case. Wheeler was arrested in Baltimore and held without bail on misdemeanor charges for several months. WBALís afternoon talk host Ron Smith and producer Brian Tilton led the stationís efforts in examining the bail system, and whether Wheeler was being subjected to unusually high bail requirements because of his unpopular political beliefs. Report Pieter Bickford also played a key role in the coverage.
2010 Concord Insider Cappie Award for Best Radio Personality (3rd place)
2007 NH Association of Broadcasters Golden Mike Award for Newscast Over 5 Minutes.