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Listen Each & Every Sunday!

Setting The Tone Radio is a live radio show airing each and every Sunday at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time. We focus on topics that STToners find most interesting, ranging from love and relationships to politics, social issues and more. We welcome callers to chime in via our studio number: 646-200-0246. Some of our listener’s comments are listed below.

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You may listen to our live broadcasts on Sundays, 7 PM EST one of four ways:

  • If you see the player below, press the Play button and play our live stream instantly. It may take just a few seconds to start.
  • At 7 PM EST sharp, call 646-200-0246 and listen along. Press 1 anytime during the call to speak to the hosts directly.
  • Visit our page here, choose today’s episode and the player will stream automatically.
  • Listen to our live show via Skype by visiting our page here, choosing today’s episode and then look for the blue Skype logo near the player or the top of the page.
Our podcasts are available on the following networks. Simply search for “Setting The Tone Radio” anywhere, including Google.

  • iTunes (Search for “Setting The Tone Radio” in the iTunes Store)
  • Tune In (Search for “Setting The Tone Radio” in the Tune In mobile app or website)
  • Stitcher Radio (Search for “Setting The Tone Radio” Stitcher Radio mobile app or website)
  • Blog Talk Radio (Click here) Read about any episode at the bottom of this page or use the player directly below to jump right in and listen to any previous podcast. To listen to a live broadcast, call 646-200-0246 or visit our Blog Talk Radio page at

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Learn More: Read and listen to our episodes online

Read a few of our caller’s and listener’s comments below or join in on the conversation by posting to the above Event page on Facebook, joining STT or calling live at 646-200-0246, option 1.

Jamey Moore ***FIVE (5) MORE DAYS*****
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See More just let me know as soon as possible by contacting me via If you would like to donate to help raise money for the American Cancer Society to fight this ugly disease with breast cancer research, please use the link that I've posted below to be forwarded directly to my dashboard where you can do so (you should be able to click the link or copy and paste it into your browser).

Sharing my Hope & Love with you all!
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20.10.2014 at 02:16 pm
Tammi Smith Great show19.10.2014 at 08:15 pm
Tone Williams Thank you, Tammi. You are an intricate part of Setting The Tone™ and I wouldn't be able to do this without your ears, your input and your love & support. Thanks for tuning in and feel free to share!20.10.2014 at 06:34 am
Jill Carlier Tone,

please thank the other ladies for their stories for me..from me...

I pray they have peace for the rest of their lives..

I pray they never suffer again...

They were both through so much..and
See More deserve the very very best...

Thanks for letting us share our stories....

JillSee Less
19.10.2014 at 08:35 pm
Tone Williams It is my pleasure, Jill. I am honored you three were willing to open up on Setting The Tone™. I believe you have inspired many women in ways you may never know.20.10.2014 at 06:33 am
Tone Williams "These national numbers are not equipped for men." - Eric D.19.10.2014 at 08:45 pm
Tone Williams Men are not assisted when they are the victim, according to many guys.19.10.2014 at 08:47 pmDawn Sakara Spirit Mayberry They should be able to google the hotline for men19.10.2014 at 08:48 pm1Tone Williams So it's a separate hotline.19.10.2014 at 08:48 pmDawn Sakara Spirit Mayberry I am not sure.19.10.2014 at 08:50 pmDawn Sakara Spirit Mayberry 19.10.2014 at 08:51 pmDawn Sakara Spirit Mayberry 19.10.2014 at 08:52 pmDawn Sakara Spirit Mayberry Tone Williams tag Eric in this19.10.2014 at 08:54 pm1Cynthia Scott Tone... I'm listening in and wanted to share...19.10.2014 at 08:59 pm1Cynthia Scott The gentleman that was just speaking... has he tried an attorney to assist?19.10.2014 at 08:59 pmCynthia Scott I'm thinking he would get better help/advise on what to do.19.10.2014 at 09:01 pmCynthia Scott Also, the YWCA is a fabulous place to start for the women who are experiencing Domestic Violence... they can offer legal advise, appoint an attorney, if need be... provide a safe haven for women (with or without children) who are victims of domestic violence.19.10.2014 at 09:05 pmTone Williams Eric Duncan, have you tried Cynthia's suggestions?20.10.2014 at 06:32 am
Tone Williams Domestic violence is NOT just in the US.
19.10.2014 at 08:12 pm
Tone Williams Intimate partner violence (15%) accounted for a greater percentage of all violent victimizations, compared to violence committed by immediate family members (4%) or other relatives (2%). Well-known orSee More casual acquaintances accounted for 32% of all violent victimizations, and strangers accounted for 38%. Ref: Less
19.10.2014 at 07:59 pm

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