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Joseph Katich

Joseph Katich was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. He attended St. Francis DeSales High School where he was a 4-time Varsity Award Winner and a 7-time All-American Swimmer. Joseph was also a 3-time NCAA All-American for the Men’s Swimming Team at Denison University, where he majored in Biochemistry. Joseph served as a member of SkyLife Technology’s Ohio based Disaster Relief team where he sat as a Project Manager and as an Administrative Executive.

Joseph holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance and Marketing with a minor in Business Law from the University of Toledo, where he held a 3.8 GPA. In 2012, he was inducted into the National Honor Societies of Phi Kappa Phi and Beta Gamma Sigma. 

Today, Joseph hosts 4 radio programs and is the Program Manager and Director of Sales for the Time Waits for No One Medical Radio Program.

Melissa Veotsch

I'm doing what I love to do! Tell the stories of people living in Northwest, Ohio! I'm honored to say I've been working in television news in Toledo for over 20 years. 13ABC is filled with the best journalists I've met in my entire career. These people have a dedication and passion for telling the best stories with integrity and class. Who could ask for more!


My area of expertise has been in medical reporting, but I'm enjoying branching out into other areas of investigative reporting. Please feel free to forward me any story ideas you might have at


Outside work, I cherish time with my 3 beautiful children, Madeline, Cole and Gabrielle. I also have the privilege of co-founding a volunteer organization called Agility Angels. We use trained therapy/agility dogs to help children with Autism develop social skills and self esteem. I also enjoy sitting on the board of trustees of the Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism, where we work to fill service gaps for families living with Autism. I'm proud to say I helped co-found Give Autism the Boot, a yearly collection with area rescue worker organizations that has raised almost a million dollars to date to fund programs serving our families and their beautiful children in our area!


I grew up in Buffalo, New York and graduated from the SI School of Journalism from Syracuse University.


Northwest Ohioans are wonderful people and I consider it an honor to live and work in such a beautiful part of this country!

Ameer Kabour, M.D., F.A.C.C

Ameer Kabour was born in Syria. His lif long passion is education which led him to travel around the world. He studied in Syria, England, France, and finally in the United States. Overthe last 20 years, he has been an interventional cardiologist in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Dr. kabour passion is truly his patients and public medical education.  This has  influenced him to utilize the media-television and radio, to reach people in hopes of improving public medical education and most importantly, to empower patients with the knowledge to understand their disease state and make a change. Despite the evolving market, his critics did not stop him from pursuing his dream of being an anchor and executive producer of his medical show “Time Waits For No One” on WTOL, a CBS TV channel, and 1470 AM radio (WQLR). "Time Waits For No One" become a trademark in NOrthwest Ohio and its audiencce continue to grow. 


Ameer believes in using media as a tool  to deliver his messages and to not only educate the community, but also allow constructive discussios about both political and non political issues. Due to his belief, in 2013, Dr. Kabour was the executive producer of the movie “The Citizen” which discussed the Arab immigrant issue post 9/11 and demonstrating the American justice and value to the standard we should be proud off.


IN addition, his passion about patients' need, forced him to start the non profit organization "1-Heart" to fund the appropriate medical help and all our patients to recieve  medications who may not be able to afford the cost of that meduication.


Dr. Kabour is involved in many medical Mission, through the National Arab American medical Association, to serve the needy patients in the Arab world, specifically in Syria. He has led more than 20 mission trip to serve the communities until the civil war began in thge Middle East. Then he has became an advocate for democratic changes and better life in Syria, therefore he has developed a new non-profit organization "Syria Tomorrow". This organization promotes peace and political education, and has currentluy launceh a new E-magazine, and produced a song called  “Syria is Hurting”.


Dr. Kabour completed his cardiology  training at Wayne State University, University of Michigan, University of Missouri and finally University of Chicago. He is actively involved in many basic sciences, clinical, and devices research trials. He is the author and co-author of many medical publications.


He is the president and CEO of Toledo cardiology Consultants, and the Cardiovascular Research Center. He is the president and CEO of mobile cardiac services, and was influential in developiong the Cardiovascular Physicians Management, the first specialty home care in the midwest. 


Megan Malinowski

Media is the most powerful entity on earth to deliver a message to educate the public. Megan believes knowledge is power and learning promote growth.


Malcom X once said "Without education, you 're not going anywhere in the world". Megan believes that combining these two passions - media and education; following ambition and dreams; and continuing to use the power of written and spoken words provide the perfect outlet for the medical show "Time Waits for No One". Creative writiting, linguistics, and increasing global understanding have always empower me. Understanding different cultures and having the ability to step in the mind and context of culture has always been my passion. The different theories as why humans do what they do attract me because I am interestyed in how people act, live, and dream. Public Education, promoting a healthy lifestyle and achieving a better life are the goals we desire to achieve at Time Waits for no One.


We all want to change the world. I have humanitarian approach to life and love helping others. My goal is to utilize my educational background and the power of media to continuing helping others understand medical education and improve themselves and thier life.


Megan has a Bachelor of arts in Speech Communication from Miami University and a master's of arts in second language acquisition with a focus in adult morphological processing. Megan has worked over the last 15 years for several Fortune 500 Companies.

Fayez Kabour

“Educate, entertain, and inform”. These are the 3 words Lord Reith used to encapsulate the BBC and what Media means to me. I want to be able to use Media to inspire people, challenge normality, encourage society to evolve and be a catalyst for change.


I am fortunate to be able to help produce the medical show "Time Waits For No One". Through this experience I am able to continue inspire people, advance societal medical knowledge, and help promote better healt.


My primary responsibility is formulating the idea and organize the production process.  


Also I was fortunate to be one of the producers for a the movie "The Citizen" to help promote the understanding of the American and Arab cultural differences, and raising awareness about our American value to adopt in the immigrant communities.  


I recieved a Bachelor in Business from case Western Reserve, and currently I am working on my MBA at Western Governor University.

Nancy Bright

The media is central to the experience of modern life. It builds and connects cultures and communities locally, nationally and globally and shapes our views of the world, our identities and our fantasies. It makes up global industries, providing employment and shaping cultural, political and economic realities. However,public relations is about reputation, it is the discipline which looks after reputation, with the aim of obtaining understanding, support and influencing opinion and behaviour.


I have read that the Institute of Public Relations define it as the planned and sustained effort to establish and maintain goodwill and mutual understanding between an organization and its publics. 

Jason Brainard

Media Production is essentially what I love to do most and I am sure it is something I would enjoy doing immensely.


I would enjoy learning more about media production, as I find media language very interesting. I would also like to build on my existing experiences in producing media in order to take it to a higher level, and become capable of creating something of much higher quality.


I also hope that in doing this type of TV SHows, "Time Waits For No One".  where I feel I have so much power and responsibility over so many people. You can change the way they think and feel, like a good story or work of art. Tiny things such as lighting and camera angle can make all the difference, and that what make our show different.

Time Waits For No One:  is an information-based series geared toward educating the public on the latest breakthroughs in all areas of medicine. Featuring practical solutions and important issues facing patients and medical professionals alike, focusing on cutting-edge advancements in everything from health and wellness to new medical technology, and more.


Prince Management Prouction:  Produces educational programming which broadcasts on a variety of networks.  Prince production is continually exploring information and education on the latest advancements and issues impacting the individual, the community, and the national health. With cutting-edge content, and high-definition production, our innovative programming features issues that impact audiences across the globe.


Production Team: Our production team includes personnel who have worked for major networks. We utilize the core concepts from our producers who storyboard our programs and work closely with experts in the field to develop these educational programs. This powerful force enables us to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.

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