The Todd-n-Tyler Radio Empire
Running time5 hours
Country of originUnited States
Home stationKEZO-FM
SyndicatesWestwood One
StarringTodd Brandt, Mike Tyler
Original release1993 –

The Todd-n-Tyler Radio Empire is a morning radio talk show based out of Omaha, Nebraska. It features Mike Tyler and Todd Brandt. The show is syndicated in various cities across Nebraska, Kansas, and Idaho. It is currently the #1 rated radio morning program in the Omaha market.[1]


Humorous comments on current events, politics, popular culture, and life events.


Tyler and Brandt first teamed up at WSJW in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in February 1993. Previously, Tyler was hosting the afternoon show and Brandt was part of the "Starview Morning Show". The duo moved to KEZO-FM in Omaha in August 1993. It became the top-rated morning show in Omaha in 1995 and has maintained that spot with the 25-54 demographic.[citation needed] The show began syndication in November 2006. The show is carried by the following stations:

Affiliate Call letters City Started Broadcasting On Air (Local Time)
Z92 KEZO-FM Omaha, Nebraska August 1993 5am - 10am Mon-Fri, 3rd-shift replay 10pm - 2am Sun-Thur; Best of the Week 6am-10am Saturday
T95 KICT-FM Wichita, Kansas November 2006 5am - 10am Mon-Fri
104.1 The Blaze KIBZ Lincoln, Nebraska February 2012 5am - 10am Mon-Fri
Rock 103 Sandpoint, Idaho July 2021 6am - 8:59am Mon-Fri



Todd and Tyler were honored by the Omaha Press Club and inducted as the 106th face on the Barroom Floor on May 19, 2006[3] and were roasted at this event by Larry the Cable Guy.

Todd and Tyler were nominated for the 2006 Medium Market Personality of the Year NAB Marconi Radio Award.[4]

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association Inducted Todd Brandt and Mike Tyler (Todd-N-Tyler) into the NBA Hall of Fame in August 2021.


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  2. ^ "6/7 2-2 Explaining Craig's Absence". 6/7 2-2 Explaining Craig's Absence. Retrieved 13 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Welcome to the Omaha Press Club". Archived from the original on 2009-08-25. Retrieved 2009-07-31.
  4. ^ "National Association of Broadcasters | Press Releases". Archived from the original on 2008-11-09. Retrieved 2019-09-29.