The year on this is 1997 and judging by the pauses between commercials during stop sets, these were still being played from carts.
E on the Z. E! was and still is a television entertainment magazine. This was a novel idea, combine E! reports with Z100 programming. It made Z100 sound like it was completely in touch with its audience.
The topic of this jock’s show is not the music, but rather, the fact that the phone company has told the station that it can only use ONE listener line. Apparently, the station blew out one of the lines and the utility decided it can’t have the station tying up those resources.