Liberal radio group buying five stations

Tue Dec 2 15:11:07 EST 2003

<<<SteveOrdinetz is rumored to have posted: > Michael Jackson (no, not HIM,
but a British-born talk host) used to do a national show and was on in LA
for awhile but got dumped recently due to a format change. He's not too

An interesting and convincing web site to check on Michael Jackson's
broadcast career, accolades, awards, his journals, discussion board, et al

He was born in So. Africa, incidentally,  and started his late-night talk on
KEWB Oakland -SF (then a top 40 format) following Casey Kassem's onair
shift.  "Emperor" Bob Hudson was also in the lineup afternoons in
early-1960's.  "Talk" radio that Michael did then was clearly expressing his
opinions, while making it seem like he was complimenting the caller's
opposing views.  Ah...that charming British accent gets 'em every time!

He'd be a really good bet on a Boston station.

Russ Butler

(who worked at KEWB back then!!)

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