Liberal talk network sold to new investors
Thu Nov 20 03:21:07 EST 2003
I keep hearing people keep bashing the fact that we have "too much
conservative talkradio" right now. . (Not you Bob, but your post made me
think about it.)
I grew up listening to virtually all liberals on talkradio.
Paul Benzaquin, Jerry Williams (Liberal at the time), Brudnoy (Liberal at
the time), Norm Nathan, Guy Manilla, Larry Glick, Peter Meade, Dave
Finnigan, I forget some of the old 'EEI Liberals. Locally, we had Lou
Marcelle. (Any more?)
I just think these things go in cycles. It's not a 'conspiracy'...and I'm
not sure you can 'force the issue' by setting up a 'Liberal Radio Network'.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Nelson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2003 2:56 AM
Subject: Liberal talk network sold to new investors
> A group led by a former Democratic National Committee
> advisor has bought the proposed "liberal radio
> network" from AnShell Media and hope to have it on by
> early next year.
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