Thu Dec 9 02:07:47 EST 2004
In addition, AA has been rumored to be finally landing an LA affiliate
and taking over WSAI/Cincinnati after the new year. That would put
them in a bunch of major markets--LA, New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
DC, San Francisco & Miami among them. Not bad for a network that has
been on the air for less than a year.
Jones Radio Network has recently been repping AA and now it looks like
Clear Channel, who has been signing on many of these new progressive
talkers, wants part of that action. This format seems to be finding an
audience--and advertisers-- despite being put on flea-powered AM's in
many markets. Now that AA programming is being syndicated through
traditional means, they seem to be thriving. It looks like they're
here to stay.
On Dec 9, 2004, at 1:34 AM, Mark Laurence wrote:
> On Dec 9, 2004, at 12:24 AM, A. Joseph Ross wrote:
>> Al Franken announced on his show today that he has signed a
>> multi-year deal to continue
>> doing his show on Air America.
> Randi Rhodes has also signed a three year deal with Air America, and
> they have a new boss, Rob Glazer, who is the CEO of Real Networks.
> The Washington Post says AA has signed a DC station: WRC, 1260 AM.
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