Recommended Reading

Laurence Glavin
Fri Mar 18 16:03:48 EST 2005

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Donna Halper" <>
>To: "Laurence Glavin" <>, "Brian Vita" <>, boston-radio->
>Subject: RE: Recommended Reading
>Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 15:11:24 -0500

> At 01:39 PM 3/18/2005 -0500, Laurence Glavin wrote:
> > As I said, you only get the first paragraph, then the requirement
> > to enter your subscribers number.  Even doesn't have
> > a log-in for The Atlantic.
> I am a subscriber so I can get you the entire article.  But I 
> actually found it rather odd in that the author seems very anti- 
> the idea of liberal talk and doesn't seem to believe it can 
> succeed.  As a consultant (and I have NEVER let my own personal 
> beliefs get in the way of what is right for a market of mine), I 
> think some markets are perfect for liberal talk, while others are 
> not. But I do believe it is a viable format these days, whereas it 
> might not have been ten years ago.

Just checking:  are you conflating (I love that word) ANOTHER article
in the mag, the one about Air America's business plan, authored by
Joshua Green AND the front-page article about the KFI
(did you know that the 'FI' stood for 'Farm Information'
when the original owners applied for the's in the 
Atlantic article) talk-show host?  In  the former, Green 
penned essentially an opinion piece, and it's a bit down on
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