Talk for Women

David Tomm
Fri Jun 2 15:14:22 EDT 2006

However, affiliate relations (i.e. clearances) are handled by "Take On 
The Day" Radio, a company run by her and a couple of investors.  
Premiere handles some sales and the physical distribution of the show, 
for which Take On The Day reimburses them.  The fact that Premiere is 
not handling affiliate relations has a lot to do with why her show is 
now heard on smaller, weaker talk signals.

On Jun 2, 2006, at 12:15 PM, R Trovato wrote:

>> Her career really took a nosedive after the whole gay controversy.  
>> She
>> wound up getting dropped by Premiere Radio Networks...
> Premiere still has her listed on their web site:

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