Skip to comments.MSM FIGHTING BACK? - "Washington Post Radio" Set To Debut On AM Dial
Posted on 01/05/2006 3:23:37 PM PST by chuckpez
Try placing a year on this scenario: a crusty, old-line newspaper teams up with an equally risk-averse broadcasting outfit, to provide a full time outlet for reporters to discuss their stories on the AM radio dial.
What era do you think we'd be talking about here, the fifties? At best, the sixties?
How about 2006!
Yes, the Washington Post, notorious print media fossil, has teamed up with Bonneville Broadcasting to provide "Washington Post Radio" on 1500 AM, until now home to WTOP-AM news radio. Secondarily, its programming will also be heard on 107.7 FM, with its very limited signal reach..................
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They go together like sardines and chocolate sauce.
For those stations not losing enough ratings points with Air America.
This is going to be a joke. WTOP is currently an All News All the Time radio station with poor listenership so I don't see how the Post will increase revenues in the least.
Great. Now we can call them, one Freeper after another, and ask about MD4BUSH. Over and over and over again.
Be just like the Stern intruders with their Babbalooey.
Tell the screener you want to impeach Bush, then when you get on the air, ask about MD4BUSH.
The radio station may be saved though if the Post is going to pay them like an on-air commercial to broadcast their reports like Air America pays stations with no ratings to broadcast the crap that no one can sell advertising to support.
Air America without the sparkling wit of Al Franken and the classy repartee of Randi Rhoades.
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