>>>Do you have any clue how all this works?
Yes, I do. Rush’s program airs with national ads, and in some markets barter ads... and local stations fill the rest of the time. If WABC has no “run of schedule” ads for their own local advertisers to fill the time left to them in Rush’s show, they run PSAs and promos... if WABC can’t sell their local avails, that’s WABC’s problem, not Rush’s.
See? I have a clue arseportal.
Your name-calling notwithstanding you really do not have a clue.
The fact the WABC cannot or will not sell ad time on the most listened to radio program in NYC at that time should be a clue to you. These are slots that were always sold before the Fluke debacle. I'm a big Rush-fan, but only them braindead wouldn't notice.