She has both fans and non-fans here.
Via TALKERS.com yesterday:
The Laura Ingraham Watch Continues; Cumulus Denies Rumors of Ingraham Deal. Rumors of where talk media personality Laura Ingraham will surface with a new, nationally syndicated talk show after parting from Talk Radio Network several weeks ago continue to pop up. But Cumulus Media COO John Dickey tells TALKERS there is no truth to the rumor she is joining his company for a national syndication deal. TALKERS sources are hearing rumblings that instead of hooking up with a broadcasting corporation that also owns stations (Clear Channel, Cumulus), Ingraham is busy working on a project for a new radio talk show with legendary syndicator Norm Pattiz in that effort. Ingraham mentioned on Fox News Channel on December 7 that she would announce something this week but, as most broadcasters know, issues can pop up that delay these types of announcements.
Ingraham Signs With Pattiz - 12/13 - Tom Taylor in his Thursday radio biz newsletter tells us that DC-based talker Laura Ingraham partners with Norm Pattiz at Courtside - not Cumulus, as widely rumored. She recently left TRN at the end of her contract, had conversations with several parties, and now signs with Westwood One founder Pattiz.....
Great-let’s make even more money for the prominent donor to the Democrat Party-Mr. Pattiz.
Would you have any reservations about Rush Limbaugh if he was single, claimed to be Catholic, yet frequently turned his radio show over to an pro baby killing, open homosexual, and also spent a lot of time (including with his adopted kids) with the homosexual that he turned his show over to?
I’m referring to Laura Ingraham as being the phoney who often turns her show over to Tammy Bruce, a pro abortion lesbian. And I called and got thru to her show when on in Boston but was not let on to ask this simple question.
Not much demand for Ingraham
Her voice is annoying...and failed in many markets. TRN had no desire to re sign her...even after they lost Savage. And her support of Obama on the Eligibility issue ran off what audience she had