Skip to comments.The Washington Times partners with Kaliki for on-demand [Conservative] radio news talk
Posted on 02/20/2014 3:46:41 PM PST by Timber Rattler
The Washington Times announced Thursday that it is moving aggressively into the burgeoning marketplace of on-demand radio, forming a partnership with the Kaliki Audio Newstand, the first major player to bring streaming news talk radio into Americans cars.
Beginning in early March, The Times will broadcast daily and weekly shows into millions of cars rolling off assembly lines at major automakers including Ford and General Motors. Listeners also will be able to hear Times radio shows on their iPhones, iPads and Android cellphones and tablets via the Kaliki app.
Times Editor John Solomon said the radio lineup will launch in early March with five daily shows and several weekly shows, anchored by the midday program Live from The Washington Times starring Andy Parks.
Other daily shows will include:
The Ernest Istook Show, featuring the former congressman from Oklahoma and longtime news talk radio talent.
The Armstrong Williams Show, featuring the Washington Times columnist, TV show host and XM radio personality.
The Common Sense Conservative, featuring the rising conservative radio and TV commentator Steve Deace, broadcasting from Iowa.
The Tea Party News Networks Capitol Hill Show, featuring former Rep. Tim Constantine of Florida, a favorite among tea party activists.
In addition, The Times announced its first weekly show, Emily Millers Shooting Straight. The show will cover the latest policy debates in Washington, led by The Times award-winning columnist whose chronicle of becoming a gun owner led to the best-selling book Emily Gets Her Gun.
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Of interest to WMAL listeners.
Thanks, Silvie! This is great news!
Thanks for the Heads Up....
Thanks for the ‘heads up’, Timber!
Nice to hear that Andy’s back in the game! (Oh, and Emily is quite yummy!:-))
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
Thank you for the ping Sylvie.
Pinging the Quinn & Rose list.
Hey Abby! Good to see you!
Ruh Oh....Emily Miller fail! She bolted not long after getting her podcast to Fox 5 News. New York Or D.C.? Let me see. It is D.C. She is now Chief Investigator in D.C. for their Fox News station.
Emily is now Jason Mattera, Ben Swann, Jesse Watters and Griff Jenkins rolled into one.
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