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May 19, 2004

Air America: Almost had Colorado outlet; concept called "interesting"

From this radio busines report:

Colorado almost had a radio outlet for Air America, the struggling politically liberal network. And it was almost in Colorado Springs, not exactly a hotbed of liberalism. KBCZ-AM (1300), part of a five-station cluster owned by Citadel Broadcasting, signed on for the network but then backed away when Air America began having severe financial problems.

"We were initially interested because of the concept," said Citadel operations manager Bobby Irwin. "It would have been interesting to see what kind of response the network would have had here."



Posted in Meta at May 19, 2004 12:12 AM

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