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March 04, 2007

KTLK soviet announces Air America purge

The Los Angeles Times continues their hard-news reporting with the news that KTLK AM 1150's soviet ("advisory council") is purging various Air America shows from their lineup. Here's the new version:

Stephanie Miller: 6-9am
Thom Hartmann: 9am-noon
Randi Rhodes: noon - 3pm (live)
Marc Germain: 3-7pm (live and local!)
Ed Schultz: 7-10pm
Rachel Maddow: 10pm-12am
Alan Colmes 12-3am
Bill Press: 3-6am (live)

Only Hartmann, Rhodes, and Maddow are AAR "stars". Although Germain is probably not known anywhere else, some in L.A. know him as "Mr. KABC" or "Mr. KFI".

The AAR shows KTLK is dropping include "Politically Direct," "Mark Riley" and "The Young Turks". It's dropping the syndicated "Lionel" and the local show "Harrison on the Edge"; apparently even the L.A. City Beat couldn't save the latter.

Posted in Meta at March 4, 2007 10:09 PM

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