There’s a long history of television and radio hosts getting mad about guests canceling at the last minute. David Letterman has been known to turn on these no-shows quickly and viciously — after Sen. John McCain
We reached out to flacks for both entertainment figures to seek out their non-emergency reasons for backing out. A Read More
One Woman's Opinion
Mark Green, Observer columnist and former Air America president, has started a weekly talk show on 77 WABC radio featuring Arianna Huffington and Mary Matalin.
The show is called Both Sides Now and the idea is for the two idealogically opposed, though very respectful, women to have it out on different issues and Mr. Read More
“And we’ve got David from Harlem, you’re on the line!”
The Times has a front page article this morning about Governor David Paterson’s love affair with the radio. Mr. Paterson, an avid sports fan, began listening to the radio as a boy becuase it was the easiest way for him to follow Read More
Here’s two bits of counterintuitive news for your rainy Tuesday. First off, according to a new study cited in the New York Times, young adults (i.e. those between the ages of 14 and 24) are spending more quality time with their radios than they were in 2007. Though average listening time dropped by Read More
At 6:33 this morning, Don Imus offered some reassurance: "Dick Cheney is still a war criminal. Hillary Clinton is still Satan. And I’m back on the radio!"
Mr. Imus was indeed back on the radio at 6 a.m. (he himself first spoke at 6:06) on WABC and several other Citadel Radio-owned stations across the nation. Read More