David Corn Washington editor of The Nation and co-author of Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal and the Selling of the Iraq War discusses his fun humiliating George Will on ABC’s This Week for his blatant hypocrisy, why Lib
An interview with Seymour Hersh. [transcript and mp3 link]
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Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. and XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. pledged to work with regulators to close their proposed $4.9 billion merger by year's end, seeking to calm concerns that U.S. antitrust authorities would block the deal.
Former CIA analyst, and author of the trilogy Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire, The Sorrows of Empire: Militarism, Secrecy and the End of the Republic and now Nemesis: the Last Days of the American Republic, Chalmers Johnson di
Joe Scarborough has had enough with the White House rhetorical "You're either with us or against us" devices, especially since the White House has now turned it against members of their own party. So it was okay when us liberals (who h
Air America Radio was rescued from bankruptcy yesterday, but still faces the impending loss of Al Franken, its most popular talker. The liberal network will be sold to Stephen Green, a Manhattan real estate investment mogul with heavy
Sirius Satellite Radio paid shock jock Howard Stern a bonus worth nearly $83 million Tuesday for surpassing subscriber goals set in a 2004 contract that had already turned heads with its $500 million compensation package.
Here is a man who started out by advocating individual liberty and private capitalism while decrying left wing socialist trespasses against them—only to betray everybody and everything that America is about.
Officials from XM and Sirius are talking about each other a lot—and now it's in reference to a possible merger. Public statements by Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin, and XM CEO Gary Parsons indicate the companies are circling each other, wondering if it
[elections over] Clear Channel Communications, the nation's biggest radio station owner, said it has agreed to be acquired for about $18.7 billion by an investment group. One of the biggest deals in which a company has been taken private, and sho
Four banks are set for fee windfalls for their involvement in the acquisitions of both Clear Channel, the US radio owner, and magazine publisher Reader’s Digest by two private equity consortia for a combined total of nearly $30bn (€23.4bn). (Ahhh, WH
$1 billion, depending on performance, for dMarc Broadcasting Inc., which connects advertisers to radio stations through an automated advertising system. $1 billion in radio advertising inventory from Clear Channel Communications Inc.
Sympathy voting is not allowed...
Air America Radio, a liberal talk and news radio network, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, a network official told the AP. The network had denied rumors just a month ago that it would file for bankruptcy, but on Friday Air America said
Slobodon Milosevic was the new Hitler. Bin Laden was the New Hitler. Saddam Hussein was the New Hitler. Kim Jong Il in North Korea is the New Hitler. Iran's Ahmadinejad is the New Hitler. So why are there never any New Stalins?
His goal is to create FM radio stations faster then the FCC can shut them down. "It's always been our position that if enough people go on the air with their stations, the FCC will be overwhelmed and unable to respond," he says.
Air America Radio will announce a major restructuring, which is expected to include a bankruptcy filing. Air America could remain on the air under the deal, but significant personnel changes are already in the works.
PHOENIX (Sept. 14, 2006) – Beginning Monday, Sept. 18, at 12:01 a.m., Valley listeners can get their news talk programming on 92.3 FM. KTAR will simulcast its programming on 92.3 FM and 620 AM. Then, in January 2007, KTAR will offer a 24-hour, all-s
Also: A listener from Canada called and recorded a conversation with POPULAR MECHANICS after hearing his interview on —"The Charles Goyette Show", Wed Aug 23 14:39
On the August 21 edition of his nationally syndicated radio show, Rush Limcontin stated that even though President Bush pledged he would purportedly "never" criticize the patriotism of his political opponents, Limbaugh would continue to
Instead of fighting for their First Amendment rights in the courts, broadcasters, with very few exceptions, are rolling over.
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50,000watt Liberty Blowtorch 1100am KFNX - 6-9am M-F - Begins June 19th Outdoor Advertising starts this month and radio promos on the station will begin next Weds. Just in time for the election cycle…(Yes, Ernest too)
Look up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane! Nope. It's the two satellite radio stocks plunging from orbit! Share XM satellite Radio and its smaller rival Sirius Satellite Radio have both take huge hits so far this year. Sirius st
Lawyers on both sides of the CBS Corp. and Howard Stern breach of contract lawsuit said Wednesday they have settled. A clerk in the courtroom of Judical Hearing Officer Ira Gammerman said lawyers for the parties called around 3:15 pm to announce
Air America Radio's acting CEO has been ordered to either cut millions from the bloated network's budget or condemn the left- wing talk radio experiment to the ash heap of history, the Radio Equalizer has exclusively learned.
With the tension sharpening daily between the Islamist militant group Hamas and the secular, former ruling Fatah Party over how to share power after a January election swept Hamas into power, talk-radio programs like First Class Issue - which airs on
Bonneville International has filed a letter of intent to purchase Emmis Communications' CHR/Rhythmic KKFR (Power 92.3)/Phoenix. Upon completion of the purchase, the company plans to drop KKFR's current format in favor of an initial simulcast
Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. reported that its first quarter loss more than doubled, due largely to expenses of $225 million in stock-based compensation to Howard Stern. Revenue nearly tripled as the company expanded its subscriber base. Sirius rep