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Monthly Archives: May 2008

John Bradshaw Layfield

John “Bradshaw” Layfield is best known as one of World Wrestling Entertainment’s top draws. John also played professional football for three years.

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Kim Komando

Kim’s weekly three-hour call-in talk radio show is heard (via her own national radio network called WestStar) on over 450 stations.

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Ian Punnett

In the basement of Ian Punnett’s childhood home, a step ladder led to the entrance of a dark crawl space that ran under the back porch.

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Bob Costas

Bob Costas is coming home to radio, reprising his very popular two-hour weekend show, Costas on the Radio.

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Art Bell

Art Bell is no ordinary talk show host, not just because Coast to Coast AM is the dominant live all-night show in America today, but because Art’s …

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Handel on the Law

As host of “Handel Yourself in the Morning” Bill has attained #1 status in Los Angeles’ highly competitive morning drive time radio and recently was the winner …

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Neal Boortz

Neal Boortz, AKA: The Talkmaster, Mighty Whitey, and The High Priest of The Church of the Painful Truth. More Than You Really Want to Know!

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Michael Savage

Explosive conservative radio talk show host Michael Savage continues to dominate the airwaves with his brash commentary and unapologetic solutions. The 10 million listeners who tune into …

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Gary Nolan

Gary Nolan has been “America’s Voice of Liberty” for more than a decade, reaching millions with his message of individual liberty, personal responsibility, and constitutionally-limited government. As …

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Dennis Miller

In his first ever radio show, five-time Emmy award winner and four-time Writers’ Guild award winner Dennis Miller offers his unique take on the day’s topics with …

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Bill O’Reilly

Now in its tenth year on the air, The O’Reilly Factor on the Fox News Channel remains the dominant number one cable news program in the USA.

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Glenn Beck

Based in New York City, Glenn Beck is casting a tall shadow as the next phenomenon of talk radio.

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