December 26, 2005

‘Air America Radio’ Gets Awful Ratings in DC

Posted by Eric Jaffa
Thursday October 20th 2005, 1:46 pm
Filed under: Media Watch, Radio

From the Washington Post:

Air America, the liberal talk network carried on WWRC-AM (1260), went from bad to nonexistent. After WWRC recorded a mere fraction of a rating point in the spring with syndicated shows from the likes of lefty talkers Al Franken, Janeane Garofalo and Stephanie Miller, Arbitron couldn’t detect a measurable listenership for the station this time around.

I was eager for AAR to get on the air in Washington, DC.

I figured it would give them a bigger place in the national debate, since a lot of national-media people work in DC.

But AM in DC isn’t working out. Maybe AAR should try FM in DC.

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