December 1, 2005

Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity in Minnesota

Tuesday August 30th 2005, 6:45 pm
Filed under: Media Watch

Good News: Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity won’t be on AM in the Twin Cities much longer, due to low ratings.

Bad News: They will be played on an FM station.

Right now Limbaugh and Hannity are on KSTP 1500 AM talk radio.

They’re moving to KJZI 100.3 FM Smooth Jazz , which won’t be a Smooth Jazz station anymore.

A Smug Junk station, perhaps.

Rush Limbaugh has expressed contempt for “long-haired, maggot-infested, dope-smoking FM types,” and hopefully FM listeners will feel the same way about him.

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3 Comments so far

We can only hope that this is the beginning of a trend. It may be that with Bush’s falling poll numbers, people are getting disgusted with the constant rupug. talking points and lies on the rightwingnut radio shows.

For some reason, talk radio doesn’t translate well over the high-quality sound of FM radio.

Comment by seriously ill 08.31.05 @ 6:51 am

Talk show host Howard Stern is usually on FM, and he gets good ratings.

Comment by Eric Jaffa 08.31.05 @ 7:09 am

Good job. “What goes around, comes around” Hannity lies and lies and lies. Maybe you will begin to educate the public that Hannity and Limbaugh spread hate via the airwaves. There are other right-wingers on the same stations. I don’t listen to them, but the talk show person told his listeners that Islam are terrorists. SPAM: I use Yahoo for many features. I have a separate folder where the Spam is directed. You will never see the Spam unless you want to.

Comment by Robert W. Brown 08.31.05 @ 8:59 am

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