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Reply #7: Shit - where do you start? You want to see a monopoly on the airwaves, just come to LA. [View All]

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calimary Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed May-19-10 02:42 PM
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7. Shit - where do you start? You want to see a monopoly on the airwaves, just come to LA.
I lost count of how many radio stations pollute the air with CONservative yammering in this market.

The ONE SINGLE SOLITARY STATION offering progressive talk is KTLK, at the bottom of the ratings, with a shitty signal and low power, that isn't even consistent. We're forced to tweezer our way through the day, around Clark Howard and whatever sports are on after hours. In 2008, for example, on the Tuesday night of the California Primary - which was HUGE, BIG-ASS national news - was overridden by a frickin' hockey game. As the polls closed out here, and all eyes from coast-to-coast turned to California, the progressive station here in L.A. had a frickin' hockey game on.

It was a DISGRACE. And they did that again and again on NUMEROUS Tuesdays throughout campaign season. Just had to have that stupid fucking sports thing on there, when the entire rest of the country was keeping track of primary nights.

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