A terrific docu from Gallic nonfiction filmmaker Nicolas Philibert, "La Maison de la radio" adds revealing images to sounds that will be familiar to millions of French public-radio listeners.
Fred Thompson, whose career has ranged from showbiz to politics, including a presidential run this year, is signing on for a gig that promises to draw on his talents in both fields: talkradio.
"Enter angry" might be the stage direction that introduces the riveting Liev Schreiber as Cleveland shock jock Barry Champlain in "Talk Radio." "Kill 'em all," he snarls, wishing for a gun to mow…
So now at last we have the explanation as to why talk radio has become the exclusive province of the Hard Right. Liberal views are too complex, we are told. Conservatives explain themselves better…
As villains go, Maureen Lesourd --- prexy and G.M. of ABC-owned Los Angeles radio stations KABC, KTZN and KLOS-FM --- is a somewhat unlikely one. She's dabbled in advertising and in affiliate…
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