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Doug McIntyre Teaming Up With Terri-Rae Elmer on New KABC Morning Show

Earlier this week, Terri-Rae Elmer signed off from KFI 640 AM after 28 years at the station, leaving many to wonder where she was headed.

Well, Elmer left the station for a new morning show gig (5 a.m. to 9 a.m) with Doug McIntyre on KABC 790 AM called McIntyre in the Morning.

McIntyre and Elmer are replacing Peter Tilden‘s morning show, effective Jan. 3. The Daily News columnist left KABC in 2009 to host the syndicated Red Eye Radio.

“I’m excited to return to the morning drive with leading radio station, KABC,” said McIntyre in a statement. “I look forward to keeping my audience informed and entertained as they wake up with me each morning.”

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AOL Daily Finance Hires Brand New Editorial Team

After letting go most of AOL’s Daily Finance’s freelancers, AOL-Huffington Post has hired a whole new editorial team.  Peter Goodman, Executive Business Editor, announced the major new hires today via press release. “Our audience can look forward to an irreverent, unpredictable and engaging take on personal finance,” said Goodman.

The new hires are Loren Berlin as Columnist, Ron Dicker as Celebrity Finance Writer, Alice Hines as Retail Reporter, Regina Lewis as Personal Finance Columnist, Eamon Murphy as Associate Editor, and Catherine New, Sheryl Nance Nash, and Bruce Watson as staff writers.

The good news: at least two of AOL Daily Finance’s nine editorial staffers will be former freelancers, according to paidContent. The site will also continue to feature the work of investing columnist Doug McIntyre, who seems to be one of the few to survive the site’s Huffington-ization.

Radio Stations Roll Out Election Night Plans


It may only be a mid-term elections, but don’t tell that to the many city TV and radio stations. Most stations, expecting a late night, are making plans for extended coverage on Tuesday night.

FishbowlNY has obtained details from various media outlets.

  • WABC

The talk station will be live all night with Mark Levin, John Batchelor, and Doug McIntyre. Additionally, WABC will give listeners local updates every quarter hour from co-anchors Ken Duffy and Hilarie Barsky, with reporters in the field throughout the tri-state region.

The talk juggernaut with take major victory/concession speeches live, plus offer comprehensive election results on the Talk the Vote page at wabcradio.com.

The WCBS-AM and WINS plans after the jump. Read more

WABC-AM Winning the Overnight with ‘Red Eye’

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77 WABC is winning the overnight thanks to Doug McIntyre’s Red Eye Radio.

On February 8, the talk stalwart made the switch from Coast to Coast with George Noory.

In the most recent PPM results, McIntyre’s Citadel Media-syndicated show is number one in highly sought after demographics–men 18-49 and 18-34.

The show, which airs from 1-5 am seven nights a week on WABC-AM, also registered a number two position for men 25-54.

“There was a clear opening for an overnight show that’s live, entertaining, and issues-driven,” Laurie Cantillo, WABC Program Director, tells FishbowlNY. “Doug McIntyre has a humorous and engaging style that’s perfect for the late night/early bird crowd, particularly in a city that never sleeps like New York. As the ratings indicate, his show is on fire, particularly with younger listeners.”

Following the national overnight broadcast, since the fall of 2009, McIntyre hosts the 5 a.m. hour exclusively for WABC.

That show, which is the lead-in for Imus in the Morning, is tops among men 18-34 and men 25-54.

“[It] has been a consistently strong ratings performer, particularly in the men 25-54 demo, so his ratings success is not a surprise,” Cantillo says.

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