First on TVNewser: Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski begin hosting a radio show on WABC in New York Monday morning. The show will air from 10am-Noon, following Imus in the Morning. Scarborough and Brzezinski will continue with MSNBC’s Morning Joe from 6am-9amET, before heading to the WABC studios for the late morning radio show.
• Earlier: Morning Joe Team in Talks to Start Radio Show…
> Scarborough to go head to head with Glenn Beck.
The Scarborough/Brzezinski news gets more intriguing. It was announced yesterday that Glenn Beck’s radio show is moving to WOR-AM on January 5 and will air from 9am-11am. Beck begins on Fox News Channel two weeks later.
As one insider notes, “The new york radio wars have begun anew!”
After the jump, the WOR press release, which includes this news: “Bill O’Reilly, Dennis Miller and the station’s longtime daily Food Talk program will cease to broadcast on the station.” O’Reilly announced in October he’d stop doing his radio show. It became official yesterday.
WOR NEWS/TALK RADIO 710 HD ANNOUNCES
GLENN BECK AND OTHER PROGRAMMING CHANGES
Effective January 5th, 2009
(New York, New York – December 4, 2008) WOR News/Talk Radio 710 is proud to announce that beginning January 5th, nationally-syndicated radio personality Glenn Beck will join the station’s weekday lineup, broadcasting live from 9am-11am. Beck is known for his quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality, attracting millions of viewers and listeners throughout the United States. Beck’s focus on pop culture, current events, politics and family has made him the third highest-rated national radio talk show among adults ages 25 to 54. This follows yesterday’s announcement that Lou Dobbs will be on WOR News/Talk Radio 710hd from 2pm-4pm, also beginning January 5th.
WOR’s Vice President and General Manager Jerry Crowley said, “WOR continues to make our program lineup bigger, better and more diverse in every way, bringing our listeners the latest on issues affecting their daily lives. Glenn Beckâ€™s focus on real-life issues and Lou Dobbs’s independent views on the economy are perfect additions to our world class lineup in these evolving times. They are both multimedia personalities whose advice and commentary commands the respect of all.”
5am-5:30am The WOR Morning News
5:30am-9am The John Gambling Show
9am-11am The Glenn Beck Program (New Show-LIVE)
11am-1pm The Joan Hamburg Show (New Time-LIVE)
1pm-2pm The Dr. Joy Browne Show (New Time-LIVE)
2pm-4pm The Lou Dobbs Show (New Show-LIVE)
4pm-6pm The Steve Malzberg Show
6pm-9pm The Savage Nation
9pm-11pm The Dr. Joy Browne Show
11pm-12m Dr. Ronald Hoffman
12mid-5am Joey Reynolds
Bill O’Reilly, Dennis Miller and the station’s longtime daily Food Talk program will cease to broadcast on the station.
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