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Loesch Reportedly to Replace Limbaugh on Audacy Stations

The majority of markets would air Loesch’s show live in the 12-3p ET timeslot

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Audacy is reported to be in talks with syndicator Radio America to air Dana Loesch’s radio show, replacing Rush Limbaugh’s in most cases.    

Outkick reported today that Loesch’s “The Dana Show” could air in delay in some markets, but that the deal would place her show in the 12-3p ET timeslot in the majority of them. 

She recently signed a three year extension to her contract with Radio America and will add a one-hour daily TV show on “The First”.

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CNN Launches Podcast Mini-Series Hosted By John King

“It’s a more thoughtful, more personal, and more nuanced conversation than you get from the politicians.”

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CNN has announced a new podcast mini-series hosted by former Inside Politics host John King.

All Over the Map with John King is a three-part podcast series looking at what voters in 2024 battleground states are prioritizing as the presidential election approaches.

“We started All Over the Map to track the campaign through the eyes and experiences of the voters who will settle who wins,” said King. “Everyday Americans are too often left out of the conversation. But we are learning so much as we visit them and the counties and towns that will be decisive come November. It’s a more thoughtful, more personal, and more nuanced conversation than you get from the politicians.”

In the first episode, King speaks with two Republican Pennsylvania voters who still support Nikki Haley instead of the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

The podcast will be available in the same feed as The Assignment with Audie Cornish.

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SuperTalk Mississippi News Adds On-Demand Audio to Spotify, Apple Podcasts

“I’m very proud of our news team and their ability to not only broadcast accurate news but deliver it to the masses in more ways than just the radio dial.”

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SuperTalk Mississippi News has announced listeners are now able to stay up to date with the latest audio from the network on platforms like Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Hourly newscasts will now be available on the platforms in addition to the plethora of available options from the statewide network.

SuperTalk Mississippi News now being available through both major podcast platforms is a testament to SuperTalk Mississippi Media’s commitment to keeping more and more listeners up to date with what’s going on across the state,” SuperTalk Mississippi Media President and CEO Kim Dillon said. “I’m very proud of our news team and their ability to not only broadcast accurate news but deliver it to the masses in more ways than just the radio dial.”

“While radio is still incredibly effective in delivering news and I don’t believe that’s ever going to change, we want to offer more ways for our listeners to have news at their fingertips,” added News Director J.T. Mitchell. “I am so thankful for the team’s willingness to adapt and thrive as we find more ways to reach Mississippians and keep them informed on a daily basis.”

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Former KCBS Host Narsai David Dies

David joined the station in the 1980s and hosted his show until July 4th, 2022 when he stepped away from the long-running weekend program.

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Longtime KCBS food and wine editor and host Narsai David has died. According to the Audacy-owned station, his health had deteriorated from a fall at his home last year. He was 87.

David joined the station in the 1980s and hosted his show until July 4th, 2022 when he stepped away from the long-running weekend program.

Before working at the news radio station, David operated a restaurant — named after himself — in the Bay Area. The eatery opened in 1970, and was frequented by celebrities like The Rolling Stones and the British Royal Family.

“Narsai had it all. He could deal with the upper echelons of society and he could deal with doofuses like me,” former KCBS anchor and reporter Mike Sugerman said. “We became fast friends. We really respected each other. And I enjoyed his cooking more than anything.”

According to the station, he is survived by his wife, Venus, and his son Daniel.

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