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Coglianese Launches Afternoon Show as Part of WMAL Moves

Coglianese shifted to afternoons after recently hosting “Mornings on the Mall” with Mary Walter

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105.9 FM WMAL in Washington D.C. debuted its new afternoon show Monday with host Vince Coglianese. The station has undergone several lineup changes in the past two weeks including the addition of Dan Bongino at noon at the departure of morning co-host Mary Walter. 

Joining Coglianese to christen the new time slot, Fox News star Tucker Carlson. The pair discussed the evolving mainstream idea that the coronavirus escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China and made its way to the U.S. 

Carlson’s reporting last year on the subject was censored by Facebook. The social media giant removed clips from Carlson’s show talking about the leak. 

“And they are still off to this day,” Carlson said. “You can’t overstate how well known this was to anyone that was paying attention. A group of Chinese scientists spent all of 2020 researching this and discovered that the wet market story was a lie.” 

Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases recently fueled mainstream speculation about the nature of the virus when he said that he is “not convinced” the virus developed naturally.

“Scientists then discovered that there were not one but two labs around the wet market doing research on a virus that infected horseshoe bats. This has never been a conspiracy theory; this has always been the most likely explanation.” 

Vince Coglianese hosts WMAL’s The Vince Coglianese show every afternoon from 3-6 PM.

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Mark Simone: Critics Have Said Radio Has Been Dying Since the Mid-60s

“Don’t believe all of that stuff. It’s here to stay.”

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Despite what you may read or hear, radio is not dying and has no deathbed in sight. And 710 WOR host Mark Simone wants you to know it.

While speaking with a caller during his radio show Wednesday, Simone was asked about radio usage by the general public. That’s when he stepped on his soapbox to sing the praises of the medium.

“It’s interesting. Radio listening is pretty consistent over the last 50 years. Television, newspapers all way, way, way down,” said Simone. “But actually the same percentage of people listen to the radio now that did 10 years ago, 20 years ago, 30 years ago, 40. So don’t believe that.

“This is the best example. There’s a big trade magazine that has an article about ‘Radio is dying. That’s it. Radio’s finished. It’s over.’ This is from the June 1966 issue. Don’t believe all of that stuff. It’s here to stay.”

According to recent studies, 86% of Americans still call AM/FM radio their preferred audio medium in the car.

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Salem Radio Network Plots Debate Coverage Featuring Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka

A two-hour pre-debate special will feature Salem hosts previewing the debate live from Atlanta from 7-9 PM ET.

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On Thursday, June 27th, CNN will air a 90-minute debate between former President Donald Trump (R) and President Joe Biden (D). Salem Radio Network will have extensive coverage surrounding the event, including appearances by Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, and Sebastian Gorka.

A two-hour pre-debate special will feature Salem hosts previewing the debate live from Atlanta from 7-9 PM ET. Hewitt, Gallagher, and Gorka will be joined by the company’s White House correspondent Greg Clugston, who will be on-site at the CNN studios.

The debate takes place from 9-10:30 PM ET. CNN has not allowed the radio network to broadcast the debate, so Salem will return to regularly scheduled programming. After the debate ends at 10:30, it will be followed by a 30-minute wrap-up show hosted by Gallagher.

In addition to airing on the Salem Radio Network, all coverage will also be simulcast on the Salem News Channel.

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WGAU Morning Host Tim Bryant Departs

He also served as the station’s news director.

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Longtime WGAU morning shot host Tim Bryant has exited the Athens, Georgia news/talk outlet.

Bryant hosted Classic City Today from 6-10 AM as the only local weekday programming on the Cox Media Group station. He also served as the station’s news director and was a reporter for sister station 95.5 WSB in Atlanta.

In a post to social media, Bryant alluded to his departure, stating “I covet your prayers as my circumstances change.”

WGAU featured a re-air of yesterday’s edition of The Erick Erickson Show in morning drive Wednesday.

A report from RadioInsight alleges Bryant is the first public name in a round of layoffs affecting Cox Media Group. As of publication, no other names have been revealed as departing the Atlanta-based radio group.

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