Weekday Programs
  • America in the Morning

    America in The Morning [5am-6am]

    Because news doesn't stop when you're sleeping, America starts the day with America in the Morning, Dial Global's award-winning radio news magazine. America in the Morning offers up-to-the-minute news reporting from around the country and across the globe, with all the latest overnight developments in breaking news, politics, entertainment, business and sports, delivered first thing in the morning.
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    The Pulse Morning Show [6am-9am]

    The Pulse Morning Show brings you entertaining and informative views and opinions on the latest local and national news that you just won't hear anywhere else! Host Don Cookson talks up the issues of the day with the best live guests on your radio-- whether it's business leaders, activists, politicians, professors, authors, doctors, everybody's on The Pulse Morning Show!
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    Stephanie Miller Show [9am-12n]

    Stephanie Miller one of 2010’s Most Influential Women in Radio!
    Every weekday morning, Stephanie Miller raises the bar for entertaining, morning Talk radio. Stephanie’s uniquely funny social commentary sets her apart from the crowd, with a fresh voice that has been cultivated over years of experience as a media personality and comedienne. Her humor and snappy political wit have made her a raging success, with listeners, stations and advertisers alike!
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    Ed Shultz [12n-3pm]

    Why is the Ed Schultz Show hotter than a polar bear in Pensacola? Easy. Because he is so different from every other talk show host and TV host, and so much like the 3 million Ed Heads who tune him in for the unvarnished truth. He's a straight talking, no-nonsense voice of reason in unreasonable times.
    A veteran of 30 years in broadcasting, Schultz has covered some of the biggest events in American history. His gripping live network reports from Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. during the attacks of September 11th 2001 are the stuff of legend. Displaying quick thinking, composure and heart, Ed Schultz captured the moment through the voices of the biggest political names of the day on the spot and in the moment.
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    Randi Rhodes [3pm-6pm]

    Randi Rhodes, the Brooklyn native turned Miami broadcasting legend turned progressive talk radio pioneer became a national talk radio hero to millions in 2004 when she left her local South Florida program, where she had the #1 ranked talk show in her market, for national syndication.
    Randi is impeccably researched and infectiously funny; she pulls no punches and never fails to both enlighten and entertain. She starred in the HBO documentary 'Left of the Dial', was named Talkers Magazine's 2007 Woman of the Year and is probably watching C-SPAN right now.
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    Thom Hartmann [6pm-9pm]

    Thom Hartmann is the nation's #1 progressive radio talk show host (also simulcast as TV in 40 million homes by Dish Network/Free Speech TV), and the New York Times bestselling, 4-times project Censored winning author of 22 books in print in 17 languages on 5 continents.
    Last year, Talkers Magazine name Thom Hartmann as the 8th most important talk show host in America (10th the two previous years), and for all three years the #1 most important progressive host, in their “Heavy Hundred” ranking.
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    Clark Howard [9pm-10pm]

    Clark Howard is a nationally syndicated consumer expert who advises consumers how to save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. His radio show is heard every day on more than 200 radio stations throughout North America. His HLN show runs every Saturday and Sunday at 6am and noon ET, and he is a frequent guest on many other talk, variety and news programs.
    "Save more and spend less" is more than just a motto for Clark; it's a way of life. As a successful lifelong entrepreneur, media star and best-selling author, the Atlanta-based "consumer champion" is dedicated to helping Americans of all means get ahead in life.
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    Leslie Marshall [10pm-1am]

    Leslie Marshall is no newcomer to the world of talk radio; she has been a radio talk host for more than 20 years and a political pundit on national television for the past seven. Leslie was the youngest person ever to be nationally syndicated on radio when she replaced Tom Snyder on the ABC Satellite Radio Network in 1992. She was also the first woman to host an issues-oriented program nationwide.
    She started her broadcasting career as a radio news reporter at WBSM in New Bedford, Massachusetts, an hour outside of Boston. Hoping to move into television, Leslie took her news skills to Miami, Florida. While there, she started working at various stations, covering news, traffic, weather and even some disc jockey work
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