The Show Must Go NARN
posted at 4:02 pm on November 22, 2012 by Mitch Berg
As Ed noted yesterday, he’s leaving the Northern Alliance Radio Network after nearly nine years on the air.
I’ve had people ask “so what’s next?”
For starters – I’ll probably focus a little harder on Minnesota issues. AM1280 currently carries Bill Bennett, Mike Gallagher, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Hugh Hewitt, Dennis Miller and Mark Levin – so we’ve got the national stuff triple-covered; Minnesota just elected two chambers of liberals in its legislature, Something’s gotta stand in the way off Minnesota becoming a cold California, a Greece with bland tan food. If that’s us? Well, someone’s gotta do it.
Beyond that? Look for an expanded roster of regular guests – sort of like Hugh Hewitt’s weekly line-up, but we won’t talk about college football nearly as much. And Ed’ll be back as a guest, as events and his schedule allow.
The webcast will continue, but it’ll move to a new account. Stay tuned here and on my real blog, Shot In The Dark,, for an update before Saturday. And maybe we’ll get Brad Carlson (who does the Sunday “The Closer” edition, from 1-3PM) to do the webcast too…
If you want to see what the Democrats are going to do in four years, look to Minnesota today. Or every Saturday and Sunday from 1-3PM Central time, anyway.
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