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talk radio
▪ And humor, after all, is the sugar coating that makes talk radio a smooth pill to swallow.
▪ Newspapers and talk radio would find themselves with large chunks of blank space and dead air.
▪ The first 20 minutes were no fluke, as they are probably saying on talk radio shows in Kentucky right this moment.
▪ The ridicule and disparagement on talk radio confirms why an Ebonics program makes sense.
talk radio

alt. programming format with discussions about topical issues. n. programming format with discussions about topical issues.

Talk Radio

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Talk Radio (film)

Talk Radio is a 1988 American drama film, starring Eric Bogosian, Ellen Greene, and Leslie Hope. Directed by Oliver Stone, the film was based on the play by Bogosian and Tad Savinar. Portions of the film and play were based on the assassination of radio host Alan Berg in 1984 and the book Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg by Stephen Singular. The film was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear.

Talk Radio (XM)

Talk Radio was a talk radio channel available on XM Satellite Radio. Owned by Clear Channel Broadcasting, Inc., Talk featured terrestrial radio show simulcasts and tape delay broadcasts from across the United States. Advertising sales are handled by Premiere Networks.

From 2001 to 2013, Talk Radio was one of eleven Clear Channel stations broadcast over XM Satellite Radio. During the second quarter of fiscal year 2013, Clear Channel sold off its ownership stake in Sirius XM Radio. As a result of the sale, nine of Clear Channel's eleven XM stations, including Talk Radio, ceased broadcast over XM Satellite Radio on October 18, 2013.

Talk Radio (play)

Talk Radio is a 1987 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play written by Eric Bogosian, based on a concept by Bogosian and Tad Savinar.

Usage examples of "talk radio".

He had primed himself to use that terrible word rape, that awful knowledge he'd had, that his talk radio had been the rape of her soul.

When a conservative can be the biggest thing in talk radio, earning $30 million a year and attracting 20 million devoted listeners every week - all while addicted to drugs - I'll admit liberals have reason to believe that conservatives are some sort of superrace, incorruptible by original sin.

Using the push-to-talk radio versus the Flitephone was a pain, Scott thought, as he pressed the transmit button again.

The house is already hectic with traffic and talk radio and steam pounding through the pipes inside the wall.

Admittedly, talk radio is not quite as demanding as relieving oneself in a Bronx bathroom.

It was definitely a lucky stroke that his car radio had been tuned to the talk radio station on Friday.

Nancy, who liked talk radio and dance music, and Czernobog, who favored classical music, the gloomier the better, leavened with the more extreme evangelical religious stations.