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Controversial conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh is being dropped by the Boston-based radio station, WRKO AM. According to RadioInsight, Limbaugh’s three-year agreement with the network is coming to an end, and it appears a renewal agreement has not been reached.
Premiere Radio Networks, Rush Limbaugh’s syndicator, released a statement regarding the contract not being renewed.
“We were unable to reach agreeable terms for The Rush Limbaugh Show to continue on WRKO. A final broadcast date will be announced in the near future. Rush Limbaugh airs daily in every measured media market in America, and we look forward to announcing exciting news for our Boston listeners soon.”
The press will no doubt be mobbing Sandra Fluke, just as soon as they can locate her.
Of course this is not even a high-speed bump for Rush’s mega radio franchise; he will sign another station in Boston within a month, and the station that signs him will see its Arbitron ratings skyrocket.
The fact is, that Limbaugh’s syndication parent, Clear Channel, has been shuffling stations in major and middle markets nationwide for some time, in order to strengthen its position against its chief competitor, Cumulus.
So use helmet protection, lefties. Rush will be around to make liberals’ heads explode for the foreseeable future.
But look on the upside. You’ll get to tweet and blog despicable things about him for his friends and family to read when he dies.
How great is that.
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