Rush Limbaugh Show Off Major Philadelphia Radio Station

New York Times, Tuesday, April 10, 2012 3:37 PM
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"The Rush Limbaugh Show" wlll leave WPHT, the "dominant conservative talk radio station in Philadelphia, one of the biggest radio markets in the country," writes Brian Stelter. The exact time frame of the change is unclear, but Limbaugh will be replaced by moderate Philadelphia native Michael Smerconish.

While "the move does not appear to be directly related to the recent ad boycott against Mr. Limbaugh," still it's "likely to gain attention because Mr. Limbaugh’s show has been under scrutiny lately," according to Stelter. And oh, yes, Rush's syndicator will be moving him to another Philadelphia station -- possibly "WKDN, a Christian programming station that is expected to be turned into a news-talk station soon," writes Stelter.

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