Radio Wars

RADIO WARS….The New York Post claims to have the scoop on the long-awaited liberal talk show network. The Post says the network has signed up the aptly named WLIB in New York City, which “broadcasts a strong signal over New York City, Westchester and a nice chunk of eastern New Jersey,” and could be up and running by April.

The lineup is Al Franken at noon going up against Rush Limbaugh; Randi Rhodes against Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly; and Janeane Garofalo in the 8-11 pm slot.

Sounds like fun.

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