talagaster wrote: I wish more content producers would pony up the money for a multi-person team for talk radio, there's so much more energy when you've got the synergy of two or three people that can just bounce off of each other .
Very true. Probably your 4 to 6 local talk show will have to be a little bit light. Sort of like the Wisconson Guys on 1670, only with some, you know, intelligence.
(Speaking of intelligence, how did Kathleen Dunn get a job on public radio? And why does WPR give us a second dosing of Kathleen Dunn and Jean Ferracca at night? Jean is interesting at times, but her shows are rather esoteric, to put it kindly.)
Hey, bring back Michael Feldman to local radio! Not really, once a week is enough.
Mitch Hank does a good job with his local talk show. Perhaps he could be sent to a re-education camp and converted into a liberal MIC talker.