Ozark radio station silent... for now

Ozark radio station silent... for now

There are 1 comment on the Dothan Eagle story from Sep 3, 2008, titled Ozark radio station silent... for now. In it, Dothan Eagle reports that:

WRJM 93.7 FM listeners who heard an earful of static instead of news talk on Wednesday might hear even more of the noise over the next few days.

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Jeff from Ozark

United States

#1 Sep 10, 2008
This area is ripe for controversial political
exchanges.A good show would have garnered alot
of advertisers. Between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
you have numerous drivers commuting home from
work plus many truckers who tuned in.
The ball has always been dropped because the
hosts have always been willing to bend to the
callers opinions.
You come up with a true conservative and a
true liberal hosting at the same time and you've
got real dynamite.In the past the conservative
hosts have always acted like they were just playing the part.
Get REAL and you get REAL sponsors.
I would do it, but I have a real job. Good
luck.

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