Why I don’t listen to NPR anymore
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A radio program hosted by Glenn Beck is an especially egregious example of how NPR has fallen out of favor.
It’s not as if the show has lost its cachet, nor has its reputation.
But the fact that it is being hosted by a former Fox News personality suggests that Beck and his guests have no intention of following through with their plan to re-brand the program and get it back on its feet.
Radio Free Tom is a show hosted by conservative talk show host Glenn Beck that airs in part in the United States.
It is one of the most popular programs on the radio, attracting tens of millions of listeners and hundreds of thousands of viewers per episode.
Beck was a guest on the show earlier this year, and it has become a staple of the network.
But that’s not the same thing as being a guest.
Since being brought on board, Beck has taken to calling the show “the biggest political joke in radio,” which is a bit of an understatement.
The show features guests like Sean Hannity, Steve Deace, Mike Gallagher, Matt Drudge, and Michael Savage.
The hosts discuss their political views and discuss the upcoming election.
The show is usually quite controversial, with many listeners questioning whether the hosts are just talking to themselves or actually listening to people.
That’s why the show is considered such a good source of entertainment for the conservative base.
But now that Beck has left the show, the show’s popularity has plummeted.
This week, The New York Times published an article entitled “Radio Free” was no longer a favorite of Glenn Beck.
The article states that the show no longer has the following number of listeners: 2.6 million.
That number is down from the 3.6 mil that the hosts have over the past three years.
According to the article, “The ratings decline of ‘Radio Free’ has been so pronounced that the program has lost a fifth of its audience in just five years.
Radio Free Tom now has a 2.8 million weekly listeners, down from 3.5 million last year.
The station’s weekly average has fallen from 1.6 to 1.3 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan data.”
The New York Post reported the same statistic last month.
NPR, as you can imagine, is concerned about the loss of revenue.
They’re calling it a “lost year.”
As a result, the network is in the process of relocating the program.
It will move to an entirely new radio station in San Diego, California.
If you’re still on the old show, it’s probably better to just go elsewhere.
Now that the host is gone, the hosts may be reconsidering whether or not to take on a new show.
A new host could be a good idea.
But I’m not buying it.
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