Excellent NYT Article!

After Apology, National Advertisers Are Still Shunning Limbaugh

IN place of paid advertisers, public service announcements now fill some of the time between Rush Limbaugh’s monologues on radio stations, a consequence of an ad boycott against the conservative talk show host that is now nearly two weeks old.

Rush Limbaugh is under fire for comments about a law student.

It is, analysts say, the most serious rebellion against “The Rush Limbaugh Show” in the more than 20 years that the show has been broadcast. This week, new evidence emerged that the ad boycott was costing Premiere Radio Networks — the show’s syndicator — money, though the total amounts are unclear.  Finish reading story here

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  1. rantall@aol.com
    March 14, 2012 at 10:17 am

    Keep the pressure on!

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