Friday, May 12, 2006
As first reported here on OMW, Clear Channel talk WHLO/640 Akron is indeed expanding the live clearance of Premiere's Glenn Beck - to its full 9 AM to noon time slot.
The station had polled listeners via its website about the change. Beck has been airing for only two hours (10 AM-noon) due to the repeat of the first hour of the morning show hosted by WPGB/104.7 Pittsburgh's Jim Quinn and Rose Somma Tennent. At least a part of the reason for the Quinn and Rose repeat was due to the station's weaker night-time signal, which encroaches into morning drive during much of the winter months.
Posted by Ohio Media Watch at 3:31 PM