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Former Satellite Music Network Networks - Later Added By ABC
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Air America (radio Network) - History - Launch and Rapid Growth
... affiliate, and, at noon Eastern time on March 31, the newly renamed Air America Radio Network was launched ... Air America Radio was then the only all-progressive talk radio network ... America Radio Network, which was home to hosts such as Thom Hartmann, Peter Werbe, and Mike Malloy, never gained national attention ...
Mike Malloy - Radio Career
... Malloy began his radio career in 1985 as an apprentice with Ludlow Porch of WCNN in Atlanta (not related with CNN) ... a late-night show on WRFG, a non-commercial FM station in Atlanta known as Radio Free Georgia ... ranked Malloy in its Heavy Hundred listing, and Malloy won an Achievement in Radio award for best overnight radio show in Chicago ...
List Of United States Radio Networks - Commercial Broadcasters
... Accent Radio Network Agri Broadcasting Network (ABN, founded by Ed Johnson, now owned by AdVance Broadcast Communication, Ltd.) Air America Radio All Comedy Radio American Blues ... United Stations Radio Networks The New York-based company was founded in 1994 by radio pioneers Dick Clark and Nick Verbitsky and remains the country's largest independently owned and ... Also see RKO Radio Network ...

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    Francis Ford Coppola (b. 1939)