1. Computing
Corey Deitz

Dennis Miller Prepares for Debut of New Radio Show

By March 24, 2007

Follow me on:

This Monday, March 26, comedian/TV personality Dennis Miller launches his new syndicated radio show, aimed at adults 25 - 54 years of age. The 3-hour program will air live weedays from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. (ET) and be delivered to affiliates via satellite. So far, NewsMax.com reports Miller's show will debut on at least 80 stations. (Right: Dennis Miller, Photo Credit: Westwood One)

Guests on his first show include: Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, comedian Dana Carvey, and conservative writer David Horowitz.

Miller's website is running a series of promotional slogans about the show including:
"When he talks, it really smarts"
"I rant, therefore I am." - The King of Rants
"Part Libertarian, Part Objectivist, Part Conservative."

Listen Online: If you don't find Miller's program on a local radio station, you can hear it online from various affiliates including News Talk 870 KRLA/Los Angeles.

What Happened On This Day in Radio History: March 24

Comments
No comments yet. Leave a Comment
Leave a Comment

Line and paragraph breaks are automatic. Some HTML allowed: <a href="" title="">, <b>, <i>, <strike>

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.