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Christian and Non-Christian Talk Radio and the End of the World

Preachers have flocked to radio since it's very beginning. It is not hard to understand why. Radio offers an easy power of magnification which has been used over and over again by ministries and individuals looking to spread the gospel. Not so often, but still regularly, charlatans looking to prey on gullible have found televangelism and easy way to make a fast buck. Read more.

Radio Cashes in on The End of the World
People responsible for promoting things - anything - know that promotions work better when you can tie the product or service to a high-profile event. That's why there are sales around holidays like Presidents Day, Valentine's Day, July 4th, etc. Well, "The End of the World" has been ripe for plucking according to a lot of radio shows and radio...

Radio Shows and Podcasts for Surviving Doomsday, Disasters, and Zombies
If you feel the need to prepare for an eventual catastrophic calamity, a terrorist attack, natural disaster, or Mayan Calendar prediction then you might like some tips from some of the radio shows and podcasts available online for survivalists. Read more.

Radio Preacher Predicts End of World, Mayans Miffed and Demand Retraction
Harold Camping, the preacher who owns a network of Christian-based radio stations, is back with another prediction for the end of the world. But, this time the folks behind the Mayan Calendar are taking issue with it because he's interfering with their business. Read more. (Satire)

Christian Talk Radio Judgement Day Scare Reaps Family Inheritance
The fallout from Family Radio's erroneous prophet, Harold Camping, continues to settle. Now, comes word that one follower gave $250,000 to the radio ministry before she died in early May. But, one family member thinks if her aunt had lived long enough to see the world not end as predicted, it would have affected her donation. Read more.

Radio Stations: For the Next Scheduled 'End of the World' Try The Last Format
I know how disappointed some folks are that the world didn't end this past weekend (May 21, 2011) as predicted by Harold Camping and his Family Radio ministry. Not to worry. The world is still on course for a certain demise on December 21, 2012 when the Mayan Calendar ends. That's why I'm here to let you radio station owners know I've got just the thing to perk up your ratings until then: "The Last Format". Read more

Rockin' the End of the World on 98.6 K-DUN
With Saturday predicted to be the end of the world by preacher Harold Camping and his network of Family Radio stations, we thought you might like to see how the end of the world is affecting some independent radio stations who have jumped on the band wagon - just for ratings. Read more.

Christian Talk Radio Brings You: The End of the World
Judgement Day is scheduled for May 21, 2011. What's that? You thought you had until December 21, 2012 according to the Mayan Calendar? Yeah, well about that... It seems the Mayans have been eclipsed by a man named Harold Camping, an 89-year-old preacher and the founder of Family Radio. Read more.

Family Radio Network Uses Billboards to Announce Judgment Day
Harold Camping's Family Radio network of stations is promoting the end of the world on May 21, 2011. As if a radio network wasn't enough, the Christian-based radio stations have been coupling a billboard campaign with Camping's judgement day programming. Read more.

The Clear Channel Banned Songs List - Songs Not to Play if the World's Ending
One of the most famous stories of banned songs occurred several days after September 11, 2001. It's alleged a list of songs not to play was issued by Clear Channel Radio to company Program Directors. There's more to this story - read it here.

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