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    991 fm is now Bloomberg radio!


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    Never really was a contender.

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    Bloomberg just regurgitates the position of the elites

    Quote Originally Posted by patk View Post

    Bloomberg is just regurgitated elitist material. We already know the position of Clinton, Bush, Rubio (Rubio is the same person that is pretending to be ant-immigration but he wants to triple H1B visas) and the rest of the elitists in Washington DC.

    When will a news organization that actually represents the will of the people emerge from this scrap heap of propaganda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshzz View Post

    When will a news organization that actually represents the will of the people emerge from this scrap heap of propaganda?
    They also have WPFW Pacifica News in DC. Is that what you mean? I also think there's a station that runs Al Jazeera in the DC area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshzz View Post
    Bloomberg is just regurgitated elitist material.
    It's hardly "elitist" material. It is simply news of interest to business people without much of the car chase and celebrity news covered elsewhere.
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    D.C. is probably the only market in the nation where anybody would listen to Al Jazeera on the radio.

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    Not true. I'd listen to it from time to time, when NPR is on some boring shows/segments. Probably wouldn't gain too many more listeners anywhere, though.

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    Cathy Hughes missed a golden opportunity to buy that station and put a Gospel format on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klutch00 View Post
    Cathy Hughes missed a golden opportunity to buy that station and put a Gospel format on it!
    CBS has missed an opportunity to make that it into another urban gospel to compliment WPGC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilamanjero View Post
    CBS has missed an opportunity to make that it into another urban gospel to compliment WPGC.
    It's really not their expertise. I doubt they could make as much money with gospel as they're now making with Bloomberg.

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