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    I think if the check or credit card clears, that's all WWCR cares about

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8oldies View Post
    I think if the check or credit card clears, that's all WWCR cares about
    What? come on here theres no way F.W. Robbert Broadcasting the owner of WWCR could be that insane and let a scandal plagued talk show host who is more deranged than Bill O'Reilly stay on their stations for that long as Alex Jones is at court right now. At some point all of Alex Jones radio affiliates will have to face the same backlash that Youtube is getting such as a boycott threat over Alex Joneses scandals.

    Alex Jones and Infowars just made the Bill O'Reilly scandal look mundane in comparison. Theres more drama with this Child Custody trial here and the judge and jury has to decide which Alex jones scandal is acting and which alex jones scandal is real?

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    Interesting thing: no matter the radio station, no matter the rates, the check has to clear and there is never enough business/sales. Whether #1 or the bottom of the barrel, the sale is always important and the check clearing is just as important. Many times there is less concern about content of the paid programming because the programmer is responsible for the consequences. Ain't nothing like pulling a paying client that ties up your time with complaints and lowers your reputation only to be sued for doing so. It helps to have a very defined programming description pages long.

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    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli...icle-1.3077764

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefi...nce-alex-jones

    Apparently Alex Jones is in a "New Scandal" the Newtown School board has lobbied President Trump to denounce Alex Jones because Infowars is a Sandy Hook denier. Wow this is on top of the child custody scandal plus the Pizzagate scandal that sparked the recent Youtube boycott and Facebook to crack down on "Fake News". Damn Alex Jones and Infowars has managed to be in more scandals at the same time than even the now removed talk show host Bill O'Reilly.


    The Newtown Board of Education has written a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to speak out against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, The Associated Press reported.

    Jones, the host of the radio program “Infowars," has alleged multiple times that the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 20 children was a hoax.

    Trump praised Jones in December of 2015, telling him "Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down."

    Trump appeared on Jones's show in December.

    “We are asking you to intervene to try to stop Jones and other hoaxers like him," the letter to Trump reads.

    The school board sent the letter in February asking Trump to denounce Jones and other conspiracy theorists because of the harmful effects their comments have had on the victims' families, but have yet to receive a response.

    ABC News reported that since the 2012 massacre, relatives of victims have been harassed by conspiracy theorists and have even received death threats.

    The White House told the AP when asked about the letter that “President Trump has been quite clear that we, as a nation, are united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadioPatrol View Post
    What? come on here theres no way F.W. Robbert Broadcasting the owner of WWCR could be that insane and let a scandal plagued talk show host who is more deranged than Bill O'Reilly stay on their stations for that long as Alex Jones is at court right now. At some point all of Alex Jones radio affiliates will have to face the same backlash that Youtube is getting such as a boycott threat over Alex Joneses scandals.

    Alex Jones and Infowars just made the Bill O'Reilly scandal look mundane in comparison. Theres more drama with this Child Custody trial here and the judge and jury has to decide which Alex jones scandal is acting and which alex jones scandal is real?
    They carried "Brother" Stair for years and nothing he has ever done has stopped them, except for eventually not paying for his air time. The management of the FW Robbert stations will let anything on as long as they can get the money for it. They claim to be "Christian" stations but their real god is the almighty dollar.

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    http://www.statesman.com/news/state-...8wTvAt9buN2PO/

    The Austin Statesman is at the courtroom giving a play by play on the Alex Jones Child Custody trial.

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    Please understand that many Christian formatted stations have selected that format to carve out their niche in the market. In other words, many are not ministries but rather commercial businesses. Even if owned by 'Christians' that does not mean the radio station reflects anyone's particular 'brand' of Christianity or so called Christianity to some. I believe in the FW Robbert case, they are commercial broadcasters running businesses that have chosen a Christian format and whatever they can sell in hours that are low demand among Christian clients (I could barely sell anything on Saturday to a ministry but the foreign language programmers sure wanted the time). In fact the station I worked that sold time chose a Christian format but we evolved to block time sales to mostly foreign language programmers. We would have sold to Alex Jones and at one point Bro. Stair was on about an hour a day at a rate that was pretty low (ie: nobody else will take it so what will you give me for that hour?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadioPatrol View Post
    http://www.statesman.com/news/state-...8wTvAt9buN2PO/

    The Austin Statesman is at the courtroom giving a play by play on the Alex Jones Child Custody trial.
    http://www.statesman.com/news/state-...8wTvAt9buN2PO/

    Wow the trial gets more bizarre here the president name gets dropped in this trial.

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    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/rig...nal-2017-04-20

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...g-on-wife.html

    Here's a Summary from the Alex Jones Custody Trial today.


    AUSTIN — George Soros super weed, Star Trek lizard people, and partial amnesia caused by a big bowl of Texas chili all made appearances as Alex Jones took the stand for the second day of testimony in the Infowars founder’s custody battle on Thursday.
    Jones faced needling questioning by his ex-wife’s attorney Billy Newman, and seemed ready to tie his own noose, especially on the topic of his previous infidelity. Although Jones finished his second day of testimony without going “full Infowars” on the stand, there were moments when the line between his on-air persona and the embattled father fighting for his kids appeared blurred.
    The strategy of his ex-wife Kelly Jones’ legal team appeared to be two-pronged: damage Jones’ credibility and bait him into a witness stand meltdown straight out of an Infowars rant. The legal team—led by Bobby Newman—had mixed success, and the worst damage to Jones appeared to be self-inflicted.
    Under questioning, Jones said that alcohol was not an issue for him, and moments later Newman played an Infowars clip in which Jones said “I don’t do this anymore, but I can drink an entire jug of Jack Daniels and not show it.” Jones also denied that he had ever been drunk on his show, and said that sometimes he drinks two drinks a day, sometimes only every few months, but that, “it makes me fat so I try to cut back."
    The questioning began, however, with Newman asking Jones about a statement Jones made in his deposition, when he said he couldn’t recall the names of his children’s teachers because he, “had a big bowl of chili for lunch."
    Jones confirmed the amnesia-inducing qualities of chili from the Texas Chili Parlor down the street from the courthouse, which scored an unsolicited product placement, and clarified that on Thursday he only had two breakfast tacos and should not suffer any memory problems.

    Jones also returned to the headline-inducing statement by his legal team that his on-air persona is an act. He said he agrees with this assertion, but “not the way the media is presenting it, they are playing mind games with the public." (Earlier in the hallway, he referred to a group of reporters as “famous fiction writers” and told another reporter “man you must be so desperate.")
    As Jones explained it, the political stances he believes in are absolutely real, and Infowars is 90% news with some comical, satirical bits, including one where he “dresses as the Star Trek Lizard and says kids take your vaccines."
    He also took the occasion to call out Stephen Colbert for "making fun of me this week" and asked whether or not Colbert "brings his character home to his kids."
    Jones denied that he ever takes his bombastic behavior home to his kids, though he did say he films his show often at home—with the door closed.
    The comical and strange Jones moments on the stand were entertaining, but probably not as damaging as the portion where he confirmed that he had slept with a woman other than his wife prior to their marriage. In his deposition, he confirmed it took place while he and his new wife were engaged, but in court on Thursday he sputtered and contradicted himself.
    Angry and under attack, Jones was asked if what his ex-wife’s positive qualities were as a mother, to which he said “I can’t perjure myself, she doesn’t have any good qualities [as a mother].” This contradicted repeated statements made by Jones that he had made great efforts to increase their shared custody and make his children spend time with their mother.

    Wow Expect the ride to get wilder until the verdicts come out.

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    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/rig...nal-2017-04-20

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...g-on-wife.html

    Here's a Summary from the Alex Jones Custody Trial today.


    AUSTIN — George Soros super weed, Star Trek lizard people, and partial amnesia caused by a big bowl of Texas chili all made appearances as Alex Jones took the stand for the second day of testimony in the Infowars founder’s custody battle on Thursday.
    Jones faced needling questioning by his ex-wife’s attorney Billy Newman, and seemed ready to tie his own noose, especially on the topic of his previous infidelity. Although Jones finished his second day of testimony without going “full Infowars” on the stand, there were moments when the line between his on-air persona and the embattled father fighting for his kids appeared blurred.
    The strategy of his ex-wife Kelly Jones’ legal team appeared to be two-pronged: damage Jones’ credibility and bait him into a witness stand meltdown straight out of an Infowars rant. The legal team—led by Bobby Newman—had mixed success, and the worst damage to Jones appeared to be self-inflicted.
    Under questioning, Jones said that alcohol was not an issue for him, and moments later Newman played an Infowars clip in which Jones said “I don’t do this anymore, but I can drink an entire jug of Jack Daniels and not show it.” Jones also denied that he had ever been drunk on his show, and said that sometimes he drinks two drinks a day, sometimes only every few months, but that, “it makes me fat so I try to cut back."
    The questioning began, however, with Newman asking Jones about a statement Jones made in his deposition, when he said he couldn’t recall the names of his children’s teachers because he, “had a big bowl of chili for lunch."
    Jones confirmed the amnesia-inducing qualities of chili from the Texas Chili Parlor down the street from the courthouse, which scored an unsolicited product placement, and clarified that on Thursday he only had two breakfast tacos and should not suffer any memory problems.

    Jones also returned to the headline-inducing statement by his legal team that his on-air persona is an act. He said he agrees with this assertion, but “not the way the media is presenting it, they are playing mind games with the public." (Earlier in the hallway, he referred to a group of reporters as “famous fiction writers” and told another reporter “man you must be so desperate.")
    As Jones explained it, the political stances he believes in are absolutely real, and Infowars is 90% news with some comical, satirical bits, including one where he “dresses as the Star Trek Lizard and says kids take your vaccines."
    He also took the occasion to call out Stephen Colbert for "making fun of me this week" and asked whether or not Colbert "brings his character home to his kids."
    Jones denied that he ever takes his bombastic behavior home to his kids, though he did say he films his show often at home—with the door closed.
    The comical and strange Jones moments on the stand were entertaining, but probably not as damaging as the portion where he confirmed that he had slept with a woman other than his wife prior to their marriage. In his deposition, he confirmed it took place while he and his new wife were engaged, but in court on Thursday he sputtered and contradicted himself.
    Angry and under attack, Jones was asked if what his ex-wife’s positive qualities were as a mother, to which he said “I can’t perjure myself, she doesn’t have any good qualities [as a mother].” This contradicted repeated statements made by Jones that he had made great efforts to increase their shared custody and make his children spend time with their mother.

    Wow Expect the ride to get wilder until the verdicts come out.

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