Radio Programs

From penny press to Snapchat: Parents fret through the ages

Sep 3, 2018

Adults have worried about the new types of media and technology their kids spend time with since the days of dime novels and rock n' roll

Alex Jones accused of destroying evidence in defamation case

Aug 17, 2018

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been accused of destroying evidence relevant to the case of families from Sandy Hook Elementary School who are suing him for claiming the massacre was a hoax

Lightning strike sends Wisconsin radio host to hospital

Aug 17, 2018

A lightning strike knocked a Wisconsin sports talk radio host off the air _ and sent him to the hospital

Missouri Republicans slam House GOP primary winner: 'Vile'

Aug 10, 2018

Missouri Republican leaders are condemning the winner of a GOP primary for a northwest Missouri seat who has said on a radio show that "Hitler was right" and promoted conspiracies about Jewish "cabals" that torture children

The Latest: Trump: I'm torn on when to shut down government

Aug 3, 2018

President Donald Trump says he remains "a little bit torn" about whether it would be better to shut down the government before or after the midterm elections in an effort to secure funding for his long-promised border wall

Sheriff: Radio host Art Bell died of prescription overdose

Aug 2, 2018

Authorities in Nevada say Art Bell, a syndicated radio host best known for nightly shows in the 1990s about paranormal themes and conspiracy theories, died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs

The Latest: Radio hosts suspended 10 days for using slur

Jul 26, 2018

The hosts of a popular New Jersey radio show have been suspended 10 days for calling the nation's first Sikh attorney general "turban man."

Brian France says family is committed to running NASCAR

Jul 25, 2018

NASCAR Chairman Brian France says his family is committed to running the nation's top auto racing series

New co-hosts chosen for NPR's 'On Point' news and talk show

Jul 25, 2018

Two co-hosts are taking the helm of a successful National Public Radio program whose previous host was accused of workplace abuse

MPR dismisses Keillor's son, 2 others from 'Prairie Home'

Jul 24, 2018

Minnesota Public Radio has dismissed three longtime employees of the former "A Prairie Home Companion" show, including the son of creator and ex-host Garrison Keillor.

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