From Robert Feder's column in last Saturday's Sun-Times:
As if last week's two-day blackout weren't disruptive enough, the fledgling Air America liberal talk radio network is about to lose its Chicago outlet on WNDT-AM (950) for good. As of next Friday, Air America will sever ties with WNDT's owner, Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, in a settlement over a payment dispute.
While Al Franken, Janeane Garofalo and the rest of the lineup continue to be accessible at airamericaradio.com and on XM Satellite Radio, no word yet on a new broadcast outlet here. Air America says it's "in discussions" on securing another signal.
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