Sunday, February 1, 2009

Morse gets new afternoon show

From the inbox:

Chuck Morse, one of the most conservative and controversial radio talk show hosts in the Northeast market, has opened the microphones for “Talking With Chuck and Phil” weekdays at WBNW, a business and finance station at 1120 AM reaching professionals in the Boston market.

Morse has been named one of the top 100 radio show hosts by Talkers Magazine, the industry’s trade publication, and his show promotes conservative causes in the most liberal political enclave in America.

“I am proud to work alongside WBNW’s Barry Armstrong, host of “Money Matters” and to have as co-host my colleague Phil Keon,” Morse said. “Our program will focus on political, social and cultural issues in the news, and we are looking forward to inviting prominent Boston area newsmakers, businessmen, academics, media experts and conservative intellectuals,” Morse said.

“Talking With Chuck and Phil” will air Monday through Friday from 2-4 p.m. The show is simulcast on WPLM, Plymouth and WESO, Southbridge and "Chuck Morse Today" a one-minute news commentary written and delivered by Morse broadcasts daily and is syndicated to radio stations across the nation.

Morse was the 2004 Republican nominee for Congress in the Fourth District, which stretches from Brookline to the Rhode Island border. He is the author of several books espousing conservative philosophies and is widely sought as a speaker at forums and debates throughout the region.

“This is a very exciting time for conservatives across America,” Morse said. “The Obama administration follies have already offended many Americans, and Republicans are sharpening their message in preparation for the 2010 mid-term Congressional elections.”

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