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The Bill Press Show (3 AM to 6 AM)...

Bill Press began his career as a political insider and media commentator on KABC-TV and KCOP-TV, both in Los Angeles.

The former co-host of MSNBC’s Buchanan and Press, CNN’s Crossfire and The Spin Room, Press has built a national reputation on thought-provoking and humorous insights from the left side of the political aisle.

Press has received numerous awards for his work, including four Emmys and a Golden Mike Award. In 1992, the Associated Press named him Best Commentator of the Year.  (more info.)

 


The Stephanie Miller Show (6 AM to 9 AM)...

These days, Stephanie Miller has emerged as a favorite of the cable news channels as political coverage dominates.

She’s quite possibly the most watched guest personality on MSNBC without her own show… when the I-Man took his vacation from radio, MSNBC selected her to her bridge the gap until they sorted out what they wanted to do.  CNN calls often… Fox takes a chance every once in a while and puts her on Cavuto and other shows so their “fair and balanced” claim can hold up.   

In a word, she’s hot.  (more info.)

 

The Ed Shultz Show (9 AM to 12 PM)...

Why is the Ed Schultz Show hotter than a polar bear in Pensacola?  Easy. Because he is so different from every other talk show host on the dial and so much like the 3 million Ed Heads who tune him in for the unvarnished truth.

He’s a straight talking, no-nonsense voice of reason in unreasonable times.

While others preen and pontificate, Ed Schultz keeps the lines wide open for his listeners-making good on his boast that The Ed Schultz Show is Where America Comes to Talk. No radio talk show is as accessible.  (more info.)

 


The Randi Rhodes Show (12 PM to 3 PM)...

A Brooklyn native and former U.S. Air Force aircraft mechanic, Randi began her career in radio at a Country music station in Seminole, Texas. She enjoyed stints in Mobile, Alabama, as well as New York’s WAPP-FM, Milwaukee’s WQFM and West Palm Beach’s WJNO-AM.

In 1992, she landed at Miami’s WIOD-AM, where she took over the station’s 8-11 p.m. timeslot and was ranked #1 in the market. In 2004, Air America Radio began nationally syndicating her program. In addition, Randi starred in the HBO documentary Left of the Dial, and was named “Woman of the Year” by Talkers Magazine in 2007.  (more info.)

 

The Thom Hartmann Show (3 PM to 6 PM) ...

Thom Hartmann is live daily from 3 PM ET - 6 PM ET. He is also a four-time Project Censored-award-winning, New York Times best-selling author. His national daily progressive radio talk show, now in its sixth year on the air, replaced Al Franken on the Air America Radio Network, is also distributed to radio stations nationwide on the Jones Satellite system. More people listen daily to the Thom Hartmann Program than any other progressive talk show in the nation.  (more info.)

 

The Leslie Marshall Show (6 PM to 7 PM)...

Leslie Marshall joins the KPHX lineup on 1/6/2014. Call in Live at 888-6LESLIE. (more info.)

 

The Alan Colmes Show (7 PM to 10 PM)...

After penetrating the Boston market with a hit radio show on WZLX, Colmes went from major market success to national talk radio prominence in 1990 with his fast-paced and informative afternoon news-driven show, which aired daily on hundreds of affiliates nationwide. Most recently, he returned to radio as host of a news-driven late-night talk show "The Alan Colmes Show," which is syndicated by the FOX News Channel.

Alan Colmes joined FOX News Channel in 1996. He served as the liberal counterpart and co-host of "Hannity & Colmes," a one-hour debate-driven talk show focusing on controversial newsmakers and issues of the day.After a string of successful radio shows on WNBC, WABC and WMCA in New York, Colmes gained a reputation as a hard-hitting liberal known for his electric commentary on the American agenda. He has interviewed many key political figures, which include Former President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Steve Forbes, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Ralph Nader and Ken Starr. (more info.)

 

The Mike Malloy Show (10 PM to 1 AM)...

Mike Malloy came to talk radio by serendipity. Writing for CNN in 1987, a friend at an Atlanta radio station told him there was an opening for a weekend talk show host, if working for no pay was acceptable. Malloy gave it a try and decided it was more fun than actually working for a living at CNN. He was hooked and within a few months was being paid enough to cover basic necessities like rent, food and beer. But, that was a long time ago. His radio experience includes the 50,000 watt blow-torches in both the South and the Midwest, respectively WSB-AM in Atlanta and WLS-AM in Chicago, and as one of the original hosts on Air America... (more info.)

 

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