Thursday, March 8, 2012

Dead Air in Limblab Land: As the Screws Turn

According to RawStory tonight:

"Media Matters noticed that on at least two occasions on Thursday, Limbaugh’s flagship station in New York, WABC, broadcast several minutes of dead air during commercial breaks. ...

"AdAge determined that nearly half of the 69 commercial spots during Thursday’s show had been replaced with public service announcements.

"Dead air happens when a radio or television station fails to broadcast anything over a period of time. It is generally considered to be one of the worst things that can happen in broadcast industry."


  1. Oh, MEDIA MATTERS noticed. Well, that's objective journalism. When the left can't win in the realm of ideas, the only resort is to blacklisting.

  2. Robin: The left can--and does--win in the "realm of ideas." I don't know who's being blacklisted, either. Boycotting is as American as Capitalism. Ask a capitalist.