October 15, 2006
MATEA GOLD included Fox News' phrase that their intent is to be "fair and balanced" ["Up Next, Wrangling Respect," Oct. 8]. Here are Chris Wallace's Fox News guests Oct. 8: Rep. Jack Kingston (Republican congressman from Georgia), Tony Perkins of the conservative Christian organization Family Research Council, right-wing media spokesman David Bossie and right-wing radio personality Laura Ingraham. Seems like a reasonable range of views will indeed be represented -- right, far right, farther right and farthest right.
September 12, 2008 |
Radio station KGIL-AM (1260) on Monday is replacing veteran talk-show host Michael Jackson with Laura Ingraham. Ingraham will be heard on KGIL weekdays from 6-9 a.m. The British-born Jackson began on L.A. airwaves in 1963 and was heard on KABC-AM (790) for three decades. He came out of retirement last October after five years to take the gig on KGIL. The conservative Ingraham, the most listened-to woman in political talk radio, is currently heard in 23 of the top 25 metropolitan markets.
June 20, 2000
As a married woman and mother of two, I am amused by Laura Ingraham and her pathetic attempts to paint Hillary Rodham Clinton as failing to uphold "family values" ("Hillary and Pillory," June 9). Apparently, Ms. Ingraham and her conservative buddies just can't stand it that throughout her husband's presidency, especially during the impeachment dog-and-pony show, Hillary behaved with unfailing class and dignity as a married woman and a parent. She has kept her family together--while Ingraham's conservative male counterparts in the House and Senate, the "family values" cadre, were busily disposing of their used wives.
September 9, 2009 |
Moving to complete the talk format that takes to the air today, KFWB-AM (980) said Tuesday that the syndicated Roger Hedgecock, Dave Ramsey and Todd Schnitt will round out a lineup of hosts that includes the previously announced Laura Schlessinger, Laura Ingraham and Michael Smerconish. KFWB has sacked the all-news format that it had featured since 1968, laying off more than a dozen employees in the process. The CBS-owned outlet will still feature news programming from 3 to 9 a.m. each weekday, but then the talk shows start, beginning with Ingraham at 9 a.m. and Schlessinger following at noon.
August 18, 2009 |
Talk radio station KGIL-AM (1260) unveiled a revamped lineup Monday that left out hosts Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, Monica Crowley and John Ziegler. Added were former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) and CNN veteran Larry King, plus a big dose of music from the Great American Songbook that was once a staple on the station. Ziegler, a former host at KFI-AM (640) who had joined KGIL last June, told fans in an e-mail Monday that the station would be switching to an all-music format.
September 1, 2003 |
Conservative talk-radio host Laura Ingraham returns to the airwaves today with a new local affiliate, KRLA-AM (870), and a new time slot, morning drive. Her Washington, D.C.-based show begins airing 6 to 9 a.m. weekdays, leading off a lineup that features other conservative pundits Dennis Prager, Michael Medved and Hugh Hewitt. "She's a female, which makes her unique in the talk-show realm. We think she's really good, and she's an up-and-coming personality," KRLA general manager Terry Fahy said.