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October 21, 1996 | JUDITH MICHAELSON
Conservative talk-show host Michael Reagan has lost his local radio berth. Beginning today, he will be replaced in the 3-7 p.m. slot on KMPC-AM (710) by former station host Joe Crummey. Meanwhile, Joy Browne, a psychologist, will begin airing weeknights from midnight-5 a.m. This is the second time in a week that KMPC has replaced political talk hosts. Last week, conservative Bob Heckler was removed from the 9 a.m.-noon slot and replaced by therapist Marilyn Kagan.
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October 21, 1996 | JUDITH MICHAELSON
Conservative talk-show host Michael Reagan has lost his local radio berth. Beginning today, he will be replaced in the 3-7 p.m. slot on KMPC-AM (710) by former station host Joe Crummey. Meanwhile, Joy Browne, a psychologist, will begin airing weeknights from midnight-5 a.m. This is the second time in a week that KMPC has replaced political talk hosts. Last week, conservative Bob Heckler was removed from the 9 a.m.-noon slot and replaced by therapist Marilyn Kagan.
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March 1, 1994 | DANIEL CERONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The New York City-based Museum of Television and Radio announced plans Monday to open a sister museum in Beverly Hills in the fall of 1995 using digital recordings of its collection of more than 60,000 radio and TV programs. "I don't think there's ever been a museum in two locations with exactly the same collection," said Robert M. Batscha, president of the museum, established by CBS founder William S.
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December 11, 1997 | KEVIN BAXTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Next month's launch of Radio Unica, the nation's only 24-hour Spanish-language radio network, may go a long way toward determining the immediate future of Spanish-language radio in the U.S. If it succeeds, that achievement will belie the common assumption that the Latino market is hopelessly fragmented along geographical, cultural and political lines.
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