1470AM to offer ‘better class of talk radio’Written by Toledo Free Press Staff Writers | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Toledoans will have more voices to listen to with 1470AM’s new talk radio lineup.
“Talk Radio 1470,” a Cumulus production, launched Aug. 13. The new weekday schedule will start off with 30-year-entertainment veteran Don Imus and feature former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and journalist Geraldo Rivera later in the day. “Talk Radio 1470” also will broadcast Bowling Green baseball and football and Detroit Tigers baseball.
The lineup also is offered at TalkRadio1470.com. “Talk Radio 1470” is set to broadcast out of Cumulus Station’s Toledo studios, 3225 Arlington Ave. Cumulus is the second-largest radio station operator in the country and reaches 14 million listeners, according to its website.
In a news release, Matt Spaulding, vice president and marketing manager at Cumulus, promised that “Talk Radio 1470” would offer “unbiased, balanced and compelling content.”
“ ‘Talk Radio 1470’ will be a communicator to the audience we serve, not a dictator of opinions. Toledo deserves a better class of talk radio, and Cumulus Media is going to give it to them,” he said in the release.
The new lineup is as follows:
6-9 a.m.: “Imus in the Morning”
9-noon: “Geraldo Rivera”
3-6: “Dave Ramsey”
6-9: “The Mark Levin Show”
9 p.m.-1 a.m.: “The John Batchelor Show”
1-6: “Red Eye Radio”