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Alan Berg started on a NJ radio station. Carlton Fredericks and Jean Shepard (WOR) were also pioneers. These are the people that got me interested in talk radio. But these guys never had the audiences of the major modern radio guys.

As someone else said on this thread, Jones has everything that is needed to compete with any of the other broadcasters. The only reason that Alex Jones is not getting the big bucks with a major gig is because the owners of the stations have no interest in representing the market segment that represents vintage America.

His rant on Piers Morgan might be the only type of stunt that can break through.

Gene Louis
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