News!!! about 
Libertarians on the Air! 
(and netcast on the web)
and other programs of interest

Find Local Libertarian TV Shows HERE
catch John Stossel's
"Give Me a Break" segment
on ABC-TV's 20/20
usually 10:50pm Eastern / Pacific
9:50pm Central
John Stossel
Visit the John Stossel* website HERE
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Enter the fray in the Stossel message boards HERE.
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Prestidigitators Penn & Teller explore the truth behind fears and myths 
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Atlas Shrugged:WILL be brought to the Screen; see the news HERE.
Atlas Shrugged:movie production uncertain, then back on track
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Charlie Sykes and other talk radio hosts are the heroes in this John Fund column HERE.
Talkers Magazine rates the Libertarian Party as 
one of the most "talk-friendly" political outfits

What's on C-SPAN today?What's coming up at CATO?
What's new in the Reason Press Room?
the Reason Foundation Press Room
What's on Uncommon Knowledge this week?
Did you check  Breaking Issues?"THIS JUST IN!"?
Checked Media Spotlight lately?Laissez Faire's people updates?
How's the Atlas Shrugged movie project going?
What's the next LIVE Netcast direct from the F. A. Hayek Auditorium

On libertarian sites this weekTODAY'S NEWS ABOUT FREEDOM

======= Recent Additions: =======

 Boston: "The Jay Severin Show" with Jay Severin, WTKK-FM 96.9, M-F 3pm-7pm

Gun Control: The theory that a woman found dead in an alley, raped and  strangled with her panty hose, is somehow morally superior to a woman  explaining to police how her attacker got that fatal bullet wound. 
Remember Orwell: "hate crimes" mean Thought Police
 |.."campaign finance reform"..|..politicians..|..lawyers..|..journalists..
 |..RIGHTS..|..gun rights..|..medicare..|.."that gap between rich & poor"..|
 |..social security privatization..|..environment..|..the library  of liberty..
|..the scholarship of liberty..|..common knee-jerk objections to liberty..

Surprising Facts About Talk Radio Audiences

     A  nationwide poll conducted in July and August, 1996 by Talk Daily surveyed 3,035 talk radio listeners. That poll breaks some stereotypes about who listens to talk radio -- and points out just how important this medium can be for libertarians. Typical audiences are 40% women and 60% men. Contrary to stereotypes, most are not affiliated with the Republican party, and fully 90% are registered to vote. They are also more educated than the general public, more likely to have college degrees and more likely to have a higher than average income. 

TALKERS Magazine has an ongoing seven- year study of the talk radio audience, "The Talk Radio Research Project." Some of the results are reported here

WNIS-AM shows its own demographics.

Clearly this is a group that is ripe to encounter libertarian ideas. Our thanks to the talk radio hosts listed here who are making that happen! 

Helpful Links Other notes and mentions (some honorable, some, uh...):

*Asterisks by the names of broadcasters indicates they have NOT proclaimed themselves "Libertarian," or even "libertarian" (so far as we know), but they HAVE been known to advocate more libertarian ideas than most and/or proclaim their support for libertarian candidates for elective office. 

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Updated 2003 Apr. 26  or later