"Ideological diversity"?

WWWT Talk Radio to Replace Post’s Programming
Wednesday, August 29, 2007; C03

Bonneville International Corp. will launch radio station WWWT to replace WTWP, its radio-station venture with The Washington Post that will end next month.

The new station will feature local and syndicated talk shows to replace programming provided by The Post. WWWT, dubbed “Talk Radio 3WT,” will begin airing Sept. 20. WWWT will be simulcast on the same frequencies on which Washington Post Radio now airs: 1500 AM, 107.7 FM and 820 AM.

Bonneville has lined up four nationally syndicated programs for the station: three featuring conservative-libertarian personalities — Neal Boortz, Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly — and one with liberal Stephanie Miller. Reflecting its ideological diversity, the station’s slogan will be, “Left, Right, and Whatever We Want.”

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