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Redding launches daily radio show

By Staff

Dec. 7, 2007, 11:00 a.m. -  Independent radio news/talk host Robert "Rob" Redding Jr. can now be heard daily in Louisiana starting Monday.

    His show, Redding News Review - The Show, can be heard every weekday from 5 to 6 p.m. on KMLB-AM in Monroe, said Redding, who is also publisher of ReddingNewsReview.com.

    "It is an honor to be back on the radio with a full-time show on a mainstream station talking about the issues that impact all Americans," said Redding, who hosts "Redding News Review".

    Redding News Review - a product of Redding Communications, Inc. (RCI) - is already heard on demand in more than 10 markets on terrestrial radio stations in Atlanta, New York, Washington, D.C. and just concluded a year-long stint on XM 169 The Power.  Redding News Review - The Podcast, started in January of last year, is downloaded by nearly 500 people weekly at ReddingNewsReview.com.  

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    Redding's show segments contain breaking news and independent analysis from around the globe, specifically tailored for the audiences of talk and music radio stations in the markets covered. ReddingNewsReview.com - from which headlines for the shows are taken - was founded by Redding in March of 2002. The Web site won a Black Web Award in November 2007.

    Redding was formerly a talk show host at WAOK-AM in Atlanta, where he earned recognition from Talkers Magazine as one of America's top radio talk hosts. He left WAOK in May 2003, shortly after starting his syndication. 

    Redding is also author of the critically acclaimed e-book "Hired Hatred; Why politicians and the political prejudices they tout are mutually exclusive from good government."

    All companies are owned and operated by RCI.

    

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