ROB REDDING NOW LIVE ON SUNDAY NIGHT
Redding's brand new three-hour radio show will air from 7 to 10 p.m. ET - just before Premiere's Bill Cunningham.
"This is the only program able to handle up-to-the-minute news on politics and issues of race from a truly independent perspective," Redding said. "These issues are even more important given the harsh economic climate and a new president, unlike any we have ever seen. In short, this program's time has come."
Redding already hosts a two-hour radio show of the same name on Saturdays heard in all 50 states on XM 169 and terrestrial radio via the Genesis Communications Network. The Saturday show will continue to be distributed by GCN.
In contrast, Redding said the new Sunday show will be live on XM 169 from the program's flagship KMLB-AM.
"We will be making announcements about more stations adding the Sunday show as the week progresses," he said.
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