Certainly a gleeful target for conservatives to laugh aboput, but it's really a shame that the investors couldn't get their shit together.
I've heard the paltry salaries producers, and behind the scenes folk are making (when their checks didn't bounce), and it's really a cheap operation.
Radio is NOT a cheap biz, and the lack of funds shows in their on air product. It's a step above college radio (no offense intended to my younger radio brothers).
If you want to compete with the right, you'd better be what Franken promised they'd be, "smart, funny, and sharp with their POV" .