Last year there was a dustup over Sean Hannity’s radio contract and his decision to make some changes in his radio show arrangements.
Well….wrong. As a matter of fact, laughably wrong.
The change-over of radio stations took effect in January and the results are in. Hannity's ratings are surging, while the numbers of his replacement (Michael Savage) in the major markets of New York (where he shifted to WOR from WABC) to Los Angeles and San Francisco, are plummeting.
But…hello? Over there at Politico and elsewhere there seems to be some… ahhhh… confusion . Whether this is the result of anti-Hannity sentiments (!) or a lack of understanding of how talk radio works, let’s get the actual facts out there. Let’s sort it out.