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Liberal Radio to Hit Airwaves

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Liberal Radio to Hit Airwaves

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Liberal Radio to Hit Airwaves

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A new liberal radio network is scheduled to take to the airwaves Wednesday, March 31. Headlined by comedian Al Franken's new show "The O'Franken Factor," the Air America network aspires to offer an alternative to conservative talkers like Bill O'Reilly and Rush Limbaugh. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.

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