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Bill O'Reilly Radio Program May Debut in March

In the New York Post, John Mainelli reports that Bill O'Reilly's radio talk show will debut in March and the affiliates are likely to include WOR, a 50,000 watt AM station in New York City.

The main point of Mainelli's column, however, is that WOR intends to run O'Reilly's program on tape against Sean Hannity's radio program, rather than live when he would be opposite Rush Limbaugh. The article says, "{WOR} would air O'Reilly on tape to 3 p.m.-- when {FoxNews}
colleague Hannity is on WABC (770 AM) - and start talk
legend Bob Grant's show two hours later, trimming the
length of Grant's show from three hours to two."

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