New Affiliate in WV :: Existing Affiliates Expand FTL

May 20th, 2019 - 10:34pm by FTL_Admin in

Last week we crossed the 200 radio station milestone for the first time ever! This week, we've added a couple more stations. Welcome to WSLW-AM/FM in Lewisburg, WV as they join us for Sunday nights, live all three hours. Plus, existing affiliate KINN-AM/FM in Alamogordo, NM has added three more hours of FTL to their weekends. Finally, our existing progressive talker in Madison, WI has launched an FM translator and has been making headlines . You can see our full list of radio station affiliates here .

Like what we do? Please join the AMP program for just $5 a month at http://amp.freetalklive.com - you'll get some cool perks and help us hopefully get to 300 radio stations with the ideas of liberty.

Thank...

Welcoming Several New Radio Affiliates - Total Now Over 200! :: No State Project Update

May 11th, 2019 - 7:18pm by FTL_Admin in

This weekend we oficially welcome several new affiliates including WMXI-FM in Laurel, MS, WRHI-AM/FM in Rock Hill, SC, WNDB-AM/FM in Daytona Beach, FL, and WBCF-AM/FM in Florence, AL. Also, existing affiliate KINX-FM in Great Falls, MT has added our Saturday show to their lineup. For the first time, we've crossed the 200 radio affiliate milestone! You can see our affiliate list here . We couldn't have done it without your help, especially our AMPlifiers who help Advertise Market and Promote our show by contributing just $5 (or BTC) per month. I have written a much longer piece about the new 200 affiliate milestone over at Free Keene . Thank you again for your listenership and support.

I also wish "No State Project" host Marc Stevens the best...

Boston 50,000 Watt Flamethrower WRKO Expands to Weeknights! :: Interview with WVMT

May 4th, 2019 - 4:43pm by FTL_Admin in

In the radio business, stations don't get much bigger than WRKO-AM in Boston, MA. The call letters go back for decades and the format has been talk since 1981. In a business where stations seem to flip formats every few years, WRKO has remained rock-solid in its talk format. Its 50,000 Watt signal booms out over a huge area, even at night . And now, Free Talk Live is heard on WRKO six nights per week. We started last summer on Saturday nights, and as of this week were added to weeknights 10pm-1am as well. The only bad news is we're not live during those hours and we're in temporarily until the station can find a live show for that timeframe. However, I'm still grateful to be there - it's tremendous exposure on a hertitage talk station in one of America's largest metros. Wow!

Of course, it's listeners like you that helped make this possible via the...

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