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Glenn Beck’s controversial radio show has been dropped by four small Connecticut stations. This news comes as Beck's future following his contract end in December 2011 with Fox seems uncertain.
Buckley Radio a chain of 17 stations around the country told Radio Ink magazine and Media Matters that it will no longer air Beck's show as of April 4.
Grahame Winters, the chain's program director for Connecticut emailed Media Matters said that this move was solely due to a desire for more local programming. He said "Quite simply, we are making the change in our programming lineup because our listeners have expressed a desire for more locally originated programming featuring issues important to us here at home…This change will more closely align us with that goal."
In January New York's WOR station pulled his show. Although rating have dropped Beck's show remains the third-largest in the country.
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