Finally the record has been set straight on the rumors of a return of the Star and Buckwild show to terrestrial radio. Superadio Networks announced a solo syndication and distribution deal today with controversial air personality, Troi “Star” Torain and not for a full air shift. Star will host a new short form daily commentary for syndicated radio entitled “The Star Chamber” beginning in October. The 90-second feature will address current topics in music, entertainment and pop culture from Star’s point of view. “We are thrilled to be in partnership with Star and ‘The Star Chamber,'” said Superadio VP/Affiliate Relations Eric Faison. “We believe that the time is right for a short-form segment that is quick, compelling, and speaks to a contemporary audience about the topics and personalities of the day in Star’s unique voice.” Star added, “I believe content is king. So beginning with my daily comments, I plan to talk about the things people really find interesting. I look forward to working with the Superadio Networks team who support my vision.” The Star and Bucwild morning show was syndicated in about ten markets by Premiere Radio Networks until July 2006.
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