After nearly 20 years in national radio syndication, G. Gordon Liddy has announced his retirement from his daily talk program syndicated by the Radio America network in July. Liddy, the former White House operative, milit began a regular program with then-Infinity Broadcasting’s WJFK-FM, Washington, DC before moving into national syndication via Westwood One. In 2003 his program began a radio syndication run with Radio America. Author and investor Peter Schiff, (The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy – and How to Save Yourself and Your Country) whose daily program has been airing on Radio America since last August, takes over Liddy’s 10am-noon (ET) time slot. Radio America states, “Schiff’s program combines his unique outlook on current events, economics and political developments. Unlike other radio hosts who only view the world through the prism of politics, Schiff connects today’s news to the world’s of business and finance. The ‘G-Man’ will remain with the network as a commentator and to work on special projects.
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