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KIRO-FM’s Tom Tangney Announces Retirement

Tangney will broadcast his final show on Wednesday, Dec 1.

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Seattle talk show host Tom Tangney  is retiring from Bonneville’s 97.3 KIRO next week.

Tangney co-hosts the Tom & Curley Show. He worked his way up from reporter, movie critic, and managing editor.

He teamed up with John Curley in 2014 to host 9 am-12 pm. The duo moved to the 3 pm-7 pm time slot.

“My life has been so enriched by working here at KIRO it’s been unbelievable, but it doesn’t do it justice by having a bunch of people who don’t really care or know you stand around and kind of applaud frivolity,” Tangney said during his show Monday.

 “I’ve worked in radio for 30 years and been on talk shows for the last decade, and now I want to try other things. I want to travel, I want to read, I want to study and all these kinds of things.”

Tangney will broadcast his final show on Wednesday, Dec 1.

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YouTube Announces it Has Banned Dan Bongino

YouTube states that the reason for his ban is due to Bongino attempting to evade a previous suspension. 

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Radio host Dan Bongino is leaving YouTube and putting the video simulcast of his show on Rumble. 

However, if he ever decides to return to the platform, Bongino will be unable to do so as the company announced they have banned him. YouTube states that the reason for his ban is due to Bongino attempting to evade a previous suspension. 

While his secondary channel, which mainly houses short clips from his digital radio show, was actively suspended for violating the platform’s COVID-19 misinformation policy, he tried to upload a video to his main channel. 

“We terminated Dan Bongino’s channels for circumventing our terms of service by posting a video while there was an active strike and suspension associated with the account,” YouTube said in a statement

“When a channel receives a strike, it is against our Terms of Service to post content or use another channel to circumvent the suspension. If a channel is terminated, the uploader is unable to use, own or create any other YouTube channels.”

YouTube has removed both of Bongino’s channels, and the Fox News host will not be able to make a new one in the future. In addition, the spokesperson confirmed that trying to create new channels “associated with his name” will also be declined.

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News Media Reacts to Justice Stephen Breyer Retiring

The news media world is reacting to Breyer retiring and the next person Biden should appoint to replace him.

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NBC News’ Pete Williams reports that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will be retiring from the bench. As a result, President Joe Biden will have the opportunity to nominate the first justice of his presidency.

Breyer’s announcement of his retirement comes months after speculation whether his decision to step down for the express purpose of letting Biden and Congressional Democrats uphold the ideological balance of the court.

The news media world is reacting to Breyer retiring and the next person Biden should appoint to replace him.

SiriusXM host Joe Madison has already the ideal replacement to replace the outgoing Breyer.

Radio host Erick Erickson states that Biden needs a young judge and that Democrats won’t get too far left.

MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin states that the president has the opportunity to appoint someone that can serve for several decades.

Fox New’s Guy Benson believes that if there’s no ideological shift on the court is at stake, the appointment could be a smooth transition.

Radio host Clay Travis believes Breyer’s retirement is sending a strong signal to the Democrats.

Ben Shapiro believes that Breyer’s departure is a sign of what will come at the midterm elections later this year.

Chip Franklin made it known that he had Justice Breyer retiring before Clarence Thomas.

Liz Wheeler wants Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema to think hard when it comes to replacing Supreme Court Justice Breyer.

Keith Olbermann believes that a minority appointment will be blocked, but he ponders who will be stopping that nomination.

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Audacy St. Louis Names Steve Moore Operations Manager

In his new position with the company, Moore will manage the markets’ six brands

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Audacy in St. Louis sees some changes as they’ll have some new leadership at the company’s radio stations owned in the city. Audacy announced that Steve Moore will take over the role as Operations Manager.

“I am beyond delighted to have Steve ascend into this new role,” Becky Domyan, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Audacy St. Louis, said in a statement.

“He has been so instrumental in building operational alignment, collaboration, and synergy across our St. Louis footprint. I am looking forward to Steve helping us continue to grow our incredible brands.”

In his new position with the company, Moore will manage the markets’ six brands – 102.5 KEZK (KEZK-FM), Y98 (KYKY-FM), 97.1 FM Talk (KFTK-FM), News Radio 1120 KMOX (KMOX-AM), Hot 104.1 (WHHL-FM), and 96.3 The Lou (WFUN-FM).

“I couldn’t be more excited for this new opportunity,” Moore said. “I appreciate the trust that Becky Domyan and Audacy have shown me, and I’m looking forward to working more closely with Derrick, Leo, and the talented broadcasters on these incredible music stations.”

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