Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Nova M to add another weekday show

Nova M Radio Network founder Sheldon Drobny reports that the upstart liberal talk syndicator will add author and former Justice Department prosecutor John Loftus for a daily talk show.

According to Drobny, Loftus had an impeccable record at the Justice Department and co-wrote "The Secret War Against the Jews" with Mark Aarons. John will be doing a daily show about the intelligence community and other government matters that need to be brought to the public attention. Like the upcoming John Zogby weekend show, the content will be non-partisan.

A little background on Loftus, from his site:

As a former Justice Department prosecutor, John Loftus once held some of the highest security clearances in the world, with special access to NATO Cosmic, CIA codeword, and Top Secret Nuclear files. As a private attorney, he works without charge to help hundreds of intelligence agents obtain lawful permission to declassify and publish the hidden secrets of our times. He is the author of four history books, three of which have been made into films, two were international best sellers, and one was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
Here is a link from an interview Drobny did with Norman Mark of KNWZ-AM in Palm Springs about Nova M Radio. Segments 3 and 4 of this FTP link contain his interview with Mark on October 26, where Drobny spells out his philosophy about Nova M's unconservative talk radio.


Anonymous said...

Nova M is getting a lot of buzz since they started carrying Malloy. However, I wonder about how they benefit by having a show done by pollster Zogby and now this gumshoe Loftus. It doesn't make sense to me....barooosk

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