Examples of talk radio in a Sentence
He listens to business talk radio in the car.
Recent Examples of talk radio from the Web
Internet chat rooms and sports talk radio shows across the state crackled with vitriol for much of the past week.
After losing nine alpacas in one year, Vaughn and her husband installed motion lights, blasted talk radio over loudspeakers, and hung flags and electrified wires to try to keep the cat away at night.
Reagan did not have to rely on or cope with talk radio, Fox News, Breitbart or any of the other trolls that now dominate conservative politics.
Some of the missing interviews appear to be with conservative talk radio hosts like Mark Levin and Laura Ingraham.
Nor are social media alone in their power to polarise—just look at cable TV and talk radio.
President Ronald Reagan scrapped the rule in 1987, arguably clearing the way for Fox News and right-wing talk radio.
During a Tuesday afternoon appearance on popular sports-talk radio show The Ride with JMV, Glass said the Charleston Southern game will cost IU $500,000, plus $250,000 in extra expenses.
Outside Houston, the reactions to the pick ranged from raised eyebrows to outright mockery, giving talk radio hosts and television screamers a new source of derision.
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TALK RADIO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of talk radio for English Language Learners
: radio programs in which people talk about politics, sports, etc., and listeners can make phone calls to give their opinions
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