Fox News, Westwood news radio network draws good reviews

Wilke, Michael
October 1998
Advertising Age;10/26/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 43, p49
Trade Publication
Reports that Fox News and Westwood One are launching a news radio network to appeal to more youthful listeners. Plans to start modestly with morning and afternoon drive-time programming; Comments of James Duncan, publisher of the annual `Radio Market Guide'; Affiliates offered by Westwood.


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