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December 2, 2022

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Stern told “Morning Joe” in an extensive interview that MSNBC is the network for him regarding cable news consumption.
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SiriusXM radio host Howard Stern told “Morning Joe’s” Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist in an extensive interview that MSNBC is the network for him regarding cable news consumption. 
Stern stated that he’s a major fan of “Morning Joe” and went the extra mile to say that he and co-host Joe Scarborough share the same political idealogy.
“I watch you guys every morning,” Stern said (h/t Mediaite). “I really enjoy the show. Oddly, I agree politically with almost everything Joe says. I don’t think there’s much difference there.”
The radio host thanked MSNBC for providing him with what he loves: 24/7 news. Additionally, Stern offered a shoutout to network host Symone Sanders and stated he’s no fan of Dateline repeats.
“By the way, I want to give a shoutout to MSNBC,” Stern added. “Thank God you don’t play the old Datelines anymore on the weekends. I like news. I watch this channel exclusively for news. I tune out on the weekend. 
“It’s like all news stuff. I’m watching old Datelines. I like when you guys are onI like news 24/7, and now I find I’m getting it. I get Symone on the weekend. Big fan of hers. Symone coming on strong. What can I tell you? I know the whole lineup.”

Eduardo Razo is the Assistant Content Editor for BNM, which includes writing daily news stories on the news media industry. He can be found on Twitter @eddierazo_ or you can reach him by email at eddie1991razo@gmail.com.
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DePetro have been dismissed as he faced a trespassing charge related to an incident over the summer during a Monday court hearing.
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Charges against John DePetro have been dismissed as the radio host faced a trespassing charge related to an incident over the summer during a Monday court hearing.
DePetro was arrested in mid-August outside a home on Staples Avenue in Warwick.
Police searched the house several months earlier as part of an investigation into the disappearance of Charlotte Lester, who has been missing for six months.
“I respect our justice system and respect law enforcement, specifically the Warwick PD,” DePetro said on Twitter. “The search for Charlotte Lester continues as I resume efforts searching for answers into her disappearance and holding Mark Perkins accountable for his actions against myself and Ladybug.”
The man who lives there, Mark Perkins, was also arrested the following day after he allegedly charged at DePetro with a lawnmower while DePetro was live-streaming. 
Unlike DePetro, who had his charges dismissed, Perkins still faces an assault charge, according to court records.

Eduardo Razo is the Assistant Content Editor for BNM, which includes writing daily news stories on the news media industry. He can be found on Twitter @eddierazo_ or you can reach him by email at eddie1991razo@gmail.com.
KZLS started simulcasting on KQOB at the beginning of this year after the 96.9 signal was leased to Citadel and Cumulus Media for nineteen years. 
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Champlin Broadcasting Conservative Talk The Eagle 96.9 KQOB Enid/Oklahoma City and 1640 KZLS Enid will look a little different for its listeners as the station has rebranded.
Rather than calling itself The Eagle 96.9, the radio station will now be known as Freedom 96.9 (h/t Radio Insight). KZLS started simulcasting on KQOB at the beginning of this year after the 96.9 signal was leased to Citadel and Cumulus Media for nineteen years. 
The station features a syndicated lineup, including Hugh Hewitt, Brian Kilmeade, Dan Bongino, Mike Gallagher, Joe Pags, and Bill O’Reilly. Furthermore, with the rebrand possibly comes a new addition.
Freedom 96.9 is teasing the addition of Dana Loesch to the lineup as well to enhance the rebrand further as the station begins a new chapter as it provides news/talk to the residents. 

Eduardo Razo is the Assistant Content Editor for BNM, which includes writing daily news stories on the news media industry. He can be found on Twitter @eddierazo_ or you can reach him by email at eddie1991razo@gmail.com.
Two WBTV employees were killed in a helicopter crash near I-77 on Tuesday. The incident claimed the lives of meteorologist Jason Myers and pilot Chip Tayag. 
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Authorities said it appears as if Tayag may have saved some lives by making diversionary moves to avoid hitting traffic on the highway. 
“The WBTV family is grieving a terrible loss. Our news helicopter Sky3 crashed mid-day Tuesday with two of our colleagues on board. Meteorologist Jason Myers and pilot Chip Tayag lost their lives. We are working to comfort their families in this difficult time. We appreciate the outpouring of support for our staff and your continued prayers for their families,” WBTV said in a statement. 
In 1998, then-WBT Traffic Reporter Steve Counts was doing an aerial report for John Hancock when the single engine Cessna he was traveling in suffered engine failure. Counts also served as a WBT Radio news reporter from early 2020 until August 2021. 
On Tuesday, Counts told the “The Brett Winterble Show” that he didn’t realize the magnitude of what he was about to go through. 
“At first, I didn’t know what the problem was, I just noticed that the engine wasn’t making as much noise as it was supposed to and the aircraft didn’t have that vibration it had when the engine was on,” Counts said. 
Counts recalled how he finished his traffic report with Hancock and then switched over to the intercom with the pilot who was communicating with the airport while preparing for an emergency landing. 
“So, we’re flying at 2,000 feet, maybe a little below, so we had about four minutes to think about things,” Counts added. “So, we had a little time to look at our surroundings, decide where we wanted to put the aircraft down and think about the possible outcomes of putting the plane down.” 
Counts said the plane came crashing to the ground in a neighborhood and was stopped by a drainage ditch. Fortunately, there were no injuries that day.
“We were lucky, and I can’t explain it,” he added.

Ryan Hedrick serves as the Assistant Program Director and Co-Host of the Morning News Express at WFMD. Prior to WFMD, he hosted an afternoon program at News Talk 103.7 FM in Chambersburg, PA. He has worked at Sirius XM in Washington D.C., WBEN in Buffalo, NY, and for stations in Baltimore, MD. He has also worked at WIBW-AM in Topeka KS, earning the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) award for Major Market enterprise reporting in 2016. To connect with Ryan, find him on Twitter @SureToCover.
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