Monday, December 5, 2011

The Fairness Doctrine on the former WNSH radio station



The Fairness Doctrine reaches more than 3 million people throughout Massachusetts and worldwide, broadcasting live on WDIS AM 1170 and on CyberstationUSA.com weekdays 1 pm to 3 pm and WNSH AM 1570, weekdays from 3-5 PM. The program is hosted by conservative Chuck Morse and liberal Patrick O'Heffernan. Political issues, current events, and more are brought to the table each week. Check out the blog to see what's next on the show and more.

Official Biographies of the Hosts:

Patrick O'Heffernan
Progressive co-host of The Fairness Doctrine is a former Professor of Political Science and Mass Media at Georgia Tech and host of the "Uplinks" media critique segment on Saturday All Things Considered on NPR.
He is an award winning television and online producer, and currently blogs and podcasts as Dr. O at SocialEdge, the Skoll Foundation's independent online community. He holds a PhD in International Relations from M.I.T. has been awarded an Emmy, four Addy's, and a Webby Honors, among other awards. He has published 5 books and ghost written others including the New York Times business best seller, "The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It". A project he co-launched, The North Asia Nuclear Free Zone, was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2005.

Chuck Morse
Former US Congressional Candidate
Boston radio legend
Chuck Morse is a veteran radio talk show host from the Boston area. He is formerly the CEO of City Metro Enterprises, a national advertising/media distribution enterprise. He has written op-eds that have been published in the Boston Globe, the Washington Times, the Newton Tab, World Net Daily, Newsmax, Frontpage Magazine, and elsewhere.
Mr. Morse has hosted the cable TV show "Morse's Code" and is the author of seven books. Chuck was a candidate for U.S. Congress in 2004 and 2006 and campaigned against Rep. Barney Frank.
A guitarist, Chuck lives in Boston with his wife and 10 year old daughter.

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