On-Air Schedule

Monday

12am-1am      Face The Nation
1am-5am Red Eye Radio
5am-6am      Wall Street Journal This Morning
6am-10am    Imus In The Morning
10am-1pm    Laura Ingraham
1pm-3pm     Dave Ramsey
3pm-6pm Sean Hannity
6pm-9pm Lars Larson
9pm-12am America Now

Tuesday – Friday

12am-1am Lars Larson
1am-5am Red Eye Radio
5am-6am Wall Street Journal This Morning
6am-10am Imus In The Morning
10am-1pm Laura Ingraham
1pm-3pm Dave Ramsey
3pm-6pm Sean Hannity
6pm-9pm Lars Larson
9pm-12am America Now

Saturday

12am-1am Lars Larson
1am-5:30am Red Eye Radio
5:30am-6:00am Argo Marketing Group
6am-9am Sean Hannity Weekend
9am-10am Clark Howard
10am-12pm Ric Edelman
12pm-4pm Dave Ramsey
4pm-7pm Larry Kudlow
7pm-10pm Watchdog On Wall Street
10pm-12am Clark Howard

Sunday

12am-1am Clark Howard
1am-5:30am Red Eye Radio
5:30am-6:00am Argo Marketing Group
6am-7am CBS News Weekend Roundup
7am-7:30am Maine Points
7:30am-8:00am Christian Crusaders
8am-9am Wall Street Journal This Weekend
9am-10am Motley Fool Money
10am-12pm Real Estate Today
12pm-4pm Dave Ramsey
4pm-7pm Bob Brinker
7pm-8pm 60 Minutes
8pm-10pm Jill On Money
10pm-12am Real Estate Today (Encore)

 

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