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HBO exposes Dead Air America

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HBO MOVIE SHOWS RADIO 'AIR AMERICA' CHAOS

**Exclusive**

HBO is set to air a behind the scenes look at the launching of liberal radio network AIR AMERICA.

The DRUDGE REPORT has obtained a director's cut of LEFT OF THE DIAL, a grossly entertaining docu-drama of life on the other side of the AIR AMERICA microphone.

The doubts. The lies. The bounced checks. The heartbreak.

The viewer is taken upclose to witness the ugly business of media ambition.

The main character, Evan Cohen, founding chairman and main investor, is depicted as a complete fraud.

The documentary shows Cohen arriving in the middle of night at AIR AMERICA offices to sign over the company and disappear again, but not before lying about how many ads have been sold and how much money is the bank [zero].

Dead Air.

It shows how AIR AMERICA executives lied and lied again about not bouncing checks to their Chicago and Los Angeles affiliate owners. [The network was quickly thrown off the stations.]

The film captures AIR AMERICA staff first learning about the Chicago and LA nightmare by reading a DRUDGE REPORT exclusive on their computers.

It shows midday host Al Franken at a staff meeting being told there is no money left, hilariously, just moments after ranting about George Bush's ethics.

The HBO crew is told to shut down their cameras -- but they don't -- and the 'We're Broke!' meeting is filmed raw.

LEFT OF THE DIAL shows an angry meeting of the writing staff being told how money was deducted from their checks to pay for health care -- but the money was never paid to the HMO and they were never covered!

Host Janeane Garofalo looks suicidal in nearly ever scene which she appears.

"What am I going to do, just ramble on and on," panics stand-up-comic-morning-drive-host Marc Maron, as he deals with the reality of becoming a talkshow host.

Note to self, some time before now and March 31 when it airs, call Direct TV and order HBO, you don't want to miss this one.


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Comments (58)

I'm hoping someone makes a ... (Below threshold)

I'm hoping someone makes a bitTorrent file of this one!!! If they do...sign me up! This should be great.

Something interesting here ... (Below threshold)
-S-:

Something interesting here in the project overall, that the Left failed at Talk Radio, even when aided and helped by two standup comic entertainers. Something interesting in the stark realities revealed...

You got to admit that liste... (Below threshold)
Red:

You got to admit that listening to Air America is great comedy. The production value that of a Junior High AV department and the hosts just aweful.

jeez, so they had some busi... (Below threshold)
Geoff Gould:

jeez, so they had some business problems! I really enjoy AAR, especially Franken and Rhodes, and I think they're doing a major service to the country.

Is that left wing turd bowl... (Below threshold)
Rob Hackney:

Is that left wing turd bowl Air America still even going? I thought their ratings were so bad they folded everywhere. Shouldn't those moonbats just be a part of freaking history now???

If they're still around, someone should pull the plug on all their bullshit lies and stupid attempts at gutter humour.

In their defense (and this ... (Below threshold)

In their defense (and this is hard for me) comedians or not, they have a right to say their piece, right or wrong. If I have this correct, it's the executives who are guilty of something or everything and should be held accountable. It's only "irony" that Al and Janeane harrangue the other side of the aisle of the complicity of republicans and big business in taking advantage of "the little guy". They've hurt themselves and their cause but don't appear to have broken any laws.

'I think they're doing a ma... (Below threshold)
Jack Tanner:

'I think they're doing a major service to the country.'

What service would that be? Some service not currently provided by the rest of the MSM?

" I think they're doing a m... (Below threshold)
Paul:

" I think they're doing a major service to the country."

That's satire right?

The only "news" in this Dru... (Below threshold)

The only "news" in this Drudge "exclusive" is that someone slipped him the tape. HBO is promoting the show on their site. Stories mentioning it have been bubbling around for weeks.

That said, it's hilarious that Air Idiot is drawing less listeners in NYC than the station broadcasting their lineup drew when it was a niche channel featuring Caribbean music and cricket scores, and they are now wholly beholden to Clear Channel to keep their programming on the air.

Ah, Florida...the problem i... (Below threshold)
Just Don:

Ah, Florida...the problem is not about free speech, or for that matter bad business decisions.

The problem, for THEM, is that the Constitution DOES NOT provide them with an audience!

Everyone on this thread is ... (Below threshold)
OregonMuse:

Everyone on this thread is saying how bad Err America's ratings are, but then, my question is, why are they still on the air? They're expanding their markets, they're on one of the satellite radio channels, and give no indication that they're going away any time soon.

So where is Err America getting money from? Is Sugar Daddy Soros just pumping in millions to run it at a loss? I mean, you have to pay those shrieking moonbats Franken, Rhodes and Garafolo, etc, plus all that kool-aid probably costs a lot, too.

It's wrong of me to enjoy t... (Below threshold)
jumbo:

It's wrong of me to enjoy the mortification of these people. Even though they're monumental frauds. Even though this free-lunch crowd is learning how things work in the world of grownups and bill-paying. Even though their smug, smarmy faces are smashed by reality. Even though the free market and the market place of ideas have coalesced into a glorious monument to reason and common sense. Yes, it's wrong of me to enjoy this, and I really should stop...very soon.

OregonMuse: Air Idiot recen... (Below threshold)

OregonMuse: Air Idiot recently received an infusion of $19 million from Democrat/liberal investors, and Clear Channel has been trying out their programming on stations they own that were performing poorly; they figured they'd give the "progressive" format a shot, since the stations were already tanking.

I've been whacking away at them pretty much from Day One.

Can we get Florida Judge Gr... (Below threshold)

Can we get Florida Judge Greer to take their case? They'd all be dead in a matter of days.

What all of you genius memb... (Below threshold)
Roger Schneier:

What all of you genius members of what Mark Maron so aptly refers to as the "Neo-con Death Cult" miss is that Air America keeps picking up new affiliates and sponsors and didn't disappear over night as you predicted. The public is starved for honesty, and they sure as hell don't get it from Rash Lymphnodes, Bill Oh Really, and the Sludge Report.

And what you FrankenFans mi... (Below threshold)

And what you FrankenFans miss, Roger, is that Clear Channel is now calling the shots, while a year ago, when Air Idiot was gearing up to hit the airwaves, CC was one of the charter members of their "Enemies of Democracy" as the promoters and enablers of the Vast Right Wing Conspiricy that was ramming Limbaugh, Hannity and the rest down America's throat.

"Everyone on this thread is... (Below threshold)
Just Me:

"Everyone on this thread is saying how bad Err America's ratings are, but then, my question is, why are they still on the air?"

I am pretty sure that Air America has some liberal rich people backing.

If they had to depend on actual ad sells for their viewership, they would have a difficult time competing. The are sort of more like a liberal PBS without the government funding portion.

I think if somebody wants to give their cash to air america, that is their perogative, but I can't stomach the likes of Al Franken.

Thanks for the link, TC. I... (Below threshold)
OregonMuse:

Thanks for the link, TC. I will bookmark it.

And it wouldn't surprise me... (Below threshold)
OregonMuse:

And it wouldn't surprise me if there's a niche market for the moonbat left that Err America is tapping into. After all, look at how well Michael Moore's books sell. But it would be more convincing if Err America could sell enough advertising to be self-sustaining rather than relying on cash infusions from liberal fatcats, which is apparently what they're doing now.

Host Janeane Garofalo lo... (Below threshold)
MMM:

Host Janeane Garofalo looks suicidal in nearly ever scene which she appears.

Is it me or does Barfalo look like she's turned heroin addict? Watching (in snippets) of her appearances on MSNBC during the elections, she looked like she just rolled out of a cardboard housing project deep in the caverns of some subway. Pasty, greasy matted hair, rumpled clothes. Blech. And she used to be a cutey.

Anyway, there are enough capitalism-made rich capitalist haters to fund Fraken for the forseeable future. No doubt they'll go begging the lefty foundations soon, too.


Is it me or does Barfalo... (Below threshold)
Julie:

Is it me or does Barfalo look like she's turned heroin addict?

Post 11/4, there a number of comments on DU to the effect of, "oh, why did we chose a tattooed, heroin, skank, to be our spokesperson?"

"And she used to be a cutey... (Below threshold)
Master of None:

"And she used to be a cutey"

???? When was that?????

dont be absurd. the spokesm... (Below threshold)
billy:

dont be absurd. the spokesman of the right is a fat uneducated hilbilly heroin addict / money launderer. probably a closeted gay too.

in 6 months rt wing radio lost 1/3 of its market share. im not sure what you are expecting of a new radio station, but in another year rt wing radio may be in the minority.

[email protected] pointed o... (Below threshold)
OregonMuse:

[email protected] pointed out something that pretty funny: the only reason Err America isn't pushing up daisies right now is that Clear Channel flipped a bunch of their AM underperformers to Err America and the ratings improved. Now, as the leftist moonbats keep howling, Clear Channel is supposedly a right-wing Tool of the Great Satan, a fascist corporation, kicks cute little puppies, etc., and yet they're helping to keep Err America on the air and spewing their sewage.

This is too funny. Cox and Forkum should have a field day with this.

Roger's comment "Neo-con <b... (Below threshold)

Roger's comment "Neo-con Death Cult"? has he been watching the news?

billy writes: "in 6 months ... (Below threshold)

billy writes: "in 6 months rt wing radio lost 1/3 of its market share."
Prove it, pal. I follow talk radio pretty closely, reading the trade magazines and the radio message boards, and your claim is the first I ever heard of such a thing. In NYC, after Air Idiot hit the airwaves and the Presidential campaign kicked into high gear, the lead right wing talk station, WABC, had their highest numbers in something like a decade, and became the highest ranked AM station in the city.

So, where'd you get that little factoid, Franken? His absolute cluelessness about radio ratings was displayed early in Air Idiot's infancy when he went on the air bragging his Arbitron ratings in the 25-54 demographic were beating Limbaugh's. Problem was, those were only trend numbers based on the initial month they were on the air, with all the accompanying media hoopla that preceded their debut. A couple months later, when the real numbers were released, Rush had smacked Franken like a red-headed stepchild. By the end of 2004, Limbaugh's number in that demo were climbing while Franken's were sliding down.

Yep, the original managemen... (Below threshold)
Frank Cooper:

Yep, the original management or Air America was incompetent and lying. Once exposed, they were forced out.

New management has been in charge of Air America for a number of months now.

Air America is great and pa... (Below threshold)
Gr:

Air America is great and part of it is that they are honest about things and not rehearsed unlike Bush (town hall meetins a joke), Limbaugh and othe right wing nutwings (talking points). I like the non-rehearsed stuff and it adds to the icon as it grows. The productions are great nad have a freshness that the Goebelized right can't and will not be able to stay ahead of.

Hmmm... Distortion... (Below threshold)
Clive Tolson:

Hmmm...

Distortions and lies from Matt Drudge? Coincidence? No, the bitch just ain't right...

Frank C. got it right! And, being from Chicago and familiar with the episode here, it was a matter of the radio station's previous owner trying to extort more money out of AA. It was settled in court and in AA's favor, although we still have no station here. More to do with a competitive market and not an appropriate wattage station available.

Reading TC's ongoing obsession with AA, is like reading Republicans picking out the one helpful piece of data in a current Bush approval poll.

Air America was only on for 2 1/2 months in Chicago, but the first Arbitron book gave them a 3.3 share. TC leaves out the fact that AA is beating Rush in many markets, and the only reason the Conservative Clear Channel pick them up, should be obvious.

It's O'Reilly paying affiliates to keep his radio show on, and Hannity dissing the Freeper Brd just to scare up some more listeners.

From Billboard.HBO t... (Below threshold)
pbrauer:

From Billboard.
HBO to Air Docu on Air America: "Left of the Dial"
March 23, 2005
By Tony Sanders


Air America gets a one-year birthday present from HBO on March 31 when the cable network airs the documentary “Left of the Dial” by director Patrick Farrelly and producer Kate O'Callaghan. The film tracks most of the past year’s travails as the liberal network started, faltered and was yanked off the air in some major markets. A Drudge Report review of the documentary played up “The doubts. The lies. The bounced checks. The heartbreak.”

Air America Radio president Jon Sinton told Billboard Radio Monitor “This documentary is a sanctioned event. Matt Drudge, notwithstanding, we’ve signed off on it. The filmmakers had access to us and it truly is a story of birth, death and resurrection. It’s a very redemptive story. We’re not displeased with it at all.”

An HBO release says the documentary “reveals the nervous expectations of investors who staked their careers on the network,” including Evan Cohen, Air America’s former chairman, David Goodfriend, who becomes the network’s general counsel, and investor Doug Kreeger. Along with profiles of many of the networks personalities, descriptions of nervous debuts, shouting matches and other frenzied activity, HBO says the documentary closes late in 2004 when, “in December 2004, a new round of investors brings Air America a measure of financial stability.” HBO pegs the affiliate roster at 40 by year’s end.

As of March 23, Air America has added another 11 stations and now boasts 51 affiliates.

The film will debut on Thursday, March 31 at 8pm (ET), with other playdates on April 5, 11 and 14.

Well, interesting who has i... (Below threshold)
-S-:

Well, interesting who has identified as fan of Air America, and who has not. I think this categorizes Air America pretty well.

Dead Air? Like it or not, ... (Below threshold)
H_Stock:

Dead Air? Like it or not, Air America is slowly (in a year, perhaps not so slow?) gaining access to markets and to greater segments of the country. They're even in Dallas, Texas.

Clive,As I asked "bi... (Below threshold)

Clive,
As I asked "billy" earlier, back up your claims about ratings with facts. You tell me the edition of Arbitron's book where the numbers your citing exist; don't be another FrankenFan who cherry-picks attenuated demo numbers to show a success. And show me which markets AI is beating Limbaugh.

If you actually read the Air Idiot posts I've put up on my site, my argument with them was never about the politics, it was about the business. They went into radio thinking you could just throw money around and succeeed. Even now, with huge amounts of investor capital having been churned through their operation, and a level of free publicity delivered by all manner of fawning print and televised coverage, they are operating in the red, and a good percentage of their on-air adverts are PSAs that bring in no revenue.

They are, and unless they start shedding the losers that litter their lineup and replace them with radio pros, nothing more than a niche broadcaster. Ed Shultz, all by himself, is heard on 20 more stations than Air Idiot. As a counterweight to Limbaugh, Hannity et al, they aren't even in the arena, nevermind playing the same game.

Why are you people so threa... (Below threshold)
Unrepentant liberal:

Why are you people so threatened by people having views that disagree with yours? Are you so unsure of what you believe that you need everyone to march in lockstep?

I don't understand people w... (Below threshold)
Jack Tanner:

I don't understand people wanting AA to fail, but they do need to go with radio pros. My question is whether this is going to be a medium that works for them. There's some potential audience liberal radio but I think the talk radio format may work a lot better for conservative radio. Like Ann Coulter said 'they've got a built in audience, people driving back and forth to work.'

If billy and clive want to ... (Below threshold)
OregonMuse:

If billy and clive want to believe that Err America is taking the country by storm, I think we should leave them to their delusions.

As has been pointed out here, regardless of politics, much of AA is just crappy radio. The only ass clown in the original AA lineup with any prior radio experience was Randi Rhodes. I guess now they have Ed Shultz on board, but listen to some of the other moonbats-in-residence, say, Al Franken, and it's just embarrassinlgy painful.

the facile erudition profer... (Below threshold)

the facile erudition proferred by escapees from the DU tombs is always breathtaking to behold.

Hmmmm a business venture th... (Below threshold)
DC:

Hmmmm a business venture that didn't make money right away.........wow what are the odds.

Hmmmmm an entire radio network slow in starting........wow.

Whats the big deal, it'll grow as many people are tired of the insane idiocy of Hannity and the like. I actually used to like the guy until he became a complete idealoque.

Man people losing money-it's almost like those republicans over a Enron.

'As a counterweight to Limb... (Below threshold)
Chance:

'As a counterweight to Limbaugh, Hannity et al, they aren't even in the arena, nevermind playing the same game.'

I wouldn't want to be on the field getting as dirty as those two. But this is a new venture, give it time.

Hannity and Limbaugh have been pushing their agenda for years. America is slow to change but change she always does.

But Chance, what Air Idiot ... (Below threshold)

But Chance, what Air Idiot (and ideologically blinded lefties) failed to take into account is that Hannity and Limbaugh grew a listening audience on their own merits as broadcasters; they didn't create it overnight out of thin air. Hannity's show didn't even go national until September 11, 2001. Up to then, he was a local voice in Atlanta, then overnights in NYC. He kept drawing listeners, so ABC Radio decided to put him on their national network.

Look at what happened today: Air Idiot announced that they would start carrying Jerry Springer's radio show on all their outlets. But the contract that was signed allows Springer ownership of his show and the ability to sell his show to any station he can cut a deal with, regardless of whether or not they carry any other Air Idiot broadcast. They wanted him, but he didn't want to be tied to them. He's following Limbaugh's model. If his rating numbers get large enough, he'll bolt the Air Idiot fold and syndicate himself, and there will be no coattails for Air Idiot to ride when that happens, unless they bury him with dough, which would freak Franken right out, because he'd no longer be the big dog in the Air Idiot yard.

Because, whatever might be part of their corporate name, Air Idiot is not, and has never been, a network. A network owns stations; it doesn't go hat-in-hand to programming directors and pitch itself in the hope of getting picked to fill air time. A number of the Clear Channel stations that Air Idiot now claim as "affiliates" only carry Franken, Rhodes, and maybe Garafolo; they haven't turned their entire broadcast day over to AI's roster. They might be enticed by the possibilities that "progressive" talk offer to increase revenue, but they ain't nuts enough to trust this crew with their whole broadcast day.

Of all the sad sights.....<... (Below threshold)
uranium:

Of all the sad sights.....

While congress and the richest fraction of a percent of our citizenry are stealing everything, from our National parks to our health care system, we're bitching about Air America, Schiavo and Michael Jackson. You (we) deserve it. Thank God Jefferson and Madison and Lincoln are dead. They would be embarrassed by us. Thank you.

TC, I'm not your r... (Below threshold)
Clive Tolson:

TC,

I'm not your researcher, so why don't you instead prove my assertions wrong?

You're obviously pissed that I pointed out that your anti-Air America site is riddled with partisan-picked holes, which is conspicuously lacking in recent entry posts, I might add. You've got a source for Arbitron data, use it!

Btw, I'd pay good money to see you work your magic on Bush's latest polling results?

Clive, ...dude!Y... (Below threshold)

Clive, ...dude!
You're obviously pissed that I pointed out that your anti-Air America site is riddled with partisan-picked holes, which is conspicuously lacking in recent entry posts, I might add. You've got a source for Arbitron data, use it!
Do me a solid: you show me where those holes you are talking about here are hiding, and I'll send the twenty dollar bill that will let you get jiggy with it.

Look, asshole, it's an easy equation: You said you got numbers, so show me the numbers.
Don't you fucking dare try and get involved in a battle of semantics with me...you are naked, puppy. I'll skin your ass alive.

Look, asshole, it's an ... (Below threshold)
Clive Tolson:

Look, asshole, it's an easy equation: You said you got numbers, so show me the numbers.

Yep,

This is how it all starts, when you begin to distort what I actually said! Never said I had Arbitron numbers, but it's obvious you do! The partisan-picked holes in your site, are the ratings data that you omitted because it makes you look like the liar you are. You're the expert, should be easy to prove me wrong.

Btw, 'semantics' is arguing that 3 AA shows on a station does not make a 'network'. Which should mean O'Reilly alone on one station in Chicago, ain't a network either.

Clive, you tool,... (Below threshold)

Clive, you tool,
This is how it all starts, when you begin to distort what I actually said!

You said:
Air America was only on for 2 1/2 months in Chicago, but the first Arbitron book gave them a 3.3 share. TC leaves out the fact that AA is beating Rush in many markets, and the only reason the Conservative Clear Channel pick them up, should be obvious.

"Never said I had Arbitron numbers..."

Hey, schmuck? If you can't keep your own words in gear with your brain, how 'bout we Shiavo your ass?

TC Said:Because... (Below threshold)
pbrauer:

TC Said:

Because, whatever might be part of their corporate name, Air Idiot is not, and has never been, a network. A network owns stations;

Where did you get such a stupid idea?

Premiere Radio Networks doesn't own radio stations.

Neither does the Jones Radio Networks

pbrauer, those are fallacio... (Below threshold)

pbrauer, those are fallacious examples. Both of those outfits are subsidary operations: Premiere of Clear Channel, owner of over 1000 stations; Jones of Jones International, Ltd., a sprawling conglomorate that also offers education and financial services in addition to various media operations, one where they own transponder space on satellites that they lease to operations like Air Idiot.

In case you really need a w... (Below threshold)

In case you really need a whack with the Cluebat, moonbat. that means "Their Mommy Owns Broadcasting Outlets."

C'mon...let's play. I can swat your crap all night and day.

TC,I provided a link... (Below threshold)
pbrauer:

TC,
I provided a link to Premiere Radio Networks History page for a reason. I am well aware of Clear Channel and it growth since the passage of the Communications Act of 1996.

BTW, those radio ratings that you can see posted at various web sites, such as Radio and Records (and occasionally by Drudge), have very little to do with the commercial success of a radio station. They are for ages 12+, but advertisers are interested in specific demographic data, such as 25-54 and 18-34. Radio stations must pay for this data and thus is not provided to the general public.

I don't have a problem with conservative programs being on the radio. Why do you have a problem with liberal or progressive radio? If you don't like it, you don't turn it on. It is as simple as that.

TC, I was quoting ... (Below threshold)
Clive Tolson:

TC,

I was quoting from an article by Robert Feder, who is the local radio critic for the Sun-Times.

You're obviously dodging and throwing out insults because you're a partisan fraud, who can't back up his claims.

Okay, let's beat both these... (Below threshold)

Okay, let's beat both these monkeys in one, breathtakingly awesome paragraph, where I just smack the living shit and beat the bejeezus out of you tiny little putzers...

FIRST:"Clive"
Piss off you, you ignorant prick. If you cannot offer solid argument, then why don't you just crawl your ass back into a DU hellhole. YOU tossed numbers on the table. Show up, or shut the fuck up.

"pbrauer,"
BTW, those radio ratings that you can see posted at various web sites, such as Radio and Records (and occasionally by Drudge), have very little to do with the commercial success of a radio station. They are for ages 12+, but advertisers are interested in specific demographic data, such as 25-54 and 18-34. Radio stations must pay for this data and thus is not provided to the general public.

I have the breakdown numbers at my fingertips...every single way, they lose....

HOW MUCH MONEY YOU WILLING TO BET?

In other words, yackass, I ... (Below threshold)

In other words, yackass, I got the book. Still wanna bet with me, schnook?

YOU Picked this fight, you ... (Below threshold)

YOU Picked this fight, you useless morons.

FINISH IT.

MONEY UP, YOU CKICKEN PUNKS... (Below threshold)

MONEY UP, YOU CKICKEN PUNKS

I should let you know: I bu... (Below threshold)

I should let you know: I buy the Arbitron book as part of my regular job...I design ads (once in a while) and consult where to jamm dollars...

C'MON, YOU PUNKS, YOU PLAY WITH ME. i'LL RIP YOU A WHOLE NEW HOLE

useless...... (Below threshold)

useless...

I should let you know: I... (Below threshold)
pbrauer:

I should let you know: I buy the Arbitron book as part of my regular job...I design ads (once in a while) and consult where to jamm dollars...

C'MON, YOU PUNKS, YOU PLAY WITH ME. i'LL RIP YOU A WHOLE NEW HOLE

Please tell me why you are so angry. I really couldn't care less about what you buy or don't buy. So please keep it in your pants. I am not here to argue numbers or make bets. I have a google news alert for "Air America" and a link to this site showed up last week. What I found was bunch of people believing Matt Drudge' rhetoric. I had a huge chuckle posting my information.

As for ripping a new hole, this guy would probably take you on.

Now that we've all actually... (Below threshold)
SaveFarris:

Now that we've all actually SEEN it, I view it as just another example the Left's current delusional state.

The ending, trying to bookend the beginning montage of a country "owned" by conservative radio, showed a vehicle traveling coast-to-coast w/ Air America providing the soundtrack. Trouble is, unless that car was outfitted w/ XM, it's a geographic impossibility. Outside of a few mini-stations in Texas and Colorado, all of AirAmerica's stations are on the East Coast, West Coast, and the Rust Belt. In other words, "Blue" America. All they're doing is preaching to the choir.




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