I am a regular listener of “The Stephanie Miller Show” which is broadcast on AM radio from 9-12 EDT. I normally don’t listen to it via radio, but I do I listen to it online when I can.

Her show is liberal/progressive talk radio and it’s absolutely hilarious.

Next week, “The Stephanie Miller Show” will be guest hosting in Imus’ old slot on MSNBC. yep, live television. I don’t have a TV right now and my roommate doesn’t have cable, so I am hoping I can catch some of it broadcast online at MSNBC.

They have been joking that their slightly sophomoric brand of humor may not translate to video. I think it’ll be fantastic!

Here is a snippet from the Wikipedia page for the SHOW.

The Stephanie Miller Show is a syndicated liberal talk radio program that discusses politics, current events, and pop culture using a humorous, fast-paced, impromptu style. The three-hour show is hosted by comedienne Stephanie Miller along with voice artist Jim Ward and engineer Chris Lavoie (who is also the show’s executive producer). The show debuted in September 2004 and is broadcast live each weekday morning on many radio stations throughout the U.S. The radio show should not be confused with Miller’s short-lived 1995 syndicated TV talk show with the same name.

Talkers Magazine named Stephanie Miller as one of the 100 most important radio talk show hosts in the America in 2007, describing her as a funny, smart, and charming rising star of the progressive talk format.[2] The Stephanie Miller Show is heard on at least 37 affiliates around the country and on Sirius Satellite Radio.

The show is scheduled to be televised live on MSNBC on three consecutive days starting Monday, April 30th, 2007. It will originate from MSNBC’s studio in Secaucus, New Jersey, three hours earlier than usual, from 6 AM to 9 AM Eastern Time.[3] Radio affiliates will carry a delayed broadcast in the show’s usual time slot.

3 Comments on Stephanie Miller in Imus’ Old Slot Next Week

  1. marklar_ says:

    That’s pretty bold on MSNBC’s part to put such a progressive voice on their network

    • B.E.M. says:

      It really is. I don’t know who else they have had guest host. Stephanie Miller said that the MSNBC brass asked her to be sensitive to what just happened. It’ll be interesting…and funny, I’m sure.

  2. rebelfilms says:

    sounds highly cool!

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