Translation of talk radio in Spanish:

talk radio

noun

US

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    programa de radio en el que el público participa por teléfono
    • While the mainstream press is likely to ignore the issue, it might be publicized via the Internet and talk radio.
    • Reynolds is fast becoming the table setter for what gets talked about on talk radio and TV chat shows.
    • However, anyone who has access to the Internet can listen to and participate in Internet talk radio.
    • Many stations include an element of talk radio in their proposals.
    • The angry everyman is an old cliche in the news game, one that is alive and well in talk radio, on cable TV and on new Internet venues.
    • It can play podcasts, which are a new form of talk radio that comes through your computer onto your iPod.
    • When one listens to talk radio or reads the daily broadsheets it is clear that Ireland no longer speaks with a single voice.
    • They know what they are supposed to say and it filters up down and around talk radio, cable news and into the mainstream.
    • I don't listen to music; when I do decide to listen to something it is generally talk radio.
    • I normally prefer listening to talk radio as opposed to music while driving.
    • A recent survey by Gallup says that 22 percent of Americans get their news from talk radio.
    • Whether or not anyone learned anything is debatable, but it probably made for engaging talk radio.
    • The credibility of the news media is the big buzz today on talk radio all across America.
    • The story will definitely continue to be the lightning rod of talk shows and talk radio.
    • Even local talk radio has been engineered into a kind of therapy, where listeners phone in to vent by the megawatt.
    • On talk radio, current affairs issues serve the same purpose as everything else that goes to air.
    • I haven't listened to a radio station that plays music in years, but I listen to talk radio a lot.
    • It's been years since I listened to talk radio of any kind, but this news pleases me.
    • They're listening to talk radio because they feel like it gives them another alternative.
    • Around one in five now gets news from talk radio and 38 percent from cable TV broadcasts.