Ohio Politician to Launch Syndicated Talker in 2011

Jul 28, 2010  •  Post A Comment

The former assistant attorney general for the state of Ohio will be the star of a new syndicated talk show from Tribune Broadcasting scheduled to premiere in fall 2011.

"The Bill Cunningham Show," a one-hour talk show, will be filmed in Chicago before a live audience. It will air Monday through Friday beginning in September 2011.

In a statement, Cunningham said, "I am proud to be an integral part of Tribune’s new original daytime programming initiative."

Cunningham currently hosts a weekday talk radio show on WLW-AM in Cincinnati.

Sean Compton, Tribune Broadcasting president of programming, said in a statement, "Bill’s show represents a great opportunity for Tribune to get back into original programming production."


  1. This is a joke, right? Bill Cunningham? Tribune is “getting back into original programming production” with that right wing nut case?

  2. Ohio politicians make great TV. Remember that Jerry Springer was mayor of Cincinnati.
    Phil Donahue doesn’t count: He was an ordinary talk show host in Dayton before he politicized his pre-Oprah talk show.

  3. Obviously the Tribune has not extracted it’s head from it’s rectum as of yet.

  4. Good post, thanks

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