Outspoken conservative politico with his own television talk show.
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The conservative talk show host mixes his own monologue with actual news footage, viewer videos, occasional phone calls, and rarely, guests. Nick Africano gathers public information from the streets of New York, while "Our Man in Washington" gathers material from media figures and politicians. "Our Woman in Washington" was added to the show when the elderly reporter yelled at Clinton "everything's going down the drain! Is that true?" and graciously accepted the semi-regular role. Often members of the crew would get on stage and do their thing, frequently Debra Phillips, with whom Rush would carry on arguments about such topics as "When is a hug sexual harassment?" Limbaugh terminated the show in 1996 after deciding the half-hour format, and its burial at the wee hours of the night was no longer an effective medium. Written by Scott Hutchins <scottandrewh@home.com>

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14 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Rush Limbaugh: This is Rush Limbaugh, coming to you with talent on loan from God!
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Never a good format
23 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Though he had funny bits, especially videos from the viewers, he kept trying to make it a television version of his radio show which just didn't work. He never blamed the liberals for his failing, but that he had to market the show in syndication which meant no one could watch at the same guaranteed time. He mentioned that repeatedly on radio. For a current events show, you really need one standardized time when all your news is in by and you can give comments on. When I first saw the show it was directly after our local news. Then the next year it was after Letterman. The next year it was after whoever went after Letterman(though I could get a channel that had the show on at 1030). Trying to make sure your editorials are up to date when Nightline has already been aired is difficult on the broadcast stations, even more so in syndication.


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