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Glenn Beck’s Radio Show Losing Steam? Four More Stations Drop

 width=’s controversial seems to finally be losing steam as the host has recently been accused of “ranting” instead of “entertaining.” Who knew?

Beck’s views are all over the place and he dables in and the show is confusing which doesn’t sit well in various markets.  Buckley Radio is dropping the hot-button program from four of its stations in Connecticut. Those stations include:  WDRC-AM, WWCO-AM, WSNG-AM, and WMMW-AM, which simulcast the same programs.

“I am making the change in programming to address the Talk of Connecticut ’s for more locally originated program that feature Connecticut issues,” Eric Fanhoe, Vice President/General Manager, Buckley Radio of Connecticut, wrote in an e-mail this past Thursday. The  Connecticut division’s , also confirmed the need for more local programming in an e-mail:  “Quite simply, we are making the change in our programming lineup because our TALK of Connecticut have expressed a desire for more locally originated programming featuring issues important to us here at home. This change will more closely align us with that goal.”

The move comes nearly after  Buckley’s flagship station in New York,  WOR Radio, dropped Beck in early January. At that time, WOR executives replaced Beck with a local veteran host.