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Beasley Media Launches Voting Campaign

The initiative is called Your Vote – Your Voice and will feature PSAs that are 15 and 30 seconds in length, along with content specific to station websites. Messaging will also be displayed across company in-car dash platforms.

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Beasley Media Group is rolling out a series of new PSAs encouraging eligible voters to participate in the 2020 election.

The initiative is called Your Vote – Your Voice and will feature PSAs that are 15 and 30 seconds in length, along with content specific to station websites. Messaging will also be displayed across company in-car dash platforms.

“In the United States, voting is a right, a privilege and with that comes a responsibility for all of us to do our part,” said Beasley Media Group Chief Content Officer Justin Chase. “This campaign is a great reminder that no matter who you choose, it’s important to make sure your voice is heard at the polls.”

Early voting is already happening in numerous states across the country, with other states opening the early voting window this week.

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SiriusXM CEO Shares Update on Howard Stern Contract Talks

Stern’s presence has turned the company around. 14 years ago, when his original deal was announced, the number of subscribers jumped from 600,000 to more than 2.2 million.

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The head of SiriusXM addressed the ongoing contract negotiations with Howard Stern during a conference call on Thursday.

“Howard tells me he’s never been happier. And our relationship with Howard is very strong,” said CEO Jim Meyer. “He is producing fantastic content and his show has never been better.”

Stern inked a five-year, $500 million contract with Sirius in 2006, he signed a new deal in 2015. Stern’s presence has turned the company around. 14 years ago, when his original deal was announced, the number of subscribers jumped from 600,000 to more than 2.2 million. Today, the company has nearly 35 million subscribers.

Meyer said getting a long-term deal done with Stern is important. “From my perspective, we are far along, but it’s never done until it’s done. I am confident we will have an agreement soon to announce shortly.”

Stern’s deal with SiriusXM is up at the end of the year. Industry insiders have wondered if the “King of all Media” would leave the satellite broadcaster for streaming service Spotify.

“We have a set of economics that Howard’s team is happy with and I’m happy with,” said Meyer. “We’ve got to get the deal completed.” 

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Michael Savage Says Rush Limbaugh was ‘Crying About His Cancer’

Limbaugh revealed that his cancer is spreading during his opening monologue on Monday.

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Conservative talk show host Michael Savage ripped Rush Limbaugh for “crying about his cancer on the air.” Savage tweeted the criticism promising his listeners that he would leave the stage with dignity.

Limbaugh revealed that his cancer is spreading during his opening monologue on Monday. “We had stopped the growth. It had been reduced, and it had become manageable,” he said. The host revealed he had stage 4 lung cancer in February.

“I think I speak for, oh, pretty much everyone when I say STFU you absolute douchebag,” Megyn Kelly tweeted to Michael Savage. Thank you, Megyn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tweeted Rush’s brother, David.

“From the moment you get the diagnosis, there’s a part of you every day, OK, that’s it, life’s over, you just don’t know when,” Limbaugh said. “So, during the period after the diagnosis, you do what you can to prolong life, do what you can to prolong a happy life. You measure a happy life against whatever medication it takes.”  

Stage 4 lung cancer is incurable. Treatments are focused on slowing the progression of the disease, according to the American Cancer Society.

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Rush Limbaugh Reveals His Cancer has Spread

Limbaugh said a new treatment plan will be put into place with another round of chemotherapy.

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Rush Limbaugh’s cancer is spreading, the host revealed on his show Monday. Limbaugh was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in January. “We had stopped the growth. It had been reduced, and it had become manageable.”

Limbaugh said the idea is to keep the cancer where it is or maybe reduce it again. “We’ve shown that that is possible. If it happened once, it could happen again. So that’s the objective of the current treatment plan,” he said.

Stage 4 lung cancer is incurable. Treatments are focused on slowing the progression of the disease, according to the American Cancer Society. Limbaugh said a new treatment plan will be put into place with another round of chemotherapy. 

Limbaugh said he initially felt helpless when he first received the news of his diagnosis. “A treatment regimen was begun, and the first two of them failed… The third one? Magic. It worked. That’s where we were able, over the course of months, to render the cancer dormant,” he said 

“I never thought I would see October 1st.”

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