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What’s on TV and radio this weekend: Thursday, July 7

The Times/The Sunday Times 07 Jul 2022
For full TV listings for the week, see thetimes.co.uk/tvplanner. Viewing guide, by Joe Clay. The Baby. Sky Atlantic/Now, 9pm ... ... .
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“Sun Radio Network” Aircheck 1988 Belmont Stakes Coverage

Bitchute 07 Jul 2022
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Bitchute 07 Jul 2022
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Popular Florida radio host Lourdes Ubieta quits show after Soros-backed media group buys station

New York Post 07 Jul 2022
A popular conservative radio host has quit her high-profile Miami gig ahead of the anticipated purchase of her station by a George Soros-backed liberal group, according to a report. Cuban-American Lourdes Ubieta, who hosted a show on Miami’s Radio Mambi, said she rejected a lucrative deal to stay on at the station.
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Talk Radio Hosts Revive Fraud Lies as Explanation for Any Fall Election Losses

Creators Syndicate 07 Jul 2022
Right-wing radio hosts around the country are planting in the minds of listeners the idea that Democrats cannot possibly win the elections this November without engaging in massive fraud — long before the ballots have even been printed.
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ESPN Radio play-by-play announcer Sean Kelley chosen as next 'Voice of the Florida Gators'

The Ledger 07 Jul 2022
Kelley brings over 20 years of professional experience with him to Gainesville, including the last three years at ESPN as the lead play-by-play voice for college football on ESPN Radio ... In 2021, Kelley served as the play-by-play announcer on national radio when Florida football faced LSU, and again in 2019 when the Gators battled Miami and LSU.
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CDO Council pilot fights wildfires using interagency data to target fuel sources

Federal News Radio 07 Jul 2022
Fighting increasingly dangerous wildfires falls on federal, state and local government agencies — each with their own fire mitigation projects and data. But the Federal Chief Data Officers Council is developing ways to use this interagency data to reduce the spread and severity of wildfires ... READ MORE ... So there are three sides of the equation ... U.S ... U.S.
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Ex-Cheer star Jerry Harris sentenced to 12 years in prison for child sexual abuse images charges

The Guardian 07 Jul 2022
Prosecutors had urged the lengthy sentence, saying that Harris’s status as a celebrity had enabled him to “persuade and entice” his young victims to engage in sexual conduct ... Other sources of help can be found at Child Helplines International ....
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Soros takeover: Conservative radio star Lourdes Ubieta quits iconic Radio Mambi ahead of sale to ...

Fox News 06 Jul 2022
Radio host Lourdes Ubieta has quit Miami’s conservative talk station Radio Mambi as a group linked to liberal billionaire George Soros is set to take over ... .
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What’s on TV and radio this weekend: Wednesday, July 6

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Jul 2022
For full TV listings for the week, see thetimes.co.uk/tvplanner. Viewing guide, by Joe Clay. MOTD Live. Women’s Euros 2022. BBC1, 7pm ... TheSponsored. .

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