Thursday, November 13, 2014

FROM THE RANGE TO THE STRANGE: WELLS GETS SYNDICATED

Big news in the radio world..You may remember the deep voice of John B. Wells on Coast to Coast AM. He was the weekend guy on the show until George Noory figured out that he was getting more popular than him and had him terminated from memory at the show..<br /><br/>Wells went off into Internet radio land, doing his own show called Caravan to Midnight&#8212;an odd name for a morning program..<br /><br/>But the uphill battle is paying off.. Wells has now been launched into national syndication.. Talkers Magazine reports, </p><br/><p> Entercom’s WRKO, Boston joins the affiliate roster as the first major market station, airing a Saturday evening edition of the show.  The “Caravan to Midnight” program debuted in February of this year</p><br/><p>Wells&#8217; website offered up a brief feature of the types of programs he has been broadcasting..<br /><br/>I have constantly supported Wells, except during those times when he delved a little far too much off a deep end of Sandy Hook conspiracy theories.. But it&#8217;s good to see him succeed when, without a doubt, the Noory circle of jerkles never wanted him too.<br /><br/>Three cheers for John B.Out of the dark of the deep range and into the light of the deep strange&#8230;<br /><br/>


Pounding away finally pays off..

Big news in the radio world..
You may remember the deep voice of John B. Wells on Coast to Coast AM. He was the weekend guy on the show until George Noory figured out that he was getting more popular than him and had him terminated from memory at the show..

Wells went off into Internet radio land, doing his own show called Caravan to Midnight—an odd name for a morning program..

But the uphill battle is paying off.. Wells has now been launched into national syndication..Talkers Magazine reports, 
 Entercom’s WRKO, Boston joins the affiliate roster as the first major market station, airing a Saturday evening edition of the show.  The “Caravan to Midnight” program debuted in February of this year

Wells’ website offered up a brief feature of the types of programs he has been broadcasting..

I have constantly supported Wells, except during those times when he delved a little far too much off a deep end of Sandy Hook conspiracy theories.. But it’s good to see him succeed when, without a doubt, the Noory circle of jerkles never wanted him too.

Three cheers for John B.
Out of the dark of the deep range and into the light of the deep strange…

 

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