Rick Amato Show Begins Inland Empire Broadcast Starts Tonight
Starting tonight, Thursday Jan. 18, The Rick Amato Show begins airing in the Inland Empire on on 590 KTIE radio. Jim Sills had the news a few weeks ago, although Amato’s start was set back a week from the original Jan. 11 date. KTIE will pick his show beginning at 8 p.m., its second hour.
In the same announcement today, Amato said he has been named spokesman for the construction of the Ronald Reagan Monument Project in Temecula.
Here is more from the press release:
Starting this evening The Rick Amato Show can now be heard on NewsTalk 590 KTIE radio covering California’s Inland Empire of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties (population 4.3 million people). KTIE will pick up hour #2 of the show to be aired during the 8pm time slot. Amato will follow Salem syndicated talker Mike Gallagher and lead into Westwood One’s The Dennis Miller Show.
The show will continue to be a balance of California and national politics. However additional attention in the 8pm hour will be given to issues in the Inland Empire that are of consequence to statewide and national stories. For example, tonight’s show will focus on the construction of a controversial mega-Mosque proposed to be built in the small town of Temecula, CA.
The Rick Amato Show began in 2006 as a weekly Saturday show heard on KCBQ in San Diego. It quickly expanded to weeknights and is now an Award Winning show as both in 2009 and 2010 it received 1st place at the San Diego Press Club’s Annual Excellence In Journalism Awards, Category: Talk Radio, Best Interview.
Separately, it was also announced that Rick Amato has been named spokesman for the construction of the Ronald Reagan Monument Project in Temecula, CA. In 1983 President Reagan urged the U.S. Olympic Committee to use private funds and used the small town of Temecula, CA as an example of “can do spirit”. The people of Temecula had used private funds to build the towns only sports park for kids. Today the townspeople would like to repay the tribute to Reagan.
Rick Amato is a radio talk show host, Washington Times columnist, featured speaker at TEA Party events and publisher of the AmatoForLiberty.com newsletter.
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