Rick Emerson - Internet Broadcasting

Internet Broadcasting

Rick, along with Dawn Taylor and his old KOTK program director Bruce Agler began building the Emerson News Network in May 2010. Rick called in the expertise of members of his audience, many of whom had continued to support him through his unemployment, in order to build the new network. June 14, 2010 brought Emerson to guest on the Cort and Fatboy Show on pdx.fm. He used his guest appearance to announce his intentions to launch his new network on June 21. He outlined his plan to host two shows. The first being Legion of News, which is structured much like the 'news hour' of his previous shows, however without his many diatribes. The second show, dubbed The Rick Emerson Show, will continue with news stories, along with guests, observations, and audience interaction. Legion of News is broadcast weekdays from 12 Noon to 1 PM on Cascadia.fm. The Rick Emerson Show is broadcast via Live365 from RickEmersonShow.com and requires a $6.99/month subscription. According to Emerson, both shows are widely listened to, including listeners from all over the world. Cascadia.fm was sold in December 2011, moving Legion of News under the Emerson News Network subscription service.

On January 2, 2012, Rick announced that he would be retiring from the broadcasting industry at the end of January 2012. While the Internet station he started has continued, under the moniker Funemployment Radio Network reflecting the new management team of Greg Nibler and Sarah X Dylan.

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