Some say recently deceased radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was a funny, kind, and sweet man, while others call him racist, sexist, and homophobic. So what was it like to work with him? Local radio anchor Kitty O’Neal shares her memories of working on Limbaugh’s show and his rise to fame here in Sacramento.
Limbaugh revolutionized talk radio and left a legacy on conservative media for generations to come; we take a closer look at the impact he had on the media landscape. CapRadio’s PolitiFact California Reporter Chris Nichols fact-checks a viral tweet about the state’s recall process, and we bid a fond farewell to Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero.
- CapRadio Interim News Anchor Mike Hagerty talks with KFBK News Anchor Kitty O’Neal about what it was like to work with recently deceased radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh when he came to Sacramento and as his career started to ascend
- Sacramento State Political Science and Mass Media Professor Kim Nalder on the impact Rush Limbaugh had on the conservative movement, his legacy of conservative media, and its impact on the electorate
- CapRadio PolitiFact California Reporter Chris Nichols digs into a viral tweet about California’s recall process and if it belongs in the ‘Pants on Fire!’ category
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero discusses his final day at the station and reflects on the stories he’s covered with Data Reporter Emily Zentner and Director of On-Demand Sally Schilling