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N.R.A Goes Primetime

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BJPZOO, Aug 13, 2006.

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  1. BJPZOO

    BJPZOO Member

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    Beginning August 9, "Cam and Company" moves to 9 pm to midnight Eastern every weeknight on NRANews.com and Sirius Satellite Radio Patriot Channel 144!

    From coast to coast, we'll be able to reach more Americans than ever before--in PRIME TIME.

    We're also expanding our broadcast day to bring you more news more often every weekday (all times Eastern):

    Noon: NRANews.com live news update on all the day's events

    3 pm: NRANews.com live news update on all the day's events

    5:15 pm: "The Daily News with Ginny Simone" starting 9/11/06, featuring live interviews with newsmakers and up-to-the-minute coverage of your firearm freedom

    8 pm: Sneak preview of the guests, stories, issues and events to be covered in that evening's "Cam and Company"

    9 pm-midnight: The new PRIME TIME edition of "Cam and Company," America's first and best live news coverage about Second Amendment issues

    From the halls of Congress to state legislatures to your hometown, we'll be covering Second Amendment freedom and the shooting sports in new and exciting ways.
     
  2. Cacique500

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    Not really pleased about the change. They used to have a replay of the previous days show first thing in the morning, and then the 'live' show at 3 pm. I'm in the car a lot and was able to catch them most days.

    Now they've moved Bill Bennet into the morning, G Gordon Liddy at 10, and some new idiot at 12. I won't be able to catch Cam and Company anymore due to how 'late' it's on. Think I'll write Sirius a letter about it...and it's a shame because that's the only reason I went with Sirius.
     
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