Who is the host of On Point?
What station is car talk on?
What is the meaning of On Point?
Is WBUR credible?
“WBUR has been a credible digital innovator,” Low told her staff. “But as listening habits and media consumption patterns continue to shift, we have to confront head-on how we reach new audiences and become even more relevant in people’s lives.
When did car talk start?
What does WBUR mean?
Boston University Radio
Where are the Car Talk guys from?
Are the Car Talk guys in cars 3?
Ray and Tom Magliozzi (Dusty and Rusty in Cars 3) are brothers who co-host of NPR’s weekly radio show Car Talk, where they were known as “Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers.”
When did Car Talk stop?
Is Click and Clack still on the air?
Recently, two members of NPR—KPCC and WUNC—announced that they will stop airing the hit car-related comedy show after this weekend. That tripped up a few websites, who took this as meaning the two hosts—nicknamed Click and Clack—would finally be off the air forever after 40 years.
How can I listen to Car Talk?
Ways to Listen Want to take Car Talk with you? Sign up for our weekly podcast and our lousy show will download on Saturdays. It’s free, but remember: you get what you pay for!
Where is WBUR located?
Is Car Talk still on NPR?
NPR will continue distributing weekly episodes of Car Talk via podcast. Just go to www.cartalk.com/podcast or the NPR One app and subscribe. Thank you for your years of support and for listening.
When did Tom Magliozzi die?
3 November 2014
How do I call NPR On Point?
Let’s make sense of the world – together. Join the conversation by leaving us a voicemail at On Point is that now exceedingly rare public space where you hear nuanced explorations of complex topics live and in real time.
How long was car talk on the air?
Why are they called the Tappet Brothers?
Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the Peabody Award-winning hosts of Car Talk on NPR, are better known as “Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers” — taking their names from the clickety-clack sound made by aging autos. Tom and Ray dispense car advice in the broad accents of the tough East Cambridge neighborhood where they grew up.
How old is Magliozzi?
72 years (30 March 1949)
What happened to Car Talk on NPR?
On June 8, 2012, it was announced that Car Talk would stop producing new episodes in September 2012, though NPR would continue airing reruns of the show.
Is NPR on AM radio?
NPR has added its voice to the Federal Communication Commission’s proceeding on revitalizing AM radio. That would be nearly eighty out of the 975 public stations across the country for which NPR produces and distributes content—in other words, roughly eight percent of public stations broadcast on the AM band.
What happened to On Point on NPR?
Tyler Falk, Reporter | July 15, 2020. WBUR will cut the live call-in portion of the midday talk show On Point and reduce the show from two hours to one, CEO Margaret Low told stations July 1.