LA Roundtable #74: Politics and Talk Radio - Oct 04, 2012

Nationally syndicated talk radio host, Hugh Hewitt, discusses the influence of talk radio in the national political dialogue, and the relative absence of liberal voices on radio (as opposed to cable TV). Hewitt, an outspoken conservative, worked in the Reagan and Nixon administrations, and was Executive Director of the Richard M. Nixon Library at its dedication.  In Southern California, Hewitt has been a host and commentator on KCET and KFI.  His live daily show is currently heard weekday afternoons on KRLA and on 120 radio stations across the U.S.