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Scott Hennen has a new timeslot and a new plan to enlist his fans as backers – “founding fathers,” as he puts it – of AM 1100 The Flag. The conservative talk radio host said Thursday he will announce today that he’s seeking 1,600 backers to put $1,000 each toward the purchase and operation of the station.
Scott Hennen, the man conservative talk radio listeners in the Red River Valley call “The Chairman,” plans to keep AM1100 The Flag focused on conservative talk. Hennen declined to reveal who makes up his current investor group. But he said oil billionaire Harold Hamm, who he counts as a friend, is not part of that group.
Conservative host previously owned station Scott Hennen, a conservative talk show host and radio station manager, has signed an agreement to buy back 1100 AM The Flag, the Fargo radio station he founded in 2008 before his investors fired him in 2010.
Wendy Reuer, Eric Peterson and John Lamb
, April 18, 2012
Scott Hennen’s conservative talk show has been dropped from KNOX Radio in Grand Forks, his “adopted hometown,” as the station moves to more news-oriented afternoon programming, program director Jarrod “J.T.” Thomas said Tuesday.
They’re loving siblings, but he loves Reagan, she loves Occupy
They share a name, a family, a love for radio and a marked propensity to talk. But while Scott Hennen has established himself as the conservative radio voice of the Red River Valley, the brash and sometimes bombastic Rush Limbaugh of the Upper Midwest, sister Nancy Hennen marches to a much different drummer: campaigning in 2008 for Barack Obama, championing left-leaning causes through social media and now helping to organize the fledgling Occupy North Dakota movement.
James Carville and Mary Matalin talked politics Monday night at Concordia College.
The couple on opposite sides of the political spectrum – Carville is a Democrat and Matalin is a Republican – talked to an overflow crowd of at least 1,000 about issues facing the country today.
N.D. Tea Party Caucus held its first of several statewide events Thursday, drawing about 50 local supporters The tea party movement has made waves across the country and had a growing presence in North Dakota over the past two years, but Perry Schumacher said Thursday that supporters need to move beyond rallies and holding up signs because that’s “not enough” anymore.
According to a lawsuit filed last month in Colorado’s U.S. District Court:
Rob Port and Scott Hennen, both featured radio personalities on Fargo’s AM-1100 The Flag, published a photo without permission on the SayAnythingBlog.com blog.
Scott Hennen, the Fargo radio personality whose talk show career was launched in Grand Forks, is recovering Tuesday following surgery on Monday to remove his colon after pre-cancerous growths were found.
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