We at Free Talk Live have decided it is long past time that radio get serious about lowering spot count and we are leading the way.
New Media competition like podcasts and video streamers are nibbling away radio's listeners and we in radio have been coasting on our incumbency for too long. We will switch to a new 2023 clock on January 1st which will bring our local avails from fourteen minutes per hour to ten minutes and our network spots from six minutes to just TWO minutes per hour. We're serious about this, and hope you agree and will join us.
Ian & Mark
About the Program
Free Talk Live is the number one nationally syndicated pro-liberty talk show in North America. We broadcast the ideas of liberty seven nights per week on stations all across the nation. There are a number of great pro-liberty podcasts out there, but only Free Talk Live is doing outreach on the RADIO.
What's on your listenerís minds? Unlike those right-wing or left-liberal extremist shows, Free Talk Live is talk radio that ANYONE can take control of. Yes, even your listeners. Free Talk Live is the next generation of issues-oriented talk. What is the meaning of freedom? This show is about Liberty with a capital L. Free Talk Live is an open phones panel discussion with a variety of hosts. The hosts serve as a check on each other and bring diverse viewpoints to the table, while still all being liberty-friendly. FTL airs live seven nights per week from 7-10pm Eastern from the epicenter of the liberty media capitol of the world - Keene, New Hampshire.
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- Starting as an intern at a rock station when he was 17, Ian cut his teeth in both music and
news/talk for five years until late 2002, when Free Talk Live was born. Ian hosts the show and
performs most of the behind-the-scenes duties including affiliate relations, webmastering, and
engineering. He is a seasoned activist who formerly considered himself a libertarian, but has
since embraced voluntaryism.
Mark - - With a practical, gritty edge, Mark has been on the air for nearly 20 years. Although he held office as a Republican for several terms, his politics doesn't always jibe with others that call themselves Republicans. Mark believes peace and human liberty are the best solutions to any problem and that the US has turned its back on these ideals. As a student of history and economics, he holds out hope that the US can return to constitutional restraints, but wonders when it is time to abandon the ship of state.