June 7, 2010

Oprah's BFF Gayle King is Added to WURD Radio

Gayle King offers her unique perspective on an array of topics ranging from current events and cultural trends to politics and more.

She brings listeners closer to their favorite celebrities and notable public figures with her revealing, compelling daily interviews. Her show will air on Monday - Friday from 10 a.m.- 12 noon on talk radio station 900 AM WURD in Philadelphia.

In the following interview Gayle talks about her radio show and her relationship with Oprah in an AP interview at XM/Sirius satellite radio studios.

The Gayle King Show is syndicated and distributed across the country by Westwood One.

Westwood One will also distribute a daily feature from Dr. Mehmet Oz, host of daytime television's newest hit, The Dr. Oz Show, and a three-hour weekend program, with content from Gayle King, Dr. Oz and other Harpo Radio programs. These programs will also be streamed on Westwood One's affiliates' Web sites.

This agreement expands the distribution of The Gayle King Show, which is currently in its fourth year on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, to include Westwood One's affiliate base of more than 5,000 radio stations.

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