THE DULLUM FILE Ryan, Ed and Me
Ryan Bakken dropped my name in his Grand Forks Herald column today.He compares me (somewhat) favorably to Ed Schultz. In the same piece Ryan also writes about chest hair, aging and pie. Keep in mind w... Posted on 7/1/12 at 7:19 AM
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Dig yourself out after the latest storm, then sit back and enjoy the show! MSNBC's Ed Schultz has been asked to run for the ND Senate seat. What do YOU think ... Posted on 1/7/10 at 1:55 AM
NASCAR DAD Ed Schultz vs Scott Hennen
Ed and Scott have had a recent business deal. Scott was in GF and moved to Fargo and ran WDAY Radio and now has his own station. Ed was with WDAY and KFGO, he now has a tv show and 3 hour national rad... Posted on 7/13/09 at 5:12 AM
Ed Schultz, a longtime radio talk show host in the Red River Valley, announced this morning on KQLX 106.1 FM that he was no longer planning to host his one-hour show on the Lisbon, N.D., radio station.
Ed Schultz, the talk show host who started his career as a cable news pundit on MSNBC this past week, is moving to a new home in his hometown of Fargo: KQLX 106.1 FM, the former classic country station that flipped its format in late March to become Fargo-Moorhead’s first FM news-talk station.
KFGO-AM radio in Fargo announced this morning that longtime radio talk show personality Ed Schultz would no longer be part of their local lineup.
Joel Heitkamp, who had hosted a KFGO talk show host from 2-5 p.m. daily, will take over Schultz's former "News and Views" from 8:30-10:30 a.m. The morning intro to the show was redone today to exclude Schultz and replace it with Heitkamp.
A moment of silence for the passing of a local mouthpiece – or applause?
He crossed over the Mississippi back in the hippie days, attended college via a full ride from the state of Minnesota due to a God-given talent to air the football and a personal drive fueled by ego. He rode his success out of town to Canadian football, where, according to Wikipedia, he failed because he couldn’t adjust to the different rules.
FARGO - Fargo talk-show host Ed Schultz, the righty-turned-lefty who hosts a liberal radio show syndicated on more than 100 U.S. stations, will soon have a show on liberal-leaning cable TV network MSNBC.
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