George Russell’s Morning Liftoff Show
New Hampshire Talk Radio Host will host special broadcast from ‘Radio Row’ in Washington during Obama Inauguration
George Russell of the WSMN 1590 ‘Morning Liftoff ‘ Show will be in Washington, DC on Monday Jan 19 and Tuesday Jan 20 to host a special Inauguration Ceremony broadcast from 6:00am – 2:00 pm on both days.
Russell is part of a select group of broadcasters invited to sit at the Liaison Hotel ballroom on “Radio Row”, organized by ‘Talk Radio News Service’. Live coverage by Russell will feature Senators, Congressman and other national political figureheads throughout the program. Mr. Russell’s normal aggressive questioning on important national and international issues will be just some of the edifying information throughout the 16 hours of live coverage over the course of both days.
Listeners outside of the broadcast footprint can listen live online by either audio stream:
‘George Russell’s Morning Liftoff ‘normal program airs Monday – Friday from 6:00 – 10:00am, the show website is www.morningliftoff.com
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