Bill Handel

KFI Radio host

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Talk show host at KFI Radio.

Bill Handel on KCRW

The Fairness Doctrine was revoked in the 1980s, leading to the rise of right wing talk radio in the 90s.

What's behind our information polarization?

The Fairness Doctrine was revoked in the 1980s, leading to the rise of right wing talk radio in the 90s.

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