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Here comes Daily Kos Radio

After much planning, working and mulling, here comes Daily Kos Radio!

Launching at Netroots Nation, Daily Kos Radio will be available online. Check here.

Here's our starting lineup:David Waldman, a/k/a KagroX, will host a two-hour show Monday to Friday, from 9 AM ET to 11 AM ET. David was the lead host of Daily Kos Radio on Sirius/XM last summer and will lead off the day with all the news that's fit to talk about.

Jesse LaGreca, a/k/a Ministry of Truth, will be hosting a one hour show daily from 11 AM to noon ET. Jesse, already a multimedia star, will be bringing the Occupy message to the Daily Kos airwaves.

I also will be on air, from noon to 1 PM ET.

Rebroadcasting and podcasts will be available from 1 pm ET on every day.

We'll have more news all this week on Daily Kos Radio, but here is the first big piece:

Jesse LaGreca will be reporting for Daily Kos Radio from the Wisconsin recall election next week.

Now here's the thing: For some of us, this is a labor of love and we are thrilled to be able to do it. Some, however, need a little coin. Here is where the Daily Kos community comes in. Help us help those who need it. Check in the coming days for details here on how to help.

Finally, a big thank you to the folks at Netroots Radio ( and the Unity Radio Network ( for helping to bring you Daily Kos Radio by providing direct live and podcast radio broadcasting on Blue Skies Radio.

Stay tuned all this week for more news about Daily Kos Radio.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Sun May 27, 2012 at 10:00 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos Radio.

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