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WSB Atlanta Announces Changes in Morning Drive

Eric Von Haessler
Eric Von Haessler

News Talk WSB-AM and WSBB-FM (News 95.5 and AM750 WSB) Atlanta is making a programming change in morning drive. Starting Monday, Oct. 2, "The Von Haessler Doctrine," hosted by Eric Von Haessler (pictured), is moving to 9am, and "The Herman Cain Show" will shift to the 11am hour. Cain's show continues as a two-hour program on CMG's WOKV Jacksonville, WDBO Orlando, WHIO Dayton and KRMG Tulsa. The podcast hour of Haessler Doctrine will continue daily at 11am.

WSB Manager of Program Operations and Community Affairs Condace Pressley said, "I knew we had something special the first time I heard the Von Haessler Doctrine on Sunday afternoon. When the show moved to weekdays it took off. With Atlanta's extended rush hours, it's great that listeners will get Eric's take on the morning news immediately following Atlanta's Morning News with Scott Slade."

WSB Director of Branding and Programming Pete Spriggs added, "Herman Cain has given WSB and me some extraordinary success -- in ratings and in serving the community. Our listeners love Herman, and we're so pleased that he'll continue to be a core part of the WSB lineup. Eric and his entire team have been ideal additions to our radio family. Smart, talented and vibrant performers who connect with the Atlanta audience so well. They are already appointment listening on the radio and on podcast."

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