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WMNY-AM to feature Pittsburgh Renaissance Radio

Staff And Wire Report
| Wednesday, September 3, 2008 12:00 a.m

Business radio station WMNY-AM said it will feature a daily talk show and Internet service called Pittsburgh Renaissance Radio , starting Monday.

Each weekday afternoon at 3, a rotating group of hosts — including Chris Allison, Mark DeSantis, Jerry Bowyer and Mike Kauffelt — will host a live, three-hour talk show.

Pittsburgh Renaissance founder Ron Morris also will appear.

“Pittsburgh’s business IQ is too low, and I think this is one way to raise it,” Morris said.

Business news will be at the top of each hour, starting at 3 p.m. WMNY debuted this week at 1360 on the AM dial, the former WPTT-AM. Local radio veterans John Poister and Darryl Grandy will oversee Pittsburgh Renaissance; broadcasts will be streamed live and available on demand.

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