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The Pyne show was the beginning of the confrontational talk format that later spread across the radio spectrum.
At one point in the 1960s the Joe Pyne show was syndicated on over 250 radio stations in the United States.
In 1948 Alan Courtney—New York disk jockey and co-composer of the popular song, "Joltin' Joe Dimaggio"—began a call-in program for the Storer station in Miami, Florida (WGBS) and then on Miami's WQAM, WINZ and WCKR the "Alan Courtney Open Phone Forum" flourished as an avowedly conservative and anti-communist political forum with a coverage area over the Southeastern U. A major breakthrough in Talk Radio occurred in 1960 at KLAC in Los Angeles.
Alan Henry a young broadcaster still in his early thirties had been hired by John Kluge, president of Metromedia in 1963.
Expressing and debating political opinions has been a staple of radio since the medium's infancy.
He sent Henry from New York to Los Angeles to turn KLAC into a success.
Talk radio is a radio format containing discussion about topical issues and consisting entirely or almost entirely of original spoken word content rather than outside music.