Another radio station dropped Rush Limbaugh’s program on Monday.
Philadelphia CBS affiliate WPHT replaced Limbaugh’s show with the more moderate radio host Michael Smerconish. The New York Times reported that the move did not appear to be related to the controversy surrounding Georgetown University Law student Sandra Fluke, who Limbaugh repeatedly attacked on air for days, calling her a slut and a prostitute for advocating for insurance-covered health care.
In wake of Limbaugh’s offensive comments, two radio stations dropped his show last month, stating that the host crossed the line. More than 100 advertisers disassociated themselves with Limbaugh—including AOL, the parent company of The Huffington Post—and pulled content from his program.
Source: The Huffington Post