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Note from Eric Hufschmid: An anonymous person sent me this information, in case you need more evidence that Jones is working for Zionist Jews. Evidence that his wife is Jewish is here.

The Alex Jones radio show is promoted by Jews

Including XM radio ! (screen image below)

by anonymous  28 November 2009

The Alex Jones Show 
Alex's mainstay is his nationally syndicated news-talk show from his studio in Austin and broadcast on the Genesis Communication Network, based in Minnesota. The Alex Jones Show airs on over 60 AM, FM, and shortwave stations across the United States Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. As well, Alex's show is the largest draw for the talk genre on Shoutcast and the Internet. As of April 2008 a fourth hour has been added to the show, running between 2 p.m.—3 p.m. CST. In addition, Alex does a syndicated and nationally broadcast Sunday show on Emmis Communications' KLBJ 590 AM in Austin, Texas.

Veteran broadcaster Alex Jones brings his unique perspective to the KLBJ team with a brand new, hard-hitting news and information program unlike any other on the air. Jones is a seasoned investigative journalist who has broken hundreds of national stories during his career. He is an aggressive Constitutionalist who digs deeply into the facts to defend property rights, our nation’s borders, and the Second Amendment while he sends out a rallying call to the American people to resist foreign entanglements and wars for corporate interests. Jones eschews the bogus political labels of “left and right” and instead focuses on what really matters: what’s right and wrong. With this powerful new program, Jones brings more of the same dynamic interviews and insightful commentary that he presents on his nationally syndicated radio broadcast Monday through Friday to folks in Central Texas every Sunday afternoon from 4:00-6:00pm.

KLBJ AM is owned by Emmis Communications
One of the nation's most respected diversified communications companies, Emmis Communications (NASDAQ: EMMS) owns and operates radio and magazine entities in large and medium sized markets throughout the U.S. Emmis is the 9th largest radio group in the U.S (based on listeners) and has been voted the Most Respected Radio Company in a poll of industry CEOs.

Emmis Communications

Emmis (the Hebrew word for “truth”) went public in 1994 and now owns and operates radio stations in the nation's largest markets, including: WRKS-FM (98.7 KISS FM), WQHT-FM (HOT 97) and WRXP-FM (101.9 RXP) in New York City; KPWR-FM (Power 106) in Los Angeles; and WKQX-FM (Q101) and WLUP-FM (The Loop) in Chicago.

Emmis Radio also owns and operates: KDHT-FM, KBPA-FM, KGSR-FM, KLBJ-AM, KLBJ-FM, and KROX-FM in Austin; KSHE-FM (KSHE95), KPNT-FM (105.7 The Point), KFTK-FM (97.1 FM Talk) and KIHT-FM (K-Hits 96) in St. Louis; WLHK (Hank FM), WIBC (93.1 FM), WFNI-AM (1070 The Fan), WYXB (105.7 FM), and Network Indiana in Emmis' hometown of Indianapolis; and WTHI (99.9 FM) and WWVR (105.5 FM) in Terre Haute, IN. The company's international division operates Sláger Rádío, the #1 radio network in Hungary, three networks in Bulgaria, and Radio Expres in Slovakia.

Jeffrey H. Smulyan

The founder, president, chief executive officer, and chairman of the board of directors of Emmis Communications is a Jew named Jeffrey H. Smulyan:
Jeffrey H. Smulyan, 60, serves as Chairman of the Board of Emmis Communications Corporation, an Indianapolis-based radio, TV and magazine publishing company with operations in 10 U.S. markets, as well as Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria and Slovakia. A cum laude graduate of the University of Southern California with a B.A. in History and Telecommunications, Smulyan earned a Juris Doctor degree from USC School of Law, where he served as note and comment editor of the USC Law Review.
After operating two radio stations - WNTS in Indianapolis and KCRO in Omaha - Smulyan formed and became principal shareholder of Emmis in 1980. A public company since 1994, Emmis owns and operates 21 FM and 2 AM radio stations in the nation's largest markets; six local, regional and national magazine operations; and the No. 1 radio network in Hungary and nine radio stations in the Flanders region of Belgium. Emmis is currently in the process of selling its 16 television stations and has announced the sale of 15 of them. In 1995, Emmis became the first company to own top-rated stations in New York and Los Angeles simultaneously.

A former director of the National Association of Broadcasters and former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Radio Advertising Bureau, Smulyan serves as past chair of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, a consortium of CEOs from central Indiana's largest corporations, sits on the Board of Trustees of the University of Southern California and the Board of Directors of Finish Line, Inc., an athletic apparel company. He is a member of the American, Indiana and Federal Communications bar associations, and has served on numerous civic boards and committees. As principal shareholder, he led a group that purchased the Seattle Mariners baseball team in 1989, selling the club three years later. During that time, Smulyan served on the Major League Baseball owner's Ownership and Television committees.

In 2000, Smulyan was honored with the American Women in Radio and Television's Silver Satellite Award, the National Association of Broadcasters' National Radio Award, and as Radio Ink's “Radio Executive of the Year.” In 1995, the radio industry newspaper, R & R, voted Smulyan one of the 10 most influential radio executives of the past two decades. He received the American Women in Radio and Television's Star Award in 1994 and the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Ernst & Young the following year. In 2004, he was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame. Other honors include the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Breath of Life Award; the Jewish National Fund's Tree of Life Award; the Indianapolis Business Journal's Entrepreneur of the Year Award; the Leukemia Society Diamond of Hope Award; the State of Indiana's “Sagamore of the Wabash”; and he has been inducted into the Indiana Business Hall of Fame.

In 1994, Smulyan was named by The White House to head the U.S. Delegation to the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunications Union. As a United States Ambassador, he represented the U.S. in various bilateral meetings, negotiating a landmark agreement between Israel and the PLO.

In 2005 Emmis was named one of FORTUNE magazine's “100 Best Companies to Work For” and for the last two years Emmis has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana.

Smulyan, who enjoys sports, politics and reading, resides in Indianapolis with his wife, Heather. He has three children: Samantha, Cari and Bradley.

 Alex Jones is broadcast on Sirius XM Radio

Alex Jones is being broadcast on XM Radio every Saturday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on Channel 165 - Talk Radio:
 • (The Channel Category is News, and that Genre is News, Talk, NPR)
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XM Satellite Radio merged with Sirius Satellite Radio on July 29, 2008:

SIRIUS and XM Complete Merger
NEW YORK, July 29, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ -- SIRIUS Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) and XM Satellite Radio today announced that they have completed their merger, resulting in the nation's premier radio company. The new company plans to change its corporate name to SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. The combined company's stock will continue to be traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol "SIRI." 

SIRIUS XM Radio begins day one with over 18.5 million subscribers, making it the second-largest radio company, based upon revenue, in the country; and, based upon subscribers, the second largest subscription media business in the U.S. With under 10% penetration of the home and car market, the opportunity for continued growth is significant.

"I am delighted to announce the completion of this exciting merger between SIRIUS and XM," said Mel Karmazin, CEO of SIRIUS XM Radio. "We have worked diligently to close this transaction and we look forward to integrating our best-in-class management teams and operations so we can begin delivering on our promise of more choices and lower prices for subscribers."

"Every one of our constituencies is a winner. Combined, SIRIUS XM Radio will deliver superior value to our shareholders. By offering more compelling packages and the best content in audio entertainment, we are well positioned for increased subscriber growth. Our laser focus on subscribers will continue and listeners can be assured that there will be no disruption in service. We also believe that the completion of the merger will eliminate any confusion that has been lingering in the marketplace," added Karmazin.

The Sirius XM Radio executive management; Six people, Five Jews
Executive Management:

Sirius XM Radio has assembled a highly experienced team that is bringing satellite radio out of the future and into the present.

The chairman of the board of directors of Sirius XM Radio is a Jew named Eddy W. Hartenstein.

He is also the Publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times.

Mel Karmazin (Jew) - Chief Executive Officer, Sirius XM Radio Inc.
Scott Greenstein (Jew) - President and Chief Content Officer, Sirius XM Radio Inc.
James E. Meyer (Jew) - President, Operations and Sales, Sirius XM Radio Inc.
Dara Altman (Jew) - Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Sirius XM Radio Inc.
Patrick L. Donnelly (Irish) - Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Sirius XM Radio Inc.
David J. Frear (Jew) - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Sirius XM Radio Inc.