Barely Legal Radio in the Washington Post

Logo1_100.jpgI was reading this article from the Washington Post on something that Indie 103 is actually doing right: Joe Escalante’s Barely Legal Radio.

For those unfamiliar with the show it’s surprisingly entertaining for a show about legal advice.

Escalante is in a booth at the studios of Indie 103.1-FM on a recent Friday morning, taking calls on his weekly one-hour talk show, “Barely Legal Radio.” People call in about their most nagging problems — the fine-print kind. These are showbiz (emphasis biz) dilemmas, and Escalante dispenses casually glib, So-Cal-style legal advice.

In the aftermath of the Dicky Scandal I thought it was nice to remember one thing I didn’t hate about the station. Of course, then they started playing Weezer’s “On Drugs” song and I almost just didn’t bother. Now if they’d just get TK off the air. . .

2 Replies to “Barely Legal Radio in the Washington Post”

  1. Gimmie a break. There was no Dicky scandal. His ratings were non-existant, bringing down the whole station with it. So he was canned. Radio 101. This station is hanging by a thread — but I guess you’d rather listen to another all-Spanish station than have a station like Indie here. Bet you can’t wait again for KROQ to be the only “alternative” station here.

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