Date: 14th November 2000
WABC, ABC Radio's flagship station in New York, may keep Matt Drudge on the air in that city even if the radio network drops him, published reports said today (Tuesday).
In interviews with several news outlets on Monday, Drudge claimed that he was being dropped because of his criticism of ABC and Disney. "I've been a bad Mouseketeer," he said in an interview with the New York Post.
WABC program director Phil Boyce told today's New York Daily News that he was an early Drudge booster, but "for purposes of my career, this isn't the best time to bring that up."
Source: Studio Briefing