LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Popular libertarian radio and TV talk-show host Larry Elder, also known as "The Sage from South Central," has taken his call-in show exclusively online. After twenty years with KABC-AM radio based in Los Angeles, Elder and the station parted company in December.
Elder began broadcasting on the web the following day. He laughs, "After a nice long run, I went rogue."
The Larry Elder Show streams live -- for free -- from 3-6pm, Monday through Friday, at www.LarryElder.com, where he discusses news, politics, race relations, government, entertainment and pop culture.
Podcasts and special feature videos are available through an "Elderado" membership at www.LarryElder.com.
Mobile and tablet users can listen to The Larry Elder Show streaming live via mobile app on Live365 or directly stream the show at the URL www.LarryElderRadio.com. Callers can reach the show live on the air using the call-in number (310) 933-5555.
Elder, a weekly syndicated columnist and New York Times best-selling author, was recently honored by the City of Los Angeles for his 20-year broadcast career.
In 2015, he will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one of just a few radio personalities ever awarded the honor.
Elder, also political analyst with Newsmax TV, has a blog www.ElderStatement.com, featuring media, video and radio interview highlights. He is a frequent guest on CNN, FOX, HLN and Newsmax TV, and he is active on Twitter and Facebook.
For more about Larry Elder, visit www.LarryElder.com.
SOURCE The Larry Elder Show