Saturday, May 9, 2009

My message to my listeners sent out 5-8-2009

Dear Listeners and Friends:

Whether you've written me, called into the show or just listened these past few months, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your lives. So many of you have shared your thoughts with me and made me feel like I touched you in some way -- whether you agreed or disagreed with me, we were able to have a dialogue.

Today will be my last show for a while. We have decided to go on hiatus to regroup and spend some time building the Nancy Skinner brand through multiple media -- my TV appearances, my blog and the book I'm going to be writing. But, I will be back on the air causing more trouble by the fall, and will keep you up-to-date during the time I'm gone -- I will not disappear.

Remember to sign up at if you haven't done so yet, and check back there and at my blog often. You can also keep up with me on Facebook (you must be logged into Facebook for this link to take you to my official public page) and by following me on Twitter -- there are also links at the website and the blog. Archives of all of my shows will continue to be available at (and, to thank Ben Burch for all he does, please consider donating at the White Rose site so he can continue his wonderful work).

Clips of my appearances on CNBC this week are posted on my blog, and I have a new blog post up as well. Also, I will be making the following TV appearances tonight:
  • The O'Reilly Factor tonight on Fox News at 8:00 p.m. ET (pre-taped)
  • CNBC Reports tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET - (two segments - live)

Keep in touch and take care. I'll definitely be in touch with all of you.


1 comment:

Deadhedge said...

I listened to your show during NPR's pledge drive for the first time. Your show was the first Air America show where I would listen through the commercials because of your balanced viewpoint, solid grounding in finance and economics, and willingness to engage conservative guests. While I am a Big D Democrat, I often find other Air America hosts to be so one sided that they are barely listenable. I'll miss your show on Air America and do hope that you return to the radio.