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WCOA-FM still pursuing permanent replacement for Mike Huckabee's former program

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According to WCOA-FM (100.7), they were still working toward a permanent replacement for the syndicated news and discussion program originally titled "The Mike Huckabee Show" in their weekday programming schedule after replacing it with a local news and discussion program titled "IN Your Head Radio" this past Monday, January 6th. They also had the option of keeping "IN Your Head Radio" in their weekday programming schedule if its host Rick Outzen is interested in that option.

In case you are not familiar with "IN Your Head Radio", you learn more about it with visiting the Mobile Radio Examiner article titled "WCOA-FM premieres local radio program in former time period for Mike Huckabee".

(update for Wednesday, January 8th: the sentence about the station's option of keeping "IN Your Head Radio" was added to the article)

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