NEW YORK .
... Progress Media planned to announce Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with Franken to host a live, three-hour
daily broadcast that would form the anchor of the programming schedule, according to people familiar with the matter.
In an interview, Franken said the format of the show was still evolving, but he said he was certain that it wouldn't be
akin to that used by his rival Rush Limbaugh, which Franken described as "non-guested confrontation."
"He has no one on the show but it's confrontation," Franken said. "His show is just him railing for three hours."
Franken said he planned to use a mix of interviews, calls from listeners and scripted comedy. He said he planned to have
a co-host with long experience in radio, but he said that role had not been finalized. ...