After being dumped by Chicago's WLS, Mike Malloy was picked up by the I.E. America Radio Network in October 2000. Owned by the United Auto Workers, the network streams audio on the Internet and serves about 170 stations, none in markets larger than Omaha or Santa Fe. The network's average weekly audience of 1.7 million listeners amounts to what Rush Limbaugh might reach in one or two big cities. By the last count, merely four stations carried Malloy.
Or go to Malloy's Web site for an archive of his most recent shows.