Embattled Jones returns to the airwaves

Embattled Jones returns to the airwaves

Sydney : Australia | Oct 01, 2012 at 4:16 PM PDT
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Alan Jones Yesterday several advertisers of Jones's radio program including Freedom Furniture, Mercedes-Benz and Coles pulled their support in the face of a mounting online campaign urging advertisers to boycott his program and radio station 2GB. He says the backlash is an attempt to silence him.... FULL ARTICLE AT Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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