Found March 29, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
Long-time radio show host Paul Finebaum hasn’t been on the air since the end of January his contract with Birmingham’s WJOX 94.5 FM expired, but he is still very busy and is doing very well for himself. The unofficial voice of SEC talk radio, Finebaum has agreed to a book deal with Harper Collins to write a book about his popular syndicated talk radio show “The Paul Finebaum Radio Network.” Via AL.com: “Primarily, it’s about the culture of the show and how the culture of the show interacts with the SEC,” Finebaum told AL.com. “But it does quickly go through my career and how we got to this point. “There will be commentary on why the SEC is better than everyone else,” Finebaum added. “It will certainly talk about the dominance of not only Alabama, but the conference. The (radio) show will be woven in and out of the book, featuring little vignettes on the callers.” While Finebaum’s show had a very regional appeal to those fans of the SEC, and even more locally with Auburn and Alabama fans, it was broadcast nationally through Sirius Satellite Radio. It was incredibly popular, even though it rarely involved discussion about other conferences. [...]
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