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Redding mulls legal action against GCN

By Staff

ATLANTA, April 7, 2014, 12:20 a.m. - Redding News Review's Robert "Rob" Redding today says he is considering legal action against his show's former syndicator Genesis Communications Network.

"The network has continued to broadcast past archives of the Redding News Review radio show, though my attorney has notified GCN owner Ted Anderson and program director John Haarmann in writing to stop," Redding said. "I have also not received these same past archives, which I own and control."

Redding parted with GCN on Tuesday, though he still owns the Angelique Allen Show, which airs on the network via his company Redding Communications, Inc. (RCI).

Redding announced on last Tuesday that starting on last Wednesday that he would be doing a new show called "Redding News Review Unrestricted."

RNR Unrestricted is a hour-long frank, commercial and music-free version of the former Redding News Review radio show, he said. RNR Unrestricted has already picked up dozens of new subscribers at his subscriber-supported web site,

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Redding first began as a talk show host in Atlanta in 2001. He launched into news information syndication on numerous largely music radio stations around the country, while working as a reporter in Washington in 2005. He has gone on to be heard via Sirius XM and numerous stations via GCN since 2008. His show is now exclusive to

Redding, who Redding has released five best-selling books and two best-selling albums, has been named to's "Talented 10" radio talk show hosts, named one of the "100 Most Important Talk Radio Show Hosts in America" and his website has won three consecutive "Black Web Awards".

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