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Subsequently, sister station WQAM, home of the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami Hurricanes and Florida Panthers, will be rebranded as 560 The Joe WQAM.
At WQAM, he was fired in April 2012 following a DUI arrest.
Website Quality Assessment Model (WQAM) for Developing Efficient E-Learning Framework-A Novel Approach.
Although Mia didn't literally spell it out, she kinda let it slip in an interview with CBS Miami's radio station 560 WQAM!
For example, online sports editor Keven Lerner takes audio from radio WQAM in Miami and attaches relevant photos and video clips to create a full video.
Their arrival was watched by 7,000 fans, who had been alerted to The Beatles' ' presence by local radio stations WFUN and WQAM.
PG gives a round of applause to Miami-based Sedano's Supermarkets, the largest Hispanic-owned grocer in the United States, which recently joined forces with 560 WQAM Sports Radio for the inaugural Joe Rose Back to School Supply Drive in support of Chapman Partnership, a local nonprofit that helps the homeless.
Mike Westhoff conducted an interview with "The Joe Rose Show" on 560-AM WQAM in Florida on Friday morning.
Damon "D.A." Amendolara, formerly of WQAM in Miami, takes on WEEI's Planet Mikey from 6-11 p.m.
Some hosts, such as Michael Medved, welcome dissent and have interviewed figures such as Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky, There are progressive hosts such as Enid Goldstein on KNRC in Denver, Randi Rhodes on WJNO in Palm Beach, Neil Rogers on WQAM in Miami (all of which can be streamed), and the United Auto Workers-funded www.ieamericaradio.com, which features a leading critic of corporate power, Thom Hartmann.
DeForrest, 50, is the dry-witted person utility known best for his drive-time morning sports radio talk shows on WQAM in Miami.
Sportswriter Dave O'Brien told WQAM 560 sports-talk host Hank Goldberg that sources were telling him the firing was imminent, but a desire not to "burn" his sources kept him from writing the story.
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