Scott Hennen Exits Fargo's AM 1100 The Flag
May 23, 2011 at 4:53 PM (PT)
GREAT PLAINS INTEGRATED MARKETING Talk WZFG-A (AM 1100 THE FLAG)/FARGO host and founder SCOTT HENNEN has exited the station, and his departure was more abrupt than planned, reports the FARGO FORUM. HENNEN was pulled off the air MONDAY during his show after he announced that his last show for THE FLAG would air FRIDAY, with the show cut toward the end of the first segment, replaced by "best of" segments.
GSM BRECK VON BANK told THE FORUM that the show was pulled off the air because "all the terms of (HENNEN's) departure had not been agreed upon."
HENNEN, before being taken off the air, had said that he plans to enlist former NORTH DAKOTA Governor ED SCHAFER's help to figure out how to deliver his programming in the future, and had announced that "Grass Roots: A Commonsense Action Agenda for AMERICA," his new book, is set for publication on JULY 5th by SIMON AND SCHUSTER THRESHOLD EDITIONS, MARY MATALIN's imprint. He ascribed his departure to the expansion of other business interests (under the name FREEDOM FORCE COMMUNICATIONS) and book promotion which would have conflicted with his show on THE FLAG.