Talk radio pioneer Barry Farber dies

Talk radio pioneer Barry Farber dies

Conservative radio talk show host Barry Farber died Wednesday at his New York home at the age of 90. Farber has been dubbed the pioneer of the talk show radio format. His career in radio began in 1960, primarily speaking on political matters. He had an unsuccessful run for New York City mayor in 1977 as a candidate of the Conservative Party. He lost to Democrat Ed Koch.

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