CINCINNATI - High-profile attorney Eric Deters has left his Cincinnati-area talk show because of a conflict with management at the station, Deters said Thursday.
Deters, who hosted “Bulldog Nation” on Real Talk 1160 for more than a year, resigned Wednesday after a disagreement with his operations manager, Rob Williams, according to a post on his Facebook page Thursday morning.
“So my run at [Real Talk] 1160 is over only because I resigned rather than take direction from Rob Williams, a person who professionally I do not believe knows ‘good radio’ more than me,” Deters wrote in his Facebook post.
Among his other frustrations, Deters said Williams requested he sell advertising for the station — a task Deters said he did not want to do.
“The Bulldog is a talk show host and lawyer, not a radio salesman,” Deters wrote.
Deters said he believed he took his radio show as far as it could go and was looking forward to other opportunities in the future, including TV.
“I expect a television deal very soon,” Deters wrote.
Deters, whose license was suspended in Ohio and Kentucky earlier this year, left his position as weekend/fill-in talk show host for 700WLW-AM in June 2011.
Among Deters' recent guests on Bulldog Nation were his clients Sarah Jones, the former teacher and Ben-Gal cheerleader accused of having sex with a student, and her mother Cheryl Jones, charged with tampering with evidence in the case.
To read Deters’ full Facebook post, go to http://www.facebook.com/notes/eric-deters/no-longer-on-realtalk-1160/524398454244255.
Multiple calls to Real Talk 1160 were not answered Thursday morning.
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