by C.J. Coty, Staff Writer, MetSentinel.com |Tuesday, March 9th, 2021 | 5:00 AM (PT)
LOS ANGELES - Veteran radio personality and talk show host, Eric Crossley, will return to the airwaves after a brief hiatus, according to a press statement released by the Metro America Media Group of Los Angeles.
Crossley was originally produced under the Dayron Arias Radio Studios, but the show was abruptly cancelled after just over 121 episodes spanning five years. Attempts to reach Mr. Arias for comment were unsuccessful.
We're looking forward to working with Mr. Crossley and his producer Sr. Elicides Flores for as long as possible. We may not always completely agree with everything Mr. Crossley has to say, but we'll defend his American right to speak freely and make his voice heard."
The media group has appointed Dustin Alexander-Pérez to direct the serial episodes. "It's an honour to be able to work with Eric and Sr. Flores. They both bring a very unique programme to the airwaves," said Alexander-Pérez in the press statement. People interested in calling in to the show or even possibly being a guest at some point in time are encouraged to email the show directly. Check local listings for time and stations in your area.