Tom Barberi is back on the air, sort of.

Barberi's "Voice of Reason" can be heard on the Internet at utahfm.org.

Barberi's show, which debuted March 3, airs live on Tuesdays from 9 a.m.-noon.

Utah Free Media ("UtahFM") is an all-volunteer driven, grass-roots Internet radio station. It broadcasts live daily from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Besides Barberi, it includes a host of original programming.

Barberi was last on the airwaves on KALL for a short-lived two-hour show early last year.

Prior to that, he did a radio show on KFMS (FM-97.9) from September 2005 to September 2006.

He first left KALL when his contract wasn't renewed in October 2004 after an almost 33-year career there.

Barberi is one of the greatest polarizers the Salt Lake radio market has ever had. Listeners either love him or hate him.

Whether you agree with Barberi or not, he has a true love for the medium.

He's also nationally known for his talk show talents. Talkers Talk magazine twice named him one of the "100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America." He's also been inducted into the Utah Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

The UtahFM studio line number is 801-878-0506, and e-mail is [email protected]

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— KBYU (FM-89.1/89.5) will air a live concert by The 5 Browns in the de Jong Concert Hall on the BYU campus on March 11, 7:30 p.m.

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— Inside Radio reports that Clear Channel, the nation's largest radio company, had a decrease of 13 percent in its fourth quarter revenues. The station cut its staff nation-wide by 9 percent in January.

TEN YEARS AGO IN SALT LAKE RADIO: A new station, "U-92," hits the airwaves. … "Dangerboy" of KZHT and Rick Shane of KKAT are detained by the Secret Service during President Bill Clinton's visit to Salt Lake City … "The Mountain" vanishes and a new KCPX begins. Most of the former "Mountain" DJs, including morning DJs Abby Bonnell and Joe Wren are let go.

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