New media, alternative media, electronic media; all these terms are used, sometimes interchangeably, to try to define the various methods of information dissemination today. Any of them strike fear into the hearts of the traditional media, which must either adapt or die. One example of a strategy that combines the strength of the Internet and new media with the power of radio can be found at the Democratic National Committee's website, On The Air.
It is no secret that the White House views talk radio and new media as adversaries, even enemies, but implementing a new version of the Fairness Doctrine would not be accepted by the American people. Instead, the DNC employs a tool to instruct and encourage progressive liberals to call conservative talk-radio on important issues and provide the Obama administration’s talking ponts.
On this website, you not only have all the relative information regarding various shows, including contact numbers and synopses of the day's topics, it also presents liberal counter-views.
There is as yet no conservative answer to this, since the vast majority of talk radio is conservative already.