Air America Syndication was a separate division of Air America Radio designed to offer additional programming and services to both progressive talk and other talk/music formats. Air America Syndication was used to syndicate Thom Hartmann, and later Springer on the Radio, which aired at the same time as The Al Franken Show and The Sam Seder Show respectively on the regular network lineup.

The division began September 8, 2005, when Air America Radio acquired the rights to Hartmann's show, and formed a separate syndication division to distribute it.

Springer ended his show on December 5, 2006 and Franken's ended on February 14, 2007. On January 29, 2007, Air America announced that Hartmann would replace Franken on the regular network lineup, effectively ending the separate division.

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