Without a trace.

Worthy of a CSI episode, the Talk Radio Network has gone MIA. Affiliates of the network awoke last Friday to find that both the satellite and online deliveries had mysteriously disappeared. Emails to the company were returned as undeliverable. The phone had been disconnected. The only clue—if you can call it that—came from Dr. Michio Kaku, whose “Science Fantastic” weekend show was distributed by CRN. In a tweet, the good doctor said, “I’ve gotten numerous calls about my national science radio show, Science Fantastic. Sorry for the confusion. The show has been moved over to the Genesis Communication Network, GCNlive.com. It will continue to be set up to the satellite on Saturdays.”