Consistent with the recent news about Glenn Beck’s decline, Beck is reportedly losing his morning time slot on Kansas City’s KMBZ “due to declining ratings.” His show will be moved to the significantly less desirable late evening slot and local talker Chris Merrill will take over Beck’s current slot.

Bottom Line Communications reports:

Due to declining ratings, nationally syndicated talk show host Glenn Beck has lost his morning time slot on NewsRadio 980 KMBZ, and will be replaced by Chris Merrill from 9-11 a.m.

The change is effective Monday (3/14).

Beck’s show will now be extended for its full three hours and air from 9 p.m. to midnight weekdays on the Entercom station.

This news comes on the heels of a litany of other woes for Glenn Beck…

After being dropped by affiliates, Glenn Beck’s radio show is currently off the air in 3 cities – New York City, Philadelphia and Madison.  New York’s WOR reportedly dropped Beck due to low ratings. Further, 5 New York City radio stations have already committed to keeping Glenn Beck off there.  Madison’s WTDY explained that they dropped Beck in part because “[t]he lack of actual content becomes more apparent daily.”

Beyond radio, Glenn Beck’s television ratings are down 26%, more than 300 advertisers are boycotting his show and the NYT recently reported that Fox News officials are “contemplating” letting Beck go.

And, the downward trend continues…