The Huckabee Report

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The Huckabee Report
CountryUS
Language(s)English
SyndicatesCumulus Media Networks
(through Cumulus Media)
Host(s)Mike Huckabee
Air datessince January 4, 2009
Websitehttp://radio.mikehuckabee.com/
 
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The Huckabee Report
CountryUS
Language(s)English
SyndicatesCumulus Media Networks
(through Cumulus Media)
Host(s)Mike Huckabee
Air datessince January 4, 2009
Websitehttp://radio.mikehuckabee.com/

The Huckabee Report is a radio program hosted by former Republican governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee, that first aired in January 2009. The program broadcasts on Cumulus Media Networks (formerly Citadel Media and ABC Radio Networks),[1] three times each day (Monday–Friday), and each commentary is approximately 4 minutes long.[2]

On March 23, 2009, The Huckabee Report replaced News and Comment with Gil Gross and The Rest of the Story with Doug Limerick on all network stations that still carried them. Both of the programs Huckabee replaced were originally hosted by Paul Harvey, who had died three weeks prior. Pat Reeder is a writer for the show.[3] In February 2010, Citadel Media announced The Huckabee Report reached more than 500 affiliates, making it the fastest growing radio program of the past decade.[4]

References [edit]

  1. ^ Steigerwald, Bill (February 28, 2009). "Mike Huckabee – Mr. 'Total Conservative'". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved March 1, 2009. 
  2. ^ "About the Show". ABC Radio Networks. Retrieved January 10, 2009. 
  3. ^ O'Brien, Victor (November 4, 2009). "Animal shelter shifts focus back to adoptions". Killeen Daily Herald. Retrieved November 5, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Huckabee Report surpasses 500 affiliates". Radio Business Report. February 10, 2010. Retrieved February 11, 2010. 

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Preceded by
News and Comment with Gil Gross
History of News and Comment
2009
Succeeded by
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