News Chat KVNU launches'The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show' to Substitute Rush Limbaugh

News Chat KVNU will launch a brand new three-hour talk radio program Monday, substituting"The Rush Limbaugh Show," among the very popular and longest running applications in wireless history.

News Chat KVNU launches'The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show' to Substitute Rush Limbaugh

KVNU will combine over 400 stations nationwide, debuting the brand new show and making it among the largest sticks in talk radio history.

On August 1, 1988, Missouri-born radio commentator Rush Limbaugh started"The Rush Limbaugh Show" on a small number of wireless affiliates. On February 2, 2021 -- unbeknownst at the time to his now-650 affiliates and countless listeners -- Limbaugh took on the airwaves for the last moment.

The beloved, yet sometimes contentious, radio titan expired February 17 at age 70 after a struggle with lung cancer.

Throughout the previous four weeks, Limbaugh's EIB Network continued to meet with out the weekday radio series with guest hosts along with archives of Hurry commentary. The program quickly started to run its course along with the series ended, June 18.

Throughout the Friday finale, guide-host Ken Matthews shut out the last airing of"The Rush Limbaugh Show" using a potpourri of look-backs at Hurry's insights and response in natives of all ages.

In a recent media release, Travis and Sexton both said they'll continue a new sort of broadcast excellence in the custom of the late radio star since they tackle the greatest stories in news, politics and current events together with intellect and humor.

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