By Rob Dumke
As America mourned and recovered from the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, Premiere Networks rolled out a syndicated talk show featuring Sean Hannity. Today, the program is still going strong, and is heard on more than 650 stations.
“But for this audience, I would not be where I am today,” Hannity commented on Friday (9/10). “I am humbled and grateful for the men and women who give me this microphone every day, and to the greatest country in the world, that allowed me the opportunity to pursue this dream. Thank you.”
Julie Talbott, President of Premiere Networks, couldn’t be more pleased for Hannity’s longevity.
“Sean is one of the most talented personalities in all of talk radio, and we couldn’t be happier to mark this special milestone with him,” she said. “His passion for talk radio and dedication to his audience continue to drive growth and success for our station and advertising partners.”
Along with being a member of the Radio Hall of Fame, Hannity has been honored with two Marconi awards.