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Dana Loesch to replace Rush Limbaugh show in key markets

Conservative talk show host Dana Loesch is set to replace the late Rush Limbaugh’s show in a multiplatform deal with Audacy and Radio America. Her show will be broadcasted in 11 markets including Kansas City, Las Vegas, Richmond, Wichita, Gainesville, Greenville-Spartanburg, Philadelphia, Austin, Buffalo, St. Louis and Hartford, according to a press release from the companies.
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Audacy to air Dana Loesch instead of "The Rush Limbaugh Show"

Audacy, the radio giant formerly called Entercom, has struck a multi-station, two-year deal to broadcast Dana Loesch’s nationally-syndicated ‘The Dana Show’ in 11 markets, executives tell Axios. Why it matters: It's the first example of a major radio network opting not to air the show pioneered by the late Rush...
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Audacy Adds Dana Loesch To Talk Stations In Eleven Markets

Audacy and Radio America have announced an agreement to bring Dana Loesch’s “The Dana Show” to eleven of the company’s stations. In six markets Loesch will take the 12-3pm eastern timeslot that had been held by the Rush Limbaugh Show. Those stations are “Talk 980” KMBZ Kansas City, 840 KXNT Las Vegas, 1140/96.1 WRVA Richmond, 1330 KNSS/98.7 KNSS-FM Wichita, “97.3 The Sky” WSKY-FM Gainesville, and “Word 106.3” WYRD-FM Greenville SC.

Audacy to Air Dana Loesch’s Show in 11 Markets

Audacy has reached an agreement with Dana Loesch to syndicate her show in 11 markets. The official announcement was made on Tuesday. The deal is a collaborative effort between Audacy and Radio America. The agreement also makes Audacy the exclusive audio streamer for the show. “Dana is a leading conservative...

Audacy and Radio America Reach Multi-Platform Deal to Expand Dana Loesch's Award-Winning Radio Show

ARLINGTON, VA / ACCESSWIRE / June 1, 2021 / Today, Radio America and Audacy announced a multi-station deal that will broadcast Dana Loesch's nationally syndicated 'The Dana Show' in eleven (11) Audacy markets; most will replace the late Rush Limbaugh in the 12 p.m.-3 p.m. ET time slot. This move will expand her show to more than 230 stations nationwide. Audacy will also become the exclusive audio streaming provider for The Dana Show. In addition, Audacy and Loesch will collaborate on the co-development and production of her first-ever original on-demand podcast. The Dana Show will replace Rush Limbaugh's program in Kansas City, Las Vegas, Richmond, Wichita, Gainesville, and Greenville-Spartanburg, with additional station clearances in Philadelphia, Austin, Buffalo, St. Louis and Hartford, in a move that further solidifies her role at the top of talk radio.
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Dana Loesch has Limbaugh-like aspirations for conservative talk

Conservative talk radio host Dana Loesch says she isn’t trying to fill Rush Limbaugh’s shoes. But she’d obviously love it if people started thinking of her that way. In an interview with The Hill just over a week after signing a new multi-year syndication contract with Radio America, Loesch was just shy of effusive about Limbaugh’s talk radio legacy, saying nobody could replace him.
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Dana Loesch, seeking Limbaugh fans, dislikes ‘angry radio’

NEW YORK (AP) — Dana Loesch, one of the conservative radio personalities seeking some of the late Rush Limbaugh’s audience, says she doesn’t like “angry radio.”. Radio America announced Tuesday that it had signed Loesch, a former NRA spokeswoman, to a new multi-year contract where she will continue an early afternoon show in the time slot Limbaugh had before his death of cancer last month.

Dana Loesch Signs Multi-Year Renewal With Radio America.

Dana Loesch inks a multi-year contract extension with syndicator Radio America that will keep the conservative talk show host in the 12-3pm daypart she has occupied since 2014. A regular contributor to Fox News and the author of three books, Loesch’s daily radio show airs on nearly 200 stations, according to the syndicator.