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    Default Clay Travis & Buck Sexton To Take Over Rush Limbuagh Show

    From Radio Insight:

    Premiere Networks has found not one, but two replacements to take over the Rush Limbaugh Show.
    Clay Travis (who currently hosts mornings on Premiere’s “Fox Sports Radio”) and Buck Sexton (who currently hosts an early evening show for Premiere) will take over the 12-3pm eastern slot with “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” beginning Monday, June 21 according to the Wall Street Journal.
    Travis, who recently sold his to Fox, has hosted mornings on Fox Sports Radio since 2016. The former lawyer previously co-hosted middays on Cumulus Media Sports “104.5 The Zone” WGFX Nashville. He will continue to host his two podcasts and the daily gambling show “Fox Bet Live” on FS1.
    Sexton currently hosts “The Buck Sexton Show” fed by Premiere in the 6-9pm slot. Sexton has hosted the show since February 2017. He previously hosted a TV show on Blaze and has served as a commentator for CNN and Fox News following a career with the CIA and NYPD in their counterterrorism units. Sexton also currently hosts a local hour from 6-7pm for 710 WOR New York.
    Since the February death of Limbaugh, the show has lost many of its affiliates as companies including Cox Media Group and Cumulus launched internal options while many other stations switched to other syndicated options. The new program will still have iHeartMedia’s stable of talkers including WOR, KEIB Los Angeles, KTRH Houston, KFYI Phoenix, WOAI San Antonio, and WTAM Cleveland as launch affiliates.




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