Rush Limbaugh made a dramatic announcement about the future of his radio show
Rush Limbaugh is one of the biggest names in all the media.
For over 30 years his program promoted conservatism and combated the bias in the Fake News Media.
And now Rush Limbaugh made a dramatic announcement about the future of his radio show.
Rush Limbaugh’s contract for his syndicated radio show – which attracts tens of millions of listeners each week – was set to expire later this year.
Some wondered if Limbaugh would use the 2020 election as a jumping off point to retirement.
But at an “Evangelicals for Trump” rally in Miami on Friday, President Trump revealed that Limbaugh signed a new four year contract extension.
Limbaugh, whose contract was due to expire later this year, has renewed his deal, the syndication company Premiere Radio Networks confirmed to CNN Business.
Premiere is a division of the radio giant iHeartMedia. A spokeswoman said Limbaugh renewed a “long-term agreement” and declined to comment on any specific terms, like the length of the new deal.
But according to President Trump, it is a four-year deal.
CNN Business inquired about Limbaugh’s status after Trump blurted out the information at a rally in Miami on Friday.
With Donald Trump a decent bet to win re-election, that means Limbaugh’s radio program will continue on throughout the entire course of the Trump Presidency.
There would be no conservative media without Rush Limbaugh.
Limbaugh starting his radio program in 1988 was the beginning of the creation of an alternative to the liberal Fake News Media that routinely biased the news against Republicans and worked to advance the Democrat Party agenda.
And now Limbaugh’s radio show will continue for at least another four years.