Radio Host Steve Deace Breaks Records
On the one year anniversary of the nationally-syndicated Steve Deace Show, has become one of the fastest talk radio programs in the industry to ever reach 50 affiliates.
The newest affiliates are KXBR in Duluth (MN), KVOI in Tucson (AZ), and WYAB in Jackson (MS).
"I am honored and humbled to have achieved such success in such a short time," said Deace, 39, who is also one of the youngest nationally-syndicated hosts in the country. "When I left the award-winning and legendary WHO last year to find out what other opportunities were out there, I had no idea this was possible."
Deace In Des Moines
Deace is the former top-rated afternoon drive host at 1040-WHO in Des Moines, which just won the Marconi Award for radio station of the year, and is also one of Deace's flagship affiliates. Deace's show airs each night from 9-Midnight eastern time, and is already heard in top 10 markets such as Philadelphia and Atlanta, and 16 other top 100 markets as well.
"I know pretty much everybody in this industry, and I have had many of them tell me it's unheard of for an independently syndicated radio program to clear 50 affiliates in its first year, especially one hosted by a fresh face," said Stu Epperson, Jr., who is Deace's syndication partner. "That's a testament to Deace's talent and the on-air chemistry he has with his female sidekicks, Jen and Rebekah. It's just an awesome show that has fun and stands for freedom and liberty at a time when this country so desperately needs it."
Willing To Seek Truth
Each day Deace promises to "fear God, tell the truth, and make money." His willingness to seek the truth first makes him a breath of fresh air in an industry dominated by political partisans. And it's also one of the reasons he's appeared as a guest on all three major cable news networks, and is frequently interviewed by major mainstream media such as The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Newsweek. Fox News notes Deace's influence in the first-in-the nation Iowa Caucuses, held in Deace's home state. And Deace's writings have appeared in USA Today, Townhall.com, and The Washington Times among others.
Given that most Americans are skeptical of the mainstream media and both political parties, not to mention the rise of the anti-establishment Tea Party, Deace's truth-centered approach to talk radio builds credibility with his audience, and his entertaining style will make him the most-listened-to show not only by your listeners, but his peers as well.
For more information on Steve Deace and his radio show, please visit http://stevedeace.com
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