Steve Deace Show Hits the Airwaves in Washington DC
Just days after becoming one of the fastest independently-syndicated shows in talk radio history to reach 50 affiliates, the Steve Deace Show will begin airing live from 9 p.m.- Midnight EST on WTNT (760 AM & 102.9 FM) in Washington, D.C. weeknights beginning December 12th.
Deace takes over the time slot once held on the station by Michael Savage before he recently switched networks from TRN to Cumulus. Washington, D.C. becomes the third top 10 market (along with Philadelphia & Atlanta) to add the Steve Deace Show since it debuted on December 5th, 2011.
"If there was ever a time for our show with a message like ours to begin airing each night in our nation's capitol it's now," said Deace, who began his conservative talk radio career on the legendary 1040-WHO in Des Moines, where President Ronald Reagan was once the sports director. "It's time the ruling classes in both parties hear what those of us paying most of the bills out here in what they call flyover country really think."
Deace's influence in the first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucuses has been covered by numerous national media like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Newsweek, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Time among others. Deace's writings have also been published by The Washington Times, USA Today, and Townhall.com.
One of the youngest nationally-syndicated radio hosts in the country, the 39-year old Deace promises to "Fear God, tell the truth, and make money" each night on his nationally-syndicated show co-hosted by Jennifer Green and Rebekah Maxwell.
Steve Deace is represented by the national PR Firm, Eclectic Media Productions.
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