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Steve Deace Signs With Eclectic Media Productions

Eclectic Media Productions is pleased to announce the signing of Steve Deace.

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 nationally distributed each weeknight from 9-Midnight EST by the Salem Radio Network. His radio program has been featured in major media such as Fox News, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Politico, The Weekly Standard, and National Review among others. He has been a columnist for World Net Daily and the Washington Times, and is now a contributor for Town Hall.com. He is the author of the book We Won't Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again.

Shannon Rose, President of Eclectic Media, states, "Steve Deace has come from a strong, successful career, and I look forward to helping him expand his ideas and success to the next level."

Steve Deace in response says, "I trust Shannon Rose and his team at Eclectic Media to help keep my career going up from here."

For more information on Steve Deace, visit: http://stevedeace.com/

Steve Deace is represented by Eclectic Media Productions, a National PR Firm.

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