Travis and Sexton team up for radio show at Limbaugh’s former home


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NEW YORK (AP) — The late Rush Limbaugh’s radio syndicators announced Thursday that they will be teaming up with personalities Clay Travis and Buck Sexton for a new show in Limbaugh’s old timeslot.

Premiere Radio Networks will offer its program on weekdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. from June 21.

Travis, founder of media company Outkick, hosted the Fox Sports Radio program, “Outkick the Coverage.” Sexton, a former CIA officer and counterterrorism expert, has his own show with Premiere.

Since Limbaugh died of cancer on Feb. 17, Premiere has aired a series of guest hosts that also air stock footage from past Limbaugh programs.

Dan Bongino and Dana Loesch are two conservative media personalities who work in the same time slot, trying to claim some of Limbaugh’s former audience.

Travis said he couldn’t resist the opportunity to do a show in “the talk format’s most coveted time slot”.

“While no one will ever replace Rush Limbaugh, Buck and I are thrilled to continue advancing the causes that are dear to him,” he said.


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