USA Radio Networks Lands "The Steve Deace Show"
- Category: U.S.
- Published on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 13:37
- Written by RUSS JONES, Christian Press
RALEIGH, NC. — USA Radio Networks makes a huge leap forward in signing nationally syndicated radio host Steve Deace (pronounced “Dace”). Deace is considered by many to be one of the best talents from the limited stock of today’s young talkers. He is widely respected as a political columnist, commentator and author.
“Steve Deace is one of the rising stars in conservative media,” says Donald Trump.
The Steve Deace Show, currently heard on 44 radio stations from 9:00pm -12mid Monday – Friday, is a fresh take on political talk.
Beginning January 20, the program will broadcast live from 3:00 – 6:00 pm EST Monday – Friday on both the XDS Pro4 and Unity 4000 platform.
“We believe that Steve can help our affiliate stations gain market share in afternoon drive,” says Tim Maranville, USA’s Chief Content Officer. “He’s not just another conservative mouthpiece. He connects with the listener because he reflects their on-going frustration with Washington and political media.”
Deace says, “I’m excited to be signing with USA Radio Networks and moving to afternoon drive. It is one of the prime time slots in radio. Moving there, just as the most important presidential election of our lifetime gets going, is great timing.”
outspoken stance on both Republicans and Democrats makes him the go-to guy for conservative and liberal media. His recent book “Rules for Patriots: How Conservatives Can Win Again” has received wide acclaim and enhanced his position as a “kingmaker” as he has been referred to by political media outlets.
Deace is a regular commentator on noteworthy media outlets like Newsweek, Time, The New York Times, The Washington Times, Fox News and MSNBC.
“Steve is an impact player in shaping the conversation for the nation. I’m thrilled to give him a voice on the USA Radio Networks,” said Maranville.
Listed on Talkers magazine 2014 “Heavy Hundred” list of the 100 most important radio talk show hosts in America, Deace is heard in markets across the country.
Sam Hassell, CEO of Cross Platform Media Group that operates USA Radio Networks adds, “Steve is a significant addition to our line-up and reflects the aggressive growth plan of USA Radio Networks.”