When Rush is on the air, sparks tend to fly. Armed with a thorough knowledge and deep understanding of national events, he provides listeners with often times alternative insights into the day’s hottest topics. Rush tells it like it is (or at the very least, the way he sees it). And from all reports, people like hearing what he has to say. Rush ranks first in his time period, reaching the largest daytime audience in St. Louis.
In 1988, Rush started his nationally syndicated show with just 56 radio stations. Today, an astounding 20 million listeners — on more than over 620 radio stations — tune into Rush’s daily broadcast.
Rush is more than a host and entertainer, he’s a phenomenon. He’s been featured on “60 Minutes” and “20/20.” You’ve seen him at the newsstands in U.S. News & World Report, Time Magazine and USA Weekend. His successes were immortalized with his induction into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1993. And, as if that’s not enough, in his “spare” time he’s written two best-selling books.
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