(National Sentinel) Programming Note: The Fox News Channel has signed up talk radio giant Mark Levin to become its latest host, both the network and the conservative stalwart announced Tuesday.
The show “will feature Levin’s lively in-depth and long-form interviews and powerful debate style with consequential guests covering history, philosophy, and economics,” Fox said in a statement.
As noted on Levin’s radio talk show website, the Fox program “will explore the fundamental values and principles undergirding American society, culture, politics, and current events, and their relevance to the nation’s future and everyday lives of citizens.”
The show will be an hour in length, according to Suzanne Scott, president of programming.
“Mark’s passion for the principles found in the Constitution and success in talk radio has made him a distinct figure in the media landscape. We look forward to adding this spirited program to our weekend lineup,” she said.
Levin, who has the third-highest rated radio talk show in the country behind No. 1 Rush Limbaugh and No. 2 Sean Hannity, both of whom are conservatives, added, “I am honored to join FOX News, a network I have enjoyed appearing on as a guest for quite some time.
“As a proud citizen of the United States, I am delighted to share the significance of American values with such a wide audience and look forward to engaging with important guests about crucial topics,” he continued.
In addition to his radio program, heard on more than 300 stations nationwide, Levin is creator of LevinTV, an online television program broadcast on CRTV.
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“Previously, Levin served as an adviser to several members of President Ronald Reagan’s cabinet,” said Levin’s website announcement. “He was Chief of Staff to then-Attorney General Edwin Meese and held other positions including Associate Director of Presidential Personnel, Deputy Solicitor of the U.S. Department of Interior, and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.”
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