Thursday, May 27, 2010

"The Larry Kudlow Radio Show" Is Now Nationally Syndicated

Citadel Media announced the addition of The Larry Kudlow Show to its News Talk portfolio. Hosted by respected economist and CNBC anchor Larry Kudlow, the show launched on 77 WABC in 2006. It will be available in national syndication on weekends beginning 6/5.

“Larry Kudlow’s insightful opinions on money, politics and the economy are rooted in his understanding of the way Wall Street, Main Street and Washington operate,” said Carl Anderson, Senior Vice President of Programming and Distribution for Citadel Media. “His expertise will be an instant hit with our affiliates and offer their listeners a compelling perspective on the week’s financial news and events. This is a tremendous addition for our growing News Talk lineup.”

Kudlow served in President Ronald Reagan’s administration as Associate Director for Economics and Planning in the Office of Management and Budget. He is a nationally syndicated columnist, noted author and serves as an editor for National Review. He hosts The Kudlow Report each weeknight at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC and also co-hosts The Call for the television network, which airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. ET.

“I’m looking forward to bringing our weekly program to a national radio audience and sharing my thoughts on the political factors shaping the current state of our economy with new listeners,” said Kudlow. “Each week we produce the show with a goal of offering individuals the best possible information to map their own investment strategy. I’m pleased to have the opportunity to deliver that message as part of the Citadel Media team.”