The Wall Street Journal This Morning, 5am to 6am: Gordon Deal and Gina Cervetti have the day's first look at business, news, and much more.
Bill Bennett's "Morning in America," 6am to 9am: Wake up to breaking news and open phones with one of America's most influential commentators. The most important voice is yours!
Mike Gallagher, 9am to 12pm: Over 30 years broadcasting, nearly half of that in syndication, there's a very good reason Mike's in the top 10 of the most listened-to radio shows in America. HE'S "one of the 50 things liberals love to hate!"
Dennis Prager, 12pm to 3pm: Brilliant. Passionate. Compelling. Dennis Prager is a champion for clarity, and you can trust his perspective on the news and topics you care about the most. And The Happiness Hour seals the deal.
Michael Medved, 3pm to 6pm: Philly native Michael Medved's been on the air in our town since 1996. A perennial top 10 political talker, Medved's quick wit and razor-sharp mind combine for one of radio's most influential and entertaining shows.
Mark Levin, Mark Levin, 6pm to 9pm is the hottest commodity in conservative media! The Philadelphia native is a #1 NY Times best-selling author, a much sought-after speaker, television guest, political and legal commentator. Now, “The Great One” returns LIVE to NewsTalk 990 with his top-rated radio show!
Hugh Hewitt, 9pm to 12am: Lawyer, law professor, and journalist Hugh Hewitt was a pioneer in the blogosphere, and continues to innovate and educate on the air, online, and in print. High-energy, informative, and just plain fun, there's nothing like it on the radio!
Dennis Miller, 12am-3am: From his years on Saturday Night Live, to his appearances on Bill O'Reilly…with countless TV and radio triumphs in between…Dennis Miller is one of the most successful comedians and political pundits on the radio. Ever.
Steve Deace, 3am to 5am: From his website: "Deace actually believes the Bible is literally true and the Constitution isn't a living, breathing document." He also knows way too much about superheroes, Star Wars & Star Trek, and college football. What's not to love?