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Brian Kilmeade Added to Daily Lineup at 570 KLIF

“I am thrilled to be joining a great station with a rich history like KLIF and enter the fourth biggest market in the country.”

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570 KLIF has announced it is adding The Brian Kilmeade Show to its daily lineup.

Beginning on Monday, May 6th, the show hosted by the Fox News anchor will be heard from 9 AM-Noon on the Cumulus-owned Dallas news/talk station.

“I am thrilled to be joining a great station with a rich history like KLIF and enter the fourth biggest market in the country,” said Kilmeade. “I’m honored to be a part of this first-class lineup right in the middle of this historic election season, and in short order will be in Dallas to meet all of the listeners in person!”

The show hosted by Brian Kilmeade will replace The Glenn Beck Program in the station’s daily lineup.

“We are extremely excited to add Brian Kilmeade to the 570 KLIF-AM/96.3 FM-HD2 weekday radio lineup, especially as we head into the election season. Brian will be talking each day to the movers and shakers in the political world, keeping DFW up to date,” said Program Director Bruce Collins. “Together with Sean Hannity weekday afternoons from 4 PM to 7 PM, we have the national political scene more than covered.”

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7 Comments

  1. Mark Holmes

    May 8, 2024 at 10:18 am

    I want Glen Beck Back!

  2. Vaughn Williams

    May 8, 2024 at 11:36 am

    Why is Beck not on air

    • G. Sheets

      May 11, 2024 at 12:56 pm

      Why no warning about Beck program dump. Did I miss something?

  3. Debbie Lange

    May 9, 2024 at 12:49 pm

    I want Glenn Beck back. So disappointed.

  4. Ashley Holland

    May 9, 2024 at 3:59 pm

    I like kilmeade but I’m a glenn beck in the morning.

  5. David

    May 10, 2024 at 9:37 am

    Very disappointed. Now I have to stream Glenn beck on ksgf Springfield Mo until another station picks up Beck in Dallas.

    • Jeanette

      May 12, 2024 at 7:59 pm

      What happened? I can’t find out anywhere

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SuperTalk Mississippi News Adds On-Demand Audio to Spotify, Apple Podcasts

“I’m very proud of our news team and their ability to not only broadcast accurate news but deliver it to the masses in more ways than just the radio dial.”

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SuperTalk Mississippi News has announced listeners are now able to stay up to date with the latest audio from the network on platforms like Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Hourly newscasts will now be available on the platforms in addition to the plethora of available options from the statewide network.

SuperTalk Mississippi News now being available through both major podcast platforms is a testament to SuperTalk Mississippi Media’s commitment to keeping more and more listeners up to date with what’s going on across the state,” SuperTalk Mississippi Media President and CEO Kim Dillon said. “I’m very proud of our news team and their ability to not only broadcast accurate news but deliver it to the masses in more ways than just the radio dial.”

“While radio is still incredibly effective in delivering news and I don’t believe that’s ever going to change, we want to offer more ways for our listeners to have news at their fingertips,” added News Director J.T. Mitchell. “I am so thankful for the team’s willingness to adapt and thrive as we find more ways to reach Mississippians and keep them informed on a daily basis.”

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Former KCBS Host Narsai David Dies

David joined the station in the 1980s and hosted his show until July 4th, 2022 when he stepped away from the long-running weekend program.

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Longtime KCBS food and wine editor and host Narsai David has died. According to the Audacy-owned station, his health had deteriorated from a fall at his home last year. He was 87.

David joined the station in the 1980s and hosted his show until July 4th, 2022 when he stepped away from the long-running weekend program.

Before working at the news radio station, David operated a restaurant — named after himself — in the Bay Area. The eatery opened in 1970, and was frequented by celebrities like The Rolling Stones and the British Royal Family.

“Narsai had it all. He could deal with the upper echelons of society and he could deal with doofuses like me,” former KCBS anchor and reporter Mike Sugerman said. “We became fast friends. We really respected each other. And I enjoyed his cooking more than anything.”

According to the station, he is survived by his wife, Venus, and his son Daniel.

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Clay Travis: I’m Still Banned From CNN After 2017 Viral Interview

“And I still believe in the First Amendment and boobs.”

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CNN is at the forefront of the media conversation for a multitude of reasons. OutKick founder and nationally syndicated radio host Clay Travis says he won’t be appearing on the network anytime soon.

On Monday, CNN host Kasie Hunt ended an interview with former President Donald Trump’s national press secretary Karoline Leavitt after she continually denigrated Jake Tapper, who is set to moderate the first presidential debate alongside Dana Bash Thursday. The clip went viral, similar to a 2017 interaction Travis had on the network.

While speaking with Brooke Baldwin in a 2017 appearance on the cable network, Travis famously quipped “I’m a First Amendment absolutist. I believe in only two things completely: the First Amendment and boobs … two things that have never let me down in this entire country’s history.”

Baldwin subsequently ended that interview, and Travis claimed he has been barred from appearing on the network ever since.

“I got cut off like Karoline Leavitt and I am still banned from appearing on CNN, seven years later,” he said during The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show. “I’m banned from CNN and ESPN. I don’t think anyone else has that duo. And I still believe in the First Amendment and boobs.”

Travis was also critical of the network for its conduct Monday morning. In a post to X, Travis defended Leavitt’s criticism of Tapper.

“Why shouldn’t that be mentioned and discussed on air? It’s super relevant,” he wrote. (Hunt) made this a far bigger mess for your network by behaving like a petulant brat. Congrats.”

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