Rush Limbaugh Replaced by Clay Travis and Buck Sexton

Three months after the dying of the right-wing discuss radio star Rush Limbaugh, Premiere Networks introduced that Clay Travis and Buck Sexton would take over his time slot.

The duo will host a weekday program from 12 p.m. to three p.m. Eastern that can be syndicated by Premiere Networks, a division of iHeartworkMedia, to a whole bunch of radio stations throughout the United States, the community stated Thursday.

The broadcaster has been operating outdated episodes of “The Rush Limbaugh Show” within the time slot since Mr. Limbaugh’s dying in February. “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” will begin on June 21. The hirings have been first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

Mr. Limbaugh died on Feb. 17 at age 70 from problems of lung most cancers. He had dominated the conservative media panorama for greater than three a long time along with his provocative commentary and propensity to push conspiracy theories. At the time of his dying, he had a following of roughly 15 million listeners.

Premiere Networks is hoping to retain that viewers with their new picks, however the pair face competitors from Mr. Limbaugh’s counterparts on different networks. Cumulus Media’s Westwood One arm introduced in April that the right-wing commentator Dan Bongino would take over the 12 p.m. to three p.m. time slot on its radio stations with a brand new present. Radio America lately re-signed a multiyear cope with Dana Loesch, the previous National Rifle Association spokeswoman, who additionally has a program in the identical time slot.

Mr. Travis, 42, is the founding father of the sports activities and politics web site Outkick.com, which was lately purchased by Fox Corp. He hosts a nationally syndicated present on Fox Sports Radio and co-hosts a every day sports activities betting TV present on Fox Sports 1. Mr. Sexton, 39, a former C.I.A. officer, has his personal three-hour weekday discuss radio program on Premiere Networks and is a frequent Fox News visitor.