Frater Huckabee To Begin Radio Show
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Frater Mike Huckabee (Beta-Psi, Arkansas State Univ.) is returning to his radio roots.
The former governor and presidential candidate signed a contract with ABC Radio Networks to host a program that will air twice during weekdays starting January 5th.
ABC Radio said the program, to be titled "The Huckabee Report," will broadcast mornings and afternoons and feature the top news stories of the day along with Huckabee sharing his past experiences as a former governor and presidential hopeful.
Frater Huckabee, who dropped of the race for the Republican presidential nomination in March, started a weekly talk show in September with Fox News Channel after joining the network as a political commentator.
A book Huckabee wrote on his presidential campaign is scheduled to be released next week, and stops on his book tour in Iowa have raised speculation that he's considering another White House run in 2012.
ABC Radio Networks has 4,400 affiliate radio networks. Its other programs include ABC News Radio, Paul Harvey News and Comment and The Sean Hannity Show.
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