Mark Levin Signs Massive New Deal For ‘Multiple Years’


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Top-rated conservative talker and pundit Mark Levin won’t be leaving the airwaves anytime soon, thanks to a major new deal he just inked with Cumulus Media.

According to reports, the deal will keep Levin with the company and on the air for “multiple years,” and also include a new addition to his already busy schedule.

Levin, 66, has been part of Cumulus Media and Westwood One since 2007. The new deal includes his development and hosting of an all-new show for the network, marking his first-ever original content podcast series, the Washington Examiner reported.

“This has been my radio home for 23 years, and I am more excited than ever, especially during these tumultuous and historic times, to continue my relationship with my first-rate broadcast partners for many years to come,” Levin said.


Collin Jones, president of Westwood One and executive vice president of Cumulus Media, added: “Mark is a powerful and influential voice with an incredible ability to establish strong relationships with his listeners while driving tremendous results for his advertising partners. Mark has been dubbed ‘The Great One’ for his ability to concisely break down the day’s most significant topics, and we are thrilled to grow our partnership with him for years to come.”

The Examiner noted further: “Levin has been a must-listen for years. A legal scholar who was also a Reagan-era Justice Department chief of staff, he produces analyses of key issues from the court troubles facing former President Donald Trump to the Biden scandals in a very clear-cut and understandable fashion. He is also a leading critic of the liberal media, long exposing the efforts to hide President Joe Biden’s mental failings before the media finally admitted them after last Thursday’s presidential debate.”

The Mark Levin Show airs weekly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on almost 400 radio affiliates, covering all 10 top metro markets and 21 of the top 25. The Mark Levin Audio Rewind, a daily companion podcast, is available Monday through Friday on most major podcast platforms. Additionally, a weekend podcast called The Best of Mark Levin provides a roundup of the week’s top stories. On Saturdays, he hosts the hit show “Life, Liberty, and Levin” on Fox.


“I understand my obligation is to serve the millions of patriotic Americans in the audience. I am blessed to do what I do, and I am committed every day to providing detailed analyses of current events along with historic context, commentary, and my in-depth perspectives to deliver the very best broadcasting I am able to share with our many listeners,” said Levin, who is also a member of the Radio Hall of Fame.

Levin moved to the Saturday Night prime time 8 PM slot in December, which provided him with greater visibility and doubled his existing schedule footprint, which currently sits at Sunday 8 PM.

Fox’s executive vice president of primetime programming Meade Cooper reportedly led the charge to make the change.

He told the press in a statement, “Since joining the network in 2017, Mark has provided our audience with thought-provoking analysis on America’s core values and their impact on current events.”

Levin responded to the news with humility saying: “It’s an honor to join the other outstanding hosts on Saturday in bringing the most intelligent, informative, and entertaining programming to the nation. Thank you to our loyal audience and Fox News.”

“Fox News said ‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ is the highest-rated primetime program in cable news on Sundays, averaging 1.4 million viewers and 104,000 in the 25-54 demographic, the audience most coveted by advertisers,” Variety reported at the time. “Levin served in the Reagan administration, and worked as an associate director of presidential personnel, deputy solicitor of the U.S. Department of Interior, and deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, among other positions.”

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