Rush Limbaugh: Architect of New Media Revolution

The website OneNewsPage discussed The Right Frequency in a post about Rush Limbaugh’s 25 years on the air.

The piece says:

Rush Limbaugh marked his 25th year in national syndication this month, launching not only a legendary broadcast career but spawning an industry of conservative talkers and inspiring an alternative media. The Right Frequency: The Story of the Talk Radio Giants Who Shook Up the Political and Media Establishment by Fred Lucas (History Publishing Co.) tells the story of how Limbaugh defied industry odds when a national talk radio show on politics seemed unheard of.
It was in many ways a classic American tale, as Limbaugh explained on the air, marking the anniversary. “I had a senior executive at ABC Radio tell me in 1972, ‘If you want to stay in this business, you had better go into sales, because you just don’t have the talent. You’re never going make it,’ But the point is, I never listened to the naysayers.”
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