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Jesse Kelly Signs With Premiere to Host New Radio Show on 200+ Stations

Jesse Kelly has signed with Premiere Networks to host a new radio show from 6-9 pm ET, OutKick has learned. Beginning June 28, The Jesse Kelly Show will air each weekday on more than 200 stations nationwide and on iHeartRadio.

Premiere’s 6-9 time slot has been helmed by Buck Sexton, who on June 21 moves to 12-3 pm to co-host with OutKick founder Clay Travis.

“I wish I could say I’m humbled, but the truth is that signing with an amazing company like Premiere will only boost my well-established ego,” Kelly said in a statement. “But honestly, I’m beyond thrilled that now every American will get a chance to hear my voice for three hours a day.”

“We couldn’t be happier to have Jesse at the helm of our weekday afternoon timeslot,” stated Premiere Networks President Julie Talbott. “His fresh voice will undoubtedly connect with and engage our audience with intelligent, witty conversation and bold opinions, while creating impactful opportunities for our partners.”

Last month, Kelly spoke to OutKick about his unique background. He began his career selling RVs and is now fronting both a national TV and radio show.

Kelly will continue to host I’m Right with Jesse Kelly at 9 p.m. ET on The First, which also airs TV shows with Buck Sexton, Bill O’Reilly, and Dana Loesch.

Starting June 28, Premiere Networks’ lineup will air as follows: The Glenn Beck Program (9 am – 12 pm); The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show (12 – 3 pm); The Sean Hannity Show (3 – 6 pm); The Jesse Kelly Show (6 – 9 pm).

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Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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  1. Jesse has the best radio show out there, his history segments are educational and entertaining. Jesse’s show was sort of like Outkick radio but on politics. Totally appropriate the Bobby Burack broke the story, with Jwhit gone to the ether, buracks columns are a must read.

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