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Mark Levin is the host of the fastest growing talk show in the current
radio landscape. With nearly 150 stations — including 20 of the Top 25
— The Mark Levin Show has become one of the most popular,
entertaining, and unique programs in Talk radio.
Mark is also one of the top conservative thinkers and authors of the day.
His radio show on WABC in New York City skyrocketed to Number 1 on
the AM dial in his first 18 months on the air in the competitive 6:00 PM -
8:00 PM time slot, beating the Yankees, Mets, all news and sports stations.
Mark’s book Men in Black is a scathing review of the Supreme Court. It
was released February 7, 2005 and quickly climbed to Number 3 in the
nation on the New York Times Best-Seller list. His critique of judicial
activism was so compelling it was used by politicians and talk-radio
listeners alike to influence the outcome of the John Roberts and Sam Alito
nominations to the Court.
Mark has risen to among the top-tier of talk show super-stars. According
to Levin, “Radio must be entertaining, compelling, and passionate. In
most markets, my show follows Rush and Sean. I have to bring my own
personality, humor, and experiences to the microphone. I try to reach out
and grab each and every listener.”
Mark Levin took over the WABC 6:00 PM slot on September 2, 2003.
Before that, he hosted a popular Sunday afternoon program. “He’s
smart, witty, and fast on the draw,” says WABC Program Director Phil
Boyce. “He has this sharp sarcastic wit that can easily stun his
opponents. I know I would not want to debate him. Everyday Mark
manages to come up with a new twist on the day’s top news events, as
well as his own unique information. His passion and intellect
have made him a favorite of hundreds of thousands of radio
listeners in the New York City area.
Sean Hannity calls him “The Great One.” Rush Limbaugh
calls him “F. Lee Levin.” He served as chief of staff to the
Attorney General of the United States in the Reagan
administration. He was awarded the coveted Ronald
Reagan Award in 2001 from the American
Conservative Union. Mark has appeared on hundreds
of television and radio programs, is a contributing
editor for National Review, and blogs regularly on
National Review Online. He currently practices law
in the private sector, heading up the prestigious
Landmark Legal Foundation in Washington DC.
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