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[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere included Radio/RushLimbaugh before his death in 2021, and his de facto successors Clay Travis and Buck Sexton. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.

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[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere included Radio/RushLimbaugh before his death in 2021, and his with Premiere currently airing Limbaugh's de facto successors Clay Travis and Buck Sexton. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.


[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.

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[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh.included Radio/RushLimbaugh before his death in 2021, and his de facto successors Clay Travis and Buck Sexton. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.


[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US.

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[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas [[UsefulNotes/OtherCitiesInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], Antonio]], UsefulNotes/{{Texas}}, and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US.


[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh and Jim Rome. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.

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[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh and Jim Rome.Radio/RushLimbaugh. [=iHeart=] also acts as Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.


[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US. Clear Channel bought its first radio station in [[TheSeventies 1972]], and would soon come to acquire six stations across Texas and Oklahoma. The deregulation of the radio industry in TheNineties [[note]]Ownership rules were first relaxed in 1992, allowing companies to own more than two stations in one market. The real kicker was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which allowed companies to own far more radio stations than before.[[/note]] allowed Clear Channel to expand beyond its Texas/Oklahoma base and start developing a national portfolio of stations, buying up over seventy other radio companies as well as numerous radio stations. In 1997, the company entered the billboard industry, and in 1998 they went international and started buying media companies in Britain, China and other countries. In 2005, Clear Channel's billboard and live entertainment divisions were split off into separate companies; the latter became known as Live Nation, and is now the largest concert promoter in America. All three companies remain under the effective control of the Mays family, who had been running Clear Channel from the start. They also owned some TV stations in the past; those have since been sold off and dispersed to other companies. The company changed its name to [=iHeartMedia=] in 2008.

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[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US.

Clear Channel bought its first radio station in [[TheSeventies 1972]], and would soon come to acquire six stations across Texas and Oklahoma. The deregulation of the radio industry in TheNineties [[note]]Ownership rules were first relaxed in 1992, allowing companies to own more than two stations in one market. The real kicker was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which allowed companies to own far more radio stations than before.[[/note]] allowed Clear Channel to expand beyond its Texas/Oklahoma base and start developing a national portfolio of stations, buying up over seventy other radio companies as well as numerous radio stations. In 1997, the company entered the billboard industry, and in 1998 they went international and started buying media companies in Britain, China and other countries. In 2005, Clear Channel's billboard and live entertainment divisions were split off into separate companies; the latter became known as Live Nation, and is now the largest concert promoter in America. All three companies remain under the effective control of the Mays family, who had been running Clear Channel from the start. They also owned some TV stations in the past; those have since been sold off and dispersed to other companies. The company changed its name to [=iHeartMedia=] in 2008.


[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US. Clear Channel bought its first radio station in [[TheSeventies 1972]], and would soon come to acquire six stations across Texas and Oklahoma. The deregulation of the radio industry in TheNineties [[note]]Ownership rules were first relaxed in 1992, allowing companies to own more than two stations in one market. The real kicker was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which allowed companies to own far more radio stations than before.[[/note]] allowed Clear Channel to expand beyond its Texas/Oklahoma base and start developing a national portfolio of stations, buying up over seventy other radio companies as well as numerous radio stations. In 1997, the company entered the billboard industry, and in 1998 they went international and started buying media companies in Britain, China and other countries. In 2005, Clear Channel's billboard and live entertainment divisions were split off into separate companies; the latter became known as Live Nation, and is now the largest concert promoter in America. All three companies remain under the effective control of the Mays family, who had been running Clear Channel from the start. They also owned some TV stations in the past; those have since been sold off and dispersed to other companies. The company changed its name to [=iHeart=] Media in 2008.

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[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US. Clear Channel bought its first radio station in [[TheSeventies 1972]], and would soon come to acquire six stations across Texas and Oklahoma. The deregulation of the radio industry in TheNineties [[note]]Ownership rules were first relaxed in 1992, allowing companies to own more than two stations in one market. The real kicker was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which allowed companies to own far more radio stations than before.[[/note]] allowed Clear Channel to expand beyond its Texas/Oklahoma base and start developing a national portfolio of stations, buying up over seventy other radio companies as well as numerous radio stations. In 1997, the company entered the billboard industry, and in 1998 they went international and started buying media companies in Britain, China and other countries. In 2005, Clear Channel's billboard and live entertainment divisions were split off into separate companies; the latter became known as Live Nation, and is now the largest concert promoter in America. All three companies remain under the effective control of the Mays family, who had been running Clear Channel from the start. They also owned some TV stations in the past; those have since been sold off and dispersed to other companies. The company changed its name to [=iHeart=] Media [=iHeartMedia=] in 2008.


[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh and Jim Rome. Clear Channel also acts as {{Creator/FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.

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[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh and Jim Rome. Clear Channel [=iHeart=] also acts as {{Creator/FOX}}'s Creator/{{FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.

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[=iHeartMedia=] (formerly known as Clear Channel Communications) is a {{radio}} broadcaster based in [[EverythingIsBigInTexas San Antonio, Texas]], and one of the largest owners of radio stations in the US. Clear Channel bought its first radio station in [[TheSeventies 1972]], and would soon come to acquire six stations across Texas and Oklahoma. The deregulation of the radio industry in TheNineties [[note]]Ownership rules were first relaxed in 1992, allowing companies to own more than two stations in one market. The real kicker was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which allowed companies to own far more radio stations than before.[[/note]] allowed Clear Channel to expand beyond its Texas/Oklahoma base and start developing a national portfolio of stations, buying up over seventy other radio companies as well as numerous radio stations. In 1997, the company entered the billboard industry, and in 1998 they went international and started buying media companies in Britain, China and other countries. In 2005, Clear Channel's billboard and live entertainment divisions were split off into separate companies; the latter became known as Live Nation, and is now the largest concert promoter in America. All three companies remain under the effective control of the Mays family, who had been running Clear Channel from the start. They also owned some TV stations in the past; those have since been sold off and dispersed to other companies. The company changed its name to [=iHeart=] Media in 2008.

[=iHeart=]'s Premiere Radio Networks is the largest syndication service in the US. Talent broadcast by Premiere includes Radio/RushLimbaugh and Jim Rome. Clear Channel also acts as {{Creator/FOX}}'s radio wing (acting in the same role as Westwood One does for Creator/{{CBS}}), distributing both Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} and Fox Sports's news and talk networks for them.
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