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Townhall Confirms Deadline Report: Hannity and O'Reilly Ready to Close New Deals With Fox News

Haynes1701 Wrote: Apr 19, 2012 9:54 AM
I use to listen to Hannity's radio show regularly, but lately he is a looped repeat of himself. I could turn off his show today and back on tomorrow and he would be talking about the exact same thing. There is no new schlorship on his show, and he is the WORST when it comes to talking over callers and interrupting them. Best thing to do to a liberal is let them talk. Rush does a great job of this and so does Phil Valentine here in Nashville. And since Hannity "discovered" Twitter, that's all he does and its affecting the quality of his radio show. I don't catch him (or O'Reily) very often on TV, no time.

Earlier today, Deadline reported that two of Fox News' most recognizable faces, Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, are getting ready to close new multi-year deals with the station.

Townhall has confirmed the Deadline report with Fox News.

According to the original story, the deals mean that both hosts will celebrate their 20-year anniversaries and beyond with the network:

"O’Reilly and Hannity have been key to FNC’s primetime ratings dominance. O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Factor is the highest rated show in cable news, a position it has held for 125 consecutive months, followed by...