- The Washington Times - Sunday, August 25, 2013

Speculation has whirled over the fate of the Rush Limbaugh radio program, but he put it all to rest Friday by announcing a three-year contract with Cumulus Media, Breitbart News first reported.

“I have an announcement to make, here,” the host said on his show, as Breitbart reported. “On either Wednesday night or Thursday, we completed our negotiations with Cumulus Media, and there will not be any changes. I will continue to be on their radio stations for the next three years. It was really never in doubt.”

Mr. Limbaugh is, however, moving his show from WABC to WOR because his show is syndicated with Clear Channel and WOR is the Clear Channel station in New York, Breitbart reported.

“The bottom line is, no change for you,” Mr. Limbaugh added, according to the Breitbart report. “Wherever you’re listening to this radio show today, you’re gonna be able to hear it on January 2nd, 3rd. … There will be no interruption to you. There will be no change.”

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