Ben Shapiro returns to KTTH Radio with hour-long syndicated show
Renowned conservative commentator Ben Shapiro is making his return to Seattle radio with a new syndicated show.
“I couldn’t be more excited to come back to the market,” Shapiro told 770 KTTH’s Jason Rantz. “This is the market that gave me my start in solo radio, and I have a lot of fondness for KTTH as a station. I can’t wait to talk with listeners again. It should be fantastic.”
Shapiro left KTTH in 2015 after his daughter underwent open heart surgery.
The new show is a version of Shapiro’s daily podcast. Starting Monday, it’ll air from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. after The Todd Herman Show.
“It’s going to be as fast moving as always,” Shapiro said. “My goal is to bring you everything you need to know, all the hard-hitting commentary you need, in one hour.”
Shapiro is also expected to start making more frequent appearances on both The Jason Rantz Show and The Todd Herman Show.
Radio stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington D.C. will broadcast the new program as well, and Shapiro told Politico he hopes to later expand the show to even more markets.