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Espousing his ideology since his college days seems to have paid off for Sean Hannity. His days as a student broadcaster on the University of California Santa Barbara radio waves made some other waves but it did secure his place as one of colleges most talked about radio hosts. Even though the ACLU had to cover his back to win his job back, Hannity decided to move on and take advantage of the notoriety and the attendant offers forthcoming. Credit to the ACLU from Hannity has yet to be disclosed.
His burgeoning career took him through Atlanta on the way to New York, there was little doubt that Hannity spurred the sentiment that part of America had a thirst to hear more than progressive and liberal views. By 1998, the growing popularity of his thought process drove him to host the most sot after time slot in the largest media market in the Unites States New York for the afternoon drive home.
His popularity didn't stop with radio waves. Fox And Friends, a Fox Network 24-hour news program, came calling and he, along with Alan Combs began a point-counterpoint styled format that made for rapacious hoot and hollering on the sofa at home. Fox News couldn't be happier with either ratings or controversy. Of course, Hannity worked the conservative side of things while Combs absorbed most of the rancor that was part of the script. Ultimately, the show was replaced with a new, improved Sean Hannity Hour, that is quintessential to being an informed political conservative in the U.S.
With three New York Times Best Selling Non-Fiction books under his belt radio syndication and an association with a Fair and Balanced (claimed) television network contract, Sean Hannity should be given a hand. The Isley Brothers cemented forecast Hannity's path with their iconic song, It's Your Thing.