Conservative comments for today's events
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About the Show
Award winning radio host Sam Malone comments on today's hottest stories as a conservative member of the media. Sam gets right to the point, and keeps the message short.
More about Sam Malone
The alarm clock has been going off at 4am for the past 25 years, and for Sam Malone, it's music to his ears. Malone has spent the last 18 years in Houston waking up America's 4th largest city with #1 ratings, compelling content and great interviews.
Sam earned his B.B.A in Finance from Temple University in his hometown of Philadelphia, but took his gift-for-gab and great pipes to morning radio soon after graduation. He worked at legendary stations like Eagle 106 in Philly, and Kiss 98.5 in Buffalo, NY. Malone's career really took off when he arrived in Houston to take over the morning show at struggling 104 KRBE. Morning drive ratings skyrocketed! The Sam Malone show hit #1 and became a staple of morning drive for 12 years.
Clear Channel Radio made Sam "an offer he couldn't refuse" in 2005. The Sam Malone Show then took MIX 96.5 all the way up to #1 in the ratings. But Clear Channel also offered Sam something he couldn't get elsewhere: his own talk show on 740 KTRH. So, from 6-9am he hosted a Top 40 morning show, and then from 10-noon conservative talk radio…all in the same building!
In 2010, Sam Malone made the switch to 700 AM KSEV "The Voice of Texas" and has increased his profile as a talk show host to a national level. Now he's a frequent speaker at Tea Party rallies that are drawing over 10,000 people.
While working on the radio, Sam caught the attention of television station executives who were impressed by his quick wit and comfort on camera. He began as a reporter on NBC affiliate KPRC, contributing five days a week. He currently works at CBS affiliate KHOU Channel 11, and has filled in as guest host on Great Day Houston.
Sam has interviewed high-profile guests from Sir Paul McCartney to Sen. John McCain, played dueling pianos with Barry Manilow, met his wife thanks to John Bon Jovi, and attended both Presidential Inaugurations for George W. Bush. He's truly an anomaly: comfortable interviewing everyone from musicians to politicians!
Many Houstonians are also happily married thanks to Sam. His famous Sammy's Singles events have led to 28 marriages and 24 babies born! Two of the babies are even named after him.
Sam Malone has also been a contributor on FOX News, MSNBC and Larry King Live. He lives in Houston with his wife of 20 years, Denise, and their above average son Jake.
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