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Boston's WRKO-AM 680 to Debut The Grace Curley Show


Grace Curley
Grace Curley

WRKO-AM 680, The Voice of Boston, has announced the debut of "The Grace Curley Show," effective January 4, 2021. Curley will broadcast weekday afternoons from 12:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. Hosted by Grace Curley, the executive producer of the Boston-based "Howie Carr Show" and a Boston Herald contributing columnist, "The Grace Curley Show" is a conservative caller driven Talk show where Curley will discuss the latest pop culture and political headlines, lending her millennial perspective to each topic.

"Grace Curley is a great talent and just the sort of host Talk radio needs to take the industry to the next level," said Howie Carr, Host of the "Howie Carr Show." "Grace is a young, articulate, conservative woman who already has years of experience in drivetime programming, state-of-the-art podcasts and daily print journalism."

"Grace has a spark ready to be ignited," said Rob Sanchez, Vice President of News, Talk and Sports for iHeartMedia Boston. "She is part of the next generation of Talk radio hosts and is ready to set the Boston airwaves on fire with her strong and authentic voice. Grace represents core conservative values through a millennial lens and has learned from the absolute best, so she is the perfect lead in for the ‘Howie Carr Show.'"

"I am ecstatic for this huge opportunity to host a Talk radio show and offer my perspective on politics, pop culture and more," said Curley. "Over the last six years, I've been mentored by one of the best in the business, and I look forward to putting the skills I've learned from Howie Carr to the test and creating a show that is interesting, unique and entertaining."

In addition to her daily show, Grace Curley will continue her role as the Executive Producer of the "Howie Carr Show" and columnist for the Boston Herald, supplying her viewpoint on the mainstream media and politics.

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