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Rush Limbaugh Tops Talk Stream Live's The Power 50 Report

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Talk Stream Live

Syndicated Rush Limbaugh tops Talk Stream Live's The Power 50 Report -- the 50 most influential and most listened to streaming talk show hosts for 2019. Michael Savage took second place, followed by Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Clyde Lewis to round out the top 5. The ranks were produced by a sampled 36 million listener sessions -- a record -- during 2019. The TSL Power 50 Report tracks streaming talk shows through its platform of online website, channels, apps and gadgets.

Here are the top 50 rankings:

1. Rush Limbaugh
2. Michael Savage - The Savage Nation
3. Sean Hannity
4. Mark Levin
5. Clyde Lewis - Ground Zero
6. Chris Plante
7. Glenn Beck
8. George Noory - Coast to Coast AM
9. Howie Carr
10. Hugh Hewitt
11. Dennis Prager
12. Jimmy Church - Fade to Black
13. Sebastian Gorka - America First
14. Ben Shapiro
15. Brian Kilmeade
16. Red Eye Radio
17. Alex Jones
18. Mike Gallagher
19. Larry Elder
20. Richard C Hoagland - The Other Side of Midnight
21. John Batchelor
22. The Dana Show
23. Joe Pags
24. John B Wells - Ark Midnight
25. Rob McConnell - The X Zone
26. Mornings on the Mall
27. Bill Cunningham
28. David Schrader - Midnight in the Desert
29. Tammy Bruce
30. Michael Medved
31. Armstrong & Getty
32. Kim Komando
33. Bernie & Sid
34. David Knight
35. Michael Vara - Late Night in the Midlands
36. Lars Larson
37. Buck Sexton
38. Brian Sussman
39. Jim Bohannon
40. Daniel Brigman - The Power Hour
41. Dave Ramsey
42. Joe Piscopo
43. TRP - The Right Perspective
44. Jesse Lee Peterson
45. Stephanie Miller
46. Owen Shroyer - The War Room
47. Clark Howard
48. The Conspiracy Show
49. Mancow
50. Phil Valentine

Note: This report only ranks the talk show hosts that are listed at TalkStreamLive.com.


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