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Savage Tops TSL Power 50 Top Streaming Talk Shows


Talk Stream Live has released the 2017 TSL Power 50, ranking the most streamed national radio talk shows from January 1 through December 31, 2017. The sample size exceeded a record 17.5 million listening sessions. In a closely contested result, Michael Savage edged out Rush Limbaugh for the top show. The talk shows that focused on Trump's turbulence and his defense fared best, along with some alternative paranormal programs.

The 50 Most Influential and Most Listened-To Streaming Talk Show Hosts:

  1. Michael Savage
  2. Rush Limbaugh
  3. Laura Ingraham
  4. Sean Hannity
  5. Mark Levin
  6. Clyde Lewis
  7. George Noory
  8. Alex Jones
  9. Hugh Hewitt
  10. Glenn Beck
  11. Dennis Prager
  12. Howie Carr
  13. Mike Gallagher
  14. Red Eye Radio
  15. Tammy Bruce
  16. Chris Plante
  17. John Batchelor
  18. The Dana Show
  19. Larry Elder
  20. Michael Medved
  21. IMUS
  22. Brian Kilmeade
  23. The Power Hour
  24. Joe Pags
  25. Larry Kudlow
  26. Jimmy Church
  27. Bill Cunningham
  28. Lars Larson
  29. Jeff Kuhner
  30. Phil Valentine
  31. Joe Piscopo
  32. John B Wells
  33. Kim Komando
  34. Heather Wade
  35. Matt Ray
  36. Brian Sussman
  37. Bob Brinker
  38. Dave Ramsey
  39. Jesse Lee Peterson
  40. Armstrong & Getty
  41. Herman Cain
  42. Joe Walsh
  43. Jim Bohannon
  44. Dr Daliah
  45. Aaron Klein
  46. Jay Sekulow
  47. Clark Howard
  48. The Right Perspective
  49. Rob McConnell
  50. Bubba The Love Sponge
The TSL Top 25 Report tracks streaming talk show listening metrics through TSL's cloud based server via Talk Stream Live's Website, Gadgets, iOS, and Android apps and its "click-to-listen" links on Social Networks. Note: this report only ranks the talk shows that are listed at TalkStreamLive.com.

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