Radio icon Matthew Erich “Mancow” Muller perennially is listed in the Top 10 of the most influential radio personalities in the country and is heard in hundreds of markets.
Now add the Fox News Channel, where his pilot show will air Saturday at 10 p.m. Eastern Time
He’ll be considering the question: “Why are Democratic cities more violent?”
Mancow got a theater degree from Central Missouri State University in 1990 and started his radio career with the morning show “Holy Moly & Maxx” for KOKO in Kansas City. Later he moved to California, but it was with his move to Chicago in 1994, when he created his now-famous radio show “Mancow,” that he hit his stride.
His program airs 5:30-9 a.m. and, according to his own company, is heard in all 50 states. It ranks fourth in national ratings and is heard in more than 200 markets.
Broadcasting from legendary WLS radio in downtown Chicago, 11 million to 12 million are listening when he takes the microphone.
He’s syndicated by Talk Radio Network.
His fans are faithful, because his “topics range from the sublime to the absurd with the tongue planted firmly in cheek. Essentially, Mancow is both brutally honest and intelligently delivered.”
Mancow brought his concise assessments to Fox News earlier this year when he had two specials, on March 17 and March 24.
At the time, he warned his fusion of politics, entertainment and news never is conventional.
“Viewers better fasten their seat belts because I’ll be throwing out all the rules and telling it like it is,” he said then.
He’ll also take on another subject Saturday. On his agenda is: “Perot 2012? Gary Johnson is the man that will guarantee a second term for Obummer.”