Former Arkansas Governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has announced he will discontinue his daily syndicated radio commentary “The Mike Huckabee Report” on May 1 after six and half years. Huckabee, who is weighing a 2016 bid for president, announced the end of his four-minute radio broadcasts earlier this week. In a news release, he said he plans to make content available online for paid subscribers.
Huckabee left his weekly television talk program “Huckabee” in its sixth season on Fox News.
WYM Media Management Managing Partner Debbie Greenbaum said, “The governor is deeply grateful for your support and partnership in airing ‘The Mike Huckabee Report’ all these years. But, as you are aware, he is in the midst of making some major go-forward decisions.”
“Gallagher Online,” hosted by FOX News Channel contributor Mike Gallagher will replace “The Mike Huckabee Report” beginning May 4.