NH-Based Libertarian Talk Radio Show Moves Up to #27 on National “Heavy Hundred”

"Free Talk Live" Moves up to #27 on the TALKERS "Heavy Hundred" for 2018!

“Free Talk Live” Moves up to #27 on the TALKERS “Heavy Hundred” for 2018!

Keene, New Hampshire-based nationally syndicated talk radio show Free Talk Live has done it again! We’ve moved up higher on the list of the “Heavy Hundred” most important talk shows from #29 in 2017 to #27 on the 2018 rankings. Our first appearance on the list was in 2009, and we’ve been moving up year after year.

Originally founded in 2002, and syndicated in 2004, Free Talk Live is the only nationally syndicated radio show on the list that is delivering a principled, voluntaryist, pro-peace, pro-cryptocurrency message every night. We also hit another record recently, crossing over 185 radio affiliates on AM and FM from coast-to-coast.

It’s an honor to have TALKERS Magazine recognize what we’re doing here. Thank you to publisher Michael Harrison and the rest of the TALKERS crew for including us again.

Of course, we never could have done it without the direct support of our listeners via the Free Talk Live AMP program, where people who support what we do for $5 per month. Thank you for listening and for your support!

Now you can subscribe to Free Keene via email!

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5 Comments

  1. Good for you guys!

  2. Congratulations! And keep up the great work. I love listening to FTL.

  3. What exactly does this mean? I could ask anyone on the street if they have heard your show or who you are and no one would know who you are.

  4. You know Jacks, Mark and Ian’s ideas are aired worldwide to hundreds of thousands of potential listeners. It just kills you inside that you don’t possess the political influence needed to put a stop that, doesn’t it pookums?

  5. @Jumping Jacks, Ian named the show Free Talk Live explicitly because he didn’t want it to be about him or fame. He cares about spreading the ideas. One may not be able to directly attribute the growth of libertarian ideas in the mainstream US to FTL, but we were on the air the whole time it was happening.

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