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Rush Limbaugh is widely credited with reviving AM radio with the debut and ensuing massive popularity of his nationally syndicated, self-titled program. Limbaugh and his partners launched The Rush Limbaugh Show on August 1, 1988, with 56 radio stations, and in just a few months, an additional 100 affiliates were added, thus paving the way for the expansion of the Talk radio format. The show continued to grow nationwide without the help of a major syndicator, so when listeners inquired about his network affiliation, Limbaugh began referring to his team as the Excellence in Broadcasting network, later dubbed the EIB. More than three decades later, The Rush Limbaugh Show continues to be the most-listened-to national radio talk show in America.
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