Longtime Limbaugh producer to launch podcast about late host
Longtime Rush Limbaugh producer James Golden, known as “Bo Snerdley,” will be launching a podcast about the late conservative talk show host.
“It is a tremendous honor to host this tribute podcast series and I will do my very best to make Rush proud and provide his vast audience with a true representation of our beloved host,” Golden said to BizPac Review.
James Golden, aka ‘Bo Snerdley’ to launch new podcast about Rush Limbaugh https://t.co/hXQHbqKDo4 via @BIZPACReview
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) April 24, 2021
The podcast will be hosted on iHeartRadio starting on May 12.
Limbaugh died in February at 70 years old from stage 4 lung cancer.
“I’ll just tell you, from personal interactions, you would be hard-pressed to find a greater brand ambassador and believer in this radio program and person grateful to you than James,” host Todd Herman said on his show Monday.
GOP lawmakers tweeted about how Limbaugh was an “icon” for the conservative movement and mourned his death publicly.
Golden worked with Limbaugh for 30 years as a producer and call screener for the late host’s show.
He has his own podcast that started on WABC last month.
Golden’s podcast dedicated to Limbaugh will “give you a sense of how Rush changed America as we know it with the Golden EIB Microphone, the EIB microphone,” Herman said.
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