TheBlaze Radio Network’s Chris Peterson contributed to this post. 

TheBlaze continues to rapidly expand across all platform, and this week made several exciting announcements about the growing lineup of TheBlaze Radio Network.

Earlier this week, TheBlaze Radio launched ‘The Buck Sexton Show’, Monday – Friday from 12-2p, while ‘Pat & Stu’ moved to Afternoon Drive, 5-7p et. TheBlaze Radio also expanded their weekend lineup  with ‘Cain & Cupp’, hosted by Will Cain and S.E. Cupp, that will be heard exclusively on TheBlaze Radio Network every Saturday from 9a – 12p et, starting March 22nd.

But did you hear who else is joining TheBlaze Radio?

Mike Slater will be joining the growing Saturday line up as of March 22nd. ‘The Mike Slater Show’ will air exclusively on TheBlaze Radio Network from 3-6p et. Slater is currently aired on San Diego’s KFMB each weekday.  Also announced was ‘Pure Opelka’, hosted by our own Editor-At-Large Mike Opelka, which will air every Saturday morning from 8-9a et.

TheBlaze Radio Network’s VP/Programming Dom Theodore said, “This new lineup underscores TheBlaze Radio Network’s commitment to original programming. We are absolutely thrilled to add Mike Opelka, Will Cain and S.E. Cupp, and Mike Slater to our already successful Saturday talent roster of Chris Salcedo and Joe Pags. This is just another great step in our continued growth as a network.”

TheBlaze Radio Network now features 50 hours of original programming per week and is one of the top 20 most listened to radio streams in the US.

The full lineup of TheBlaze Radio Network:

Monday – Friday (all time ET)

6-9 A.M. The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson

9a-12 P.M. The Glenn Beck Radio Program

12-2 P.M. The Buck Sexton Show

2p-5 P.M. The Jay Severin Show

5p-7 P.M. Pat & Stu

Saturday

8a-9 A.M.Pure Opelka

9a-12 P.M. Cain & Cupp

12p-3 P.M. The Chris Salcedo Show

3p-6 P.M. The Mike Slater Show

6p-9 P.M. The Weekend with Joe Pags

Sunday

10a-1 P.M. WallBuilders with Joe Pags

You can listen to Mike Slater’s announcement from ‘The Buck Sexton Show’ here:

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