James Golden, Rush Limbaugh's producer known to his legions of fans as Bo Snerdley, will launch a podcast with iHeart Radio about the conservative talk show host May 12. Golden worked with Limbaugh for over 30 years.
"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 told BizPac Review.
Limbaugh died at age 70 from lung cancer in February.
"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," Todd Herman said, The Hill reported.
Herman said Golden's podcast will "give you a sense of how Rush changed America as we know it with the Golden EIB Microphone, the EIB microphone."
Breitbart tweeted April 16:
"Lawmakers in Missouri are sponsoring legislation to honor the late radio legend and native son Rush Limbaugh who died at 70 in February."
Snerdley, who is Black, was the call screener, producer and engineer for "The Rush Limbaugh Show" and while off-air, at times appeared on the program, most notably as its "Official Criticizer of Barack Obama," introducing himself as an “African-American-in-good-standing-and-certified-black-enough-to-criticize-Obama guy.”
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