Harry Hurley announced Monday morning on the "Hurley in the Morning" program on WPG Talk Radio that he will be filling-in for Fox News Radio star Todd Starnes for his daily national program on Tuesday, June 12, from noon to 3PM.

"I want to take this opportunity to thank Todd Starnes, who is literally one of the classiest and most generous broadcasters in our business," said Hurley. Starnes and Hurley have logged many on-air hours together and enjoy a great rapport.

"Todd recommended me and I can't thank him enough for the confidence that he has shown in me. My goals are simple: Respect the most dynamic brand in the national media, FOX News and properly honor and respect Todd, while I fill-in for him," said Hurley.

Hurley said on-air how grateful he is to have received the approval to do some work as an fill-in, on-air talent on FOX News Radio - on their nationally syndicated platforms. Hurley elaborated at length this morning on-air about how impressed he is with John Sylvester, Vice President, FOX News Radio, FOX News Talk, and FOX News Headlines 24/7.

Hurley also did a national on-air stint, serving as guest host for Lt. Col. Oliver North's nationally syndicated radio program on May 31, 1996.

"Todd, Jon Costantino and the entire team at The Todd Starnes Show are great to work with," said Hurley.

"I am also very thankful to Michael Ruble, President Townsquare Media Atlantic City and Program Director Chris Coleman for their support," said Hurley. "Our team is incredible and so supportive of one another," said Hurley.

Hurley has received some additional FOX News Radio/Todd Starnes full-in dates coming up in July and August.

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