Miller Minute

Dennis Miller’s return to radio, via a special feature syndicated through Westwood One, has been cleared on 60 stations nationwide, including Cumulus Media’s news/talk WMAL-AM/FM Washington, DC (630/105.9), talk WLS Chicago (890) and Salem Media Group talk KLFE Seattle (1590). “The Miller Minute” will debut Monday, Feb 12, pushed back from its original Jan. 22 launch.

Miller previously hosted a daily talk show on the network for eight years, ending in 2015. At its one-year anniversary in 2008, “The Dennis Miller Show” cleared on more than 160 stations, including all top ten markets. By 2013 it was heard in 24 of the top 25 markets.

He rose to fame as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live.” The stand-up comedian has hosted TV programs on HBO, CNBC and was teamed with Al Michaels for two years on “Monday Night Football.”

"Dennis Miller is a multi-talented, multimedia comic icon and we are thrilled to have him back on Westwood One,” executive VP of News & Talk Bart Tessler said. "Even with all his success, ‘The Miller Minute’ may be the best format yet for Dennis to entertain and inform listeners with his humor and idiosyncratic style. He can't wait to re-engage with his radio audience, affiliates and advertisers.”

Miller previously hosted a daily talk show on the network for eight years, ending in 2015. He rose to fame as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live.” The stand-up comedian has hosted TV programs on HBO, CNBC and was teamed with Al Michaels for two years on “Monday Night Football.”