Greg Kelly joining 77 WABC radio as a daytime host

Greg Kelly joining 77 WABC radio as a daytime host

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Newsmax TV host Greg Kelly has landed a daytime radio show at John Catsimatidis’  77 WABC, Page Six has exclusively learned.

Kelly’s show will debut March 9 at 1 p.m. and feature “the latest breaking news and opinion, and expert perspective on current events,” the station said in a statement.

Kelly joins the lineup after 77 WABC Radio recently added such political voices as former National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow and former GOP Rep. Peter King, Page Six previously reported.

We also reported this week that Catsimatidis — who also hosts a show on the station he owns through Red Apple Media — is now considering a run for New York governor. He’d already been gearing up for a mayoral run in the Big Apple, but the billionaire businessman told us: “I haven’t ruled anything out yet.”

Catsimatidis added of Kelly in a statement: “He is dynamic on-the-air, entertaining, and will bring listeners what they want to hear in a style that is uniquely his own. Greg is a terrific addition to our daytime radio programming, and will bring along with him a loyal audience who appreciates his perspective on the political current events. We are happy to have him aboard.”

The station’s Curtis Sliwa is also running for mayor. Outside the political sphere, hosts at 77 WABC also include former “SNL” star Joe Piscopo, ’70s pop star Tony Orlando, fashion designer Joseph Abboud.

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