Alice Stewart To Launch Central Arkansas Radio Show

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Political strategist Alice Stewart will start a new political radio talk show beginning Monday, Feb. 25.

“The Alice Stewart Show” will be featured on newly-branded talk show radio station KHTE 96.5 The Voice, which is owned by Capital City Broadcasting. The show, which will air 6 a.m. until 8 a.m. each Monday through Friday, will focus on Arkansas and national political news of the day.

Stewart worked in communications on the presidential campaigns of Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann and Mike Huckabee and served as a surrogate for the Republican National Committee. She is national conservative strategist, appearing on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. Stewart is an Emmy-award winning journalist who worked as a news anchor/reporter in Little Rock and Savannah, Ga.  She also served as communications director for Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin.

“I’m thrilled to have an opportunity to sit down with the newsmakers and elected officials in the Natural State and talk about the issues that affect people across the state,” Stewart said. “I look forward to engaging in respectful talk with guests from all political perspectives. Together we will put a face and a voice on events making headlines.”

“We are excited to have someone with Alice’s political and broadcasting experience both here in Arkansas and on the national level to launch our efforts in Central Arkansas,” said company president Steve Renfro. “She provides the local appeal we want to kick off our nationally syndicated conservative show lineup.”

“The Alice Stewart Show” is followed by shows hosted by Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Dennis Miller, and Andy Dean.

Capital City Broadcasting recently switched KHTE from pop-music to a talk and news format. They also transformed 93.3 KKSP-FM from news talk format to all sports, Sports 93.3 The Source, which is also broadcast out of Little Rock. Their lineup includes shows hosted by former Razorback basketball player Pat Bradley, Bo Mattingly, Wess Moore, Mike Irwin, and Michael Smith.