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A toll-free telephone number is announced for incoming calls from listeners.
However, Limbaugh generally takes far fewer calls per show than most other national talk radio programs.
The show has never been carried on any satellite radio service, and is one of the few nationally syndicated talk radio programs not to be featured on satellite radio.
Limbaugh attributes this decision to a desire to maximize value for his terrestrial radio affiliates. Charlton Heston called in to the show in 1995 to read from Michael Crichton's book Jurassic Park. The first time was during the 2000 presidential campaign.
In the early years of the program, it normally originated from the studios of WABC in New York City (the program's original flagship station), which as of 2013 still served as the home to some of the program's staff and broadcast facilities.
As of late 2013, his show is now heard in the New York market on i Heart Media's (parent of Premiere Networks) WOR-AM.
On February 27, 2004, actor Jim Caviezel called in to the program to discuss The Passion of the Christ, in which Caviezel played the role of Jesus Christ.
Republican vice presidential nominee Governor Sarah Palin (R–AK) also called into a show before a rally in October 2008 to discuss the election and the economic distortion and impact of Senator Obama's tax policy; Palin returned to the show in November 2009 to discuss her book Going Rogue: An American Life.
The Rush Limbaugh Show is a conservative American talk radio show hosted by Rush Limbaugh on Premiere Networks.
Limbaugh also hosts his own online Internet streaming audio and video broadcast, through Streamlink.
This broadcast is restricted to members of Limbaugh's “Rush 24/7” service, but can also be heard on some stations' streaming audio feeds.
Premiere Networks, a division of i Heart Media, the largest U. radio station owner, owns distribution rights to the program.
The program is not heard on any stations in Canada, although stations along the northern border of the United States give the show coverage in much of southern Canada.