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Phil Gingrey, a congressman who compared shows such as Limbaugh and Sean Hannity to "throwing bricks" in January 2009, gave an interview on Limbaugh's show the following day.
Limbaugh has also had author and Washington Times columnist Bill Gertz on his show to discuss Gertz's books as well as national security issues.
A toll-free telephone number is announced for incoming calls from listeners.
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.Limbaugh stated in 2009 that he avoids New York as much as possible due to that state's high taxes and that he, at the time, spent an average of 15 days in the state, usually to keep updated with his staff and as a backup in the event of a hurricane (in the latter case, he was seeking an alternative location).Despite Limbaugh's physical location in Florida, WABC introduced Limbaugh with Johnny Donovan's announcement: "Broadcasting from high atop the WABC broadcast center, overlooking Madison Square Garden in midtown Manhattan, this is New York City‘s most listened to talk radio host: Rush Limbaugh." Limbaugh announced he would officially sever his ties with WABC at the end of 2013.An edited instrumental version of The Pretenders' “My City Was Gone” has been Limbaugh's theme song since the start of his show.Briefly in 1999, Limbaugh stopped playing the song after a "cease and desist" order was issued by EMI. A limited, and decreasing, number of stations (such as WHO in Des Moines) air it on tape delay.