The show will air on many of the Salem owned NewsTalk stations around the country and will be available to other markets.
"We couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Salem, which is a leader in conservative multi-media," said Deace. "It's the perfect fit for our message, which unashamedly proclaims the pillars of American exceptionalism -- faith, family, and freedom. We are finally getting our shot at the 'big leagues' and look forward to reaching a new and bigger audience."
Steve rocketed to fame in Des Moines as the afternoon drive host on the top station in town, WHO. After four years there he left in early 2011 to begin a nationally syndicated radio show. Soon that show will be syndicated by the Salem Radio Network, in a partnership with CRTV and Conservative Review.com.
"I have been following Steve's radio career for several years now and felt he would be the perfect addition to the Salem line up at 9pm ET, following Hugh Hewitt," said Salem Radio Network Senior VP Phil Boyce. "I can't think of a better time to do this, just as we are one year away from one of the biggest political elections in our country's history, and Steve is all over this."