Since his release from prison, former lobbyist Jack Abramoff has become something of a fixture on the cable news circuit -- and now, he's got his own radio show.
Abramoff, who served more than three years in a federal prison following a corruption conviction, began hosting "The Jack Abramoff Show" in June, in which he "offers his advice on a wide range of topics, from ending political corruption to reinventing the system," according to a release from Premiere Networks, which is producing the show.
Premiere Networks is part of Clear Channel Media, and in their announcement Wednesday, said the show is currently airing on XM Satellite radio, on Sundays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Producers say the show offers the “perspective of a Washington insider and crusader for political reform," according to the statement.
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