America’s Leading Military & Veterans News/Talk Show…For Everyone!
On air 7+ years, and nationally syndicated since June 2012, Frontlines of Freedom is heard on 75 stations and growing fast!
“Denny Gillem is the real deal – a straight shooter & a real warrior.As a radio host, he’s smart, informative & engaging.”
– Phil Tower
Program Director, WOOD-AM/FM, Grand Rapids
Frontlines of Freedom is appointment radio for your weekends! While most P1s love military related stuff, Frontlines draws a wide cross-section of listeners, most who never served and want to learn more about the greatest military in the history of the world and what is being done for our veterans. For the veterans in your audience, Frontlines gives them the opportunity to connect with an important part of their past. Hosted & produced by military veterans and news/talk radio producers, with A-list newsmakers, Frontlines covers a wide cross-section of national security & veteran issues, and puts real voices to those who wear the uniform to defend our freedoms.
AMVETS, one of the nation’s leading veteran service organizations, is a proud partner of Frontlines of Freedom. AMVETS actively promotes (ie. advertises) to their members to listen to Frontlines on their local radio station. Are your weekend shows actively driving new listeners to your station? Frontlines of Freedom is attracting listeners and new local revenue to our current affiliates, and would like to do the same for you.
Show your station’s year-round support for our brave military men and women, by adding Frontlines of Freedom to your weekly lineup.
If you would like to air this show on your station contact:
“It’s a privilege to present Frontlines of Freedom to our audience…So many of our listeners have a connection to the Armed Forces and it’s an honor to offer them such a respected resource in Colonel Gillem.”
– Jason Antebi
Program Director, KTTH, Seattle
About Lt. Col. Denny Gillem, US Army (Retired)
After graduating from West Point, Colonel Gillem served 22 years in the Army, first as an Airborne Ranger with two combat tours, for which he was awarded two purple hearts and seven awards for Valor for his heroism. Colonel Gillem also served as a Mideast War Planner while serving at US Readiness Command, the predecessor unit to U.S. Special Operations Command, at MacDill AFB.