July 5, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- "The Right Frequency" a history of conservative talk radio will be published August 3.. It traces the origin of talk radio from the days of Walter Winchell then follows the conservative trend directed by Bob Grant to the lofty days of Rush Limbaugh. Replete with radio host interviews, author Fed Lucas, a White House Correspondent for CRSNews.com demonstrates a skill at capturing the personas of the hosts and provides numerous details broadening the insight given to the reader in "The Right Frequency."
Praise for "The Right Frequency," came immediately from those with advance review copies. Mark Lavin, best selling author and nationally syndicated host was first to comment, "Anyone who loves talk radio will love this book." Bob Grant, a founding father of talk radio added "Fred Lucas gets it right in his wonderful new book," and Dick Morris, Fox News Contributor and best selling author quickly added his thoughts on what The Right Frequency accomplishes " Talk radio destroyed the liberal media monopoly and gave the conservatives a voice. But precisely because it brought the giants low, the publishing industry has ignored its history. Fred Lucas now fills that void."
Syndicated talk radio host Mike Gallagher has now made his voice heard and projects a lofty resting place for the Lucas book. "The Right Frequency" is an insightful, thorough, exciting chronicle of the talk radio story," he said. "This is destined to be a classic as it perfectly captures the nature of talk radio in a way no book I've ever read ever has."
":The Right Frequency" 9781933909172 will be in bookstores nationally on August 3. It will be available in hardcover, soft cover and electronically and will be published by History Publishing Company, Palisades, NY. Review copies available to accredited members of the media.