Sean Hannity's Fox News program Hannity will add conservative talk show radio host Mark Levin to its regular line-up of guest commentators.
During his Tuesday evening radio show, Levin made the announcement that he will make regular appearances as a guest on Hannity in 2013. IMDb reports that starting in the near future, Levin will begin appearing on Hannity "once or twice a month" which he admitted it "surprising" since he normally does not make appearances on national television.
"I'm not into TV that much," Levin admitted during the announcement.
"No, I'm not on the Fox staff, paid guest, any of that stuff" he added. "Just to spread the word. Plus Hannity finally has beaten me down and I've agreed," Levin admitted.
Levin is the fourth-most listened-to radio host in America, but as he noted, he rarely makes cable news appearances. On the rare occasion that he does, he seems to prefer appearing on the Fox News cable channel, having contributed to Neil Cavuto and Megyn Kelly guest panels, most recently declaring that Obama's executive orders on gun control are "fascistic" and that the president is an "imperial president" who uses "tyranny" in place of substantive policies.
Levin is also an author, having written several conservative books. His most recent, Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America, explores ""the psychology, motivations, and history of the utopian movement, its architects, and its modern day disciples – and how the individual and American society are being devoured by it."
Here's an audio clip of Mark Levin saying he'll soon be making regular appearances on Hannity, via Mediaite: