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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Lance Roberts Radio Show Moves to Mornings on AM 700-KSEV

Long-time afternoon drive-time talk staple, Lance Roberts, will be moving his Radio show into the 6a-9a Morning Drive slot beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2016 on The Voice of Texas, AM-700/KSEV. The conservative talk host has been dishing out financial wisdom and economic observations on the station since 2008 and has been a Houston talk radio fixture since 2000.

“This is a move we’ve looked forward to making for quite some time,” said Roberts. “We’re excited about being able to inform and entertain our friends on the way to work, after following them home at night all these years,” he said.

Roberts boasts 30-years’ experience in the financial world, including private and investment banking, investment management, and private and venture capital projects. He serves as Chief Portfolio Strategist and Investment Manager for Clarity Financial, LLC. Roberts is a sought-after financial commentator for CNBC, CNN and FOX Business News, as well as a frequent guest locally on FOX-26 News in Houston. He is often cited by The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Reuters, and The Washington Post.

“Lance has always been a performer for the station, and his listeners’ loyalty is unparalleled,” said Station General Manager Bonny English. “We’re thrilled to have Lance in the morning, and are looking forward to capitalizing on the additional flexibility his show brings to the station,” she said.

The Lance Roberts Show is now streamed live from, and podcasts are distributed via and Stitcher

(This post was taken from a release sent to me by the Lance Roberts Radio Show)


  1. Lance is network quality on a local station. Houston is fortunate to have him. We used to watch his regular segments on Fox 26's Wake Up Money. We hope that he includes some of the other Wake Up Money regulars (Richard Rosso, Charlotte Stallings, Bob Martin, Chris Schilling, Ed Gardner and Christina Lesher) on his new morning radio show.

  2. I dont know whats nastier, his rhetoric,or his mouth noises as he speaks..


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