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Katz in 2019
|Born||1972 (age 48–49)|
|Occupation||Radio and television talk show host, writer|
Anthony "Tony" Katz (born 1972) is a conservative American radio host, author, and political commentator. He hosts a daily radio show called Tony Katz and the Morning News on WIBC in Indianapolis. In 2018, Tony Katz began syndicating a mid-day show, Tony Katz Today, which is broadcast in cities throughout the Midwest. Before that, he was the host of The Tony Katz Show on KFTK in St. Louis.
Tony's commentary and articles have appeared on TownHall.com, ChristianPost.com and The Daily Caller. He has provided political and election coverage, and cultural insights to FOX News, MSNBC, CNN, and radio stations around the country.
Katz has appeared on FOX News Channel,CNN, MSNBC, NPR, PJTV, and KABC-TV Los Angeles.
Katz has been quoted in Time magazineand The Arizona Republic .
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