Aaron’s Bio

Aaron was graduated from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs with his A.B. concentration in Economics, and received his graduate degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government with his Masters degree in Public Administration focused on (1) Ethics in Government, Politics, and Business, and (2) Campaign Finance Regulation in all 50 states.
Aaron has broadcast from the White House and from both Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Aaron gained national acclaim when he was sued frivolously for $20 million by Rush Limbaugh for using the word “Rush” in the title of his national radio program (“After the Rush”). With support from both sides of the aisle, Aaron won the federal case and teased Limbaugh by renaming the show “Against The Rush.” Thanks to the publicity from Limbaugh, Aaron moved in 1998 from the Talk America Radio Network (where he was heard on 51 radio stations across the nation) solely into television.
“The Aaron Harber Show” debuted statewide in 2002. Aaron served from 2004 to 2008 as a host of the KBDI-TV Channel 12 and CBS4 (KCNC Channel 4)“Colorado Decides” series. View the “The Aaron Harber Show” 27- second Open to see some of Aaron’s guests.
The talk industry’s leading publication — “TALKERS MAGAZINE” — selected Aaron out of more than 5,000 hosts as one of America’s “100 Most Important Talk Show Hosts” in 1997 (with others such as Don Imus, G. Gordon Liddy, Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Laura Schlesinger, Howard Stern, and Bruce Williams).

To read Aaron’s full biographical narrative, click here.
Please visit www.HarberTV.com or e-mail Info@HarberTV.com for more information. Thank you.

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