Trivia First got interested in radio when he became a frequent caller to several local New York City talk shows during the 1980's. At the time, Hannity was working as a contractor.
Hannity's first full-time radio talk show hosting gig was at a station in Huntsville, AL. He moved from there to station WGST in Atlanta and then on to WABC in New York City.
Used to frequently guest host Rush Limbaugh's radio show but had to leave this gig when his own radio program got syndicated nationally.
Hannity's radio show is introduced by Martina McBride's song "Independence Day."
Hannity's flagship radio station is WABC-AM 77 in New York City.
Hosts a weekend show on Fox News Channel entitled Hannity's America.
Referred to as "Pawn Vanity" by rival right wing radio host Michael Savage.
Received an honorary bachelor's degree from Liberty University in 2005.
Attended New York University for a year and a half but dropped out for financial reasons.
Hannity has two sisters named Joanne and Therese.
Sean Hannity Quotes
Hannity: I've never seen any medium get more attention than liberal talk radio with absolutely no benefit.
Hannity: It doesn't say anywhere in the Constitution this idea of the separation of church and state.
Hannity: (about his radio show) Three hours a day. That's all we ask.
Hannity: (about the 2004 election) Can we pray for the re-election of George W. Bush?