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Sean Hannity
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Hannity grew up in Franklin Square, New York. He is son of Hugh Hannity and a grandson of Irish immigrants to the United States with his paternal grandparents emigrating from and his mother's parents coming from . Hannity was educated in Catholic schools on. He worked in construction during the late 1980s in the Santa Barbara California area.

Hannity's ABC Radio program began national syndication September 10, 2001. The show is aired from WABC in and is now heard on well over 500 stations nationwide. His program now boasts the second-largest radio audience in the country, heard by over 13 million listeners a week. In 2004, Hannity signed a $25 million 5-year contract extension with ABC Radio to continue the show through 2009. In addition to numerous news making guests, Hannity also does many irreverent segments with his former call screener and Associate Producer, Jill Vitale, better known as Flirty Flipper (named so for her infamous tattoo of a dolphin; she has her own website which can be reached via link from Hannity's). The most famous of these segments is her notorious "Man on The Street" segments, a routine originally developed by (but seldom credited to) Alan Colmes, where she corners everyday New Yorkers and tests their knowledge of everyday current events.

Hannity is also famous for inviting guests who hold opposing views onto his show for "shoot outs" on a frequent basis. Some such guests have been Arianna Huffington, Jesse Jackson, Senator Ted Kennedy, Rosie O'Donnell, Mike Farrell, and Howard Dean. Regular guests have included Oliver North, Mark Levin, Dick Morris, George Will, G. Gordon Liddy, and Ted Nugent.

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