Premium Podcast Information

It’s been just over a week since The John Gibson Show debuted on GCN, and the feedback and support from listeners has been incredible. There has been more activity in the chat room than ever before and we’ve received thousands of emails and comments on the web site and social media.

One recurring theme that comes up often in the feedback from premium members is that they really, really miss the ad-free podcast that they used to get when Fox News Talk hosted the show. Well today we are pleased to announce that Gibson Radio premium members have access to a new podcast feed that provides the entire show, in one continuous episode, without commercial interruption.

Because this new podcast feed is exclusively for premium members, you won’t find the ad-free version by searching iTunes or TuneIn. To access the feed, you’ll need to be logged into your account at

Once you’re logged in, click Podcast in the navigation menu and you’ll see the link to the Premium podcast, which you can copy into your favorite podcast application such as Apple’s Podcasts app on iPhone, or Podcast Addict on Android.

We’re always working on ways to make it easier to listen to the show wherever or whenever. All listeners can now find The John Gibson Show on TuneIn, both live and previous episodes, whether you have a membership or not. But the premium ad-free podcast can only be found here on

Thanks for listening!

37 Replies to “Premium Podcast Information

  1. Thank you very much, John! I always enjoyed your show and I look forward to it each day even more since you’ve gone solo. The new guy on Fox is trying hard, but he’s not you! Keep up the good work!

  2. I got my refund from Fox for the balance left when I quit your podcast there. I purchased your new subscription. I hope you get 10,000 to start with.

    I rearranged my personal schedule around a few talk radio shows a few years back. Yours was #1 in line. I now no longer listen to anyone on Fox. I have rearranged the line up again.

    I tried the two new guys that took yours & Sullivan’s places. OK, but not chateaubriand. I can eat hamburger anywhere. I’m 76 now & hope to live another twenty years listening to you.

    Good luck & regards,

    Culver, In

  3. I’m an old man (like Uncle Leo from Seinfeld). I’m frightened by your interwebs and DOS prompts. Can I get the ad-free podcasts from the provided links for hour 1, 2, or 3 … or is that only for I-phones, Androids, and other such twitter machines? I listen on my laptop; my cell phone is a flip phone …. Jerry! Hello!

  4. Wonderful news! Signed up for the annual premium membership, but cancelled when I found out the commercial free podcasts were history and the outlook was dim on them coming back. Not sure where I stand at the moment but assume if my cancellation doesn’t kick in until next July, I can handle it then. Meanwhile I have some long, International flights coming up and I can never sleep on planes so I need to stock up on podcasts. Much better than any aircraft entertainment. Thanks, John

  5. Awesome!! Been a loyal premium podcast listener since 2008. I must say it’s the best entertainment for the price to be found.

    Keep up the good work John & crew.

  6. Great! I had subscribed but could only get the commercial version. Followed the instructions above and am now happy with the no commercial version! Also, Fox pro-rated my John Gibson when I cancelled as I did not want their other podcasts. Keep up the great work John and crew.

    1. There are links to podcast apps for iPhone and Android in the post. It is highly recommended that you add the link to a podcast app. Listening on the web, as you noted, is not convenient.

      1. It won’t work for me. I thought it was because I had the individual one hour with commercials podcast so I deleted that from my Apple Podcast App. I must be copying the wrong link because it says “Podcast not found.”

        1. If you send a message through the Contact page, I’ll reply to you there with the premium URL to make sure you’re adding the right one. I can’t post it here for obvious reasons.

  7. Is there anyway to get my XP with Chrome machine to log on to your website?

    It says: This site can’t provide a secure connection uses an unsupported protocol

    The client and server don’t support a common SSL protocol version or cipher suite.
    This is likely to be caused when the server needs RC4, which is no longer considered secure.

    Thanks for any help,

    A J (premium member from when Angry Rich, Bob, and Cristine were part of the show)

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