It is no doubt that former United States Marine and consumer watchdog Pete Santili has given his daily radio program a regular run for its money. He has delivered the news that the antiquated mainstream media refuses to report on - or at least they put off the story until a day or two later. His show has brought in great guests in the two year history of the program, including rocker/gun activist Ted Nugent, privacy expert/RFID whistleblower Dr. Katherine Albrecht and investigative journalists Ben Swann, Patrick Henningsen and Bruce Montalvo.
The Pete Santilli Show has stood by their slogan "telling you the truth, whether you like it or not" during the current tenure of the program and the show has received praise for his no-BS stance and his relentless attacks on the elitist two-party system in Washington, but he has also received hate mail when he gets soft toward certain political officials who make ignorant decisions.
Before 2013, TPSS has been self-syndicated. Past and present domestic affiliates include Round Rock, TX-based American Freedom Radio, Londonderry, NH-based Oracle Broadcasting Network, a handful of Internet radio stations across the country, BeforeItsNews.com, 21stCenturyWire.com and its flagship radio network, Guerilla Media Network. International listeners can tune in through Guerilla Media Network's sister website GMN.is, but listeners in northern Africa and eastern Europe can listen live via the GlobalStar Satellite Network - Hot Bird system. That's not including the availability of show archives through iTunes, the network website, social media platforms like YouTube and radio apps like Spreaker and Stitcher Smart Radio.
In December 2013, network staff members voted to launch a massive promotion campaign to bring in additional affiliates through Internet, AM/FM radio and ultimately, the goal to getting on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Interested stations can contact syndication coordinator Jake Leonard (Heartland Internet Media Networks) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 217.561.6163 during business hours (9 AM to 6 PM Mon-Thurs, 10 AM to 7 PM Fri-Sat). Pitches to other stations will begin in late December.