By Jeff Labrecque
May 24, 2012 at 05:15 PM EDT

Sean Hannity will continue to be at Fox News for the foreseeable future. The conservative firebrand signed another multi-year deal that will keep him with the cable network that’s been his home since 1996 for at least another four years. “It’s been an honor and privilege to work alongside the incredible team at FOX News, whose talent is unparalleled,” Hannity said, in a statement. “In true Roger Ailes form, he saw something in me that no one else did and afforded me the opportunity to achieve incredible success. I look forward to many more years to come.”

Hannity’s eponymous show is the second most watched show in cable news, averaging more than 2.1 million viewers each night.

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