Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said he has agreed to end his nationally syndicated radio show.
The former (and maybe future) Republican presidential candidate said in a Facebook post Wednesday that he and Cumulus Media mutually agreed to conclude the show Dec. 12.
"I have loved doing the Mike Huckabee Show, and its success of going from launch to over 200 stations in less than 2 years is significant," Huckabee wrote. "I have opportunities in some other areas that cannot be accomplished given the 8-9 hours a day I was devoting to the daily long-form show."
Huckabee told Christian Broadcasting Network in mid-October that he is thinking about another White House bid. In 2008, he was the surprise winner of the Iowa caucuses but lost the GOP nomination to John McCain.
Huckabee said his commentary spots, which are heard three times a day, will continue on 500 radio stations. The end of his radio show does not affect the program he hosts on Fox News.
"As for the new endeavors, at this time, it would best for me to say: Stay tuned!" Huckabee said.
News of Huckabee ending his radio program was first reported by Politico.