Julie Hartman is a broadcast host for the Salem Media Group. Raised in Los Angeles, she attended the Marlborough School where she set the school swimming records for the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events and won the Yale Book Award, a prize presented to the “outstanding member” of the class in terms of “effort, character, leadership, and academic achievement.” She graduated cum laude from Harvard University where she won the History Department’s William S. Ferguson Prize for her essay on Patrice Lumumba’s assassination.
Who is Julie Hartman?
In July of 2020, she discovered Dennis Prager’s work and emailed him to thank him for his influence on her thinking. He then invited her as a guest on his radio show. The following summer, Julie appeared as a weekly on-air contributor to his nationally syndicated radio program. At the age of 21, Julie guest-hosted three-hour broadcasts for both The Dennis Prager Show and The Mike Gallagher Show, becoming the youngest person to solo substitute host a national program.
Julie now has a YouTube live show with Dennis — Dennis and Julie — which airs at 4pm EST every Monday. Tuesday through Friday at 4pm EST, Julie hosts a YouTube live show of her own, Timeless with Julie Hartman — where she discusses modern day events suffused with the perspective of history. Julie also serves as a regular substitute guest host for Salem’s nationally syndicated radio programs.