America’s Radio News Network and TRN Entertainment to Field 12 Hours Per Day of Long-Form News Only Shows By May 9th
Fourth 3-Hour Daily Co-Anchored News Day Part to Air 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific),
Starting May 9th, Completing 12 Hours Per Day of Syndicated Radio News Programs Between the Two Networks
Washington D.C. – America’s Radio News Network (ARNN) has announced the launch of yet another 3-hour daily all-news programming block to its planned 15 hours per day of long-form news programming. The next launch is being accelerated, just as the last launch announcement, due to affiliate demand and current world events. ARNN's first 3-hour daily block of all news programming, broadcast Monday-Friday at noon to 3 p.m. EST, was launched January 24th and has garnered incredible response.
“We cover 10 to 12 stories with 4 to 6 audio actualities each quarter hour – the perfect PPM solution for an A.D.D. world. Stations love the long-form news product so much they are asking for more of it sooner – we are frankly stunned by the demand!” says Mark Masters, CEO of America’s Radio News Network, and its representative, Talk Radio Network Syndications, Ltd.
The second installment is scheduled to begin March 28th at 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the third installment is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST will begin May 9th. ARNN will provide 9 hours back-to-back programming from noon to 9:00 p.m. EST, of its planned 15 hours a day.
America’s Morning News (AMN), presented by The Washington Times and Talk Radio Network Entertainment, is another 3-hour long-form all news program. The highly successful AMN morning news show has over 100 markets, and 13 in the top 30, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Washington, D.C. and Seattle. For those markets where AMN is not already taken, a station could add these daily 3 hours to their line-up for a total of 12 hours a day of live all news programming. America’s Morning News airs live Monday through Friday 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. EST.
With the additional 3-hours of daily ARNN programming, stations can now broadcast 9 hours of live radio news back-to-back noon to 9 p.m. EST, and where available, America’s Morning News could be added for another 3 hours of live news for a total of 12 live hours-a-day.
“WTNT 730 AM is proud to carry America's Radio News Network Monday through Friday live from the Nation's Capital. Positive comments about the program are flooding our phone lines. Our listeners like the fast pace of the news, the number of stories covered each hour and the professional delivery of the co-anchors. America's Radio News Network is a winner!” says Bruce Houston, President, Metro Radio, Inc.
America’s Radio News Network’s live news blocks (soon to be 15 hours per day) continues to remind industry insiders that radio still has the ability to provide the most up to date breaking news coverage, as it happens, to Americans nationwide. The syndicated news shows have quickly become radio’s “go to” programs for news as it happens. The network has established a “win-win” relationship with others in the industry by providing the Network’s content and special reporting features free of charge to other news organizations providing that they credit or source the information or story to America’s Radio News Network or America’s Morning News. By networking with other news media and sources, America’s Radio News Network and America’s Morning News provide listeners the first truly objective long-form radio news only programming in the United States.
Masters continued, “With all of the life changing events in this world, the likes of which we haven't seen since WWII, our affiliates are telling us that this level of high quality non-partisan news product is a must have, especially from a "safe buy revenue perspective. We have never seen affiliate demand like this for any other program . . . Our plans to launch five 3-hour all news blocks have just gone into "warp drive!”
America’s Radio News Network, and TRN Entertainment’s America’s Morning News are exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd. Reserve your market now at or visit them online at www.AmericasRadioNewsNetwork.com where you can also listen live to the show.