America’s Radio News Network Provides 2012 Election Coverage with Daily News Brief
ARNN’s Programs Combined with America’s
Morning News is Now on Over 250 Stations*
Washington D.C. – America’s Radio News Network (ARNN) announces a new daily network news brief the “Trek to 2012: The Presidential Agenda” which provides listeners with all the latest on the 2012 presidential campaign schedules, media events, policy issues, latest polling numbers and debate coverage along with other election details and information. ARNN’s new 90-second news brief airs on all four of ARNN’s news-only programs.
“We trust that the ‘Trek to 2012: The Presidential Agenda' will keep ARNN’s listeners well-informed on the latest news and the whereabouts of their favorite 2012 Presidential Candidates, whether it is President Obama or one in the large field of GOP White House hopefuls,” says John McCaslin, ARNN’s Executive Vice President.. “Given the dismal U.S. economy and continuing recession, plus other hot-button issues such as national security, we are already experiencing unprecedented interest in the upcoming 2012 Presidential Campaign.”
* ARNN’s expanding affiliate roster shows unprecedented growth, recently adding many new affiliates in the major metro markets. America’s Morning News (AMN),another 3-hour news program, offered by Talk Radio Network Entertainment in conjunction with The Washington Times, makes 15 hours of syndicated long-form news programming available to affiliates each day and is now on over 250 stations, carrying one or more of the five, three-hour news programs, exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd.
Mark Masters, CEO of ARNN, and its exclusive representative, Talk Radio Network Syndications Ltd. says, “We strongly encourage ARNN’s affiliates to provide local news content - that complements ARNN’s national and world news coverage.” Masters adds, “Stations continue to tell us they love the long-form news blocks so much they want more. We have been stunned by the high demand!”
ARNN’s four news programs deliver non-partisan, fast paced, radio news reporting, during each of the four syndicated long form news-only blocks of programming, along with featuring built-in time within each one of the 3-hours news blocks for affiliates to provide their own local news coverage.
America’s Radio News Network and TRN Entertainment’s America’s Morning News are exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd. Reserve your market now by calling
888-383-3733 or visit ARNN online at www.AmericasRadioNewsNetwork.com where you can also listen live to each of the four news blocks.
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