Meet the America's Radio News Network Co-Anchors
Ernie Brown is a true veteran broadcaster with over 32 years experience in radio with many major markets in the U.S. Including: Seattle, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Cleveland, and Las Vegas. Before joining ARNN, Brown was most recently in Dallas, TX as host of The Dallas Morning Show on CBS News Radio, KRLD, Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX.
He started news talk programming on a statewide nightly news radio show. He continued in the news format hosting both morning and afternoon news radio programs on KOMO, Seattle.
John McCaslin, ARNN’s Executive Vice President, News and Programming, says, "Ernie Brown and I began our broadcast careers just about the same time, although to his credit he's sat behind more microphones in more major markets than the majority of broadcasters on-air today. Ernie's wealth of experience is evident in each of his daily ARNN broadcasts. Cite virtually any topic, and Ernie can – and will – expand like nobody else."
Lori Lundin - Prior to joining ARNN Lundin was anchoring mornings nationally on Fox News Radio for over four years. Prior to that, she was an award-winning reporter on Heritage News Talk 1530, KFBK, Sacramento, CA. Lundin received the Northern California, Radio and Television News Directors Association, award for her breaking news coverage while reporting for the station.
Lundin is known for her authoritative delivery covering the expanse of international, political and social issues of the day along with her writing abilities and creative use of sound. Lundin has traveled extensively through Central and South America along with South East Asia and brings with her knowledge learned during her travels around the world.
John McCaslin, ARNN’s Executive Vice President, News and Programming, says, “I first heard ARNN’s new co-anchor, Lori Lundin when she was anchoring top-of-the-hour and breaking news stories on Fox News Radio. ARNN is extremely fortunate to have somebody of her caliber join the team – a news anchor who possesses a rare, unwavering reputation for accurate, complete, and unbiased reporting. Lori Lundin is the exception, not the norm, for members of the Washington Press Corps.”
Rachel Sutherland got her start in radio nearly 20 years ago, and has worked in Washington, DC most of that time. Sutherland has had stints at the Voice of America and ABC News Radio, and spent a decade working as a reporter and anchor at Metro Networks in Washington, where she also served as News Director. She also spent two years in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, co-hosting a morning news program on WRNN-FM. She is a graduate of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
Mark Masters, CEO of ARNN, says, “We welcome Rachel into our exclusive news organization, her background and demeanor are a perfect match for our non-partisan long-form news programming.” 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!”