America’s Morning News Breaks 100 Station Mark
Now in over 30 of the Top 100 Metro Markets. Including: KFWB, Los Angeles; KSFO, San Francisco; KKGM, Dallas; WNSH, Boston; WTNT, Washington, D.C. and KTTH, Seattle
Washington, D.C. – Talk Radio Network Entertainment and The Washington Times announce that America’s Morning News (AMN) has accomplished another milestone in growth, by securing over 100 affiliates since the news program first launched. America’s Morning News, the nationally syndicated morning-drive radio show collaboration between Talk Radio Network Entertainment and The Washington Times, affiliates are in place on approximately 34 stations of the top 100 metro markets, with over 100 affiliated stations in total. America’s Morning News is the leading source for breaking news coverage on radio featuring an innovative new long form format aimed at showcasing investigative reporting, accountability journalism and live reporting directly from the nation’s capital.
New affiliates recently added include: KKGM, Dallas, TX; KBSZ, Phoenix, AZ; KXFD, Portland, OR; WNRI, Providence, RI; WWPR, Sarasota-Bradenton, FL; WNBU and WTIB, New Bern-Greenville, NC and WZRX, Jackson, MS. Additional new affiliates will be announced in the near future as contracts permit.
AMN, co-anchored by John McCaslin and Amy Holmes, has quickly become a source for major breaking news and interviews. Big name guests from around the country are often featured on the show, as well as interviews with the news-breakers themselves.
Tom McDevitt, President of The Washington Times says, “Informed citizens move America. And it’s reliable talk radio that moves and engages those citizens with insight and passion. That’s the urgent mission of America’s Morning News, a compelling mix of insider politics and heartland spirit, broadcast live from Washington. Anchors John McCaslin and Amy Holmes offer a vibrant forum for newsmakers — bolstered by Washington Times journalists, the reach and prowess of both Talk Radio Network and our local stations. The time and the mix is right for America’s Morning News, and we take that responsibility very, very seriously at The Times.”
Mark Masters, CEO of Talk Radio Network Entertainment says, “America’s Morning News is the direct result of a close relationship with Talk Radio Network Entertainment, The Washington Times and all of our valued syndication partners. He continues by saying, “Working together, we’ve developed the next generation talk radio program that is rapidly gaining national audience share with over 100 affiliates secured to date. Our collaboration with The Washington Times has positioned America’s Morning News for an audience hungry for this unique and innovative blend of content.” Phil Boyce, President of Programming for Talk Radio Network Entertainment says, “America’s Morning News is now the fastest growing syndicated long form news radio program in the U.S. It has revolutionized how stations can program a syndicated show in morning drive, with fast paced information delivered by two compelling anchors.” He continues by saying, “This ground-breaking show is one of the most exciting projects I have ever worked on. TRN Entertainment and The Washington Times have established a new kind of morning radio show, where breaking news and investigative journalism is the star.”
“America’s Morning News is a great example of a leading news organization joining forces with a leading broadcast organization to provide radio listeners with the best combination of content and delivery,” says Michael Harrison, Publisher of Talker’s Magazine, the leading talk radio industry publication.
New affiliates are already talking about AMN and the show’s ability to break stories as they happen on a near-daily basis. Here is what they are saying. Metro Radio is proud to have a new voice in the Nation’s Capital. The conservative news/talk format with ‘The Truth’ tells it like it is! WTNT 730 AM will strive to bring the best possible programming to the Nation’s Capital,” says, Bruce Houston, President, Metro Radio, Inc.
Brian Jennings, VP of Programming for Alpha Broadcasting, KXFD, Portland, OR says, “Americas Morning News is rock solid and fills the need for a hard-hitting, national, morning news show. We are pleased to be an affiliate at Freedom 970 KXFD in Portland.”
Affiliates in Top Metro Markets all across the U.S. are responding to AMN’s success as a syndicated morning news program.
“KFWB is delighted to add America’s Morning News to our new talk lineup. America’s Morning News is a fast paced and aggressive look at each day’s news . . . . It’s a perfect complement to the KFWB local news team,” says Ed Krampf, Former Market Manager, CBS Radio, Los Angeles.
Jack Swanson, Operations Manager at KSFO-AM, San Francisco, says, “Radio’s easy when you listen. We listened to our advertisers who wanted to sponsor more news programming. We listened to the KSFO audience who wanted news that wasn’t more of the mainstream media and came from a source they could trust. America’s Morning News is a winning combination that is going to be a monster hit across the nation!”
In San Diego, CA on KFMB, Dave Sniff, Program Director says, “America Morning News is fast paced news and information with opinion! Just what my listeners want!”
DJ Stout, Program Director, WBCN, Charlotte, NC, says, “America’s Morning News has been a huge hit in Charlotte. The feedback has been great. With it being a fairly new show, it didn’t have the name recognition of some of our other shows but has quickly become a huge part of our lineup.”
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