Category: Broadcast News

Famed Robert Davi to Replace Jerry Doyle, Nationwide

Not since Orson Wells or Frank Sinatra has there been a talent so unique, that he brings together theatrics, culture, politics and music into a nexus of sheer on-air brilliance. Unique, unpredictable and powerful; this is Robert Davi, a man born for radio, with a deep faith and love for America.

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Statement on Jerry Doyle’s Death

Talk Radio Network Enterprises (“TRNE”) and America’s Talk Network (“ATN”) regret to announce that our friend and colleague, Jerry Doyle, the host of The Jerry Doyle Show, produced by ATN and distributed by TRNE, passed away unexpectedly during the night of July 27th-28th, at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada. We do not have further details at this time.

Mark Masters, CEO of TRNE, released the following statement:

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Antitrust Action Filed Against Cumulus, Westwood One and Others

Cumulus Media and Westwood One are among the defendants named in a complaint filed in the United States District Court for Oregon, brought by four companies engaged in the production and national syndication of news and talk radio programming. The suit claims violations of the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts, and multiple state law violations, and seeks divestment of assets, treble damages and other remedies.

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TRNE’s America’s Morning News Adds Extra Hour and New Markets for 2015

CEO Mark Masters says he warmly welcomes these great affiliates who will help bring in the new year, “America’s Morning News continues to deliver a great product every morning to over 160 markets across the U.S., including markets like San Francisco (Cumulus Media’s KSFO AM 560), Seattle (Bonnevilles’ KTTH AM 770) and San Diego (KFMB AM 760). We are very proud of our morning news offering, and its growth is a testament to its quality.”

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Academy Award Winner Ben Kingsley Appears First On America’s Morning News

Sir Ben Kingsley, an Academy Award Winner and two-time Golden Globe winning actor appeared first on-air with America’s Morning News (AMN) promoting “The Power of Film and the Holocaust,” an evening event at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. where he discussed the challenge of roles he’s played that dealt with the holocaust. America’s Morning News, the nationally syndicated morning-drive radio show collaboration between Talk Radio Network Entertainment and The Washington Times, is the leading source for breaking news coverage on the radio, now airing on over 105 affiliates nationwide 13 of which are in the top 30 metro markets.

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