Rachel Crowson joins America's Radio News Network


America’s Radio News Network announced the addition of Rachel Crowson as a fellow news co-anchor. Crowson 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. 

Said Mark Masters, ARNN CEO: “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!”

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 Morning News, 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 275 affiliates, carrying one or more of the five, three-hour news programs, exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd.