The National Conservative Weekly
June 27, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lowman S. Henry
Human Events to Provide Weekly Report on American Radio Journal
Podcasts will be available on both Human Events and ARJ web sites
Human Events, the national conservative news weekly published by Eagle Publishing, and American Radio Journal, a weekly public affairs radio program produced by the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. have joined forces to add a new segment to American Radio Journal featuring Adam Tragone, managing editor of Human Events.
Beginning July 9th, Tragone will contribute a segment entitled Off The Cuff which will air each week on American Radio Journal. The segment will feature news from the nation's capital as well as interviews with Human Events reporters and the newsmakers they cover. "It is a great honor and privilege to be contributing our unique and insightful content to one of the nation's most influential and thought-provoking radio programs," Tragone said.
Podcasts of American Radio Journal, and each of its interview segments including Off The Cuff, will be posted at www.HumanEvents.com and Tragone's segment will be added to the podcasts available at www.AmericanRadioJournal.com.
"This arrangement provides Human Events with a national radio presence on American Radio Journal, and it gives our radio program exposure to the readers of Human Events and its associated web sites," said Lowman S. Henry, Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of American Radio Journal. "It is a win-win situation that dramatically increases the audience for both products, and will provide our listeners with valuable news and information."
American Radio Journal currently airs on 135 radio stations in 40 states across the nation. The program will continue each of its current segments including a featured interview by Lowman Henry, a "Real Story" report on congressional activity and political developments provided by Andy Roth of the Club for Growth; and insightful commentaries by Colin Hanna of Let Freedom Ring, USA; Dr. Paul Kengor from the Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College and Col. Frank Ryan, USMC (Retired) of the Lincoln Institute.
Human Events has been serving the conservative movement since 1944.Current and past edition of American Radio Journal can be heard at www.AmericanRadioJournal.com.
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