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Chris Salcedo, Co-Anchoring America’s Radio News Network’s Live Noon - 3 p.m. EST Weekday News Block

ARNN now providing three, 3-hour news blocks – 9 hours back to back radio news – combined with TRN-E's America's Morning News – to make a total of 12 hours of all-news coverage available to stations nationwide.

Washington D.C. – America’s Radio News Network (ARNN) announces that Chris Salcedo is co-anchor on ARNN’s Noon – 3 p.m. EST, long-form news block, airing Monday through Friday. ARNN delivers non-partisan, fast paced, co-anchored, live news coverage from Noon to 9 p.m. EST. Monday thru Friday, providing 9 hours of back-to-back radio news programming to affiliates nationwide.

 ARNN’s new co-anchor, Chris Salcedo got his news experience on TV, taking a job as a TV news anchor with CBS 11, in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, the 5th largest TV market in the nation. Salcedo still continued contributing content and analysis to radio stations locally on CBS News Radio KRLD and Cumulus Owned, KLIF Talk Radio, and also provided content and analysis on several nationally syndicated news and talk radio programs.

Salcedo’s first experience in radio was on various music stations where he worked to earn his way through college at San Diego State University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree. He then moved into news reporting and traffic and then eventually started his career in television on XETV, San Diego, Fox 6 where he stayed for over seven years. Salcedo is an active supporter of several non-profit causes including: Autism Speaks, United Cerebral Palsy and The Salvation Army.

John McCaslin, ARNN’s Executive Vice President, News and Programming, says, “Chris Salcedo was the first co-anchor hired at ARNN – and for good reason. He's the consummate professional in every aspect of news broadcasting with an impressive career anchoring news on both television and on the radio. In only a few short months,Salcedo's impact is already being felt here in the nation's capital. ARNN's listeners love him. His news anchoring experience on both radio and TV along with his radio broadcasting experience makes Salcedo our 'first pick' to co-anchor news on-air during ARNN's Noon – 3 p.m. EST news block.

Mark Masters, CEO of ARNN, and its representative, Talk Radio Network Syndications Ltd. says, “Salcedo was our #1 pick to co-anchor ARNN's Noon- 3 p.m. EST news block on our new all-news syndicated radio network because he has many years of experience anchoring the news on both radio and on TV and has worked in radio broadcasting, in some capacity, for most of his life.” Masters continues by saying, “Stations tell us they love the long-form all-news program so much they are even asking for more of it to be offered – and sooner rather than later. We have been stunned by the high demand!”

America's Morning News(AMN), airing from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. EST Monday through Friday is another 3-hour long-form all-news program option, presented by The Washington Times and Talk Radio Network Entertainment. ARNN’s programming blocks combined with AMN makes a full 12 hours of back to back, weekday long form all-news programming available to affiliates across the nation. AMNnow airs on over 120 affiliates, with 15 of those in the top 30 markets, including: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C. and Seattle.

ARNN is planning to launch a 4th 3-hour news block before year’s end. That news block combined with ARNN’s other news blocks, and Talk Radio Network Entertainment’s and TWT’s America's Morning News, will then provide 15 hours of back to back syndicated long-form co-anchored news programming to affiliates who may be considering a turnkey all-news syndicated solution.

America’s Radio News Network and TRN Entertainment’s, The Washington Times’ America's Morning News are exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd. Reserve your market now at or visit ARNN online and listen to the all-news programming here

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