Current Issue:

Current Issue

On The Cover:
Cumulus Chairman Jeff Marcus

Click here to subscribe to Radio Ink.

Radio Ink Writers

ARNN Adds Armed Forces Radio


America’s Radio News Network has been selected as the source of top-of-the-hour news for the Armed Forces Radio Network. The hourly newscasts, delivered by America's News Network, replace CNN on Armed Forces Radio. American Forces Radio Network Worldwide Director Jef Reilly said, “The troops want news, not agendas, and I think you’re delivering that.” Combined with America’s Morning News and America's News Network (ANN), ARN now has over 375 affiliations nationwide.

Since 1942, the mission of American Forces Network, brand name for the United States Armed Forces American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFTRS), is to provide apolitical broadcast-quality radio and television services and expanded internal information products to all DoD members and their families stationed overseas, on contingency operations, and on board Navy ships around the world.

Today, AFTRS utilizes seven satellites along with digital compression technology to provide multiple television and stereo audio channels to more than 1,000 outlets in 178 countries and U.S. territories, and on board 150 U.S. Navy ships.

America’s Radio News Network, America’s Morning News, and America's News Network are exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd. Reserve your market now by calling 888-383-3733 or visit ARN online at where you can also listen live.