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Radio And TV Personality Jerry Doyle Lanches Solution-Based News Website, EpicTimes.com
Doyle, a former actor, voiceover artist, Wall Street trader and pilot, credits his varied background with instilling in him the obvious and growing need for a solution-based news community. According to Doyle, EpicTimes.com is the answer to many of the concerns that his diverse audience is calling out for. People want real, sustainable solutions, not spin; real answers to real problems, not rhetoric. EpicTimes.com focuses on the most relevant issues facing people today and addresses a host of topics including the economy, politics, health, technology, small business, accountability and numerous other impactful areas.
Doyle has geared EpicTimes.com to offer content that is politically non-partisan, appealing to those who tend to be Independent, fiscally conservative, socially moderate, strong supporters of liberty and personal responsibility, hungry for truth and who support a smaller, more accountable Federal government.
To serve the knowledge of his online audience, Doyle has assembled a diverse cast of contributors, whose collective goal is to offer clear insights into a range of issues, combined with hard-hitting commentaries and workable solutions to the issues that directly affect our lives. Doyle explains, “EpicTimes.com seeks to deliver insight from some of the most influential voices of our time, spanning a variety of expertise to share solution-based ideas and insights with a community that is focused on problem solving and results.”
This unique view on the issues and news headlines is geared toward building an active community on the site. All opinions are heard and commentary between readers and contributors and readers to readers is encouraged. That kind of honest conversation is just what Doyle believes people want. His goal is for EpicTimes.com to not just publish relevant news, but to become a solutions community.
ABOUT JERRY DOYLE: Doyle is the founder of EpicTimes.com and host of the 4th largest syndicated talk show in America, “The Jerry Doyle Show” with over 7.25 million weekly listeners. He held a 12-year acting career in Hollywood, including the Emmy Award winning television series Babylon 5, and worked for a decade as an Investment Banker on Wall Street. www.epictimes.com