Talk Network Radio (TNR) Adding New Shows Beginning January 2018
Talk Network Radio (TNR), the 21st Century way to listen to radio, announced today that several new shows will be added to its worldwide network starting in January of 2018. The announcement was made by Chuck Christie, CEO of Talk Network Radio as well as President at HIS Kingdom Communications, LLC, and New Dominion Media Group.
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NORFOLK, Va. - Dec. 19, 2017 - PRLog -- Talk Network Radio (TNR), the 21st Century way to listen to radio, announced today that several new shows will be added to its worldwide network starting in January of 2018. The announcement was made by Chuck Christie, CEO of Talk Network Radio as well as President at HIS Kingdom Communications, LLC, and New Dominion Media Group.
"We are pleased to report that 'Our Daily Bread', a daily scriptural devotional and commentary hosted by Richard Kay, an international radio personality, will be joining our show line up beginning after the first of the year," Christie said adding, "What also gives us great pleasure is to report that 'Your Hometown Solutions with Jean Newell and Johnathon Lack', along with 'So Social with Cheri and Richard Martin' will also be broadcast on TNR in January of 2018."
Christie also said several other major shows are also planning to broadcast via TNR after the first of the year. Those shows will be announced at the beginning of next year.
Christie, who is also president of Heritage Wealth Management Group, said he is very impressed with the continuing upsurge of new listeners tuning into Talk Network Radio. He added, "TNR has truly been a blessing in my life and I pray that listeners from all over the world will continually follow our current, new and upcoming shows on a daily basis."
He also said, "Individuals and companies looking to further expand their listening audience should contact TNR either by email@example.com or call 757-966-0013 (Office), or 757-744-9647 (Mobile)."
Christie pointed out that talk radio is no longer being followed on the AM dial and in many cases the FM dial, but via the 21st Century way of broadcast communication, essentially via cell phone apps that allow you to listen to radio at anytime and anyplace.
"As I have said many times individuals now go to their Apple or Android app store and get the TNR app for free," Christie said, adding "What is truly wonderful if you miss a show from your favorite host you can go to previous shows and listen to exactly the show you want to hear."
To get the TNR app for free just go to your Apple or Android app store and type in talk network radio. Once you log on you will be able to hear shows live as well as listening to shows on your time.
Updates about current hosts and new shows will be posted on a continual basis on the TNR apps, website (TalkNetworkRadio.com)
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