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The Talk Radio News Service is the ONLY information, news, booking and host service dedicated to serving the talk radio community with a Washington office that includes the White House, Capitol Hill and Pentagon staffed bureaus. Talk Radio News Service has permanent access to every breaking news event in the Washington, DC area and beyond.

Talk Radio News Service can offer live drop-ins and news reports to talk programs with political, government and world news from the nation’s capital.

In addition to our news gathering and booking services, Talk Radio News Services offers one of the most comprehensive college internship programs in Washington for students interested in journalism and/or the political process.

Contact us for more information on the services provided by the Talk Radio News Service.

Employment and Internship Information

An internship at the Talk Radio News Service is a hands-on experience, where interns are treated as staff members. It is an opportunity to learn reporting, writing and digital editing for live on-air radio work. This internship involves quite a bit of work, but you will leave with examples of your on-air and written work.

Please visit our Intern Page for more information.

The World in 2:00 – July 31, 2015

The World in 2:00

Beijing wins the 2022 Winter Olympics, Rio’s water is filthy ahead of next year’s Summer games and an Ebola vaccine is announced.

Energy Sec.: Iran Deal ‘Will Certainly Go Into Effect’

The Energy Cabinet member took to the White House press poduim in a push to roundup public support of the Iran deal

State Releases Second Batch Of Clinton Emails

Hillary Clinton holds her first town hall meeting event of the 2016 campaign in Dover, New Hampshire. July 16, 2015. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

The State Department originally said it would release all of the emails at once sometime in early 2016, but was quickly rebuffed by a court order.

Charleston Shooter Pleads Not Guilty

Mourners comfort each other following the massacre late Wednesday night in Charleston, SC. (Photo courtesy of the King Center)

If convicted, Roof could face the death penalty.

Obama Signs Highway Trust Fund Extension, Scolds Congress

“It’s a bad way for the US Government to do business,” Obama said.

Poll: Seniors Back Hillary Clinton

Jeb Bush and real estate tycoon Donald Trump trail at 12 percent and 11 percent.