TRNS Staff


Ellen Ratner

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Ellen Ratner is the White House Correspondent and Bureau Chief for Talk Radio News Service, covering the White House and providing exclusive reports to talk radio stations from the Congress and government agencies. Ms. Ratner is a news analyst on Fox News Channel where she is currently seen on “The Strategy Room” and is heard on over 400 radio stations across the United States.


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Victoria Jones

victoria jonesVictoria Jones is Chief White House Correspondent for Talk Radio News Service, covering the White House. She provides news and in-depth analysis to over 400 talk radio stations across the United States. Ms. Jones also provides commentary for cable TV news. A talk show host herself, prior to joining Talk Radio News Service Ms. Jones hosted the Victoria Jones Show for 16 years, where her provocative and witty style won industry awards.


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Justin Duckham

justin duckhamJustin Duckham is a Senior Washington Correspondent with the Talk Radio News Service. Justin is a proud alumnus of UC Merced, where he studied History, Philosophy and American Studies. Prior to making the jump to politics in 2008, Justin was a music journalist in California.


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Luke Vargas

Luke Vargas TRNSLuke Vargas is a New York-based reporter for Talk Radio News Service, covering the United Nations and foreign affairs. He has photographed two presidential election cycles for print and television media, and keeps his third eye trained on politics.


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Shelly Kapoor Collins

Shelly1Shelly Kapoor Collins is TRNS’ Silicon Valley Bureau Chief overseeing its emerging coverage of the Tech world.

Shelly has a keen understanding of the challenges faced by companies on the cutting edge of innovation, where Technologies outpace state and federal legislation and regulations. As CEO of Enscient, Shelly formed Enscient’s “Tech Hill” division to assist clients in the high tech sector to understand and respond to the impact of public policies on innovation and competitiveness. Tech Hill combines industry knowledge and contacts in the high tech sector with local, state and national political relationships and first hand experience and knowledge of how government works.

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Tony Sayegh

toney sayeghTony Sayegh has served as the national political correspondent for Talk Radio News Service since 2011. Tony appears frequently as a political analyst on the FOX News and FOX Business Channels, as well as providing analysis for News12 Westchester, Cablevision’s news affiliate serving New York’s Westchester County and the Hudson Valley.


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Irene Ran

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Irene (Huan) Ran is the director of Talk Radio News Service’s China programs. As a senior educational consultant with over ten years of experience in managing study-abroad opportunities, she has guided Chinese professionals and students to pursue world-class education in the U.S. and brought substantial funding to support educational development and scientific research for American institutions. She is also an experienced TV journalist and intercultural communicator to promote exchange and training activities for professional organizations between China and the U.S.


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Click here for: Thursday, December 18

● Suit seeks refund from Sprint

● Blood sugar level linked to brain growth

● Terrorist support brings 15-year sentence

● Forest cops lose morale

● Internet policy on trading block

● Obama trips to fundraisers cost $1.2 million

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – December 18, 2014

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Ban Ki-moon heads to Ebola-affected West Africa, new data on average lifespans and the 100-year anniversary of the World War One “Christmas Truces”

Clinton Foundation Sets Focus On Those “Too Small To Fail”

TRNS interviews Patti Miller, the Director of the Clinton Foundation’s “Too Small to Fail” initiative.

McSally Wins Final House Seat

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In a race that had been closely contested, McSally defeated the Democratic incumbent Rep. Ron Barber by margin of only 167 votes.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – December 17, 2014

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The United States and Cuba announce plans to “normalize relations.”

TRNS News Notes- 12/17

Senate turns out lights – buh bye
Cruz confirmations
School massacre: Pakistan mourns
Sydney siege: Questions
Did VA “mislead Congress” about wait time scandal?
Sony hackers threaten violence