REMOTE NEWS SERVICE

Remote News Service offers hyper-local, breaking and custom news packages for radio markets of all sizes at a price that your station can afford.
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There’s nothing more valuable and trustworthy than localized radio.

In the ever-changing times of digital hyper-awareness, local radio wins every time.  Who do your listeners turn to when there’s a local tragedy or emergency, local radio for the win!

Remote News Service offers informative and in-depth news coverage your audience relies on.

Major Market and Network experienced anchors deliver content for your station.  From local to national –  across all radio formats - Remote News Service anchors break it down with fresh content and much needed breaking news updates.

We deliver  the content you want - when and where you want it - at a price  you can afford.

TALENT

Remote News Service is made up of a group of experienced and remarkably talented and dedicated news anchors and reporters. We report news in major to micro markets and networks.

FORMAT

We have experience in every format -  Talk, 24/7 News, Adult Contemporary Music to Rock or Country.  Our delivery style can easily morph to fit your format.

LOCAL TO NATIONAL

Remote News Service provides a combination of Local, Regional, State and National news so your station can save on network feeds.


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MAN BUSTED FOR DRIVING WITH THE WRONG KIND OF PASSENGER
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This Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016 photo provided by the Brea, Calif., Police Department shows a mannequin in the passenger seat of a truck that the driver was using to use the carpool lane instead of congested regular traffic lanes on the 57 Freeway in Brea. The driver was cited, and admitted to using the mannequin to use the carpool lane for some time, and said he would now just accept the fact he needs to sit in traffic like everyone else. Driving alone in the carpool lane requires a fine of at least $481. (Brea Police Department via AP)

This Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016 photo provided by the Brea, Calif., Police Department shows a mannequin in the passenger seat of a truck that the driver was using to use the carpool lane instead of congested regular traffic lanes on the 57 Freeway in Brea. The driver was cited, and admitted to using the mannequin to use the carpool lane for some time, and said he would now just accept the fact he needs to sit in traffic like everyone else. Driving alone in the carpool lane requires a fine of at least $481. (Brea Police Department via AP)

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