The Washington Times provides breaking coverage from 2012 Republican National Convention

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, August 28th, 2012

The Washington Times provides breaking coverage from 2012 Republican National Convention

(In photo from left to right: Jeremy Carl, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University; Merrill Matthews, PhD, Resident Scholar, The Institute for Policy Innovation; Ralph Z. Hallow, Washington Times Chief Political Correspondent;Solomon Yue, Republican National Convention Vice Chairman;  David A. Keene, President, National Rifle Association.)

TAMPA, FLORIDA: The Washington Times will provide breaking multimedia coverage from Tampa, Florida bringing followers the latest news, photos, audio and video directly from the 2012 Republican National Convention.

“Our team in Tampa has been in place for several days and is focused on stories that we think will resonate with our audiences — for digital, print and radio,” said Ed Kelley, Editor of The Washington Times.   Breaking stories and opinion as well as exclusive footage and photos may be found online in the Washington Times 2012 Republican Convention dedicated section on washingtontimes.com.

In addition to numerous award-winning journalists providing breaking coverage directly from the scene, The Washington Times’Ralph Z. Hallow will lead webcast discussions on conservative philosophy and GOP policy with distinguished guests and a panel of experts.  The show will air live daily from 5:00 to 6:00 PM each day from the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.  Watch streaming video of the 2012 Washington Times Republican National Convention Webcast on washingtontimes.com.

TheWashington Times live webcast from the 2012 Republican National Convention focuses on conservative principles [and offers] solutions to our current challenges based on those principles,” said Solomon Yue, Republican National Convention Vice Chairman and Washington Times webcast panel member.   “Interacting and sharing ideas online in this way gives every member of the conservative movement an inside look at the 2012 Republican National Convention as well as the opportunity to participate at a grass roots level.”

“Andy Parks: Live From The Washington Times” is broadcasting live from Tampa, Florida.  The Washington Times afternoon drive radio show will continue to bring listeners real timeupdates and in-depth reports from Washington Times journalists as well as insights from distinguished guests at the 2012 Republican National Convention.

“I look forward to my time with Andy Parks each Monday on his radio show, especially at the GOP Convention,” said ACU Chairman Al Cardenas.  “His show is a great way to reach the conservative movement and spread our message of liberty, personal responsibility, traditional American values, and strong national defense.”   

The show can be heard in the Washington area on 730 AM and 102.9 FM from 3:00 to 6:00 PM every day as well as on washingtontimes.com.

The Washington Times LLC is a newspaper and multi-media company headquartered in Washington, D.C.  It has gained a reputation for thorough news coverage, hard-hitting investigative reporting and exacting commentary.  The afternoon drive radio show “Andy Parks: Live From The Washington Times” enjoys ever-increasing popularity in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. 

To schedule interviews or content usage permission please contact: 

Marana Moore, Director of Public Relations
maranamoore@washingtontimes.com
202-636-2904

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