WorldNetDaily is launching its monthly magazine, WorldNet,
starting in January 2000.
“We’ve designed WorldNet as the perfect companion for readers of our
WorldNetDaily.com daily newspaper,” said WorldNet founder and Editor
Joseph Farah. “It contains some of the most compelling articles readers
will ever encounter, and provides a unique look at the world that is
informative and highly thought-provoking.”
WorldNet has evolved from the long-popular monthly magazine published
by WorldNetDaily called Dispatches. As with Dispatches, WorldNet readers
will be treated to vital news gleaned from the far corners of the earth,
and not available anywhere on the Internet.
Each issue of WorldNet Magazine will feature:
- Anthony LoBaido, WorldNet’s roving international reporter.
Having worked as a journalist in Mexico, South Africa, North and South
Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia, Laos, and Cambodia, LoBaido is
now working on stories in China. His ground-breaking articles, like his
recent piece on Cambodia, keep readers on the edge of their seats.
- Special in-depth reports by J.R. Nyquist, who lays out with
bone-chilling detail what is really going on behind the scenes in
international affairs, particularly in Russia, where the Cold War is far
from over. “If you believe the Russians are just slogging around in a
dismal economy, waiting to be finished off by Y2K, you better check out
WorldNet Magazine,” said Farah.
- Jay Lamprecht, our Africa correspondent, who shares with WorldNet
readers his perceptive and penetrating analysis from inside the “Dark
- WorldNetDaily veteran investigative reporter David Bresnahan,
bringing his special talents to WorldNet Magazine in his exclusive
- Correspondent Toby Westerman, who monitors shortwave broadcasts
from all over the world and reports on vital but hidden news that you
simply won’t hear or read anywhere else.
- Clear-as-a-bell economic analysis by researcher Greg Nyquist.
- A special message from Farah.
“WorldNet Magazine is growing, just like WorldNetDaily.com,”
said Farah. “The transition from Dispatches to WorldNet is just the
first step. We’re really excited about the potential for growth, and
expect to incorporate new features and sections in the future. It’s a
unique magazine, unlike any other monthly. WND readers really should
check it out.”
Subscribe to WorldNet Magazine by visiting WND’s online store or by
calling toll-free 1-877-909-1776.