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Live 24-hour Y2K marathon coverage

WorldNetDaily and Talk Radio Network are joining forces to provide live,
wall-to-wall coverage of Y2K weekend in a 48-hour marathon
radio-Internet special beginning today at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

For live, up-to-the-second, 24-hour-a-day updates on all the news in
WorldNetDaily, readers should click on their “Refresh” or “Reload”
buttons frequently, in order to download the latest news postings on
Y2K. At the same time, readers will be able to listen to WorldNetDaily
editors, reporters, columnists and guests breaking the news and
discussing live on Talk Radio Network’s national broadcasting outlets
and on the Internet.

The WorldNetDaily newsroom has established a special, toll-free news
hotline for Y2K weekend so readers and listeners can call in tips on
developments in their communities.
The special number is 1-877-318-1776. You can also call in to the radio
and Internet broadcasts live at 1-800-449-8255.

Beginning on the “Minyard & Minyard” program, broadcast out of Los
WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah will analyze the current events and
provide an overview of expectations for the weekend. In addition, WND
reporters and editors will update the broadcast team with constant news
developments as warranted.

At 10 p.m. Eastern, the WorldNetDaily news team lends a hand to TRN
host Roger Fredinburg. A similar format follows on the “Engelman
Overnight” program.

Then at 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. Eastern time, WorldNetDaily hosts take over
the TRN
airwaves with live talk, chat and breaking news from the WND newsroom
and reporters in the field.

Throughout the morning hours, WND reporters and editors will offer
breaking news updates and interrupt regular programming on TRN’s “Hidden
Treasures” program and on “Auto Talk.”

WorldNetDaily will also provide special guests and news updates on
Money Central” between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.

Then, hang on to your seats, as Joseph and Elizabeth Farah take over
the airwaves as hosts for “WorldNetDaily Live.” You’ll hear many of your
favorite WorldNetDaily personalities — including Larry Klayman, Bill
Gertz, Claire Wolfe and Alan Keyes — drop in for visits on this special
New Year’s Day presentation.

The special live marathon program schedule continues through 6 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 2. Jon Dougherty and Jeff Nyquist will share hosting duties
and Jerry Falwell, Jude Wanniski and Llewellyn Rockwell will be among
dozens of other guests during the weekend.

“Who knows what to expect?” asks Joseph Farah rhetorically about Y2K
weekend. “But we’ll be there to chronicle it while most of the radio
world plays recorded programming. It might be chaos and pandemonium, or
it might be one big party to ring in the New Year. Either way, it will
be worth listening.”