Ever-increasing requests by talk shows for WorldNetDaily reporters,
columnists and editors to appear on air has prompted WND to create a
comprehensive online resource for radio and television producers, as well as
for those booking speakers for conventions and other public events.
“Speakers and Talk Show Guests” button (located on the left column toward the bottom of page one) links to biographical profiles and photos of dozens of WND experts, as well as information on how to book any of them for civic or business functions, or for radio or television appearances.
“In our effort to inform the world about important issues of the day, we wanted to be able to provide our excellent staff for public engagements,” said Rebecca Hagelin, WND’s vice president of communications. “Now all an organization has to do to access booking information is click on a single button — and up come bios of the most captivating and knowledgeable speakers on the circuit today.”
In addition to expanding its “Speakers Bureau” to make the forum user-friendly for television and radio producers wishing to book WorldNetDaily experts as on-air guests, WND also doubled the number of expert speakers available on the site — to 34, and still growing.
“Even if you aren’t the person who books guests for conventions or shows, you should take a look and then pass the information on to the appropriate parties of the groups to which you belong,” added Hagelin. “We have some of the best speakers anywhere, and we’re now making them available to organizations and programmers worldwide.”
The list of speakers and broadcast guests cover a multitude of social, political, legal and business issues. From foreign affairs, to national security, to abortion, to education — WorldNetDaily has an expert for every issue, as well as some of the very best talent in MC’s and moderators.
Speaking fees vary depending on the expert selected. All experts and writers are provided to television and radio programs free of charge.
Speakers and Talk Show Guests.