ABC News Radio Welcomes New Affiliate KQTH in Tucson, Arizona

ABC News Radio is proud to welcome KQTH in Tucson, Arizona as a new affiliate. Starting this week, ABC News Radio newscasts will be heard on KQTH at the top and bottom of each hour. In addition, ABC News Radio correspondents will also be on-hand to join Tucson's Morning News with Bill White throughout the week.

"During these times when news is constantly breaking 24/7, ABC News Radio is our partner in bringing the world to Tucson," said Bill White, Program Director for KQTH.

"We're proud to expand our relationship with the Journal Broadcast Group and excited to be part of Tucson's News and Talk station, KQTH," said Steve Jones, Vice President & General Manager of ABC News Radio. In addition to hearing ABC News coverage on the radio, KQTH will publish written stories from ABC News Radio on its continuously updated website

KQTH Radio is owned by the Journal Broadcast Group.

ABC News Radio is America's largest commercial radio news organization, delivering daily newscasts and breaking news coverage to more than 1,800 affiliates nationwide and reaching approximately 77 million people each week. ABC News Radio also produces ABC Sports Radio and ABC Entertainment Radio, along with news, entertainment and sports audio and text content for an array of digital partners. ABC News Radio's digital audio partnership with Slacker Radio, AOL Radio and iHeart Radio provide a combined reach of 60+ million users. ABC News Radio is distributed to radio stations by Cumulus Media, which has 4,400 affiliate radio stations reaching more than 110 million listeners in the 12+ demographic each week.


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