Washington News Desk

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Washington News Desk was a short-lived 1990s radio news network offering a five-minute newscast at the top of the hour.

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The network, owned by Pat Robertson, was marketed to individual stations under the brand "StandardNews", beginning in 1991. The network was made available to stations on a barter-for-inventory basis. The commercial inventory, as well as most of the news content itself, contained a pro-Christian slant, mirroring that of rival USA Radio News.

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