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EWTN to launch nightly news program

Catholic World News - June 03, 2013

The Eternal World Television Network (EWTN) plans to launch a nightly television news program, starting July 29.

The half-hour newscast will be aired from Washington, DC, and will address public affairs through “a Catholic lens,” said Michael Warsaw, the president of EWTN. The program will be anchored by Colleen Carroll Campbell, a former White House speechwriter and journalist who worked with EWTN in providing live coverage of the recent papal conclave.

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  • Posted by: hartwood01 - Jun. 04, 2013 12:55 AM ET USA

    Good choice for host.

  • Posted by: florentine - Jun. 03, 2013 9:26 PM ET USA

    This is great news! EWTN is such a blessing in so many ways.

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