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|February 20, 2019|
Inland Empire News Radio (IENR) signed on in 1992 broadcasting news, public affairs and traffic reports on affiliate stations throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties in Southern California. We are locally owned and broadcast from the Canyon Crest Towne Centre in Riverside, California.
Not to be confused with a single radio station, we function as the news departments for member stations much the same as a network. Inland Empire News Radio endorses the same FCC rules and regulations and the Fairness Doctrine required of licensed radio stations. A list of our affiliates is available upon request. Inquiries about specific programs should be directed to the affiliates.
www.inlandnewstoday.com debuted in 2003 bringing radio news of Riverside and San Bernardino counties to a wider audience in both text and audio. INT was named a Southern California Best News & Information website for three years in a row by the Society of Professional Journalists.
The radio and online operations are under the direction of President and General Manager Jim Ness whose news broadcast career in the Inland Empire has spanned more than 40 years. Click here for staff bios.
This is a news-based website updated 24/7 with content gathered, written and produced by the INT staff except where noted. News releases are welcome. Public service announcements must be submitted a minimum of a week in advance of the event. Correction of factual errors will be given prompt attention.
Inland Empire News Radio, the parent company of InlandNewsToday.com, swept the annual radio awards handed out May 10, 2008 by the Society of Professional Journalists.
IENR took first, second and third place honors for coverage of last October's Southern California wildfires.
IENR President Jim Ness said the extended team coverage over a nine-day period was warranted by the severity of the firestorms and the need to get immediate information to those in the path of the flames.
IENR was the only radio broadcaster honored by the SPJ with a Southern California
Excellence in Journalism Award for 2007. The Riverside-based outlet has been
cited with either radio or online awards every year since 1999.