Westwood One News is increasing its Washington political reporting by adding veteran broadcast journalist Linda Kenyon as a full-time Capitol Hill correspondent. Kenyon comes to Westwood One News from the Salem Radio Network, where she covered Congress. She starts with Westwood One News today.
Kenyon has more than 25 years of broadcast news experience. She has served as a Capitol Hill Correspondent, White House Correspondent, Anchor, and General Assignment Reporter, Writer and Editor at three national news networks, including the Associated Press and Salem Radio. Linda has covered four presidential administrations and several election cycles including political conventions and inaugurations. In addition, she has served as a member of the Executive Committee of Correspondents on Capitol Hill. She holds a Master of Science degree in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
Westwood One News, launched in January 2015, was created to offer radio stations greater flexibility and local branding opportunities, enabling them to integrate network news into their local operation. In addition to almost 900 broadcast radio stations, Westwood One News can also be heard anywhere in the U.S. on Bloomberg Radio and the SiriusXM POTUS and Progress channels.