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United Stations Radio Networks (USRN) is a radio network providing a wide range of programs and programming services for radio stations across the US and elsewhere. Some of its most popular offerings are Dick Clark's Rock, Roll & Remember, the daily Music Calendar, Nights With Alice Cooper, The House of Hair, Lou Dobbs Radio and the Lou Dobbs Financial Minute, HardDrive/HardDriveXL, Absolutely 80s with Nina Blackwood, Crook & Chase Top 40 Countdown, the TKO Radio Network, Dick Bartley's Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits, The Classic Countdown Show and Sean "Hollywood" Hamilton's Weekend Top30 & Remix Top40 Countdown's. Bloomberg Radio, and the Pulse of Radio morning prep service. United Stations also specializes in comedy services for radio. The station also provides a weather network; since 2009, the company has distributed Accuweather's forecasts (taking over the distribution from Westwood One). Previously, Al Roker and John Wetherbee ran USRN's weather division.

United Stations partners with Univision Radio for Spanish-language programming, including broadcasts of National Football League games.

The company was founded in February 1994 by pop icon Dick Clark and radio veteran Nick Verbitsky. Verbitsky continues to serve as the company's CEO.

The similarly named "United Stations Radio Network" (singular), also founded by Clark and Verbitsky in 1980, bought the RKO Radio Network and eventually was absorbed by CBS Radio and Westwood One.

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