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Global talk radio superstar Jimmy Church joins TalkNetwork.com with 'Fade to Black' show, airing four nights a week at 7pm Pacific / 10pm Eastern

Jimmy Church

(NaturalNews) FADE to BLACK and Talk Network have announced a syndication deal that will carry FADE to BLACK, hosted by Jimmy Church starting Monday, January 4, 2015, at TalkNetwork.com.

FADE to BLACK, which is already syndicated on KGRAdb The Planet, broadcasts live Mon-Thursday, 7-10pm PST on Tune In, Live 365, Talk Stream Live, Spreaker and iHeartradio. This new expanded syndication with Talk Network solidifies FADE to BLACK as one of the largest late-night live talk-radio internet programs in the world.

FADE to BLACK, hosted by Jimmy Church who is a fill-in host for Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and appears on History Channel's Hangar 1: The UFO Files, is a classic late-night paranormal talk show that covers UFOs, conspiracy, ghosts, lost civilizations and all things fringe.

"We're thrilled to see Jimmy Church joining our network as an advocate of free speech and open-minded ideas," stated Mike Adams, co-founder of TalkNetwork.com. "Church brings a level of inquisitiveness and professionalism to the network that's desperately needed in a world dominated by media giants spewing conformist, homogenized content. Church's take on what's really happening in our world is unique and fascinating, and we welcome his voice and his non-conformist ideas to TalkNetwork.com."

Jimmy Church: "We are excited about 2016...and this new syndication with Talk Network will only help getting these important topics out to an audience that is growing every single day. Talk Network's rapid growth and professional attitude are exactly what FADE to BLACK is all about."

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