Talk Radio Host Launches News Website

By Wnd, PRNE
Sunday, July 24, 2011

WASHINGTON and JERUSALEM, July 25, 2011 -

- Aaron Klein Gets Online Home of His Own

Talk radio host Aaron Klein, WND’s senior reporter, today launched his own website - (link: dedicated to breaking news, exclusive investigations, and news making interviews.

Updated daily, KleinOnline (link: covers topics across the spectrum, with hard hitting, exclusive investigations exposing corruption, waste, and fraud.

The site emphasizes U.S. domestic issues and politics, investigations of the U.S. radical left as well as Klein’s famous, boots-on-the-ground reporting from the Middle East and inside the viper’s den of Islamic terrorism.

KleinOnline (link: also offers audio commentary and video analysis of the day’s top news trends.

The site serves as the central Internet hub of Klein’s popular show, Aaron Klein Investigative Radio, broadcast Sundays on 77WABC Radio, the largest talk radio station in America. Klein’s important audio investigations as well as podcasts for each full show are available on KleinOnline.

Klein is an American journalist, NY Times bestselling author, and radio host based in the Middle East. He is a frequent guest on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, and serves as a columnist for the Jewish Press.

As WND’s senior reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief, Klein has broken some major U.S. and Mideast political stories during the past few years.  He is also known for his unique access and exclusive interviews with top jihadists.

Klein now takes that energy and his journalistic independence to KleinOnline (link:, while he continues to report daily for WND.

KleinOnline (link: senior researcher is NY Times bestselling author, historian, and blogger Brenda J. Elliott.

Klein and Elliott together wrote the megahit “The Manchurian President: Barack Obama’s ties to communists, socialists and other anti-American extremists.”  Their next major investigative work is due out this fall.

KleinOnline’s (link: Mideast researcher is Ali Waked, who served as the Arab affairs correspondent for Ynetnews, Israel’s largest news website which is online home to the country’s largest newspaper, YediothAharonot.   

CONTACT: Tim Bueler


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