American Radio Journal is produced and distributed by the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. The Lincoln Institute is a 501c3 non-profit educational foundation based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Founded in 1993, the mission of the Lincoln Institute is: "To promote the ideals of free market economics, individual liberty, and limited government through the conduct of public opinion research and related educational programs."
The Lincoln Institute accepts no government money and is completely funded by philanthropic grant making foundations, corporations, and individuals.
A member of the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, the Lincoln Institute produces radio program for local, state, and national audiences. American Radio Journal focuses on national issues and is distributed nationwide; and the Lincoln Radio Journal is a statewide public affairs program airing on over 90 stations.
In addition to producing radio programming, the Lincoln Institute maintains two web sites: www.lincolninstitute.org and www.patownhall.com. The Lincoln Institute provides weekly commentary to newspapers throughout Pennsylvania, and publishes a quarterly newsletter.
The Lincoln Institute produces a wide array of public opinion research projects; including statewide and regional polling, and Public Opinion Court focus group sessions.