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RADIO AAHS LAUNCHES FIRST EVER NATIONAL CHILDREN'S RADIO NETWORK

RADIO AAHS LAUNCHES FIRST EVER NATIONAL CHILDREN'S RADIO NETWORK
 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- On Oct. 1, the innovative Radio AAHS(TM) goes nationwide as part of the newly created Children's Satellite Network, a pioneer in the world of children's radio programming. Children's Satellite Network is a wholly owned subsidiary of Children's Broadcasting Corp., which is traded over-the-counter in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Based out of WWTC-AM 1280 in Minneapolis, Children's Satellite Network will be broadcasting to seven major markets with many more to follow. The initial markets include Baltimore, Denver, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, St. Louis and Washington, D.C.
 On the air in Minneapolis since May 12, 1990, Radio AAHS has delighted young audiences for the past two years. Twenty-four hours a day, children and their parents are treated to programs that include lessons, news for kids as reported by kids, history, fairy tales, stories and of course, music. From the All-American Alarm Clock to the nighttime Lullabies, Radio AAHS gives children a medium all their own. The listening audience ranges in age from 12 years old to younger, including parents.
 Children's Satellite Network is an extremely exciting venture into the uncharted territory of children's radio. Meant to be something they can take with them during the day, creator Chris Dahl explains the Radio AAHS credo as, "Treat kids respectfully, don't talk down to them and give them something of substance." Dahl said that, "We think of our audience as adults, only a little smaller."
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 CONTACT: Christopher T. Dahl, president of Children's Broadcasting Corp., 612-926-1280; or Leslie Zeller of Wilkinson/Lipsman, 213-651-0852, for Children's Broadcasting Corp. CO: CHILDREN'S BROADCASTING CORP. IN: ENT ST: MN -- LA006 -- X952 10/01/92
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