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KEMNITZ NAMED PRESIDENT OF CHILDREN'S BROADCASTING SUBSIDIARY

 KEMNITZ NAMED PRESIDENT OF CHILDREN'S BROADCASTING SUBSIDIARY
 MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Christopher T. Dahl, president of Children's Broadcasting Corporation has named Daniel L. Kemnitz as president of Children's Radio Group, a subsidiary of Children's Broadcasting Corporation. Kemnitz is a 22 year veteran in the communications industry, with several years in top management of radio properties. Most recently Kemnitz was executive vice president of a Twin Cities advertising agency.
 Kemnitz's duties will include supervising WWTC, known as Radio AAHS, the only 24 hour children's radio station in the United States. Using Radio AAHS as a flagship station, Children's Radio Group will look for additional CBC owned properties in other major markets.
 Another subsidiary of CBC, Children's Satellite Network, presently is recruiting other major markets across the country. The national programming originates in Minneapolis from the studios of Radio AAHS.
 "This is an exciting new concept for all of us," said Kemnitz. "It's an opportunity to give our children pure radio programming that's fun, educational and builds self esteem."
 Kemnitz begins his duties Sept. 8, at the corporate office and studio site of Radio AAHS in Minneapolis.
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 /CONTACT: Christopher T. Dahl of Children's Broadcasting, 612-926-1280/ CO: Children's Broadcasting Company ST: Minnesota IN: ENT SU: PER


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