OK. Last month the New York Times informed the
world that rock radio was dead (in a cover story on their "Arts & Leisure"
page. We're here to tell you that rock radio is not dead. Want proof? Just
check out "The Bonnie Simmons Show," as well as "In the Lab with the Smashing
Pumpkins," our first artist special. You'll find both at Radio ATN in this
issue. Bonnie has been making waves in "underground" rock radio since the early
days of the medium (she was a program director and DJ at KSAN in the early
'70s). Bonnie will be introducing you to music you almost certainly have not
heard on commercial radio, and probably haven't heard anywhere else other than,
possibly, coming from your own CD player. Radio ATN shows will emphasize cool
new music, plus older tracks that have, for the most part, been overlooked.
Coming on Mar. 1, the first assault from our very own Special Correspondent and
all around multi-media maven, Joey Ramone, with "Joey Ramone's Radio Coup." All
Radio ATN programming is delivered with RealAudio, the real time audio delivery
system developed by Progressive