Question: What is the "King Biscuit Flower Hour"?.

Answer: The "King Biscuit Flower Hour" is a Nationally Syndicated radio show produced by the DIR Broadcasting Corporation out of New York.

Question: Did the American Radio Network air the "King Biscuit Flower Hour" Show?

Answer: Yes. The American Radio Network aired the "King Biscuit Flower Hour" show thorugh one of its FM radio stations for many years among other programs. Look to the right for samples.

Question: Why does the LA Weekly question the use of the "King Biscuit Flower Hour" name?

Answer: They obviously don't know the American Radio Network did carry the "King Biscuit Flower Hour" radio program for many years.

Question: Why does the LA Weekly claim the American Radio Network doesn't answer complaints?

Answer: The American Radio Network does answer every complaint in writing.

Question: Why do some people think the American Radio Network is a Scam?

Answer: The Broadcasting business is a very complex business and some people are simply misinformed. When some applicants are introduced to the independent producer aspect of the radio business, some people's reaction is to think that it is either illegal or a scam. Our company is not a Scam, it is a broadcasting company that makes money from advertisers.

To all skeptics: The American Radio Network is not a SCAM.

Our Company has been in business since 1968. We produce many radio shows on all types of radio stations; including internet only radio stations, cable radio stations and over the airwaves Federal Communications Commission licensed radio stations that could be heard in your FM and AM radio installed in your car while you drive around in Los Angeles California and other major cities in the United States of America. Some of our radio shows now also stream on cell phones.

Unfortunately, most derogatory comments about our company come from applicants who are completely misinformed about our company and or the broadcasting business. Most of these people walk out of our meetings prematurely having heard only about 5 minutes of the subject matter or simply do not want to adhere to company policy.

COMING SOON; testimonials from our many happy radio announcers who have interviewed celebrities and participated in many media events.

Some of our announcers are Doctors, Attorneys, Students, Business Professionals and ordinary people.

We have many announcers who produce shows as independent producers and some who work for our company as paid radio announcers. Some work for us as Studio Directors, some as engineers and some as video and audio editors.

Contrary to what some people believe, our company does hire and pay a salary to radio announcers, studio directors, engineers, editors, receptionists, managers etc. Click here to see a list of people who are currently working for us or who have worked for us in the past: ARN Employees.

Be sure to sign up for a live interview in our TV studio or on one of our radio stations so that we can discuss live on the air why you think our company is a SCAM. To sign up for a live interview, simply email us your name and phone number to this link: Contact Us We will be recording the live interview and then playing it through this website. Together, lets get to the truth and clear up all of these misconceptions about our company.

Question: Do Announcers who pass your audition host their own radio show?

Answer: Yes. Our announcers who pass our audition host their own show on our affiliated AM and FM radio stations.

Question: Can a host of a radio show through the American Radio Network take phone calls from listeners?

Answer: Yes. Our live FM studio has a built in phone that can handle up to two callers who can be placed live on the air.

Question: Does the American Radio Network hire some of the applicants who audition for the company?

Answer: Yes. The American Radio Network does hire applicants who pass the audition.

Question: Can I hear some of the American Radio Network's radio shows over the airwaves while driving around in my car through the FM and AM radio band?

Answer: Yes. The American Radio Network airs radio shows through its radio stations affilates that are AM and FM radio stations licensed by the Federal Communications Commission.

Question: How long has the American Radio Network been in business?

Answer: Since 1968. It started in New York and aired shows on WHBI 105.9 FM in New York among other radio stations.

Question: Does the American Radio Network air Nationally Syndicated Radio shows?

Answer: Yes. The American Radio Network has aired hundreds of Nationally Syndicated Radio shows including; The King Biscuit Flower Hour, Dr. Demento(provided by Westwood One), Fraze at the Flicks([provided by Premier Radio Networks), High Voltage, Rock and Roll never forgets - time capsule, Pulse of the Planet, Top 30 USA etc.

















































































































































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