About The Beatles Radio Network
The Beatles Radio Network is the worldwide voice of Beatles News on the internet.
Officially launched on August 1, 2016, the Beatles Radio Network produces a daily audio program, Beatles
Network News, covering the latest headlines about the Beatles from all over the world.
For more info about the Beatles Radio Network, please contact us.
Adam Forrest - Editor and Producer
Adam Forrest is a life-long Beatles fan and student of Top-40 radio, and a graduate of The New York Institute of Technology, in Communications Arts.
Originally from New York City, Adam has been part of the Hollywood scene since 1979.
When the internet first became available to the general public in the mid-1990's,
Adam immediately knew he needed to be a part of this new thing called the World Wide Web. Combining his interest
in this new medium and his love for the Beatles, Adam created The Internet Beatles Album in 1995, which is one of the longest-running Beatles web sites still on the internet.
Adam's next web project was to create a site that collected links to and info about all the other growing Beatles
resources on the internet. Called BeatleZone, it served Beatles fans for several years and became the "go-to" source
for finding sites about the Beatles. But around this time, services like Lycos and Alta Vista
were starting up, and by 1999 or 2000, Google really took over as the best internet search engine.
So, as the functions of the BeatleZone website were being superceded by Google and Yahoo, in 2002, Adam retired that site, and created and became the Editor In Chief of Beatles News.
Updated daily, Monday through Friday, Beatles News is like the "Google News" for Beatles fans, collecting links to the latest up to date and breaking news about the Beatles
and related topics. On a normal day, Beatles News receives approximately 14,000 visits per day.
Adam Forrest is the Editor in Chief of the Beatles Radio Network. He
produces the Beatles Radio Network's audio programs, and can be heard on the daily Beatles Network News program.
Gillian Lomax - Special Reports
Gillian Lomax is a British transplant born in Wallasey, which is a ferry ride cross the river Mersey from Liverpool, the birthplace of The Beatles. Growing up in Merseryside, music was a big part of her life, and one of her favorite things to do was to attend concerts at the Liverpool Stadium, the Empire Theatre, and various other venues in the city.
While traveling extensively throughout Europe, her first foray into radio began in Lake Como, Italy as a late night guest commentator on Radio Como. She later moved to the United States, where she wound up in Los Angeles in the 90's, socializing and becoming familiar with many famous musicians, which led to a stint as music editor for the well known newspaper the British Weekly.
Gillian has been the voice of Beatles news for many years, reporting Beatles news with 97.1 KLSX and 95.5 KLOS
Breakfast with the Beatles for six years, senior correspondent on Britsound Radio, news reporter on Beatlesradio.com, and most recently has been the news reporter
on Beatles-A-Rama for the past seven years. Gillian was the first news reporter in Los Angeles to break the Paul and Heather McCartney split several weeks before it was officially announced.
During many years of Beatles news reporting and working as a music editor, she has interviewed many famous musicians, including Neil Innes, Rod Stewart,
Spencer Davis and Patty Boyd.
While living in LA, Gillian has discovered many places connected to the Beatles. Her love and admiration of the Fab Four allows her to share this knowledge, on her A Magical History Tour, she takes fans on tours of Los Angeles to exciting and interesting places that are part of the Beatles history.
Gillian is one of the voices of the Beatles Radio Network, she appears in Beatles Radio Network special news and feature reports.
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