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By: Michelle Reichert on September 16, 2020
670 The Score (WSCR)
Dan McNeill - you just can't stop being an idiot.
By: F. Hicks on September 16, 2020
My SD local band has released its 2nd album and I'm trying to see if we can get any air time. It's acoustic Americana style music of which I don't think SD has much of. I just would like to get some exposure down here in San Diego and I figure San Diego would be proud to claim us as their own! How can we make this happen as I think it's mutually beneficial??
By: dirtydogs on September 15, 2020
Praise 100.9 (WPZS)
I listen to your station while visiting relatives in Shelby Who’s your Program Director @ WPZS, I have a gospel song “Don’t Give Up” artist James M Cruver; that is fitting and needed during this time of pandemic, I would like to send a MP3 to you. It is now being played at Atlanta’s WIGO-AM 1570.
By: Sheila on September 15, 2020
Alt 103.7 (KVIL)
I have really enjoyed the format at Alt 103.7 until now. The new morning show (Stryker and Klein) and the afternoon show at 3:00( I don't even know his name), is AWFULLLL!. What happened to Camfield. I used to listen to your station only. Now I have deleted you. Should have stuck to playing music, not loud mouth, know it all creeps!
By: Susan on September 15, 2020
nice gospel and slow jams
By: Daddy O on September 15, 2020
By: marsha j manning on September 15, 2020
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By: Marjorie Ann Pullman on September 15, 2020
Delmarva's Country Station 100.9 (WAAI)
We love your radio station. We live outside of Felton Delaware we pick up the station good. I wish you had a stronger signal I work in Smyrna Delaware. When I get there I lose your signal. Thank You Have a good day.
By: Doris Wright on September 15, 2020
I'm here about the music [hello???] Your station has the best music out there, hands down. And it's not crap you hear all the time [Pin Ball Wizard, for example, good God]. It's music you never hear, and being a music lover, of all genres, I so appreciate what you're doing. I just wish you had a playlist somewhere. Some songs I can figure out what they are by recognizing the vocals or the style, but some are just impossible. I'm trying to catch some of the music on my phone so I can play it for someone who would know what it is, but that hasn't worked out very well. If there is a playlist in existence somewhere, please, please let me know where that might be. At any rate, your station is by far the best I've ever heard. Thank you so much for all you do!! To all who have said 'goodbye' to the station because of it's political views.. you all are a bunch of losers, good riddance.
By: Lisa on September 15, 2020
Local Public Radio 91.7 (KALW)
I agree it would be nice to hear from both sides of the climate debate and get some conservative views. They also frequently do campaign drives through fire season so we have to listen to other channels to get updates.
By: leviulysses on September 15, 2020
101.7 K-WULF (KWUL)
Hi - I don't know if you have already checked this, but your signal is producing a very audible buzzing noise/distortion peak about every 20 seconds or so. I have been producing digital audio for about 20 years and I'm guessing that some of your AD/DA converters are not set to the same sample rate. It might be a pretty easy fix. Just double check all your digital gear and make sure it all runs at the same sample rate, 44.1, or 48, or 96, whatever you decide on. I noticed this sound on your broadcast a couple of weeks ago.
By: Bob on September 15, 2020
The Rock 98.9 FM (KQRC)
play some nightwish
By: Jim hafner on September 15, 2020
Talk Radio 105.7/570 (KNRS)
Rod, I am curious as to the source of the news provided during the updates on your show. I have meant to ask you about this on the air, but had a situation today that was indicative of my concern and wanted to share it with you. While listening to your show (love the show by the way) during the 4:30 news break the news reader came on and proceeded to repeat the disavowed notion of the "Atlantic" article and it's effect on the current days news. This is not the first time this specific news reader has blathered some kind of BS about President Trump, but it was one that I could tangibly recall to write to you about. I guess my question is, is there some kind of editing of the sourcing of these news reports and why is this disinformation tolerated? Thanks I hope to talk to you about this, and listen pretty much everyday. Roy Shadbolt
By: Roy Shadbolt on September 14, 2020
The X 106.5 (WCJX)
I have a QUESTION. I can tune in to a radio station in Tallahassee, Fl. which is 70 or 80 miles from me (live in Jennings, Fl.) and received a STRONG signal with a sharp sound. When I try to listen to your station WCJX (which I LOVE your music format). Your station is the best music of your type in the area. My question is:::::: You are only 40 some miles from me here in Jennings, fl. How come I CAN'T receive a strong signal to get your station ( I even have a outside fm antenna connected to my radio receiver) I would Love to hear some GOOD MUSIC. I guess your transmit power is not that strong. Thank You Richard Stewart
By: Richard Stewart on September 14, 2020
K-Love 92.1 (WLBW)
You have been off the air for a few days. I sure hope you are back soon.
By: Patricia L Hall on September 14, 2020
I love this radio station so much! Thanks for playing the best music! Please add the artist cody fry (specifically the flying album) - it would sound really great in this loop of songs!
By: lily smith on September 14, 2020
Happy Birthday Gary James, Friday, September 18,
By: Connie James Gerth on September 14, 2020
Listened to Hank Williams Jr on 105.9 sing if the South had won and it talked about issues that were racist anti- black and Latino. Even said We'd take Miami back again obviously referring to large number of Latinos there. This song has no place in modern society. 105.9 you should be ashamed of yourself !
By: Buff Oliver on September 14, 2020
K-Love 92.1 (WLBW)
Why are you not on the air for several days now? I can barely pick up Salisbury as I'm in Millsboro. I presume there is a technical problem causing the disruption. Hope you're back on soon.
By: Gary Crump on September 14, 2020