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WBGM 88.1
We have a VBS and free soccer clinic at the Church of Christ in Lewistown, PA and would like some advertising for the event. I can send a brochure for your use if that would help. Thanks
By: Bill Garrett on June 11, 2019

Atascosa Country Radio 102.3 (KSAQ)
Your station is the most wonderful we have come across!! Just got a new fancy radio and KSAQ come in clear and sweet. We are in South Bexar County. We So love the late evening music 😍 you play. Songs we remember from our child hood. PLEASE don't ever change your ways of broadcast. So hard to find stations like yours. We will be loyal listeners for sure😁
By: Ignacio and Sallie Estrada on June 11, 2019

KKIN 94.3
I would like to ask that you announce that I had four (4) Scottish Highland calves get out from last weeks storm. We have notified the Sheriffs Office and the locals. They got out by County Road 1 and Swanburg Road, Timothy TWP. Please call 218-838-1443 and ask for Jeff
By: Jeff on June 11, 2019

KGNC 97.9
I would like to advertise my much would it be to do so on your station? Tree services.
By: Mathew on June 11, 2019

102.7 FM EQX (WEQX)
Please please tell me what song was playing Saturday night at 8:27 .I never heard that song before. I was lost in Lake George lost my GPS and this station stopped me from having a meltdown. Saturday night at 8:27 a song came on with an insane bass line. I have to know who sang that. Please. Thank you so much.
By: Amy Sokol on June 10, 2019

AM1350 (KABQ)
Here's another family that will not be listening to 1350 anymore. What a shame that you had to mess up a good thing.
By: Amanda on June 10, 2019

KSTM 88.9
I would like to advertise on KSTM for a Craft and Vendor Show during the Balloon Classics and the Warren County Fair. The name of the event is Summer Celebration Craft and Vendor Show. It's going to be held on Sunday, July 28 from 10-4 at the American Legion in Indianola. It will be a fun family friendly event for all ages with FREE admission, kid's activities and face painting, lunch served, shopping with 50 vendors, kettle corn, snow cones, raffles, and prizes. The proceeds will go to fight human trafficking in Central Iowa through an organization called Faithful Envoy. All are welcome for a fun day! Here's the event page for you to see. Just wondered if you can help us spread the word about this important event!
By: Summer Celebration Craft and Vendor Show on June 10, 2019

WPAS 89.1
I was listening this morning (June 10,2019) I heard a story about a group of young men that had a canoe accident. I would like to hear the whole story again and be able to share it.
By: Charles Eubanks on June 10, 2019

KRVQ 104.5
Advertising with your station
By: Larry magic smith on June 10, 2019

AM1350 (KABQ)
You weak losers, bowing to right wing dictators, quashing freedom of speech. Taking progressive programming off the air.
By: Mel Pearse on June 10, 2019

WOOD Radio 106.9 FM & 1300AM
I do not like to hear commercials on the LITTLE BLUE PILL and other semi-sexually explicit ads about men erections, performance and women wanting MORE.... I'm sick of it. I would like to think WOOD is above this. I can't believe you're dipping into the gutters to use this kind of income.....
By: Wayne on June 10, 2019

WQLN 91.3
MEDIA ADVISORY – PA VFW STATE CONVENTION EVENTS WHAT: 2019 PA Dept. of Veterans of Foreign Wars State Convention WHEN: Wednesday, June 12 through Saturday, June 15 WHERE: Ambassador Conference Center, Erie – Crystal Ballroom These highlights are open to news outlets: Convention Highlights Include … This year marks the 100th State VFW Convention. During the four-day event, the Department of Pennsylvania VFW will celebrate this century of service as well its receiving numerous National VFW awards for first-place finishes in categories recognizing teachers who excel in citizenship education, a high school essay contest with the theme “Why My Vote Matters,” and for feature writing in a VFW publication. More than 300 VFW leaders—representing combat-zone service dating back to World War II and up to modern day combat zones—from the local Post, regional and state levels will participate in the event. Convention delegates will also celebrate the Department of Pennsylvania VFW’s achieving the “100% in membership” goal, which means that the State VFW will end the 2018-29 program year with more members than when the year started last July. The Pennsylvania VFW’s strong membership success in recruiting new members and reinstating members whose active status had lapsed also helped drive the National VFW past the 100% in membership level. This is the first time in many years that the Department of PA VFW and the National VFW both scored 100% in membership. The membership year runs until June 30. As of June 10, the Pennsylvania Department of Pennsylvania VFW membership stands at 73,924 members and the National VFW membership is 1,154,654. Pennsylvania Air National Guard Staff Sergeant Christopher Ryan will receive the prestigious Pennsylvania Veterans of Foreign Wars Eagle Award for his outstanding service, which includes an overseas deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. In addition to his military service, Ryan also serves as a New York City Police Officer. He is a true citizen soldier who holds a full-time job while also continuing his military service. Media Interview Requests … State Commander Thomas Hanzes of Greenville and a representative of the National VFW Headquarters will be available for interviews. If you are interested in arranging an interview, contact VFW Public Affairs Director Sandman prior to your arrival at the hotel. He will secure VFW leaders for interviews based on availability. Wednesday late morning is a good opportunity before Convention activities begin, but again, please call David if you are interested so he can contact leadership before you arrive. He can be reached at (717) 460-8628. PA VFW units donated more than $3 million in scholarships, youth support, charitable donations, public safety donations, troop support and community projects last year. During those 12 months, VFW members volunteered more than $10 million worth of volunteer service to support their fellow veterans, military troops and communities. VFW donations improve lives for people of all ages and from all walks of life including youth, senior citizens, less fortunate persons, scouting and sports teams, public safety units, and those impacted by health crises, car accidents, fires and floods. VFW Service Officers gave veterans free help with getting more than $30 million in federal benefits last year and over $4 billion nationwide. Nationally, the VFW gave military families more than $4 million in emergency financial grants last year.
By: David Sandman on June 10, 2019

101.7 K-WULF (KWUL)
Well, I'm here with a temporary solution to not being able to stream KWUL to Echo device with Alexa. My first choice will be KWUL whenever that issue is resolved. Until then I say 'Alexa, play Handcrafted Radio.' It plays a pretty awesome selection with some nice deep cuts - not like what KSHE plays (the same 'Classic Rock' hits over and over.) Still rooting for KWUL!!
By: Paul C on June 10, 2019

NewsTalk KFBK 1530
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By: Anonymous on June 10, 2019

WYFE 88.9
Hi I think I heard a song this am between 4:30-5:00 AM Think title was Where is my life or this is my life Can you provide any info about it Thanks Wayne
By: THOMAS PROCTOR on June 10, 2019

WBPR 91.9
I was in the USN and from October 1965 until February 1966 I was going to a tri service school at Fort Devens, Mass. I meet this family in Marlboro and I lost track. I would like to talk about an information exchange that might give you a larger listening audience? I this is of interest to you please call me any moring from 7:30am until 09:30 am or after 4:30pm, I am still working Roy Compton USN Retired after 22 years Freeport, Florida
By: roy compton on June 10, 2019

WAWT 107.1
Why has this station in Portsmouth Ohio stopped playing country music and is now playing gospel? Is there another Station that I can change to. This was my favorite station and now I can’t listen to my country music
By: Renee brown on June 10, 2019

88.1 The Revolution (WKNC)
4TH Annual BEE JUBILEE & Food Truck Rodeo on June 22, 2019 from 9am-4pm at the Granville County Expo Center 4185 Hwy 15 Oxford, NC. Hosted by the Granville County Beekeepers Association. Free Admission - Local Arts & Crafts, Bee Products & Supplies, Plants Farmer's Market, Chicks & Goats, Food, Fun, Kids' Activities, Silent Auction, Demonstrations, Cooking with Honey Competitions and Honey Tasting.
By: Theresa Shackelford on June 9, 2019

WTMD 89.7
I am new the Baltimore area, and am thrilled to find TMD! My taste tends to be eclectic, and I love the array of great music they play, from edgy new music to classics. The DJs seem to know a lot about the music they are playing, I like their background comments, and I also appreciate their enthusiasm. I am telling my friends living i;n other areas, one is in Australia, so they are also turned on to the station. (Reminds me of the early days of FM radio when WNEW was the coolest station ever.) I have no skin in the game; check them out.
By: Geoff on June 9, 2019

WDUB 91.1
Hi I have been a New Kids on the Block fan for 30 years. I've tried to see them twice and missed both shows because I fainted and got sick. That's how big of fan I am lol. I am currently in Stage 4 and had a stroke 2weeks ago. I know New Kids on the Block are coming to Columbus and this may just be the last chance I get to see them. Just wondering if anyone could PLEASE help me. PLEASE. May GOD BLESS you
By: Leslie Adkins on June 9, 2019

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