Radio Station Information
City of License:
Baldwinsville Central School Dist.
WBXL is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Baldwinsville, NY.
Nearby Radio StationsWBVG 1050 AM, WZUN 102.1 FM, WSPJ 103.3 FM, B104.7, WOLF 92.1 FM, WFBL 1390 AM, Power 620, K-Rock 100.9, WTLA 1200 AM, Radio Disney 1490
Listener Comments and Reviews
Just wondering if you announce special events for people over the radio. I have one coming up on Saturday, March 23rd in Elbridge, NY. If you do, could I tell you about it so you could announce it to people to hear all over B'Ville? Thank you.
By: Colleen on March 1, 2013
In case you’ve not come across my time fillers before, let me share:
Though I’ve not written comedy for radio in over a decade, have continued my favorite daily hobby, researching and writing WEIRD, BIZARRE and UNUSUAL, which are all 30-45 second factual reads. This began back in 1998 (meaning I have thousands on file, ready to go).
Shared and reused by radio stations as time fillers, both in the US and abroad, this gives me a wonderful reason to get up each day. Meaning, if using this material helps production, the user may pay whatever they feel is fair, as long as my name and website (www.chewednews.com) are mentioned to sell more books. (Some small stations use this material free.)
Below are two pages containing 6 quick-reads. You may also visit Facebook, where each day I post three of same for those who might suffer instant DSP (Dead Air Panic).
Here are those six:
TWIN FUNERALS, TOO?
On May 22, 1975, twins John and Arthur Mowforth were living some 80 miles apart in Great Britain, when both felt severe chest pains, causing each to be rushed to separate hospital at approximately the same time. Where both men died shortly after arrival. (https://www.thoughtco.com/stories-of-amazing-coincidences-2594414)
A WELL GROUNDED MAN
Walter Summerford was struck by lightning three times during his life. Four years after his death, his gravestone was struck by lightning, too. (https://www.frazerconsultants.com/2016/06/weird-death-coincidences/)
COMMON FRAMES OF MIND, TOO
Reader's Digest’s, January 1980 edition, tells of identical male twins adopted by different families. Both families named each James. Each married a women named Linda. Each had a son they named James Allen. Both divorced and remarried women named Betty. Both owned dogs they named Toy. (https://www.thoughtco.com/stories-of-amazing-coincidences-2594414)
ONLY SOLUTION SPAY/NEUTER
Each day on average some 10,900 humans are born in the US. While at the same time about 70,000 puppies and kittens are born. This means roughly one human to every 6.4 animals. So, with each home having about 2.53 people, there can never be enough homes for all these animals. (https://animals-abused.org/spay-neuter) (https://animals-abused.org/spay-neuter)
FOR CRIMES NEVER COMMITTED
Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. This leaves five out of ten dogs and seven out of ten cats in shelters to be destroyed simply because no one adopted them (ASPCA estimate). (https://communitycarecollege.edu/2015/02/18/facts-about-pet-overpopulation/) (https://animals-abused.org/spay-neuter)
DON’T BUY PETS!
There are an estimated 10,000 puppy mills in the United States, some of which house hundreds or even thousands of dogs. Mother dogs are bred every heat cycle and are usually killed (shot or drown) when they can no longer get pregnant. (https://www.thepuppymillproject.org/about-puppy-mills/)
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