Radio Station Information

WHPR 88.1 FM

City of License:
Highland Park, MI

Format:
Urban Contemporary

Market:
Detroit, MI

Owner:
R.j.'s Late Night Entertainment Corporation

WHPR is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Highland Park, MI and is part of the Detroit, MI radio market. The station broadcasts Urban Contemporary programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi, I would like to know what is your song submission policy? Your help is highly appreciated! Elder Michael Bell Bell Time Records www.belltimerecords.com 517-894-3532
By: Michael Bell on February 28, 2014

Hi, I would like to know how can I submit my CD " I Saw Two Rainbows In The Sky", to be review by your radio station and get some airplay? My CD is on iTunes. My name is Dadisi Netifnet I can be reach at 832-891-0239. My website is www. poetdadisi.com. Sincerely, Dadisi Netifnet
By: Dadisi Netifnet on March 17, 2015

how can i have a song that i have created played on this radio station? is there a phone number i can contact?
By: Reggie on March 1, 2017

The City of Burton Has Entered Into the Toxic Zone! The city of Burton has entered into the toxic zone, just next door to Flint. According to the mayor, Paula Zelenko, the town had to use plastic for their water infrastructure due to budget restrictions. The city saved $2.2 million by using plastic pipes. The water infrastructure is being updated across America, for an estimated cost $300 billion. We hope that mayors across the country will think twice before trying to save a buck because they took an oath to represent the people of their communities and to protect them. Mrs. Zelenko apparently doesn't know anything about social responsibility and the oath she took. We wonder why and how she managed to become the mayor of Burton, MI. She decided to save $2.2 million by approving PVC for the water infrastructure. She ignored the facts, the dangers and the signs from, the city next door, Flint, which has gone through a significant outbreak of deadly illness due to contaminated water. It's mind-boggling that the mayor would approve PVC for drinking water, when just a few miles away, people are getting ill with deadly diseases. Responsible people would think twice about bringing such danger into their communities only to save money. Scientists are concerned about replacing copper with PVC. Studies have shown that toxic pollutants from contaminated soil can permeate plastic, as it ages. The city of Burton doesn't need a mayor who doesn't understand social responsibility and gets bullied by the lobbyists from the American chemistry council. The plastic industry has backed bills in at least five states: Michigan, Ohio, South Carolina, Indiana, and Arkansas. Burton needs a strong city mayor who stands up against the lobbies and acts as the voice of the people. We applaud Kristin Moore for her social responsibility. She decided to use copper for the water infrastructure in the city of Flint. America needs more mayors like Mrs. Moore, and not people like Mrs. Zelenko, who take the easy route for financial reasons. It's not about the money; it's about the people. Burton needs a major who looks out for the community. The city of Burton has entered into the toxic zone, just next door to Flint. According to the mayor, Paula Zelenko, the town had to use plastic for their water infrastructure due to budget restrictions. The city saved $2.2 million by using plastic pipes. The water infrastructure is being updated across America, for an estimated cost $300 billion. We hope that mayors across the country will think twice before trying to save a buck because they took an oath to represent the people of their communities and to protect them. Mrs. Zelenko apparently doesn't know anything about social responsibility and the oath she took. We wonder why and how she managed to become the mayor of Burton, MI. She decided to save $2.2 million by approving PVC for the water infrastructure. She ignored the facts, the dangers and the signs from, the city next door, Flint, which has gone through a significant outbreak of deadly illness due to contaminated water. It's mind-boggling that the mayor would approve PVC for drinking water, when just a few miles away, people are getting ill with deadly diseases. Responsible people would think twice about bringing such danger into their communities only to save money. Scientists are concerned about replacing copper with PVC. Studies have shown that toxic pollutants from contaminated soil can permeate plastic, as it ages. The city of Burton doesn't need a mayor who doesn't understand social responsibility and gets bullied by the lobbyists from the American chemistry council. The plastic industry has backed bills in at least five states: Michigan, Ohio, South Carolina, Indiana, and Arkansas. Burton needs a strong city mayor who stands up against the lobbies and acts as the voice of the people. We applaud Kristin Moore for her social responsibility. She decided to use copper for the water infrastructure in the city of Flint. America needs more mayors like Mrs. Moore, and not people like Mrs. Zelenko, who take the easy route for financial reasons. It's not about the money; it's about the people. Burton needs a major who looks out for the community. Regards, Martioni MBL
By: Martioni on November 22, 2017

How to get my song on the radio
By: Ken myles on May 3, 2018

Greetings! Are you offering any intern opportunities at this time?
By: Angela Green on May 15, 2019

I was born and raised in Detroit, I have several albums released, one is called paint me a Melody. Can you please play it on you radio station. most of my songs are Love songs. Thank you so much. ,
By: Trina on October 12, 2019

KIDS FIRST INITIATIVE HOSTS SIXTH ANNUAL TELETHON Fundraiser to include social media wall and entertainment to raise funds for KFI programs AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - Kids First Initiative (KFI) will host its annual telethon on Nov. 2, 2019, inside AMC Theaters at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets 4300 Baldwin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326. The telethon will bring the local and global community together to make a positive change. KFI works to provide kids from underserved communities with the vital resources to live a better life. KFI has partnered with the Volkswagen African - African American Employee Resource Group (A3 ERG) to impact the lives of more young people this year. The theme for the telethon is “It Takes a Community.” The Holiday Meals program has provided over 21,000 meals to families in underserved communities in 3 countries, 1 United States territory, 35 cities, and 19 states. The organization continues to grow with the help of our community partners. KFI has a goal to raise $50,000 to help make a difference in the lives of children in need. The donations will help provide food to families in underserved communities and boost youth empowerment. With the help of the community, KFI team will be driving to 9 states to deliver 2,750 meals. We will provide 1,000 neckties to young men and 100 summer jobs for teens and parents. Scholarships for the STEAM Ignite Summer Camp and a Unique Career Experience programs to help kids on their career pathways way. This year’s telethon will feature our Dollars Make A Difference campaign to engage our younger audience and a social media wall to increase global participation. This will allow people who are not able to physically attend the event to get involved, help raise money, and spread awareness. The use of technology and social media will help engage more online participants to make the event a success. In 2010, KFI was officially designated as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization by the IRS. This event will be streaming live on Facebook at KFI Engage Empower Employ, skype your support in at (810) 515-7849, connect with us on social media Instagram at kids.first.initiative, Twitter at @kidsfirstglobal or come out and join us in person. Please see attached flyer. ###
By: Richard D. Bell on October 15, 2019

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