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City of License:
Birds Of A Feather Media Limited
WIOF is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 104.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Woodstock, NY.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
great shows - thank you so much ! - how do I get it online
By: Jane on March 30, 2017
Love the station. Is there a web site? does it stream online? Need more information on who and what I'm listening to. Thanx, keep up the good work.
By: Juliana on December 9, 2017
This is Stephen Johnson from Kingston band Future350 Nu Bossa and song writer of Five Generation Down.
We have a new unpublished pro vote song titled 'Babylonia' it is in 2 formats ( 45 second MP3, 3:30 MP3 or WAV) that would be suitable for various programing or intros.
Would you provide a email address that I can forward them to you and direct them accordingly,
For the cause.
" I love this track musically and lyrically. This is the first time I heard a "Bossa" Protest song of this kind. The message is strong and positive. This is essential music which you can dance and listen to at the same time. Music created by a professional musician who cares for his community. Stephen keep continuing the good work as an essential worker. Respect and love." - Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi.
President of MFM Musicians for Musicians NYC
By: Stephen Johnson on September 27, 2020
I generally like 104.1 very much and am particularly grateful for Thom Hartman Show and Amy Goodman's Democracy Now. However, you broadcast shows that are spreading anti-vaccine propaganda. Both Gary Null and whoever was on Sat. 12/12 between 2:00 and 3:00, have extreme attitudes about the coming coronavirus vaccine that are a danger to public health. The program I heard today, Sat., stated, e.g., that Sweden's herd immunity approach was successful and they never had a second wave. As of today, Sweden's infection and death rate has spiked and reached by far the largest swath of their population since the pandemic began. The broadcaster (sorry I didn't catch his name) said coronavirus is just a cold virus that "we" let get out of hand." In fact, the novel coronavirus, called "novel" for a reason, is only in a group of viruses that includes the common cold. He stated that the flu vaccine has been shown to cause coronavirus. He kept saying "this is the science." Saying it does not make it so. Gary Null has been spewing this misinformation for years. Yes, the First Amendment guarantees our freedom of speech. The exception is the equivalent of yelling "fire" in a crowded theater when there is none, and the views of these two radio hosts fall solidly into that category. We will not eradicate the novel coronavirus without a majority of the population being vaccinated. You should strongly consider eliminating these shows from your lineup. And tell your listeners why.
By: PATRICIA GROSSMAN on December 12, 2020
I am very thankful that 104.1 has been playing a variety of representative views of both sides of the conversation on Masks and Vaccination... I understand how people are fearful for the unknown's of Covid 19 - but the open conversation cannot go away without severely damaging our ability to get to truth. Eliminating the diverse perspectives regarding Covid and Covid Related issues - Lockdowns, Quarantines, Masks, Social Distancing, Vaccinations, etc- starves the audience of understanding what the "other side" is thinking and acting upon. I feel strongly that 104.1 does present very many views that could be considered, as I do, as propaganda. I will not name names, because some of the commentators are very beloved and considered authoritative on either side of the divide. Thank you for balancing the Forum. May we all listen to each other's concerns and move to act from a fuller perspective without judgement.
By: Thomas Schnaidt on January 2, 2021
As Patricia Grossman, commented December 12, 2020, I am terribly concerned about what you yourself, Thomas Schnaidt, said, 'propaganda'... I had the Covid19 virus last year, April. I have very bad long term symptoms from this. I had a close friend, who almost died from the virus, wishing he could die, he said himself.
I understand the concept of 'open conversation', and its all over social media, including a friend or two of mine. My concern is that, this is not supported by thousands of doctors, WHO,
CDC, all over the world. We know that violent behavior of some 'anti maskers'. I have had run-ins with them. I know there is no sense in discussion with 'conspiratorists'. It's a question of freedom of speech, yes, but as has been shown by the events on an. 6, after years of conspiracy, terrible results, are the outcome. perhaps, a fair, discussion, with, At the same time, as he, (its a He, as far as I know), has his time on the radio. It's almost damaging to me to listen, which I don't for any period of time.
the question. Where does free speech end, and hate and violence continue, on such a radio program? My concerns.
Robert Dorn, Red Hook NY
By: robert dorn on February 16, 2021
A friend told me about the station. Grateful to my friend and your station for presenting guests like Vandana Shiva, Dr. Mercola and even Gary Null. We deserve to hear all sides of the issues and come to our own decisions. We are in uncharted territory with conflicting opinions coming from experts whose motivations may not be as pure as one would hope. The author, James Lee Burke, wrote, I believe it's in his novel, NEW IBERIA BLUES, "The term 'conspiracy theory' has become a term of contempt, I suspect because many of the electorate cannot accept that sometimes more evil exists at the top of society than at the bottom."
Also consider the words of Voltaire, "To learn who rules over you simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." What happened to "Question Authority"?
By: Marianne on April 1, 2021
Hey all at this station, I love your programming. I was just wondering, how many watts are you powering? Because I live in Cottekill, and when I'm driving around the Kingston area the station gets a lot of static, and sometimes just goes out in a flurry of static.
I guess what I'm asking is, are there any plans to extend the broadcasting power you know, up the wattage?
I hope so. Either way, keep on keepin' on with the great programming. I wouldn't change a thing.
By: Scott on October 11, 2021
Listening to Gary Null last night I was disgusted to hear him quote Cornell West OUT OF CONTEXT to prop up his OPINIONS.So sad Null is allowed to rave on on an otherwise great radio station.
My suggestion. Dump Null. He's a total quack. And people with sincere desire to "know" are being fed other "quacks" disguised as his "expert guests".
By: Lucy on October 25, 2021
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