Radio Station Information
City of License:
Auburn Hills, MI
WXOU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Auburn Hills, MI. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I would like to know what is your song submission policy? I have a new song just released I think would be very encouraging to your listening audience.
Link to song: https://soundcloud.com/gloriaj-1/it-was-jesus
Please take a listen and let me know if you want me to send this song to your station for radio airplay.
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By: Michael Bell on February 28, 2014
Hi, I would like to know what is your song submission policy? I have a CD entitled " I Saw Two Rainbows In The Sky." How can I submit a free copy to your radio station? My CD is on iTunes. My most requested songs are " It's All About You" and "Sing Luther Sing." Please let me know if you can help me out.
By: Dadisi Netifnet on March 17, 2015
The National Driving Safety Awareness Assoc. is hosting a Distracted Driving Awareness Charitable Walk in the Birmingham Home Town Memorial Day Parade.
N.D.S.A.A. is in need of Volunteers to March Against Distracted Drivers on May 21st, 2017 at 1:00pm and begins on Old Woodward Ave. and Browns 586-359-7091
By: John Dunn on April 29, 2017
For Immediate Release
The Knights of Columbus of the Archdiocese of Detroit and the Lomas Brown Foundation with support of the NFL Detroit Lions Alumni Association and St. Damien Catholic Church are teaming up to provide Coats for Kids in the Pontiac area. Saturday December 16 from 8 AM until Noon coats will be provided for all that are in need. Location of this free event is St Damien of Moloki Parish Hall 46352 Woodward Ave. Pontiac 48342.
Former Detroit Lions Player and Colts Super Bowl winner Tom Nowatzke is coordinating with Lomas Brown and the Detroit Lions Alumni to volunteer along with members of the Knights of Columbus. All will greet families and assist with proper fitting of the gift of a new warm winter coat.
The Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program, which allows Local & State councils across North America the opportunity to purchase new winter coats for children at a discount and to distribute them to children in need in their local communities at no cost to the recipient. Through our Coats for Kids program, 1,780 local councils distributed 87,906 coats to children in need throughout the United States and Canada in 2016.
For more info. call; Kevin Rowley Mich. State Knights of Columbus Youth Activities Director 586-596-8649.
By: Gary L. Merritt on December 11, 2017
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