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WGY-FM/Albany: iHeartMedia Albany's News Radio 810 & 103.1 WGY and 99.5 the River recently raised $314,000 as part of its 24th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon to benefit the Bernard & Millie Duker Children's Hospital at Albany Med, the only children's hospital in the region.
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KTIS-FM/Minneapolis: KTIS-FM (Minneapolis) and Life 97.9 (Fargo) simultaneously aired a two-day event on May 12-13 and were able to find over 400 new Child Champions (sponsors) for children living in extreme poverty, through the ministry OneChild. L-R: From NW Media's Life 107.1 in Des Moines, Taylor Hohulin, Andy Yousa, OneChild's Faron Dice and Dave St. John.
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WGN-AM/Chicago: WGN is celebrating its 100th anniversary as the 50,000-watt voice of "Chicago's Very Own" during May and throughout all of 2022. The station traces its origins back to May 19, 1922, when Thorne Donnelley and Elliott Jenkins started broadcasting from the Wrigley Building with their experimental station named WDAP. In 1924, the station acquired new call letters WGN and a new owner, Col. Robert McCormick, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune.
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WOKO-FM/Burlington: Hall Communications WOKO Burlington/Plattsburg's 15th annual fundraiser for the University of Vermont Children's Hospital, The Big Change Roundup for Kids, concluded on April 29th with an grand total of $347,029.03 collected. WOKO spent the month of April promoting events planned by the community including a pool tournament, a gymkhana, a concert by The Johnny Cash Tribute Show and more.
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KTIS-FM/Minneapolis: 98.5 KTIS teamed up with a generous donor to make Mother's Day extra special for Twin Cities moms who have been struggling in some way this year. The Heart of a Mom initiative made it possible for listeners to nominate their mom or a motherly figure in their life to have their greatest need fulfilled. Five special mothers had needs met that included long-overdue kitchen and bathroom work, and a reliable vehicle.
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Westwood One: On Friday May 6, Kane Brown revealed in an interview on "Nights with Elaina" that he is seriously pursuing a career in acting. While being interviewed by Westwood One's Elaina D. Smith, he shared that he's been working with an agent and his dream role would be as the hero or comedic relief in a horror movie. L-R: Elaina D. Smith and Kane Brown.
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Westwood One: On Friday May 6, Kane Brown revealed in an interview on "Nights with Elaina" that he is seriously pursuing a career in acting. While being interviewed by Westwood One's Elaina D. Smith, he shared that he's been working with an agent and his dream role would be as the hero or comedic relief in a horror movie. L-R: Elaina D. Smith and Kane Brown.
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Premiere Networks: Premiere Networks-syndicated Brooke & Jeffrey program closed out their first-ever Merch for a Cause promotion with a donation of $18,000 for Heart to Heart International's humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. L-R: Brooke & Jeffrey's Young Jeffrey, Brooke Fox, Jose and Alexis.
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KTSY-FM/Boise: 89.5 KTSY Boise's morning show got a surprise visit from Centricity Music recording artist, Brandon Heath. "I was in town for a Younglife Anniversary celebration, so I thought I would come surprise you. I brought donuts!" Dave and Tristi will celebrate 5 years together on the air in July.
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KOZN-AM/Omaha: While preparing for the Jet Awards in Omaha, recognizing the top return specialist in college football, five college greats joined KOZN (1620 The Zone)'s Damon Benning and Gary Sharp. L-R: Ohio State Wide Receiver Ted Ginn Jr., Minnesota Wide Receiver Rick Upchurch, Oklahoma Wide Receiver Greg Pruitt, Nebraska Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Rogers, Nebraska Heisman Trophy Winner Mike Rozier and KOZN' Damon Benning and Gary Sharp.
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The Sam Alex Show: Atlantic/Bad Realm/WMN's Breland caught up with syndicated host Sam Alex at Live In The Vineyard Goes Country in Napa Valley, California.
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WMMR-FM/Philadelphia: 93.3 WMMR's Preston & Steve Show morning personality Kathy Romano hosted her 13th annual Kathy's Cuts event to benefit Wigs for Kids. The event produced 68 hair donations to benefit the non-profit organization that helps children "look like themselves" and live their lives. L-R: Kathy Romano with donors Mitch and Bridget.
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WRIF-FM/Detroit: 101 WRIF has been named the "Best Local Radio Station" by The Detroit Free Press as part of the "Best of the Best Detroit 2021" Awards. L-R: Detroit VP/Market Manager Mac Edwards, WRIF PD Jade Springart, WRIF Marketing Manager Ken Wasilewski and Beasley Media Group VP of National Content and Director of Detroit Programming Scott Jameson.
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Premiere Networks: Brooke Fox, host of the Premiere Networks-syndicated "Brooke & Jeffrey," joined NBC King 5's New Day Northwest to promote the final days of the radio program's Merch for a Cause. L-R: King 5 Producer Suzie Wiley, King 5 Traffic Anchor Shante Sumpter, Brooke Fox and New Day Northwest Host Amity Addrisi.
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Broadcasters Foundation of America: The Broadcasters Foundation of America honored several industry leaders at its annual breakfast, which took place Wednesday morning.The Leadership Award is presented annually to industry leaders who have made an impact on the broadcast industry and in their local communities. L-R:: Tim McCarthy, Co-President of Broadcasters Foundation and Scott Herman, Chairman of Broadcasters Foundation, pictured with the honorees, Byron Allen, Pierre Bouvard, Christine Travaglini, Dennis Wharton, Ralph Oakley and Gordon Smith.
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Premiere Networks: Elvis Duran and the Morning Show celebrate their 10-year anniversary on iHeartMedia's WLAN (FM97) in Lancaster. The morning crew, including Elvis Duran, Danielle Monaro, Gandhi, Skeery Jones and Nate Marino, attended the affiliate celebration at Queen Street Bistro in Lancaster, PA.
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WCMQ-FM/Miami: Spanish Broadcasting System and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Joe Martinez delivered sweets to the seniors in the Gran Via Apartments on May 15 in Miami. The seniors were overjoyed to receive the tasty sweets and were happy to be able to celebrate Older Americans Month. All COVID-19 CDC guidelines of wearing masks were followed to ensure the health and safety of everyone.
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WSOU-FM/South Orange NJ: Trevor Strnad, lead vocalist for the heavy metal band The Black Dahlia Murder, shows his reaction to receiving a station t-shirt while visiting Seton Hall's WSOU-FM. One of the band's original members, Strnad was at WSOU to participate in a DJ Takeover slong with a meet and greet with listeners. (Photo credit: Faith Kessler)
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KRWQ-FM/Medford: Totals from the 2020 Radiothon for St. Jude as heard on KRWQ (Q100.3) and 107.5 KISS-FM in Medford, OR are in, and this year's total of $401,398 is $38,398 more than last year's Radiothon. L-R: Gemineye of KISS-FM, Ashley Main and Jason Allen of KRWQ (Q100.3) and Curtis Carroll of ALSAC (St. Jude).
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ABC News Radio: Correspondent Aaron Katersky anchors ABC News Radio's live coverage of the Iowa Caucus from Des Moines, IA, with reporting by Deputy Political Director MaryAlice Parks. Photo credit: ABC News
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Sun Broadcast Group: Country superstar Garth Brooks was a recent guest on SBG's ''The Sam Alex Show'' in Nashville.
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WSOU-FM/New York: WSOU Sports Director Dalton Allison, General Manager Mark Maben and staff representative Kaleigh Diamond with some of the more than 1,200 pounds of food Seton Hall University's student-run radio station collected during the station's annual food drive for the Community Foodbank of New Jersey. Against a goal of 895 pounds of food, the students gathered donations totaling 1,202 pounds, surpassing the old record of 908 pounds set in 2018. The food collected by WSOU will provide over 1,500 meals.
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WMAL-FM/Washington: Listeners donated $523,866 during WMAL-FM's two-day radiothon last Friday and Saturday, December 5-6, for the benefit of the Fisher House Foundation, which provides temporary housing and support for families of injured service members at more than 85 houses across the country. Over past 17 years, WMAL listeners have donated over $7 million to the foundation. L-R: WMAL PD and Cumulus News/Talk VP Bill Hess, WMAL hosts Larry O'Connor, Chris Plante and Vince Coglianese, and Fisher House President Dave Coker.
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Premiere Networks: Syndicated personality Delilah recently helped iHeartMedia WLIT (93.9 Lite FM)/Chicago ring in the holidays with a live broadcast from the ''Friends'' Pop-Up Experience at the AT&T Flagship Store on Michigan Ave. Delilah joined Program Director and afternoon host Mick Lee for the broadcast, and then they united with the entire Lite FM staff that night for a ride on the station float for the annual Magnificent Mile Lights Festival Parade.
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Yea Networks: ''The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show'' just returned from their annual Kidd's Kids trip to Walt Disney World, which ran from November 21-25. Each November since 1991, the show takes families with children who have life-threatening or life-altering conditions on a five-day VIP trip. This year, 40 families from affiliate markets took the trip. The program also broadcast their show live from Walt Disney World.
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KRMG-FM/Tulsa: KRMG's 14th annual Stories of Light fundraiser to benefit Make-A-Wish Oklahoma is set to raise $300,000 during the three-day radiothon. To date, it's raised more than $3 million. The KRMG team moved its entire broadcast to LaFortune Park in Tulsa for the radiothon and encouraged listeners to stop by with donations. They are joined by Make-A-Wish staff, volunteers, KRMG supporters, and past Make-A-Wish kids.
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Beasley Media Group: Employees from Beasley Media Group's Las Vegas cluster recently rolled up their sleeves to volunteer at Opportunity Village, a non-profit organization which serves adults in Southern Nevada. Team members lent a helping hand by changing out decorations for the Halloween/Christmas transition at Opportunity Village's ''Magical Forrest.''
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Westwood One: Country superstar Miranda Lambert joined Elaina Smith, co-host of Westwood One's syndicated Country radio show, ''NASH Nights Live,'' for her podcast "Breaking Thru with Elaina." The show featured a new long form conversation about where Lambert is today and how she got to the new music.
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KONO-FM/San Antonio: Dave Rios is celebrating 26 years at KONO 101.1/San Antonio's Greatest Hits and on Saturday, November 2, he'll be inducted into The Texas Radio Hall of Fame in Kilgore, TX.
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WRKO-AM/Boston: Bill O'Reilly, host of Key Networks syndicated daily radio program "The O'Reilly Update," with friends from iHeartMedia affiliate WRKO-AM/Boston at a sold-out live special event, ''An Afternoon with Bill O'Reilly.'' He launched his 15-minute daily radio program in late April and now has 175 affiliates. L-R: WRKO midday host VB, Bill O'Reilly and WRKO morning host Jeff Kuhner. Photo credit: Mario Jarjour
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KKXA-AM/Everett WA: Classic Country KXA celebrated it's 8th birthday over the weekend at the Scuttlebutt Taproom with morning guy Stitch Mitchell, live bands and Chickensh*t Bingo.
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KHPR-FM/Honolulu: HPR/Hawaii Public Radio ''All Things Considered'' host Dave Lawrence spends time with 10,000 Maniacs' Dennis Drew & Mary Ramsey during their debut Hawaii performance at the Blue Note Hawaii.
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