Eric Stancil (Monday, 24 December 2018 18:37)
My name is Eric Stancil and I currently host a weekly hour long radio talk show called "This Is How We See It" out of my home studio in Raleigh, NC where me and my friends discuss current events;
national news and what's happening in the entertainment industry. I am the host, I have 3 co-hosts; we all have very different opinions and ideas which as you know makes for good radio. We cover a
variety of topics but we have no foul language or lewd content on our show. We have been doing the show for 2 years now and loving every minute of it. We are currently airing on quite a few lpfm
radio stations throughout the country and I am writing to see how I could get my show on WOVE?
I appreciate your consideration!
PS - Please click the link below to listen to some of our past episodes:
Nikita (Wednesday, 19 December 2018 13:36)
I’d like to enquire about the process of submitting music for playlisting considereration to your station.
Do you accept email/digital submissions, and is it possible for you to provide me with the relevant contact information?
Looking forward to your reply.
Savannha Sumner (Thursday, 02 August 2018 17:51)
My husband and I own a record label near Charlotte, NC. We have a Nigerian artist who just signed with us not too long ago, as well as released his first single under us. I was wondering how to get
your station to play his song. Thank you.
Please email email@example.com
Jim Vaughn (Tuesday, 12 December 2017 16:49)
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Jason Longwell (Thursday, 20 April 2017 15:07)
Dear WOVE Program Director:
My name is Jason Longwell. I am the Station Manager of Global Community Radio, based in Geneva, New York.
GCR is a 24/7 internet based radio service offering two full time streams of quality non-commercial programming. I am pleased to offer this programming service at no cost to any campus or community
radio station looking for fully hosted content to air during hours when no local student or community programming is available.
The GCR website is:
In short, the two streams of Global Community Radio are:
GCR1: A 64k mono stream offering spoken word content. The emphasis is on news, educational, informational and public service programming.
GCR2: A 128k stereo stream devoted to fully hosted music shows. Shows are scheduled in a block style format, with genres as diverse as Classical, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Broadway Show Tunes, World Beat,
Eclectic/Freeform, and much more.
Any non-commercial radio station is welcome to rebroadcast GCR programming as often as needed. You may rebroadcast shows from GCR1, GCR2, or a mix of both streams, depending on what you think is best
for your community. Legal station IDs are broadcast for all GCR partner stations on both streams at the top of every hour.
Here are the direct URLs for both streams. Most automation systems should be able to connect to these streams.
Please have a look at our schedules, and a listen to our streams. If you think this is something you'd like to pursue, I would be more than happy to start a dialogue with you.
If you don't think Global Community Radio is ideal for your station, but you'd like to air a limited amount of free syndicated programming, I produce and host a series of hour long programs under the
name Quality Radio Productions. Any station may air these shows absolutely free of charge at any time they wish. Stations do not need to participate in Global Community Radio in order to air my
shows. You can learn more about my programs, as well as listen to several episodes of each weekly series by visiting this website:
Also, I am involved with ,or represent in an official capacity, a handful of other syndicated radio programs which I can tell you more about if you are interested, including a weekly talk show about
the radio industry, as well as two musical variety shows.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact me any time.
Don Suhan (Wednesday, 25 January 2017 19:57)
Using any pre recorded shows? I know of Many. Including my own. Free to use LPFM Friendly ( No Commercials)
Ms. Samm Simpson (Friday, 07 October 2016 11:53)
Hello, I'd like to sign up to attend your meeting tomorrow night at 6 to learn more about the station. I've had over 30 years experience in radio, as host, writer, producer, etc. Would love to
volunteer and learn more, 828 288 4855 thanks so much
William Hoyle Fewell (Thursday, 22 October 2015 18:22)
My contact number 8289191162
William Hoyle Fewell (Sunday, 18 October 2015 19:37)
I would like to join you I am working on my degree in broadcasting interned at WCAB
Staley Mcentire (Monday, 19 January 2015 13:11)
Deborah Keller (Monday, 19 January 2015 12:31)
Is there a phone number people can call for info?