WBGO is in the mood for love: Send your love today!
(Published: February 05, 2013)
WBGO is in the mood for love!
CELEBRATE VALENTINE'S DAY WITH A LOVE LETTER TO WBGO JAZZ 88.3
NEWARK, NJ, February 4, 2013 - Valentine's Day is coming, and WBGO Jazz 88.3 is in the mood for love. Listeners are invited to submit love letters via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (please write WBGO Love Letter in the subject line), online at wbgo.org/loveletter or by regular mail to:
WBGO Love Letter
54 Park Place
Newark, NJ 07102
WBGO Jazz 88.3 loves its listeners and the station expresses it each and every day through its programming. WBGO appreciates all the love people give through listening, volunteering, contributing and just being a part of the public radio family.
"We think it will be fun to celebrate Valentine's Day with love letters to let our supporters know that others share their feelings, " said Cephas Bowles, WBGO's President and CEO. "People can send an actual letter telling us why they love the station or a particular announcer, a poem, a song or any expression of love. In case some of our listeners don't know how we feel, I'll borrow words from Duke Ellington and confirm that WBGO loves you madly."
Show your love today with a letter to the area's only 24-hour jazz station. Letters may be read on-air and posted to www.wbgo.org.
Founded in 1979, Newark Public Radio, Inc. is a publicly supported cultural institution that champions jazz at WBGO 88.3 FM in Newark, New Jersey and worldwide via wbgo.org. WBGO is the recognized world leader in jazz radio and one of the most respected jazz presenters in the country, and offers award-winning news and innovative children's programs. Beyond reaching 400, 000 weekly listeners (including 17, 000 contributing members) on air, online and via mobile devices, WBGO presents live broadcasts from prestigious jazz venues and produces acclaimed programs for NPR heard by millions. WBGO is Jazz Week magazine's 2010 Major Market Station of the Year.
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More Information: http://www.wbgo.org
Carolyn McClair Public Relations