Ava Z. and Kate H host our show this week, as we talk about sound cloud and music makers which are popular especially by teenagers. This is one kind of social media websites and I think becoming more and more popular these days. We can listen to music they made, and even their live performance! Please enjoy!01 DJingDJing2
Perhaps you may not ever wonder what’s under the surface where we walk and live, but this would be the great chance to know what underground of Portland is like. Join hosts Helen Cunningham and Tyler Simpson as they interview a local reporter and an urban explorer who have spent a lot of time on finding out about Portland’s underground surfaces.01 Blunt_Underground_Portland-10-14-13
Friends and supporters of Blunt Youth Radio. It’s WMPG’s fall fund-raising time and Blunt is set to rock the airwaves with support for what we do. In the past, we’ve had the top-earning hour on WMPG. Amazing! I’m asking you to help make that happen again. And remember, NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL!! We love all donations!!!
Here are 3 ways to make it happen: 1) Call 207-874-3000 during Blunt’s show on Monday, September 30th; that night we’ll run 7:00-8:30 p.m. (not just the usual 7:30-8:30). 2) Donate at www.wmpg.org: Mention Blunt toward the end of the transaction either under the “instructions from buyer” or under the question: “What premiums would you like?” You can request your gift AND mention Blunt. 3) Call ANYTIME 207-874-3000, but be SURE that the person answering the phone writes down the show code for Blunt — lucky number 12!!
I think we all agreee that middle school was an awkward, sweaty time for you. You might not want to be reminded of the middle school life, but let’s look back on your middle school life with us.
Join hosts Gaby Ferrell and Milena Germon as they discuss middle school with middle school teacher at Lincoln Middle School: Antona Briley, 8th grader at Mahoney Middle School: Erica Glidden, and our intern here at the radio station from Tokyo: Naoki Tsujimoto.
Through out the show we’ll be playing clips high school students are talking about their middle school life, please enjoy their fresh voice as well.