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Support local radio by donating to WYCE fund drive

It's that time of year for fund drives all across the state. Local radio WYCE will begin its campaign on Halloween and run for a week.

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Donate now to listener supported, independent radio  WYCE 88.1 FM

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Beginning Friday, October 31 local community radio station WYCE will begin its Fall fund drive. Listeners can donate at their convenience by giving online at

Some new happenings at WYCE include the new station manager, AJ Paschka who has just taken the helm this month.

"I believe that supporting a local radio station like WYCE 88.1 FM is an investment in the community here. We help many non-profits and local businesses get their messages out and make sure that local music is able to be heard. Often they are not able to reach an audience of the scale that WYCE reaches. We do that while making life a little better by playing an amazing and eclectic selection of music 24 hours a day and 7 days a week," says Paschka.

Local Spins, a live studio show hosted by music journalist John Sinkevics features in-studio performers on Fridays from 11 a.m. to noon. The debut of Live at Weatlhy is a new concert series that has brought national performers to the stage at Wealthy Theatre. And in collaboration with Community Media Center partners Wealthy Theatre and GRTV, WYCE will continue programming into 2015 to continue support for local non-profit organizations. 

Among some of the donar incentives are dinner and a show, new YCE tees, WYCE winter caps and Direct Trade Coffee. 

A new WYCE website is in the works and will be announced when completed.



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