96.3 WDVD gets set to Stuff a Bus (or three)
Pop WDVD FM 96.3 Detroit is helping to make sure no child goes without a toy this holiday season as the station calls on listeners to help stuff three buses full of new toys from Thursday, December 2 through Sunday, December 5, 2010.
The 96.3 WDVD Morning Show, Blaine and Allyson in the Morning, will kick off this year's Stuff-A-Bus toy drive by broadcasting live Thursday, December 2 from the bus located at Woodward Avenue & 13 Mile Roads in Royal Oak. 96.3 WDVD DJs will continue to broadcast live over the weekend at all three locations, Kohl's on Ford Road in Canton, at Woodward Avenue and 13 Mile Roads in Royal Oak and Nino Salvaggio's on Hall Road in Clinton Township.
To help out, bring a new, unwrapped toy to one of the Stuff-A-Bus locations. Toys will benefit local charities including Beaumont Children's Hospital, Canton Goodfellows, Ronald McDonald House, Neighborhood Service Organization, Lighthouse, Orchards Children's Services, Volunteers of America, Bridgepoint and many others.
Donation hours are: Thursday-Friday, 5:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m; Saturday-Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
WSDP Plymouth adds Sing Out Radio Magazine to schedule
WSDP FM 88.1 in the Detroit suburb of Plymouth has added 'Sing Out Radio Magazine' to their weekly program schedule for Wednesday mornings at 11. The nationally syndicated show is hosted by Matt Watroba and features interviews along with live and recorded music.
Matt has a passion for folk music that can be seen in his work as a performer, regular Sing Out! writer, and as a longtime public radio host. His love of folk music extends to traditional and contemporary sounds that he has had to chance to bring to listeners for two decades. He delights in connecting the audience with the artists, through their music and exclusive interviews. He is also a former English Teacher at Canton High School.
"Matt has been a wonderful friend of WSDP," said Bill Keith. Station Manager, "His presence has been missed on local radio and we hope his longtime fans will tune in each week."
WSDP is owned and operated by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. The station is staffed by students at Salem and Canton High School and is celebrating 38 years of serving the Plymouth and Canton Communities.