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Contest Rules

Longport Media official contest rules for



All contests on stations owned by Longport Media, LLC are open to the general public except for employees, agents, subsidiaries and affiliates of Longport Media, LLC, participating sponsors, their immediate families and household members.


Contest participants must be 18 years or older unless otherwise specified at point of entry.


No purchase necessary and contests are void where prohibited.


Listeners are eligible to win a contest once every 30 days.  Only one winner per household is permitted in any contest.


After winning a prize valued at over $600, winners must wait one full year before they are eligible to win another prize valued at over $600.


The station reserves the right to limit the number of times an individual may participate in a contest or drawing and the right to end a contest at any time without advance notice.  The station also reserves the right to supplement or change contest rules at any time.


All decisions by station judges and management with respect to a contest are final.


All local, state, federal and other taxes or fees for prizes awarded become the sole responsibility of the winner.  All prizes are awarded “as is.”  Gifts are nontransferable and cannot be exchanged.  Those who win prizes valued at over $600 will be issued an IRS Form 1099 to report their winnings.


The stations are not responsible for the failure of participating sponsors to deliver prizes as promised.


All contest participants and winners agree that the station, Longport Media and affiliates shall have no liability and shall be held blameless for any injury, misfortune or damage to either persons or property insured by entering, participating in, winning or losing any contest by use or non-use of any prize received.


All prizes are to be picked up and claimed in person at the station during regular business hours and within thirty calendar days of winning (excluding holidays).  Proper identification must be presented to claim prize.  After such time, ownership of said prize reverts back to the station to be disposed of at the station’s discretion.  The winner then loses all claims and rights to said prize. 


After entry blanks, forms, devices and materials, as well as all the information contained on or within, gathered during the course of entry, shall become the sole property of the station to be used, disposed of or destroyed at the discretion of the station.


All contest participants and winners agree that the station may broadcast or publish their name, city of residence, photo, videotape, film or any other likeness including their voice (recorded or live) for any reason the station deems necessary without compensation.  All contest participants and winners further agree to hold the station blameless and without liability for such publication, broadcast or use.


Stations reserve the right to require contest participants to be present at drawings to qualify to win prizes.  All contest winners are required to give their full name upon winning.  They may not call and give another name to claim the prize… contest participants can only win for themselves.  Noncompliance with this rule may result in disqualification.


Violations of any of these rules or attempts to win any contest by fraud, deception or cheating shall be grounds for the station to disqualify that individual from participating in all current and future contests and events at the sole discretion of the station as well as forfeiture of any prize or prizes won by fraudulent means.


Stations may not be held responsible for any technical difficulties that result in a potential winner being disconnected on studio lines.


Contest participants using the internet must provide a valid e-mail address.  There is a limit of one entry per e-mail address.


Longport Media and sponsors are not responsible for technical, hardware, software, telephone or other transmission failures of any kind; lost or unavailable network connections; or incomplete, garbled or delayed computer transmissions whether caused by stations, users, by any equipment or programming utilized in promotions, games or contests or by human error which may occur in the processing of submissions which may limit a participant’s ability to participate.


Longport Media reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to cancel or suspend a promotion, game or contest should a virus, bug, computer or other problem beyond the control of the stations corrupt the administration, security or proper execution of any internet promotion, game or contest or in the internet portion of any promotion, game or contest.  Longport Media, in it sole discretion, may award prizes to entries received by alternate means.  All internet participants agree to be bound by these rules and the official rules listed above.

Contest rules are subject to change at any time without notice.


A complete copy of these rules can be obtained at the offices of Longport Media, 1601 New Road, Linwood, NJ 08221 during normal business hours Monday through Friday or by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to this address.


The battle between Johnny Depp and The Management Group continues. Now, Depp is demanding that his business mangers' allegations about his "psychological issues" and "compulsive spending disorder" be stricken from court records, according to a report in The Daily Mail. Court documents obtained by the publication reveal that Depp, 54, believes his former business managers are disclosing information in an effort to humiliate him. He claims that they are adding "irrelevant and improper" statements and "inflammatory material" to "viciously attack" him. The Pirates of the Caribbean actor filed a $25 million lawsuit in January accusing Robert and Joel Mandel of financial misconduct and fraud. He claims their negligence has resulted in $5.6 million in tax penalties and interest. The firm countersued, claiming he lived an extravagant lifestyle that included an $18 million yacht and monthly $30,000 wine tabs. Other extravagances included a $7,000 couch featured on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and $17,000 worth of Prada handbags and luggage. Last week, a judge ruled that Depp’s spending habits were irrelevant in the case. On Thursday, TMB went back to court with an amended cross-complaint that added more details of his spending, including an $18 million yacht, $200,000 per month on private plane fees and $500,000 in rental fees for his Hollywood memorabilia. In the court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Depp is demanding that the judge amend their countersuit and strike 100 paragraphs of allegations and "irrelevant" details from the record.


Inconceivable actor Nicolas Cage posed for a photo opp in Kazakh costume at the 13th Eurasia International Film Festival, and man, was it a doozy. Cage was photographed wearing a traditional Kazakh coat and hat, usually donned by nomadic horsemen of the steppes, at the festival opener in Kazakhstan’s futuristic capital Astana. He was photographed standing next to the country’s first lady, Sara Nazarbayeva, who seemed blissfully unaware of his discomfort. The combination of the unusual attire and his inexplicably befuddled expression of silent suffering caused a minor tempest on social media. The 53-year-old didn’t seem miserable the entire time at the Eurasia International Film Festival, noticeably perking up while attending a children’s film competition and meeting with disabled children. The festival runs from July 22nd-July 28th.


GAL GADOT COMFORTS CRYING FAN IN WONDER WOMAN COSTUME: Gal Gadot won a whole new batch of fans after footage of her comforting an overwhelmed fan emerged. The young girl was dressed in classic Wonder Woman gear (the cape and tiara), but became overwrought when faced with Gadot at the Comic-Con Justice League fan signing on Saturday. While it’s unclear why the girl was distressed, Gadot can be heard comforting the girl, while holding her hands and saying, "There's no reason to cry...we are together." In other inspiring Wonder Woman news, Warner Bros. confirmed at Comic-Con that there will indeed be a sequel to the blockbuster. LEONARDO DICAPRIO, KATE WINSLET AUCTION THEMSELVES OFF: A private dinner with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet will be up for grabs at this year’s Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation gala held on July 26th in St. Tropez, France. A lucky bidder will have an opportunity to dine with friends and former Titanic costars in the fall at the place of their choosing in New York City. Proceeds from the gala and auction will support the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation which, since 2008, has made more than $80 million in grants to environmental causes. BACHELOR IN PARADISE STARS AMANDA STANTON & ROBBY HAYES SPARK DATING RUMORS: A new photo of Amanda Stanton and Robby Hayes holding hands is circulating, sparking speculation that the Bachelor in Paradise stars are a thing. Both were down in Mexico shooting the upcoming BIP season, and likely had plenty of opportunities to get to know each other better. Stanton finished forth on Ben Higgin’s Bachelor season and was briefly engaged to Josh Murray before calling it quits in December of 2016. Would you root for this pair? LENA DUNHAM SHUTS DOWN JACK ANTONOFF MARRIAGE RUMORS: Lena Dunham acted quickly in response to a marriage rumor she inadvertently started in an Instagram caption. On Monday, the Girls star shared a shot of herself modeling a dress made by her boyfriend Jack Antonoff’s sister, referring to Rachel as her "sister-in-law." Her followers immediately started asking whether she was secretly married. The 31-year-old commented: "I've called Rachel that for years. No ring." Dunham and Antonoff may not be official yet, but Dunham has spoken out about what their wedding would be like, telling PrideSource last summer: "Jack and I have talked about it and we've always said that when we get married we want our wedding party to just be our two sisters in tuxedos. Jack has a straight sister, I have a queer sister; they'd be our best men / women and we'll call it a day. That's our dream." ALEXA CHUNG POSES TOPLESS FOR LOVE: British model Alexa Chung is posing topless for Love magazine, along with models Ashley Graham and Doutzen Kroes. In the black-and-white photo, Patrick Demarchelier captures her in nothing more than a pair of simple dark jeans cinched with a jeweled belt. The arresting image comes a week after reports of Chung splitting from actor Alexander Skarsgard surfaced. TOM STURRIDGE EXITS 1984 ON A STRETCHER: The Broadway version of George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984 has claimed another victim. Theater-goers have reportedly been vomiting and fainting due to the intense nature of the show, and last week, Jennifer Lawrence was spied tossing her cookies in the lobby (her rep told reporters it was a stomach bug). Now, Tom Sturridge, one of the stars of the show, exited the show in need of medical attention. "Sturridge collapsed over the weekend onstage during a torture scene. It was wild. He was dehydrated and taken out on a stretcher," spy told The New York Post, adding, "Two ladies fainted in the audience." After the incident Sturridge returned to the show for the final two performances of the weekend, but co-stars Olivia Wilde and Reed Birney made sure there was plenty of water for him this time backstage.


Ariel Winter is almost as famous for her social media takedowns of trolls and body-shamers as she is for her role on Modern Family. The 19-year-old took to Snapchat to share a new tattoo written across her backside that seems to speak to her penchant for self-acceptance and baring all: "Love risks everything and asks for nothing." This tattoo joins several (at least 10) other tattoos on her body. One, a wedge of cheese on her finger, she got with her boyfriend Levi Meaden, who has a tattoo of a peanut butter jar on his finger. They call themselves "PB&C" for, you guessed it, peanut butter and cheese. She has another with Meaden as well: they each got half of a red heart last month. Discussing her love of tattoos with Entertainment Tonight in October of 2016, she said: "I love getting tattoos. I think it's a super fun way of expressing yourself. I only get tattoos that are really meaningful to me and I love it."

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