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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.


ANGELINA JOLIE PUSHES FOR BETTER TREATMENT OF REFUGEES: Actress and activist Angelina Jolie is bringing attention to the plight of women and children in conflict zones around the world. Speaking in Kenya to mark World Refugee Day, she visited a training center and discussed preventing sexual violence. "The reality is that women and girls as well as boys and men can still be raped with near-total impunity in conflict zones around the world, and there are still appalling cases of rape and mistreatment of vulnerable women, children and men by peacekeepers sent to protect them," she said. She went on to say that the way refugees are treated – and ensuring that treatment is as just as possible – is a measure of our humanity. COURTNEY COX REGRETS NIPS AND TUCKS: Courtney Cox, 53, admitted that Hollywood’s obsession with staying young led her to make some bad choices. "I grew up thinking that appearance was the most important thing. That’s kind of sad because it got me in trouble. I was trying so hard to keep up, and I actually made things worse," she told NewBeauty in a wide-ranging interview. "And it’s worse in pictures than in real life," Cox said. "I have one friend who was like, ‘Whoa, no more!’ I thought, I haven’t done anything in six months. I didn’t realize." She adds that she has embraced her "smile lines" and has decided that "filters are not my friend." Do you prefer the natural look? IS GAL GADOT EARNING LESS THAN HER MALE COUNTERPARTS? The Internet was abuzz earlier this week with people bemoaning what they say is a gaping gender wage-gap in Hollywood. News broke that Gal Gadot earned $300,000 in Wonder Woman while the movie itself cleared more than $500 million at the box office. Man of Steel’s Henry Cavill, meanwhile, earned $14 million for a less-lucrative and well-received film, outlets report. But did Gadot really make 46 times less than Cavill? As Vanity Fair points out, Gadot’s base salary was $300,000, but she will likely be earning bonuses once the box office receipts are tallied. Furthermore, most actors launch a franchise with a low base and then work their way up, as Chris Evans has done. Evans also reportedly pulled in $300,000 for the first Captain America film. Do you think this is a case of gender gap or has this story been taken out of context? LUCY HALE APOLOGIZES FOR SAYING SHE USED TO LOOK ‘FAT’: Lucy Hale posted a throwback pic of herself on Instagram to celebrate Father’s Day, but it didn’t go exactly as planned. Hale has been under fire over a comment in which she referred to herself as "fat" with critics claiming fat-shaming is wrong … even if you’re just talking about yourself. She later disabled comments on her Instagram photo and took to Twitter to apologize, writing in part: "Sometimes I forget that people are watching everything I do and I say things I don't mean. I'm extremely sorry if my comment about my weight offended anyone." PRINCE PHILIP HOSPITALIZED IN LONDON: Prince Philip was hospitalized to treat an infection "arising from a pre-existing condition," Buckingham Palace reported Wednesday. "Prince Philip is in good spirits and is disappointed to be missing the State Opening of Parliament and Royal Ascot," Buckingham Palace said, adding, "Her Majesty is being kept informed and will attend Royal Ascot as planned this afternoon." Philip, 96, recently said he was retiring from public events, but plans to complete pre-scheduled engagements through August.


Trevor Noah is opening up about the encounters he has had with police officers in America, and points out that they are symptoms of a larger problem. Noah used the recent Philando Castile verdict as a jumping off point. Castile had been pulled over 49 times before police shot and killed him in 2016. The officer who shot him was acquitted of all charges. The South African-born comedian and host of The Daily Show said that in the six years he has been in the U.S., police have stopped him "8 to 10 times." Discussing the places he has been stopped, he mentioned his car, rental cars, a car with rims, a car with no rims and even a Tesla. "I don’t know what silent crime I’m on my way to commit, but I’ve been stopped in a Tesla," he said. He adds that his strategy is to throw his arms out of the window. "I look so stupid when you see me," he said. "I would rather have the cops go, ‘You are weird.’ Every cop that comes to my window like, ‘What the hell are you doing?’ And then we go from there, then I’m like, ‘Alright, cool, but you saw where my hands are.'" Noah said the problem is pervasive and larger than what many people see as cut-and-dry racism. "It’s not racism like n—," he said. "It’s a very different thing."


Actress Kat Graham was caught off guard by Jada Pinkett-Smith’s criticism of her portrayal in the Tupac biopic All Eyez On Me. Pinkett-Smith made headlines when she all but called the biopic a bold-faced lie. She claimed that her life and relationship with Tupac was "reimagined." She commended Graham on her portrayal of her and said it wasn’t her fault. But overall, she called the film "hurtful" to watch. Many have assumed that the scenes were filmed with no counsel from Pinkett-Smith which led to the discrepancies. However, in an interview with E! News, Graham says she spoke with Pinkett-Smith on a couple of occasions and thought all was well. "When I first got the role, I reached out to Jada a year and a half ago… the point of reaching out to her, as well as the other producers on the film, was to insure the integrity of the story and the character," she says. "I even spoke to her last week and she had nothing but support." Despite all of the controversy and mixed reviews, All Eyez On Me had a solid showing at the box office on its opening weekend.


‘Ghostbusters II’ Child Star Hank Deutschendorf Dies Of Apparent Suicide Henry "Hank" Deutschendorf, the child actor who played baby Oscar in Ghostbusters II, died on June 14th of an apparent suicide at the age of 29. According to the San Diego Coroner’s report, it was a suicide by hanging. The former actor was discovered by his twin brother, William, who also starred as baby Oscar in the Ghostbusters sequel, in the apartment he shared with his girlfriend. William confirmed the news in a powerful blog post, "It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my twin brother, Hank. On Wednesday, June 14th, 2017, Henry John Deutschendorf II lost his battle with schizoaffective disorder." Hank – whose uncle was singer John Denver – was also in the 2017 documentary, Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters.

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