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Contest Rules

Longport Media official contest rules for

WMGM-FM, WWAC-FM, WTKU-FM & WOND-AM, WBSS-AM

 

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.

CELEBRITY GOSSIP

REPORT: PRINCE HARRY INTRODUCES MEGHAN MARKLE TO THE QUEEN: Prince Harry took Meghan Markle to Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Elizabeth II last Thursday, according to a report in the Daily Mail. He reportedly staged a "deliberately informal" tea to put Markle at ease and make sure their meeting wasn’t "widely publicized." This report comes amid significant engagement buzz around the couple, and less than a month after the pair made their first joint official appearance together at the 2017 Invictus Games. MODEL INES RAU FIRST TRANSGENDER MODEL TO BE PLAYBOY PLAYMATE: For Playboy’s November 2017 issue, model Ines Rau will make her second appearance in the pages of the magazine, but this time she will grace the centerfold as its Playmate, the first transgender model to do so. Rau first graced Playboy’s pages in May 2014. She has also modeled for Vogue Italia and Balmain, among other brands. The magazine is also pushing forward with another first: to celebrate its founder, the late Hugh Hefner, the magazine will feature a man by himself for the first time on the cover of collector’s edition for November/December. BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER NICHOLAS BRENDON ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Nicholas Brendon, best known for his role as Xander Harris on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, was arrested on felony domestic charges earlier this month. According to reports, he and his girlfriend got into a physical altercation at a bar in Palm Springs on October 11th. This is not Brendon’s first run-in with police. In 2015, he was arrested for choking a girlfriend during an argument and pled guilty to criminal mischief. He was arrested for vandalism in 2010 and property damage in 2014. MAYIM BIALIK APOLOGIZES FOR THIRD TIME FOR CONTROVERSIAL SEXUAL HARASSMENT OP-ED: Mayim Bialik is "truly sorry" for her op-ed in The New York Times. The Big Bang Theory star penned a piece titled "Mayim Bialik: Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World" in which she wrote that she makes "choices every day" that are "wise," such as dressing "modestly" and not acting "flirtatiously." The response was immediate, and after issuing lukewarm apologies, she took to Instagram Wednesday to share a statement which reads in part: "Let me say clearly and explicitly that I am very sorry. What you wear and how you behave does not provide any protection from assault, nor does the way you dress or act in any way make you responsible for being assaulted; you are never responsible for being assaulted." DANIELLE DARRIEUX DIES AT AGE 100: One of the grande dames of French cinema has died at age 100. Danielle Darrieux made more than 100 films over eight decades. She died at her home in Bois-le-Roi, France. She appeared in classic films such as La Ronde in 1950 and Le Rouge Et Le Noir in 1954. She also appeared in Hollywood and Broadway hits, including The Rage Of Paris with Douglas Fairbanks Jr in 1938; 1951’s Rich Young And Pretty for MGM; 5 Fingers with James Mason in 1952, and United Artists’ Alexander The Great with Richard Burton in 1956.

THE MOST PROFITABLE HOLLYWOOD ACTOR IS EMILIO ESTEVEZ (& BRAD PITT IS LEAST)

Proving once again that truth is stranger than fiction, Emilio Estevez is the most profitable star in Hollywood. Analysts from PartyCasino, a unit of the GVC gaming group, studied box office data between 1980 and 2017 and determined that the Young Guns star delivered the most return for any male actor who has been featured in at least 10 movies. The report found that for every $1 spent on Estevez’s films, he generated $6.70 at the box office. Next up: Brad Pitt? The Rock? Nope! Jean-Claude Van Damme came in second, bringing in $4.20 for every $1 spent. Next up were Mel Gibson with $3.50 and Tyler Perry and Dudley Moore tying at $3 for every $1 spent. Pitt, meanwhile, brought in only 10 cents for every $1 spent, making him the least profitable actor, while Johnny Depp at 20 cents, Robert De Niro at 24 cents and Hugh Jackman at 25 cents also appear to be notably bad investments.

LINDSAY LOHAN SAYS 'MOST WOMEN IN AMERICA' DIDN'T CARE WHEN SHE WAS 'ABUSED'

Lindsay Lohan has jumped on the trending #MeToo bandwagon, but in a most unusual way. On Wednesday night, Lohan shared an Instagram photo from the set of The Parent Trap, along with a long caption about the abuse she endured with ex-fiance Egor Tarabasov. She claimed that when she was "abused" no one cared. "Whatever anyone says, I am FOR #womenempowerment as if most women in America cared how I was abused by my exfiancé… when not one person stood up for me while he was abusing me. You could only imagine what it feels like to come out as a #strongwoman BUT, acknowledge this, we all make our own choices and wake up in our own beds in the morning. I prefer to go to my home and wake up alone. #BESTRONG let us not blame anyone as #karma will always takes its toll." That was the original caption, as captured by The Daily Mail. But then she changed it, softening the tone: "Whatever anyone says, I am FOR #womenempowerment #strongwoman #BESTRONG #karma will always takes its toll. #womensrights" Last week, Lohan got blowback for defending accused rapist Harvey Weinstein in an Instagram story. In August of 2016, the Daily Mail published photos of an altercation between Lohan and Tarabasov. The Mail interviewed her as well. During the interview, Lohan made a series of disturbing comments: "There have been so many lies printed about me recently. I’ve kept quiet for so long but now I’m scared of what Egor might do to me and to himself. I realize now you can’t stay in a relationship just for love. No woman can be hit and stay with that person if that person isn’t prepared to say sorry."

WEINSTEIN EMPLOYEES RELEASE STATEMENT

A group of Weinstein Company employees have issued a statement strongly condemning their former boss, the accused serial rapist and harasser Harvey Weinstein. In a statement to The New Yorker, staff members write that they were unaware of the assaults, but admit that they were in fact part of the problem. The statement reads in part: "We came to work at this company because we love movies. We grew up watching Miramax films, and came to associate that name, and later the name Weinstein, with great storytelling. "Some of us have been here for years, others for just for a few months. Some have been here since their first college internship, others joined the team after a rigorous application process. All of us were excited to get the job, proud to be working for a company with such an illustrious history." The statement acknowledges Weinstein’s significant personality issues: "We all knew that we were working for a man with an infamous temper. We did not know we were working for a serial sexual predator. We knew that our boss could be manipulative. We did not know that he used his power to systematically assault and silence women. We had an idea that he was a womanizer who had extra-marital affairs. We did not know he was a violent aggressor and alleged rapist. "But to say that we are shocked and surprised only makes us part of the problem." The statement goes on to request being freed from their NDAs so that they can be free to create a safe place to work: "We know that in writing this we are in open breach of the non-disclosure agreements in our contracts. But our former boss is in open violation of his contract with us – the employees – to create a safe place for us to work. "We have nothing to hide, and are as angry and baffled as you are at how Harvey’s behavior could continue for so long. We ask that the company let us out of our NDAs immediately – and do the same for all former Weinstein Company employees – so we may speak openly, and get to the origins of what happened here, and how. "We unequivocally support all the women who have come forward, many of whom we count among our own friends and colleagues. Thank you for speaking out. When The New York Times and The New Yorker articles broke, we wept. We see you, we admire you, and we are in this fight alongside you." Since The New York Times issued a bombshell October 5th report detailing Weinstein’s alleged harassment, assault and rape of women over several decades, more than 40 women have come forward with their personal stories of being verbally or physically attacked by him. Weinstein has been fired from his company and ousted from the Academy and Producers Guild of America. His brother Bob Weinstein has also been accused of harassment. Members of Hollywood’s A-List, including most recently Channing Tatum, are pulling out of projects with the company.

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