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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.

  • KATE WINSLET, ONCE KNOWN AS 'BLUBBER,' RECALLS BEING FAT-SHAMED AS A KID

    It’s hard to believe the seven-time Academy Award nominee and all-around gorgeous woman Kate Winslet has been consistently bullied for being "fat" and was once even locked in a cupboard by her school-age tormentors, but it's true, the actress says.

    The Oscar-winner shared her personal story and extended words of empowerment to a room full of children at a charity event this week. Speaking in London, Winslet recalls the insults and degradation: "They called me ‘Blubber.’ Teased me for wanting to act. Locked me in the cupboard. Laughed at me."

    • Unfortunately, the ugly derision didn’t end in the schoolroom. Winslet remembers career advice suggesting she would be "lucky" to even get a shot at acting, and should be "happy to settle for the fat girl parts."
    • Even when she was established, the name-calling didn’t end. Winslet told Rolling Stone back in 1998 that Titanic director James Cameron used to call her "Kate Weighs-a-Lot."
    • But she "fought back," she says, and advises kids to do the same: "I had to choose to rise above it all, and I had to work hard. You have to be indestructible to do what you love, and believe that you are worth it. And sometimes that’s the hardest part."

  • JAY MOHR CLAIMS WIFE NIKKI COX IS BATTLING MENTAL HEALTH AND DRUG ISSUES

    The Ghost Whisperer’s Jay Mohr is claiming that his estranged wife Nikki Cox is battling untreated mental health issues and drug addiction, according to People Magazine.

    He is requesting sole physical and joint legal custody of their son Meredith, 5, according to court documents filed Friday, March 10th and obtained by People.

    • Mohr wants Cox to have "reasonable visitation with Meredith," but insists that the visits "be professionally monitored."
    • Mohr filed for divorce from Cox for the second time in December after 10 years of marriage. Initially, Mohr was requesting joint physical and legal custody, but alleges that since then, "Based upon the increasing hostility in our home, Nikki’s ongoing refusal to attend her mental health issues … her abuse of drugs, and her failure to respect boundaries, I had no choice but to obtain alternate housing for me and our son."
    • The documents go on to claim that Cox is "incapable" of caring for Meredith and alleges that she has left ovens on and doors open at night, and once administered a double dose of medication to Meredith, causing him to vomit.
    • The ongoing issues are causing major disruption and distress in Meredith’s life, Mohr claims: "Meredith is exhibiting signs of regression, both at home and in school (he is starting to have bathroom accidents throughout the day) … His behavior is deteriorating both at school and with his therapists."

  • WILLIAM SHATNER, NICK VIALL CALL A TRUCE

    William Shatner is not at all happy that Nick Viall is on Dancing with the Stars, and he wants the Bachelor star to get the boot. Shatner went on a Twitter tirade against Viall on Monday and Tuesday, urging viewers to vote off the reality star, saying, "My goal for #DWTS is to knock Bachelor Nick out ASAP. Who is with me?"

    The Star Trek actor, who said he’s watched the show "for years," doesn’t even seem to have a horse in the race, tweeting, "Whoever your favorite is - just not Nick- make the 10 phone calls for them." Shatner said that any fans who watched the Bachelorette season with Andi Dorfman would understand his dislike. Viall simply responded to Shatner with a sad emoji.

    Dancing with the Stars host Tom Bergeron asked for a truce on Wednesday, wishing Shatner a happy birthday and tweeting, "Any chance I can negotiate a truce between you & @viallnicholas28 ??" Later, Bergeron joked, "If I can bring peace to this reality show I’m moving on to @Schwarzenegger & @realDonaldTrump."

    Shatner finally made peace, sort of, with Viall, offering him a virtual rose. The peace offering was accepted, with Nick wishing Shatner a belated happy 86th birthday. "Saw Nick Viall dance," Shatner said 45 minutes after extending his peace offering. "He can really dance. I hope he’s as good a lover."

  • BRAD PITT IS REKINDLING OLD FRIENDSHIPS AFTER SPLIT FROM ANGELINA

    Brad Pitt may not be quite ready to date yet, but he is taking other steps as he continues to separate his life from estranged wife Angelina Jolie, insiders tell People.

    The 53-year-old has been "in better spirits" recently after the tough split from Jolie in September. And as the two sort out their separation and a custody agreement for their six children Pitt "often has friends over" to hang out and blow off steam an insider spills.

    • Reconnecting with people seems to be energizing him, the source says: "Old friends are back in his life, and he seems happy about it."
    • In addition to connecting with old pals, he’s "lost a few pounds" and is spending a great deal of time pursuing his new hobby – sculpture.

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