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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.


Four Duggar sisters are taking legal action in the molestation scandal that has haunted their older brother Josh Duggar and their entire family since it broke in 2015. Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy Duggar have filed a federal breach-of-privacy suit against In Touch magazine and the Arkansas city of Springdale, Arkansas’ Washington County and members of the police force in Arkansas. At issue are police documents released to In Touch by law enforcement through a Freedom of Information Act request in 2015. The documents revealed that Josh had molested several girls, including five of his sisters. In Touch did not name the alleged victims by name, but they came out in the ensuing firestorm when Jessa and Jill participated in an interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox’s The Kelly File. Jinger and Joy confirm they were victims too in the lawsuit, according to reports. The fifth victim is unknown. In addition to revealing that Josh molested underage girls when he was a teen, the released documents alleged that his parents were aware of the situation. The four sisters are seeking unspecified damages. When In Touch published its first report, the Duggar family was starring in TLC’s wildly popular 19 Kids and Counting, which documented the devout Baptist family’s adventures. Since the scandal broke, Josh admitted to and apologized for molesting girls. His family publicly forgave him. The TLC later cancelled 19 Kids and Counting, but the Duggar family has been involved in several stand-alone specials for TLC since then. In response to the lawsuit, the city of Springfield released a statement which reads in part: "The claims and allegations in this lawsuit are without merit and are false, and we are confident that the Federal Court will take the time to carefully hear the facts and arguments in this matter. …It is unfortunate that now, at this late date, the Plaintiffs have chosen to file a misguided lawsuit against dedicated public servants and seeking damages from public tax dollars."


The Ridley Scott-helmed Alien: Covenant initially looked like it would come in with around $40 million in box office receipts this weekend, but it ended up bringing in $36 million, a decent haul but nothing spectacular, considering its production cost in the high $90 million range, according to Deadline. Alien: Covenant also lags behind Prometheus’ opening of $51 million and Alien v. Predator’s $38 million. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 nipped at Alien’s heels, with a $35.1 million box office this weekend in its third weekend out.


LENA DUNHAM CANCELS LENNY LETTER TOUR: Girls creator Lena Dunham and showrunner Jenni Konner had planned a six-city tour as an extension of their morning newsletter, Lenny Letter. Dunham, who has been publicly battling endometriosis for years, has suffered a painful relapse. On Friday, she told fans that her current health status precludes the Lenny IRL Tour. "My body, which I’ve worked through all kind of pain for many years, just doesn’t have what it takes to do this tour," Dunham said in her letter Friday. Were you planning on checking out Lenny IRL? TAMERA MOWRY-HOUSLEY OPENS UP ABOUT INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE: Tamera Mowry-Housley, who is biracial, is opening up her marriage to Adam Housley, who is white. The Real co-host says that recently she’s been getting criticism for her relationship, simple because it’s interracial. She tells Momtastic: "I think the criticism is even worse now, with the racial tension we’re seeing and the political climate. But my husband, who is so great, said, ‘You know what, Tamera? This is just teaching you to focus on the thousands of people that are for you, as opposed to the very few people who are against you.’ He’s right." VANESSA BAYER IS LEAVING SNL AFTER 7 SEASONS: The longest-running female member of Saturday Night Live is leaving after seven seasons. Bayer took her last bow at the Season 42 finale Saturday night. Bayer, 35, is leaving as her contract expires and it is unclear what her move will be next. She is most beloved for her portrayal of Rachel (originally played by Jennifer Aniston) from Friends, child actress Laura Parsons and Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy. The news comes after Bobby Moynihan said he is departing after nine seasons. He is set to star in CBS’ Me, Myself and I. NAOMI WATTS SAYS TWIN PEAKS REBOOT IS SHROUDED IN SECRECY: While Twin Peaks premiered Sunday on Showtime, even the stars of the series didn’t know what to expect. Naomi Watts said that the show is under lock and key, so much so she had to go to co-creator David Lynch’s private home to read her scenes. And no one got the full script she said: "If there were five or six lines said before I started speaking, they were crossed out ― blacked out completely." The 18-episode series also features Laura Dern, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jim Belushi, Michael Cera, Amanda Seyfried, Tim Roth, Ashley Judd, Ernie Hudson and Kyle McLachlan. Twin Peaks: The Return picks up 25 years after the original series’ ending. NICOLE WILLIAMS MARRIES LARRY ENGLISH: WAGS LA star Nicole Williams married her fiancé Larry English at the Montage Laguna Beach on Friday, E! News reports. "We're both so full of love in this moment!" Nicole and Larry tell E! News. "It's been an amazing journey getting here and we couldn't be happier! We are so overjoyed and excited for the future!" Wilmer Valderrama, Brody Jenner, Karrueche Tran, Frankie Delgado and Reggie Bush were in attendance, and Christina Milan served as a bridesmaid.


Bill Pullman gave the commencement speech at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina, Saturday, where he recited his speech from Independence Day. He chose to speak at the college because his sons are alumni. "You will not go quietly into the night," the 63-year-old now-bearded star told the 140 students. "Because today is your graduation day!" The actor played President Whitmore in the cult 1996 alien action film and reprised his role in a 2016 sequel. In his speech, Pullman said he had been waiting a couple of decades to get the chance to recite his "Independence Day" line at a graduation ceremony. Pullman stayed after the commencement ceremony to take photos with students and their families.

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