Local Media

The following are local media sources that sometimes feature local talent. Our performers and participants are encouraged to arrange promotions about their work and participation. We have visitors from the entire region so don’t hesitate to mention it in your own community or if you have roots to a nearby community. Check online for their stations and publications.

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Radio:

  • The Tony Rose Morning Show: Local DJ Tony Rose has guests related to community events and organizations as well as artists for live interviews (note this is a morning drive time show 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.). He has played songs as well as aired live acoustic in studio performances. Contact 846-0222, tonyroseshow@yahoo.com or on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/TonyRoseShow.
  • Chad Young of WKCT hosts a Drive Time talk show weekdays at 5:00 p.m. It often features interviews with community members and artists. Email: chad@93wkct.com or call 781-2121. Drive Time online: www.93wkct.com/page.php?page_id=88
  • WDNS: Both Tommy Starr and Rockin’ Ronda have been known to interview or play local and regional indie bands and artists on their morning or afternoon rock shows. Contact: 781-2121. Website: www.wdnsfm.com/shows.php
  • Revolution 91.7: The Western Kentucky University campus station has a variety of shows that feature student DJ’s and the music they prefer. It also includes a show called Local Shots which features interviews, on air performances and music from local and regional independent bands. View their website for any shows that might fit you as they can change each semester. On FB: www.facebook.com/revolution917 Website:www.revolution.fm. Email: pr@revoluntion.fm
  • The Local Show hosted by Bratcher, 103.7 The Point’s afternoon DJ, interviews and plays local artists on Sunday nights. Website: www.1037thepoint.net, FB:www.facebook.com/pages/1037-The-Point/264865131941?sk=info. Email: using contact form – www.1037thepoint.net/contactus.asp

TV:

Publications:

  • The Amplifier is a local arts & entertainment print & web publication. Print issues are monthly and require early contact, but online article postings are continuous and they sometimes post press releases from event promoters, music labels and organizations. Email: amplifier@bgdailynews.com Website: amplifier.bgdailynews.com FB:www.facebook.com/amplifierbg.
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