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WPFS Proud Fighting Scots Radio Attn: Chris Goble Faculty Advisor Monmouth College 700 East Broadway Monmouth, IL 61462

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February 2016
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Launch Party

Launch Party

WPFS Launch Party This Friday 10/2

WPFS Launch Party This Friday 10/2


Regular Programming Starting Soon


The studio is almost ready and regular programming will be coming soon.  After a successful Prime Beef Festival, WPFS is poised to hit the community with a wide variety of student shows, music , information and entertainment.  Soon a daily schedule will be available for you and keep tuned in for a special announcement/event to come in the next few weeks.  We hope you are as excited by the new radio station as we are and that you tune into the new WPFS, Proud Fighting Scots Radio.

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WPFS is running a logo contest.  We have 3 logos in consideration.  Take a look and tell us what you think.

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It is Black History Month (February)!
Tonight we are signing, sealing, and delivering your favorite African American oldies with Ryan and Alexa - Oldies but Goodies Show @ 7-10pm
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9th Feb 1964, The Beatles made their US live debut on CBS-TV's 'The Ed Sullivan Show'; they performed five songs including their current No.1 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' watched by an estimated 73 million people. The show had received over 50,000 applications for the 728 seats in the TV studio. Try our Beatles quiz:

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9th Feb 1981, American singer Bill Haley was found dead, fully clothed on his bed at his home in Harlingen, Texas from a heart attack, Haley had sold over 60 million records during his career. Scored the 1955 UK & US No.1 single 'Rock Around the Clock' and became known as the first Rock 'n' Roll star. Haley was blinded in his left eye as a child due to a botched operation and later adopted his distinctive spit-curl hairstyle to distract attention from his blind eye. More here:

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