Weekday Mornings 6a - 9a Featuring Interviews With Niagara Newsmakers
Featured daily interviews with Niagara newsmakers on the "Niagara's Choice Voiceline" featuring John Maser, Eric Koch and Hank Nevins. "Wake Up Niagara" is heard weekday mornings 6a - 9a on Hometown 1340 AM & 105.3 FM WLVL.
It's the garage sale of the airwaves!
Call the show between 9:15 and 10am weekdays at 716-433-1433. Tradio callers can sell up to three (3) items for any price - there is no price limit to what you sell. You can call the show every weekday, but you can't call more than once per show. If you can't call in, send us a write-in: e-mail us at email@example.com; fax us at 433-6588; mail it to us at 320 Michigan Street, Lockport, N.Y. 14094; or, just drop off your write-in at the front desk during business hours, 9am-2pm weekdays. Same rules for callers apply to the write-ins. Disclamers: You cannot sell guns or any accessories, including ammunition and reloading equipment; and, you can't sell used bedding, such as mattresses, bedsheets, etc. If you're holding a garage sale, you must submit the information in writing--we do not take garage sales over the phone. Send us the dates, times, and exact location of your sale. Tradio is strictly for individuals who are selling items. It is not for businesses, big or small, full or part time. Businesses are welcome to purchase advertising on the Tradio show, but they cannot take advantage of Tradio free advertising!
“Ask the Pro” features local experts in various fields, industries, and services who let you in on their secrets, how to do’s, where to find what you need and how to make things work. Learn from the Pros! The show airs from 10:15am to 11am Monday through Friday. If you have a business or occupation you want people to know about let “Ask the Pro” introduce our audience to your products or services. Call our sales team today at (716) 433-5944. (Ask the Pro is a paid commercial program. The opinions expressed are those of the participating clients and/or guests and do not necessarily reflect the views of WLVL, its management, staff or advertisers.)