Audacy's Denver-based classic rock station KQMT (99.5 FM, The Mountain) raised over $100,000 for Project Sanctuary during its recent Helping Heroes Heal radiothon. Since 2018, KQMT has raised a total of $250,000 for the organization.
JVC Broadcasting's country station WHWY (98.1 FM, Highway 98) has announced its 11th annual Bikes or Bust charity event, which will see morning host Bo Reynolds spending 98 hours suspended above a local landmark in Fort Walton.
Bonneville's Denver-based new country station KYGO (98.5 FM) is partnering with Walmart and Buehler Moving Companies for a week-long campaign to benefit a local food bank. The estation will conduct a live remote during the campaign.
The Forever Media Altoona cluster of stations in Altoona, Pennsylvania collected more than 3,800 thank you cards for local veterans as part of their "Operation Thank You 2022" initiative. Local volunteers helped collect the cards.
iHeartMedia's Boston-based news-talk station WRKO (680 AM) raised over $86,000 for the Disabled American Veterans organization during its seventh-annual DAV Radiothon. The campaign ran for two days and featured several WRKO on-air talent.
On-air personalities at Chicago's WTMX (101.9 FM, The Mix) partnered with the Real Men Wear Pink campaign to raise funds for the American Cancer Society in October. The effort coincided with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which ran throughout the month.
Beasley Media Group's WJBR (99.5 FM, Mix 99.5) will host the Turkeython 2022 at a local grocery store in the Wilmington market in late November. Station employees will collect turkeys, ham and gift cards at an ACME supermarket there.
Beasley Media Group says its classic rock station WMGK (102.9 FM) will host the John DeBella Turkey Drop on Tuesday, November 22 in front of the Kimmel Central Building in Philadelphia. The benefit is the largest single-day food collection event in the area.
Beasley Media Group says its southwest Florida radio stations will conduct interviews with military personnel as part of a broader awareness campaign for a veteran-focused local organization.
Community Broadcasters helped the Children's Miracle Network bring in $155,000 during their recent radiothon that aired across two stations.