Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by The Professor
It’s Christmas so you know it’s time for the annual Ultimate Christmas Show on WLOY! Join Nick Centanni for 3 hours on Christmas Eve and another 3 hours on Christmas Day. That’s 6 unique hours featuring the best Christmas music ever made! Nick will have Christmas jokes, facts, and minimal music repeats. And you never know who will be randomly stopping by to say hi to wish you a Merry Christmas! As usual the show is unscripted and unrehearsed so you never know what to expect next. So while you decorate, wrap gifts, drink eggnog, or just hang out by the fire make it a date and don’t be late to tune in on Christmas Eve and for a second special on Christmas Day! All right here to keep you company on WLOY!
Leitha J also prepared a couple of jazzy hours of Christmas music for your listening pleasure so tune in early Christmas Eve and Christmas Day!
Christmas Eve: Leitha J’s Christmas Special 8am-10am, Nick’s Ultimate Christmas Eve Special 10am-1pm (repeating 6pm-9pm)
Christmas Day: Leitha J’s Christmas Special 8am-10am, Nick’s Ultimate Christmas Day Special 10am-1pm (repeating 6pm-9pm)
Monday, November 29th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Every week Mobtown Couch highlights singer/songwriters specifically from the Baltimore area. This Thursday December 2 Karyn Oliver, the host of Mobtown Couch, will feature some special guests – Fred Gillen Jr. with Catherine Miles of The Ya Yas! An up-and-coming artist, Fred Gillen Jr. is part folk artist, part indie rocker and part poet. This show will highlight his new music with a few live performances so it is one that you do not want to miss!
Can’t get enough of Karyn Oliver? She will be featured at the Singer/Songwriters Coffeehouse on December 2 with Rob Lytle as well, so be sure to stop by that event! WLOY keeps you updated on local artists; you inevitably become a happier person.
Monday, November 22nd, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Recently I was able to get in touch with a recent Loyola graduate and WLOY alum, Rich Rodrigues, host of Rich on the Radio Program. Want see how the former Program Director/Music Director is faring in the harsh post-gradute world? Read on!
Friday, November 19th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Last week, I caught up with WLOY alum/current DJ, Nick Centanni, host of The Moldie Oldies, which plays every Wednesday from 10AM until noon. I tracked Nick down, asked him a couple of questions and got, well, some extremely elaborate answers. Read on to see how the class of 2010 graduate is doing while he sends us his show every week from the Nick-cave.
Thursday, November 18th, 2010 by The Professor
We’re celebrating 35 years of radio at Loyola this Saturday! It’s the exact day in 1975 when WVLC (The Voice of Loyola College) first signed on to broadcast in the cafeteria. It evolved into WLCR and ran until the mid 1990s before being wiped out in the renovation of the Student Center. In 2002 we restarted WLOY and in March of 2003 we went 24/7/365 and haven’t looked back. Now we are, along with lots of station alumni from the 70’s and 80’s. Listen in from 1-7pm on Saturday to check out all the DJs as they get back on the air again! We’ve got their original jingle and even their original vinyl!
Thursday, October 21st, 2010 by Tim Teeling
Marshal Yanda, the starting Right Guard for the Baltimore Ravens will be on the air tomorrow at 1PM for our Sports Block with Anthony and Co. Listen to find out more about the Raven himself, maybe if he is a light sleeper or a heavy one. We will be bringing you all the live updates to football, hockey, basketball, and every sport imaginable from 1-3PM! Listen and you will be happy!
Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 by The Professor
Both Feet In’s Premiere Live Radio Show!
Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010, 12-12:30pm
A live special edition of Both Feet In! Dr. Sylvia Park speaks with Monifa Wilson about her job working with homeless youth in Baltimore City. She shares what it’s like working as a Service Navigator for the City Steps program of AIRS (AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, www.airshome.org), how she chose to work with youth who are experiencing homelessness, and the insights she’s gained along the way. Prior to earning her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland, Ms. Wilson worked for 10 years in various positions such as a community organizer for a union, a case manager at a homeless day shelter in New York City, and working with foster care children. Join us, for our conversation where we will also take calls from you, our listeners. Callers please use 410-617-5346 in order to join the show.
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 by WLOY Staff
This is Isaac. He is our new Business man. He was supposed to go to Amsterdam this semester. We are so glad he stayed! His first idea to bring in revenue for WLOY is to have a WLOY Calendar. What do you think of these test shots? What would be a more applicable caption? Jerseylicious or The Situation? Comment below with your vote!
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Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Looking for a way to get involved in something awesome at Loyola? Interested in music? Always wanted to hear your voice on the airwaves? Well, here’s your chance! WLOY is looking for DJ’s to host their own shows in the fall! If you’re interested in becoming a part of the WLOY team, come to our open houses on September 7th – 9th at 7 – 9pm in Bellarmine Hall (by the new Iggy’s Market). Can’t make it to one of the open houses? You can also e-mail email@example.com with a short bio telling us how great you are, the type of music your show will highlight and a sample playlist for your show.
Friday, July 2nd, 2010 by The Professor
Join Nick Centanni on WLOY 12-2PM and 6-8PM for 2 separate beachfront broadcasts of the Moldy Oldie Show this July 4!
Nick will have a mix of upbeat summer songs, Independence Day facts, jokes, and of course periodic visits from campus royalty via the ‘gold campus royalty phone.’ Nick will be up to his usual tricks so you won’t know what to expect next.
There will also be a special Independence Day wishes from some familiar voices in the 8PM hour. This is high octane radio so make it a date and don’t be late! The fun begins July 4 at Noon all right here on WLOY 1620!
WARNING: This show should only be used under adult supervision. Keep out of reach of children. For outdoor use only. Do not hold in hand. Remember to place this show on the ground, light fuse and get away. Never attempt to relight this show should it malfunction or misfire. Keep others at a safe distance. This show is flammable, misuse may result in injury or fire.